SAP Global Trade Services (GTS) - Customs Management_Business Process Procedure

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H95: SAP Global Trade

Services (GTS) – Customs

Management

SAP AG Dietmar-Hopp-Allee 16 69190 Walldorf Germany

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Contents

H95: SAP Global Trade Services (GTS) – Customs Management ... 5

Purpose ... 5

Process Flow ... 5

Organizational Data and Master Data ... 6

Preliminary Steps ... 7

Uploading the Evaluation Role ... 7

Creating Initial Stock (in mySAP ERP) ... 7

Customs Management – Initial Loading of Master Data ... 9

Initial Loading of Material Masters (in mySAP ERP) ... 9

Initial Loading of Customer Masters (in mySAP ERP) ... 10

Initial Loading of Vendor Masters (in mySAP ERP) ... 11

Customs Management – Classification ... 12

Assigning Customs Tariff Codes (in SAP GTS) ... 12

Customs Management – Inbound Process ... 13

Creating Purchase Order (in mySAP ERP) ... 13

Creating Inbound Delivery (in mySAP ERP) ... 14

Displaying and Changing Customs Document (in SAP GTS) ... 15

Creating Goods Entry (in mySAP ERP) ... 16

Displaying Customs Workload (in SAP GTS) ... 16

Customs Management – Outbound Process ... 18

Creating Sales Order (in mySAP ERP) ... 18

Creating Delivery (in mySAP ERP) ... 18

Creating Billing Document (in mySAP ERP) ... 19

Displaying Customs Transit Document (in SAP GTS) ... 19

Editing Customs Transit Document (in SAP GTS) ... 20

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H95: SAP Global Trade Services (GTS) – Customs

Management

Purpose

SAP Customs Management enables you to handle customs processing for imports and exports

electronically and in accordance with the relevant legislation. The standardized means of communication provided by SAP Customs Management make customs processing faster and simpler, provided that computerized customs procedures are used. SAP Customs Management allows you to process your paper-based customs declarations electronically.

When you are exporting goods, you can submit your customs declaration to the customs authorities, and use SAP Customs Management to print out the necessary customs documents. When you are importing goods, you can submit a summarized declaration and initiate the release of the goods for free circulation.

This scenario refers to the communication requirements of the German NCTS/ATLAS processes. There are always country specific requirements in the Customs environment, so check your requirements with your local customs authorities and reconfirm the availability of a certified country-specific SAP solution with your SAP Representative.

Both the inbound and the outbound process are realized in this SAP Best Practices version. However the integration with an external communication system (for example, Seeburger) are not covered in this scenario.

The scenario contains firstly the initial loading of master data from the mySAP ERP feeder system to SAP GTS as a prerequisite for the following processes in GTS Customs Management.

Process Flow

The following functions are provided to support the SAP Global Trade Services – Customs

Management scenario:

• Initial loading of master data • Classification of products

• Inbound process: Purchase order process in mySAP ERP • Outbound process: Sales order process in mySAP ERP • Printing of customs document

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Organizational Data and Master Data

The following organizational and master data is required in the scenario:

Field name Value Description

Plant BP01 Production Plant BP01

Sales Organization BP01 Sales org. BP01

Distribution Channel 01 Distribution channel

Purchasing Organization BP01 Purchasing Org. BP01

Material H95-1200

H95-1001

Power pack 220 V for projector G550 Dual DVI Chip

Storage Location 0010 Standard Storage Location

Customers C9500 Customer GTS US 02 (USA)

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Preliminary Steps

This section contains activities that you need to carry out before you run through the business process procedure. Usually, you only have to execute these steps before you run the BPP for the first time, for example to create initial stock for goods movements.

Uploading the Evaluation Role

Use

Before you can begin performing the steps described in the Business Process Procedure, you need to upload the evaluation role for this scenario and assign it to your user. You have to do

this activity in both in the mySAP ERP and the SAP GTS system/clients (the same user role is

used for both clients). An evaluation role enables you to comfortably access all transactions required for the business application testing.

Upload the following role:

Technical name Description File name for upload

/SMB50/H95_05U H95: GTS – Customs Management for High

Tech _SMB50_H95_05U.SAP

Procedure

For more information about uploading the evaluation role to the system and working with roles, see to the Essential Information building block.

