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PACKING AND HANDLING UNIT MANAGEMENT

HELLO GURUS,

Please help me out in handling a project consisting of Packing and HU. I want to know how it can be done in dairy products. Here in dairy, we will have two kinds of packing. One is milk into Plastic packet and the other one is packets into crates. If you give detailed customization part along with the sequence of the steps, it would be of great help. Your fast reply in this regard is highly appreciated.

Ravindra

SAP SD consultant

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2008 at 09:49 AM

    To define Packing you should follow the below mentioned SAP Menu path.

    1. Define Number Ranges for Handling Units by going to IMG-->Logistics Execution >Shipping >Packing-->Define Number Ranges for Handling Units

    2. Packing Control by Item Category

    3. Define Packaging material Types

    4. Define Material Group for Packaging Materials

    5. Define Allowed Packaging Materials

    6. Define Packing Instructions

    Transaction code POP1

    SAP Menu R/3 Easy Access >Logistics >Central Functions >Handling Unit Management >Master Data >Packing Instructions >Create

    7. Define Packing Instructions Determination Records

    Check with Material master data if the error comes. maintain material group pack matl.

    regards

    SB

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