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9. Packing flows

Because the packing station is a fixed location, most of the packing flows run on a fixed touchscreen terminal. The flows on the touchscreen terminal vary in the inputs used for identifying the items to be packed.

  • Packing flow: the flow uses movable location(s) as input
  • Consolidated packing flow: the flow uses pick list(s) and logistic unit(s) as input.
  • Item packing flow: the flow uses a moveable location as an input, but the pick list can be identified by scanning an item.
  • Cash register packing: the flow uses a pick list as an input. The user can perform the picking and packing in one step.

Produmex also provides a packing flow called Mobile packing flow which runs on a scanner. Because the flow does not need a fixed touchscreen, there are less constraints for the packing process with respect to the available packing stations.

Creating button specific barcodes

During the packing flows running on a fixed touchscreen terminal, different buttons will be enabled for you on the screen. There are six buttons, which you do not necessarily have to press on the screen:

  1. Add SSCC
  2. Enter cart manually
  3. Add items
  4. Finish logistic unit
  5. Select all
  6. Skip items

Instead, you have the option to create barcodes which you can scan. The barcode needs to start with '<BUTTON>' and then you need to add the translation key of the given button.

ButtonExamples for barcodes
1.Add SSCC <BUTTON>MSG_BUTTON_PACKING_ADD_SSCC
2.Enter cart manually <BUTTON>MSG_BUTTON_PACKING_IDENTIFY_CART
3.Add items <BUTTON>MSG_BUTTON_PACKING_ADD_ITEMS
4.Finish logistic unit <BUTTON>MSG_BUTTON_PACKING_FINISH_PALLET
5.Select all <BUTTON>MSG_BUTTON_SELECT_ALL
6.Skip items <BUTTON>MSG_BUTTON_PACKING_SKIP_ITEMS

Example
On the first screen below you have the option to press the button Add items manually. Instead of pressing the button, you can scan your barcode and the system will press the button automatically.

Both actions will navigate you to the next screen where you can proceed with the Finish logistic unit button.

In the next sections you will have several opportunities to use the six buttons. Whenever any of them is mentioned, please keep in mind that you can scan your own button specific barcode instead.

9.1. Packing

The flow uses moveable location(s) as an input.

Select a packing lineIdentify moveable locationAdd itemsFinish SSCC

It is possible to set the touchscreen to be only used for the Packing flow: In the Organizational Structure select the MainTouchPackingFlow for the thin client. For more information about the thin client settings see: 5.2.10. Thin client settings.

9.1.1. Select a packing line

Select a packing line where the items that have to be packed are located.

9.1.2. Identify moveable location

1. After selecting a packing line, scan the moveable location on which the items currently are or press the ‘Enter cart manually’ button and enter the code of the moveable location by using the keyboard.

When there are items picked for multiple customers onto that moveable location, the system will display a list of these customers. Select a customer/address and proceed by pressing the right arrow button. When there are items for only one customer on the moveable location, the system will automatically proceed with that customer.

9.1.3. Select task

When the ‘Allow to create master SSCC’ option is enabled on the Pick list controller, it is possible to create a master SSCC during the packing. On the ‘Select a task’ screen press the ‘Create master SSCC’ button to pack onto a master SSCC. Press the ‘Create normal SSCC’ button to pick onto a normal SSCC.

When the ‘Use pallet packing type from customer master data’ option is enabled on the on the Packing controller and the Pallet packing type is ‘Multiple Pallet’, ‘Pallet –multiple carton’ or ‘Ask user’, add the number of identical logistic units as well.

In the case of working with master SSCC’s, first add the number of the identical master SSCC’s, then add the number of identical sub SSCC’s on a single master SSCC.

9.1.4. Pack item

The next screen displays a list of the items. Identical items from different pick lists will be displayed in separated lines. Use the input field for filtering the list. The screen also displays the name of the customer, the shipping address and the pick list number(s) under the screen title.

Displayed information:

  1. Customer – address
  2. SSCC number (When packing on multiple SSCC’s: * *Multiple SSCC* * text is displayed).
  3. Pick and Pack remarks from the picklist.
  4. Pick lists
  5. Barcode – Item code – Item description
  6. Batch number
  7. Best before date
  8. Open quantity on the moveable location (When packing on multiple SSCC’s : total quantity on moveable location/number of identical SSCC) When packing on multiple identical master and sub SSCC: total quantity on moveable location/(number of identical master SSCC’s* number of identical sub SSCC’s)
  9. Quantity to pack. Adjust the quantity by pressing + or -. The maximum quantity to pack is the Total quantity on the line.

Select the quantities to pack.

Modify the item quantity by using the + / - buttons next to the item’s quantity input field. By default the system displays the total quantity. The entered quantity cannot exceed the total quantity.
The quantity also can be entered by using a keyboard. After clicking in the quantity field, a keyboard will appear. Press ‘Enter’ to close the keyboard.

Use the ‘Select all’ button to select all the items on the list.

9.1.5. Add items

If at least one item is selected, the ‘Add items’ button will be active. After pressing this button, the selected item(s) will be moved onto the logistic unit. The items that have already been packed are not displayed on the list. Packed items cannot be removed from the logistic unit.

When at least one item is packed onto the logistic unit, the system creates a LUID for it. After the LUID is generated, it will be displayed on the screen.

9.1.6. Add cart

New items for the same customer can be added to the list of possible items to pack. For adding items from another moveable location, scan the barcode or press the ‘Enter cart manually’ button and enter the code.

9.1.7. Finish SSCC

If there is at least one item packed into the logistic unit, the ‘Finish logistic unit’ button will be active. After pressing the ‘Finish logistic unit’ button, the system prints the SSCC label. (Packing: finished logistic unit event (500) print event) After finishing a logistic unit, the system displays the shipping dock where to logistic unit has to be moved.

When creating a master SSCC during the picking, after the ‘Finish logistic unit’ button has been pressed, the system asks whether to finish the master SSCC or the sub SSCC.

Press the ‘Master SSCC is full’ button to finish the master SSCC. After finishing the master logistic unit, the system prints the labels for the master and the sub logistic units and displays the dock where the master logistic unit has to be moved. On the next screen declare whether you would like to start a master or a sub SSCC.

Press the ‘Sub SSCC is full’ button to finish the sub SSCC. The picking will be continued onto a new sub SSCC, but onto the same master SSCC.

If every item is packed and ‘Automatic shipping’ is enabled for the shipping type of the base document, the Master SSCC is not finished screen is opened. Press the ‘Yes’ button to finish the master SSCC as well.

On the next screen the select a logistic unit to pack on or press the ‘Start new logistic unit’ button to create a new logistic unit.

9.1.7.1. Capture weight

If the ‘Ask weight?’ or ‘Ask weight Sub SSCC?’ option is set to true on the Produmex pick list types user table for the pick list, and there is a scale defined under the shipping dock/packing line, the weight of the logistic unit can be measured on the connected scale after the logistic unit is finished.

