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Need to maintain non valuated stock or vendor stock for third party sales

Client is working on third party sales by BANS item category which process MIRO on base of PO rather than GR check. Since GR is not processing therefore stock is not maintained within the system.

Requirement: Client wants to maitain vendor stock which should be non valuated within the system. Furthermore they ask to consume non valuated vendor stock with reference to the sales. How it can be done? Should it need to be process through vendor managed inventory or new material type?

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2016 at 01:51 PM


    In third party scenario, the PO is with account assignment and GR is statistical - means GR is not mandatory, but you can do GR if required. But the GR is statistical and it wont generate any stock postings. Please check how its happening physically - If the vendor is supplying to the customer (third party scenario), GR is not necessary in your system, since physically it doesnt happen. However, you can post a GR (statistical) just to track the goods receipt at customer.

    May I know why you need the stock to be posted (as nonvaluated) in your plant, when the vendor directly delivers the stock to the customer. As of my knowledge, its not logical and not possible in standard third party scenario. If you receive the stock, how you will again issue the stock to customer?



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    • Well client do not want to make part of stock instead charging commision from the vendor on providing warehousing facility means they are not purchasing stock from vendor just like Amazon who charge commision on warehousing.

      Thats why it is required to keep stock non valuated and expensed out at the time of issuance. Furthermore consignment stock is best fit to this scenario.


      Salman Mazhar

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