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kanban storage location

hi all,

i have the scenario

for one R raw-material i have maintained the stock for the st.location in 0001. and in the production st location pl01

i included the 0001 str.location in the MRP. and exclude the prod. st.location pl01from mrp .i use this st.location for kanban replenishment.

i have to produce the finish product X which have R raw material as one of the component.

if i run the mrp for the production it will create the purchase requ (depnt reqmt ) for the raw material R from mrp list.

while in the production for the product, while production ,it create the reqmt for the same raw material inturn produce the purchase order in the kanban

so it will totally create the double the reqmt of the raw material R .

how to solve this issue

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 12:40 PM


    This will happen obviously.

    Here you need to do is you need to decide whether you want plan Raw material with MRP or Kanban.

    If you want MRP also for the same then you include both storage location in MRP else you exclude both the storage location and plan with only Kanban Purchase Orders only.

    Try any one of the above options which suits your need.

    Hope this helps resolve your problem.

    Feel free to revert if any doubt.

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    • Former Member

      hi Tejas

      i try to learn . while see the 1200 plant in the ideas. for the same raw material .they maintained in the two st.location .and one is mrp related and another prod st.location is kanban.

      my doubt is if we run the will give the reqmt for the raw material. regardless of the st.location

      one more time it will create the remqt for the material if i use the kanban .

      i need to use the kanban for this raw material

      how system react with this case.pls tell me

      Edited by: raj on Dec 19, 2008 7:06 AM

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