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Blogs by

Marcus Zahn

Today I would like to shine a little light on package type codes, which seems to be a bit complicated to figure out without help. Background: The Supply Chain Execution Package Builder used in SAP

After kicking off the topic for SAP Transportation Management, but having the re-use for EWM in mind, we see the component growing into this process. So I do not call it TM Package Builder any

Today a very specific package builder topic about additional package and separation material. Intended for a pallet scenario, I did not think deeper about usages for closed packages. By default, the PB tries to create

After getting the question ‘Can the Package Builder create a package hierarchy?’ now several times with increasing urgency, I want to clarify the status quo of the currently available package builder functionality for this. First

Today I would like to steer attention to a new option when planning in the Transportation Cockpit. When doing this manually, typically the user picks a few objects like Freight Units from a list or

I had already explained our road map for the geo-map usage in SAP Transportation Management with MKS68. Today I want to focus on the map based planning in a local distribution scenario using SAP TM

Today I would like to point to a new feature that we long waited for and boosts the planning process in the Transportation Cockpit: For the first time in the SAP Transportation Management history we

As a follow-up to TM 9.4 Geo-Map Configuration MKS68, today I would like to show how in TM 9.4 the display of spot like objects on the geo-map can be adjusted. Spot like objects are basically

Since SAP Transportation Management 8.0 the application is delivered using SAP Visual Business as it’s geo-map component (see MKS06). Long history, a lot of compromisses, but now picking up speed rapidly. With TM 9.4 the use

SAP Transportation Management can be used for different businesses in a large variety of scenarios, may it be land, air, ocean, or intermodal, to document and plan transports. From the very beginning it was clear