Sap Tm Freight Agreement Determination

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Posted by lapi | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 12-04-2021

The entire freight billing process can be automated via sap-batch orders and manual interventions are usually only necessary in the event of a dispute. Disputes within a tolerance zone can be designed to be automatically approved. Event-controlled load calculation functionality significantly reduces scenarios with load differences (more than the tolerance limit) between Carrier Invoice and TM FSD. This significantly improves the complete automation of the freight billing process with carriers and reduces the cost of checking invoices. In order to facilitate the freight billing process, sap TM uses freight agreements for the storage of transit contracts. The version change is also available to update freight agreements. During the shipping process, a transport contract is established in the TM system and the forwarder is chosen on the basis of commercial rules. After the cargo is calculated on the basis of freight agreements, the cargo compensation document (FSD) is established. Once the carrier has completed a shipment, an invoice is sent by the forwarder to the shipper for payment of transportation services. The value of the invoice is verified with the amount calculated (based on the agreement) and the payment is processed. If there is a discrepancy between the calculated amount and the amount of the forwarder, litigation is initiated. The whole process is called the freight billing process. There are other variants of this basic process such as the Electronic Settlement Receipt (ERS) etc……

Since the Fb00 loading position does not appear in the freight calculation of the freight order, it appears that the royalty spreadsheet is not determined. Stupid question: But is everything in released mode? Price table, TCCS (check date), freight agreement. Also click on F5 to update your cargo order to make sure it reads the latest settings. I assume FO is relevant to the calculation of royalties 🙂 Shippers are generally in the product development and manufacturing sector and perhaps not enough resources and know-how in transporting these products to customers. This is why, as a general rule, subcontractor shippers subcontract the bulk of the transportation to external transportation companies. To have a sustainable and stable transportation process, shippers generally have agreements with carriers. They regularly negotiate terms and fares with air carriers and update agreements in accordance with the requirement. These advanced features are not available in LE-TRA. Therefore, this is considered a professional shipping function that requires an additional licensing fee. There are many other advanced features in this area that are only available as part of the professional shipping feature. For example, condition of determination of the transport contract, calculation of the weight of DIM, integration into the business logistics network (LBN), dispute resolution process (from 1809), shipping processing procedures for LSP scenarios (with and without calculating event costs), etc. These additional features have a considerable commercial impact and, therefore, professional shipping in the S/4 HANA supply chain for TM (Embedded TM) is a good business case for different customers who spend a lot of freight.

The basic process for freight billing, as mentioned above, can be achieved by basic on-board TM shipping functions. (A similar procedure was available in the LE-TRA regarding the shipping document, in which rates are stored in conditional conditions). In SAP TM, we have the Event Driven Charge Calculation function to design the above process. Here we define an event profile and different types of lots. This event profile is then added to the FO-type adjustment. Therefore, the transport contract, the event and the type of charge are linked. If, when calculating the FO charge, the type of freight is present in the specified transport contract and the event is reserved in the event profile, this type of loading is active and the fees charged in con

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