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Hi All,

We have one scenario. We are procuring a raw material from import vendor and doing STO for that material to other plant of the same company code. Requirement is while importing the raw material , have to take credit of duty amounts, while doing STO, all the duty amounts should reflect in STO invoice and all duties to be reversed at source plant. How this can be achieved.

Thanks in advance,

Nr S

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  • Posted on Nov 19, 2012 at 07:38 AM

    This you need to add all the condition types for your pricing procedure and maintan the condition records for the same...

    This will automatically flow into your STO PO.

    Hope this helps your requirement



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    Posted on Nov 19, 2012 at 07:41 AM

    Can you elaborate how the flow is supposed to be? Seems there are 2 different processes involved, but not really detailed enough to visualize the scenario.


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      I'm not really sure if this entirely possible, because import purchase is one process and the transfer of stock is another which requires another purchasing document. But can you not create the PO directly for the Receiving Plant and deal with a simpler process.

      Try this, but not entirely sure if the flow is proper. Complete the normal Import Vendor pruchase for the Import PO. As for the STO, create a Stock Transfer Contract with the details of the Material and its duties incurred while procuring from the Import Vendor (for this the duties and its condition types must be maintained in the corresponding Pricing Procedure involved). Then while doing the import PO you should be able to post the invoice for the supplying plant which can be collected from the receiving plant through the invoice posted against the STO.


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