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Using full WMS Locations allows creating Warehouse Picks as a pull strategy from a Pick Worksheet

Production – Consumption & Output for WMS Locations
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Presenter: Sune Lohse, Chief Strategy Officer

How do you create warehouse picks from a pick worksheet?

If I’m working in a location with full WMS like this one, meaning it has a checkmark in the directed put away and pick on the location card, it’s possible to create warehouse picks directly from the production order like with advanced functionality, but it’s also possible to use a pick worksheet.

This is what happens in the video

So normally, I would use a push strategy by creating a warehouse pick directly from my production order, if it’s an advanced location or also in this area, it’s also possible like this, to create a warehouse pick directly as a push strategy directly from the production order.

Now, I will just delete it for my example. Find it in here and delete it. Just to show you this is one strategy.

And the other thing I could have done on the directed put away and pick location is to use the pick worksheet and then I can fetch the production order.

So, from here, it’s possible to get the warehouse document.

It will automatically have made a warehouse request if it’s a WMS location like this and I can now create my warehouse pick from the pick worksheet.

I could have changed the figures in the worksheet, of course, so this is another way to create my warehouse pick to the production order.

So, this is a pull strategy.

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