Make sure that conversions between the units of measurements are set up correctly on the Units of Measure - Setup (OUOM) and Weight - Setup (OWGT) SBO standard tables.

  1. The measured weight. The UoM is the UoM defined for the scale. The number of decimals displayed depends on the scale accuracy.
    This field is automatically filled with the weight measured on the connected scale. It is possible to manually overwrite the measured weight.
    If the weight is manually added or the connection to the scale is lost, the value starts flickering in red.
  2. If the scale has a defined zero command, the ‘Zero’ button is displayed.
  3. If the scale has a defined tare command, the ‘Tare’ button is displayed.
  4. The code of the connected scale.
  5. If there are more than one scales defined under the dock/packing line, an additional ‘Switch scale’ button is displayed on the screen. Press this button to change the scale.
    On the next screen select the scale from the list. Every scale defined under the dock/packing line is listed. After switching the scale, the screen will use the chosen scale. After proceeding with the flow, and a new weight needs to be captured, the standard logic to choose a scale is used. This means that switching scale only switches the scale for the current weighing.
  6. SSCC number of the logistic unit.
  7. Theoretical weight: The theoretical weight is the sum of the weight of the items on the logistic unit. The item weight can be defined on the Sales tab of the Item Master Data.
  8. In the case of master SSCC’s, an additional Sub SSCC’s weight value is shown. The value is calculated as the sum of the measured weight of the Sub SSCC’s.

9.1.7.2. Enter dimensions

If the Ask weight?/ Ask weight Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, and there is no scale defined under the shipping dock/packing line, the user has to enter the weight of the (sub) logistic unit after it is finished. The data will be stored on the PMX_LUID table. The unit of measure is the Default Weight UoM set on the Display tab of General Settings.

Based on the pick list type settings, the user might have to enter the dimension(s) of the (sub) logistic unit after it is finished.

When there are package dimensions defined on the Package Dimensions table, the user can select a predefined dimension instead of entering the length, the width and the height manually. The ’Select a package’ screen opens. On this screen every package dimension that is not cancelled is listed. Select a dimension from the list or press the ’Enter dimensions manually’ button.

When the ’Enter dimensions manually’ button is pressed or there are no package dimensions defined, the user has to enter the dimensions manually.

  • If the Ask length?/ Ask length Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, the user has to enter the length of the (sub) logistic unit after the it is finished.
  • If the Ask width?/ Ask width Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, the user has to enter the width of the (sub) logistic unit after the it is finished.
  • If the Ask height?/ Ask height Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, the user has to enter the height of the (sub) logistic unit after the it is finished.

The data will be stored on the PMX_LUID table. The unit of measure is the Default Length UoM set on the Display tab of General Settings.

9.1.8. Skip items

It is possible that there are goods that cannot be packed. Continue the packing until only products that cannot be packed are listed on the screen.
Press the ‘Skip all items’ button to skip every remaining item.

On the next screen confirm that you would like to skip the remaining items.

Confirm skipping

The system proceeds to the Select a reason screen.
Select a reason from the list. Every reason that can be used for picking is listed.

Select a reason

On the next screen define where the skipped items should be moved.

  • To move the items onto an SSCC, scan the SSCC. If the scanned SSCC is not in stock, identify the destination location as described below.
  • To create a new SSCC, press the ’New SSCC button’ then identify the destination location as described below. If configured, the 700 - WHS: created LU print event is triggered and the logistic label is printed.
  • Scan the destination location or select it from a list.
    • Press the ’Select location’ button to list every active location from the warehouse.
    • Press the ’Select empty location’ button to list every empty active location from the warehouse.

Please note: If no SSCC is created or selected, the items will be moved without a linked logistic unit.

Select destination

After the destination location is defined, the system removes the locking from the skipped products and updates the pick list.

  • If the total quantity on the pick list line is skipped, the system adds the selected reason to the pick list line and closes it.
  • If the pick list line is partially skipped, the ‘Open’ and ‘Picked’ quantity of the pick list line is updated with the packed quantity. A closed line will be added with the quantity and the details of the skipped product and the selected reason.

After the lockings are removed, the skipped products are moved onto the selected logistic unit or destination location. Then the system returns to the Select moveable location screen where the user can continue the packing.

9.1.9. Restarting the flow

The flow can be continued after an abortion. Restart the flow and select the packing location. If there are a moveable location, scan the moveable location as well. Then the system will offer the option to choose from the existing logistic units or to start a new one.

After selecting the logistic unit, scan the SSCC barcode on the logistic unit.

9.1.10. Continue the packing onto an already packed logistic unit

When there are already packed logistic unit(s) for the selected customer or shipping address, the system will offer the option to choose from the existing logistic unit(s) or to start a new one. After selecting a logistic unit, scan the SSCC barcode on it.

9.2. Consolidated packing

9.2.1. Consolidated packing flow (creating SSCC number)

This flow takes place when logistic units were used instead of movable locations during the picking. The flow uses the logistic unit(s) as an input and an SSCC number is created.
Before starting the picking flow, set the following configurations:

Consolidated packing flow

Select a packing lineSelect a picklist#select_a_picklistScan an SSCCPack and add itemsAdd SSCCFinish SSCC
9.2.1.1. Select a packing line

Select a packing line where the items that have to be packed are located.

9.2.1.2. Select a picklist

After selecting a packing location, the system will display the list of the pick lists which have been picked to the zone linked to the packing location.

Select a pick list from the list and proceed by pressing the right arrow.

9.2.1.3. Scan an SSCC

Scan the SSCC barcode on the logistic unit. (Logistic units cannot be selected from the list.)

9.2.1.4. Select a task

When the ‘Allow to create master SSCC’ option is enabled on the Pick list controller, it is possible to create a master SSCC during the packing. On the ‘Select a task’ screen press the ‘Create master SSCC’ button to pack onto a master SSCC. Press the ‘Create normal SSCC’ button to pick onto a normal SSCC.

When the ‘Use pallet packing type from customer master data’ option is enabled on the on the Packing controller and the Pallet packing type is ‘Multiple Pallet’, ‘Pallet –multiple carton’ or ‘Ask user’, add the number of identical logistic units as well.

In the case of working with master SSCC’s, first add the number of the identical master SSCC’s, then add the number of identical sub SSCC’s on a single master SSCC.

9.2.1.5. Pack items

The next screen displays a list of the items. Identical items from different pick lists will be displayed in separated lines. Use the input field for filtering the list. The screen also displays the name of the customer, the shipping address and the pick list number(s) under the screen title.

Displayed information:

  1. Customer – address
  2. SSCC number (When packing on multiple SSCC’s: * *Multiple SSCC* * text is displayed).
  3. Pick and Pack remarks from the picklist.
  4. Pick lists
  5. Barcode – Item code – Item description
  6. Batch number
  7. Best before date
  8. Open quantity on the moveable location (When packing on multiple SSCC’s : total quantity on moveable location/number of identical SSCC) When packing on multiple identical master and sub SSCC: total quantity on moveable location/(number of identical master SSCC’s* number of identical sub SSCC’s)
  9. Quantity to pack. Adjust the quantity by pressing + or -. The maximum quantity to pack is the Total quantity on the line.

