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What is difference between planned order & process order?

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    Posted on May 28, 2008 at 12:51 PM

    If stock is needed then a planned order is created. A planned order consists of a suggested order quantity, a start date and a finish date.In order to replenish stock, we must convert the planned order to a production/process order (if it is for a manufactured item), or to a purchase requisition (if it is for a purchased item).When the planned order is converted to a production/process order, the dependent requirements for its components become reservations.

    - Planned orders for repetitive mfg

    - Production orders for discrete mfg

    - Process orders for process mfg

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    Posted on May 28, 2008 at 11:27 AM

    Planned order:

    A request created in the planning run for a plant to trigger the procurement of a plant material for a certain quantity for a specific date. This is the stage where you can check the planning and production dates.

    Process order:

    Manufacturing order used in process industries. This is the last stage of planning where we can execute the production only.

    Regards

    Tajuddin

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    Posted on May 28, 2008 at 12:00 PM

    Hi,

    Planned Order:

    It is an order proposal, created during materials planning and is used within the company for planning production and procurement. The planned order is used for covering requirements and can be changed at any time.

    For materials produced in-house, it represents the pegged requirement for dependent requirements and can be used in the capacity calculation.

    For materials produced in-house, it specifies the basic dates for production.

    Process Order:

    Process Orders are used in Process Industries. You use a process order to plan the quantities, dates, and resources of the manufacturing process, to control process order execution, and to define rules for the account assignment and settlement of the costs incurred.

    In PP-PI, process orders perform the same function as production orders in PP.

    Thanks,

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