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small / large pick and partial pallets being picked

Hi,

I have set up large small pick picking strategy where I am picking from my bulk area based on shelf life expiry date. What I am finding is that if there are broken pallets in the system, these are being selected before full pallets (with the same shelf life expiry date), So in some instances, instead of getting 1 full pallet of 3000 EA, I will get three partial pallets each with 1000 EA.

Is there a way that I can prevent this from happening?

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2015 at 04:16 PM

    Yes, there is a way to prevent that.Few questions to help us guide you:

    1. Is user exit active for the source storage type and if so what customization was done?

    2. Do you maintain the "LE" qty in the WM2 material master data view for your materials?

    3. Is the system currently picking the source bin based on lowest numeric bin (after finding correct batch based on SLED)?

    4. What stock removal strategy do you have maintained in the source storage type(s)?

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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2015 at 04:33 PM

    Are you certain that your issue is really related to large/small quantities and not just to the shelf life which is might me older for those 3 partial quantities than for the full pallet?

    What is your control quantity in your material master?

    where are those 3 partial quantities? in the storage type for large quantities or for small quantities?

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