EDI shipping

S,O,T,P,I Hierarchy Diagram: Mixed Single, Multi Item Pallets (EDI ASN H-E-B) In situations where the case quantities ordered of a single item do not fill a single pallet a multi item pallet may be defined by: 1) Identifying a new Tare Level 2) Defining an item belonging to that Tare at the Pack level (Item Read More →

Single Item Pallets

Single Item Pallets Hierarchy (H-E-B Advanced Shipping Notice) Single Item Pallets Hierarchy in EDI Advanced Shipping Notice with basic representation is provided with several examples. Tare Level (HL = T) represents the top level shipping unit consisting of Pallets, Cartons or other large Shipping Containers. Additional option provided at bottom of page. Pack Level (HL = Read More →

High-Level ASN

High-Level ASN Overview (H-E-B EDI Vendor Guidelines) The H-E-B ASN should represent one shipment, or the contents of a single trailer. This shipment can include one or more PO numbers. If multiple Purchase Orders are defined on a single ASN, the hierarchical structure would be as on the picture below. Pallets are used as the physical Read More →

EDI Training Schedule 2020

We are ready to announce EDI Training Schedule 2020! EDI Training is a perfect opportunity to dive into basics of Electronic Data Interchange, improve your EDI knowledge and get company staff trained with certification. Choose a bundle and save 20%. The best dates and prices for you in the coming year! All Industries – EDI Fundamentals & Read More →

H-E-B EDI Advanced Shipping Notice

H-E-B EDI Advanced Shipping Notice: Commonly Used Terms H-E-B EDI Advanced Shipping Notice contributes to the efficiency of the supply chain in several ways. First, it allows to obtain the receiving details for a purchase order electronically, reducing the likelihood of key-entry error by H-E-B receiving clerks. It also speeds the receiving process, and provides important information Read More →

HEB Vendor EDI

HEB Vendor EDI Basic Guidelines HEB Vendor EDI program requires all vendors and/or 3 rd party EDI providers to properly fill-out the EDI Information/Application Sheet provided by H-E-B. The details below enable the configuration of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) transactions between Vendor (and/or their designee provider) and H-E-B. New Vendor Setup The first panel of the Read More →

Grainger EDI

Grainger EDI Integration Basic Guidelines Grainger EDI connecting via an ePro application can greatly reduce the amount of time and resources required to procure products. Grainger has found that managing your spend can help you achieve greater efficiencies throughout your entire procure-to-pay process. Automating your procurement process can help reduce errors, lower your costs, and Read More →

General Mills EDI Invoice

General Mills EDI Invoice Vendor Procedures General Mills EDI Invoice procedures ensure smooth and efficient billing.  All vendors (except Freight Carriers) have to submit invoices via EDI or other available (and agreed) methods like Taulia Portal. General Mills EDI Invoices must be submitted to the General Mills Accounts Payable Department directly from the vendor. If you Read More →

Packing List For EDI Purchase Order

Packing List For EDI Purchase Order – Ascena Vendor Requirements Vendors participating in the UCC-128 Label Program will not have to send/email the Packing List for EDI Purchase Order. If an accepted ASN hasn’t been received before arriving at the DC/FC and a packing list hasn’t been sent, you are required to submit an acceptable Read More →

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Justice/maurices/Dressbarn EDI ASN (Ascena EDI Guidelines) Justice/maurices/Dressbarn EDI ASN must be sent before pickup from vendor’s facility. If vendor has written approval from DC Operations Vendor Coordination team, ASN may be sent as late as one (1) business hour after pickup. An evening pick up (after 4:00PM) must be sent by 9:00 AM the next Read More →