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Imports Scenario

Hi Guys,

My client does a lot of imports. They are paying customs duty , CVD,Edu cess, customs cess etc The percentage value of each of these components are calculated based on HSN# of each material( Similar to chapter ID).

This scenario needs to be mapped in SAP. Please suggest

Thanks in Advance

MBS

Edited by: MBS on Jan 31, 2008 10:44 AM

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 06:38 AM

    hi,

    To map Import procedure into SAP , follow the following steps :

    1.Create material master of import goods.

    2.Create vendor master record of import vendor and Customs clearing vendor.

    3.Maintain CIN settings.

    4.Maintain J1id.

    5.Maintain Pricing procedure SAP standard JIMPOR..,maintain required conditions..JCDB,JCV1...

    6.Assign the schema to respective import vendor in Purchasing view of VMR.

    7.Create import PO ,check in conditions of JCDB, JCV1 the customs clearing vendor(Indian vendor) and percentage is assigned..This can be done by In condition tab select condtion then click on display,then enter.

    Save the PO.

    8.MIRO --Capture Bill Of Entry.(Commercial Invoice No.,).Customs clearing first .Here CVD will b converted to BED.

    9.Capture Excisse invoice--j1iex.

    10.MIGO.

    12.Post Excise Invoice.

    13.MIRO...Payment to vendor(import vendor)

    .

    Hope you can do it..

    If any quries let me know..

    Regards,

    Smitha

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