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Stock placement strategy P

Dear all,

could you please explain how works "stock placement strategy P" in SAP WM ?

I seems interesting to manage bin for paper reels. Every bin can contain up to 40 reels; it is possible to stack the reels.

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Flavia Borselli

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 03:00 PM

    Hi,

    Stock Placement Strategy P: Storage Unit

    Using this putaway strategy, the system processes different storage unit types (for example, pallets) and allocates them to the appropriate section. Often, one storage bin is divided into several smaller sections. Typically, only the same storage unit types can be placed into a storage bin at one time.

    High rack storage is frequently designed so that a storage bin can accommodate several different storage unit types.

    For this strategy, you define the maximum number of quants for each combination of storage bin type and storage unit type. The first time goods are transferred into the storage bin, the system determines what type of bin sectioning is assigned to the storage bin. The system also determines which and how many storage units can be transferred into the storage bins.

    Prase

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2008 at 11:18 AM

    Dear Friend,

    U have idea about other Putaway Strategy,if u have idea the same way the Pallet Strategy also acting..Only difference is we have an option of creatingStorage Bin Section too....

    From Sas...

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