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856 ASN Pick And Pack Structure – Multiple Purchase Orders using pallets (Tare level). This 856 Advanced Ship Notice has multiple purchase orders where each pallet is labeled with a ucc-128 label and an interleaved 2 of 5 (scc-14) is on every carton. Pack level carton barcodes are sent on the 856 reporting to the Read More →

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856 Standard pack structure where each pallet is labeled with a ucc-128 label and  an interleaved 2 of 5 (scc-14) is on every carton.  Pack level carton barcodes are sent on the 856 reporting to the tare level ucc-128 making them unique to the parent shipment. This ASN contains a tare level. The GS1 – Read More →

Transportation EDI Solutions

Transportation EDI Solutions: Key Benefits and Advantages Transportation EDI solutions were applicable in global business for years. Though in early years electronic processing was not known as EDI, today this approach has strong history and continues to develop quickly. Electronic data interchange was already used in automotive and trucking industries many years ago, however, today Read More →

Logistics EDI Solutions

Logistics EDI Solutions: Cost Saving Approach Logistics EDI solutions continue to prove that electronic messaging format worth their implementation. In general, the annual volume of all EDI transactions in the world business make more than 20 billion ones and this quantity continues to grow. If your company is connected to transportation of third-party logistics, you Read More →

Sporting Life Scheduling

Sporting Life Scheduling An Appointment NLS Guidelines Sporting Life Scheduling Delivery guidelines require all deliveries to Sporting Life 3PL warehoused (NLS) require an appointment – to schedule an appointment an ASN is required (EDI Vendors), or an approval number (Non-EDI Vendors). To obtain an approval number a valid PO, within shipping window and not passed cancellation date, is Read More →

EDI Shipping Instructions

EDI Shipping Instructions & Appointment Requirements EDI Shipping Instructions state that vendors should contact Sporting Life team to schedule an appointment, and provide the following information for every Purchase Order: PO# Cartons Units Carrier. Vendors should note, the ASN must be sent prior to the goods arriving at NLS. Failure to schedule an appointment OR shipping before/after appointment date may result in Read More →

Delivery Capability

Delivery Capability Based On Different Sourcing Models At Continental Delivery Capability calculation is standardized and backed by an IT-System: when goods receipt is posted in Continental’s ERP System, instantly the delivery is evaluated with respect to date and quantity requested. Each and any goods receipt is evaluated on Contract Product basis vs. the information in the Read More →

production logistics

Production Logistics Process (Start of Series Production) Production Logistics Process must be coordinated closely between Supplier and Continental location for every new Contract. The following topics must be coordinated and finalized between the Supplier and Continental Logistics Department before the first delivery for series production on the latest: Preferred Sourcing Model, Packaging Concepts, Information Interchange (EDI), Shipping Read More →

Cumulative Quantity

Cumulative Quantity Report EDI Continental ERP-System Cumulative Quantity can be used by the supplier to monitor incoming delivery instructions (e.g. Delivery Schedule, call-off etc) by Continental for their plausibility, feasibility and to determine increases or decreases within a certain period of time. Cumulative quantities are a running total at a certain date relating always to a certain Read More →