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Warehouse Management

Training
Day 7

Overview

Introduction

Overview of Warehouse Management

Warehouse Organization Structure

Master Data

Strategies

Inbound / Outbound / Internal Processes

Interfaces to PP/SD/QM

SU Management

Overview of Mobile Data Entry

Introduction
Overview of Warehouse
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Warehouse Organization
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goods issues and stock transfers quickly and easily ● . automated support to assist in processing all goods movements and in maintaining current stock inventories in a warehousing complex. WM supports warehousing processes by making it possible for you to Define and manage complex warehousing structures ● Optimize material flow using advanced put away and picking techniques ● Process goods receipts.INTRODUCTION The SAP Warehouse Management (WM) application provides flexible.

WM and its Integration points .

WM BASIC FUNCTIONS Stock Management exact to storage bin level ● Mapping and control of all goods movements ● Monitoring of the processing of these goods movements ● Connection to mobile data entry as part of the integrated frequency solution ● radio Connection to specialist external systems using an interface ● .

WM IMPLEMENTATION METHODS Centralized Warehouse Management ● Decentralized Warehouse Management ● Lean Warehouse Management ● .

Warehouse Organization Structure .

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE AT IM SYSTEM .

ORGANIZATIONAL CONNECTION TO IM .

Organizational Connection to IM .

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the space used.STORAGE TYPE This is a physical or logical subdivision of a warehouse complex that is characterized by its warehouse technique. or its function. Storage Types Examples: ● High-rack storage area ● Bulk storage area ● Picking storage area ● General storage area ● Pallet storage area ● Goods receipt area ● Goods issue area . its organizational form.

g. complete stock removal.g.STORAGE TYPE ATTRIBUTES Control Indicators for Stock placement ( e. addition to existing stock. negative stock) Control Indicators for Inventory procedures ● ● ● . Removal strategy. over deliveries. hazardous material control) Control Indicators for Stock removal ( e. capacity check. mandatory confirmation. mixed storage. return storage. mandatory confirmation. zero stock check. Placement strategy.

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STORAGE SECTION A Storage Section is an organizational subdivision of a Storage Type that groups together Storage Bins with similar features for the purpose of managing stock. Storage Section Examples: ● Heavy Parts ● Bulky Parts ● Fast Moving ● Slow Moving .

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for small or large pallets) ● . The storage bin therefore describes the position in the warehouse where the goods are or can be stored. The following additional characteristics of a storage bin can be defined: ● Maximum weight ● Total capacity ● Fire containment section Storage bin type (for example.STORAGE BIN The storage bin is the smallest available unit of space in a warehouse.

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it is a quantity of material with similar characteristics in a single storage bin . The system manages different batches of a material as different quants. Is a quant simply a "quantity" of material? Yes. however. The amount of material in a quant can be increased by adding material to existing stock.QUANT This is the stock of any material with the same features in one storage bin. The quants serve to manage stocks at storage bin level.

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STORAGE BIN The storage bin is the smallest available unit of space in a warehouse. .

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Some Other Master Interim Bins Data Production Supply Area Control Cycle .

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Picking Strategies .

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Questions ? Day 7 Open Discussions Questions Comments .