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Scales in Shipment Cost Docuuments

Hi,

Our client wants to implement scales for a particular conditon type in the shipment cost pricing procedure which calculates surcharge per miles.

An existing condition type was modified to enable scales.

I am looking for a solution to the below scenario.We have a multi stop shipment where,both the legs are individul items in the shipment cost item

Leg 1 > Shipping point A to Destination B ( 225 Miles)

Leg 2 > Departure point B to Destination point C (120 Miles)

Requirement is to apply surcharge to the Forwarding agent on the total mile travelled.

1 - 250 ---> 0.5 cents per mile

Above 250--->0.25 cents per mile

The conditon type is calculated for both items at the rate per mile for the distance in each of the legs.

To Be : Since the total miles in shipment doc (both the legs) are > 250, the conditon rate shud be 0.25 cents/per mile.( 345 miles @ 0.25)

As Is : In this case, each of the shipment leg is < 250 miles and the miles(225 and 120) are being applied at .50 Cents per mile individually. ( 345 @ .50)

I am looking at a requirement to restrict the condition rate based on the total miles in the shipment document.

Please suggest and share your experiences.

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  • Posted on Feb 27, 2009 at 07:32 PM

    Hi,

    I have flagged the conditon group indicator as a possible solution. Bt it doesnt seem to work. Do i have to include any Cond group routine or are there any considerations when i use the conditon group.

    Suman

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