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Subcontracting Process - if you are subcontractor?

Dear everyone,

I wonder if there is a process opposite to Subcontracting, in case your company acts as subcontractor. In this case you are required to track the Inventory of organizations that provided you stocks, it is required to process these goods and release finished product, after that, send this product to the company that ordered subcontracting.

Have you challenged something like this and if yes, would you share your experience please. I wondered maybe PP module should be involved?

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2013 at 07:15 AM

    Hi Not Active Contributor Yerzhan Kenzhebek,

    In this scenario, why cant we treat External Vendor as Vendor & customer.

    Let us use create a Vendor Master & customer master for the above. If this vendor is providing any Bi-products, then release Purchase Order as Free Items or Create those materials as Non-Valuated materials for only Quantity Update.

    After production with these Bi-Products, finished product is Inventoried, then treat same vendor as Customer & create sale order for the same.

    Hope it may help you business requirements.

    Regards

    JC

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