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Repetitive Manufacturing. SAP Best Practices. Purpose, Benefits, and Key Process Steps. Purpose Repetitive Manufacturing is commonly used when a production process meets the following criteria: The same or similar products are produced over a lengthy period of time.

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repetitive manufacturing

Repetitive Manufacturing

SAP Best Practices

purpose benefits and key process steps
Purpose, Benefits, and Key Process Steps
  • Purpose
      • Repetitive Manufacturing is commonly used when a production process meets the following criteria:
          • The same or similar products are produced over a lengthy period of time.
          • The products produced are not manufactured in individually defined lots. Instead, a total quantity is produced over a certain period at a certain rate per part-period.
          • The products produced always follow the same sequence through the machines and work centers in production.
          • Routings tend to be simple and do not vary much.
  • Benefits
      • Simplified handling of the production process with full cost control
  • Key Process Steps
      • Creating Planned Independent Requirements
      • Material Requirements Planning at Plant Level
      • In-House Production
      • Confirming Assembly Activities
required sap applications and company roles
Required SAP Applications and Company Roles
  • Required SAP Applications
      • Enhancement package 6 for SAP ERP 6.0
  • Company Roles
      • Shop Floor Specialist
      • Production Planner
      • Warehouse Clerk
      • Production Supervisor
detailed process description
Detailed Process Description
  • Repetitive Manufacturing
    • Make to stock production REM
      • Repetitive Manufacturing is in this case a purely for make-to-stock production based on run schedule headers. This means that production is controlled without a direct reference to the sales order. Run schedule quantities determine the dates and quantities. Requirements are created in Demand Management.
    • Make to stock production REM-Material requirement Planning
      • The daily MRP run generates planned orders for the material that is to be produced. The system automatically generates purchase requisitions for purchased parts within the 3-month opening period for the planned order.
    • Make to stock production REM-Planning table
      • Within the framework of repetitive manufacturing, planning and control is carried out on the basis of time buckets. Starting from the existing requirements situation.
    • Make to stock production REM-Backflushing
      • Production completion confirmations are simplified and are made with reference to the material being produced. The completion confirmation includes the backflushing of components and the posting of production costs
    • Make to stock production REM-Cost Object Controlling
      • In repetitive manufacturing, cost will be determined per production version via a product cost collector (product cost per period).
process flow diagram
Process Flow Diagram

Repetitive Manufacturing


Beginning of Planning Cycle

Periodic Plan Revision

Strategic Planner

Logistics Planning


Production Planner

Create Planned Independent Requirements

Operative MRP

Planning Table

Production Supervisor

Range of Coverage

Warehouse Clerk

Procurement of Stock

Material Staging

Pick List

Shop Floor Specialist

Repetitive Manufacturing Backflush

Post Processing List

End Process

Inventory Consumption @ Standard Cost

Inventory Receipt @ Standard Cost

Reprocessing List

GI/GR Slip

Plant Controller

Period-End Closing “General” Plant Financial Accounting


CO-PA =Profitability Analysis, MRP = Material Requirements Planning, GI/GR = Goods Issue/Goods Receipt


Diagram Connection



Hardcopy / Document

External to SAP

Financial Actuals

Business Activity / Event

Budget Planning

Unit Process

Manual Process

Process Reference

Existing Version / Data

Sub-Process Reference

Process Decision

System Pass/Fail Decision