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Co-products To Co-products

Hi All,

I have a typical scenario in which for example raw material RM1 is converted to 2 co-products SFG1 and SFG 2, which further processed to produce 2 FG say FG1 and FG2.

In this scenario i have check marked co-product for SFG1, SFG2, FG1 and FG2.

where i maintained joint production in mrp2 for SFG1 and FG1. the main problem is i have created a BOM for SFG1 with all the 3 raw material and -ve quantity of SFG2, also maintained co-product option in BOM. now when creating BOM for FG say FG1 and maintained -ve value for FG2, here shall i need to maintain both SFG in this BOM or only SFG1.

For example iron ore(raw material) is converted to 2 types of SFG say f.iron and l.iron which are further processed to produce 2 FG (sponge iron fines and sponge iron lumps)

Please help me out with the above example, i need to know about the BOM creation for SFG and FG, ROUTING and results of MRP run.

Regards

Vamsi

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2013 at 01:32 PM

    HI

    For producing FG1 you need both SFG1 and SFG2, then you need to maintain both in BOM of FG1 as input material .As far as joint production of both SFG1 and SFG2 , their inventory will be updated when you do GR form Production order but for producing FG1 you need both Sfgs as input which results in producing differnet FG1 and FG2 as co products.

    Check and revert.

    Regards,

    Anupam Sharma

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