indicates the material as a fixed price co-product.
A material marked as a fixed price co-product is not costed using a joint production process.
If the material is an output material of a process with several co-products, the costs for the fixed price co-product are taken from the process costs using the net realizable-value method.
Set this indicator if the material is a co-product, but the costs are not to be determined using an apportionment method; instead, a preset price is to be used for the material.
The price for the fixed price co-product is taken from a cost estimate without quantity structure; alternatively, a price from the material master is used.
You can only set this indicator if you have also set the co-product indicator for the material.
Fixed-price co-products are shown in the itemization as items of category M (not A, as is the case with normal co-products), albeit with negative quantities and values.