Creating Initial Stock (in mySAP ERP)

Use

The purpose of this activity is to create initial stock for the material H95-1001 which is not produced in-house.

Procedure

1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:

SAP role menu Create Initial Stock / ERP

Transaction code in mySAP ERP

MB1C

2. On the Enter Goods Receipt: Initial Screen, make the following entries:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Document

date DDMMYYYY Today is default

Movement

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Plant Your plant BP01 Storage

location Your storage location 0010 3. Confirm you entries with ENTER.

4. On the Enter Other Goods Receipts: New Items screen enter the materials H95-1001. 5. Enter the required quantity for every material, for example 10.000 (The unit of entry is

automatically entered by the system based on the settings in the material masters). 6. When the required materials are entered, choose Save to post the goods receipt.

Result

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Customs Management – Initial Loading of Master

Data

Use

You use the functions:

 Initial load of material masters  Initial load of partner masters

for transferring

 Material master data  Customer master data  Vendor master data

from the mySAP ERP feeder system to SAP Global Trade Services (SAP GTS).

Initial Loading of Material Masters (in mySAP ERP)

Use

In this step you transfer the materials needed for this scenario to GTS.

Procedure

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Global Trade Services Area Menu / ERP

Transaction code in mySAP

ERP /N/SAPSLL/MENU_LEGALR3

2. On the SAP Global Trade Services 7.0 screen, choose the Master Data tab page and, in group frame Initial Transfer of Master Data to SAP GTS choose Transfer Material Masters 

3. On the Global Trade Services: Manual Distribution – Material Master screen, make the following entries:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Material H95-1001 to H95-1200

Log title Material Master BP for HT

4. Choose Execute to transfer the material masters. Enter your GTS logon data if the logon screen appears.

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Result in SAP GTS

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Global Trade Services Area Menu / GTS

Transaction code in SAP GTS /N/SAPSLL/MENU_LEGAL

2. On the SAP Global Trade Services 7.0 screen, choose System Monitoring 

Transfer Logs – General  Customs Products.:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Log title Material Master BP for HT

3. Check that the products H95-1200 and H95-1001 were transferred successfully (status: green light).

Initial Loading of Customer Masters (in mySAP ERP)

Use

In this step you transfer the customer used in this scenario to GTS.

Procedure

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Global Trade Services Area Menu / ERP

Transaction code in mySAP ERP

/N/SAPSLL/MENU_LEGALR3

2. On the SAP Global Trade Services 7.0 screen, choose the Master Data tab page and in the

Initial Transfer of Master Data to GTS screen area, choose Transfer Customers  Execute:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Customer C9500 Customer from SAP Best

Practices Baseline Package (DE)

3. Choose Execute to transfer the customer masters. Enter your GTS logon data if the logon screen appears.

Result in SAP GTS

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Global Trade Services Area Menu / GTS

Transaction code in SAP GTS /N/SAPSLL/MENU_LEGAL

2. On the SAP Global Trade Services screen, choose System Monitoring 

Transfer Logs / Business partner:

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Log title *

3. Check that the customer was transferred successfully (status: green light).

Initial Loading of Vendor Masters (in mySAP ERP)

Use

In this step you transfer the vendors used in this scenario to GTS.

Procedure

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Global Trade Services Area Menu / ERP

Transaction code in mySAP

ERP /N/SAPSLL/MENU_LEGALR3

2. On the SAP Global Trade Services 7.0 screen, choose the Master Data tab page and in group frame Initial Transfer of Master Data to GTS, choose Transfer Vendors  Execute:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Vendor H95CH Vendor from SAP Best

Practices Baseline Packages (DE).

3. Choose Execute to transfer the vendor masters. 4. Enter your GTS logon data if the logon screen appears.

Result in SAP GTS

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Global Trade Services Area Menu / GTS

Transaction code in SAP GTS /N/SAPSLL/MENU_LEGAL

2. On the SAP Global Trade Services screen, choose System Monitoring  Transfer Logs –

General  Business partner:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Log title *

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Customs Management – Classification

Use

The purpose of this activity is to be able to classify products with their relevant tariff code for Foreign Trade.

