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Strategy 10 & 30

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What is the basic difference between strategy10 and strategy30?

What is the basic difference between strategy10 and strategy40?

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    Posted on Apr 26, 2007 at 02:32 PM

    Hello,

    In Planning strategy 10...sales order are no relevent for MRP (only for information purpose)...Production will initaite from PIRs in the demand management...Net requirements are carried out with existing stock with PIRs demand. PIRs demand will reduce when the stock is delivered to warehouse. Sales order will reduce when stock is deleivered to sales order.

    In Planning Strategy 30 (MTS). Its is combination of MTS and MTO and you can initiate the production with PIR and also sales order will be relevent for MRP. Both stocks will be managed individualluy and delivered to warehouse stock. Sales order will reduce once the stock is delivered to sales order and PIRs will reeduce when stock is delivered to warehouse.

    Planning strategy 40: Production will initaite with PIRs in demand management. sales order also relevent for MRP...Incoming sales order consumes PIRs depending on the concumption period mantained in MRp3 view. PIRS will reduce when stock delivere dto warehouse and sales order when stock is delivered to sales order from warehouse. Mostly used in industries.

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    TAJUDDIN

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    Posted on Apr 26, 2007 at 06:10 AM

    Hi

    Make-to-stock strategies generally consist:

    NO PIR creation in strat 30 and PIR Planned independent requirement is there for strat 10

    No procurement before sales in 30

    In strat 40 :Planning with Final Assembly

    Planned independent requirements are consumed by incoming sales orders so that the master plan is always adjusted to suit the current requirements situation. This means that the important feature of this planning strategy is that you can react quickly to customers’ requirements. The smoothing of the master plan is less important.

    in strat 10 :

    This planning strategy is particularly useful in mass production environments; it is often combined with repetitive manufacturing. You should choose this strategy if you want production to be determined by a production plan (Demand Management) and if you do not want sales orders to influence production directly. One of the most important features of this planning strategy is that it enables you to smooth the demand program.

    hope ths helps

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    Posted on Apr 26, 2007 at 09:05 AM

    Hi MNSR

    Planning 10 and 40 both are make to stock production only

    In 10 and 40 the planned ind requirement is given in MD61. But in 10 the PIR will not be consumed by sales order.

    In 40 the PIR will be consumed if any sales order is created. So the customer requirements are fulfilled immediately.

    I am giving below the details on 30 taken from SAP help

    For a detailed example of the entire process, see Sample Scenario: Strategy 30.

    Procurement is based on sales orders only. No planning for the finished product is involved. This means that you usually have to know the sales order situation in advance (which is why this strategy is sometimes combined with scheduling agreements) regarding replenishment lead times of the components and the production time. Alternatively, you can procure the necessary components by means of the following:

    · Individual planning of the components, for example using strategy 70. For more information, see Planning at Assembly Level (70).

    · Kanban components

    · Consumption-based components

    It is not possible to make use of information from other SAP planning tools here, such as forecasting, Sales Information System, SOP.

    An accurate availability check is performed according to ATP logic during sales order processing.

    Depending on the dates, several sales orders can be grouped together to be produced collectively in one single lot, using lot size optimization and/or rounding mechanisms. The lot size in this procedure depends on various aspects of production, such as pallet size or production optimization.

    Stock left over from previous procurement can be used for any other sales order. This is particularly useful for companies that mainly produce goods for major customers, but who also require the option of selling smaller requirements from stock.

    Planned independent requirements are not consumed by sales and stock orders. However the delivery 'consumes' the schedule lines or sales order items, because it updates them accordingly. If an issue is made for a particular sales order, the system reduces the sales order quantity. Stock orders are reduced when the goods are sold from stock.

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    Ranga

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