Suppliers can be selected through an offer process. Once these suppliers have been pre-selected by an organization. They enter into an agreement with a particular supplier to deliver certain items with certain conditions. This happens when an agreement is reached or a formal contract is signed with the seller. This framework contract is therefore a long-term sales contract with the seller. The main points of a framework contract are as follows – then indicate the name of the supplier, the type of contract, the purchasing organization, the purchasing group and the factory as well as the date of the agreement. Now, the system should display two deliveries that must be delivered on the following dates, depending on the delivery dates: once you have established the delivery plan and are satisfied with the filled in information, press CTRL+S to save the delivery plan. The delivery plan has been successfully registered This part is called the head of the delivery plan: Head of the delivery plan Fill in all the necessary details, such as the start date, the end date and the payment terms (i.e. the payment terms). As a delivery plan is a legal document, the system asks you to fill in the validity dates: you can see here that the Ship-to-Party A7000 has two deliveries that match the 30000053 delivery plan number that we have previously produced.
These deliveries are due on 4 November 2016 and 10 November 2016 respectively. Classifications in the delivery plan These classifications can be maintained for the delivery plan with these steps – This procedure describes the entries required in a delivery plan for the JIT process. A contract is in principle a long-term framework contract between the seller and the customer.