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In this post, I will make few examples again, using different Reordering Policy for the same case. Before each example, I will put conditions. In my previous post, I use only setup on Reordering Policy and null on Sales Order and Inventory stock. Now, I will make actual demand with Sales Order.
Fixed Reorder Qty.
Sales Order Quantity
Sales Order Date
Safety Stock Quantity
Minimum Order Quantity
Maximum Order Quantity
Quantity on Demand
Fixed Reorder Qty.:
Quantity on Demand / Due Date
1.050 / 0D
1.000 / 0D
1.500 / +10D
500 / +10D
550 / +10D
1.000 / +11D
950 / +11D
"Minimum Order Quantity
Thank you so much for these articles, Marko!
But I have a question, what dates are to be assumed as the planning cycle for these scenarios above?
What do you mean by sales order date +10D?
I tried creating the same scenarios, but like in the example of "Minimum Order Quantity
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