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Invertory damaged and generated scrap against it.

Dear Experts,

Pls guide me on below.

My stock is damaged in store and converted in scrap and i will do the scrap sale for the same.

MM consultant will reduce the inventory let say 10 rs is cost and generate scrap inventory for the same let say 4 rs.becoz damage stock is my scrap and have scrap inventory cost.

Then i will do the sale for the same throgh PSG as object and transfer cost and revenue for the same to copa.

MM consultant want to track or link 10 rs and 4 rs in order to capture how many cost i reduced stock and generated scrap for the same.The objective of link are to track loss on the above example (6 rs loss).

How to do costing for the same.Becoz when inventory are reduced or scrap qty are generarted against the same. need some cost object for the same. let say cost center.they how to do the treatment for the same.

regards

RR

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    Posted on Apr 16, 2011 at 02:56 AM

    Hi Raman

    Since you wanna track both, I would recommend solution as below....

    1. Create a sales order and assign your damaged stock to the sales order.. I guess the Mvt Type is 412 / 413 E, if I am not wrong

    2. Once you assign the stock, do an MR21 for Material + Plant + Sales Order combination.... This will reduce the inventory value from 10 to 4... The difference of 6 rs can be charged to Cost center as per OKB9

    3. Now you do the PGI / Billing for the Scrap item... The Posting can go to COPA...

    Its your choice if you wanna define the Sales Order Item as a CO Object.... You may manage even w/o defining it as CO Object

    The above solution makes it possible to have 2 different valuation for the same material i.e. 10 for normal stock and 4 for damaged stock, without creating a separate code

    br, Ajay M

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