An automated warehouse system has two main components: an automated storage and retrieval subsystem consisting of a number of aisles, each one served by a crane, and a picking area which is formed by bays where stock units coming from the aisles are partially emptied by human operators. These two components are connected via an interface area consisting of carousels, conveyors and buffers. This area is usually modeled as a discrete event system, while the overall system performance depends also on continuous time phenomena. In Part I, a hybrid modeling approach based on a new Petri net formalism and a freeware simulation tool have been presented. The concepts of Hybrid Petri Nets and Colored Petri Nets are merged to obtain modular and compact models for automated warehouse systems. Part II now focuses on the application of this formalism to automated warehouse systems analysis and performance evaluation. Liveness analysis is performed by means of a hybrid automaton obtained from the net model. A deadlock prevention policy is synthesized working on an aggregated model. Finally, a real case study is considered to show the effectiveness of the approach.