A Maintenance Planner creates a Multiple Maintenance Work Orders with several Non-Stock items (i.e Carpentry Services, Civil Works, etc. )
Instead of releasing them one by one, the Maintenance Planner can use the SAP transaction code ME55.
From the report, just indicate the Release group, Plant, and the Materials Planner Controller. You can fill out the other fields if you want a specified number of Purchase Requisitions to appear.After filling out the fields, click on the execute button ( its the clock located on the upper left hand of the report =) ).
To release the Purchase Requisitions by clicking the release icon ( its the pencil with the check on top). Then click the back button and your done .
Its very simple, don’t you think so?
A typical sample of Materials processing May it be a Stock item or Non Stock item is that the Maintenance Planner will Print a Material Issue Slip (MIS) along with the Maintenance Order Form. The Maintenance Planner will then issue these printed forms to the Mechanic(s) for job execution. The Mechanic will go to the Plant Stores where all the Spare Parts are kept and the Mechanic will give the Maintenance Order form & Material Issue Slip to the Store Clerk. The Store Clerk will now check for the reservation number in SAP, The Stores Clerk will perform a Goods Issue to the Reservation number that is based on the Material Slip in SAP. After that the Store Clerk will now physically issue the Spare Parts to the Mechanic and have him sign the Material issue slip. After the release of the actual materials, the Mechanic can perform the necessary repairs.
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