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Third party sales with Intercompany scenario

We have 3 companies in SAP. C1, C2 and C3. and product is make to order.

C1 - registers customer sales order

C2 and C3 are manufacturing facilities.

we want to register sales order in C1 and deliver the material directly from C2 or C3. which means the inventories will directly deliver to Customer from manufacturing facilities C2/C3. The final invoice to customer will be done in C1.

I have below questions.

1. How the billing will be done between C2/C3 and C1.

2. How to map process in SAP. Can any one specify the process/steps or refer to related document?

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  • Nov 30, 2017 at 03:41 AM

    Maybe I missed some important part of the explanation.

    This looks like a normal inter-company sales process to me.

    In the sense of SAP SD third party sales is when an external vendor produces the finished product and delivers directly to the customer on your behalf.

    Here you only mention structures of own companies.

    Customer A calls the sales office of company C1 (C1A1) to place an order. The clerk creates OR for sales organization C100 with delivering plant C220 (of company C2).

    Is there a reason why inter-company sales process cannot be used?

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    • Former Member

      certain items are quite expensive and have longer lead time and requires advance payment from the facility to procure raw material. This is something they put as process.

      is there any way of handling advance between 2 companies?