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Criterion for creating a Warehouse number

My clients business requirement is to create around 10 warehouses into one plant within one area. Does it feasible in SAP WM.

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    Feb 08, 2017 at 06:35 PM

    A better approach is to create 10 locations and assign them 1 Warehouse number. This means all these storage locations will be subject to WM rules of Transfer orders etc.. Usually clients speak in the business language and may be looking to handle 10 locations within a plant and requiring warehousing functionalities. Does this help clarify your question?

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  • Feb 08, 2017 at 06:43 PM

    Can you share what business requirement is driving the 10 warehouse? Like Rammohan Shenoy says, multiple SLOCs may be a solution, but you could also just use storage types or sections or bin types, etc to drive material to one part of the warehouse. Each one of these has its own benefits and drawbacks and without more information all the rest of us can do is guess at what the best solution would be.

    PS - Instead Extended Warehouse Management, use the tag LE (Logistics Execution) you might get more answers.

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