Use the “LK” delivery method to send material to the customer or external agent. Using delivery plans can reduce processing times and reduce paperwork. A delivery plan can replace many discrete orders or contract release orders. This domain element uses delivery plans that can be run with or without an external service provider. Forecast and JIT are two types of release from the delivery plan. SA versions can be generated for delivery plans with output documentation. The release of the delivery plan can be done manually or automatically using a report. SA shares can be generated either for all selected positions in the relevant delivery plan or only for positions for which classifications are rearranged or changed. I couldn`t find any information about the scheduling contract for the show.

Your suppliers need shorter transit times. Smaller deliveries are required and can be spread over a longer period. Delivery planning allows suppliers to plan and allocate their resources more efficiently. And try to elaborate your request if the above is not useful, and try to explain why you need a delivery plan in the shipment instead of the standard consignment process (without a delivery plan) You can create delivery plans with or without release documentation. With release, documentation is advantageous, because in this case you have sent a supplier a record of the delivery plan information that you can view at any time. What are the main steps in implementing such an agreement at SAP? You can use delivery plans with or without release documentation. An authorisation may be used to inform the supplier that he must provide the indication of the materials on the dates. In some cases, the goods are returned to the customer`s consignment warehouse, after the exit from the consignment has already taken place.

Nevertheless, the system generates planning orders (MD13) when operating the layout instead of generating the schedules in the LPA agreement. Consignment offers several benefits to partners. Customers store consignment goods in their own warehouses. Customers can access the goods at any time in the consignment warehouse. They are charged for the actual quantity they took when they are removed from the warehouse. When the material is exhausted, use an “ED” command related to the delivery plan to dissipate the quantity consumed. This removes it from the special stock and triggers the countdown. I understand that there is no default scheduled agreement process in standard sap, no matter how you can tailor the SAP system based on business requirements, using a type of agreement document provided instead of the type of record order in the logging process, you can try it once in a client test to see if your requirements are met…