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1Multiple Product Campaign Run incl Multiple Product Campaign Run incl. MQC SAP Best Practices for Chemicals (France)SAP Best Practices
2Scenario Overview Purpose and Benefits: Purpose The purpose of to describe business processes related to Product Campaign within SAP ERP.
3Scenario Overview SAP Applications Required: Required SAP ECC 6.0 EhP3Company roles involved in process flowsProduction PlannerShop Floor Specialist
4Color Paints Manufacturing Process The discontinuous batch oriented Color Paint manufacturing process involves four major steps:Preassembly & PremixPigment Grinding & MillingProduct Finishing & BlendingProduct Filling & PackagingBlending, Filling & Packaging are covered through existing scenarios in Best Practices for Chemicals.Color Paint Manufacturing process (to be mapped in this scenario) is a batch oriented discontinuous process involving steps like mixing, grinding & finishing.In the manufacture of inks and paints, a technique called a color-run is used. Color-run refers to run schedule where one manufactures the lightest color first, such as light yellow followed by the next increasingly darker color such as orange, then red and so on until reaching black and then starts over again. This minimizes the cleanup and reconfiguring of the machinery between each batch.
5Production Processes: Batch Production for Yellow Paint Plant 1000DescriptionMat typeMat NrWM managedQM activeBatch managedPaint, YellowYQBMCH-3100Discontinuous Production: Filling, Heating, Grinding, DispersingMixing in Storage TankAcrylic ResinYQRMCH-1010Additive BG99YQAICH-1020Solvent (Grade A)ROHCH-1430Pigment, YellowROHCH-1441Active Ingredient Processing (Procurement & Manufacturing)Acrylic Resin (residue)YQRMCH-1010Acrylic Resin (new delivery)YQRMCH-1010
6Production Processes: Batch Production for Black Paint Plant 1000DescriptionMat typeMat NrWM managedQM activeBatch managedPaint, BlackYQBMCH-3110Discontinuous Production: Filling, Heating, Grinding, DispersingMixing in Storage TankAcrylic ResinYQRMCH-1010Additive BG99YQAICH-1020Solvent (Grade A)ROHCH-1430Pigment, BlackROHCH-1442Active Ingredient Processing (Procurement & Manufacturing)Acrylic Resin (residue)YQRMCH-1010Acrylic Resin (new delivery)YQRMCH-1010
7Multiple Product Campaign Run Scenario – Mapping in SAP – Process Steps Enter Planned Production QuantitiesMD61Adjust Production PlanRun MRPMD02Check Stock / Requirements ListMD04Capacity OverloadYesNoCollective Conversion of Planned OrdersCOR8Run MRPMD02Check Stock / Requirements ListMD04Execute Production for same color paint runas per scheduleCORKExecute Production for new color paint runas per scheduleCORKCapacity OverloadYesChange converted Process ordersCOR2NoExecute Cleaning / Change-over activitiesCOR6NExecute Production as per ScheduleCORKNoCleaning RequiredYesConfirm end of a run – Final ConfirmationCORKCreate Cleaning / Change-over OrderCORO
8Multiple Product Campaign Run Scenario - Enhancements Start of Next color paint (like Yellow Paint) run is preceded by a cleaning of common resource.A cleanout order is proposed when final confirmation for a processing step (phase) identified with Cleaning Reqd checkbox ticked (defined by user fields) is being saved.This is set up through user exit - CONFPI05 (Process order conf.: Cust. spec. enhancements when saving)Common Resource Cleaning is mapped through creation & release of Cleanout Order (Process order without material). It is used to record and account activities & materials consumed during the cleaning process.The Cleanout order can settled to a cost center or to paint being manufactured in next runCompletion of common Resource Cleaning is ascertained through activation of User Status – ZCL (Resource Cleaning Completed). This user status is set when the process order is fully confirmed (CNF)Material Quantity Calculation (MQC) formula is used to calculate quantity for solvent (CH-1430) to be added in the manufacturing process. It is calculated based on active ingredient proportion in batch selected for additive (CH-1020)Formula defined for solvent (CH-1430) ensures that solvent to paint ratio is maintained to maxm 40%. If solvent quantity calculated using Active ingredient content in batch of additive (CH-1020) is more than 40 % then keep original ratio (35%) otherwise use the calculated value. This ensures that solvent to paint ratio is maintained appropriately
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