Flow: Inventory Pick Transfer Orders

Locations requiring Inventory Put-Away or Picks
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Presenter: Sune Lohse, Chief Strategy Officer

The flow inventory pick for transfer orders of course applies to transfer orders.

So it will look after inventory pick you have made on transfer orders.

So this is now a transfer order I have prepared, we want to ship it because it’s a pick, it’s the outbound process we are going from location distribute and I need to release my transfer order which is the standard way of doing it, standard functionality, and create an inventory pick just like this.

So now we have made the pick activity for that transfer order.

This means the warehouse people when they get a heads up, they can now go and pick the transfer order, they can use the action inventory pick for transfer orders, which uses the transfer order number you can enter or you can enter the item number in the next window.

But hereby it will just start the loop asking you to pick this item 10.12 on bin code 16.02.

State the bin code or confirm the bin code and I’ll just take one for the example not to delete my transfer order, meaning my transfer order would be deleted when I post it.

The other item number and the bin code 16.09, you go and confirm it.

And you could change it of course, you can change quantities, etc, now that you’re done, we want to post, yes please, and you post the activity.

So now we have used this functionality to find and post the transfer order, we have shipped– ops sorry about that.

We have shipped three and five and made a post to transfer shipment.