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handling subcontract scrap

Hi

For subcontract process

Components (with BOM) provided to Vendor using mvt 541.

SFG - 10 pcs (To be GR)

RAW - 25 pcs (Comp to be issued to vendor)

2 pcs RAW damaged at vendor place.

How to handle this ? How to GR ?

I cant have a scrap material (dummy) with BOM. Biz doesn't allow.

Thanks

MM

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    Posted on Sep 14, 2011 at 12:02 PM

    I assume the vendor is going to pay for the damage?

    Scrap the subcontracting stock using 551 O.

    Also debit the vendor using a debit note, giving the subcontracting PO as the reference in VA01, order type DR.

    Edited by: manosijbasu on Sep 14, 2011 2:08 PM

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  • Posted on Sep 14, 2011 at 12:12 PM

    Hi

    >

    > For subcontract process

    >

    > Components (with BOM) provided to Vendor using mvt 541.

    > SFG - 10 pcs (To be GR)

    > RAW - 25 pcs (Comp to be issued to vendor)

    > 2 pcs RAW damaged at vendor place.

    >

    > How to handle this ? How to GR ?

    > I cant have a scrap material (dummy) with BOM. Biz doesn't allow.

    >

    > Thanks

    > MM

    Hi

    Raise a subsequent debit to the vendor wrt to PO.

    Shiva

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      Use the tcode MB1C/MIGO and movement type 551 with special stock indicator 'O', to scrap from stock lying at the vendor's. ie. the 2 items that have been damaged will be scrapped with this directly. Thereafter raise a debit note for the vendor for the 2 items that have been damaged.

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