Difference between revisions of "5.4 Create Outbound Delivery"
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|Transaction :||WingsII – VL01N & VL02N|
Create Outbound Delivery
To create the Outbound delivery follow the path below:
Logistics > Sales and Distribution > Sales > Order > Subsequent functions > Outbound Delivery
Enter the Sales Order from which the Outbound Delivery has to be generated, enter "LP00" for "International loading point" as Shipping Point. Depending on whether the goods are shipped all together or in partial shipments, select the lines of interest by by entering the line number in the fields 'From item' & 'To item. If no line selection is entered, the system picks up automatically all the material lines in the SO. Click on enter :
The system derives the line items selected from the SO in to the Outbound Delivery as well as the ship-to-party information.
When it is required to issue several deliveries from one SO (e.g. multiple dispatches of wide cargo or due to partial availability of items) the material lines in the SO have to be ordered by ranges representing the lots. Go to "Create Outbound Delivery" thru transaction VL01N to create first delivery from SO; enter the first material of the lot in the “From item” field and the last material of the lot in the “To item” field.
In case the same material has to be shipped out in 2 different lots, when creating the Outbound Delivery decrease the quantity to match with first lot; the system will automatically decrease the required quantity for the forthcoming Outbound Delivery to its balance:
In case the Partner asks for extra materials once the fist lot has left the warehouse, thereof the Good Issue has been posted against the Outbound Delivery, go to "Change Outbound Delivery" thru transaction VL02N, click on Outbound Delivery on the top menu, select Deliver Sales Order and pick the new material codes added on the SO on a later stage.
Fill in the Actual Goods Issue date and enter the Number of Packages (which is the total number of packages on the Packing List) in the Overview screen:
To complete the Outbound Delivery all the mandatory fields have to be entered; go to "Change Outbound Delivery" thru transaction VL02N, and enter the Outbound Delivery number:
To edit all mandatory fields select:
Edit > Incompletion log
A message such as the following will appear:
| Update Sales Order Status to enable Delivery|
|Transaction :||WingsII – LX03|
Select Batches to be associated to the Delivery
The Bin Status Report is used to identify and select the batches to be issued out from WMS. To access this report follow the patch below:
Logistics > Logistics Execution > Internal Whse Processes > Bins and Stock > Display
In the Initial Screen enter the fields ‘Warehouse Number’ and ‘Layout’ with proper information:
From the drop down menu choose the warehouse to be used for the Outbound Delivery:
For the Layout choose ‘PO GR TO’:
Enter the Material Code from the Sales Order to be checked and press ‘Enter’:
Filter also for the WBS element relevant for the stock owner to be utilised. Take note of the batch number(s) that best suit the quantity required (FIFO methodology has to be applied; please refer to your senior storekeeper and/or your Logistics Assistant/Officer regarding the bins to be selected):
| Complete Outbound Delivery|
|Transaction :||WingsII – VL02N|
Complete Outbound Delivery
Open the Outbound Delivery document created before in order to update it with the batch information retrieved above:
Rerun the Incompleteness check:
Edit > Incompletion log
Enter the selected batch(es), the storage locations ‘0002’ and the quantity of each batch selected until the open quantity is fulfilled:
Check and fill the Storage Location for all Line Items:
Click on ‘Next Incomplete Data’ field to edit the other line items that must be completed. Then click again on the ‘Next Incomplete Data’ field to return to the Delivery main page and click on to save it, taking note of the delivery number:
NOTE the system does not allow the picking from the receiving area (Storage Type 902); in case the system does not process al materials in the TO, check if this is the reason why the remaining material – not picked - are not processed; go to transaction LB10 'Display Transfer Requirement: list for Storage Type' to complete the putaway process at receipt time.
