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Multiple Finish CIN

Dear Experts,

My issue is,

R1 is the material consumed for material S1,which i sell as well use for the manufacturing of material F1.

After the confirmation of prodn order for material S1,their is RG1 entry for material S1 & RG23A Part1 entry for material R1.

So my issue is what will be the register entry after the prodn of F1 material & how to carry out the entry( Procedure as well as setting needed)

Thanks & Regards.........

Edited by: akshay sonurkar on Sep 3, 2008 12:28 PM

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Former Member replied

Hi,

As per your scenario, for material R1, always it will be RG23A Part 1 entry.

And for S1, there will be receipt entry after GR from Production and issue entry when it is sold to customer of issued against Production of F1 material in RG1 Register.

Consumption of one FG (S1) in production of other FG (F1) is called as *Captive Consumption* for which you have to raise an Excise Invoice of Zero value on the name of your manufacturing plant only.

For this better create a separate Storage Location as Shop Floor in OX09. And then do Stock Transfer of Material S1 from FG Stores to Shop Floor via Stock Transport Process keeping Supplying and Receiving Plant as same. Also create a separate STO Document type for Captive Consumption PO by taking copy of UB.

And once the stock of Material S1 is available in Shop Floor you can use is for consumption against production of F1. And for the material document of stock transfer, you can debit stock form RG1 Register.

STO Process: -
1. ME21N - STO keeping Supplying and Receiving Plant as same.
2. VL10D - outbound Delivery
3. VF01 - Pro-Forma Invoice
4. J1IIN - Outgoing Excise Invoice
5. MIGO - GR w.r.t. STO in Shop Floor Storage Location (Here no need of Capture and Post Excise Invoice)

To update register;
J1I5 - RG1 Register Entry w.r.t. material document of stock transfer created during Outbound Delivery
J2I6 - Print RG1 Register.

And for material F1, there will be entry in RG1 Register.

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