Inventory Management Stock Transfer In Sap MM

Stock Transfer

– In a day-to-day activities Stock transfer is one activity.
– Normally stocks are transferred between organizational units based on official communication of the concerned in charges

Stock Transfers are two types

1. Intra Company Stock Transfer i.e  Stock transfer with in the company code
2. Inter Company Stock Transfer i.e  Stock Transfer between company codes

Intra Company Stock Transfer:

Again it is Two Types

1. Storage Location-to-Storage Location
2. Plant-to-Plant

1. Storage Location-to-Storage Location

Again these types of Stock transfers are two types

1. One-Step Process
2. Two-Step Process

a) One-Step Process

• Here certain quantity of material will be requested officially by the in-charge of one storage location to the other storage location
• The following Drawing shows based on the request of Storage Loc. In-charge of S2, S1 in-charge is sending the material under One-Step Process

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Steps:

• Use TCode: MB1B and Mvt = 311
• Enter Supplying Plant SPL1 and Supplying Storage. Location S1 in the initial screen.
• Enter the material no and quantity
• Press save

b) Two-Step Process

[This process is adopted in SAP because when transferring the stock from one storage location to another storage location there is a possibility of not receiving the quantity by receiving storage location because of different events like accident, theft may occur.

In single step whether the receiving storage location receives physically the quantity or not it updates in stock status. This can be avoided in the two-step process]

In Two-step process there are two sub steps:

1. Remove from Str. Loc
2. Placing into Str. Loc.

Remove from Str. Loc

• Use TCode: MB1B and Mvt = 313
• Enter Supplying Plant SPL1 and Supplying Storage. Location S1 in the initial screen.
• Enter the material no and quantity
• Press save

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Placing into Str. Loc

• Use TCode: MB1B and Mvt = 315
• Enter Plant as SPL1 and Receiving Storage. Location as S2 in the initial screen.
• Enter the material no and quantity
• Press save

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2. Plant-to-Plant

Again these types of Stock transfers are two types
3. One-Step Process
4. Two-Step Process

a) One-Step Process

• Here certain quantity of material will be requested officially by the in-charge of one storage location of one plant to the other storage location of other plant.
• The following Drawing shows based on request of in-charge of Storage Loc. of S1 of Plant-1, sending to the material to the in-charge of S3 of Plant-2, under One-Step Process

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Steps:

• Use TCode: MB1B and Mvt = 301
• Enter Supplying Plant SPL1 and Supplying Storage Location S1 in the initial screen.
• Enter Receiving Storage Loc2
• Enter the material no and quantity
• Press save

b) Two-Step Process (Plant-to-Plant)

[This process is adopted in SAP because when transferring the stock from one storage location of a plant to another storage location of other plant, there is a possibility of not receiving the quantity by receiving storage location of other plant because of different events like accident, theft may occur.

In single step whether the receiving storage location receives physically the quantity or not it updates in stock status. This can be avoided in the two-step process]

In Two-step process there are two sub steps:

1. Remove from Str. Loc (Plant-to-Plant)
2. Placing into Str. Loc. (Plant-to-Plant)

Remove from Str. Loc (Plant-to-Plant)

Steps:

• Use TCode: MB1B and Mvt = 303
• Enter Supplying Plant SPL1 and Supplying Storage. Location S1 in the initial screen.
• Enter Receiving Plant SPL2. Entering of Receiving Str. Loc is optional.
• Enter the material no and quantity
• Press save

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Placing into Str. Loc. (Plant-to-Plant)

Steps:

• Use TCode: MB1B and Mvt = 305
• Enter Receiving Plant SPL2 and Receiving Storage. Location S2 in the initial screen.
• Enter the material no and quantity Press save

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A consolidate Statement of Accounts triggered during various goods movements

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