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Contents at a Glance,1 Introduction 21,2 Effective Inbound Execution 41. 3 Enhancing Your Managed Putaway and,Quality Inspection Processes 71. 4 Improving Internal Warehouse Operations 97,5 Effective Picking Operations and Storage Unit. Management 125,6 Efficient Shipment Completion 149. 7 Maximizing Returns Processing 177,8 Efficient Physical Inventory 195.
9 Successful Cross Docking 213,10 Working with Hazardous Materials 231. 11 Using Radio Frequency Identification Effectively 247. 12 Effective Use of Warehouse Data and Reporting 261. 13 Conclusion 279,A Glossary of Terms 285,B Bibliography 291. C The Author 293,www sap press com,309 Book indb 5 11 3 09 10 33 48 AM. Acknowledgments 15,Preface 17,1 Introduction 21,1 1 The Importance of Warehouse Operations 21. 1 1 1 Transport Consolidation 22,1 1 2 Product Mixing 22.
1 1 3 Process Improvements 24, 1 2 Understanding Warehouse Management in SAP ERP 24. 1 2 1 Company Code 25,1 2 2 Plant 27,1 2 3 Storage Location 29. 1 2 4 Warehouse 30,1 2 5 Storage Type 32,1 2 6 Storage Section 33. 1 2 7 Storage Bin 34,1 3 Understanding the Physical Warehouse 35. 1 3 1 Receiving Shipping and Storage 35,1 3 2 Inventory Accuracy 36.
1 3 3 Value Added Processes 36,1 3 4 Warehouse Safety 36. 1 3 5 Delivery Process 36,1 3 6 Inspection and Quality Process 37. 1 4 Defining the Warehouse Layout 37,1 4 1 Design Principles for Warehouse Layout 37. 1 4 2 Warehouse Layout Objectives 39,1 5 How This Book Is Organized 40. 1 6 Summary 40,2 Effective Inbound Execution 41,2 1 Inbound Delivery Process 41.
2 1 1 Create a Purchase Order or,Scheduling Agreement 42. www sap press com 7,309 Book indb 7 11 3 09 10 33 48 AM. 2 1 2 Determine the Goods Receiving Point 42,2 1 3 Create a Manual Inbound Delivery for a. Purchase Order 43,2 1 4 Create an Inbound Delivery for a. Purchase Order Using EDI 45,2 1 5 Repacking the Inbound Delivery 51.
2 1 6 Automatic Putaway for Inbound Deliveries 51,2 2 Packing Items for Inbound Deliveries 57. 2 2 1 Using Handling Units 57,2 2 2 Creating a Handling Unit 58. 2 2 3 Packing Materials in a Handling Unit 59,2 2 4 Nesting Handling Units 60. 2 2 5 Unpacking a Handling Unit 62,2 3 Inbound Delivery Monitor 63. 2 3 1 Basic Functionality of the Inbound,Delivery Monitor 63.
2 3 2 List Inbound Deliveries 65, 2 4 Business Examples Efficient Inbound Deliveries 66. 2 4 1 Purchasing Process 67,2 4 2 Inbound Deliveries 67. 2 4 3 Automatic Putaway 68,2 4 4 Use of Handling Units 68. 2 5 Summary 69,3 Enhancing Your Managed Putaway and. Quality Inspection Processes 71,3 1 Managing the Putaway Process 71.
3 1 1 Putaway Strategies 72,3 1 2 Fixed Bin Storage Strategy 72. 3 1 3 Open Storage Strategy 74,3 1 4 Next Empty Storage Bin Strategy 75. 3 1 5 Addition to Existing Stock Strategy 77,3 1 6 Using the Storage Type Search 81. 3 1 7 Storage Section Search 85,3 2 Quality Inspection in the Warehouse 87. 3 2 1 Interface Warehouse Management to,Quality Management 87.
3 2 2 Inspection Lots 89,8 www sap press com,309 Book indb 8 11 3 09 10 33 48 AM. 3 2 3 Usage Decision 90,3 2 4 Finding Inspection Lots in the Warehouse 91. 3 3 Business Example Effective Putaway Strategies 93. 3 3 1 Fixed Bin Storage 93,3 3 2 Open Storage 94,3 3 3 Next Empty Storage Bin 94. 3 3 4 Addition to Existing Stock 95,3 4 Summary 95. 4 Improving Internal Warehouse Operations 97,4 1 Materials Movement Concepts 98.
4 1 1 Integration Between Inventory Management,and Warehouse Management in SAP ERP 98. 4 1 2 Interim Storage Types 99,4 1 3 Interim Storage Bins 100. 4 1 4 Stock Comparison 105,4 2 Goods Movements in the Warehouse 107. 4 2 1 Transfer Requirement 107,4 2 2 Transfer Order 111. 4 3 Posting Changes in the Warehouse 117,4 3 1 Reviewing Posting Changes 118.
