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Return Of goods in Third Party Process

How to Take back goods Return of Third Party Sale Process?

Is Following Process Correct?

1)Third Party Order

2)Third Party Invoice(Dispatch from Vendor to Customer)

3)Return Order(with ref. to Invoice)

4)Return Delivery

5)Credit Memo

what are the Excise implications?

Reg,

Amol

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    Dec 23, 2010 at 04:39 PM

    SAP best practice does not tell you to create a return order and retrn delivery for 3rd party shipments. Generally, you would not like to take back the goods in your own plant for goods that were delivered by a 3rd party.

    The customer would directly send back the goods to the 3rd party and you just issue a credit memo to the customer (can be w.r.t the original order or invocie). The company will then create a debit memo to the vendor.

    If your client takes back the goods in his own warehouse, then you can follow the process of return delivery or else it is not required .

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  • Dec 23, 2010 at 08:21 AM

    Third Party returns has not been addressed in SAP. But you can follow the process what you had indicated. For more details on this, please go through the note Note 751609 - Returns for third-party process (cancellation)

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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  • Dec 26, 2010 at 06:12 PM

    Hi Amol

    If the stocks are returned back by customer in third party sales process, then we have to raise a credit note to the customer and debit note to the Vendor But it is not advisable to run this process very frequently

    Thanks and Regards

    Srinath

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