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Selling directly from Vendor consignment

Hi All

<b>How to sell goods directly from vendor consignment ?</b>

I have to build a selling consignment for a retail company.

That company receive garment into vendor consignment stock. One customer can buy some shirts or trousers. In the month, company will issue alot of sale order. At the end month, that company total up consumption and sent to vendor. Vendor issue invoice and that company payment.

My solution like this:

1. Make PO consignment

2. GR into vendor consignment, no FI document here

3. <b>I want to selling directly from vendor consignment, but I can't</b>

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Somebody suggested that I have to transfer FG from vendor consignment to another stock before selling. That solution is not suitable because it take more steps and more time, you can take about <b>10 - 30s per sale order</b>. That company have hundreds of sale order per day, they don't accept that solution.

Please help me selling directly from Vendor consignment

Thanks & Best regards

QuangDD

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  • Posted on Aug 05, 2007 at 04:38 PM

    use third party sales order concept, i.e SO,P.req.,pur.order,GR,inv veri from vendor and inv to customer

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      Use movement type 411k- thru MB1C. Vendor consignment stock become company's own stock. Raise order , do PGI ,Delivery and issue Bill. At the end of period return the left over stocks . The Vendor will raise invoice for consumed stocks.

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 04:30 AM

    Quang,

    My business process also needs to ship out from the vendor consignment stock.How did u resolve this issue?Please add ur thoughts.

    Thanks,

    Andy

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