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One vendor - different incoterms

Former Member
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Hi guys,

I have a requirement and need your help. 🙂

We have some suppliers and each of them has different delivering addresses and different incoterms.

In the former ERP-system there were different vendor master data maintained for each incoterms.

Example:

Vendor:           xvz

Address:          Munich

Account Nr.:    4711

Incoterms:      FOB

Vendor:          xyz

Address:        Augsburg

Account Nr.:   4712

Incoterms:     EXW

Don't ask me why they did it in that way.

How can I handle this in SAP?

Thanks in advance!

BR
Deniz

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Accepted Solutions (1)

former_member197616
Active Contributor
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Hi, I think you can use the Partner functionas concept . Orizinal vendor XYZ with one address and inco terms and another vendor abc ( with same vendor name ) as being OA -Ordering address mentioned in the initial vendor created and the OA vendor can have another inco terms

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Answers (4)

Former Member
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Indeed we use plant relevancy four our different plants and sub-ranges was one of my first ideas, but as Juergen described, it doesn't solve the different addresses problem.

It was my first intention as well to use different ordering addresses with different vendor numbers.

I thought maybe there is any other solution for my request.

Thank you for your help!

BR
Deniz

joydeep_mukherjee2
Active Participant
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Dear sir;

Yes Vendor Sub-Range will not serve the Purpose fully as suggested by Mr Juergen L .

and By using Partner function you need to create tow separate Vendor Code.

Joydeep

Former Member
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Hi,

Use Vendor Subrange,

It allows you to Enter, Multiple Currencies and Inco terms for Same Vendor

JL23
Active Contributor
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a partner function means a second vendor like before

and vendor subrange does not give any option for an alternative address.

JL23
Active Contributor
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Why is this one vendor if he has 2 addresses? How do you do that regardless of the Incoterms?