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Free of of cost item

Hi All

This scenerio is for contract manufacturing industry where company produces product A which is made of several companats,some of these componants will be supplies from their customer.During billing these componants should be shown in seperate line items and should not be charged for this like

line item 10- product A Value 100

line item 20- Subcompanant Value-10

there many be also scenerion where their customer stops suppling componants in that case we have to cahrge for full product A

Please suggest about this

Usefull answer rewarded

regards

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 06:31 AM

    Hi

    This requirement can be meet by using BOM at item level . I.e all the pricing will be done at component level.

    To cope with the scenerio where ur customer can also supply material , then in that case just manully chnage the item category of that component to free of charge item ( Std TANN).

    This way only those componeent will be chraged to customer which ur company is supplying .

    To main BOM at item level.

    item category gp of Main item should be LUMF in material master and Item category will be TAP ( Not relevant for pricing )

    Item category gp of Subcomponents will be NORM and hence the item category for this will be TAN ( Relevant for pricing)

    Hope this help

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    • Former Member

      Hi Pandey

      main componant is made of mor than 300 sub componants out of this may be 50 will be supplied from customer these number may also vary may go up or down

      any other idea apart frmBOM

      regards

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