In the Lot size tab of Mat Master, there is a field called MAX STOCK LEVEL. Its F1 reads such.
Use in Supply Network Planning (SNP)
In Supply Network Planning (SNP), you can use the maximum stock level to specify a product-specific upper stock bound for optimization-based planning. The SNP optimizer regards the upper stock bound as a soft constraint that can be violated subject to the calculation of penalty costs. These penalty costs are specified by the optimizer - they cannot be set in the master data"
Appreciate an example in a scenario where there are gradient penalties for non-delivery, procurement costs, storage costs, production costs and transportation costs maintained across all locations (production, DC, Customers) We use SNP Linear Optimizer and I am aware that SNP Optimizer Profile has the option to consider this as a 'Capacity' Constraint. We needed a transparent way of defining "Warehouse Storage Capacity" without having to use a storage resource.