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Shipment Cost settlement to multiple vendors

Hi team,

When we are calculating shipment cost, with reference to outbound shipments, we have to get the multiple vendors like freight cost settlement to one vendor and insurance will be to the other vendor.

How do we need to map this requirement? We are using SD route.

Regards

Venkat Ramana

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    Posted on Oct 28, 2008 at 01:53 PM

    Hi Venkat,

    If different service agents exist in the shipment cost documents, a

    corresponding number of condition lines (with value 0) must be

    specified in the purchase order item. These can always belong to the

    same condition type (in schema 'Manual') or also to different

    condition types (not 'Manual'):

    a) Manual condition lines: If the condition type in the schema of

    the purchase order is marked as 'manual', the condition type must

    be created (with value 0) in the purchase order item before the

    goods receipt. If delivery costs are expected from different

    service agents, several non-valuated entries must be generated

    for this condition type. If more condition lines exist than

    required, these are then no longer taken into account. If

    condition lines are missing, the last service agents are not

    settled.

    - Advantage: You only have to define one condition type for the

    delivery costs.

    - Disadvantage: Each purchase order must be processed manually

    before the goods receipt.

    b) Automatic condition lines: If the condition lines are to be

    generated automatically for the delivery costs (the condition

    type is not flagged as 'Manual' in the schema), the schema must

    have enough condition types to settle several service agents. If

    more condition lines exist than required, these are then no

    longer taken into account. If condition lines are missing, the

    last service agents are not settled.

    - Advantage: The goods receipt can be carried out without manual

    preparation beforehand in the purchase order.

    - Disadvantage: You must define identical condition types with different names.

    Regards, David

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    Posted on Aug 20, 2008 at 09:03 AM

    Hi

    I do not think mthat you will get a reply now as it has been too long.

    Maybe the answer is not known.

    However as the forum is growing and it takes so much time to get through all of the pages it would be nice to keep it current so could you please close your thread and either re-open a new one (this might help as people are more likely to look at curret ones) or try another forum.

    This will make life easier for everyone

    Regards

    Frenchy.

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    Posted on Aug 21, 2008 at 04:52 AM

    If you are having a service PO to pay to the vendor then u can make use of pricing of PO.

    Use different condition types for freight and insurance and give the vendor code in the details of the condition type in PO.

    While doing MIRO system will segregate the payment

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