UoM Letdown Process

UoM Letdown Process

Software Plan :  Growth
Account Type :  Seller Account
Inventory Type :  Non-Serialized

Feature description

Letdown is the process of breaking a UoM type into its constituent UoM type. For eg. A case can be letdown(break down) into inner packs or an inner pack into eaches(SKU).

Pre-Read:  Configuring UoM

Use Case

1. A B2C order has been received at the warehouse. After checking, warehouse manager found out that eaches are required to fulfill the order. However, he finds that he has Cases which may be letdown into Eaches to fulfill this B2C order.
2. A B2B order has been received at the warehouse. After checking, warehouse manager found out that inner packs are required to fulfill the order. However, he finds that he has Cases which may be letdown into Inner Packs to fulfill this B2B order.

Workflows

Workflow 1: HHT Disabled

Step 1-  Go to Masters (main menu) > UoM.
(In the screenshot, a case is configured of the SKU (Test-Product) for 1000 quantities and an inner pack is configured of the SKU (Test-Product) for 500 quantities.)
Go to Create Letdown Job



Kindly ensure that inventory is available for the UoM in order to create a letdown job      .

Step 2-  Mention the UoM code you wish to convert. Choose the quantity of the cases that needs to be converted. Choose the Uom type as inner pack or each as per your requirement. Click on Create



A letdown order will be created. Click on OK



Step 3- Go to Letdown and apply the date filter and status filter for the letdown order you wish to work upon. Go to Actions and click on Create Picklist Icon



Picklist will be generated. Click on OK




Step 4-  Go to the Actions again and Download the picklist



A picklist will be downloaded



Step 5- Go to Letdown (1and apply the date filter (2) and status filter (3for the letdown order you wish to work upon. The order status will be changed to Picklist Printed. Go to Actions (4and click on the Yellow Right Pointing Triangle (5)



Step 7-  Choose the case 1 and click on Next to open the case.



Step 8-  The case is now opened. Scan or Select the Inner Pack in the following case and click on Next



Step 9-  Choose the quantity of the inner pack and update the inventory type as Good, Bad and Missing



Letdown of Case 1 is completed. Click on OK



Step 10-  Select the Case 2 and click on Next



Step 11-  The case is now opened. Scan or Select the Inner Pack in which you wish to convert the case and click on Next



Step 12-  Choose the quantity of the inner pack and update the inventory type as GoodBad and Missing



Letdown of Case 2 is completed. Click on OK



Status of the Letdown order will be shown as Completed



Workflow 2: HHT Enabled


Step 1: Follow Step 1 to Step 3 from Workflow 1: HHT Disabled


Step 4-  A batch will be created. Go to Orders (main menu) > B2B orders > Order Batches B2B. Select the Picker and the Packer.




Step 5- Go to Letdown (1and apply the date filter (2) and status filter (3) for the letdown order you wish to work upon. The order status will be changed to Picklist Printed. Go to Actions (4and click on the Yellow Right Pointing Triangle (5)



You will see the case however the case cannot be opened until the items get picked via the HHT.



Step 6- Go to your Android HHT App and open Picklist

                                         

Step 7-  Go to Letdown (1and apply the date filter (2) and status filter (3) for the letdown order you wish to work upon. The order status will be changed to Picklist Printed. Go to Actions (4and click on the Yellow Right Pointing Triangle (5)



The case will now be enable. Select the case and click on Next



Step 8-  The case is now opened. Scan or Select the Inner Pack in which you wish to convert the case and click on 
Next



Step 9-  Choose the quantity of the inner pack and update the inventory type as GoodBad and Missing


Letdown of the Case is completed. Click on OK


The status of the Letdown order is now completed


Letdown Bulk Putaway


Step 1-  Go to
Inventory (main menu) > Putaway. Click on the hamburger and choose Bulk Putaway



Step 2-  Choose the Putaway type as Letdown Putaway and download the CSV Template. Click on Submit



Step 3-  Mention the bin name that you want to update the inventory in and upload the file.


The bin designated for storing letdown items should be configured as part of the bulk zone.


FAQs

  1.  Is inventory availability necessary for the UoM to create a letdown job?
    Yes, inventory availability is nessesary for the Unit of Measure (UoM) in order to create a letdown job.

  2.  Can I initiate a letdown for a case that has not been picked by the picker?
    No, you are not allowed to letdown a case until it has been picked by the picker.


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