Stock code configuration will determine how Bitlog Wms should work with this stock code.


Stored as

First step is to decide how you should handle your stock code and set "Stored as".


FREE

Default configuration is Free, and this means that stock code isn't configured. Bitlog Wms will not provide any stock reloads and item will be handled as Pieces.

PIECES

Set your stock code to Pieces if you want it to be handled as pieces in the system.
Pieces is used when you have picking place/area, stock reload and/or use configurations like for ex. Expiry product or Production batch no.
You will inbound, stock move, stock take and outbound this stock code in pieces.

BOXES and Items per box

If stock code is configured as BOX. You will need to set value for Items per box, >1.
Bitlog Wms will handled this stock code as a BOX. Bitlog Wms will only allow you to inbound, stock move, stock take and outbound complete boxes to and from buffer bin no's.
A complete box is based on value in Items per box.
This means that you can't split a box in buffer, Bitlog Wms only allows you to split boxes when inbounding, stock take or outbounding to and from a picking place(s).
If stock code is configured as BOX, Bitlog Wms will help user to convert data to box quantity in buffer locations. So that users only need to know the amount of boxes in buffer bin no's.

PALLETS

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If stock code is configured as any type of Pallet. Bitlog Wms will handled this stock code as a pallet in the whole system. System will know that this item is stored as pallet in buffer and deep buffer locations. Whole pallets are counted during stock take and during movements whole pallets are moved. It is also possible to pick and deliver a whole pallet.

Pallet Types

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Bitlog Wms allows you to set up your own types. Euro pallet is the most common pallet type to use.

Pallet Status

0 = Registered (Created but not yet received from Stock Receive - Pallet)
1 = Received (Receive via Pallet Receive and available balance in Bitlog Wms)
2 = Shipped (Picked and Delivered via Outgoing goods, directly from buffer)
3 = Allocated (Allocated during picking via Outgoing goods)
4 = Reloading (Ongoing stock reload)
5 = Reloaded (Stock reload is preformed)
6 = Destroyed (Pallet is destroyed by user)
7 = Mismatch (Batch balance mismatch with Pallet quantity)
8 = Setup (Used when starting up with Bitlog Wms, batch balance will be created during stock take)
9 = Exported (Pallet is exported to external warehouse, balanced only in ERP not in Wms)
10 = Imported (Pallet is imported from external warehouse into picking warehouse)
11 = Produced (Pallet is produced, used when creating pallets and batches in Wms for balance in ERP)
12 = Away (Used when putting away pallets from Bitlog Wms Manager)

Serial numbers

If enabled, serial numbers needs to be scanned or entered manually during picking/outbound of stock code.
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Expiry product

If enabled, best before date needs to be set during inbound, import and/or stock take. During movement and picking best before dates are visible and can be scan able.
Best before date is always visible if enabled. It is possible to scan barcode to set/confirm date.
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Disable batch picking

If enabled, Bitlog Wms server will exclude stock code during batch picking.

Truck-picking

N/A

Mandatory production batch no

If enabled, batch no needs to be scanned or entered manually during inbound, import and/or stock take. Can be visible during outbound/picking.
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Allow pallet/buffer picking and minimum number of pieces/boxes for buffer picking

If enabled, Bitlog Wms allows picking directly from buffer locations. Not deep buffer.
And if stock code is configured as PIECES/BOX it is possible to set minimum number of qty that Bitlog Wms should allow you to pick from buffer.

Picking priority

If set for stock code and sorting option is set to Sort by Picking Priority. Items will lowest value will be in the top of the picking list.

Assign/Change Picking place/area

Assign or change picking place/area to stock code. Is need if picking reload level and with is used.

Picking reload level

Set quantity that Bitlog Wms will use during calculations of Movement tasks.

Picking reload with

Set quantity that Bitlog Wms will use for creating Movement tasks.






Assign/Change Buffer place/area

Assign or change picking place/area to stock code. Is need if picking reload level and with is used.

Buffer reload level

Set quantity that Bitlog Wms will use during calculations of Movement tasks.

Buffer reload with

Set quantity that Bitlog Wms will use for creating Movement tasks.

Suggest bin

If stock code is configured with picking area suggest bin will be available to set.


Free

Suggested bin will be Picking area

Current

Suggested bin will be a picking place with current stock balance

Current with check

Suggested bin will be a picking place with current stock balance and checks will be made that inbound/movement task will fit that bin.