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Scrapping Procedure for Outsourced Scrapping

Dear All,

I was having a new scenario in which, we send the Finished good to a vendor, the vendor scrap the fg and than send us the raw material and charges the labour, is there any standard sap practice available for such kind of scenario.

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2009 at 11:12 AM

    Hi ,

    use sub contracting cycle.

    Copy material type fert to Zroh and copy material type ROH to ZFERT.

    Now create materials wrt these new material types....

    Try and revert back...

    Uts

    Award if helpfull

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2009 at 11:18 AM

    Hi,

    You can use sub contracting scenario for this, but the problem is how you are going to valuate the material. Because finished good will be having some price, raw material also will have some price.

    Regards

    Ravi Shankar.

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    • Former Member

      Dear

      i tried the sub contracting cycle, but i have suppose 10 material to be recieve from one fg, os in subcontracting po i give 10 material than i need to give the components i.e.fg, that i canot give in all the 10 materials, since i will issue only one pc to recieve this 10 material codes, so if i put in one material all the cost of the fg is included in that one raw material and the 9 raw materials i can put in subcontracting since there is no item in the bom for them.i hope u got my problem,my raw materials are maintained on moving average price

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