A graphical overview of Inbound Warehouse flow only using Bins

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Presenter: Sune Lohse, Chief Strategy Officer

How does warehouse management work with only bins?

Let me show you how we can receive on purchase orders directly in Business Central using only bins but no warehouse documents.

This is what happens in the video

So, if you have a purchase order, and you want to receive directly on the purchase order using bins, you could print the receipt list. This is not standard Business Central, meaning the field bin code is actually on the purchase line. You can add it to the purchase line. You can modify it on the purchase line, but we need to create some kind of documents on how to print it. Then you take the paper you have printed, and you perform your put-away using the paper coming directly from your purchase order.

After performing the put-away, you update your purchase line with the actual bins that you have used and the actual quantities that you had used, and you update those on the purchase order lines. And then when you post the purchase order, it creates of course posted purchase receipts and it creates item ledger entries and warehouse entries.

So, this applies to location, where you have only a checkmark in bin required, you handle all the item directly on the purchase order line.