Select the quantities to pack.

Modify the item quantity by using the + / - buttons next to the item’s quantity input field. By default the system displays the total quantity. The entered quantity cannot exceed the total quantity.
The quantity also can be entered by using a keyboard. After clicking in the quantity field, a keyboard will appear. Press ‘Enter’ to close the keyboard.

Use the Select all button to select all the items on the list.

9.2.1.6. Add items

If at least one item is selected, the Add items button will be active. After pressing this button, the selected item(s) will be moved onto the logistic unit. The items that have already been packed are not displayed on the list. Packed items cannot be removed from the logistic unit.

When at least one item is packed onto the logistic unit, the system creates a LUID for it. After the LUID is generated, it will be displayed on the screen.

9.2.1.7. Add SSCC

New items for the same customer can be added to the list of possible items to pack. For adding items from another moveable location, scan the barcode or press the ‘Add SSCC’ button and enter the code.

9.2.1.8. Finish SSCC

If there is at least one item packed into the logistic unit, the ‘Finish logistic unit’ button will be active. After pressing the ‘Finish logistic unit’ button, the system prints the SSCC label. (Packing: finished logistic unit event (500) print event) After finishing a logistic unit, the system displays the shipping dock where to logistic unit has to be moved.

When creating a master SSCC during the picking, after the ‘Finish logistic unit’ button has been pressed, the system asks whether to finish the master SSCC or the sub SSCC.

Press the ‘Master SSCC is full’ button to finish the master SSCC. After finishing the master logistic unit, the system prints the labels for the master and the sub logistic units and displays the dock where the master logistic unit has to be moved. On the next screen declare whether you would like to start a master or a sub SSCC.

Press the ‘Sub SSCC is full’ button to finish the sub SSCC. The picking will be continued onto a new sub SSCC, but onto the same master SSCC.

If every item is packed and ‘Automatic shipping’ is enabled for the shipping type of the base document, the Master SSCC is not finished screen is opened. Press the ‘Yes’ button to finish the master SSCC as well.

On the next screen the select a logistic unit to pack on or press the ‘Start new logistic unit’ button to create a new logistic unit.

9.2.1.8. Finish SSCC / Capture weight

If the ‘Ask weight?’ or ‘Ask weight Sub SSCC?’ option is set to true on the Produmex pick list types user table for the pick list, and there is a scale defined under the shipping dock/packing line, the weight of the logistic unit can be measured on the connected scale after the logistic unit is finished.

Make sure that conversions between the units of measurements are set up correctly on the Units of Measure - Setup (OUOM) and Weight - Setup (OWGT) SBO standard tables.

  1. The measured weight. The UoM is the UoM defined for the scale. The number of decimals displayed depends on the scale accuracy.
    This field is automatically filled with the weight measured on the connected scale. It is possible to manually overwrite the measured weight.
    If the weight is manually added or the connection to the scale is lost, the value starts flickering in red.
  2. If the scale has a defined zero command, the ‘Zero’ button is displayed.
  3. If the scale has a defined tare command, the ‘Tare’ button is displayed.
  4. The code of the connected scale.
  5. If there are more than one scales defined under the dock/packing line, an additional ‘Switch scale’ button is displayed on the screen. Press this button to change the scale.
    On the next screen select the scale from the list. Every scale defined under the dock/packing line is listed. After switching the scale, the screen will use the chosen scale. After proceeding with the flow, and a new weight needs to be captured, the standard logic to choose a scale is used. This means that switching scale only switches the scale for the current weighing.
  6. SSCC number of the logistic unit.
  7. Theoretical weight: The theoretical weight is the sum of the weight of the items on the logistic unit. The item weight can be defined on the Sales tab of the Item Master Data.
  8. In the case of master SSCC’s, an additional Sub SSCC’s weight value is shown. The value is calculated as the sum of the measured weight of the Sub SSCC’s.
9.2.1.8. Finish SSCC / Enter dimensions

If the Ask weight?/ Ask weight Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, and there is no scale defined under the shipping dock/packing line, the user has to enter the weight of the (sub) logistic unit after it is finished. The data will be stored on the PMX_LUID table. The unit of measure is the Default Weight UoM set on the Display tab of General Settings.

Based on the pick list type settings, the user might have to enter the dimension(s) of the (sub) logistic unit after it is finished.

When there are package dimensions defined on the Package Dimensions table, the user can select a predefined dimension instead of entering the length, the width and the height manually. The ’Select a package’ screen opens. On this screen every package dimension that is not cancelled is listed. Select a dimension from the list or press the ’Enter dimensions manually’ button.

When the ’Enter dimensions manually’ button is pressed or there are no package dimensions defined, the user has to enter the dimensions manually.

  • If the Ask length?/ Ask length Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, the user has to enter the length of the (sub) logistic unit after the it is finished.
  • If the Ask width?/ Ask width Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, the user has to enter the width of the (sub) logistic unit after the it is finished.
  • If the Ask height?/ Ask height Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, the user has to enter the height of the (sub) logistic unit after the it is finished.

The data will be stored on the PMX_LUID table. The unit of measure is the Default Length UoM set on the Display tab of General Settings.

9.2.1.9. Skip items

It is possible that there are goods that cannot be packed. Continue the packing until only products that cannot be packed are listed on the screen.
Press the ‘Skip all items’ button to skip every remaining item.

On the next screen confirm that you would like to skip the remaining items.

Confirm skipping

The system proceeds to the Select a reason screen.
Select a reason from the list. Every reason that can be used for picking is listed.

Select a reason

On the next screen define where the skipped items should be moved.

  • To move the items onto an SSCC, scan the SSCC. If the scanned SSCC is not in stock, identify the destination location as described below.
  • To create a new SSCC, press the ’New SSCC button’ then identify the destination location as described below. If configured, the 700 - WHS: created LU print event is triggered and the logistic label is printed.
  • Scan the destination location or select it from a list.
    • Press the ’Select location’ button to list every active location from the warehouse.
    • Press the ’Select empty location’ button to list every empty active location from the warehouse.

Please note: If no SSCC is created or selected, the items will be moved without a linked logistic unit.

Select destination

After the destination location is defined, the system removes the locking from the skipped products and updates the pick list.

  • If the total quantity on the pick list line is skipped, the system adds the selected reason to the pick list line and closes it.
  • If the pick list line is partially skipped, the ‘Open’ and ‘Picked’ quantity of the pick list line is updated with the packed quantity. A closed line will be added with the quantity and the details of the skipped product and the selected reason.

After the lockings are removed, the skipped products are moved onto the selected logistic unit or destination location. Then the system returns to the Select moveable location screen where the user can continue the packing.

