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Warehouse Setup

Dear All,

Can anyone help in maping following scenarioo for warehouse.

Our client maintains inventory in follwing manner:

There is only 1 Main warehouse for eg WH01.

This warehouse is divided in to different segments like Shelf and Blocks. The structure is as follows:

Warehouse--


Shelf
Block

Level
-----Final Destination of Material

WH01--


S1
A

1
--


WH01-S1-A1

WH01--


S1
A

2
--


WH01-S1-A2

WH01--


S1
A

3
--


WH01-S1-A3

WH01--


S1
A

4
--


WH01-S1-A4

Like wise total is as follows:

No of Shelf: 6 ( S1 to S6)

No of BLocks: 13 ( A to M)

No of Levels: 4 (Leval 1 to Level 4).

This will be general scenarion for companies which stores material in such manner.

Any solutions for the same will be highly appreciated.

S.R.P.

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2009 at 05:44 AM

    Hi!

    It is possible.

    1. Add 4 UDF's for Shelf,Block,Level,Final Destination of Material in Warehouse Master

    2. Give unique Warehouse Code to Identity like WH01-S1-A1

    3. Select the Code in Marketing Documents.

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      Hi

      Even though some of the solution expert has suggested will work ,but I would suggest not to go with 450 warehouse method .

      You can simplify your process by some addon . Please do reserach some addon that captures your requirement.

      Hope this helps

      Bishal

  • Posted on Sep 18, 2009 at 08:57 PM

    Sounds to me like you need a bin management system that keeps track of inventory by bin location and warehouse

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