Replenishment


During replenishment, a quantity of a material is moved from a reserve area to a primary or forward picking area. The forward picking area is filled according to the quantity requirements of the materials in that area. The required material quantity can either be determined for the storage type as a whole or, in the case of a fixed bin scenario, for each individual fixed bin in the primary area.

In EWM there are five basic replenishment strategies namely:

  • Planned replenishment
  • Order-related replenishment
  • Crate part replenishment
  • Direct replenishment
  • Automatic replenishment

Configuration for Replenishment

Storage Type Configuration: Storage Type Level or Bin Level Replenishment

SPRO-IMG-SCM Extended Warehouse Management-Extended Warehouse Management-Master Data-Define Storage Type

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Basic Replenishment Configuration:


SPRO-IMG-SCM Extended Warehouse Management-Extended Warehouse Management-Internal Warehouse Processes-Replenishment Control-Activate Replenishment Strategies in Storage Types



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SPRO-IMG-SCM Extended Warehouse Management-Extended Warehouse Management-Internal Warehouse Processes-Replenishment Control- Configure Execution Times for Replenishment


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SPRO-IMG-SCM Extended Warehouse Management-Extended Warehouse Management-Internal Warehouse Processes-Replenishment Control- Maintain Document/Item Categories for Replenishment Warehouse Request


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Create Storage bin in the replenishment storage type


SAP Easy Access- SCM Extended Warehouse Management- Extended Warehouse Management- Master Data- Storage Bin – Create Storage Bin


T Code : – /SCWM/LS01


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Planned Replenishment:


During planned replenishment the system calculates the replenishment in accordance with the defined Min. Qty and Max. Qty. Replenishment control is triggered when the stock is less than the minimum quantity. The system then rounds down the replenishment quantity to a multiple of the minimum replenishment quantity. The replenishment quantity is the calculated quantity for which the warehouse task or the warehouse request is created.


Assign fixed bin:


SAP Easy Access- SCM Extended Warehouse Management- Extended Warehouse Management- Master Data- Storage Bin – Maintain Fixed Storage Bin


T Code : /SCWM/BINMAT


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In addition to the configuration and fixed bin assignment, we can also specify the Min. Qty and Max. Qty and the replenishment quantities on the product master data


T Code : /SCWM/MAT1


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Configure the Removal Strategy for Stock Replenishment:


SPRO-IMG-SCM Extended Warehouse Management-Extended Warehouse Management-Goods Issue Process-Strategies-Specify Storage Type Search Sequence


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SPRO-IMG-SCM Extended Warehouse Management-Extended Warehouse Management-Goods Issue Process-Strategies- Determine Storage Type Search Sequence for Stock Removal


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SPRO-IMG-SCM Extended Warehouse Management-Extended Warehouse Management-Goods Issue Process-Strategies- Define Stock Removal Control Indicator


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T Code : /n/SCWM/MAT1


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execute the planned replenishment:


SAP Easy Access-SCM Extended Warehouse Management-Extended Warehouse Management-Work Scheduling-Schedule Replenishment


T Code : /SCWM/REPL


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Select the row and execute to create WT


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Now replenishment WT is created


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Go to monitor to confirm the WT


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Now WT is confirmed .



BR,


C K Reddy



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