Definicja differential reference code
The code represents a physical geographic specification used for calculating location specific prices, discounts and surcharges.
The DRC allows prices paid by customers to reflect supplier's costs and permits areas with the same taxes or prices to be grouped together. Crucially, the DRC is used to set prices based on the destination of a delivery, e.g. on the location of the ship-to party, however this can be manually overridden in the sales document.
The geographical elements of the DRC are:Region / State Metropolitan Indicator (MI) Wide Area Pricing Zone (WAP) Pricing DRC (combines several DRCs for pricing) Country Code State Licence Fee Zone (SLF)
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