Step 2 – Enter the name of the credit holder, the type of contract, the purchase organization, the buying group and the factory with the date of the contract. Tap Entry once you have selected the portion sold to allow the SAP system to accept the debtor and continue to establish the delivery plan. If two parts of the shipment have been assigned to the customer, a dialog box will be displayed to select the corresponding field that your customer has ordered to sell. Double-click on the desired and the same will be selected. SAP calendar agreements are taken into account in an integration model and have the box and options in the CIF. Delivery plans are similar to quantity contracts, since they are agreements between Debitor and your company to order certain quantities of a product. However, while quantity contracts do not contain delivery dates for materials, they are delivery plans. SAP-SD standard delivery plans normally include: The framework agreement is a long-term sales contract between Kreditor and Debitor. The structure agreement consists of two types: A delivery plan is a framework agreement between you and a party with the right to sell, valid for a specified period.
The delivery plan contains fixed delivery dates and quantities. These dates are included in the delivery plan classifications. Once the delivery plan is due, you can place the delivery as usual or using a list of deliveries. Step 4 – Indicate delivery date and target quantity. Click Save. The planning lines are now maintained for the delivery plan. A delivery plan is a longer-term agreement with the seller that covers the supply of materials under pre-established conditions. The conditions apply for a pre-defined period and a pre-defined amount of purchases.
“Planning agreements are used when products are purchased for large quantities at high frequency. It is precisely in the automotive sector that it is a common mode of supply. The principle is to have an object – the delivery plan – with the appropriate quantity and conditions, to plan the entries as “appointment positions” (according to order requirements) and to send the orders – the “shares” to the supplier in relation to the delivery plan. Versions are created for a defined horizon and updated at defined intervals. In addition to operational approvals, it is possible to send forecast releases to suppliers to inform them of future requirements. In this way, the delivery plan is an object that supports collaboration with the supplier. If you refer the delivery plan in your contract, it will become a legally binding agreement.