Yea, the difference is they already have the multiple qtys in stock...they
  may have 10 2 ml bottles, and 10 5 ml bottles, and 10 10 ml bottles.  when
  the customer calls and wants 4 or 5 ml they need to know what they have in
  stock, and in what size bottles...

  they do not want to re-aliquot per order....

  thanks

jeff
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    Jeff, you probably won't like this, but we do this here.  How we do it
    is
    we sell it by the inch (or ml in this case).  And we charge by the inch.
    We cut it to length, box or bag it (depending on the part), and charge
    for
    what was shipped.

    It works OK, the customer orders how much he/she wants, and
    shipping/packout handles it.  Pricing is no problem, they pay for what
    they
    get.

    I don't see how lot control would be impacted doing that scenario,
    either.

    Dale Gindlesperger
    IT Manager/Special Projects Leader
    Fleetwood Folding Trailers, Inc.
    258 Beacon Street
    Somerset, PA  15501

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        I am working with a customer that has a pkg situation.   they sell
    the
        same item no. in various pkgs, ie 1 ml, 5 ml, 10, ml etc....    they
    also
        have lot control and are using all 10 characters,  any ideas of how
    we
    can
        defferientiate the pkg size would be appreciated....additional part
    number
        is not an option....we'd like to avoid using locations as pkg
    info......

        any ideas would be welcome...an integrator solutions with a tag
    along
    file
        to SLQNTY  sounds like a lot of wrap code, we'd like to avoid....

        If you have solved this or have ideas, we'd like to hear from
    you....

        thanks

        Jeff snyder,  CPIM
        Guide technologies, LLC

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