Assigning Customs Tariff Codes (in SAP GTS)

Use

In this step you assign the customs tariff codes to each material used in this scenario.

Procedure

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Global Trade Services Area Menu / GTS

Transaction code in SAP GTS /N/SAPSLL/MENU_LEGAL

2. On the SAP Global Trade Services screen in the SAP Customs Management area, choose

Classification.

3. On the SAP Customs Management: Classification screen, choose Classify Products in the

Classification with Tariff Code Numbers screen area.

4. In screen Customs Processing: Change Customs Product Master enter the following data:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Logical System

Group For example: RS5_Group The logical system group you assigned in Customizing (for details refer to the configuration guide for this scenario) Ext. Product

Identification H95-1200 Material for Inbound Process (Purchase Order) 5. Leave other fields blank.

6. Choose Execute.

7. On the Change Products screen, select the Classification tab page.

8. Select the Legal Regulation / Numbering Scheme you defined during configuration, for example ATLAS Customs Processing System – Germany Import/Arrival & Export/Dispatch. Click the structure icon and make the following entries:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Classification Period

The validity date of the tariff numbers.

You can look up these dates in transaction

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number Scheme DEEZT or enter a From and To date and click Enter. In the error message the right validity period is shown.

Cust.Tariff No Choose the relevant number with the binocular, for example 10000001 9. Save your entries.

10. Repeat the steps for all materials used for customs.

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Ext. Product

Identification H95-1001

Customs Management – Inbound Process

Use

In the process of importing goods to a country it is necessary to declare those goods to customs authorities before putting them to use in a production process or reshipping them to Customers. Therefore the order and the goods entry process need to be conform to these declaration requirements. Ideally the process is integrated with the communication with authorities.

Creating Purchase Order (in mySAP ERP)

Use

The inbound process begins with the creation of the purchase order in ERP.

Procedure

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Create Purchase Order

Transaction code in mySAP

ERP ME21N

2. In the Create Purchase Order screen GTS Standard Order in the Document Type field and enter the following data:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Vendor H95CH Purchase Organization BP01 Purchasing Group 001

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Company

Code BP01

3. Open the Item Overview group frame and make the following entries:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Material H95-1200

Plant BP01

Quantity 10

4. Choose Enter.

5. On the Confirmations tab page (in the lower screen section), make the following entries:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Conf.Req. Order

acknowledgement requried

Set indicator

Conf.Ctrl Confirmation control

key Inbound delivery

6. Save the purchase order.

7. Make a note of the PO number: _______________ .

Creating Inbound Delivery (in mySAP ERP)

Use

In this step you create an inbound delivery with reference to the purchase order you created in the previous step.

Procedure

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Create Inbound Delivery

Transaction code in mySAP

ERP VL31N

2. On the Create Outbound Delivery screen, enter the following data:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Vendor H95CH

Purchase order <your PO number>

3. Confirm with Enter.

4. Choose Goto  Header  Foreign Trade/Customs from the menu. 5. On the Prelim. Doc tab page, maintain the following data:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

PrevDoc. type

T1 transit document T1

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no. 04DE586600011796M9

Choose a different number every time you run through the scenario, otherwise the documents are not transferred to GTS. Each number can only be transmitted once to GTS, unless respective GTS document gets cancelled.

Change the last 4 digits of the number. 6. Save the document.

7. Make a note of the inbound delivery number: _____________.

Displaying and Changing Customs Document (in SAP

GTS)

Use

In the GTS system, a customs document TRLOIM (Transit Inbound) has been created automatically. You display and change these documents in this activity.

Procedure

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Existing Customs Shipments for Import / GTS

Transaction code in SAP GTS /N/SAPSLL/CULO_TRS_IMP

2. On the GTS: Display Existing Customs Shipments in the Feeder System Document Data - Inb.

Delivery screen area, enter your inbound delivery number in the Reference Number field.

3. Choose Execute.

4. Take a note of the customs document that has been created: _____________ 5. Select the line and choose Change Customs Shipment (Shift+F1).

6. On the Transportation tab page enter the Shipping Date directly under the field Presentation

Date. Choose a date before the Presentation Date.

