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IS OIL TD : Pipeline trasnportation handling batch

Hi ,

I need suggetiong on how different the process will be from Truck scenario in case of Pipeline .

Unlike truck the pipeline process is continous and mutiple loading and discharges are happening every day .

So how to hanlde this as shipment and how to close the shipment and do loss gain claculation ?

Can the loss gain per batch be possible and in that case, will I have to creae a shipment per batch and will have to close it

before creating the shipment for new batch?

Can I use the same pipline Vehicle (TD) for creating new shipment even if there is a open shipment for this vehicle

Regards, Jaspal

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    Posted on Mar 24, 2010 at 08:16 AM

    Hi,

    Truck movement is considered as a rack movement in this case shipment is scheduled when the truck is came to the terminal for loading once the loading is completed load confirmation is done in SAP. At the receiving terminal it has been checked the quantity and based on the temp it will convert the quantity and post loss/gain

    Pipeline movement is considered as bulk movement generally it is used in tSW functionality where all documents created in background. Once the Nomination is scheduled and ticket is actualized all documents get posted based on the scenarios.

    Thank You

    Pravin

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