Está en la página 1de 44

SCM Extended Warehouse Management 7.

0 Overview

Solution Management EWM SAP AG

AGENDA
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Introduction and Overview Graphical Warehouse Layout Resource Management Cross-Docking Production Supply Continuous Improvements

SCM Extended Warehouse Management

Newest warehouse management application from SAP on the SCM platform Developed as an integral part of our Supply Chain Management Solution Designed to handle business requirements from simple to complex warehouses for companies in a variety of industry sectors Release 5.0 general availability since November 2006 Release 5.1 general availability since May 2008 Release 7.0 general availability since May 2009

SAP: 16+ Years of Warehousing Expertise

R/3 R/3 Release Release 2.0/2.1 3.0/3.1

R/3 Release 4.0

R/3 Release 4.5

R/3 Release 4.6

R/3 Release 4.7 EE1

R/3 Release 4.7 EE2

SCM EWM 5.0


Slotting Rearrangement Warehouse Orders Warehouse Monitor Internal Routing

SCM EWM 5.1


Labor Mgmt MFS WH Cockpit RFID Integr. Batch Mgmt Serial Nr Catch Weight ESA

SCM EWM 7.0

SCM EWM 7.1

Storage Units Parallel Processing

Integration PP QM LIS

Rough Workload Estimate Picking Waves/ Two Step picking Warehouse Monitor Integration to HR

Decentralized WM Prototype of RF

Native RF/ SAP Console HUM Packing Stn

Task and Resource Management

ERP EWM XD YM VAS

2005

Graphical Integration WH Layout to Transp. Production processes Supply *Reverse Merchandise Logistics Distrib. XD enhancements Task Interleaving

1993

1995

1997

1998

2000

2002

2003

2006

2008

2009

2010

Extending the Scope of our Warehousing solutions

Enterprise, Service Parts Execution and Network Focus

Integrated Scenario

Decentralized ERP Scenario

ERP
Logistics
WM

Other ERP

ERP ERP
SCM EWM Add-On

FI/CO

SAP ERP
WM

SAP LES

SAP LES

Extended Extended Extended WM WM WM

SAP SCM

Dec WM = full SAP ECC system

SAP Warehouse Management in mySAP ERP (integrated or decentralized WM)

SCM Extended Warehouse Management

Enterprise Focus

SPE / Network Focus

AGENDA
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Introduction and Overview Graphical Warehouse Layout Resource Management Cross-Docking Production Supply Continuous Improvements

Graphical Warehouse Layout

Defines the structure of the warehouse layout and yard using a 2D graphical tool that allows you to create the warehouse/yard structure visually, improving and accelerating configuration Provides graphical 2D representation of the warehouse and the yard of the warehouse enabling you to visualize warehouse activities and allow interactive interventions Displays resources and status information Displays yard resources, e.g., vehicles and trucks, and allows color coding or logos to be used in order to track status progress in yard Allows navigation from graphics to related information

Easy Graphics Framework

Mapping for EGF

Data preparation and functionality

Back end (already existing Core functions)

Graphical Representa tion of Warehouse

Other technology For next release

Mapping

Select Warehouse to View


Enter Warehouse Number to view graphically:

Visual Representation of Selected Warehouse

Zoom Possibilities To Bin Level

Link to Storage Bin Characteristics

Using the left mouse click on the storage bin, we can immediately see the most important characteristics of the storage bin

Link to Storage Bin Maintenance Transaction

Using the right mouse click, we can go directly into the storage bin maintenance transaction.

Status Overview of Objects:

Conveyors

Selecting the conveyor status allows us to see that three conveyors need attention

AGENDA
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Introduction and Overview Graphical Warehouse Layout Resource Management Cross-Docking Production Supply Continuous Improvements

Resource Management

Three Types of Optimization

To optimize the work with RF devices in a warehouse, we focus on three types of optimization:
Task interleaving: a process by which a resource, having just completed and confirmed a task, is assigned a new task, the source of which is close to the resources current location Execution constraint: enables you to control the execution of tasks in predefined zones of a site, preventing resource bottlenecks and ensuring the workability of the semi-system guided mode of task selection Semi-system guided work: whenever the user has finished his actual task and requests new work, the system checks the available open tasks in an area and sends a user to this area without assigning a specific task

Task Interleaving

Queue Types for Task Sequencing


Inbound Internal Outbound

Execution Constraint

To optimize the work with RF devices in a warehouse, we focus on three types of optimization:
Task interleaving: a process by which a resource, having just completed and confirmed a task, is assigned a new task, the source of which is close to the resources current location Execution constraint: enables you to control the execution of tasks in predefined zones of a site, preventing resource bottlenecks and ensuring the workability of the semi-system guided mode of task selection Semi-system guided work: whenever the user has finished his actual task and requests new work, the system checks the available open tasks in an area and sends a user to this area without assigning a specific task

Execution Constraint Example


EC 1 2 Combinati on ZN04 1 2 ZN06 1 2 Zone Resource Types 1 x Picker; 1 x Simple Forklift 4 x Pickers 2 x Pickers; 1 x Simple Forklift 5 x Pickers

There are currently four pickers subscribed to the destination zone ZN06 so EC 2 is available. However, since the source zone ZN04 has reached its capacity of four pickers, EC 1 is unavailable. Since the movement task is subscribed to an unavailable EC, it cannot be assigned to the worker, Marcus.

