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SAP SD Transportation Chain Process

Dear All,

We do have the Transportation chain process implemented for our client. The transportation process consists of the Road+Sea+ Road process. An single consignment of Road+Sea+Road involves 6 deliveries . We load 2 deliveries each in a truck and create shipment documents.The Shipment Costs are to be reflected in Invoice. As the first truck is loaded there is an necessity to create the invoice for which we complete the shipment cost document creation just for first 2 deliveries .

We need an solution to overcome the process by which the 6 deliveries will be included in a Shipment document and invoice to be created for 2 deliveries as soon as it is loaded.

Kindly suggest.

Regards,

SRK

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    Former Member
    Jan 13, 2017 at 10:02 AM

    Hi,

    As per your requirement, you can assign 6 deliveries in a single shipment document via VT01n / VT02n and then Shipment cost document via VI01. Once it has been assigned, then you can create single invoice document for 2 similar deliveries via VF04 if header is similar.

    Please revert back with further details, if I'm not correct.

    Thanks,
    Balaji

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  • Jan 19, 2017 at 05:08 AM

    Hi Balaji,

    Thanks for your response. Issue which we face is that the 2 deliveries are created in Day 1 and assigned to a Shipment Document and the other 4 deliveries are created in Day 3 and assigned to the same Shipment document.

    As the first 2 deliveries are loaded in truck they do need the Invoice document for which the Shipment Costs too have to be released to FI. SAP doesn't allow any modification in Shipment Doc/ Shipment Cost Doc if the Shipment costs have been released to FI and we are not able to include the other 4 deliveries in the same shipment document.

    Regards,

    SRK

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