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Merging two company codes

Dear All,

We have two company codes with in the same company. In going forward we are going to discontinue one company code. Each company code is having 14 manufacturing plants. We want to merge these 14 plants to single company code.

Kindly suggest which are the possibilities are available and which one is better for FI and MM point of view.

Regards

Venkey

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    Posted on Jan 25, 2010 at 05:58 AM

    Dear,

    Execution of this really a though provoking but to breif you the overview.....

    FI Consideration.

    You will have transfer entire trial balance to the other company code ensure the balance in company code is zero.

    MM Consideration.

    Only one company code can be assinged to one plant. One plant can not have more that one company code. You may have to create a dummy plant to transfer all the material and once material quantities in transferee plant is zero, you can deattach plant to the other company code and redo the activity.

    For MM activities, please work with your MM counterpart and take his/her expert advise.

    Regards,

    Chintan Joshi

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Venkat,

      You have to contact SAP they have a services to do this. In there tools they convert all the tables from the old to the new situation.

      An other option is to stop with one company code ad new plants to the other company code and do conversion from the "old" company code to it.

      I change like this is not a 10 minutes job!!!

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2010 at 09:01 AM

    Thanks you all

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