EDI Transport Instruction

Transport Instruction EDI Message The main objective of the Transport Instruction is to communicate the arrangements (through the agreed conditions) of the movement of the goods (including collection and delivery) between all parties involved and providing the information necessary to perform the handling of the goods. The Transport Instruction will be sent by the Logistic Read More →

EDI Message Requirements

Transport Capacity EDI Message Requirements In the Transport Capacity Requirements message the Logistic Services Buyer will define their transportation capacity requirements by developing a forecast based on aggregated demand covering extended periods of time. (i.e. product/order forecasts are rolled up and extended to shipment forecasts). These requirements should take into consideration seasonality, promotions, production capacities, Read More →

EDI Logistics

Transport Capacity Booking EDI Message Transport Capacity Booking is the process to reserve space for estimated consignments or shipments. Typically the booking process covers a period of less than a week prior to actual shipments covered by capacity booking moving through the Logistics Network. The Logistic Services Buyer will send transport capacity booking requests to Read More →

EDI

Redwood Logistics EDI Explanained EDI has been around since the early 1960s where it was first used to send cargo information between the chemical company Du Pont and Chemical Leahman Tank Lines.  EDI’s use grew as businesses realized the efficiency gains through exchanging information electronically.  By 1982, companies like Ford and General Motors began requiring Read More →

LIM process

LIM Processes and Basic Terminology The LIM is composed of business processes or business process blocks, divided into business transactions, these business transactions have been mapped to electronic messages (GS1 EDI). Relationship between transactions and messages is not by default 1 to 1. Several transactions have been mapped to one message. The model consists of seven Read More →

Logistics Interoperability Model

GS1 Logistics Interoperability Model Application Standard The GS1 standards help improve efficiency of operations and internal supply chain management, and offer compliance with the demands of the trading partners and requirements of legal regulations. The scope of the LIM (Logistics Interoperability Model) covers Transport and Warehouse management and includes activities associated with the movement of goods Read More →

EDI guides

Defence Logistics Agency EDI Guides Each of the DLA EDI transactions (832, 850, 810) must be tested successfully before the contract can move to production. Vendors should be prepared to work with the DLA Troop Support POCs for each transaction and provide notification about the success and failure of each transmission. DLA Troop Support – Read More →

REQDOC EDIFACT Message

REQDOC EDIFACT Message (Request For Document) REQDOC EDIFACT Message is used to request the last successful CUSRES of an entry. The LRN and or MRN must be provided in the REQDOC. A CUSRES will be sent to verify if the request can be fulfilled or not followed by the CUSRES in question if available. Note Read More →

EDI Case Study

EDI Case Study: increasing accuracy and making labor reductions using EDI and GS1 standards EDI Case Study shows how keeping a vast logistics network on the same page takes seamless coordination and timely, accurate information. With GS1 standards and EDI implementation Land O’Lakes, Inc. reached higher efficiency in warehousing. Challenge A global agricultural co-operative, Land O’Lakes, Read More →

862 EDI

EDI 862 Shipping Schedule Basic Data Contents  The Shipping Schedule Transaction Set will supersede certain shipping and delivery information transmitted in a previous Planning Schedule Transaction, but it does not replace the 830 transaction set. The Shipping Schedule Transaction Set  (862) shall not be used to authorize labor, materials, or other resources. The use of this transaction set will facilitate the Read More →