Hudson’s Bay Company Ticketing Requirements For Canada Merchandise Shipments Hudson’s Bay Company ticketing requirements described below in the blog outline the labeling, ticket and shipping requirements the vendor partners must follow when doing business with Hudson’s Bay Company doing business as Saks Fifth Avenue Canada and Hudson’s Bay Company doing business as Saks Fifth Avenue OFF Read More →

EDI Routing Instructions For Cross-border Shipping USA to Canada EDI Routing Instructions given below describe general requirements set to cross-border merchandise shipping from USA to Canada. LTL Notes Carrier will contact you for a pick-up appointment Please provide Appt #, date, and PO# when booking pickup Please provide Appt #, date, and PO# on BOL, Read More →

Identifying GTIN In Outbound EDI 5010 maps Identifying GTIN in Kroger EDI outbound 5010 maps (for transactions 810, 812, 830, 832, 850, 867, 875, 880) vendors have the possibility of case items being sent as UPCs (UA qualifier) or GTINs (UK qualifier). The MFG id (which is made up of the package level indicator, the Read More →

EDI Shipping: Zappos Paid Freight via the Zappos Routing Request Portal EDI Shipping requirements set for Zappos vendors described in today’s post concern Zappos Paid Freight. Upon approval of vendor Routing Request submitted via the Zappos Routing Request Portal, vendor will receive instructions via e-mail from Zappos EDI Shipping team – Inbound Logistics team. These instructions Read More →

UPC And EAN Barcodes Requirements For Zappos and 6pm.com Vendors UPC And EAN Barcodes must be GS1 Certified when conducting business with Zappos and 6pm.com. Vendors should place a human-readable and scannable UPC label (12 digits) or EAN label (13 digits) on every individual product packaging sent to the FC. Only one UPC or one EAN should be Read More →

Logistics EDI Applications Implementation Steps Logistics EDI Applications help a lot many warehousing/logistics providers involved in the implementation of EDI. As the public warehouse business becomes more competitive, many warehouses are trying to expand their traditional “product processing” business into the “information processing” business. The warehouses are looking for the new electronic data interchange trends. Logistics EDI Applications serve to Read More →

Return of Merchandise to Vendor In EDI Cycle Return of Merchandise from a retailer to a vendor can occur for two reasons: Faulty Merchandise or Overstock positions on merchandise. Faulty Merchandise Returns If merchandise is found to be faulty and must be returned to the vendor for credit, the process is simply to contact the vendor to Read More →

EDI Cross-Dock Delivery Description EDI Cross-Dock Delivery is an initiative to push the processing of goods from the retailer back to the vendor. The EDI Cross-Dock Delivery approach is to have vendor’s pre-package goods so the merchandise does not require further processing by the retailer’s warehouse. If done properly, the vendor will pre-package the merchandise in a Read More →

Direct to Store Deliveries (EDI Merchandise) Direct to Store Deliveries occur when an order will be placed for delivery to a specific store. The order may be placed at the store manually or electronically. Another option is to have a central buying office order the merchandise for each store. The DSD model is very common for retail Read More →

Central Stock Distribution (EDI Merchandise) Central Stock distribution has merchandise shipped to a central warehouse and the stores will pull stock from the central warehouse. Refrigerators are a very common example of Central Stock Merchandise. A shipment of 1000 refrigerators is received at a central warehouse. Each individual store will only receive one in-stock refrigerator. The rest of Read More →