Objective of this Blog is to clarify the Configuration set up for Import Process under GST regime, Which is already pre delivered as part of Import Solution 

Target Audience 

Business Users, Key Users, Consultants 


Target Industry 


As Per GST Law

- To clear the goods from the customs, custom duties has to be paid for custom clearance

- The customs invoice consists of the Basic Customs Duty (BCD) and IGST in the GST regime

- To create the customs invoice in MIRO, Basic customs duty is derived from the delivery cost line

- IGST is computed on the Basic customs duty and the assessable value

Configuration Overview

Please note all this configuration is already pre-delivered 

Backend Configuration (No SSUI applicable)

A)    Condition Type – JIMD – IN: Import GST deduct

B )  Condition Type – JIMN – IN: Import GST ND


D)   JIDC – IN: GST Comp. Cess Imp


       E)  Tax Calculation Procedure – 0TXIN With Import Conditions



     F) Assign Tax Calculation Procedure to County 


 SSUI > Set Pricing Condition Types - Purchasing   ID101094

G) Condition Type - JCDB - IN Basic Custom

H)  Condition Type - JCDB - IN Basic Custom – IN: Social Welfare Surcharges

SSUI > Set Calculation Schema - Purchasing  ID 101095

I)    Pricing Schema Calculation With Custom Duty Component

J)    Adding JCDB - IN Basic Custom & JSWC - IN: Social Welfare C in Pricing Procedure A18001

   K) Classify Condition Types

SSUI > Classify Condition Types - Purchasing   ID101934

Sample Tax Computation for Import IGST & Custom Duty Component


Conclusion Important Configuration related to Import Process is explained

Relevant SAP Note :

2458404 – GST Import

2482200 - GST India - DDIC activity and configurations for GST compensation CESS

2598053 - India: Social Welfare Surcharge

Additional Learning :

Standard Import Procurement Process (India Localization) in SAP S/4 HANA Cloud 


Creation of Additional Tax Codes in SAP S/4HANA Cloud Essentials - India