RE: Stocking type -M and P

sapper299

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RE: Stocking type -M and P

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<DIV style="BACKGROUND: #e4e4e4; FONT: 10pt arial; font-color: black">From: Rommel Francis </DIV>
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<DIV style="FONT: 10pt arial">Sent: 8/9/2001 10:43:52 PM </DIV>
<DIV style="FONT: 10pt arial">Subject: Stocking type -M and P</DIV>
 

Donald_Mattes

Active Member
RE: Stocking type -M and P

You may want to create separate item numbers for the mfg vs purchase items
to better track their costs etc. Just something to consider.


Don Mattes
 

sshepard

Active Member
RE: Stocking type -M and P

Stocking Types M and P:
Set up the Item Master (F4101) Stocking Type for the way headquarters / main
facility treat the part. Set up the Stocking Type in the Branch Plant
(F4102) record for how each satellite facility treats the part. It is OK
for the Branch Plant and Item Master Stocking Types to be different from
facility to facility. It is important to note that for transactions, the
Stocking Type defaults in from the Branch Plant record of the facility
(branch plant) entered on a transaction, not from the Item Master.

The Item Master information is just a general guide.

* Note: GL Class Codes come from the Item Location record.

Steve Shepard
O'Gara - Hess & Eisenhardt
(513) 881-5477
[email protected]
 

Tim Lyons

Active Member
RE: Stocking type -M and P

Rommel,

You should set the Stocking Type in each Branch/Plant record according
to the way the item is normally obtained. If an item is normally
purchased, you can still manufacture it, or vice versa. That is, you
can attach a bill of material and routing to a purchased item and create
a work order. You can also put a manufactured item on a purchase order.

There are at least two impacts that you should be aware of. The Cost
Rollup uses the Stocking Type to determine whether to roll up a cost.
In other words, if the Stocking Type is "P", a bill of material and
routing are ignored. Similarly, if the Stocking Type is "M", the rollup
will look for a bill and routing and roll up the cost. The other impact
is in Material Planning. The planning system uses the Stocking Type to
determine whether to plan work orders or purchase orders. Again, if the
Stocking Type is "P", requirements will not be passed down even if a
bill of material exists.

Hope this helps.

Tim Lyons, CFPIM
brij Information Solutions
336-808-3415
[email protected] <mailto:[email protected]>
 

wsellers

Active Member
RE: Stocking type -M and P

Yes stocking type "M" items may be purchased. When purchased and received
the system will capture any cost difference as a purchase price/material
variance just as any other purchased item. One fact to be aware of is that
any manufacturing cost reports based on the quantities you purchased will
reflect the standard material, labor, and overhead break down for the items
as if you'd made them. Unless you have some way to exclude them for your
reports.



Walt Sellers
Heil Environmental Industries, Ltd.
OW B733.2 SP10, Citrix, Windows NT TS2000, Oracle 8.1.6
 

sshepard

Active Member
RE: Stocking type -M and P

You can segregate the costs by branch plant. We found it to be a nightmare
to have different part numbers for the same part.

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sshepard

Active Member
RE: Stocking type -M and P

Rommel - Tim is wise. If you ar using Planning, be aware of these
differences.

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rommel

Member
RE: Stocking type -M and P

Thank you to all those who replied to this post -Don Mattes,sshepherd,Tim
Lyons,wsellers.I hadn't considered the impact of the Cost Rollout program .
Thank you once again,
Rommel
 
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