I am working for a cement Industry. We have a FG which will be created from different MIlls (order Type).
Process Order FG - Material Raw Material Order Type
10000 M1 RM1 PO31 (ADMIN 1, LABOUR 1,DEP 1,POWER 1,MACOOH 1)
10001 M1 RM2 PO32 (ADMIN 2, LABOUR 2,DEP 2,POWER 2,MACOOH 2)
10002 M1 RM3 PO33(ADMIN 3, LABOUR 3,DEP 3,POWER 3,MACOOH 3)
For manufacturing FG Material M1 raw Materials used and Activites are different in all the 3 process Orders.
CK11N we have run for Order Type PO31.
Monthly we will be producting M1 from all the 3 sources. When we do CO88 production order variance is posted against PO32 and PO33.
How to run cost estimate for the same product with different Raw Materials and Activites . Please help.
I believe your requirement can be catered through production version.Based on different production version assigned to product in C202 and costing version (OKV6) definition will be helpful to execute multiple cost estimates for the same material based on the same costing variant you define in OKKN. However of these you will be able to mark and release only one material for price update. Please note that you can run CK11n any no of times with diff prod versions.
Assuming there is no split valuation ,and if you want all the 3 ways of production(basically 3 different production version) to be
considered for standard cost estimate purpose then you have to define the procurement alternatives using CK91 and then
define mixing ratio's using CK94.
Check this link which will guide you more in detail,
Also in standard SAP it's not possible to have different std cost for different production process or different production version.
It's possible to have one released cost estimate at a time.
Check and revert back.
Edited by: Mangalraj.S on Feb 27, 2012 12:49 PM
Well said,the business will not accept for creating different FG part codes just for the sake of producing it with different
You have to use only FG part code,probably you can have different BOM and routing and then different production versions.
You can carryout the standard cost estimate either using one production version and at the time of order creation you can use
different production version to pick the required BOM and routing and the system captures the actual cost based on the
confirmations and goods movements carried out or else if you are using mixed costing,then you can define on what basis the
first,second and third production version should be considered for costing.
Just check the link which I have mentioned in my first reply and you can get a good understanding.