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Inter Plant Planning

HI All,

I have got 3 Plants PL01, PL02, PL03 where material is undergoing some operation in pl01 and then it is passed to PL02 for another operation and then is passed to PL03 for final operation.

How can I do interplant planning and do capacity levelling

Regards

Amit

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  • Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 08:28 AM

    Dear Amit ,

    Can you let us know your plant structure ??

    PL01-Is this a Planning Plant ? You have mentioned you metrial undergoes operation here .It seems you generated requirement and get production order for manufacturing .

    PL02/PL03 -Is this a manufactruing plant ??

    When you will do subcontracting to other plant ( as supplier or vendor to mother plant ) , it will be of item categoery L where as if you think that you need to transfer the compenenets to carry on the operation in another plant , you will use item categoery as U for stock transfer for the same componenets.

    Regards

    JH

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  • Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 07:56 AM

    Dear ,

    From sub-contracting point of view , I have following views which may help you to decide :

    1.In SAP standrad inter-plant sub contracting is not possible between plants because subcontracting plant cannot take the stock which you post into subcontract stock of mother plant to consume it to the production order for Finished good .

    2.You can check with Production in Alternative Plant Scinario in this case .

    Check this and come back

    Regards

    JH

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  • Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 08:12 AM

    Check the wiki, IF you have any doubt come back

    http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/SI/CROSSPLANTPLANNING

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