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Planning Asset Tracking in SAP EAM

Nov 11, 2016 at 08:43 AM

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Hi all,

I want to create a solution to track equipments in SAP.

I have certain containers which will be sent from one region to another, and I want to track the status of it. I also would like to perform preventive maintenance on them. Which is the best possible solution to do it?

I am thinking to create Equipment as PRT and proceed. Will this help me?

Thank you,

Sandeep

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Venkatesh Babu Nov 11, 2016 at 01:22 PM
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Hello Sandeep,

As per your commitment you are saying the containers you are sending from one region to another..

then how will you create the equipment / Functional location and assigned to maintenance plant..

if you don't have assigned equipment / Functional location and maintenance plant then how will you do the preventive maintenance

so please clarify the above concerns

Regards,

Venkatesh..

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Maria Terence Nov 13, 2016 at 06:02 AM
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Hi Sandeep,

Refer below thread

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Regards

Terence

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Peter Atkin Nov 15, 2016 at 07:29 AM
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Terence,

Why did you suggest using PRT equipment??

We did a similar project years ago for a container company and the design was to use serialised equipmentfor each container to allow tracking of the unit through the PM and MM processes.

We then used various user-statuses on the equipment to store the current state.

The equipment were never installed in a functional location and we used the fields in the equipment master to record the current location (plant)

PeteA

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Hi Pete,

Sandeep raised this question. I guess you thought i have raised this thread :)

The thread i suggested has the similar understanding as you have explained.

Regards

Terence

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Ooops..

Sorry Terence - still getting used to this new format!!!

PeteA

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