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Outbound Delivery for import purposes

Hello,

normally GTS uses the Inbound Delivery from the feeder system to create a Customs Declaration. However, we'd like to use the OUTBOUND delivery instead. Basically when we have an STO we'd like to have a customs declaration based on the outbound delivery. Is this possible in GTS ?

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  • Jan 30 at 10:40 PM

    Hi Zoran,

    Stock Transport Orders should normally be used for movement of stock inside a single Company Code, which usually means one country. For movement across borders, it's normal to use an inter-company Purchase Order (standard type NLCC), so that you do use an Inbound Delivery.

    Could it work like that in your case?

    Regards,
    Dave

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    • Hi Zoran,

      Thanks for your further explanation, which makes good sense.

      As Shrini also says, it sounds like perhaps you need to explore the Customs Warehouse functionality. There, any "domestic issues" (e.g. 601 Goods Issue Movements) are sent to a work-list from which you can create Import Declarations.

      There is also new functionality for Foreign Trade Zones in the USA - perhaps that would also be of interest to you?

      Regards.
      Dave

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    Jan 31 at 09:09 PM

    Hi Zoran,

    It sounds like you are talking about a bonded warehouse in this case if you are paying duty for pulling stock from the warehouse in a special duty zone. Perhaps you may want to explore a little more on the GTS bonded warehouse functionality which might be able to fulfill your need with some customization.

    Hope it helps!

    Thanks,
    Shrini

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    Apr 09 at 09:27 PM

    You can use Intercompany STO process (NB) and generate an Outbound Delivery which is NLCC Delivery type. Create an Intercompany Proforma Invoice (Copying IV billing type) for this Outbound Delivery. This will create the Export Declaration in GTS. In ECC there is a pre-defined SAP standard Output type (SPED) which can be assigned to this NLCC Outbound Delivery. As soon as the PGI is done for this Outbound Delivery, the system will create a Inbound delivery (EL) automatically. This Inbound delivery will be available in the work list on the Import Side in GTS and you can create a Import Declaration in the Importing Country.

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