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Pricing-scales

Hi,

my client are into flywood business ,they useto do stock transfer from plant to depot all over india.for that they are configuring shippment,so they have following requirment for frieght charges

Transporter send 3 type of transport to my client 10 tonn,16 tonn,22 tonn

as per my client 10 tonn = 750meter

transporter charges for 10 tonn = Rs 4700,16 tonn = Rs 5000, 22 tonn = Rs 5500

i.e 4700/750= Rs 6.26 /meter

client requirment'are as follows,

sometimes transporter upload more weight in truck for ex. in 10 tonn they upload 12 tonn material.

so client want for 10 tonn price should come Rs 4700 & for additional 2 tonn system should calculate value by Rs 6.26 /meter( they don't want manual condition)

my question is transporter may send any capacity truck(10 tonn,16 tonn,22 tonn) as per requirment,so how system will come to know that right qty truck value system should pick automatically because if i mainatined record for 10 tonn and after that if i maintained recored for 16 or 22 tonn so system will overwite latest record.and how for additional qty system will pick value by Rs 6.26 /meter

regards

hemant

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    Oct 10, 2008 at 02:49 AM

    hello, friend.

    am i correct in understanding that one of your problems is how to price deliveries for tonnage that may affect 2 ranges, as in your example 12 tons (under price scales for 10 tons and 16 tons)?

    if so, i believe there can be at least a few ways to do this:

    1. you can use LE-TRA with linkage to SD, but this could be more complicated than you would like.

    2. or, you can differentiate the trucks used by making entries in fields such as shipping conditons or shipping type (in the sales order, highlight item and follow menu path GoTo > Item > Shipping).

    you have to define the 3 types of trucks in either your shipping conditions or shipping types. when you make pricing scales, make sure that your condition type contains access sequence that will reference either the shipping condition or shipping type (the latter requires inclusion into allowed fields). for example, the 10 ton truck can have shipping condition 11, the 16 tonner with 12 and the 22 tonner with 13.

    you also have to make separate pricing conditions for each of your trucking types (access sequence to include shipping condition). so that for example with your 10 ton truck, weight loading of from 1 ton to 10 tons can be priced 4700/250m, 10.001 tons up 6.26/m.

    in the case of the 10 ton truck, is the 4700 cost fixed for any weight loading 1 to 10 tons? or is this per meter? if it's fixed, you might need separate condition types for the 4700 (fixed) and the 6.26 per meter.

    hope this works for you.

    regards.

    Edited by: jonathan yap on Oct 10, 2008 10:50 AM

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    Oct 17, 2008 at 06:06 AM

    cloaes

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