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http://www.production-scheduling.com
EXCEL-BASED MRP
TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
http://www.production-scheduling.comThank you for downloading this copy of Excel-Based MRP, I hope it will be of use to you.
Why Excel-Based MRP?
However, many clients have approached us to develop MRP within Excel, because either:- they do not have an MRP system, or - having generated scheduled dates within Excel, they are unable to upload them to their MRP system, or - their MRP systems are just too cumbersome and unresponsive
Contact Us
Or visit our web site:
Features
The Excel-Based MRP system has the following features:- VBA free, no macros, it is all formulas and PivotTables, and nothing is hidden- demand is generated by a make-to-inventory Finite Schedule, but may also be from another source- a single level Bill of Material structure- inventory of raw material and components is allocated to the earliest scheduled product first, and will bedynamically re-allocated as the schedule changes- a Purchase Action Report identifies purchase orders which must be placed or chased to meet the schedule
Inventory Rationing
The last 3 sheets of the system addresses a question that many manufacturers have:
"What products should I make with the inventory I have on hand right now?"
Production-Scheduling.com assists manufacturers to develop their own finite scheduling systems in Excel, andwill also custom develop scheduling systems for them. Most of these systems are interfaced to a host MRP/ERPsystem, which acts as a repository for demand and inventory data, and will perform Material RequirementsPlanning (MRP1) calculations.This is a simple example of an MRP system, with a small amount of sample data, but it will also cater for manythousands of records.If you need assistance to adapt the system to your own manufacturing process, please do not hesitate tocontact me, Tony Rice at:Production-Scheduling@Mweb.co.zawww.Production-Scheduling.comThe system takes into account raw materials that are used by more than one product, and rations the inventoryacross the products so as to even out the product inventory cover as much as possible.
 
http://www.production-scheduling.com
Table of Links
This shows the worksheets that have links to other woksheets, either by having formulaethat refer to other worksheets, or by having a PivotTable based on a data base in another worksheet.
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The BusinessItem Master 
F
Supplier Master Bill of Material
F
Purchase Orders
FF
Finite Schedule
FF
Production Runs
P
BOM x 3
FF
Allocate Inventory
FFP
Purchase Action Report
P
Inventory Rationing Calculations
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Components Pivot
P
Products Pivot
P
Formula link:
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PivotTable link:
PChained PivotTables
Data flows from the Finite Schedule to the Purchase Action Report through a chain of links that includes3 PivotTables:Unlike formulas, PivotTables do not change automatically when the data is changed, they need to be refreYou can refresh each PivotTable in turn by right clicking in it, and clicking on Refresh Data.Alternatively you can click on the Refresh All iconwhich will refresh all the PivotTables in the workbYou will need to click it 3 times.Put the Refresh All icon on you toolbar by right clicking on the toolbar, then Cutomise|Commands|Datafind the icon and drag it up onto your toolbar 
WorksheetLinks to :
FiniteScheduleProductionRunsBOM x 3AllocateInventoryPurchaseActionReportPurchaseOrders
FPPPF

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