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Conversion Contract Greige Fabric in SAP

Dear All,

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I have a scenario in Textile Sector.

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Sometimes we create contract of fabric quality (Material (30*30 / 76*56, 85" ) QTY 10,000 M.....But sometimes weaver (vendor) produce (weave) 86" width of quality or produce (weave) some portion of 86" of quality.

For this store in-charge receive all QTY 85" and 86" of width and issue Slip (PAKKI PARCHI).. in the end while finalizing the contract vendor (weaver ) claim extra width charges for this adjustment have to make.

Now My Question from all ....How to cater this Scenario in SAP MM (PO>Good Receipt).


Aqib Zaka Dar

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  • Posted on Jul 19, 2016 at 07:34 AM

    Hi Aqib,

    How is the extra charge is done? Is it for each meter of fabric or only a fixed amount? If it is for each meter of the fabric then change the price in the PO and if it is a fixed amount then add a new condition type as additional charges. After changing the PO price then do the receiving. Thanks


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  • Posted on Jul 19, 2016 at 02:40 PM

    Hi, For the Receipt process yes UOM is the only matter . If the Fabric is is having two dimentions the length in mTRs and width in the Inches , and you are going to receive in meters . In MTR you are not getting more but in width you are getting more for the same length . Since you have two codes for 85 and 86 , what you need to do is ask your vendors to work on two POs one for 85 and another 86 . Then receipting and invoicing is easy . with the Number of meters in Length for the UOM for each PO is known , then fine normal PO if not known a Balnket PO would be useful . Regards,

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