9.2.1.10. Restarting the flow

The flow can be continued after an abortion. Restart the flow and select the packing location. If there are a moveable location, scan the moveable location as well. Then the system will offer the option to choose from the existing logistic units or to start a new one.

After selecting the logistic unit, scan the SSCC barcode on the logistic unit.

9.2.1.11. Continue the packing onto an already packed logistic unit

When there are already packed logistic unit(s) for the selected customer or shipping address, the system will offer the option to choose from the existing logistic unit(s) or to start a new one. After selecting a logistic unit, scan the SSCC barcode on it.

9.2.2. Consolidated packing flow (keeping SSCC number)

This flow can be used to double check the content of the carton boxes/logistic units prepared during the Prepare carts and Multi-picking flows. The flow keeps the SSCC number added to the carton boxes during the Prepare carts flow and it will only fully confirm or reject the content.

Before starting the picking flow, set the following configurations:

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Prepare cartsMulti-pickingSelect a packing locationSelect a picklistScan an SSCCAdd itemsLogistic unit is finished.Shipping flow
9.2.2.1. Select a packing location

Select a packing line where the logistic units to be checked are located.

Select a packing location

9.2.2.2. Select a picklist

After selecting a packing location, the system will display the list of the picklists which have been picked to the zone linked to the packing location.

Select a picklist from the list and proceed by pressing the right arrow.

Select a picklist

9.2.2.3. Scan an SSCC

Scan the SSCC barcode of the logistic unit.
Even if multiple SSCC's are available to be scanned, only one SSCC can be scanned at a time.

Please note that logistic units cannot be selected from the list.

Scan an SSCC

9.2.2.4. Add items

On the next screen you can see that the flow keeps the SSCC number and displays it on the upper right corner of the screen. Click Add items.

Please note that in this scenario all items need to be packed at the same time. It is not possible to partially pack because the goods are stored in the same SSCC. All the goods that are on the SSCC will be displayed and automatically selected. It is not possible to adjust the quantity or de-select a line.

9.2.2.5. Logistic unit is finished

After pressing the Add items button, the system will automatically perform the Finish logistic unit functionality. This means the packed SSCC will be ready for shipping, and moved to the destination location defined in the pick list.

9.2.2.6. Skip all items

In this process it is not possible to partially pack, therefore the goods in the box are either complete and can be packed, or there is something wrong (for example items missing, there are more items than necessary in the box, etc.), in which case all items need to be skipped.

Press the Skip all items button and on the next screen confirm that you wish to skip all the items.

The system proceeds to the Select a reason screen.
Select a reason from the list. Every reason that can be used for picking is listed.

Select a reason

On the next screen define where the skipped items should be moved.

  • To move the items onto an SSCC, scan the SSCC. If the scanned SSCC is not in stock, identify the destination location as described below.
  • To create a new SSCC, press the New SSCC button then identify the destination location as described below. If configured, the 700 - WHS: created LU print event is triggered and the logistic label is printed.
  • Scan the destination location or select it from a list.
    • Press the Select location button to list every active location from the warehouse.
    • Press the Select empty location button to list every empty active location from the warehouse.

Please note: If no SSCC is created or selected, the items will be moved without a linked logistic unit.

Select destination

After the destination location is defined, the system removes the locking from the skipped products and updates the picklist. The system adds the selected reason to the pick list line and closes it.

After the locking is removed, the skipped products are moved onto the selected logistic unit or destination location. Then the system returns to the Select a picklist screen where the user can continue the packing.

9.3. Item packing

The flow uses a moveable location as an input, but items can be scanned to select pick lists.

Item packing flowPacking lineScan itemPack itemAdd itemsAdd SSCCFinish SSCC

9.3.1. Select a packing line

Select a packing line where the items that have to be packed are located.

9.3.2. Identify moveable location

After selecting a packing location, scan the moveable location on which the items currently are or press the ‘Enter cart manually’ button and enter the code of the moveable location.

9.3.3. Select task

When the ‘Allow to create master SSCC’ option is enabled on the Pick list controller, it is possible to create a master SSCC during the packing. On the ‘Select a task’ screen press the ‘Create master SSCC’ button to pack onto a master SSCC. Press the ‘Create normal SSCC’ button to pick onto a normal SSCC.

When the ‘Use pallet packing type from customer master data’ option is enabled on the on the Packing controller and the Pallet packing type is ‘Multiple Pallet’, ‘Pallet –multiple carton’ or ‘Ask user’, add the number of identical logistic units as well.

In the case of working with master SSCC’s, first add the number of the identical master SSCC’s, then add the number of identical sub SSCC’s on a single master SSCC.

9.3.4. Scan item

The next screen shows the list of items that have been picked onto the moveable location. Identical items from different pick lists will be displayed in separated lines. The item quantity will be 0 by default because the flow allows to define the quantity by scanning. The item quantity cannot exceed the total quantity. Only items on the list can be scanned, otherwise an error message will be displayed.

Start scanning the item barcodes. After scanning the first item, the system will automatically select a customer/address based on which customer ordered the least amount of the scanned item. The system will show the name of the customer, the shipping address and the pick list number(s).

After scanning the first item, only the items picked for the customer will be displayed on the list. The scanned item will be selected.
(When using only the touchscreen, select an item by pressing it. After selecting the first item, the system will automatically identify the customer. After the first selection, only the items picked for that costumer will be displayed.)

9.3.4. Pack item

The next screen displays a list of the items. Identical items from different pick lists will be displayed in separated lines. Use the input field for filtering the list. The screen also displays the name of the customer, the shipping address and the pick list number(s) under the screen title.

Displayed information:

  1. Customer – address
  2. SSCC number (When packing on multiple SSCC’s: * *Multiple SSCC* * text is displayed).
  3. Pick and Pack remarks from the picklist.
  4. Pick lists
  5. Barcode – Item code – Item description
  6. Batch number
  7. Best before date
  8. Open quantity on the moveable location (When packing on multiple SSCC’s : total quantity on moveable location/number of identical SSCC) When packing on multiple identical master and sub SSCC: total quantity on moveable location/(number of identical master SSCC’s* number of identical sub SSCC’s)
  9. Quantity to pack. Adjust the quantity by pressing + or -. The maximum quantity to pack is the Total quantity on the line.

Select the quantities to pack.

Modify the item quantity by using the + / - buttons next to the item’s quantity input field. By default the system displays the total quantity. The entered quantity cannot exceed the total quantity.
The quantity also can be entered by using a keyboard. After clicking in the quantity field, a keyboard will appear. Press ‘Enter’ to close the keyboard.

Use the ‘Select all’ button to select all the items on the list.

9.3.5. Add items

If at least one item is selected, the ‘Add items’ button will be active. After pressing this button, the selected item(s) will be moved onto the logistic unit. The items that have already been packed are not displayed on the list. Packed items cannot be removed from the logistic unit.

When at least one item is packed onto the logistic unit, the system creates a LUID for it. After the LUID is generated, it will be displayed on the screen.

9.3.6. Add chart

The flow uses moveable location(s) as an input.

