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Procedure for sending captital goods to vendor with excise challan

Dear All,

Need your help on the following issue.

We are having an oven in the shop floor (Capital Goods) which we need to send out of the factory to vendor site against excise challan for some upgradation.

Can you suggest the procedure for the same in SAP ?

Thanks in advance.



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  • Posted on May 05, 2011 at 06:11 AM

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    Equipment can be sent against:

    u2022 4(5) excise challan: Components will be sent against 57F4 challan and material will be received in factory within 180 days from subcontractor.

    u2022 Payment of duty: Outgoing excise invoice has to be prepared for components to be sent.

    (RG23C-out) Value in outgoing excise invoice will be taken from latest incoming excise invoice value. System does not capture value automatically. User has to enter the value.

    while return machine should be taken in against an Incoming GR

    Hope this helps



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    • You create a Non valuated material code (UNBW) for such assets.

      generate Stock by 501 movement .

      Create a subcontract PO with recursive BOM OR a service PO .

      Issue the Material to the Jobworker with 541 mov typ. create subcontracting Challan (maintain assessable value in J1ID as well) .

      When it is repaired and returned , you can receive by MIGO (subcontracting PO ) or by 542 movement (MB1B ) .Now yu reconcile and complete the challan.

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