On Logiwa, the picking process works according to the barcode of the items' pack type. It is possible defining the item's barcode based on the item's Pack Type.
If the item barcode is not defined for the pack type, the items are picked based on the default consumer unit. In usual, the defined item pack type is unit. If the barcode is not defined for the secondary pack type, the items are picked unit-based. If the item's barcode is assigned to a specific pack type, the items will be picked based on the assigned pack type.
For example, we have two different item barcodes defined for the two-pack types.
Screen Path: WMS → Setup → Item
The pack types of the item should be defined before.
The barcode of the item should be defined based on the pack type of the item.
For example items, the quantity of the order is 16 and the case quantity is 5. In this case, we can pick (maximum) 3 cases of the items and the rest of the requirement has to be 1 unit item.
Screen Path: WMS → Order Management → Shipment Order
- While picking an order with 16 quantities, if the user scans the case's barcode and enters 16 as quantity, due to the calculation result the quantity is higher than the requirement. We receive a warning message.
- While picking an order with 16 quantities, if the user scans the unit's barcode and enters 3 as qty, only 3 items are picked. The rest of the items should be picked on the next pick.
- In the last case, all the items can be picked unit base scanning the unit pack type's barcode. To pick the items more quickly, it is suggested to pick the items in bulk such as scanning the item's case barcode.
If you would like to pick your orders by case, the suggested pack type can be shown as the case on the Mobile Display Member field on the Picking screens. The picker can easily know how many cases should be picked on the Mobile Display Member field on the Picking screens.
If you would like to see a different package type on the display member, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org. They will figure out the setting for you.
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