Semi-System Guided Work

To optimize the work with RF devices in a warehouse, we focus on three types of optimization: Task interleaving: a process by which a resource, having just completed and confirmed a task, is assigned a new task, the source of which is close to the resource's current location Execution constraint: enables you to control the execution of tasks in predefined zones of a site, preventing resource bottlenecks and ensuring the workability of the semi-system guided mode of task selection Semi-system guided work: whenever the user has finished his actual task and requests new work, the system checks the available open tasks in an area and sends a user to this area without assigning a specific task

Semi-System Guided Work Example (cont.)

AGENDA
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Introduction and Overview Graphical Warehouse Layout Resource Management Cross-Docking Production Supply Continuous Improvements

Cross-Docking

Cross-docking is a method of materials processing by which materials that have arrived at the warehouse are brought from goods receipt directly to goods issue without being put away:
Retail Merchandise XD is an existing cross-docking scenario in SAP ERP 6.0 with Retail Solution switched on. Merchandise Distribution is essential for logistics processes in the retail industry. The retailers plan, control, and manage their flow of merchandise from the vendors via distribution centers to the stores or customers. Opportunistic cross-docking allows incoming deliveries to be redirected to cover outbound requirements. The cross-docking decision is made in EWM based on information available in the warehouse. Production cross-docking and production supply cross-docking. Opportunistic cross-docking for production supply.

Merchandise Distribution Cross-Docking: Inbound and Outbound Deliveries

Vendor
Run Collective PO Receive Purchase Order

SAP Retail
Plan Allocation

EWM

Create Purchase Order Inbound delivery -Ultimate consignee for HU -CD processing method - Item type - Difference indicator - PO number/item

Handling Unit (HU) -Ultimate consignee for HU

Send ASN/ inbound delivery

Create ASN/ inbound delivery

Inbound delivery -CD processing method -PO number/item -Item type -Warehouse process type -Stock type

Create planned outbound delivery

Outbound delivery -PO number/item -CD processing method - Item type - Difference indicator

Distribution Data

Outbound delivery -PO number/item - Item type - Warehouse process type -CD processing method - Stock type

CD: Cross-Docking

Example 1: Retail Cross-Docking: CustomerSpecific Pre-Packed Mixed HU


Door
UC1 Mat A Mat B Mat A Mat B

Goods Receipt
UC1

Active HU Warehouse Task (WT) Active Material Pick WT Inactive Material Pick WT Deconsolidation *UC1: Ultimate Consignee1

Inb.Del.Ref. Deleted

Final Storage Type

UC1 Mat A Mat B Mat A Mat B

UC1

Door

Goods Issue

Example 2: Retail Cross-Docking: Mixed Handling Unit Within Ship-HU


Door
UC1

Goods Receipt

Active HU WT Active Material Pick WT Inactive Material Pick WT Deconsolidation

Inb.Del.Ref. Deleted

Final Storage Type

Door

Goods Issue

Merchandise Distribution-Flow Through: Distribution by Customer (n:m Relationship)

Outb-1 CUST1
Material

Material 2 CUST1 10 10 10 10 10 10 CUST2 10 10

Outb-2 CUST1
Material 3

Outb-3 CUST2
STAG AREA1 DOOR1
Material 3 Material 2

10 10 10

CUST3 10

STAG AREA2

DOOR2

Outb-4 CUST3
Material 3

10 10 10

CUST4 10 10

Outb-5 CUST4
Material 1 Material 2

CD Storage Type Pick by (all) customer to distribute the products to the intermediate bins = Warehouse Order (WO) 1 = WO 2 = WO 3 = WO 4

Pick by customer, limit to number of staging areas (here 2) = WO 1 = WO 2

Merchandise Distribution-Flow Through: Distribution by Article (n:m Relationship)


Outb-1 CUST1
MAT1 MAT2

CUST1 10 10 10

Outb-2 CUST1
MAT3

Outb-3 CUST2
10 10 CUST2 10 10 MAT3

STAG AREA1

DOOR1

MAT2

10 10 10

CUST3 10

STAG AREA2

DOOR2

Outb-4 CUST3
MAT3

Outb-5 CUST3
MAT1 10 10 10 10 10 CUST4

Outb-6 CUST4
MAT1 MAT2

CD Storage Type

Putaway by product to distribute the products to the intermediate bins = WO 1 = WO 2 = WO 3

