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Sales Price calculation on actual consumption quantities for a Batch

Dear Experts,

Presently Sales pricing calculation is based on Sales order costing. We are maintains the Costing BOM and Costing routing. Based on that users runs Sales Order Costing in sales order and same price will copy into EK01 in Pricing Procedure. This is we are achieving thru Cost Sheet.

But now the new requirement is as below

Want to calculate the sales price based on actual quantity consumed for a particular batch (1 piece = 1 Batch) and prices of the components and Margins will be based on different customer.

Can you please guide me as to how to achieve this thru pricing procedure or thru any other alternatives

Thanks,

Niranjan

Edited by: Niranjan Poojary on Jul 18, 2011 11:43 AM

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    Posted on Jul 18, 2011 at 10:22 AM

    Hi

    Try using VPRS condition type in your pricing procedure.

    Regards

    Madhu

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    • Former Member

      Dear Madhu,

      Thanks for replying.........

      But we are using VPRS as COGS in pricing procedure. We want to calculate the the selling price based on actual quantities consumed with different component prices and margins on it.. For example component quantities will be same but prices and margins are varies based on Customer

      Please help ......

      Edited by: Niranjan Poojary on Jul 19, 2011 6:45 AM

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