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what are the different steps for costing related to repetitive manufacturi

Hi PP guys

can any one explain the different steps for costing in repetitive scenario as compared to discrete scenario what is the major difference



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    Posted on Feb 25, 2009 at 09:10 AM


    in repetitive manufacturing scenario

    we have to define production version in material master MRP 4 view with validity period as well

    you have to create standard cost estimation with ck11n tcode

    once the ck11n is over we have to do mark and release that cost part upto required period with mark and release as well

    marking and release is over you will see the planned and future price updated in material master costing 2 view

    once it is done you have to define product cost collector with t code kkf6n with valid production version as well

    once it is done you have to create variance and settelement for that cost it will give an overview for the planned as well as actual cost

    i hope this will clear your issue related to repetitive manufacturing scenario



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      In additional the above after teh costing run, we need to relese the job so that atual cost estimate for the cureent period should be caputered.

      Should not give any error while defining the product cost collector.



  • Posted on Feb 25, 2009 at 09:03 AM

    Dear Michel,

    !.In REM scenario Product cost collector is required for all the products for which production booking is

    to be done.

    2.For each production version created a product cost collector will be created in KKF6N.

    3.Without a product cost collector production confirmation can not be done in MFBF.

    4.Product cost collector is the cost object in REM scenario.

    5.Once after creating material master,BOM,work center,rate routing,aproduction version the next steps

    is creating product cost collector.

    6.While creating the PCC,the system creates a preliminary cost estimate nothing bu the sum up of the

    BOM and dare routing cost.

    7.Either a prelimnary cost or a standard cost estimate can be used for doing the production

    confirmation in MFBF as per the REM profile assigned.

    8.Standard cost estimate can be done in CK40N and this costs gets updated in the material master.

    9.For every production confirmation made in MFBF the costs gets accumulated in the respective PCC.

    10.the variances can be settled periodically as per the business requirement.



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