Pick by customer, limit to number of staging areas (two here) = WO 1 = WO 2

Merchandise Distribution-Flow Through: Delivery Adjustment


Underdelivery: (only 20 delivered instead of 30)

Outb-1 CUST1
PO-47-10

Inb-1
PO-47-10

Item10 QTY = 15

10

10

10

10

Start delivery adjustment after GR is complete

PO-47-20

Fairshare: Reduce 15 to 10 for each customer

Item20 QTY = 10

Inb-2
PO-47-20

Outb-2 CUST2
Item10
10 10

PO-47-10

QTY= 15 Item20 QTY=10


PO-47-20

10

10

CD Storage Type

Cross-Docking

Cross-docking is a method of materials processing by which materials that have arrived at the warehouse are brought from goods receipt directly to goods issue without being put away:
Retail Merchandise XD is an existing cross-docking scenario in SAP ERP 6.0 with Retail Solution switched on. Merchandise Distribution is essential for logistic processes in the Retail industry. The retailers plan, control, and manage their flow of merchandise from the vendors via distribution centers to the stores or customers. Opportunistic cross-docking allows incoming deliveries to be redirected to cover outbound requirements. The cross-docking decision is made in EWM based on information available in the warehouse. Production cross-docking and production supply cross-docking. Opportunistic cross-docking for production supply.

Example: Opportunistic Cross-Docking (Homogeneous Handling Unit) Inbound


Goods Receipt Area
IB IB

Counting Station

CUST_Inb

VAS Station Inbound


IB

IB

IB

Inbound Delivery

Active HU WT (Warehouse Task) Active Material Pick WT Inactive Material Pick WT

Outbound Delivery

Final Storage Type

CUST_Outb
OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT

Staging Area

Packing Station Outbound

VAS Station Outbound

Example: Opportunistic Cross-Docking (Homogeneous Handling Unit) Outbound


Goods Receipt Area
IB IB

Counting Station

IB

Inbound Delivery

Active HU WT (Handling Unit Warehouse Task) Active Material Pick WT

Outbound Delivery

Final Storage Type

OUT

OUT

OUT

Staging Area

Packing Station Outbound

AGENDA
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Introduction and Overview Graphical Warehouse Layout Resource Management Cross-Docking Production Supply Continuous Improvements

Production Supply
In order to use a product (component) for a manufacturing order, it has to be brought to the production supply area. When EWM is used, the products have to be picked in the warehouse and moved to the production supply area. There are several ways to provide components that are required for a manufacturing order:
Pick parts/release order parts: The products that are needed as components for an individual order (pick parts) or for multiple orders (release order parts) have to be staged in the production supply area in time and in the required quantity. Crate parts/kanban: Products that are often used in the production area are provided independently from the existing orders. The warehouse is responsible for filling containers as requested by production. Kanban is a specialized way to handle crate parts.

Standard Organizational Structure


Separate EWM storage location: Stocks in the Production Supply Area (PSA) are managed in a separate EWM-managed storage location, providing transparency for the Production Supply Area stocks both in EWM (at bin level) and in ERP (at storage location level).

Warehouse Production Supply Area Storage Location Storage Bin

AFS: Available for Sale ROD: Received on Dock

Alternate Organizational Structure

Non-EWM storage location: The stock in the Production Supply Area(s) is not managed in EWM, but in ERP MM-IM at storage location level.

Warehouse Production Supply Area Storage Location Storage Bin

AFS: Available for Sale ROD: Received on Dock

Alternate Organizational Structure (cont.)

EWM storage location in another EWM Warehouse: The staging to the Production Supply Area is a two-step process: an outbound process from the sending EWM warehouse and an inbound process to the receiving EWM warehouse

Warehouse Production Supply Area Storage Location Storage Bin

AFS: Available for Sale ROD: Received on Dock

Scenario: Pick Parts and Release Order Parts with Two EWM Storage Locations

StLoc: Storage Location POR: Production Supply Delivery Request SPC: Production Supply Delivery PP Order: Production Order CONFIRM_DEC: Confirm Decentrally GI: Goods Issue

Scenario: Crate Parts with Two EWM Storage Locations

Scenario: Kanban Parts with MM-IM Storage Location

AGENDA
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Introduction and Overview Graphical Warehouse Layout Resource Management Cross-Docking Production Supply Continuous Improvements

Continuous Improvement

There are continuous improvements in the following areas:

Warehouse Monitor Extensions in the putaway strategy Improvements in process-oriented storage control for internal processes Handling Unit process improvements Material flow system enhancements

Thank you!

