Using Transfer Orders makes it possible to handle the rented Items availability

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Presenter: Sune Lohse, Chief Strategy Officer

Using a transfer order instead of the resource, which we had swapped on the sales order line makes it possible of course both to use the outbound, inbound, transfer order for handling in the inventory.

This is what happens in the video

So this is handling purpose, but it also makes it possible to actually plan on the item.

So if I have my outbound trains folder here, and I expect it to leave at September 2018, this will be a normal supplies when I’m planning on this item in the planning worksheet or reverse planning or whatever planning tools you use, this will be the actual physical inventory when removing the rent out items from the basic stock.

And likewise, if you plan on the location, so if you plan on the inbound transfer order, immediately we will have written here that on October 5, we expect this to come back, which means you can also view this location, this is not so interesting because it’s on the customers.

So this way you can actually use the standard item availability to control if your rent out item is on you’re renting out inventory basic location or not.

So you can actually see when it’s possible to rent out again.