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General ticket requirements Vendors are responsible for ticketing. The Von Maur DC does not generate or supply tickets to Vendors. Ticket through the vendor label if ticketing on the garment will damage the item. Ticket non-apparel items, taking care to not damage the product. Do not ticket around the buttons of the garment. Do not Read More →

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General directives Mark all cartons with the store labeling information. DO NOT PREPAY FREIGHT AND ADD FREIGHT CHARGES TO THE MERCHANDISE INVOICE(S), or send separate invoices with freight charges. Merchandise invoices that contain freight charges will be paid net of freight. Von Maur does not reimburse Vendors for any prepaid shipments. If you mistakenly ship “prepaid” Read More →

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Von Maur Packing Guidelines for Vendors Von Maur Packing requirements are essential for proper merchandise and supply process including EDI. All vendors should stick to Von Maur Packing general instructions described below. Merchandise not shipped to these Von Maur Packing specifications can experience delays in processing and loss of time on the selling floor, along with Read More →

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Von Maur UPC Requirements For Vendors Von Maur UPC guides described in today’s post cover basic requirements for Von Maur vendors. The UPC is the essential component of EDI and is utilized in the transmission of all EDI documents. Following Von Maur UPC guidelines and steps will ensure that your company is positioned for a successful Read More →

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General requirements EDI is a paperless electronic transmission of data that expedites communication between the Retailer and Vendor, improves accuracy, and lowers costs by reducing redundant data entry. Von Maur’s Vendors are expected to be EDI if the Vendor has EDI capability. The EDI Coordinator may contact a Vendor to see if EDI is a possibility Read More →

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Stater Bros EDI: NEX/DEX Standards Definition Stater Bros EDI requirements are a part of general Stater Bros. vendor program. To evaluate and address the risks of human mistakes in its product supply chain documents processing, Stater Bros. Markets verification process consists solely of asking its direct suppliers to use electronic data interchange communication and their products comply with Read More →

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Rite Aid 856 ASN – Direct Store Delivery Rite Aid 856 ASN guidelines are based upon the HDMA guidance as well as, other industry organizations. The objective is to support an Rite Aid 856 ASN transaction that complies with the traceability provisions of the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) requiring Trading Partners to pass, capture and Read More →

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Macy’s GS1 128 Label Vendor Requirements and Guides Macy’s GS1 128 Label (SSCC-18) must be securely affixed to all cartons shipped to a Macy’s Distribution Center or directly to a store. The labels must match the corresponding EDI856 at the U.P.C./GTIN/EAN and location level. GS1 128 labels must comply with GS1US specifications. Use either the 4” x Read More →

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Rite Aid 835 EDI – Payment Remittance Advice Rite Aid 835 EDI is subjected to ‘Level 2’ or external testing as defined in the regulations on January 1, 2011 for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). A very good way to examine the Rite Aid 835 EDI is to think of it as an explanation Read More →

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Rite Aid EDI Supported Transactions Rite Aid EDIsupports the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the Accredited Standards Committee (ASC) X12 uniform standards for inter-industry exchange of electronic business documents. Versions 4010 and selected 5010 transactions are supported by Rite Aid. Additional 5010 transactions will be available in the near future. Currently Rite Aid is migrating Read More →