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Consignment pick up

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Can someone explain to me on consignment pick up? Need to know on the flow, the transactions and movement that involves.

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  • Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 03:29 AM

    Dear Zmisnomer

    The consignment process in SAP standard consist of four small processes:

    <i><b>Consignment fillup</b></i> (send materials to customer consignment).

    Here you have a consignment fillup order and a consignment fillup delivery.

    <i><b>Consignment issue</b></i> (issue materials from customer consignment to the customer).

    Here you have a consignment issue order, consignment issue delivery and a consignment issue invoice. (the flow is very similar to a normal OR flow, but the materials are issued from the consignment stock instead of plant stock unrestricted).

    <i><b>Consignment return</b></i> (return materials from customer ownership to customer consignment).

    Here you have a consignment return order, consignment return delivery and a consignment return invoice. (the flow is very similar to a normal RE flow, but the materials are returned to the consignment stock instead of plant stock returns).

    <i><b>Consignment pickup</b></i> (pickup consignment stock and move it to plant stock).

    Here you have a consignment pickup order and a consignment pickup delivery.

    Note that in consignment fillup and consignment pickup there are no invoices since there is no change of ownership for the materials.

    <b>How to perform a consignment order?</b>

    In consignment orders you are allowing the stock to sit in your customer location. Once he informs that he used the stock you will invoice him. If he returns the stock you will accept the stock to take it back.

    It is defined in 4 steps.

    1. Consignment fill up:

    Sales document type is <b>KB</b>

    Item category <b>KBN</b>

    shedule line category <b>E1</b>

    In this step, you are not invoicing the customer. document flow is sales order -


    delivery item category. It will not be relevent for billing and pricing because you are not charging money for these goods in this step.

    In schedule line category, you will set movement type 631 & set for availability check and TOR.

    <b>2. Consignment Issue</b>.

    Once the customer informed you that he used all the goods or partial goods then you will create consignment issue for used goods.

    Sales document: <b>KE</b>

    Item category: <b>KEN</b>

    shedule line category: <b>C0 or C1</b>

    Here you are invoicing the customer(because he used the goods). you are assigning the delivery documnt and billing document to the sales document.

    In item category, you are setting relevent for billing, pricing, special stock.

    In schedule line category, your setting is 633 movement type, relevent for availability check & TOR.

    <b>3. Consignment Return</b>:

    Customer found that some goods are damaged or he not able to sold the goods he want to send it back. that you are creating this document.

    Sales document type:<b> KR</b>

    Item category: <b>KRN</b>

    Shedule line category: <b>D0</b>

    You will assign delivery document and billing to sales document. you will create return order, return delivery, return billing.

    Your setting item category relevent for billing, returns, pricing, special stock.

    Your setting schedule line item category: 634 movement type, NO availability NO TOR.

    <b>4. Consignment Pick up</b>:

    Even if you create the consignment return the goods are not come to direct to your plant. For that you need to create consignment pick up. here the owner ship is not changing so you do not need to create billing.

    Assign retrun delivery to sales document type.

    Sales document: <b>KA</b>

    Item category:<b> KAN</b>

    schedule line category: <b>F0 & F1</b>

    Your setting item category relevent for returns. any shedule line category relevent for 632 movement type, MRP, availability check, delivery.

    Thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 03:42 AM

    ok.. thanks.

    For the consignment pick up we need to have the stock to be transfered to QI stock. How should i configure the movement to get this?

    Thank you.

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 05:21 AM

    Hi G. Lakshmipathi ,

    Shouldn't use mvt 655 instead of 632 when doing return to QI?

    Thanks.

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