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Surcharges configurations???

Hello Experts!

Someone can help me with the surcharges configurations?

One example of what I need:

1.Capacity of the Activity Type XXXXX: 100.000 hours /year

2.Price of the Activity Type XXXXX : 10€/hour

3.Maintenance costs of the machines (Activity Type XXXXX ): 500.000€/year

I want to impute 5€ (500.000€/ 100.000 hours), every hour that the machines (Activity Type XXXXX ) are working.

So, in every cost standard materials and every production orders, I need that the system, with a automatic form imputes the correct value (1 hour of Activity Type XXXXX = 5€ of maintenance costs)

Many thanks in advance

Regards,

Mary Jane

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 03:10 PM

    Hi Gurus

    Nobody manages to help me??????

    Thanks

    Mary Jane

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 04:02 PM

    Hi Mary,

    first you know that in your cost center you are going to incurr only 500

    and total planned capacity is 100 Hr.

    Then you manitanence cost activity type should be 5€ then why u require 10€ .

    If you charge at 10 € then obivious you will be getting the postive variance variance in cost center

    I think i am clear...

    cheers

    Pk

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      I PK,

      I think that I was not clear enough.

      10€ is the hour tax for my activity (resulting only from the depreciation of the machines and the planned capacity).

      However, I have planned maintenance costs, that they are 500.000€/year (they don’t include in my tax). In every hour that the machines works, I want impute a overhead cost of 5€ (500.000€/ 100.000 hours). How many more hours the machine works, higher will be my maintenance costs (real costs)

      Could you help me?

      Thanks and regards

      Mary Jane

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