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my company is using Open ERP V7.
I am wondering whether it would be possible to include different items on the same manufacturing order or can you just produce one product per MO?
For example, I want produce 10 boxes of product A, 15 boxes of product B and 20 boxes of product C and all of those items work with different BOM's. When I raise a manufacturing I am only able to produce one product at the time. Is this correct?
I work with food products and we repack bulk materials in smaller consumer units at one dedicated co packer so it would definitely be benificial if I could include for example 10 products on the same manufacturing order in order to avoid a lot of paperwork and flows of information.
Thanks in advance for your reply.
If you want to manufacture product P, then first create BoM for the product P. For example P needs products A, B and C and A needs D and E, product B needs F then first create BoM for product A with D and E and BoM for B with product F. Set the BoM type as normal. Then create BoM for product P with products A, B, C. Now create manufacturing order for product P. Yo can see product A, B and C has been added in the product list. If you confirm, then 2 new manufacturing orders for product A and B will be created. If you dont want to create new manufacturing order after confirmation or want to add all the sub products of A and B to main product P, then goto the BoM of P and set the BoM type of product A and Product B to phantom.
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