PO for Subcontract: Part Number

From what I recall the PO has to be the same, and you cannot recieve
it as something different than what it was shipped out as. I might
have misunderstood what I was told though.

--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "Ashton, Steve" <Steve.Ashton@...>
wrote:
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> When writing a PO for a subcontract operation, Vantage sets the
default
> part number to be the same as the assembly's. Is it best practice
to
> accept the default? What are the benefits of selecting or creating
a
> different part?
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>
>
> Steve Ashton
> Database Specialist
> Decoustics Limited
> 65 Disco Road
> Toronto, Ontario
> Canada M9W 1M2
> T (647) 259-4260
> F (416) 679-8838
>
> sashton@... <mailto:sashton@...>
> Steve.Ashton@... <mailto:Steve.Ashton2@...>
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When writing a PO for a subcontract operation, Vantage sets the default
part number to be the same as the assembly's. Is it best practice to
accept the default? What are the benefits of selecting or creating a
different part?



Steve Ashton
Database Specialist
Decoustics Limited
65 Disco Road
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M9W 1M2
T (647) 259-4260
F (416) 679-8838

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Steve.Ashton@... <mailto:Steve.Ashton2@...>






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