Hello Steve,

We use planning (MRP)...

We have our facility here, were we manufacture and ship from. It is one
warehouse and one facility. We also have remote warehouses that we
don't manufacture from; they are set up as separate facility and
warehouses. By doing it this way, the customer orders placed against
the remote warehouses do not show up as demands in MRP. What does show
up as demand are the WROs (warehouse re-supply orders) that our remote
warehouses place against our facility here... Hope this helps.

Best Regards,

DeeDee Virgei
Project Leader
440-329-0487

Nelson Stud Welding, Inc.
440-329-0400

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We have the same set up as you describe. We have had no issues at all.

Sorry I can't be more specific. I just know it works.





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BPCS 6.1 heavily modified (but not in manufacturing).

In our infinite 1998 wisdom, we set up a warehouse that is both a
manufacturing area and a shipping warehouse. It points to the same
facility.

Someone mentioned that it is an incorrect setup.

We have not been using planning data in the warehouse to our full
advantage but are planning to do so. Our fear is that we will have
problems when we start using the planning data.

Has anyone used a manufacturing warehouse and shipping warehouse for the
same facility? If so, has it created issues? Please expound.

Thanks.

Steve
DBA
(815) 675 7469


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