As @Jamx states, Copying the field down into subsequent fields works.
Doing this kind of sql construction you have to be careful that you don't break the sql statements you are trying to construct or include characters that are special to the sql environment you use to load the data (sqlplus for oracle has a define character usually &)
Note: You have a problem in the sql you are constructing, in that you need to enclose the strings you are trying to construct and probably add a sql termination character like ;.
The formula should be:
="INSERT INTO MyTable (ISAM_ID, ENTITY, CUSTOMER_MEDIA,STATUS,IIN,OID,FVC)"
& " VALUES (" & A2 & ", '" & B2 & "', '" & C2
& "', '" & D2 & "','" & E2 & "', '" & F2 & "', '" & G2 & "', '" & H2 & "');"
The sql output should be:
INSERT INTO MyTable (ISAM_ID, ENTITY, CUSTOMER_MEDIA,STATUS,IIN,OID,FVC)
VALUES ( 10001, 'ErferrRR01','MP3','LOADED'