Select a packing lineIdentify moveable locationAdd itemsFinish SSCC

It is possible to set the touchscreen to be only used for the Packing flow: In the Organizational Structure select the MainTouchPackingFlow for the thin client. For more information about the thin client settings see: 5.2.10. Thin client settings.

9.1.1. Select a packing line

Select a packing line where the items that have to be packed are located.

9.1.2. Identify moveable location

1. After selecting a packing line, scan the moveable location on which the items currently are or press the ‘Enter cart manually’ button and enter the code of the moveable location by using the keyboard.

When there are items picked for multiple customers onto that moveable location, the system will display a list of these customers. Select a customer/address and proceed by pressing the right arrow button. When there are items for only one customer on the moveable location, the system will automatically proceed with that customer.

9.1.3. Select task

When the ‘Allow to create master SSCC’ option is enabled on the Pick list controller, it is possible to create a master SSCC during the packing. On the ‘Select a task’ screen press the ‘Create master SSCC’ button to pack onto a master SSCC. Press the ‘Create normal SSCC’ button to pick onto a normal SSCC.

When the ‘Use pallet packing type from customer master data’ option is enabled on the on the Packing controller and the Pallet packing type is ‘Multiple Pallet’, ‘Pallet –multiple carton’ or ‘Ask user’, add the number of identical logistic units as well.

In the case of working with master SSCC’s, first add the number of the identical master SSCC’s, then add the number of identical sub SSCC’s on a single master SSCC.

9.1.4. Pack item

The next screen displays a list of the items. Identical items from different pick lists will be displayed in separated lines. Use the input field for filtering the list. The screen also displays the name of the customer, the shipping address and the pick list number(s) under the screen title.

Displayed information:

  1. Customer – address
  2. SSCC number (When packing on multiple SSCC’s: * *Multiple SSCC* * text is displayed).
  3. Pick and Pack remarks from the picklist.
  4. Pick lists
  5. Barcode – Item code – Item description
  6. Batch number
  7. Best before date
  8. Open quantity on the moveable location (When packing on multiple SSCC’s : total quantity on moveable location/number of identical SSCC) When packing on multiple identical master and sub SSCC: total quantity on moveable location/(number of identical master SSCC’s* number of identical sub SSCC’s)
  9. Quantity to pack. Adjust the quantity by pressing + or -. The maximum quantity to pack is the Total quantity on the line.

Select the quantities to pack.

Modify the item quantity by using the + / - buttons next to the item’s quantity input field. By default the system displays the total quantity. The entered quantity cannot exceed the total quantity.
The quantity also can be entered by using a keyboard. After clicking in the quantity field, a keyboard will appear. Press ‘Enter’ to close the keyboard.

Use the ‘Select all’ button to select all the items on the list.

9.1.5. Add items

If at least one item is selected, the ‘Add items’ button will be active. After pressing this button, the selected item(s) will be moved onto the logistic unit. The items that have already been packed are not displayed on the list. Packed items cannot be removed from the logistic unit.

When at least one item is packed onto the logistic unit, the system creates a LUID for it. After the LUID is generated, it will be displayed on the screen.

9.1.6. Add cart

New items for the same customer can be added to the list of possible items to pack. For adding items from another moveable location, scan the barcode or press the ‘Enter cart manually’ button and enter the code.

9.1.7. Finish SSCC

If there is at least one item packed into the logistic unit, the ‘Finish logistic unit’ button will be active. After pressing the ‘Finish logistic unit’ button, the system prints the SSCC label. (Packing: finished logistic unit event (500) print event) After finishing a logistic unit, the system displays the shipping dock where to logistic unit has to be moved.

When creating a master SSCC during the picking, after the ‘Finish logistic unit’ button has been pressed, the system asks whether to finish the master SSCC or the sub SSCC.

Press the ‘Master SSCC is full’ button to finish the master SSCC. After finishing the master logistic unit, the system prints the labels for the master and the sub logistic units and displays the dock where the master logistic unit has to be moved. On the next screen declare whether you would like to start a master or a sub SSCC.

Press the ‘Sub SSCC is full’ button to finish the sub SSCC. The picking will be continued onto a new sub SSCC, but onto the same master SSCC.

If every item is packed and ‘Automatic shipping’ is enabled for the shipping type of the base document, the Master SSCC is not finished screen is opened. Press the ‘Yes’ button to finish the master SSCC as well.

On the next screen the select a logistic unit to pack on or press the ‘Start new logistic unit’ button to create a new logistic unit.

9.1.7.1. Capture weight

If the ‘Ask weight?’ or ‘Ask weight Sub SSCC?’ option is set to true on the Produmex pick list types user table for the pick list, and there is a scale defined under the shipping dock/packing line, the weight of the logistic unit can be measured on the connected scale after the logistic unit is finished.

Make sure that conversions between the units of measurements are set up correctly on the Units of Measure - Setup (OUOM) and Weight - Setup (OWGT) SBO standard tables.

  1. The measured weight. The UoM is the UoM defined for the scale. The number of decimals displayed depends on the scale accuracy.
    This field is automatically filled with the weight measured on the connected scale. It is possible to manually overwrite the measured weight.
    If the weight is manually added or the connection to the scale is lost, the value starts flickering in red.
  2. If the scale has a defined zero command, the ‘Zero’ button is displayed.
  3. If the scale has a defined tare command, the ‘Tare’ button is displayed.
  4. The code of the connected scale.
  5. If there are more than one scales defined under the dock/packing line, an additional ‘Switch scale’ button is displayed on the screen. Press this button to change the scale.
    On the next screen select the scale from the list. Every scale defined under the dock/packing line is listed. After switching the scale, the screen will use the chosen scale. After proceeding with the flow, and a new weight needs to be captured, the standard logic to choose a scale is used. This means that switching scale only switches the scale for the current weighing.
  6. SSCC number of the logistic unit.
  7. Theoretical weight: The theoretical weight is the sum of the weight of the items on the logistic unit. The item weight can be defined on the Sales tab of the Item Master Data.
  8. In the case of master SSCC’s, an additional Sub SSCC’s weight value is shown. The value is calculated as the sum of the measured weight of the Sub SSCC’s.
9.1.7.2. Enter dimensions

If the Ask weight?/ Ask weight Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, and there is no scale defined under the shipping dock/packing line, the user has to enter the weight of the (sub) logistic unit after it is finished. The data will be stored on the PMX_LUID table. The unit of measure is the Default Weight UoM set on the Display tab of General Settings.

Based on the pick list type settings, the user might have to enter the dimension(s) of the (sub) logistic unit after it is finished.

When there are package dimensions defined on the Package Dimensions table, the user can select a predefined dimension instead of entering the length, the width and the height manually. The ’Select a package’ screen opens. On this screen every package dimension that is not cancelled is listed. Select a dimension from the list or press the ’Enter dimensions manually’ button.

When the ’Enter dimensions manually’ button is pressed or there are no package dimensions defined, the user has to enter the dimensions manually.

