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Inbound delivery

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Dear all

Dear All,can anybody explain me why we do inbound delivery though we can do NORMAL GR.

i just want to know what does INBOUND DELEVERY AND OUTBOUND DELIVERY means in regards to other inventory transactions.

Regards,

Vimlesh

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Former Member
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thx

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Hi,

Inbound delivery does not necessarily mean goods receipt. INBOUND DELIVERY in SAP pertains to all incoming goods, which may refer to either a vendor delivery or a return of a rejected delivery to a customer. It may cover the schedules of deliveries from your vendors/suppliers or even a rejected delivery to a customer.

The GOODS RECEIPT portion pertains to the time that you are in the process of receiving the goods (either as a delivery or as a return item). Hence, movement type would vary.

Outbound delivery:

You use this business process in order to support all shipping activities like picking, packing, transport and goods issue. All information regarding shipping planning is stored in outbound delivery, the status of shipping activities is monitored, and data gathered during the course of shipping processing is recorded. By creating outbound delivery, shipping activities are started, and data is transferred that is generated during shipping processing.

Regards,

deepak.