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Jiwa Inventory - Stock Transfers Between Part Numbers

In this article we will be looking at how to transfer stock between parts in Jiwa using the Stock Transfer from.

 

Transferring Stock Between Part Numbers

The stock transfer form can be used to transfer stock from once part to another.

This is handy if you want to transfer seconds stock to a seconds part number that has a different sell price.  Or you have accidentally received stock against the wrong part number where the costs for both parts are the same.

 

From the main menu select Inventory > Stock Transfer

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Ensure you are working in the correct Warehouse before creating a new stock transfer.  The warehouse cannot be changed when you have created a new transfer.

Select the New icon to create a new transfer (adjustment)

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In the Reference field enter in details of why you are doing the transfer

Confirm the Warehouse the transfer is being processed against

Select a Reason code for the transfer.  The reason code will drive the GL posting account that the adjustment is posted to, so you may have a reason code such as Stock Transfer

In the From Part No. field enter in the stock item that you want to transfer stock out from

When you have selected your part the Search Stock on Hand screen will appear.  This screen provides you with a listing of remaining stock by date received and the cost the stock was received in at on that date.

As Jiwa works on a first in first out (FIFO) method of stock allocation it is recommended that you select the oldest receipt available.

However if you are transferring stock that is related to a specific receipt then select that receipt.


In the Transfer Quantity field enter in the quantity that you need to transfer over

In the To Part No. field enter in the part number you are transferring into


When complete Save and Activate your stock transfer

 

This video is best seen on the full screen. Just click on the icon at the bottom right of the video (see image below).

To exit full screen just press escape 

 

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