I think the system operates under the assumption that everything that is de-merchandised from an aisle when the plano team is resetting is is going to be backstocked before the POG fill is dropped. Pretty fricken dumb, right?We normally organize, label and fly everything up in the steel. Then POG pulls it down at their convenience. As far as backstocking, I wish Target would improve the overall POG system. We get asked to pull Planos all the time, we do it then backstock 80% of it, filling up all our open locations and wasting everyones time. How hard could it be to improve the system? Our autofills are pretty much dead on, why not POG? I highly doubt those 30 plate sets you just pulled are going to go.
Also, shelf capacities are not always correct so that causes the system to pull deeper than it needs to as well.
Same story! I was the lucky winner that got to do those 4 flats of backstock! I think in small appliances, the top shelf that holds the display also counts for 1 unit capacity, so you know that for every item in PLUG, the system will pull at least one extra! #suicidewatchYou got that right! POG recently reset Plug and as you know most Plug locations hold 2/3 of the item, due to box size. That was a FUN backstocking experience.
There is a report that shows how many New POG Fills, POG Fills, REVision Fills, and Order batches got dropped. so be careful you don't have to many POG Fill batches or its bound to raise some red flagsvery odd, we usually have very little backstock. the only area that's been a major pain is the checklanes. and if you drop a "ad items" fill instead of new pog fill, then just shoot a batch for your missing items, it saves all the hours of pulling/bs whats already out, and clears twt fill report. bp or not, it gets the job done, isn't traceable on reporting, and as long as you make sure its full, should be fine.