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Medium

Picking Strategies
Picking Strategies
Inventory Management
Process Optimization
Solve
In a complex SAP WM system, you are configuring picking strategies for a high-volume distribution center that handles various types of goods including perishable items. The warehouse utilizes FIFO (First-In, First-Out), LIFO (Last-In, First-Out), and "shelf life expiration" picking strategies to optimize the flow of goods. You need to implement these strategies correctly based on product type and priority. For perishable goods, ensuring products do not expire is paramount, whereas for non-perishable goods, optimizing space and managing older stock takes precedence.
            
            Which configuration ensures that the picking process is optimized according to the type of goods and their respective storage and handling requirements?
A: FIFO strategy for non-perishable items, LIFO for high turnover items, and "shelf life expiration" for perishable items.
            B: LIFO strategy for all items to reduce aisle traffic and handling.
            C: FIFO strategy for perishable and non-perishable items to simplify warehouse operations.
            D: "Shelf life expiration" strategy for all items to prioritize the removal of older stock.
            E: FIFO strategy for perishable items, LIFO for items stored deep within the warehouse, and "shelf life expiration" strategy for high-value items.
            F: LIFO strategy for perishable items, FIFO for items with long shelf life, and "shelf life expiration" for items nearing their expiration date.

Medium

Storage Unit Management
Storage Unit Management
Batch Management
Inventory Control
Solve
A warehouse is set up in SAP WM to use both Storage Unit Management and Batch Management. You are tasked with configuring the system to ensure batch traceability within storage units while maintaining efficient space utilization. Consider a scenario where a batch-managed product is delivered and needs to be stored in a storage unit that already contains the same product but from a different batch. You need to decide how the SAP WM system should handle this situation in terms of storage bin management and storage unit management.
            
            How should the system be configured to allow batch-specific placements without losing track of individual batches within the same product type and storage unit?
A: Configure the storage type to allow mixed storage and activate batch level at the storage unit level.
            B: Configure the storage type to disallow mixed storage but not activate batch level at the storage type or storage unit level.
            C: Allow mixed storage in the storage type and do not maintain batch information at the storage unit level.
            D: Disallow mixed storage and activate batch level at both the storage type and storage unit levels.
            E: Allow mixed storage and set up batch management at the bin level, not on the storage unit.
            F: Disallow mixed storage, maintain batch information at the storage type level but not at the storage unit level.

Medium

Warehouse Movement Types
Movement Types
Transfer Orders
Process Efficiency
Solve
In SAP WM, understanding and configuring the appropriate movement types is critical for efficient warehouse operations. A scenario arises where a company needs to handle returns efficiently, especially those that need quality inspection before they can be restocked or disposed of. The company utilizes movement type 101 for standard goods receipts and needs to set up a new process for handling returns.
            
            You are tasked with configuring a movement type for returns that facilitates their transfer to a quality inspection area before any restocking or disposal decisions are made. Which movement type configuration and subsequent process should you set up to handle these returns efficiently while ensuring they undergo necessary inspections?
A: Use movement type 102 for returns, creating a direct transfer to the quality inspection area without a separate transfer order.
            B: Use movement type 122 for returns, automatically generating a transfer order to move items to the quality inspection area.
            C: Use movement type 653 for returns, setting up an automatic transfer order to the quality inspection area with system-directed putaway.
            D: Use movement type 101 for returns, with manual creation of a separate transfer order for each return item needing inspection.
            E: Use movement type 202 for returns, requiring manual intervention to create transfer orders for inspection.
            F: Use movement type 107 for preliminary returns, followed by movement type 109 to finalize the move after inspection.
🧐 Question🔧 Skill

Medium

Picking Strategies
Picking Strategies
Inventory Management
Process Optimization

2 mins

SAP WM
Solve

Medium

Storage Unit Management
Storage Unit Management
Batch Management
Inventory Control

2 mins

SAP WM
Solve

Medium

Warehouse Movement Types
Movement Types
Transfer Orders
Process Efficiency

2 mins

SAP WM
Solve
🧐 Question🔧 Skill💪 Difficulty⌛ Time
Picking Strategies
Picking Strategies
Inventory Management
Process Optimization
SAP WM
Medium2 mins
Solve
Storage Unit Management
Storage Unit Management
Batch Management
Inventory Control
SAP WM
Medium2 mins
Solve
Warehouse Movement Types
Movement Types
Transfer Orders
Process Efficiency
SAP WM
Medium2 mins
Solve

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