MRP Production Request
Allows you to use Manufacturing Request as a previous step to Manufacturing Orders for better manufacture planification.
MRP Production Request
This module extends the functionality of Manufacturing to allow you to use Manufacturing Request (MR) as a previous step to Manufacturing Orders (MO).
To configure this module to automatically generate Manufacturing Requests from procurement orders instead of directly create manufacturing orders yo need to:
- Go to the products that you want them to trigger manufacturing orders.
- Go to the Inventory tab.
- Check the route manufacture and the box Manufacturing Request.
To use this module, you need to:
- Go to Manufacturing > Manufacturing Requests.
- Create a manufacturing request or open a existing one (assigned to you or created from a procurement).
- If you click on Request approval button the user assigned as approver will added to the thread.
- If you are the approver you can either click on Approve or Reject buttons.
- Rejecting a MR will cancel associated procurements and propagate this cancellation.
- Approving a MR will allow to create manufacturing orders.
- You can manually set to done a request by clicking in the button Done.
To create MOs from MRs you have to:
- Go to approved manufacturing request.
- Click on the button Create Manufacturing Order.
- In the opened wizard, click on Compute lines so you will have a quantity proposed for creating a MO. This quantity is the maximum quantity you can produce with the current stock available in the source location.
- Use the proposed quantity or change it and click on Create MO at the bottom of the wizard.
NOTE: This module does not restrict the quantity that can be converted from a MR to MOs. It is in hands of the user to decide when a MR is ended and to set it to Done state.
Known issues / Roadmap
- Take into account workstations.
- Take into account consumable products.
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