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Thread: Customs clearance

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2003

    Customs clearance

    Based on the Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) concept, we are asked to put in place a way to mark Purchase and Sales orders as "goods cleared from customs" or "goods not yet cleared from customs".

    We are thinking of different approaches
    1) Purchase Orders :
    * Hold code : issue is that order lifecycle should go on till receipt even if customs relief is not done.
    * New status in the lifecycle (after printing for example - issue is that many of our current setup will need to be changed)
    * use a field on order header to mark it (not controled, can be bypassed)
    * use of receiving inspection for item/supplier defined as customs clearance needed.

    2) Sales Orders :
    * More or less same options except receiving inspection....

    Has anyone has already put this in place ?
    What are the other options we are not thinking about ?

    Thanks for your help

    EnterpriseOne 9.0

  2. #2
    If you're still interested in customs clearance information, you could also consider W2C as a viable alternative.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Sep 2002
    Idaho Falls, ID
    For inbound purchase orders, receipt routing is probably what you want to review. It shows the goods "received", but not available

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