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Hi,

we have the following scenario

Two Company codes 1000,2000

Two Transportation planning Points 1000,2000

One Shipment Document need to be created with Deliveries from both Company codes

Since under VT01N i can select 1 Transportation planning point,

how can we include Two Deliveries from Two different company codes under one shipment document and divide the shipment cost and post to respective company codes

Does VT04 support this scenario?

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    Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 07:06 PM

    Although only one TPP is needed/allowed for shipment creation itself the deliveries allowed in the shipment do not necessarily need to be from the same TPP.

    I would suggest; Try VT01N - create a shipment for either TPP, add your relevant deliveries from different TPP to confirm that part is not an issue at all.

    As far as shipment cost and post to respective company codes I cannot assist (never implemented shipment level costing personally but have seen deliveries from different TPPs in the same shipments without any hard stop).

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  • Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 02:37 PM

    Hi,

    "how can we include Two Deliveries from Two different company codes under one shipment document"

    Well, you managed that. No problem to do that.

    "divide the shipment cost and post to respective company codes"

    That does not work. One shipment document belongs one one transportation planning point. A transportation planning point is assigned to one company code. And this is used for the cost transfer. If they plan a transport for another company code, they have to bill this to them.

    Brgds

    Juergen

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