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Stock Tranfer from a valued material to zero price material

Dear Gurus,

We are a fabric manufacturing company. We provide samples to our clients. There we provide that for a zero price. We GRN yarn for moving avg price. then we trasfer yarn to a different location to develop the samples. but when we see the stock in the location it gives us a value. But we cannot change the price. How can i change the price to zero value. please advice.

Br,

PubuduS

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2011 at 11:53 AM

    Dear

    To make zero cost there are some settings u have to do in your system as u said ur are giving this as a samples

    1.while creating a materials itself u specify them as do not cost

    2. even u need to do the same in work center do not consider the standard value key keep them idle

    3.in work center control key keep disable the costing in spro

    With Regards

    Pushpalas

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  • Posted on Nov 22, 2011 at 07:22 AM

    Dear PubuduS,

    You cannot make costs dissapear. The cost materials are carrying must be always charged to somewhere. Even if the samples are sent to customers with zero price, this transaction costs to the company. In other words this give and take has zero price for the customers but it is an expense for the company. I suggest you team up with FI and CO people to realize this sceanario. When materials are sent out of the compan, certain type of goods movement and/or sales order needs to be created where certain accounts other than customers' wolud be charged. If it is important to track materials with zero cost when they are still within the company, search split valuation method.

    REgards.

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