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STO from Plant to Plant

Dear experts,

I have a scenario where stock needs to be transferred from one plant to another in different states, under the same Company Code. Thus the cost of transportation needs to be inventorised. The material is majorly excisable. If any one can help me out how to configure stressing mainly on the pricing procedure it will be helpful.

I have already searched extensively in the forum still if this issue has already ben discussed here, if anyone can help me with the link.

I would like to know:

1) SD Route STO with billing and Excise:

a) Pricing procedure determination at what stage, PO or Del or Billing? and how? which procedure to maintain (any standard) and condition types? how the price of the material will be determined and flow from the PO?

b) and the excise parts.

If any experts can help me..

Regards,

Deb

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    Posted on Jul 14, 2011 at 10:34 AM

    HI ,

    Create a seperate princing procedure for STO , in which you can include freight condition types and excise duties condition types as well , for calculating excise duty you should enter the basic price with one more condition types. \

    For frieght condition types and excise condition types, keep the inventorised acc. key in STO pricing Procedure. So , when you make PGI , both excise duties and freight charges will get inventorised in the receiving plant.

    With Regards

    S.Siva

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    Posted on Jul 14, 2011 at 11:59 AM

    Hi Deb,

    Please create a seprate pricing procedure and include all pricing conditions you want or you can use the standard pricing procedure Can not suggest you but you can check your pricing elements at the time of selecting pricing procedure.) where there is no sales tax element / condtion as this is stock transfer you don't have to pay sales tax.

    For SD Route the procedure will be same : - STO -


    Delivery+PGI--


    Billing--


    Excise Invoice.

    If this is your new/ first time senario you have to configure whole sales cycle for stock trnasfer order.

    Please check the link - might help.

    stock-transfer

    All the best. 😊

    Thanks

    DK

    Edited by: Dwarkesh Thakkar on Jul 14, 2011 2:41 PM

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      Hi...

      YOu need to assign yr pricing procedure in the sales document type. Price will not flow if no pricing is maintained. Adviceable if you maintain your pricing on sales document. For better check of pricing you can use billling user exit to write condition ( take help from yr ABAPer) if pricing or header net amount is zero through a errror or warning message at the time of billing process.

      Delivery type will be NL. Not sure but below link may help you for yr pricing procedure

      Price Procd in Delivery

      Thanks

      DK

      Edited by: Dwarkesh Thakkar on Jul 14, 2011 4:13 PM

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2011 at 06:00 AM

    Hi,

    The scenario is intracompany Stock Transfer from one plant to another plant. Since it is different state CST is also applicable which is nothing but Central Sales Tax.

    1)Process:

    Purchase Requisition - ME51N

    STOCK TRANSPORT ORDER - ME21N -- Purchase order type "UB"

    Stock Transport Delivery "NL" Item Category "NLN" - Tcode:VL10B

    When you do goods issue stock intransit "MB5T"

    Proforma Invoice "F5"

    Excise Invoice "J1IIN"

    2) Pricing Procedures (If indian scenario need to decide TAXINN or TAX INJ)

    Country Version India comes with pricing procedure:JINSTK (Stock transfers)

    Basic Excise Duty :JEXP

    Additional :JEAP

    Special:JESP

    regards,

    Saju.S

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