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stock transfer between storage locations

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What is the basic purpose of having stock transfer between storage locations settings?

In which scenario this settings to be made?Please advise with some good scenarios.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Mar 24, 2008 at 03:52 AM

    Some times Plants has also divisions located nearby or different geographic location , each division manufactures different products and they have their own stores attached to, some time each division stores common material like steel ,welding rods, oil and lubricants, machniery and tools etc, in this is scenario one need to transfer from one store to another store within the plant.

    hope u understand

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    • Former Member PV S

      HI Ps

      Pland and SL and entirely different entites , one can not substitue other , as some our friends discussed with you , one can not create Plant instead of S location,

      Plant is a Manfacturing facility where , raw materials are converted into finished product.

      this raw materials are recived , stored and issued to production dept for manufacturing by different Stores , generally these stores are located nearby plant it self , however in some exceptional circumsteances u need to locate ur stores far away from ur plant also. we take one scenarios ,

      let us think that your raw mateirls are supplied by foreign Vendor , located in other country those raw materials are scared, difficult to procure ,u may not get easily , in this situatioan companies locate their representative in that country and maintain one stores there, in this scenario u can not replace store with plant. like this some times u need to have stores located faraway from your plant.

      I think u understand the importance of Plant and SL , it is not possible to locate instead of SL a Plant.

      Regards

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