The Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ) requirement specifies the lowest quantity of a certain product that a supplier is willing to sell.

The Units of Measurement (UOM) requirement specifies case size or multiple used for ordering. For example, if a variant needs to be ordered in multiples of 50, then UOM will display the quantity to order on a purchase order as 50, 100, 150, etc based on the replenishment recommendation. Note that UOM will be a number entered, not text such as 'case' or 'pallet'. 

When MOQ and/or UOM is specified it does not change replenishment numbers for variants that are shown on the Replenishment section of Inventory Planner. However when the variant is added to a purchase order and the quantity is below the MOQ or outside of the UOM, it's automatically rounded up to the MOQ or UOM number as appropriate.

How to set Minimum Order Quantity

It can be set manually on Vendors > Vendor Name > Variants page

It also can be uploaded in a spreadsheet as the part of vendor catalog (Import > Single Vendor Catalog)

When a MOQ is specified it does not change replenishment numbers for products. However when such product is added to a purchase order and the quantity is below the MOQ it's automatically rounded up to the MOQ number.

How to add Units of Measurement

The Units of Measurement (UOM) requirement specifies the granularity of products and is used when products are purchased in boxes.

It's also can be set manually on Vendors -> Vendor Name -> Variants page or uploaded as the part of a vendor catalog.

When a product with UOM is added to a purchase order quantities are automatically converted up to the next UOM number. E.g. when a UOM is set to 10 and the replenishment number is 45 it will be converted to 50 (5 packs of 10 items each).

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