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Mixed inventory/Auto Pack Settings and Progression/WMS

Mixed inventory/Auto Pack Settings and Progression/WMS

Mixed inventory/Auto Pack Settings and Progression/WMS

Okay guys. We have a new requirement from the FDA regarding a specific cross-section of our inventory. These specific items will have to now be lotted. Now this isn't an issue in itself except that we ship major retailers (i.e. Wal-Mart), some of these items are our most popular, and to ship within the required window, we have them set to Auto Pack. Now, I was just informed that the only way to have the serial/lot pull correctly is to have the set to Pick n Pack. From a logistical standpoint, that is not a valid option for us due to the increase in manpower required.

We are using Progression version 7.7.700 - SQL, as well as WMS, and Vantage Point EDI. If anyone has encountered this issue, please advise your outcome. I am seeking input/advice, as this is very new ground for us.

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