Stock in Transit - liquidation or remove the stock which is in transit
I am transfering a product from one plant (say 1000) to another plant (say
2000). By using MB5T, I could find the stock in transit. Unfortunately, the
lorry met with a fire accident and all my goods destroyed. Now I have a
scenario where I need to remove the stock which is in transit.
How do you wish to remove the stock? Are you going to scrap it or issue it to
a specific GL account for insurance purposes?
It is for both scrap and for insurance purposes.
You have two options. Option number one being the simplest of the two. You
will need to know the stock transport PO number or numbers. If you do not know
them you can perform a search using transaction MB5T enter in the receiving
plant, check the stock transfer order and the cross-company-code box and
execute. All in transit PO's will be displayed for that plant. You can drill
into document flow by double clicking on the PO number.
You complete the transactions into the intended plant and then perform the
MB01 or MIGO (goods receipt against a purchase order) depending on which you
use to perform goods receipts and LT06 bin put away,( if the plant is warehouse
Scrap the goods using transaction MB1A movement type 551 or MB1A misc issue
to a specific GL account. Use movement type 201. LT06 to remove the goods from
the put away bin if the receiving plant is warehouse managed. If the receiving
plant is not warehouse managed then MB1A is all that you need to do to complete
the scrapping of the goods.
You wish to reverse the goods movement back into the supplying plant and then
perform the scrap transaction.
VL09 reverse good movement. (You will need the delivery number in order to do
LT0G (if using warehouse management) to reverse the goods back into a bin.
VL02N to cancel the delivery
ME22N to cancel the PO.
MB1A choose the bin location in which you placed the goods when you performed
the reversal. (again if you have warehouse management). If non warehouse
managed MB1A is all that needs to be completed to remove the goods from