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Apportionment of Conditions in a ship-to pty Type of Transport


I have a scenario where in a Shipment are deliveries for many partners, but in this shipment some deliveries are to the same partner.

Because I have fixed expenses by stages routes I set up the Type of Transport to determine the stages by partners,.

In each stage I have grouped deliveries and in them I need to apportion the fixed expenses. Each expense is a Condition. Some Conditions are prorated by the Fixed amount (condition ZTDF) and other by the Gross weight (condition ZFPC).

In pricing procedures I have no formula assigned for these conditions.

For condition ZFPC I set up $367,14 by 1000 kg in TK11.
For condition ZTDF I set up $115,54 fixed by stage in TK11.

My delivery has 958,95 Kg, so in ZFPC calculated $352,07. Look the header of Transportation Cost.

So far as that is correct.

But when I look at the shipping cost per delivery, I find that the ZTDF condition is also prorating by weight, but should rate equally between deliveries. This is being my problem.

What I'm doing wrong?

Thanks a lot.

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  • Posted on Dec 07, 2017 at 01:51 PM

    Can you share the Condition detail screen for ZTDF and also the Analysis screen details.

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  • Posted on Dec 07, 2017 at 04:14 PM

    Hello Lakshmipathi,

    Sure. Below is the details of ZTDF, pricing procedure and Analysis screen.

    When I delete the condition ZFPC from pricing procedure, it calculate correctly ZTDF apportioning it value between the two deliveries.

    But, if ZFPC it's on pricing it messes up the condition ZTDF.

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