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SNP Horizon & PPDS Horizon

Hi,

In RRP3 I can see  03/01/2013   as SNP Horizon  and   12/01/2013  as PPDS Horizon.

Does this means that From Today's date till 03/01/2013  it is SNP Horizon  and

from Today's date till 12/01/2013 it is PPDS Horizon?

What about after 12/01/2013  ?

UKumar

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    Jan 02, 2013 at 01:51 PM

    Dear Kumar

    Your question in 'quotes' and respective answers:

    "If you see in In RRP3 ,03/01/2013   as SNP Horizon" :

    =>SNP Plan 'after this date'

    " and you see  12/01/2013  as PPDS Horizon.":

    => PPDS plans 'within this date'

    "Does this means that From Today's date till 03/01/2013  it is SNP Horizon "

    No,SNP horizon starts after this=>....SNP plans after this date

    and

    "from Today's date till 12/01/2013 it is PPDS Horizon?"

    Yes..PPDS Plans within this

    "What about after 12/01/2013  ?"

    SNP plans this time anyway!

    Hope this answers your questions

    Best Regards

    Suresh

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  • Jan 01, 2013 at 01:31 PM

    Hi U Kumar,

    The SNP horizon is the time period within which SNP will NOT plan.  SNP planning will take place outside of that into the future.

    The PP/DS horizon is the time period within which PP/DS can plan and schedule.  This is basic information. There are variations such as when PP/DS is planning MTO.  The horizon is then ignored.

    You have overlapping horizons. Some overlap is useful.  For example, when converting SNP orders to PP/DS orders.

    After 12/01/2013 you are still working with SNP planning depending upon the time bucket profile in the planning book.

    Best Regards,

    Mike

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  • Jan 02, 2013 at 01:51 PM

    Dear Kumar

    Your question in 'quotes' and respective answers:

    "If you see in In RRP3 ,03/01/2013   as SNP Horizon" :

    =>SNP Plan 'after this date'

    " and you see  12/01/2013  as PPDS Horizon.":

    => PPDS plans 'within this date'

    "Does this means that From Today's date till 03/01/2013  it is SNP Horizon "

    No,SNP horizon starts after this=>....SNP plans after this date

    and

    "from Today's date till 12/01/2013 it is PPDS Horizon?"

    Yes..PPDS Plans within this

    "What about after 12/01/2013  ?"

    SNP plans this time anyway!

    Hope this answers your questions

    Best Regards

    Suresh

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