7. On the Transport tab page in the area Customs Offices enter DE005866 in the field Destination. You can choose it using the input help (F4).

8. Choose Check Messages (Ctrl+F2).

9. Go to the Communication tab page.

10. Select the row with the message TRDAN (jetzt M0120) 11. Choose Execute Message.

This SAP Best Practices scenario ends with the output of the message TRDAN. Normally, the process would continue with message exchange between you and the German authorities via Electronic Data Interchange (EDI). The shipping process ends with a ‘safekeeping notification’ before continuing with customs registration (the ATLAS process).

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Creating Goods Entry (in mySAP ERP)

Use

The next step after completing the necessary process steps with the customs authorities is to post the goods receipt into your stock.

This posting creates a customs workload in SAP GTS, that provides value and quantity data for the following customs declaration process.

Procedure

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Goods Movement / ERP

Transaction code in mySAP

ERP MIGO

2. On the Goods Receipt Purchase Order – <USER NAME> screen, enter your purchase order number and confirm with Enter.

3. Set the Item OK indicator.

4. On the Where tab page, enter storage location 0002. 5. Save your data.

6. Make a note or the material document number: _______________

Displaying Customs Workload (in SAP GTS)

Use

An automatic creation of Customs Workload for Customs Declarations on GTS Side integrates the process of declaration of the values and quantities of incoming goods. From there the declarative documents are created in order to communicate the received goods to authorities. .

Procedure

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Global Trade Services Area Menu / GTS

Transaction code in SAP GTS /N/SAPSLL/MENU_LEGAL

2. Select Customs Processing – Import / Export.

3. On the GTS Customs Mgmt: Customs Processing f. Import /Export screen on tab page

Operative Cockpit in the frame Document Editing and subframe Enter Customs Declaration

enter the following data:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Foreign Trade

Organizational Unit Foreign Trade Organization OBP01 Use drop down menu 4. Use the drop down menu beside Enter Import with Worklist and choose Import – Free

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5. On the Create Customs Shipment from Worklist screen, enter the following data:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Foreign Trade Org.

Unit OBP01

Legal Unit LBP01

Material Document Enter the Material Document

Number you noted above. 6. Choose Execute (F8).

7. Deselect the non-relevant documents. 8. Choose Create Customs Declaration.

9. Confirm the Create Customs Declaration dialog box with Yes.

This scenario ends with the creation of the Customs Declaration. After that, the process would continue with message exchange between you and the German authorities via Electronic Data Interchange (EDI). The customs declaration process ends with the defined response from customs authorities. In an environment with simplified procedures, the process end with the monthly periodic declaration (for example, EGZ for Germany).

In the simplified procedure, the process is finalized with a Periodic Customs

Declaration in transaction /N/SAPSLL/CUPED_MNTN.

You can only create a periodic customs declaration if the relevant documents exist in the system. This means that you need an Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) converter and can communicate with the German authorities using EDI.

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Customs Management – Outbound Process

Use

In the outbound process the ordering, shipping, and billing of the goods to all parts of the world is supported by various functions in the ERP system. Electronic communication requirements such as mandatory communication with customs authorities systems (for example, NCTS/ATLAS in Germany) are supported by SAP GTS Customs Management, running integrated with the mySAP ERP processes as described in the following section.

Creating Sales Order (in mySAP ERP)

Use

The outbound process begins with the creation of the sales order in ERP.

Procedure

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Create Sales Order / ERP

Transaction code in mySAP ERP

VA01

2. On the screen Create Sales Order: Initial Screen, enter the following data:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Order type YOR

Sales Organization BP01 Distribution Channel 01 Division 01 3. Choose Enter:

4. In the Create Standard Order: Overview screen enter the following data:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Sold-to party C9500

PO Number Enter a number

Material H95-1001

Quantity 1

5. Choose Enter and save the sales order. Note the sales order number:________________.

Creating Delivery (in mySAP ERP)

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You create the delivery with reference to the sales order from the previous step.

Procedure

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Create Outbound Delivery with Order Reference / ERP

Transaction code in mySAP

ERP VL01N

2. In the Create Outbound Delivery with Order Reference screen, enter the following data:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Shipping

Point BP01

Order Enter the order number of

the order you just have created

3. Choose Enter.

4. In the Outbound Delivery Create: Overview screen choose the Picking tab page and enter the

Pick quantity 1.

