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New sales org for EOU

former_member317998
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Dear All,

For X company code, Plant A implementation completed in India, which sale in India and Exports.

X company code having S.org1, Distribution channels (domestic and Exports), Division (X,Y,Z), X pricing procedure.

Now Under X company code need to implement new plant for EOU.

As per my knowledge planning for NEW SALES ORG2 for EOU, because most of Standard Transaction codes and reports based on Sales organization,please suggest.

New Shipping points,new pricing procedure.please suggest.

Existing Distribution channels(domestic and Exports) divisions (X,Y,Z) sale order type, Delivery type, billing  type will be used.

Regards

KS

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jignesh_mehta3
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Hello,

This is more of a Business decision, rather than an IT Decision.

From SAP perspective, both ways are feasible. You can create a new Sales Organization for EOU sales or have new Plan for EOU under the same Sales Organization.

Since currently you are executing domestic and export sales under the existing Sales Organization there should not be any problem in have EOU sales under the same too. Unless there is a legal requirement to do so.

You can easily segregate the Domestic, Export  and EOU Sales by separate Document types and user authorizations.

Thanks,

Jignesh Mehta

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jignesh_mehta3
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Hello,

This is more of a Business decision, rather than an IT Decision.

From SAP perspective, both ways are feasible. You can create a new Sales Organization for EOU sales or have new Plan for EOU under the same Sales Organization.

Since currently you are executing domestic and export sales under the existing Sales Organization there should not be any problem in have EOU sales under the same too. Unless there is a legal requirement to do so.

You can easily segregate the Domestic, Export  and EOU Sales by separate Document types and user authorizations.

Thanks,

Jignesh Mehta

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Hi Jignesh,

Thank you very much for your reply.

Yes, I can segregate Domestic, Export  and EOU Sales by separate Document types, but they don't want to separate document types and would like to continue with same document type.

Regards

KS

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Hello KS,

Once again this is more a Business decision.

In my opinion you just need additional Plant and Shipping Pointfor EOU Sales. The Taxation (in existing Pricing Procedure) can be controlled at Plant level and separate Shipping point can be used for dispatches from this plant. 

Similarly if there is a need to have separate Billing Document Number ranges based on EOU Plant it is possible via a small enhancement.

Thanks,

Jignesh Mehta

Lakshmipathi
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Moved from SAP ERP Sales and Distribution (SAP SD) to Internationalization and Unicode.  Post all your CIN related queries here.

Coming to your requirement, more than SD point of view, you should consider CIN aspect also.  Having said this, consider having a new Series Group

G. Lakshmipathi

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Hi Lakshmipathi Sir

Under X company code Plant1 having Domestic sales,Export sales.

Same X  company code Plant2 is 100%EOU.

For 100% EOU, I will define new plant, new excise registration, new excise group, new series group, new shipping points.

Making excise duty condition types JEXP,JECP, JA1X are statistical in pricing procedure and values will fetch (Not making Zero), because these values will flow in ARE1, where we can claim exemption form government.

Separate accounts (G/L)  and separate balance sheet will be maintained for EOU plant.


Regards

KS





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You can manage without creating a plant also.  Have a new Excise Group and Series Group for which you assign the related G/L accounts.  This is from CIN perspective.  From SD perspective, since the pricing procedure is going to be a different from the normal process, obviously, have a separate document types for this.

G. Lakshmipathi

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G Lakshmipathi wrote:

You can manage without creating a plant also.  Have a new Excise Group and Series Group for which you assign the related G/L accounts.  This is from CIN perspective.  From SD perspective, since the pricing procedure is going to be a different from the normal process, obviously, have a separate document types for this.

G. Lakshmipathi

Lakshmipathi Sir,

In EOU, we can do exports and DTA sales (Domestic Tariff Area). In this case, two pricing procedures are required?

Regards

KS

phanikumar_v3
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As suggested- you can go with different sales organization or separate distribution channel with new plant as EOU.

As per Glync Williams-No need for new sales organization for exports -if a same material participated in both the sales organizations under one company code.(But i saw my clients initially implemented with SAP India-has gone with different sales organization for exports- Dont know the exact reasons behind-may be client insisted)

Phanikumar

former_member182489
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better go with a new Sales Area config. . Customer in the EOU SA need to maintain with zero % excise indicator .

Mapping a new plant for this purpose wont suit well.

regards

manu

binoy_vargis1
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On CIN perspective check with Excise department whether a seperate Excise license/books is required. If yes then it should be a seperate plant and Excise group.

Regards

Binoy

arnabsarkar2601
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Hi S K,

As you have mentioned you client does not want to use the different document types for different customer like international or domestic customer you can use account group in the customer master data for mapping this. secondly I would like you suggest if your business permits you can create new sales organization and plant.

Regards,

Arnab