• Material Used:                   

  • FERT- Samsung Ace

  • ROH- Battery

  • ROH- Mobile Case

  • Plant: 1000

   Perquisite Setting For Kanban Stock Transfer:

  1. 1. We need to create to storage locations. Assign it to materials by MMSC

         KN01- Kanban Storage location (Stock should be excluded from MRP)

         MN01- Main Storage location

    2. KN01 should be put in MRP2 views of all materials in Production storage          

         Location of ROH material.

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  1. 3. Create Supply area for supplying storage location MN01 and Reciving storage    location KN01. PK05

           For KN01 Supply area PRD2 is created

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            For MN01 Supply area PRD3  is created

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  1. 4. Create Control Cycle. PKMC for Reciving storage location KN01


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                After clicking on change/display mode you will get creation field

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                Creating Control cycle for KN01 for material MOBILE CASE

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           Then save it. 

          0004- is a Direct posting , No material Reservation will be created for Replinishment

           i.e. To EMPTY status

  1. 5. After that Print Barcode in PK17

  1. 6. Set Status Empty by scanning barcode in PKBC

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  Then save it Status will be changed From WAIT—-> EMPTY

If the MN01( Main stores) doesnt have Stock then KANABAN Signal will be  failed and it will give error.

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         Ensure that material is available in Main Stores in MD0410.PNG

          When you change WAIT—->EMPTY

           Due to Direct posting 0004 Material is directly posted to KN01

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     In PK13N View we can see the container number and its indication

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       Change Status  To EMPTY—-> To FULL


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     Green Light Indication Container is Full.

     After That Same procedure done with another child material (BATTERY)




Hope this Document will be helpful..!


Any suggestions are welcome.


Thanks

Prashant

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  1. Ravindra Kulkarni

    helpful document Prashant, good work 🙂

    could you please make it more clear, i have not ran it completely, but i believe it can be in more detail.

    Regards

    Ravindra kulkarni

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