GS1-128

GS1-128 (formerly UCC-128) Label Specification (Hibbett EDI Vendors) The 20-digit carton ID printed on the GS1-128 (formerly UCC-128) label must be included in the MAN segment of the ASN (856), Each carton must have a unique carton ID number. An ongoing GS1-128 (formerly UCC-128) bar code quality control program must be in place to ensure ANSI Read More →

Hibbett EDI Invoice

Hibbett EDI Invoice Guidelines It is required that a unique invoice number be transmitted for each shipment by PO. Direct to Store shipments should have a separate invoice number for each shipping location. Before sending an electronic Invoice 810 to Hibbett, a vendor must first be approved by the EDI Department testing. Hibbett requests one Read More →

Hibbett EDI Advanced Ship Notice

Hibbett EDI Advanced Ship Notice Guides Merchandise will move through the Hibbett Wholesale and Logistics Facility directly from the inbound truck via a sortation / conveyor system (AKA cross-dock) on to the destination store delivery truck. This is possible only when merchandise is 100% pre-ticketed and shipments are consistently accurate. Before sending an ASN (856) to Read More →

EDI Label

EDI Label Placement/Quality Guidelines (Gordmans) Each carton is required to have one GS1-128 label. Labels must be placed on the longest side of the carton in the lower right hand corner. For cartons with equal width and length dimensions, the longest side of the carton is considered to be the panel which runs parallel to Read More →

Pack By Store EDI Order

Gordmans Pack By Store EDI Orders Guides Pack By Store Orders Shipped to DC Carton Packaging and Size Requirements are the Same as Bulk Orders with some exception. The packing list and/or 856 EDI-ASN must match shipment exactly and tickets sent in advance correctly applied to merchandise. Incorrect packing list information can cause delays in Read More →

EDI Shipping

Carton Packaging and Size Requirements (Gordmans) EDI approved vendors are required to use UCC-128/GSI-128 label and place on lower right of longest end of cartons. Bulk Orders Shipped to DC Pack each style separately by size and color. Make sure each carton contains merchandise for one purchase order only. Each item’s cartons must have the Read More →

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 →