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How do I allocate van emergency stock?

Post by parley » 27 Sep 2017, 12:15

Hi

Two questions relating to van stock please.

1: I have two vans on emergency call and they have to carry stock for example a power supply, this stock however cannot show as free stock as it is always to be on vans for emergency use. How do I do this on Sage?

2: The Van emergency stock also has consumables allocated such as tape/screws/clips etc, we have to book out to van somehow but unlike a power supply which we can book to a customer if used, do I just write down the consumables as they renew the stock?

Thanks for looking.

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Re: How do I allocate van emergency stock?

Post by brucedenney » 27 Sep 2017, 13:20

There are many ways.

I suggest that you create a sales order for each van.
Put the items on the van in the sales order.
Allocate stock to the sales orders and do not invoice them.

This will keep the stock from being available, it will let you know which van has which items.
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Re: How do I allocate van emergency stock?

Post by parley » 29 Sep 2017, 10:31

Thanks Bruce, sounds like a plan. If they use any van stock overnight on emergency I could just give them it back and book the stock replacement item to the job.
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