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Subcontracting scenario(Sale Order wise)

Hi all

We have requirement from our client to map subcontracting process Sale Order Line Item wise,

I.e- instead of 541 we will use 311E and send components to vendor (which will create seperate storage location for each vendor).

We will receive the Finished Material through 101E,we tested this process in Test client & found OK.

Is This process Ok from accounting point of view.

Thanks In advance

Sandeep

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 06:10 AM

    hi,

    it seems u need to go for a customised mvt type.

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    Posted on Jan 25, 2008 at 12:53 PM

    Hi

    I think it is not the right way...

    where you will book the Vendor service amount....

    also if you are sending the same material and getting back the same material....it may be OK....

    But for eg) you are sending product A and B and assemble at SC-Place....getting back the FG as Product C....in this case it will not work out....

    Regards

    S.Baskaran

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      Hi Baskaran

      What is vendor service amount is it same as Jobwork charges which we provide to vendor,

      In our scenario Textile Industry we are sending Finished Fabric semifinished Material Type,& getting back Finished Bedsheet with material Type-FERT.

      Can we follow the procedure of 311E & create Storage locations for different vendors.

      Thanks In advance

      Regards

      Sandeep patil

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