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STO Reservation consumes the PIR or NOT

Hi,

One HALB material has a PIR of 10 qty in PLANT B and also

receives the STOC of 5 QTY from Plant A.

IF I run the MRP for PLANT B, i'm getting planned order for 15 Qty.

But my aim is Stoc . trasport order should consumes the PIR and It should throw the Planned order for 5 qty.

This is possible or not.

Please guide me.

Regards

Chandru

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    Posted on Mar 25, 2008 at 05:55 AM

    Hi,

    But my aim is Stoc . trasport order should consumes the PIR and It should throw the Planned order for 5 qty.

    It depends on strategy what you have used in the HALB of plant B.

    During MRP run system will do net requirement calculation.ie,

    Plant stock + firmed receipts - safety stock - requirement qty = Available stock.

    If it is negative system create procurement proposal.

    For yours 0 + 5 - 10 = -5

    So system should create planned order for 5 no's.

    But you are getting 15 no's, so check in lot size & safety stock. Remove MRP group in material master.

    Regards,

    Dharma

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      Hi,

      I have not maintained MRP group , safety stock and the lot

      size is ex .

      Strategy 40 maintained in production plant.

      As per your formula, the firmed receipts and planned will be considered while running the MRP.

      So its adding , (Planned order and Stoc) qty along with PIR of PLANT B.

      I don't think it will consumes the PIR of plant B.

      Please confirm.

      Regards

      Chandru

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