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How To Add Actual Additional Charges (Custom Fee) To The Cost Of The Item In Case Of IR/ISO (Doc ID 2350756.1)

Last updated on MAY 10, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Process Manufacturing Financials - Version 12.2.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


We have a scenario where we perform an IRISO process to transfer items from a manufacturing org (Source Org) to a distribution org (Destination Org) – Both the organizations are Process manufacturing enabled Orgs. Both the warehouses are in different countries.

In the destination Org, the items are first received in to a Customs Sub-Inv. (When the items are awaiting for customs clearance) and once the customs clearance is provided, the items are transferred to physical sub-inv. in the destination warehouse.

For custom clearance in destination Org, we incur a customs clearance cost every instance an item is custom cleared (Custom clearance cost is not a fixed sum). Now, we have a requirement to include the custom cleared cost to the cost of the item in destination organization.

In case of normal PO receipts, the custom clearance cost can be added to the cost of the item by matching the receipt to the Invoice. However, in case of IRISO, there is no receipt matching to Intercompany AP invoice and we are not able to add the custom fee to the cost of the item. Request you to please let us know the process to include the additional costs incurred (Custom Fee) to the cost of the item in case of IRISO.

Note: We are not using Landed Cost Management Module.

Creating a Value Adjustment in the destination org in the amount of the custom clearance charges may not be feasible as it involves manual activity of updating costs every instance a item is received and custom charge is incurred.

We are looking at more streamlined process to get the costs averaged in case of average cost and the PPV hit in case of Standard cost.



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