Top 10 Warehouse Resume Achievements and Accomplishments

Updated October 21, 2021
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The accomplishments section on a warehouse resume tells the hiring manager that you were skilled and experienced enough to have accomplished something big professionally.

And this is exactly the kind of information that an employer looks for.

When you write a resume for a warehouse job, make sure that you include at least 3 (4 is better) accomplishments statements in it.

Let us come to the part where we discuss how accomplishment statements need to be written.

Many of us are unaware of our achievements in the workplace, making it difficult to appear as a credit to a company.

But being unaware does not mean that we have not accomplished much.

If you look back, you will see that you have been successful in handling many problems and issues at your workplace, which other workers were probably not able to do.

Put them all in your resume under a dedicated section for accomplishments.

And you may use the lingo of the following statements:

Sample Achievements to Include in a Warehouse Resume

  1. Reorganized the warehouse inventory system, making the process 50% less cumbersome to handle than before.
  2. Implemented advanced quality control procedures, resulting in a 77% decrease in product returns and complaints.
  3. Introduced a new space-saving technique, which eliminated the requirements of acquiring more space for new products.
  4. Trained 52 warehouse workers over a period of 15 months, now deployed at 3 different warehouses within the state.
  5. Devised a foolproof method of automatically creating shipment paperwork, by connecting the database to the order picking system.
  6. Successfully filled an order worth $58900 in one day, without a single quality or service-related complaint from the customer.
  7. Saved the company $8000 yearly, by suggesting that they switch to a less expensive parts vendor, without compromising on product quality.
  8. Developed a dynamic labeling system, which decreased time in writing labels by hand by a staggering 80%.
  9. Trained warehouse staff in the effective handling of materials and integrating best practices, significantly reducing accidents.
  10. Suggested the implementation of a safe material removal system (for hazardous materials), resulting in increased warehouse personnel security.