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SEZ Sales

Hi Friends,

I have a problem on SEZ Sales for a Customer in India.

As SEZ Sales is nothing but export to a Customer within India. Hence, I have to make a Excise Invoice and ARE 1.

When I make the Excise Invoice for such a Customer who is in India and in the Customer Master the Country Code is IN ( India ) , the Excise Invoice by default is taking either LOCAL or DEEMED. Under such circumstances , when I make the ARE 1 w.r.to the Excise Invoice, it gives me a error " 2000000001/2008 excise invoice is not meant for exports."

But when I make the direct export with a foreign customer it is working fine.

Pls. note that I have maintained the default settings in CIN against respective Series Group as Export Under Rebate / Export Under LuT. Then why it is taking Local / Deemed.

Pls. reply ASAP.

Regards,

Sriram.S.

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    Posted on Sep 13, 2008 at 04:53 AM

    Dear Sriram

    Have you created a new series group for SEZ and assigned the number range in excise object J_1IEXCEXP in T.Code SNRO or SNUM ??. This new series group should have been assigned in the default settings of IMG.

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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      Hi,

      I am worked on the same scenario, For SEZ customer i create ARE1.

      For that u have to define sales as Deemed Export in Excise invoice as customer is belong to India it will show only Local or Deemed in Excise invoice. So select as a Deemed Export when creating Excise Invoice.

      After Creation of Excise invoice wrt that create ARE1 and there mwntion your LUT no.

      For that Excise Invoice no. range is same as Local.

      Regards,

      PM

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2008 at 10:45 AM

    Hi,

    Please refer OSS Note 941792 and apply the same. Hope it'll help you in solving your problem.

    Rgds,

    Antima

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2008 at 10:56 AM

    Sriram,

    SEZ sales is a CT3 sales and hence a deemed export scenario will apply. This is correct. An ARE-3 will apply in such a case and not an ARE-1. There are two other cases similar to this and that is merchant exports and export warehousing. apart from

    irect exports.

    In the case of merchant exports an ARE1 is captured and in the case of CT2 an ARE3 is created.

    please check and confirm.,

    regds

    Jude

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  • Posted on Sep 12, 2008 at 11:10 AM

    Hi

    Incase of Deemed Export we do not create ARE1, instead we create ARE3. So try J1IA301 transaction code.

    Hope it will resolve your issue.

    Thanks

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