  • If the Ask length?/ Ask length Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, the user has to enter the length of the (sub) logistic unit after the it is finished.
  • If the Ask width?/ Ask width Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, the user has to enter the width of the (sub) logistic unit after the it is finished.
  • If the Ask height?/ Ask height Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, the user has to enter the height of the (sub) logistic unit after the it is finished.

The data will be stored on the PMX_LUID table. The unit of measure is the Default Length UoM set on the Display tab of General Settings.

9.1.8. Skip items

It is possible that there are goods that cannot be packed. Continue the packing until only products that cannot be packed are listed on the screen.
Press the ‘Skip all items’ button to skip every remaining item.

On the next screen confirm that you would like to skip the remaining items.

Confirm skipping

The system proceeds to the Select a reason screen.
Select a reason from the list. Every reason that can be used for picking is listed.

Select a reason

On the next screen define where the skipped items should be moved.

  • To move the items onto an SSCC, scan the SSCC. If the scanned SSCC is not in stock, identify the destination location as described below.
  • To create a new SSCC, press the ’New SSCC button’ then identify the destination location as described below. If configured, the 700 - WHS: created LU print event is triggered and the logistic label is printed.
  • Scan the destination location or select it from a list.
    • Press the ’Select location’ button to list every active location from the warehouse.
    • Press the ’Select empty location’ button to list every empty active location from the warehouse.

Please note: If no SSCC is created or selected, the items will be moved without a linked logistic unit.

Select destination

After the destination location is defined, the system removes the locking from the skipped products and updates the pick list.

  • If the total quantity on the pick list line is skipped, the system adds the selected reason to the pick list line and closes it.
  • If the pick list line is partially skipped, the ‘Open’ and ‘Picked’ quantity of the pick list line is updated with the packed quantity. A closed line will be added with the quantity and the details of the skipped product and the selected reason.

After the lockings are removed, the skipped products are moved onto the selected logistic unit or destination location. Then the system returns to the Select moveable location screen where the user can continue the packing.

9.1.9. Restarting the flow

The flow can be continued after an abortion. Restart the flow and select the packing location. If there are a moveable location, scan the moveable location as well. Then the system will offer the option to choose from the existing logistic units or to start a new one.

After selecting the logistic unit, scan the SSCC barcode on the logistic unit.

9.1.10. Continue the packing onto an already packed logistic unit

When there are already packed logistic unit(s) for the selected customer or shipping address, the system will offer the option to choose from the existing logistic unit(s) or to start a new one. After selecting a logistic unit, scan the SSCC barcode on it.

9.3.7. Finish SSCC

If there is at least one item packed into the logistic unit, the ‘Finish logistic unit’ button will be active. After pressing the ‘Finish logistic unit’ button, the system prints the SSCC label. (Packing: finished logistic unit event (500) print event) After finishing a logistic unit, the system displays the shipping dock where to logistic unit has to be moved.

When creating a master SSCC during the picking, after the ‘Finish logistic unit’ button has been pressed, the system asks whether to finish the master SSCC or the sub SSCC.

Press the ‘Master SSCC is full’ button to finish the master SSCC. After finishing the master logistic unit, the system prints the labels for the master and the sub logistic units and displays the dock where the master logistic unit has to be moved. On the next screen declare whether you would like to start a master or a sub SSCC.

Press the ‘Sub SSCC is full’ button to finish the sub SSCC. The picking will be continued onto a new sub SSCC, but onto the same master SSCC.

If every item is packed and ‘Automatic shipping’ is enabled for the shipping type of the base document, the Master SSCC is not finished screen is opened. Press the ‘Yes’ button to finish the master SSCC as well.

On the next screen the select a logistic unit to pack on or press the ‘Start new logistic unit’ button to create a new logistic unit.

9.1.7.1. Capture weight

If the ‘Ask weight?’ or ‘Ask weight Sub SSCC?’ option is set to true on the Produmex pick list types user table for the pick list, and there is a scale defined under the shipping dock/packing line, the weight of the logistic unit can be measured on the connected scale after the logistic unit is finished.

Make sure that conversions between the units of measurements are set up correctly on the Units of Measure - Setup (OUOM) and Weight - Setup (OWGT) SBO standard tables.

  1. The measured weight. The UoM is the UoM defined for the scale. The number of decimals displayed depends on the scale accuracy.
    This field is automatically filled with the weight measured on the connected scale. It is possible to manually overwrite the measured weight.
    If the weight is manually added or the connection to the scale is lost, the value starts flickering in red.
  2. If the scale has a defined zero command, the ‘Zero’ button is displayed.
  3. If the scale has a defined tare command, the ‘Tare’ button is displayed.
  4. The code of the connected scale.
  5. If there are more than one scales defined under the dock/packing line, an additional ‘Switch scale’ button is displayed on the screen. Press this button to change the scale.
    On the next screen select the scale from the list. Every scale defined under the dock/packing line is listed. After switching the scale, the screen will use the chosen scale. After proceeding with the flow, and a new weight needs to be captured, the standard logic to choose a scale is used. This means that switching scale only switches the scale for the current weighing.
  6. SSCC number of the logistic unit.
  7. Theoretical weight: The theoretical weight is the sum of the weight of the items on the logistic unit. The item weight can be defined on the Sales tab of the Item Master Data.
  8. In the case of master SSCC’s, an additional Sub SSCC’s weight value is shown. The value is calculated as the sum of the measured weight of the Sub SSCC’s.
9.1.7.2. Enter dimensions

If the Ask weight?/ Ask weight Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, and there is no scale defined under the shipping dock/packing line, the user has to enter the weight of the (sub) logistic unit after it is finished. The data will be stored on the PMX_LUID table. The unit of measure is the Default Weight UoM set on the Display tab of General Settings.

Based on the pick list type settings, the user might have to enter the dimension(s) of the (sub) logistic unit after it is finished.

When there are package dimensions defined on the Package Dimensions table, the user can select a predefined dimension instead of entering the length, the width and the height manually. The ’Select a package’ screen opens. On this screen every package dimension that is not cancelled is listed. Select a dimension from the list or press the ’Enter dimensions manually’ button.

When the ’Enter dimensions manually’ button is pressed or there are no package dimensions defined, the user has to enter the dimensions manually.

  • If the Ask length?/ Ask length Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, the user has to enter the length of the (sub) logistic unit after the it is finished.
  • If the Ask width?/ Ask width Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, the user has to enter the width of the (sub) logistic unit after the it is finished.
  • If the Ask height?/ Ask height Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, the user has to enter the height of the (sub) logistic unit after the it is finished.

The data will be stored on the PMX_LUID table. The unit of measure is the Default Length UoM set on the Display tab of General Settings.

9.3.8. Skip items

It is possible that there are goods that cannot be packed. Continue the packing until only products that cannot be packed are listed on the screen.
Press the ‘Skip all items’ button to skip every remaining item.

On the next screen confirm that you would like to skip the remaining items.

