Scenario: A product is ordered from a supplier but needs delivery at two locations. The individual quantities at the two locations are below the discount price point by the supplier.
E.g: Supplier: ABC Product: Chair Delivery Location : One, Quantity - 10, Price = $50 each Delivery Location: Two, Quantity - 15, Price = $ 50 each.
If a total of 25 chairs are placed on order with Supplier ABC, the price of each chair is only $40. In this example, $250 will have to paid in excess if two PO's are placed.
Since the destination location is at the PO level and not at the order line level, how do we do this?
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