MM Configuration: Assign Plant to Company Code




Step-by-Step SAP Material Management (MM) Configuration: Assign Plant to Company Code

This post will explain a step by step SAP MM configuration of how to assign a plant to a company code in an SAP client.
A plant is assigned to one company code only.

One company code can have more than one plant.

Before we assign plant to a company code we must define the valuation level of material in an SAP client. The material valuation level can be company code or plant. You can read our previous post to understand more about material valuation in SAP.


We can assign plant to company code in a SAP R/3 client with T-code: SPRO.

SAP Screenshots of How to assign plant to company code are:

  • Go to the menu: IMG – Enterprise Structure – Assignment – Logistic-General – Assign plant to company code:

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  • Click execute button. The next screen is:

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  • Click “New Entries” button. The next screen is:

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  • Fill the company code and plant fields. In this example we want to assign “GC01” plant that we’ve created before to “GC00” company code (read this to create a company code). Then click “save” button. The next screen is:

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  • The “GC01” plant has been assigned to “GC00” company code.

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