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MARA-HERKL and MARC-HERKL

Hello, experts! Could you tell me what the difference between MARA-HERKL and MARC-HERKL is? Are they always the same?

Many thanks!

Regards,

Shelwin

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 05:45 AM

    Hi,

    HERKL - country of origin

    MARA - material maintained at client level - so if you maintained the material at client level - the material origin country is applicable for all plants. You have the single source of material to procure

    MARC: it should be maintained at plant level. Can be the material originated for specicif plant only. might be applicable for that plant only.

    In general the A material can be originated from US,DE,CH,IN....

    from which cournty you want to procure, that depends on the plants or business agreements

    Thanks,Kiran

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      Hi,

      If you maintained in MARA, it should not copy to MARC. You need to extend it again.

      if you maintain it MARC - its applicable to plant only! MARA could be empty

      Basically this will appear at the time of goods receipt and goods issue. particular in MCHA/MCHB tables will have the correct HERKL

  • Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 05:44 AM

    Hi Shelwin,

    Pretty sure I saw this question before, maybe some search would help (if you haven't done yet). Anyway, I assume the MARC value is plant specific and the MARA would be a "default" value, so no, they not necessarily are the same.

    Cheers,

    Custodio

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