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transfer of material plant to plant

Dear all,

Pl Help me out with solution through this scnenario.

I need to transfer material for one plant to another within same company code.

The problem is that My labour charges for picking, packing charges, and Freight need to be taken care of.

I dont have SD module to facilitaite the process.

Thanks in advance

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2007 at 05:52 AM

    Hi Prabhash,

    In this case u have to use Stock Transport Order In ME21N.

    Document Type is UB and Item Catogory is U.Before Posting the Document u can see the condition type P101 in the conditions.

    After Posting the Document.

    Go To MB!B and use with reference to Purchase Order.here u have to select Moment type is 351.

    Thanks & Regards

    suresh.

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2007 at 02:13 AM

    Hi Prabhash,

    I would like to add info on an baove Sarita's message

    Case 1. Proceeding with stock transfer order will requires the SD module and you don'e have the SD module it's not a right choice.

    Case 2.We don't have any reference document ( to issue the parts from one plant to another plant using MIGO won't work here.

    Case 3.The right way to full fill the above requirement is using MB1B ( not MB1A ) with mvt type 301 ( Transfer posting palnt-to-palnt one step ).

    Regards,

    SAP TN.

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    Posted on Jun 27, 2007 at 06:11 PM

    You can do this with a stock transport order or material mvmt 301( using MB1A or MIGO)

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