4 3 2 Automatic Processing of Posting,Change Notices 119. 4 4 Business Examples Efficient Internal Movements 120. 4 4 1 Materials Movement Concepts 120,4 4 2 Goods Movements 122. 4 4 3 Posting Changes 123,4 5 Summary 123,5 Effective Picking Operations and. Storage Unit Management 125,5 1 Defining Picking Operations 126. 5 1 1 First In First Out FIFO 126,5 1 2 Picking Using Stringent FIFO 128.
5 1 3 Last In First Out LIFO 129,5 1 4 Partial Quantity Picking 130. www sap press com 9,309 Book indb 9 11 3 09 10 33 48 AM. 5 1 5 Picking According to Quantity 132,5 1 6 Picking by Shelf Life Expiration Date 134. 5 1 7 Fixed Bin Picking Strategy 136, 5 2 Business Example Effective Picking Strategies 137. 5 2 1 FIFO 138,5 2 2 Partial Quantity Picking 138,5 2 3 Picking According to Quantity 139.
5 2 4 Picking by Shelf Life Expiration Date 139,5 3 Using Storage Unit Management 140. 5 3 1 Activate Storage Unit Management 140,5 3 2 Activate Storage Unit Management for a. Storage Type 141,5 3 3 Storage Unit Type 142,5 3 4 Storage Unit Record 143. 5 4 Business Examples Benefits of Storage Unit,Management 146. 5 5 Summary 147,6 Efficient Shipment Completion 149.
6 1 Defining Your Shipment Completion Process 149,6 1 1 Creating an Outbound Delivery 149. 6 1 2 Review an Outbound Delivery 152,6 1 3 Outbound Delivery Monitor 155. 6 1 4 Grouping Outbound Deliveries 158,6 2 Adding Value to Shipment Completion 160. 6 2 1 Creation of Transfer Orders for,Outbound Deliveries 160. 6 2 2 Wave Picking 161, 6 3 Auditing Reporting and Clean Up Activities 168.
6 3 1 Incompletion Log 169,6 3 2 Shipping Output 170. 6 3 3 Creating a Transfer Order for a,Cancelled Delivery 171. 6 4 Business Example Efficient Shipment Procedures 172. 6 4 1 Outbound Delivery Monitor 173,6 4 2 Wave Picking 173. 6 4 3 Wave Pick Monitor 175,6 5 Summary 175,10 www sap press com. 309 Book indb 10 11 3 09 10 33 48 AM,7 Maximizing Returns Processing 177.
7 1 Introduction to Returns Processing 177,7 1 1 Notification of a Return 178. 7 1 2 Receipt of Return at the Warehouse 179,7 1 3 Placing Returns in the Warehouse 180. 7 2 Successful Returns Processing 180,7 2 1 Return Order 181. 7 2 2 Return Delivery 182,7 2 3 Outbound Delivery Monitor 183. 7 2 4 Post Goods Issue 185,7 2 5 Return Materials in the Warehouse 185.
7 2 6 Transfer Requirement for Returned Materials 186. 7 2 7 Transfer Order for Returned Material 187,7 2 8 Review of Warehouse Inventory 189. 7 2 9 Transfer Materials from Returns to,Own Stock 189. 7 3 Business Example Benefits of Returns Processing 191. 7 4 Summary 194,8 Efficient Physical Inventory 195. 8 1 Cycle Counting 195,8 1 1 Benefits of Cycle Counting 196. 8 1 2 ABC Method of Cycle Counting 196,8 1 3 Configuration for ABC Cycle Counting 196.
8 1 4 Cycle Counting Documents 201,8 1 5 Printing the Count Document 202. 8 1 6 Enter the Cycle Count 203,8 1 7 Recounts and Clearing Differences 203. 8 1 8 Understanding the Error 205,8 2 Continuous Inventory 205. 8 2 1 Configuration for Continuous Inventory 205,8 2 2 Creating a Continuous Inventory Count. Document 206, 8 2 3 Entering a Count for Continuous Inventory 208.
8 3 Business Example Benefits of Physical Inventory 209. 8 3 1 Cycle Counting 209,www sap press com 11,309 Book indb 11 11 3 09 10 33 48 AM. 8 3 2 Continuous Inventory 210,8 4 Summary 211,9 Successful Cross Docking 213. 9 1 Defining the Cross Docking Process 214,9 1 1 Types of Cross Docking 214. 9 1 2 Materials Suitable for Successful,Cross Docking 215. 9 1 3 Planned Cross Docking 215,9 1 4 Cross Docking Configuration 216.
9 1 5 Cross Docking Decisions 217,9 1 6 Cross Docking Monitor 217. 9 2 Cross Docking Movements 220,9 2 1 One Step Cross Docking 221. 9 2 2 Two Step Cross Docking 223,9 3 Business Example Effective Cross Docking 227. 9 3 1 One Step Cross Docking 227,9 3 2 Two Step Cross Docking 228. 9 4 Summary 230,10 Working with Hazardous Materials 231.
