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Separate line item for Customes duty should generate for accounting doc of 411-K material document

Hi Experts,

We have a scenario in Consignment as below.

1. Customs duty should be levied on the Consignment Purchase Order but even though customs condition maintained at PIR. System is not posting to the JCDB account. Only GR/IR clearing and Raw material inventory account were being hit. Will the customs apply in consignment or not?

2. If yes, the customs duty should be loaded on to the Inventory. Please let me know how to make this happen.



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  • Customs condition maintained in PIR.

    GRN done for the Consignment Purchase Order.

    Material transferred to Own stock and the accounting document for the same is below. Despite of maintaining the JCDB (2%) condition in PIR, system not able to generate a new line for Cutoms. Our concern is why system not able to create another line for customs condition. In general will it create for consignment? If so what needs to be done to achieve that? 2% of 12,600 is 252 should be be accounted to Customs clearing A/c.

    In addition to the above problem, we need the customs to be loaded on to the Inventory instead of creating a line. Please help how to get this done.

  • Can somebody help on this. It is very much appreciated.

    Thank You

  • Probably, you need to share what your current settings are, or what issue you face while trying or what efforts you made to achieve this requirement. This will help the members to achieve this. It has been discussed many times in SCN as to how to load any value to inventory

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