The waiting has come to an end - the new TM S/4HANA 1909 release has finally been released for customers since 20.09.2019. The new TM 1909 has a lot to offer: In addition to the previous functionalities, which have been improved, completely new functions have been added.
Curious to know what they are? Here is an overview of the functional highlights of the new SAP TM S/4HANA 1909 release:
The package unit was already introduced in the TM 1809 release. The TM S/4HANA 1909 release brings two new functionalities in this context:
Improved mixed pallet formation: Products from different customers can now be consolidated on one pallet. For this purpose, the freight units are split and distributed on different pallets. This enables optimized pallet formation and thus better truck utilization, which in turn leads to reduced transport costs and lower CO2 emissions.
Formation of exclusive pallets: In addition to the formation of mixed pallets, exclusive pallets can also be formed which are loaded exclusively with products from a single customer.
Form package units directly from the freight order: It is possible for the warehouse to form a package unit, which can later be used for return.
Finally, this functionality, which is immensely important for road transport, has been incorporated into the standard as it has been implemented in numerous individual projects in the past. The normalized cargo space consumption quantity (NLQ) converts different measurement units into selected measurement units. Thus, it is now also possible for a scheduler to view the parking space consumption for different load carriers on a resource. These can be, for example, Euro pallets, roll containers or the classic loading meters. This means that apples no longer have to be compared with pears, and it is possible to visualise the truck load factor even with loads with a wide variety of load carriers.
The TM S/4HANA 1909 release brings four new functionalities in connection with the LBN:
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