Shipping Carton Labeling Guidelines For Wegmans Vendors Shipping Carton Labeling Requirements cover Direct Import Shipments and Domestic Shipments guidelines depending on a type. Direct Import Shipments are those where Wegmans is the Importer of Record. Domestic Shipments are those where vendor is the Importer of Record or goods are manufactured within the United States. Shipping Carton Marking Requirements Read More →

General Shipment Requirements: Simplified Transportation & Receiving  General Shipment Requirements: Purchase orders must ship complete o Wegmans does not accept back-orders. Wegman prefers to arrange its incoming freight whenever it is logistically possible. Wegmans backhaul pickups are expected to have a weight limit of 42,000 pounds and built using quality standards for axle weight distribution. If a Read More →

Product Identification Requirements (Wegmans Vendor Requirements) Product Identification Requirements at Wegmans state that vendors identify their products with UPC barcodes (also known as EAN/UPC Symbols) that can be scanned at point of sale in Wegmans retail stores. Your UPC barcode symbols must include a valid Global Trade Item Number® (GTIN® ), the first part of which includes a Read More →

Wegmans EDI Transmissions Utilization Guides Wegmans EDI Transmissions are recommended for suppliers in order to better facilitate communications between the vendor and Wegmans. The appropriate EDI transactions for each supplier are determined based on replenishment type. Warehouse- 875,856,880 (UCS) Quick response- 850,856,810 (x12) VMI warehouse- 852, 855, 856, 880 (UCS). The first critical step of successful Wegmans EDI Read More →

Business Communication Flexibility Importance (Continental ERP-System) Business Communication at Continental aims to communicate to Supplier a stable demand with reasonable fluctuations in volume production during series production); this process is based on both customer orders as well as the mid and long-term Continental rolling customer demand forecast (CDP). However, the proportion of concrete OEM’s orders and demand Read More →

Delivery Schedules – Differences in Sourcing Models (Continental) Delivery Schedules Models, in general, have no difference in the EDI message type and within the format (e.g. EDIFACT or VDA). However, Supplier understands that quantities cited in Delivery Schedule for VMI are ‘gross requirements’ whereas to ‘net requirements’ in case of CMI consignment process, JIT or ship-to-stock. Net requirements for Read More →

EDI Delivery Schedule Processing (Continental Automotive) EDI Delivery Schedule Processing is generated demand-driven, within Continental’s ERP-System, according to the Sourcing Model and sent to Supplier. EDI transmission for Delivery Schedule Processing is preferred (e.g. EDIFACT format). Suppliers will receive a Delivery Schedule for any Contract Product by any ordering Continental location in regular intervals or Read More →

JIT EDI Management (Just in Time) – Continental Production Flow JIT EDI Management is a driven sourcing model with a limited inventory coverage range and high frequency deliveries (at least three times per week) relying on pull signals (e.g. Kanban) between different points (e.g. warehouse or production line). It means synchronization of delivery and production in order to Read More →

VMI – Vendor Managed Inventory Consignment Warehouse (Continental Automotive) VMI (Vendor Managed Inventory) basic idea is to give Supplier the responsibility for inventory management. Thus, VMI is a consignment process in which the Continental Supplier is free to make his own decision regarding the delivery date, frequency, and quantity as long as Supplier maintains the inventory level required Read More →

EDI Onboarding Process With GSA Global Supply EDI Onboarding process standardized steps must be followed by vendors to set up a connection to the EDI gateway. The EDI onboarding process starts immediately after a contract is awarded to the vendor. To initiate the onboarding process, GSS Global Supply will provide vendors with an EDI “survey” which is used Read More →