Confirm skipping

The system proceeds to the Select a reason screen.
Select a reason from the list. Every reason that can be used for picking is listed.

Select a reason

On the next screen define where the skipped items should be moved.

  • To move the items onto an SSCC, scan the SSCC. If the scanned SSCC is not in stock, identify the destination location as described below.
  • To create a new SSCC, press the ’New SSCC button’ then identify the destination location as described below. If configured, the 700 - WHS: created LU print event is triggered and the logistic label is printed.
  • Scan the destination location or select it from a list.
    • Press the ’Select location’ button to list every active location from the warehouse.
    • Press the ’Select empty location’ button to list every empty active location from the warehouse.

Please note: If no SSCC is created or selected, the items will be moved without a linked logistic unit.

Select destination

After the destination location is defined, the system removes the locking from the skipped products and updates the pick list.

  • If the total quantity on the pick list line is skipped, the system adds the selected reason to the pick list line and closes it.
  • If the pick list line is partially skipped, the ‘Open’ and ‘Picked’ quantity of the pick list line is updated with the packed quantity. A closed line will be added with the quantity and the details of the skipped product and the selected reason.

After the lockings are removed, the skipped products are moved onto the selected logistic unit or destination location. Then the system returns to the Select moveable location screen where the user can continue the packing.

9.3.9. Restarting the flow

The flow can be continued after an abortion. Restart the flow and select the packing location. If there are a moveable location, scan the moveable location as well. Then the system will offer the option to choose from the existing logistic units or to start a new one.

After selecting the logistic unit, scan the SSCC barcode on the logistic unit.

9.3.10. Continue the packing onto an already packed logistic unit

When there are already packed logistic unit(s) for the selected customer or shipping address, the system will offer the option to choose from the existing logistic unit(s) or to start a new one. After selecting a logistic unit, scan the SSCC barcode on it.

9.4. Mobile packing

This flow is available in the scanner mode. In the mobile packing flow the system do not display the maximum quantity to pack. The flow is used for a second verification whether the picked quantities are correct.

Select a packing lineIdentify moveable locationPack itemAdd chartFinish SSCC

To initiate the flow, press on the ‘Mobile packing’ function from the ‘Sales’ menu.

9.4.1. Select a packing line

Select a packing line where the items that have to be packed are located.

9.4.2. Identify moveable location

Scan the moveable location on which the items currently are or press the ‘Select moveable location’ button and select it from the list.

After identifying the moveable location, select a customer/ address from the list.

9.4.3. Pack item

Then identify items by scanning or selecting from a list (press the ‘Select a product’ button.) Add the quantity with the + / - buttons. There is no limit to the entered quantity, but the system will display an error message if the entered quantity exceeds the picked quantity still available on the moveable location. Press the right arrow to proceed. After the first item is packed onto the logistic unit, the system creates a LUID for it.

9.4.4. Add chart

It is possible to add items from another moveable location, if the items were picked for the selected customer. Select the ‘Other moveable location’ button.

9.4.5. Finish SSCC

If there are at least one item packed onto the logistic unit, the ‘Finish logistic unit’ button will be available. When pressing this button, the packing onto the logistic unit is finished. The system prints the SSCC label (Packing: finished logistic unit event (500) print event) and displays the shipping dock where to logistic unit has to be moved.

When there are still picked items on the moveable location, the packing can be continued onto another logistic unit.

After packing all the picked items for the customer from the moveable location, the system will ask whether to finish the SSCC or proceed with the packing from another moveable location.

9.4.5.1. Capture weight

If the ‘Ask weight?’ or ‘Ask weight Sub SSCC?’ option is set to true on the Produmex pick list types user table for the pick list, and there is a scale defined under the shipping dock/packing line, the weight of the logistic unit can be measured on the connected scale after the logistic unit is finished.

Make sure that conversions between the units of measurements are set up correctly on the Units of Measure - Setup (OUOM) and Weight - Setup (OWGT) SBO standard tables.

  1. The measured weight. The UoM is the UoM defined for the scale. The number of decimals displayed depends on the scale accuracy.
    This field is automatically filled with the weight measured on the connected scale. It is possible to manually overwrite the measured weight.
    If the weight is manually added or the connection to the scale is lost, the value starts flickering in red.
  2. If the scale has a defined zero command, the ‘Zero’ button is displayed.
  3. If the scale has a defined tare command, the ‘Tare’ button is displayed.
  4. The code of the connected scale.
  5. If there are more than one scales defined under the dock/packing line, an additional ‘Switch scale’ button is displayed on the screen. Press this button to change the scale.
    On the next screen select the scale from the list. Every scale defined under the dock/packing line is listed. After switching the scale, the screen will use the chosen scale. After proceeding with the flow, and a new weight needs to be captured, the standard logic to choose a scale is used. This means that switching scale only switches the scale for the current weighing.
  6. SSCC number of the logistic unit.
  7. Theoretical weight: The theoretical weight is the sum of the weight of the items on the logistic unit. The item weight can be defined on the Sales tab of the Item Master Data.
  8. In the case of master SSCC’s, an additional Sub SSCC’s weight value is shown. The value is calculated as the sum of the measured weight of the Sub SSCC’s.

9.4.5.2. Enter dimensions

If the Ask weight?/ Ask weight Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, and there is no scale defined under the shipping dock/packing line, the user has to enter the weight of the (sub) logistic unit after it is finished. The data will be stored on the PMX_LUID table. The unit of measure is the Default Weight UoM set on the Display tab of General Settings.

Based on the pick list type settings, the user might have to enter the dimension(s) of the (sub) logistic unit after it is finished.

When there are package dimensions defined on the Package Dimensions table, the user can select a predefined dimension instead of entering the length, the width and the height manually. The ’Select a package’ screen opens. On this screen every package dimension that is not cancelled is listed. Select a dimension from the list or press the ’Enter dimensions manually’ button.

When the ’Enter dimensions manually’ button is pressed or there are no package dimensions defined, the user has to enter the dimensions manually.

  • If the Ask length?/ Ask length Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, the user has to enter the length of the (sub) logistic unit after the it is finished.
  • If the Ask width?/ Ask width Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, the user has to enter the width of the (sub) logistic unit after the it is finished.
  • If the Ask height?/ Ask height Sub SSCC? option is enabled for the pick list type, the user has to enter the height of the (sub) logistic unit after the it is finished.

The data will be stored on the PMX_LUID table. The unit of measure is the Default Length UoM set on the Display tab of General Settings.

9.4.6. Restarting the flow

The flow can be continued after an abortion. Restart the flow and select the packing location. If there are a moveable location, scan the moveable location as well. Then the system will offer the option to choose from the existing logistic units or to start a new one.

After selecting the logistic unit, scan the SSCC barcode on the logistic unit.

9.4.7. Continue the packing onto an already packed logistic unit

When there are already packed logistic unit(s) for the selected customer or shipping address, the system will offer the option to choose from the existing logistic unit(s) or to start a new one. After selecting a logistic unit, scan the SSCC barcode on it.

