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EGN_5623 Transportation Planning

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Transportation Planning Transportation Planning      EGN 5623   Enterprise Systems Optimization  EGN 5623   Enterprise Systems Optimization (Professional MSEM) (Professional MSEM) Fall, 2011  Fall, 2011 
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Transportation Planning Transportation Planning Theories & Concepts Theories & Concepts  EGN 5623   Enterprise Systems Optimization  EGN 5623   Enterprise Systems Optimization (Professional MSEM) (Professional MSEM) Fall, 2011  Fall, 2011 
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Transportation Planning (Overview) Transportation Planning (Overview) Transportation planning: This planning is carried out after delivery note is created in the sales (fulfillment) process. It is either executed automatically several times per day to deliver in batches, or manually by the transportation planner. Objective of Transportation planning: To group delivery into shipment in order to minimize the number of shipment and the length of the shipments.
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TP/VS in SCM (review) TP/VS in SCM (review) THEORY AND PRACTICE OF ADVANCED PLANNER AND OPTIMIZER IN SUPPLY CHAIN DOMAIN by Sam Bansal
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Transportation Planning Overview Transportation Planning Overview Inputs to transportation planning: due date of customers’ orders, calendars of customers for loading and unloading, capacity restriction of vehicles, vehicle availability, and incompatibility (e.g. of the goods and locations). TP/VS offers an optimization tool for transportation plan. The transportation planning creates “shipments” in APO.
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Transportation Planning Overview Transportation Planning Overview After creation of a shipment, the subsequent process steps are to select a carrier and to release the shipment. The shipment is transferred to ERP after it is released in APO.
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Order Life Cycle for Transportation  Order Life Cycle for Transportation  Planning Planning
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Transportation Planning Process in APO Transportation Planning Process in APO 1. Create shipments in TP/VS 2. Assign transportation resource to each shipment 3. Assign carrier(s) to each shipment 4. Release shipments
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Transportation Planning Overview Transportation Planning Overview The common process flow is to create deliveries in ERP first before running TP/VS. It is important that TP/VS is designed for the transportation planning of a production or trading company and not a transport service provider since TP/VS doesn’t cover some of their common functional requirement but require the master data for products, location, and resources.
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Transportation Planning Overview Transportation Planning Overview Planning in TP/VS is possible for orders which contain a start location (LOCFROM) and a destination location (LOCTO). Inbound documents: purchase orders Outbound documents: delivery notes, sales orders, stock transfer orders, and return orders.
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