SAP MM – Why is the freight as a purchase surcharge not included in the material cost at the time of goods receipt?
In SAP project practice, business departments often require that purchase surcharges, such as customs duties and freight and miscellaneous charges, be included in the cost of purchased materials.
The usual practice is to maintain the rate data corresponding to the condition type of these surcharges in the purchase order. In this way, when conducting the goods receipt for purchase orders, these surcharges can be included in the inventory amount.
The following process demonstration is based on SAP s / 4 Hana 1909 system.
1, Purchase order 4500000808 is am import purchase order.
The net price of material：2 EUR
2， We execute the transaction code MIGO to do GR for this PO.
Then below material document generated after posting，
Let us check the finance document,
Why is only customs included in the material cost? Where is the freight cost?
3，The pricing procedure of this purchase order is RM0000.
Check the control data for this pricing procedure,
The parameter of condition type FRA1 and ZOA1 are basically the same.
4，Let us compare the detail data of those two condition type from PO.
The detailed data for condition type ZOA1.
The data for condition type FRA1，
In the detailed data of condition type FRA1, it was not specified as delivery cost (the value of the field “condit.category” is EMPTY), there is no check box “Accurals” either.
5, Then go to the check the condition type configuration data, found that the condition type FRA2 maybe more meet our expections.
6, Create a new purchase order and use FRA2 condition type to identify the freight, so as to achieve the expected purpose. As follows:
Execute MIGO to do GR for this PO，
The material document generated after posting，
See the finance document of this material document，
The surcharges of freight and customs duties totaling 30 EUR are included in the inventory account. As shown above screen.