5. Choose Post goods issue.

6. Note the outbound delivery number: _______________________.

Creating Billing Document (in mySAP ERP)

Use

In this step you create the billing document.

Procedure

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Create Billing Document / ERP

Transaction code in mySAP

ERP VF01

2. In the Create Billing Document screen, enter the delivery number if necessary and choose Enter.

3. Choose Save and note the billing document number: ______________________.

Displaying Customs Transit Document (in SAP GTS)

Use

When you save the billing document in the ERP system, a customs transit document is created automatically in SAP GTS. In this step, you display the customs transit document in the GTS system in order to complete the necessary data for declaring an outbound shipment to authorities

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Prerequisites:

• Shipping date needs to be filled in order to assign a valid security

• Authorized location must be maintained in authorization for authorization type authorized Consignor

• Function of processor must be maintained: Therefore enter the transaction BP, search for the person CUSMANAGER and enter a function in field Comments, for example Customs Agent. Save your data.

Procedure

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Global Trade Services Area Menu / GTS

Transaction code in SAP GTS /SAPSLL/MENU_LEGAL

2. On the SAP Global Trade Services screen, choose Transit / Presentation  Operative

Cockpit  Export  Outbound Activities.

3. In the GTS: Cockpit: Transit Procedure – Outbound screen enter 0BP01 in the Foreign Trade

Org. Unit field and choose Execute.

4. A list with open customs documents is displayed. Open means that the customs documents are to be sent to the customs office, in process means, they are coming back from the customs office. Select the relevant customs document which just has been created and choose Display.

5. On the GTS: Cockpit: Activities in Shipping Procedures screen you can view the details of the customs document.

You also have the possibility to create a customs shipment declaration manually, without reference to the billing document in the ERP system.

To do so, on the SAP Global Trade Services screen, choose Transit / Presentation. On the GTS Customs Management: Transit / Presentation screen, enter OBP01 in the

Foreign Trade Organizational Unit field.

From the drop down box next to Enter Customs Shipment Manually , select

Open Transit Procedure  Simplified Procedure. On the GTS: Customs Shipment Create screen select the legal unit LBP01 from the input help in the Legal Unit field

and choose Check Messages. Enter the missing data.

Editing Customs Transit Document (in SAP GTS)

Use

In this step you edit the document and add additional data until completion check of the document is o.k. After that the document will contain the necessary data for being accepted by receiving systems of the customs authorities (for example, NCTS System of European Authorities).

Procdure

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SAP role menu Global Trade Services Area Menu / GTS

Transaction code in SAP GTS /SAPSLL/MENU_LEGAL

2. In the SAP Global Trade Services screen, choose Transit / Presentation  Operative Cockpit  Export  Outbound activities  Execute.

3. On the Display Outbound Activities screen, choose Execute again.

4. On the Activities in the Transit Procedure Area select the relevant entry, select the item line and choose Change.

5. In the GTS: Customs Shipment Change screen choose Check Messages.

6. A number of messages with missing data are shown at the left hand side of the screen. Maintain the missing data as described in the following table:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Organization

Processor CUSMANAGER

Security Type Comprehensive Guarantee

For example:

1300000000000000000

The license number can be entered in the field next to the field guarantee type. Select the license number using the input help (F4).

Packng Data

Number of Packages 1 You have to assign first on

item level a number of packages (see section Items below)

Transportion

Customs Status T1

Due Date Today’s date

MoT at Depart. Country

DD-PA 5755 DE

Identity of means of transport at departure for SLL

MoT Border Country

DD-PA 5755 DE

Identity of means of transport crossing the border for SLL

Inland Mode Trsp 3

Mode Trsp Border 3

Customs Office - Issue

DE005866 Customs Office Reception / Departure

Select using the input help (F4)

Destination DE005874 Customs Office of

Destination

Select using the input help (F4)

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Field name Description User action and values Comment

