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RE: MRP Requirementsby
Regarding this topic:
>>#??? new chapter: Bill of distribution (Johan 2014/09/09)
>>In a distribution network the sourcing rules need to be defined: eg "product A in warehouse X is replenished by truck from plant/warehouse Y with a lead time of 7 days". Multiple sources of supply can defined for a single product and destinaion location, in which case each bill of distribution needs a priority. The bill of distribution also defines the transportation mode (eg train, truck, plane), and multiple transportation modes for the same product-source-destination are possible since they will have a different lead time.
>>A certain product-warehouse combination can be replenished in multiple ways: either produced locally using a BOM, either purchased externally from a supplier/subcontractor, either replenished with a BOD shipment from another warehouse.
>>Can't this be managed with the WMS in v8 already?
The answer was:
>>Related to stock not MRP
I don’t agree on this.
Imagine a network: distribution center -----replenished from---> regional distribution center ----replenished from----> factory.
I expect that I can run an end-to-end planning of a requirement. A big demand on the distribution center should get propagated through the regional distribution centre and can create material requirements in the factory.
So, I see this goes broader than the stock module in my opinion.
It expands the MRP concepts into DRP, “Distribution Requirements Planning”.
Johan De Taeye
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