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Differntial Pricing based on originating plant

Hi,

We have a scenario as follows:

Two plants A and B

One Depot Z

Now a material say 100 will be produced at both the plants and supplied to the deport by stock transfer.

The requirement is if the depot is selling the material 100 originated at Plant A ,it should be sell at X price and if it originated at Plant B, sell at Z.

Is this possible?

Regards,

Ajit

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 10:34 AM

    My question is how are you identifying individual peice to material to be able to tell which peice has come from which plant. WHat i mean to say is that are you using Serial numbers or equipment numbers or HU's or batches etc.

    There should be a unique identifier for a material in your case.

    Do let us know.

    Otherwise this can be done creatively using variant configuration as well .

    Or in every sales order that you enter, you have to find a reserve field to mention that this peice of material belongs to which plant, manually give the plant name and use that field in your pricing.

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 10:20 AM

    Hi Ajit,

    I think it should be possible, try maintaining the following settings

    1. Create a table with Plant, Sales Org and Material.

    2. Maintain the Access Sequence with this table.

    3. Assign this access sequence to Condition Type

    4. Maintain condition record in VK11.

    Regards

    Vamsi Javaji

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