RE: Manufacturing Pack-Out Process – Customization n

I�ve been looking at using the pack out tab for the past few days, however we mostly build to forecast and we are doing mfg receipts to stock. It looks the pack out only works if you have a sales order to reference.

From: vantage@yahoogroups.com [mailto:vantage@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of brad_boes
Sent: Tuesday, July 12, 2011 1:44 PM
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Vantage] Re: Manufacturing Pack-Out Process � Customization needed?



We are on 9.05.603 and we use the pack out tab of customer shipment entry from the MES screen daily. Our parts are larger and needs to be palletized. We can put several different parts onto one pallet. The pack out screen creates a "pallet tag" that can be used for shipment and lists the different parts on the pallet.

From there we use Master Pack to put all the pallets onto one shipment.

Is this what you need? I think its all there.

We do have customizations and we have modified the crystal forms, but the basic steps are the out of the box process.

Brad Boes
Metalworks

--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com<mailto:vantage%40yahoogroups.com>, "scottyk537" <skaufman@...<mailto:skaufman@...>> wrote:
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> Can anyone think of any other solution to this? Could I use different UOMs and merge these items into a package?
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> --- In vantage@yahoogroups.com<mailto:vantage%40yahoogroups.com>, "scottyk537" <skaufman@> wrote:
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> > We are going through our Implementation process with 9.05.604A.
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> > All of our different products are being packed by our production staff. They create bundles of product with labels that is received into finished goods inventory. Then add these bundles into a carton and produce a carton label that is scanned by shipping. We need the traceability to know which bundles are in what box. With E9, it looks like the Pack-Out process will handle this however this is not in MES and we would need to create a packing slip.
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> > Does anyone have a similar situation?
> >
> > Scott
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We are going through our Implementation process with 9.05.604A.

All of our different products are being packed by our production staff. They create bundles of product with labels that is received into finished goods inventory. Then add these bundles into a carton and produce a carton label that is scanned by shipping. We need the traceability to know which bundles are in what box. With E9, it looks like the Pack-Out process will handle this however this is not in MES and we would need to create a packing slip.

Does anyone have a similar situation?

Scott
We are going through our Implementation process with 9.05.604A.

All of our different products are being packed by our production staff. They create bundles of product with labels that is received into finished goods inventory. Then add these bundles into a carton and produce a carton label that is scanned by shipping. We need the traceability to know which bundles are in what box. With E9, it looks like the Pack-Out process will handle this however this is not in MES and we would need to create a packing slip.

Does anyone have a similar situation?

Scott
Can anyone think of any other solution to this? Could I use different UOMs and merge these items into a package?

--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "scottyk537" <skaufman@...> wrote:
>
> We are going through our Implementation process with 9.05.604A.
>
> All of our different products are being packed by our production staff. They create bundles of product with labels that is received into finished goods inventory. Then add these bundles into a carton and produce a carton label that is scanned by shipping. We need the traceability to know which bundles are in what box. With E9, it looks like the Pack-Out process will handle this however this is not in MES and we would need to create a packing slip.
>
> Does anyone have a similar situation?
>
> Scott
>
We are on 9.05.603 and we use the pack out tab of customer shipment entry from the MES screen daily. Our parts are larger and needs to be palletized. We can put several different parts onto one pallet. The pack out screen creates a "pallet tag" that can be used for shipment and lists the different parts on the pallet.

From there we use Master Pack to put all the pallets onto one shipment.

Is this what you need? I think its all there.

We do have customizations and we have modified the crystal forms, but the basic steps are the out of the box process.

Brad Boes
Metalworks

--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "scottyk537" <skaufman@...> wrote:
>
>
> Can anyone think of any other solution to this? Could I use different UOMs and merge these items into a package?
>
> --- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "scottyk537" <skaufman@> wrote:
> >
> > We are going through our Implementation process with 9.05.604A.
> >
> > All of our different products are being packed by our production staff. They create bundles of product with labels that is received into finished goods inventory. Then add these bundles into a carton and produce a carton label that is scanned by shipping. We need the traceability to know which bundles are in what box. With E9, it looks like the Pack-Out process will handle this however this is not in MES and we would need to create a packing slip.
> >
> > Does anyone have a similar situation?
> >
> > Scott
> >
>