Update Delivery with Shipment Information
| Update Delivery with Shipment Information|
|Transaction :||WingsII – VL02N|
If the consignee details have not been inserted in the Ship-to-Party fields of the Sales Order, open the Outbound Delivery document created in order to update it with the Shipment Information:
To edit the Shipment Information, use the following path:
Goto > Header > Partners
Double-click on the Partner Number in ‘Ship-To-Party’ line:
Enter all relevant consignee information:
Complete the Outbound Delivery by entering the code to be associated to the means of transport that will be adopted for the shipment. Go to Change Outbound delivery (transaction VL02N) anc click on the OD header icon:
Click on the 'Shipment' Tab:
Click on the scroll down menu available on the 'Ship.type' field:
Select the code of the means of transport adopted to the shipment:
NOTE:The list of codes to be adopted for UNHRD Outbound Deliveries should be limited to those in the table below where explanation of their adoption is provided:
|Shipping type codes available in WINGS||Shipping type Descriptions available in WINGS||Explanation|
|M1||Air||Air commercial -small cargo-|
|M2||Charter||Air charter - full chartered aircraft-|
Enter also further information on the shipment, when and if available, such as name of Freight Forwarder performing the transport service -Carrier-, notes or remarks and about data grouped below by means of transport; the system carries over those information on the FINAL PACKING LIST output, part in the top-right side and part on the bottom-right side (e.g. notes and remarks)
1) CMR and Seal in case of road transport
2) B/L, Container n. and Seal in case of sea transport
3) AWB, Registration and Flight number in case of airlift
Also it is possible to enter notes for internal use only. To enter this information go to the Outbound Delivery Header by clicking on the button circled in blue below:
Go to the TEXT tab:
Edit the required fields, considering the combination of information grouped above by means of transport as the system excludes fields that are not compatible with ea other (e.g. don't fill in the Container n. if AWB is entered):
Notes and remarks are carried over on the FINAL PACKING LIST after the consignee details:
NOTE All above information can be amended until the GOOD ISSUE is posted.
Delete Outbound Delivery
In case it is required, the Outbound Delivery can be emptied totally or partially and also deleted. To remove one line from the Outbound Delivery, go to transaction VL02N, select the line required to be deleted and click on the Delete Items(s)icon :
The System will prompt for the confirmation of this action:
Click on Yes and save the Outbound Delivery. The System will confirm the action taken by promptly the message below on the bottom of the screen:
Creation of outbound delivery for direct delivery process
When the sale to a partner regards all or some items that are meant to be delivered to final destination directly from suppliers’ location, the Direct Delivery procedure has to be applied. It should be considered that even if it is no strictly required to issue Shipping documents such as UNHRD ‘Proforma Invoice/Packing List’ (e.g. in case of DAP as Incoterms), it is required to issue the Outbound delivery in order to include such shipments in the operational reporting as any other consignment departing from UNHRD warehouses. When creating a SO thru transaction VA01 – Sales Order Creation (ZHNO or ZHWO) or changing a SO thru transaction VA02 –Sales Order Change, add the material lines after the Service lines in order to generate the forthcoming Outbound Delivery. Just proceed as standard process by adding the material lines that will generate the Outbound Delivery and simply select ZDLS as item category, as highlighted in the red box below; in case the items that depart from supplier's location don't exist in WINGS, adopt the most similar item available in the system and adapt the item description:
The system allows to adopt both Item Category ZDLS (for Direct Delivery) and ZNTN (for standard items – External Partners) or ZWRN (for standard items – Internal Partners) on the same SO:
The system generates 2 Outbound Deliveries to eventually track the 2 single type of shipments (the one that departs from HRD depot and the one that departs from Suppliers’ locations).
NOTE: on exceptional base, in case partners request to procure nonstandard items (e.g. local procurement) that simply transit thru the warehouse with the purpose to being shipped to final destination, the Direct Delivery process is applied. This process is mostly applied when items procured are not recommended by the Cluster and on ad-hoc procurement activities.
Go to VL01N Outbound Delivery Creation with ref. of the SO without forcing any other delivery type (e.g. ZS) because the item category ZDLS is automatically transferred from the SO to the Outbound Delivery.
Maintain the batch number (because the material is batch managed in the affected plant) and the Loading point for the supplier. Select any batch number valid for the material processed as this kind of delivery does not take effect on batches in the warehouse:
In case the material required to be shipped from supplier's location does not exist in make sure to change the items description (this should be done already at the SO level) and, more important, change the weights and volume in the Outbound Delivery in order to adapt it to the real cargo composition. In that case, the weights and volumes can be changed in the Picking tab at line level of the Outbound Delivery:
No storage location and picking process is required because the item category is ZDLS and does not affect the warehouse activities.
After maintaining the batches for each item you can post the Goods Issue.
The Good Issue number in the Outbound Deliveries follows the 013* range.
When items are received at final destination, post the Proof of Delivery as per Chapter 6.5 Maintain Proof of Delivery
NOTE: The Outbound Delivery generated from a Direct Delivery process is visible on the various WINGS reports, such as the Logistics Reconciliation Report as any other delivery, with the only difference that the GI value is not reported, because there is no warehouse movement behind the good issue:
The outbound delivery type is derived from the SO type (e.g. ZNLF for External Outbound Delivery and ZWLF for Internal Outbound Delivery):
To define which Outbound Deliveries have been generated with Direct Delivery method, other WINGS monitoring reports such us the Activity Report POD Monitor show the Item category adopted in the SO and data can be filtered from there: