In this Project we try to design and develop a graphic interface in Java language in order to be able to control an Automatic Distribution Centre in an easy and visual way, and to measure the impact the introduction of an object ID system has on it. We also try to design and add a Storage Management System, using that interface as a way to control the whole system. In order to manage that control, we had done some research about the Automatic Distribution Centres, with the idea of being able to observe what could be improved to make these centres more efficient. One of the possible improvements would be the labelling of the products by RFID tags, a technology that, presumably, will take over the traditional bar codes. Therefore we include a series of propositions of distribution in the storehouse in order to do the picking, or mixture of products, as fast as possible. To make all these tasks possible, since we do not have access to a real distribution centre, we have designed a similar storehouse to the one that J. García Carrión owns in the city of Daimiel with the program Grasp 10 and controlled by the interface developed in Java language. We have done a series of virtual simulations of warehouse with the Arena9.0 program and they show what would be the best way of distribution to do all the process of storage and the acquisition of the products from that very centre of distribution.