In SAP Transportation Management (embedded S/4 HANA 1909, Basic Shipping scenario), we use freight cost calculation (for freight orders) based on best practices based on scales, tariff scales, spreadsheets and freight agreements. Thank you for your answers! It seems that the solution of good practice corresponds to my acceptance! It`s great! You already have an active moderator warning for this content. . Some of our carriers have more than one table rate: say, a separate rate table for incoming and outgoing processes. Therefore, we established 2 different rate tables, 2 different spreadsheets and 2 different freight agreements for these scenarios. . If you have an answer to this question, use the „Your Answer“ form at the bottom of the page instead. Thus, in a single freight contract, on the basis of the (only) purchasing organization of the customer and the Carrier Business Partner, the first (or even the last) transport contract is established. You can use the same spreadsheet and set the multiple rate table with the use of cond table search rates. In this cond. you can set certain parameters that can distinguish the outgoing incoming process.B. MTR, area, level of service, lender name, etc. depending on your business plan.

Do you have some kind of „How-to-Documentation,“ step-by-step or similar guide, how to create this condition that could be used as a rate table calculation condition? I realized that there was an opportunity to enter the „condition“ into the determination process. I could imagine it (based on a few years of SAP ECC background with output/price/etc. Packaging technique) I have to set a BRF decision table (or something else?) for the type of cargo order: if it is a type of incoming cargo order (for example. B YFO1), the condition applies to incoming processes and false for outgoing processes, and if I specify this condition on the incoming transport contract, it meets my requirements (and of course vica-versa for the exit). Appendixes: Up to 10 attachments (including images) can be used with a maximum of 1.0 Mb per piece and a total of 10.5 Mb.