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Best way to have partial skids

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Category: Almyta Control System (ACS) and ABC Inventory
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Forum Discription: Inventory operations
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Topic: Best way to have partial skids
Posted By: halyung
Subject: Best way to have partial skids
Date Posted: 01 Mar 2017 at 1:51pm
We have inventory items (skids of paper) that come in 48,000 and  30,000 and 8,000 sheets to a skid.
Those skids have boxes of 500 sheets, so the 30000 has 60 boxes, etc.

So we can receive SKIDS *and* partial shipments... how do I set up my UOM and packages so that I can receive (95% of the time) skids of paper, but then also receive (5% of the time) partial shipments - and be able to know how many SHEETS I have in stock.  Any suggestions?

Much thanks in advance!   Heart ACS!



Replies:
Posted By: Debra
Date Posted: 06 Mar 2017 at 10:00am

Hi, is your smallest unit of issue a single SHEET? 

Thanks for a kind feedback!



Posted By: halyung
Date Posted: 07 Mar 2017 at 9:07am
No, a SKID has numerous BOXES, each with a # of SHEETS.  If we need to ship a broken up SKID that normally has 80 BOXES and ship lets say 20 BOXES... that's the issue.  Most of the time we ship and receive SKIDS, but the supplier likes to know how many SHEETS we have in stock (they don't track SKIDS per se. - if they order 500,000 SHEETS it comes as an order for 50 SKIDS on our shipper order.

Thanks
Paul



Posted By: MarkT
Date Posted: 05 Feb 2018 at 11:34am
I was wondering if someone could please answer halyung's question. We have the same situation

Thank you,
Mark


Posted By: Debra
Date Posted: 21 Feb 2018 at 5:47am
 Does each box contain same number of units (sheets of paper)? Also, if the sheets are boxes then I would use the term Pallet. If not, it would be rather a skid.



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