Freight Agreement In Sap Tm

September 21st, 2021

. I realized that there was a way to enter “condition” into the determination process. I guess I need to define a BRF+ decision table (or something else?) for the freight order type (based on a few years of SAP ECC background with an output condition/price/etc. technique) for the freight order type: if it is an incoming freight order type (e.g. YFO1), the condition of incoming processes is true and incorrect for outgoing processes and if I put this condition on the inbound transport contract, it will meet my requirement (and, of course, the reverse for the exit). Thank you for your answers! It seems that the solution of good practices corresponds to my hypothesis! It`s great! You already have an active moderator notification for this content. Do you have some kind of “how-to-documentation,” step-by-step instructions, or something like how to create that condition that could be used as a condition of tariff classification? In sap Transportation Management (embedded S/4 HANA 1909, Basic Shipping scenario), we use the calculation of freight costs (for freight orders) according to best practices, based on scales, tariff schedules, calculation sheets and freight agreements. If you have an answer to this question, use the form of your answer at the bottom of the page instead. Appendices: Up to 10 appendices (including images) can be used with a maximum of 1.0 MB each and a total of 10.5 MB. You can use the same spreadsheet and determine the multiple rate table with the use of the rate schedule setting code.

In this cond. You can define certain parameters that can distinguish outgoing processes from incoming processes, for example.B. MTR, zone, service level, vendor name, and so on, depending on your business design. Thus, a single freight order, based on the purchasing organization (unique to the customer) and the counterparty of the carrier, determines the first contract of carriage (or even the last) established. . Some of our carriers have more than one tariff table: say for example a separate tariff table for the entry and exit processes. That`s why, for these scenarios, we have established 2 different tariff grids, 2 different spreadsheets and 2 different freight agreements.. . . .

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