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Additional MRP Scheduling Terminology

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Additional MRP Scheduling Terminology Gross Requirements On-hand Net requirements Planned order receipt Planned order release
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MRP Plan Item: C Description: Seat subassembly Lot Size: 230 units Lead Time: 2 weeks Gross requirements 150 1 230 0 2 0 0 3 0 120 4 0 5 0 150 6 0 120 7 0 8 0 Scheduled  receipts Projected  on-hand  inventory Planned  receipts Planned order  releases 37 Week 0 0
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MRP Plan Figure 15.5 Item: C Description: Seat subassembly Lot Size: 230 units Lead Time: 2 weeks Gross requirements 150 1 230 0 2 0 0 3 0 120 4 0 5 0 150 6 0 120 7 0 8 0 Scheduled  receipts Projected  on-hand  inventory Planned  receipts Planned order  releases 37 Week 0 0 Explanation: Gross requirements are the total demand for  item C. Projected on-hand inventory in week  1 is 37 + 230 – 150
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MRP Plan Figure 15.5 Item: C Description: Seat subassembly Lot Size: 230 units Lead Time: 2 weeks Gross requirements 150 1 230 117 0 2 0 0 3 0 120 4 0 5 0 150 6 0 120 7 0 8 0 Scheduled  receipts Projected  on-hand  inventory Planned  receipts Planned order  releases 37 Week 0 0
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