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Exclude Storage Location from MRP, still consume raw materials in MFBF from the storage location

Dear Experts,

We have 2 Storage Locations REC1 and PRD1, currently MRP is running considering stock in both the storage locations.

The Logistics requirement is:

1. PRD1 storage location is to be excluded from MRP and stock from PRD1 Storage location should not be considered when running the MRP.

2. Consumption of the stock should only happen from PRD1 storage location (backflush should happen in PRD1 Sloc.)

For example:

Total Stock Plant: 1000 pcs

PRD1: 300 pcs

REC1:700 pcs

When we run MRP the planning has to be carried only considering 700 pcs in stock and schedule lines should be generated in Vendor SA.

When declaring production(MFBF) the stock should be consumed out of 300 pcs.

Is there any possibility to avoid the stock only (But need to consider demand / requirements) at PRD1 storage location while performing MRP at plant level?

Basic settings like OMIR, Prod vers etc. are already done.

Thanks for ur assistance.

Best Regards,


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  • Posted on May 22, 2013 at 12:56 PM


    Even though you exclude PRD1 from MRP system will not stop you to do the backflush from that location. Maintain the production storage location in the MRP2 view of material master as PRD1 for components so that system will only consider stock of PRD1 by default while doing backflush..

    Let me know if it is not clear or if this is not your requirement.


    Krishna Chandra

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