Definicja allocation table
The planning tool used by a purchasing organization to allocate stocks of a material among plants at specific periods.
An allocation table consists of items in which the total quantity of a material to be allocated is defined. The quantity of an item is first divided up into the quantities planned for the plant groups. The quantity for each plant group is then divided up into the quantities planned for the individual plants. The source of supply (external vendor or distribution center) is also determined.
How a material is procured is defined at item level. Materials can be procured as follows:Direct delivery from the vendor to recipient (third party) Delivery to the distribution center and then to the recipient Delivery from the distribution center to the recipient (allocation out of warehouse stock)
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