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Transportation Cost

*Hello SAP Gurus,*

*My client have got a scenario that In this case, the Sales Order's Plan Cost has to include the Transport Cost/Freight Cost in order to get a more accurate margin. How do we handle this? As we do have some condition types in the sales orders but this will have impact on revenue than cost. Please help me in this.*

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    Posted on Feb 19, 2008 at 03:10 AM

    Hi sunil,

    You take the sales order's planning cost in the shippment cost document.

    You define new condition type as sales order's planning cost then you put that condition type in your shipping cost pricing procedure.

    The cost to plan sales order's will come along with the shipment cost in the shipment cost document.

    I hope this will full fill your requirement



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    • Former Member Former Member

      *Hello Murali,*

      *You mean to say that i can create a condition type with requirement as 4 in Pricing Procedure so that it will determine the cost instead of revenue.So when i use that condition type it will not update revenue and increase the cost and will get the exact profit margin in the sales order.Please confirm.

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