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Putting away finished Items using Warehouse Movement, after posting Output from Production Orders

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

How do you use warehouse movements to put-away finished items?

Working on a location with directed put away and pick, I will post output from a production order using a normal production journal, or an output journal. This will put the item on inventory, and it will create the warehouse entry on the production bin.

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So, in this scenario, I have already posted the output and I have a warehouse entry telling me that the item is on bin 120; 4 pieces.

I could put it away back into inventory using just an inventory movement and I need to make that from a movement worksheet.

So, I will manually go to a movement worksheet, enter my item produced.

Where to pick it from, where I want to put it on inventory and in which quantity and then to just create the warehouse movement, like this, and now we have a document for the warehouse people to put away the item and now we can check it out.

It’s a warehouse movement, I can find in here, and I can just enter my warehouse movement into the bin code that I’ve made, I could have made the bin code afterwards and then post the movement to put it back on inventory.

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