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  1. Co-Product Manufacturing(235)SAP Best Practices for Discrete Manufacturing V1.603 (China) SAP Best Practices

  2. Purpose This scenario enables you to produce more than one material within one production order, which is often required in disassembly processes, such as cutting of tin. Benefits One or more components are used as input materials in the same production order. Two or more materials are produced simultaneously The main production costs are distributed among the most important products, including production variances Production orders can be settled during period-end closing Key process flows covered Creation of production order for co-production Check of material availability Production order execution for co-production Production order settlement Scenario Overview – 1 Purpose and Benefits:

  3. Required SAP ECC 6.03 Company roles involved in process flows Production Planner Warehouse Clerk Product Cost Controller Shop floor specialist Scenario Overview – 2 SAP Applications Required:

  4. Co-Product Manufacturing This scenario describes a business process, where more than one product is produced within one production order, which is often required in disassembly processes. Furthermore, the scenario is supported by the main cost object controlling functions required, such as preliminary costing and period-end closing. The scenario starts with the creation of a production order for co-production. This order can be created by SOP (Sales and Operation Planning), by using planned independent requirements or by creating the production order directly. Material availability check and surplus inventory of co-products Production order execution for co-production. This includes the steps of production order release, material staging, component consumption, goods receipt and order confirmation Production oder settlement with the additional step of preliminary cost settlement Scenario Overview – 3 Detailed Process Description:

  5. Yes No Process Flow Diagram Co-Product Manufacturing Event Beginning of Planning Cycle Finished Product Strate-gic Planner Logistics Planning (144) Production Planner Material Requirements Planning at Plant Level & Evaluation of Stock / Requirement List Planned Independent Requirements Release Production Order Material Available? Check surplus stock Convert Planned Order to Production Order Purchase Requisition Planned Orders Manufacturing Confirmation of production Material Staging for Production Orders Ware-house Clerk Goods Issue/ Backflush Goods Receipt Product cost controlling Preliminary settlement for co-products Plant controlling Period End Closing “General” Plant (181) Buyer Procurement w/o QM (130)

  6. Diagram Connection Legend <Function> Hardcopy / Document External to SAP Financial Actuals Business Activity / Event Budget Planning Unit Process Manual Process Process Reference Existing Version / Data Sub-Process Reference System Pass/Fail Decision Process Decision