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Manufacturing facility locations and storage within the plants should be available in any live Production Planning module.

Material Master

The material master contains information on all of the materials that a business purchases, manufactures, stores, and sells. It is a unique number that identifies a material master record and hence a material.

Material Bills

The material master contains information on all of the materials that a business purchases, manufactures, stores, and sells. It is a unique number that identifies a material master record and hence a material.

Work Center

A Work Center is a machine or set of equipment that performs manufacturing processes. Task list activities make use of work centres.


Routing is just a set of operations carried out at the Work Center. It also provides the machine time, labour time, and other parameters for operation execution.

Production version

The production version is a blend of BOM and production routing data. It is a connection between the BOM and the routing that determines the production process.

Production Planning

To satisfy sales needs as per manufacturing cycle periods, planning is based on the sales strategy. The Product's demand is incorporated into demand management as a scheduled independent need.

Demand Control

Demand Management estimates required quantities and delivery dates for completed products and critical assemblies. PIR (planned independent requirements) and customer needs are used in demand management.

A product’s planning strategy must be outlined. It shows the industrial procedures for planning and manufacturing. There are two ways we may accomplish this.

Make to Stock: The production of items in the absence of sales orders, i.e., the stock is produced independently of orders.

Make to Order: This method is used to produce material for a single sales order or line item.

Material Requirement Planning

MRP identifies any shortfalls and generates the necessary purchase items. It computes net requirements and generates planned orders for in-house manufactured goods as well as buy requisitions for raw materials.
It manages lead times and calculates manufacturing dates in anticipated orders.
It deconstructs the BOM and creates purchase bids at each level of the BOM.

Leveling and Capacity Planning

Capacity Planning is used to assess capacity overloads at work centres and shift orders to minimise capacity bottlenecks.

Capacity needs are produced in Work Center by MRP, and because MRP works with limitless capacity, everything in Work Center is planned without regard for capacity restrictions. It is necessary to level the capacity at the work facility.
Capacity may be leveled at each work center using a planning table to construct a constrained production plan.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    1. What exactly is SAP PP?

    SAP PP process is connected to a company’s production planning and includes all operations such as MRP (Material Requirement Planning), BOM (Bills of Material), Routing, Capacity Planning, and so on, but it primarily consists of two parts.

    Material Planning: Planning for material requirements, long-term planning, Execution Planning: Production order creation, workflow, conformations, technical completion, and excellent movement

    2. Explain what is Routing in SAP PP?

    In SAP PP, routing refers to a set of operations that must be completed in order to create any item. When you estimate the cost of a material, for example, the system activates the applicable routing and activity rates for all those mentioned in the routing. This will be useful in calculating the processing cost in product pricing.

    3. What good are MRP PP evaluations?

    This role includes a function for assessing the MRP outcome. This feature may be used to locate information on material availability and to identify any material shortage situations.

    4. What is the meaning of PRT (Production Resource Tools) in SAP PP?

    PRTs (Production Resource Tools) are mobile operational items used to execute repetitive tasks in plant or production maintenance, such as documents as drawings or programs that employ document management functions.