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Picking & Removal from Diff Storage types with Diff pack sizes

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I have a business requirement like this. Few products are to be stored in two different Storage types.In Storage Type A with retail/Small packing for Sales orders and in Storage type B with Bulk packing for STOs .This product will be received from Production with packing. I have to do the putaway in to these storage types.I have to do stock removal also as per the above scenarios.

Is there any way I can do the putaway as per the packing size? And the removal as per the packing size/Qty/or the document type /TO Split.

Some times the sales order qty is more than bulk pack size.Basic scenario is this. Inform if you need any other details.

Thanks in advance.


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    Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 12:02 PM


    Have you tried maintaining different LE qty's on the WM2 tab and assigning a different SUT for both Retail and Bulk. You could then set up a storage bin search assigning the different SUT's to different bin types in storage type A and B for placement.

    For picking, you could apply strategy M Large Small in stype A and maintain the Control qty (also on the WM2 tab) as that of the retail qty. Any requirement lass than or equal to the control qty will the be picked from Stype A and larger qty's from stype B.

    Hope this helps


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  • Posted on Jul 23, 2016 at 09:29 PM

    The standard putaway and removal strategies will not allow this. You will have to create a user exit and assign to the storage types.

    Hope this helps.

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