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Collector of Customs invoice

Dear Experts,

We are into electronics industry. 90% of our raw materials are imported. We are facing a peculiar problem.

All our POs are having more than 200 line items. Now creating commercial invoice for collector of customs for caputuring the CVD, Customs duty, edu cess, SAD etc is becoming extremely difficult.

Sometimes we import the finished goods itself, overhere the duty components are loaded to material cost.

But our users do not want to follow the process of entering commercial invoice due to operational issue (line items more than 200). Manually entering this data is very tiresome.

Is there any alternative process without disturbing material valuation ?

Pls revert.

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 11:22 AM

    You can address practical problems of maintaining vendor & customs rates for each condition type thru configuration.

    Check this link [Users opposing- the Import PO process|users-opposing--the-import-po-process]

    In customs miro,miminize header portion,use cut,copy & paste to copy quantity,but you need to enter manually

    CVD & Customs duties in MIRO.

    or else you need to automate all import purchase process.

    For customs invoice creation,

    enter all customs duties in excel sheet and upload these datas for invoice creation thru custom

    program development.

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