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Free componenet from customer an send them back after packing

Hi Champs

Need an help in below scenario..

We pack some medical kits with several componenets.. for 3 of our special customers , they send 1 component from their own to pack in the Kit. Which we issue against a prodcution order and consume this..

But it comes as free of cost from them and doest not get includes in cost of Medical Kits also..

PS: We buy the componenets with a proper Purchase Order as free Item..

Pl help me how to address this unusual practice in SAP..if I need to buy the stuff as free goods " do I need to maintain the PIR for this Material Or not?

BR

Sumit

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 03:57 AM

    if X material is send to u by customer then

    create the material with nonvaluated type and take in system by 501 movement

    u can also use 511

    hope this will solve the issue

    Reward if useful

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    Umakant Bhangale

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 04:08 AM

    Hi,

    If it comes as free from the customer to you, create that material as non valuated and take it in stock as special customer stock.

    This way you can track the inventory of customer lying in your area and since it is non-valuated material, cost will not get included when you issue the material for packing.

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