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Storage bin AUFNAHME, SCHROTT and TR-ZONE

Dear all,

is there any somebody can explain Storage bin AUFNAHME, SCHROTT and TR-ZONE ?

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2007 at 06:50 AM

    Hi Arif,

    These are storage bins created in interim storage areas. E.g. when goods enter a warehouse, usually they are not directly sent to the final storage bins, since they need to be unpacked, checked etc. So they are temporarily stored on some table e.g. for unpacking etc. Once everything is done, the material is moved to the final storage bins in the shelves etc.

    The bins you have mentioned are these temporary bins. For every different process (goods receipt from sales, GR from prod, goods issue to customer etc), the is a different bin (in standard SAP).

    Hope this explains.

    Regards

    Nikhilesh

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2007 at 06:19 AM

    Hi,

    Storage bin is part of Warehouse management:

    TR-Zone: Transportation Zone, which we use to give at customer master data. Transportation zone is created under IMG, Logistics execution, shipment.

    Hope u got the answer, if yes reward or reply.

    Prasanna R

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