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Swicthing over from discrete manufacturing to repetitive manufacturing


Our client is presently having discrete manufacturing scenario, pl suggest what points to be taken care to swicth over to repetitive manufacturing.

Mainly what would be cut off activities.



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Dear Kumar,

1.First clear all the post processing records from COGI.

2.Then settle all the production order's using CO88 and then close the production order's.

2.Delete all the existing planned orders (only for the Inhouse manufactured products).

3.Ensure there is no more planned order or production order in the system for the products for which

you are planning to go with REM.

4.While creating prod.version you have to combine the BOM and rate routing(Instead of a normal

routing,rate routing is used in REM)So you have to create rate routings for all the products that are

inhouse manufactured.

5.You have to create prod.versions for all the In-house manufactured products for which confirmations

are going to be made in MFBF.

6.Create a REM profile in OSP2 and make the necessary config settings in OPU5 for order type PE.

7,Assign the REM profile,REM allowed indicator in MRP4 view of the material master and also relevant

to REM in the prod.version.

8.Create product cost collectors for all the products for which prod.versions has been created.

9.Use KKF6M and KKF6N.

10.If you have assigned a REM profile which requires a std.cost estimate for backflushing then execute


11.After taking MRP run for these products ensure the order type is of RS quantity with type PE.

Check and revert back.



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