Package Type NS

Packages 1

Package Number POS-1

ContainerNo. 1234

Tab page on Item Level: Gen. Data

Description of Goods any description

CN Code 10000001 Use the F4-Help to select a

Commodity Code

Tab page on Item Level: Documents/Evidence

Type of Document Choose a Type of Document, for example SUMA – Previous

Document and click the icon

Create

Use the drop down list

Type Choose a Type, for example

AWB and choose Enter. Use the F4-Help 7. Save your data. The customs shipment is created. Note the customs shipment number

______________.

8. Choose again Check Messages. There should be no more messages and the completion check should show a green light.

9. Save the Customs Document.

Outbound Scenario Printing (in SAP GTS)

Use

In this step you create a customs document ATLAS Export with manual entry of relevant data and preview or print document. You will need this document as a basis for the printing of documents such as e.g. an export declaration.

Procedure

1. Access the transaction choosing the following navigation option:

SAP role menu Global Trade Services Area Menu / GTS

Transaction code in SAP GTS /SAPSLL/MENU_LEGAL

2. In the SAP Global Trade Services screen, choose Customs Processing – Import / Export 

Operative Cockpit.

3. In the GTS Customs Mgmt.: Customs Processing f. Import / Export screen in the frame

Document Editing screen area, make the following entries.

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Foreign Trade

Organizational Unit 0BP01

4. Choose Enter Customs Declaration Manually using the icon . Choose Export  Export

Declaration.

5. In the GTS: Customs Declaration Create screen maintain the following data:

Field name Description User action and values Comment

Organization

Legal Unit LBP01 Legal Unit Choose from Input help

Processor CUSMANAGER

Partner

Choose Insert Row and enter the following:

Payer for Export Choose from the input help the internal number in GTS system for customer C9500 Ultimate Consignee

for Export Choose from the input help the internal number in GTS system for customer C9500 Packng Data

Number of Packages 1 is filled automatically when

item is maintained, see below

Number of Items 1 is filled automatically when

item is maintained, see below

Transportion

Customs Status EX

Shipping Date Today

Entry Type For example: D Choose from input help

MoT at Depart. Country

HP-QJ 268 DE

Identity of means of transport at departure for SLL MoT Border Country Type HP-QJ 268 DE C

Identity of means of transport crossing the border for SLL

Incoterm CIF

Inland Mode Trsp 3

Mode Trsp Border 1

Customs Office – Issue

DE005866 Customs Office Reception / Departure

Select using the input help (F4)

Destination DE005874 Customs Office of

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Field name Description User action and values Comment (F4) Countries: Issue Destination DE US Invoice Data Nature of Transaction 11

Represent Val. Decl. No Representation, Act in Own name

Payment Method C

Logistic Costs

Determination Date Today’s date

Transportation Costs Enter a value for example: 230 EUR

Insurance Costs Enter a value for example: 15 EUR

6. In the lower frame for Items choose the icon and create the following item data:

Tab pages on Item Level

Gen Data:

Product H95-1001 Choose Enter before adding

the product, otherwise the field is not active.

Item Quantity For example: 1 ST

Gross Weight For example: 100 Weight is determined

automatically

Net Weight For example: 98 kg Weight is determined

automatically Placement:

Custs Status Plct 0100

Add Procedure Select an appropriate entry

Country of Departure DE

Country of Origin DE

Region of Origin For example: 07 Pckng Data

Package Type for example: CS

Container for example: 1234

Packages 1

Package Number POS-1

Cust.Val

Value of Goods Enter a value for example

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tab page Logistics Costs. This is necessary for the customs value calculation. 7. Choose the Calculation icon on tab page Cust.Val for the Item. The Determination Status

should show a green light. If not read the log and enter the missing data.

8. Enter a second position with a different material and execute the calculation again. The Calculation is updated on the header (see tab page Log.Costs).

9. Save your data.

10. Choose the Communication tab page, select Activation message P0080 and choose Preview. In the print preview the customs shipment with Layout is displayed. Make sure that entry for your user exists in transaction /n/SAPSLL/PRNDT2.

Note that the standard system printer LP01 does not support pdf forms and the print preview is not possible. You need to insert your own pdf enabled printer in the printer determination. Therefore go back to the previous screen. On the SAP Customs Management: Customs Processing for Import/Export choose Printer Determination

Execute in the Message and Print Processing Area. In field Output Device enter your

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