SAP 2007 / Page 43

Copyright 2008 SAP AG All rights reserved


No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or for any purpose without the express permission of SAP AG. The information contained herein may be changed without prior notice. Some software products marketed by SAP AG and its distributors contain proprietary software components of other software vendors. SAP, R/3, mySAP, mySAP.com, xApps, xApp, SAP NetWeaver, Duet, Business ByDesign, ByDesign, PartnerEdge and other SAP products and services mentioned herein as well as their respective logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of SAP AG in Germany and in several other countries all over the world. All other product and service names mentioned and associated logos displayed are the trademarks of their respective companies. Data contained in this document serves informational purposes only. National product specifications may vary. The information in this document is proprietary to SAP. This document is a preliminary version and not subject to your license agreement or any other agreement with SAP. This document contains only intended strategies, developments, and functionalities of the SAP product and is not intended to be binding upon SAP to any particular course of business, product strategy, and/or development. SAP assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in this document. SAP does not warrant the accuracy or completeness of the information, text, graphics, links, or other items contained within this material. This document is provided without a warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement. SAP shall have no liability for damages of any kind including without limitation direct, special, indirect, or consequential damages that may result from the use of these materials. This limitation shall not apply in cases of intent or gross negligence. The statutory liability for personal injury and defective products is not affected. SAP has no control over the information that you may access through the use of hot links contained in these materials and does not endorse your use of third-party Web pages nor provide any warranty whatsoever relating to thirdparty Web pages

Weitergabe und Vervielfltigung dieser Publikation oder von Teilen daraus sind, zu welchem Zweck und in welcher Form auch immer, ohne die ausdrckliche schriftliche Genehmigung durch SAP AG nicht gestattet. In dieser Publikation enthaltene Informationen knnen ohne vorherige Ankndigung gendert werden. Einige von der SAP AG und deren Vertriebspartnern vertriebene Softwareprodukte knnen Softwarekomponenten umfassen, die Eigentum anderer Softwarehersteller sind. SAP, R/3, mySAP, mySAP.com, xApps, xApp, SAP NetWeaver, Duet, Business ByDesign, ByDesign, PartnerEdge und andere in diesem Dokument erwhnte SAP-Produkte und Services sowie die dazugehrigen Logos sind Marken oder eingetragene Marken der SAP AG in Deutschland und in mehreren anderen Lndern weltweit. Alle anderen in diesem Dokument erwhnten Namen von Produkten und Services sowie die damit verbundenen Firmenlogos sind Marken der jeweiligen Unternehmen. Die Angaben im Text sind unverbindlich und dienen lediglich zu Informationszwecken. Produkte knnen lnderspezifische Unterschiede aufweisen. Die in diesem Dokument enthaltenen Informationen sind Eigentum von SAP. Dieses Dokument ist eine Vorabversion und unterliegt nicht Ihrer Lizenzvereinbarung oder einer anderen Vereinbarung mit SAP. Dieses Dokument enthlt nur vorgesehene Strategien, Entwicklungen und Funktionen des SAPProdukts und ist fr SAP nicht bindend, einen bestimmten Geschftsweg, eine Produktstrategie bzw. -entwicklung einzuschlagen. SAP bernimmt keine Verantwortung fr Fehler oder Auslassungen in diesen Materialien. SAP garantiert nicht die Richtigkeit oder Vollstndigkeit der Informationen, Texte, Grafiken, Links oder anderer in diesen Materialien enthaltenen Elemente. Diese Publikation wird ohne jegliche Gewhr, weder ausdrcklich noch stillschweigend, bereitgestellt. Dies gilt u. a., aber nicht ausschlielich, hinsichtlich der Gewhrleistung der Marktgngigkeit und der Eignung fr einen bestimmten Zweck sowie fr die Gewhrleistung der Nichtverletzung geltenden Rechts. SAP bernimmt keine Haftung fr Schden jeglicher Art, einschlielich und ohne Einschrnkung fr direkte, spezielle, indirekte oder Folgeschden im Zusammenhang mit der Verwendung dieser Unterlagen. Diese Einschrnkung gilt nicht bei Vorsatz oder grober Fahrlssigkeit. Die gesetzliche Haftung bei Personenschden oder die Produkthaftung bleibt unberhrt. Die Informationen, auf die Sie mglicherweise ber die in diesem Material enthaltenen Hotlinks zugreifen, unterliegen nicht dem Einfluss von SAP, und SAP untersttzt nicht die Nutzung von Internetseiten Dritter durch Sie und gibt keinerlei Gewhrleistungen oder Zusagen ber Internetseiten Dritter ab. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.

SAP 2007 / Page 44