10 1 Introduction to Hazardous Materials 232,10 1 1 Configuration for Hazardous Materials 232. 10 2 Hazardous Materials in the Warehouse 235,10 2 1 Activating the Functionality for. Hazardous Materials 235,10 2 2 Hazardous Material Record 239. 10 2 3 Assigning the Hazardous Material to a,Material Master Record 240. 10 2 4 List of Hazardous Materials 241,10 2 5 Fire Department Inventory List 241.
10 2 6 Check Goods Storage 242,10 2 7 Hazardous Substance List 243. 10 3 Business Example Successful Handling of,Hazardous Materials 244. 10 3 1 Hazardous Material Records 244,12 www sap press com. 309 Book indb 12 11 3 09 10 33 48 AM,10 3 2 Hazardous Material Reporting 245. 10 4 Summary 246, 11 Using Radio Frequency Identification Effectively 247.
11 1 Introduction to RF and RFID 247,11 1 1 RF Devices 248. 11 1 2 Bar Code Functionality 248,11 1 3 RFID 250,11 1 4 Differences Between RF and RFID 251. 11 2 How You Can Use RF in Your Warehouse 251,11 2 1 GUI Devices 252. 11 2 2 Character Based Devices 252,11 2 3 SAPConsole 252. 11 2 4 RF Monitor 253,11 3 How You Can Use RFID in Your Warehouse 254.
11 3 1 Supported Functions in SAP AII 255,11 3 2 Outbound Processing Slap and Ship 256. 11 3 3 Flexible Delivery Processing 256, 11 3 4 Returnable Transport Items RTI Processing 256. 11 4 Business Example Successful RFID Processes 257. 11 5 Summary 259, 12 Effective Use of Warehouse Data and Reporting 261. 12 1 Warehouse Activity Monitor 261,12 1 1 Configuration for the Warehouse. Activity Monitor 262,12 1 2 Using the Warehouse Activity Monitor 266.
12 2 Key Warehouse Reports 270,12 2 1 List of Empty Storage Bins 270. 12 2 2 Bin Status Report 271,12 2 3 Capacity Load Utilization 273. 12 2 4 Inventory Status 274,12 3 Business Examples Using Warehouse Reports. Effectively 276,12 4 Summary 277,www sap press com 13. 309 Book indb 13 11 3 09 10 33 48 AM,13 Conclusion 279.
13 1 Lessons Learned from This Book 279,13 2 Applying What You ve Learned 282. Appendices 283,A Glossary of Terms 285,B Bibliography 291. C The Author 293,14 www sap press com,309 Book indb 14 11 3 09 10 33 49 AM. Vendors fulfill purchase orders by sending deliveries Using the. inbound delivery process allows your company to manage incom. ing deliveries to make the most of your warehouse resources. 2 Effective Inbound Execution, The receiving of materials into a facility should be an efficient process that. is accurate streamlined and rapid When performed correctly the receiv. ing process should produce an effective use of your warehouse space and. The goods receipt process is the movement of materials into the ware. house from an external source which could be a vendor or from the pro. duction facility A receipt process checks the accuracy of both the materials. and the quantity You can check the materials for quality and quarantine if. needed If the quality is satisfactory the process moves the materials into. the warehouse and increases the stock levels of the materials received. The goods receipt is an important point in the movement of materials. Accepting the items triggers the ownership and financial liability The. receipt of the materials is also the starting point of the tracking of those. materials in the facility, Several processes can trigger inbound deliveries In the first section of.
this chapter we ll review these with respect to the inbound delivery. functionality,2 1 Inbound Delivery Process, The inbound delivery should describe exactly what materials can be Inbound delivery. received on what date and at what time The advantages of the inbound details date and. time the items are, delivery function when receiving materials into the warehouse are that you. can complete several processes in advance of the materials arriving because. the supplier has sent the necessary information to the plant ahead of time. using an advanced shipping notice commonly known as an ASN First let s. look at the elements that make up the inbound delivery process. www sap press com 41,309 Book indb 41 11 3 09 10 33 56 AM. 2 Effective Inbound Execution, The inbound delivery process starts when the items are staged at the ven. dor for pickup by the shipper The items are made ready for shipment by. placing them on a pallet or shipping container at the vendor s shipping. area The items are loaded on to the shipper s vehicle and transported to. the ship to location The process is completed when the items are received. at the ship to party and a goods receipt transaction is processed We ll. highlight the elements of the inbound delivery process below. 2 1 1 Create a Purchase Order or Scheduling Agreement. Purchase from When you require items for production or resale you purchase them. vendor can be part from a vendor If you have a scheduling agreement in place with a ven. of a scheduling, dor deliveries will occur at regular intervals If no scheduling agreement.
exists you can create a purchase order using Transaction ME21N You can. access the transaction via the menu path SAP Logistics Materials. Management Purchasing Purchase Order Create Vendor. Supplying Plant Known Figure 2 1 shows an example of a purchase. order for five drill presses that have been ordered from Dremel Industries. www sap press com 7 Contents and Warehouse Management in SAP ERP 98 Maximize Your Warehouse Operations with SAP ERP

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