9.5. Cash register packing

The Cash register packing flow uses a pick list as an input. In this flow users can perform picking and packing in one step, therefore the input pick list does not have to be picked.

Select packing lineSelect pick listScan barcodeadd_itemsfinish_logistic_unit

9.5.1. Select a packing location

Select a packing line from the list. Every active packing line from the warehouses assigned to the thin client are listed.

If there are already started logistic units on the packing line, the ‘Select a logistic unit to pack on’ screen is displayed. On this screen every packed logistic unit, which is not yet shipped, is listed. The customer name and address is displayed for each logistic unit. To continue packing onto a logistic unit, select the logistic unit and press the right key button. To start a new logistic unit, press the ‘Start new logistic unit’ button.

9.5.2. Select pick list

On the next screen select a pick list. Every pick list that meets the following conditions is displayed:

  • The ‘Use for Cash register packing?’ option enabled for the pick list type.
  • The status is ‘Not Ready’, ‘Partially Ready’, ‘Ready’, ‘Partially Picked’, ‘Picked’ or ‘Partially Packed’.
  • The pick list is assigned to the warehouse of the selected packing line.

9.5.3. Scan barcode

On the next screen the items to pack are listed.

  • Product: The barcode, item code and description of the item to pack.
  • Batch number, Best before date: The batch number, the second batch number and the best before date of the allocated stock. The stock to be packed is allocated from pick locations based on the stock details available on the pick list and based on the FEFO rule. Only stock details that are available on the sales order are enforced.
  • Total: The open quantity on the pick list. Items with no open quantity are not listed.
  • Quantity to pack: The quantity to pack. If the ‘Force user to only scan items?’ option is enabled on the Packing controller, then the quantity to pack can only be added by scanning the barcode, otherwise the quantity can be adjusted with the + - buttons.

The following barcodes can be scanned on this screen:

  • EAN number of the item.
  • GS1 128 barcode. It is possible to pack stock with different details than the allocated stock, except if the stock detail was set on the sales order.
  • Batch number. If the batch number belongs to multiple items, select the item to pack on the opening screen. (Batch with multiple BBD on stock?)
  • Serial number. If the serial number belongs to multiple items, select the item to pack on the opening screen.
  • SSCC number. In the case of a mixed pallet, select the item to pack on the opening screen.

Each scanned barcode increases the quantity by one if valid stock can be found. Over picking is not allowed.

9.5.4. Add items

If there is at least one item where the ‘Quantity to pack’ is not zero, the ‘Add items’ button becomes active. Press this button to pack the ‘Quantity to pack’ amount of the selected items.

If there is a stated logistic unit for the pick list, the system adds the packed items to that logistic unit.
If there is no stated logistic unit for the pick list, then the system checks whether there are started logistic units for the customer. If there are, then the user can continue the packing onto one of those logistic units or create a new one. If there are no started logistic units for the customer, the system automatically creates a new one.
The started logistic unit is displayed on the top right corner of the screen.

If the item to add is managed by serial numbers and not all serial number were scanned, then the serial numbers has to be scanned before packing the item. On the next screen indicate whether you would like to scan the serial numbers one by one or you would like to scan the starting and ending serial number only. For more information about adding the quantity by scanning the serial numbers please see: Screens for entering additional information

9.5.5. Finish logistic unit

If there is at least one product packed onto the logistic unit, the ‘Finish logistic unit’ button becomes active. Press this button to finish the logistic unit.
If configured, the Packing: finished logistic unit event (500) print event is triggered and the SSCC label is printed. After finishing a logistic unit, the system displays the shipping dock where the logistic unit has to be moved.

9.5.5.1. Capture weight

If the ‘Ask weight?’ or ‘Ask weight Sub SSCC?’ option is set to true on the Produmex pick list types user table for the pick list, and there is a scale defined under the shipping dock/packing line, the weight of the logistic unit can be measured on the connected scale after the logistic unit is finished.

Make sure that conversions between the units of measurements are set up correctly on the Units of Measure - Setup (OUOM) and Weight - Setup (OWGT) SBO standard tables.

  1. The measured weight. The UoM is the UoM defined for the scale. The number of decimals displayed depends on the scale accuracy.
    This field is automatically filled with the weight measured on the connected scale. It is possible to manually overwrite the measured weight.
    If the weight is manually added or the connection to the scale is lost, the value starts flickering in red.
  2. If the scale has a defined zero command, the ‘Zero’ button is displayed.
  3. If the scale has a defined tare command, the ‘Tare’ button is displayed.
  4. The code of the connected scale.
  5. If there are more than one scales defined under the dock/packing line, an additional ‘Switch scale’ button is displayed on the screen. Press this button to change the scale.
    On the next screen select the scale from the list. Every scale defined under the dock/packing line is listed. After switching the scale, the screen will use the chosen scale. After proceeding with the flow, and a new weight needs to be captured, the standard logic to choose a scale is used. This means that switching scale only switches the scale for the current weighing.
  6. SSCC number of the logistic unit.
  7. Theoretical weight: The theoretical weight is the sum of the weight of the items on the logistic unit. The item weight can be defined on the Sales tab of the Item Master Data.
  8. In the case of master SSCC’s, an additional Sub SSCC’s weight value is shown. The value is calculated as the sum of the measured weight of the Sub SSCC’s.

9.5.6. Skip items

It is possible that there are goods that cannot be packed. Continue the packing until only products that cannot be packed are listed on the screen.
Press the ‘Skip all items’ button to skip every remaining item.

On the next screen confirm that you would like to skip the remaining items.

Confirm skipping

The system proceeds to the Select a reason screen.
Select a reason from the list. Every reason that can be used for picking is listed.

Select a reason

On the next screen define where the skipped items should be moved.

  • To move the items onto an SSCC, scan the SSCC. If the scanned SSCC is not in stock, identify the destination location as described below.
  • To create a new SSCC, press the ’New SSCC button’ then identify the destination location as described below. If configured, the 700 - WHS: created LU print event is triggered and the logistic label is printed.
  • Scan the destination location or select it from a list.
    • Press the ’Select location’ button to list every active location from the warehouse.
    • Press the ’Select empty location’ button to list every empty active location from the warehouse.

Please note: If no SSCC is created or selected, the items will be moved without a linked logistic unit.

Select destination

After the destination location is defined, the system removes the locking from the skipped products and updates the pick list.

  • If the total quantity on the pick list line is skipped, the system adds the selected reason to the pick list line and closes it.
  • If the pick list line is partially skipped, the ‘Open’ and ‘Picked’ quantity of the pick list line is updated with the packed quantity. A closed line will be added with the quantity and the details of the skipped product and the selected reason.

After the lockings are removed, the skipped products are moved onto the selected logistic unit or destination location. Then the system returns to the Select moveable location screen where the user can continue the packing.

implementation/wms/flows_packing.txt · Last modified: 2018/12/06 10:14 by vise