3M EDI Advanced Ship Notice Guides (TD Segment- Carrier Details) 3M EDI Advanced Ship Notice transaction set uses hierarchical levels or “HL loops”. At present, 3M sends either the Shipment/Order/Item or the Shipment/Order/Tare/Item structure. The Shipment/Order/Tare/Item structure is only used if 3M is also providing the SSCC-18 serial number and bar coded label. Find some TD Read More →

3M EDI Customer Ship Notice Requirements 3M EDI Customer Ship Notice (856 Ship Notice/Manifest transaction set) allows 3M to send shipment notification to vendor company electronically via EDI. 3M EDI Customer Ship Notice transaction set uses hierarchical levels or “HL loops”. At present, 3M sends either the Shipment/Order/Item or the Shipment/Order/Tare/Item structure. The Shipment/Order/Tare/Item structure is only used Read More →

Volvo EDI Invoice: WebEDI Modifications Volvo EDI Invoice upgraded part (an upgraded version of the invoicing part of WebEDI) was launched in 2006. The reason why this Volvo EDI Invoice new version has been developed is related to the European legislation concerning invoices valid from 2004-01-01. Both the AP (Production material) and the NAP (Non automotive products) functions for creating Read More →

EDI AS2 Connection: Communication And Business Integration EDI AS2 connection is released by Volvo via support server authentication by verifying CA’s (certificate authorities) as trust model. If server certificate has been verified by trusted CA, Volvo will trust the server. Volvo support server authentication by verifying CA’s (certificate authorities) as trust model for EDI AS2 connection. If server Read More →

EDI Communication And Business Integration for the Volvo Group Vendors (OFTP2) EDI Communication at Volvo includes implemented session level encryption by using Transport Layer Security (TLS). The TLS provides data confidentiality by encryption of all protocol commands and data exchanged between Volvo Group and its partners. This will provide enough security, preventing a third party from extracting any Read More →

Flex EDI Program Basic Description And Guidelines For Partners Flex EDI program is used in business relationships o exchange business data or electronic documents, in a structured manner, between trading partners. Flex supports the United Nations rules for Electronic Data Interchange for Administration, Commerce and Transport (UN/EDIFACT) the international EDI standards developed under the United Nations. Business-to-business integration, Read More →

UPC Code EDI Merchandise Guidelines UPC Code EDI requirements are developed for exchanging accurate, standardized product listing information between trading partners. The North West Company is committed to scannable bar codes on all products at point of sale, and ultimately for use in receiving shipping containers. To ensure that the system is effective, it is MANDATORY that every Read More →

EDI Packing Merchandise Guidelines – The North West Company Vendors EDI Packing Merchandise requirements state that each purchase order must be processed, packed and assembled as a unique unit, but may be shipped with other purchase orders on the same bill of lading. All NWC purchase order numbers must appear on the bill of lading. Purchase orders Read More →

Direct to Store Shipping Guidelines: General Merchandise And Grocery Direct to Store shipping instructions specified on the purchase order/shipping guide must be followed by all vendors. All direct shipments must be accompanied by a packing slip in each box. Should the direct vendor fail to follow the specified shipping instructions or meet delivery deadlines excess freight charges Read More →

Carton Markings (NWC Direct Ship Shipping Requirements) Carton Markings requirements are a part of general merchandise guidelines for NWC vendors (Direct Ship Shipping). No more than one purchase order must be packed in any carton. All cartons must be clearly marked with the NWC purchase order number, the vendor product/style number, size and color breakdown, where Read More →