Continuing with the topic of losses, it would be difficult to avoid the warehouse question. And immediately I have to make a remark. In logistics theory, a warehouse is evil. Every time the cargo stops moving, additional costs arise. In addition to the obvious price of loading-unloading and storage, hidden ones immediately appear: damage, theft, spoilage due to the wrong regime, violation of the expiration date, inventory errors, increase of lead-time and, of course, complication of administration. This is rarely considered in financial calculations. However, is the warehouse so bad?