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Refurbishment process

Dear Gurus

How to review the credit if the internal person has done the work for repairing

Inernal manpower is used for repairing

Regards

chandrashekhar Ingole

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    Posted on Jan 26, 2008 at 09:58 AM

    hi chandra,

    You can map this requirement as refurbishement work carried out internally, use ordr PM04,mention ur refurbished material in the header, go to oper tab and mention work centre and hrs and activity type for repair then it is the same process again.you will get reservation no, issue ur refur item via 261,repair it and post it back to store via 262,confirm the order.after settlemt cost would flow from cost centre mentioned for refurbishment material to work centre.Maintain activity type repair in work centre.

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    pushpa

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    • Dear,

      In refurbishment order the cost center is the material itself .there is no another cost element for reciving the cost incurred in maintenace proccessing.so whatever the cost incurred in maintenance it will flow to material itself.when ur internal labour doing the dat work it will map in as work center in work cenetr formula is der for working hours converted in to cost incurred during proccessing. it flow towards material.Meanwhile the cost of material which u will refurb goes up coz all cost get flow in to material and cost of material changes from scrap value to repaired value which is revanue for u

      C1--Aquisition value

      C2--Repair Value

      C3-Scrap Value

      so u r proceesing for changing material from C3 to C2 status

      Hope u get ur ans

      Regards

      Rakesh

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