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Gross Req Planning that don't consider backlog planning

Former Member
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Hi,

I am using gross requirement planning with repetitive manufacturing for mining coal.

My client want reduction of planning by GR is done in one day only.

I don;t use consumption backwards forwards so over GR do not reduction next day or yesterday planning

They also want that remaining planning unconsumed that day that will become backlog

is exclude from MRP.

can I exclude the backlog planning in MRP run so MRP run is always consider planning from today to future only?

Any idea is very appreciated, please help.

Best regards,

Freddy Ha

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madlercm
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Hi Freddy,

I guess that you have daily PIRs defined.

Then you run MRP, which creates planned orders, and you use repetitive manufacturing to create replenishment, and then do GI during the day.

At the end of the day you can run either MD74 or MD75 (check to see which serves you better), which will delete unconsumed planning (backlog).

Regards,

Mario

Former Member
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Hi,

sorry for late reply,

yup i tried your solution and it works like i want.

Thank you very much for your great help.

Best regards,

Freddy Ha

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