We currently have 2 warehouses and 2 plants but are discussing combining the warehouses so that one warehouse will feed 2 plants.
Directly procured parts will still be delivered directly to the separate plants
What are the possible pitfalls in combining the 2 warehouses?
What master data settings will cause the biggest problems
Thanks in advance
Jürgen L replied
I recommend to follow the physics.
Do not combine 2 warehouse that are located apart from each other, even it is technically possible.
If it is just one physical warehouse which was splitted into two because of 2 plants, then combine it.
One warehouse means, theat the data in WM1 and WM2 is not anymore individual to a specific warehouse as it is right now
Further, the users have always to enter the plant if they create TOs manually, which was not the case with individual warehouses per plant.