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Pull List and Pick List

Hi All,

Can anyone please tell me the exact Difference between Pull list and Pick list with an appropriate example.

If possible covering a business secnario of Discrete and REM industry.

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-Rohit

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2009 at 09:46 AM

    hi Rohit,

    Pull List =>

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/8a/a5a8d04adc11d189740000e8322d00/frameset.htm

    T code MF60

    Pick List =>

    Materials can be placed in a reservation stock type. It is a placeholder to keep

    stock before it is physically transferred to a new storage location.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_sbo2005asp1/helpdata/en/6b/7f1b56e24e428ba65cb02e8f50b6ea/frameset.htm

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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2009 at 07:13 AM

    Dear Rohit,

    CO27 - Pick List is used for Collective Good's Issue for a number production orders in plant or for a specific Order Type.

    In my understanding it is generally used in Discrete scenario.

    MF60 - Pull List is used in REM - Repetetitive manufacturing.

    After MRP run,we get RS type Planned orders and for this planned orders,material are transferred from Main storage

    location to Production storage location.So reservations are created and issued using MF65 for that reservation number.

    So in MF65 part from this way of doing we can also use Entry with BOM explosion.So for the syetm checks the BOM

    components and its required quantity.It checks the status of the components availablity in Production storage location and

    calculates the missing parts and reservations are made for the missing parts.

    Or the same can be used for creqating a stock transfer reservation for a production/process order,

    MF60 can be used both in REM and Discrete scenario's.

    Regards

    Mangalraj.S

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2009 at 08:27 AM

    Hi Rohit,

    Pull List

    T.Code - MF60

    Purpose

    The pull list controls the in-house flow of material for supplying production with materials. The system assumes that the components required for production have already been produced in-house or procured externally and are now available to be transferred from main stores to the production storage location.

    The pull list checks the stock situation at the production storage location and calculates the quantities of missing parts. Replenishment elements are created for these missing parts. Components are staged using stock transfer reservations.

    Integration

    The pull list is an integral part of repetitive manufacturing and shop floor control.

    The basis of replenishment planning is MRP - the component requirements are calculated in the MRP run. The system takes requirements from run schedule quantities and manual reservations into account.

    Prerequisites

    The pull list is to be used in the scenario, where components are stored in Central stores & are then transferred to shop storage location for production. If the components are stored & consumed from same shop storage location only, then pull list is not applicable.

    Constraints

    It is not the primary task of the pull list to determine the location of the required components.

    The pull list is primarily responsible for planning material staging (calculating missing parts and initiating replenishment) by creating stock transfer reservations in the form of replenishment elements. The actual staging is carried out by Central stores person.

    Pick List u2013

    CO27 - Pick List is used for Collective Good's Issue for a number production orders in plant or for a specific Order Type.

    Hope it is clear.

    Srini

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