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Automatic packing using VAS

babuponimmanuel
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Hello Team,

We have a requirement from client

For an outbound delivery order, warehouse executive will pick material packed in inner carton (during putaway the stock is placed in inner carton).

Once it is picked, in pack workstation the warehouse executive will generate the inner carton label and based on the packing matrix below, system has to choose the outer carton and pack. Once packing is done system has to generate outer carton label

For example If ODO is for Material 1 (packed in IC1) of 5 quantity has to be picked, during packing stage, system has to choose OC1 outer carton, 5 quantity has to placed and rest 3 has to be filled with empty IC1

In second case If ODO is for Material 2 (packed in IC2) of 3 quantity has to be picked, during packing stage, system has to choose OC2 outer carton, 3 quantity has to placed in it and rest 2 has to be filled with empty IC2

If ODO is for Material 2 (packed in IC2) of 6 quantity has to be picked, during packing stage, system has to choose OC2 outer carton, 6 quantity has to placed in it and rest 2 has to be filled with empty IC2-2

This is the requirement.

I thought of using VAS, but need to explore if in VAS we can have this variation in quantity to be packed in VAS pack spec and also generate inner carton label and outer carton labels via VAS.

Please let me know if you have smarter solution than this.

Also let me know if we can do automatic packing once picking is complete and once the small cartons are in pack work centre. I tried to find option of automatic packing in /scwm/vasexec, but couldn’t figure out.

Please assist.

former_member747466
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one inner carton with 8 quantity inside it ? or 8 inner carton with each material inside it individually? you'd better describe it clearly for some colleagues give a solution. just a reminder.

babuponimmanuel
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8 inner carton with each material inside it individually.

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