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Production Versions & Product Costing

Hi All,

Normally we have 1 BOM & 1 Routing for 1 product. CK11n is used to cost the product according to this quantity structure BOM 1 & Routing 1 & then cost estimate is marked & release for a specific period. During Order costing data from BOM 1 & Routing 1 will get defaulted to PP order & accordingly order costing would be carried out.

However how is the scenarion when we work with Production version ?

Material - ABC is having BOM 1 & BOM 2, Routing 1 & Routing 2.

Production Version 1 is having BOM 1 & Routing 1. Production Version 2 is having BOM 2 & Routing 2.

Now can we have the following -

1) During standard cost estimate of ABC can I get 2 costs released for ABC as per version 1 & version 2 for the same period ? If so how to do this ?

2) During order costing BOM & Routing data will get defaulted as per the version. But in order costing GR (Plannned & Actual) is valuated ast the std price from material master. But can we this GR (planned & actual) differentially be valuated as per selected production version ? If so how to do this ?

Any clues on this would be appreciated & rewarded.



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    Posted on Feb 28, 2013 at 03:52 AM


    In cas eof more than one procurement/ production method, mixed costing is to be used in which Production versions are defined in mixing ratios in T code CK94 and procurement alternatives in T code CK91.Then run standard cost extimate for production versions.

    Check with your CO consultant.


    Anupam Sharma

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