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scheduling agreement

what is scheduling agreement??

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 06:37 PM


    Contracts and SA...both are called as Outline Agreements...

    the main Contracts and SA..

    1)The Conditions maintained in Contracts are always Time Dependent....where as you can maintain floating conditions in SA.(Controled by Doc.Type)

    2)Based on contract you cannot do GR have to separately send Release Order by referring Contracts and based on these release orders only you can do GR....

    whereas in SA, after releasing can do GR based on these SA...

    3)The Individual delivery lines of the Release orders of the Contracts will not be effective.....where as Individual Delivery lines of the SA are Effective...

    Generally any in all industries the contracts functionality is used but normaly The Schedulling agreement is used in Auto Industries.

    the reason is SA has the JIT funcitonality on which the auto industry run becuase auto indu can't afford to inventory on the hand.

    So the SA is the besst option form them.

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