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Title: SAP EWM Kitting Process

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A kit is a list of products that are always
delivered together. Kits can be a group of
materials used to repair a piece of machinery, or
they can be add-on products for other products, a
display or assortment of products to sell in a
retail store, or an assortment of tools used for
a particular repair or assembly task. Extended
Warehouse Management does not save the kits as
master data instead, it receives the information
about the structure of a kit in the form of items
of an outbound delivery from the SAP ERP system.
The structure containing the kit in the
outbound delivery, in combination with a
packaging specification, is used as a basis for
assembling or producing a kit in EWM. A kit is a
set of products that is defined by a bill of
material (or component list) and which is always
shipped to a customer in a complete and assembled
form. The customer orders the kit in the
warehouse, they either pick an existing kit or
pick the component and build the kit the
warehouse ships the kit to the customer and
customer service bills the customer for the
complete kit (based on kit pricing, not the
pricing of the individual components).
EWM supports various kitting functions that may
take place in a warehouse, including Kit
to Order Using the Kit to Order process, kits
are created when requested by a sales order. If
you do not have a certain kit in stock when the
order is placed, or you don't typically stock
this kit, you can use the Kit to Order process to
assemble the kit at a kitting work center during
outbound delivery processing. EWM supports Kit to
Order processes that are initiated either from an
SAP ERP sales order or an SAP Customer
Relationship Management (CRM) sales order. Kit
to Stock Using the Kit to Stock functionality,
you can create kits and stock them in the
warehouse to speed up subsequent outbound
delivery processing. Kit to Stock can be
triggered from ERP (based on requirements from
Advanced Planning and Optimization (APO) or
Material Requirements Planning (MRP), or manually
generated) or locally in EWM. Reverse Kitting
The Reverse Kitting functionality is used to
split a kit into its components.
Kitting Levels
A kit can consist of the following levels A
kit header represents the finished kit. A kit
component is a product in the kit. EWM does not
support nested kits, that is, kits in kits. The
kit header material is what the customer orders
and what he will be shipped and billed. The kit
components are materials that are used to
assemble the kit.
EWM does not save the kit structure as master
data. Instead, it receives the information in the
form of items and subitems of a delivery from the
ERP system. This allows flexibility for the kit
to be adjusted in the originating sales order, it
for example, the customer doesn't need every
component of the kit or if the customer needs an
additional component packaged together with the
System Integration
Kit to Order With kit to order, you can have the
system automatically assemble kits if there is no
kit in stock. The following rules apply to kits
A kit is always delivered in full to a
customer. The kit header and kit components
are always scheduled for the same date. All
components for the kit must come from the same
warehouse (this can beS achieved by means of
internal transfer between warehouses). Kit
prices are always calculated at the header level.
The kit header and kit components have a
quantity ratio defined by the kit structure
to each other. This quantity ratio is
recalculated as soon as there are changes at kit
header level or at kit component level.
Kitting at a Work Center with a VAS Order You
can use this process to create a kit with a
value-added service order (VAS order). This
provides you with the following VAS order
options Working with a special kitting work
center Automatic determination of the kitting
work center Integrating VAS processing into
the delivery This process requires a packaging
specification for the product of the kit header
item as master data, so that you can create a VAS
order. This packaging specification must have a
level of the level type Kitting. If you are using
process-oriented storage control, you must assign
the corresponding warehouse process step (such as
KIT) of the warehouse process used to the kitting
level. The BC Sets /SPE/KIT_TO_ORDER on the ERP
side and /SCWM/DLV_KTO in EWM contain the
important required settings for the kit -to-order
EWM Functions
Settings Required in ERP for Kit to Order Process
Define Item Category Groups Define Item
Categories for Deliveries Define Item Category
Determination in Deliveries Set Goods Receipt
Movement Type for Kit Headers Create Material
master for Header part and components CIF the
parts to EWM Create a Sale BOM for the Header
item Maintain the stock of the components in EWM
Create a sale order for the Header item...Check
BOM explosion Create Outbound delivery in ECC
Check the Outbound delivery order in EWM, check
the item types and hierarchy.
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EWM Functions
Settings required in EWM for Kit To Order Process
for Kit WC with VAS order scenario Map Item
Types from ERP System to EWM Create a Storage
Process including kit step Maintain POSC data
Maintain Work Center set up for KIT WC, with VAS
step Create WOCR, Assign POSC Create WPT,
Assign WOCR Determine WPT Maintain STSS
Maintain VAS relevance Maintain Packaging
EWM Functions
Kit to Stock In addition to kitting specifically
for outbound orders, you can also execute the
kitting ahead of orders being received from
customers based on prior knowledge of or
anticipation of the orders (for example, based on
forecasts or sales promotions) using the Kit to
Stock process in EWM. The Kit to Stock process
is a simple, streamlined kit creation process
that is executed and documented in the warehouse
management system. Kit creation can be
triggered in the ERP system based on a production
order (which could have been created manually or
automatically based on requirements from
planning, for example, using the Kit to Stock
process from SAP Service Parts Planning), or it
can be triggered in the EWM system directly using
a VAS order. You can use this process to create
kits and then transfer them to stock. This
provides you with a simple, streamlined kit
creation process that is executed and documented
in the warehouse. You can either trigger kit
creation manually in the ERP system, based on a
production order, or in the EWM system directly
using a value-added service order ( VAS order)
EWM Functions
EWM Functions
  • Define Order Types for VAS for Kit to Stock
  • Review Document types and item types OKTS/OKSR
    and IKTS/IKSR
  • Create a WPT for inbound and outbound...Source
    data in inbound WPT can be filled later
  • Maintain WPT determination
  • Maintain STSS
  • Create a storage type_copy from VAS/Section/Bin
    _Work center and staging area_Maintain this In
    inbound WPT staging area
  • Maintain a Workcenter to perform KTS_check Master
  • Create Kit header and item
  • Cif them
  • Maintain Production BOM
  • Maintain Packspec
  • Create VAS order
  • Create task for OBD
  • Confirm in KITS WC
  • Confirm VAS Order
  • Post components
  • Post KIT

EWM Documents
EWM Documents
EWM Documents
EWM Documents
EWM Documents
  • Create POSC for Kitting by creating a new step
    eg. ZKIT (VAS step)
  • Steps OB01 , ZKIT, OB03

c) Define new work center copy from standard VERP
Work center d) We should change the layout
EWM Documents
We should enable change kit flag in the new layout
EWM Documents
Create new warehouse process type Create new
WOCR and assign in WPT
EWM Documents
VAS relevance only for KIT Header
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  • Process
  • Create Sales order in ECC (BOM components should
    come along with header)
  • Create Delivery in ECC (both header and
  • In EWM picking and PICK HU
  • Goto to /n/scwm/pack (Work center)
  • In work center press Generate Kits keeping cursor
    on the handling Unit.
  • then the KIT header will be generated in the
    handling unit.
  • Close the HU
  • Confirm WT and post the GI

  • KTO without VAS order
  • Remove relevance for VAS order creation
  • Ensure POSC is OB01, OB02, OB03 (pick, pack,
  • Change the layout of the pack work center. Layout
    should have KIT generate icon
  • ODO creation -- gt pick HU ? PACK ? in pack work
    center we should generate KIT.

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