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Subcontractor Stock

Dear All,

How i can show the consumption of stock lying at subcontractor's end? What will be the trans/movement type?

and another issue iam facing which i am not able to sort is that is there any possibility to do subcontracting within a company codes having two different plants?

Please suggest me to solve these issues

Thanks & Regards

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 11:42 PM

    Gauri,

    You can create sbcon vendor as a plant in your company code....then you can find the material consumption at subcon site.

    Also, I think its not possible to have subcon between two plants of two diff. company codes...I think Inter company STO would be one option.

    Thanks,

    Pat.

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 03:06 AM

    hi,

    u can consume the sub contracting stock against mvt type 543, but u cant directly post the same.

    consumption of sub contracting takes place, while creating the GRN.

    for the child material u will pass 101 mvt and for the component or mother material which u have sent to sub contracter will get consumed against MVT type 543.

    if at all there is change in planned vs actual consumption, u can go for subsequent adjustment uysing MIGO_GS, where u will be able to adjust under consumtion or over consumption of the components.

    for the inter plant sub contracting best way is to treat the other plant as separate vendor. or even u can think of STO.

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