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Hi all,

My requirement is to get planned order generated for the deficient materials in a sales order in mts scenario (ie If i get a sales order for 100kg and i have stock of 20kg how can i get planned order generated for the rest 80kg).

I have used the strategy 52 (main strategy 52 + strategy 10 make to stock production)...Do i hav to change the strategy to get planned order generated for the balance production stock....If yes wat strategy to be used

Regards,

Joseph.

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2010 at 05:27 PM

    Hi

    If it is MTS ( Make to Stock) Scenario, its better to go for Strategy 40

    If it is MTO ( Make to Order) Scenario, its better to go for Strategy 50

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    In case of Strategy 50 :

    Even though you have Planned Orders created based on Independent requirement, those Planned Orders are of type VP ( which can't be converted to production Order, till the receipt of the Sales Order)

    The converted Planned Order quantity will be equal to that of Incoming sales Order quantity

    In this Strategy, your production will get triggered, only based on the incoming sales Orders ,

    even though you have maintained the stock of dependent material

    Advantages of this Strategy : No Inventory Build Up & Reduce the storage Cost & Inventory Cost

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    In case of Strategy 40:

    You will Planed Orders based on the Independent requirements

    All these planned Orders can be converted into Production Orders

    In this Strategy, your production will get triggered, before the receipt of the Sales Orders.

    If the sales Order quantity is more than the Independent requirements, additional Planned orders equal to the short quantity will be generated & then converted into Production

    Take care of the proper settings for Consumption Mode & Comsumption Periods in MRP3

    Advantages of this Strategy : Quick response to the Customer requirements

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    For any other related info, Plz revert

    Regards

    BRSR

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      Hello Joseph ,

      Please award marks for the right solution first . Then proceed for the next question .

      I hope as far as Strategy is concerned it is answered.

      For your qustion , You dont want to get Planned order for HALB then assign Special procurement Key 50 in MRP 2 view for

      Phantom assembly if the iems are not kept in stock and the same is consumed with Final assembly and you can give strategy

      10 for Semi finished .

      Jaya Vimal

      Edited by: jaya vimal on Sep 7, 2010 3:17 PM

      Edited by: jaya vimal on Sep 7, 2010 3:19 PM

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2010 at 12:37 PM

    Hi,

    Try strategy planning 40. I think it suits to your requirement

    Regards,

    Arman

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2010 at 12:53 PM

    Hello Joseph,

    You need to change the Startegy Group to 50with planning w/o final assembly radio button & W/o MTO , please dont select

    any other Strategy ( 10 ) for this Straegy Group 50 ,

    Strategy Group 50 is planning w/o final assembly w/o Make to stock . You will get Planned order of type VP / KE and Sale order

    only trigger production and consume PIR , after the delivery reduction of PIR happen .

    Check OMP0 config for option 3 to consume Sale order , Dependents

    come back if you have any issues

    Jaya Vimal

    Edited by: jaya vimal on Sep 4, 2010 8:20 AM

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2010 at 01:01 PM

    Hello Joseph ,

    Check for the requirement type VSE and reqt class 103 also check SD 's config for requirement type KSVS and Class 049

    Reqmts type for indep.reqmts VSE Planning w/o final assembly

    Reqmts class 103 Plnng w/o assembly

    Consumption 2 Consume planning w/o assembly

    Planning Ind. 3 Single-item planning

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    SD config

    Reqmt type of customer reqmt KSVS Stock with cons.w/o final ass.

    Requirements class 049 Stk w.cons.w/o F.Ass

    Allocation indicat. 2 Consume planning w/o assembly

    No MRP Requirement planned

    Acct Assgt Cat.

    Settlement profile

    Results analysis key

    Assembly type 0 No assembly order processing Online assembly

    Order Type Capacity Check

    Regards,

    jayaVimal

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2010 at 11:19 PM

    Joseph,

    You do not need any planning strategy if you are Made to stock. Depending on sale order qty & available stock MRP generates balance requiremnt as astandard feature.

    However if you want to plan in Demand Management MD61/MD62 ( ie Planned indpt reqt -PIR) then use use PS =40.

    PS =10 is only used when you want constant demand based on PIR only. It ignores incomming sale order requirement and plans for what you entered in MD61/MD62.

    PS =52 is used when you want planning to occur for all bom components & subassemblies. But finished product planned order cannot be converted to production order till you actually create a sale order is system.

    Hope this clarfies all your doubts.

    Thanks,

    Ram

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