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I am trying to build a structure for the warehouse. We are a service company with one location. However, within this one location we have 2 different separate warehouses in the same location. Where it gets complicated is that we provide daily services at 38 customer locations and have storage in each one. Now the inventory is ours used to serve the client. Monthly we send a bus with material to refill the missing requirements for the inventory at each location.
1) Should I treat the customer location as a delivery order or an internal move? So this means I will create a separate customer for each or an internal warehouse structure for each.
2) For our two warehouses in the company, should I treat it as 2 warehouses or 1 warehouse with 2 locations?
3) Should I treat the bus delivering the inventory as it's own on the warehouse structure?
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