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Concept of CBP

Dear Support,

Please provide conceptual document for consumption based planning , there is requirement to implement the CBP

in orgnization.

So pls help me to understanding the concept of CBP.

Thanks

MK

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 04:06 AM

    Hi MK

    Consumption based planning is the MRP procedure used to determine the Future requirements based on the consumption.

    Within CBP you have Reorder point Planning, Forecast Phased Planning as well as Time phased planning.

    Prerequisite for CBP

    1) IMG>MM>CBP>Planning>Activate MRP for Plant level

    2) IMG>MM>CBP>Plant Parameter> Maintain plant parameters

    3) MMR must be extended to MRP12 views in case of procurement.

    4) In MMR RMP view do not use MRP type as ND- No planning

    Once you set up above prerequisites you can run the MRP at different levels.

    MD03 - Single Item /Single level

    MDBT - Total planning

    Result of the Planning can be seen by

    MD04 - Stock Requirement list - Dynamic

    MD05 - MRP List - Static

    When you run the MRP the system will look for the Planning File entry ( MD21) if the entry is there due to the demand or Goods movements then the system will look for the

    1) Whether to order based on the MRP Procedure maintained in the MMR ( Reorder point, Forecast or Time phased)

    2) How much to order based on the Lot size mentioned

    3) When to order based on ( Purch processing time- FC, Planned delivery time-NC & GR Processing time-FC)

    4) How to order based on the Procurement type ( Internal or External)

    Last step system will generate the Procurement proposal or Planned order based on the Procurement type maintained in MMR.

    Note: FC - Factory calendar NC- Normal calendar.

    Hope it helps.

    Thanks /Karthik

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 03:34 AM
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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 03:54 AM

    Mukesh,

    Also check the below thread:

    mrpconsumption-based

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