warehousing EDI

EDI Logistic Transactions 997 And 856: Improved visibility on B2B operation EDI Logistic Transactions 997 And 856 are of critical necessity for many 3PLs and warehouses to communicate with customers, partners and retailers. EDI in Logistic helps your operations run more efficiently, keeps you current with the requirements of your customers, partners and vendors, and most Read More →

EDI warehousing

EDI Logistic transactions 900 Series for faster and more efficient supply chain operations EDI Logistic transactions 940, 943, 944, 945, 946, 947 (900 Series) are applied for the Warehousing/3PL industry as the most common transaction set in this field. Below you will find some explanations. 940 Warehouse Shipping Order Data contents of the Warehouse Shipping Read More →

EDI In Automotive Industry

EDI In Automotive Industry: The Automotive Industry Action Group EDI Implementation EDI In Automotive Industry appeared in the late 1960s, when companies began developing in-house computer systems and internal networks to streamline business functions. OEMs and suppliers developed proprietary systems in the 1970s, but these required suppliers to maintain different electronic data interchange (EDI) rules and data Read More →

Hayneedle Shipping Label

Hayneedle Shipping Label Requirements (Drop Ship) Hayneedle Shipping Label is an identification label affixed to a container which specifies contents of the shipping container. Hayneedle Shipping Label helps describe and specify what’s inside a package. Hayneedle has certain requirements when it comes to shipping labels. The company requires that vendors use Hayneedle preferred carriers and use the correct labels in Read More →

EDI shipping labels

Finish Line Shipping Labels (Label Placement – Shipping Cartons) Finish Line Shipping labels must be placed in the lower right hand corner of the long end of the carton. Finish Line Shipping labels basic demands: A standard GS1-128 shipping label is required with minimum grade quality of ‘B.’ GS1-128 carton numbers must be 20 digits Read More →

Indigo EDI UPC Code

Indigo EDI UPC Code And GS1-128 Label Vendor Requirements Indigo EDI UPC Code or EAN (International Article Number; formerly European Article Number) is provided on all products shipped to Indigo Distribution Centres (“DCs”) or Stores. Vendors are responsible for ensuring that UPC Code is unique scannable and correct. UPCs and EANs must meet the specifications defined by the Read More →

Vendor Shipping Requirements

Vendor Shipping Requirements – Carton Packing Guidelines For Finish Line Vendor Merchandise Vendor Shipping requirements regarding carton packing note that all cartons must be adequately manufactured, labeled, and otherwise marked to ensure that product is delivered to Finish Line Distribution Center in store “Ready to Sell” condition. Deviations from the following guidelines could result in expenses and delays Read More →

Bar Code Requirements

Bar Code Requirements – EDI Finish Line Vendor Compliance Program Bar Code Requirements for Finish Line vendors were developed in order to provide successfull bar code scanning. All bar codes on all tickets should fall within the following Bar Code Requirements. The Finish Line uses a barcode verifier that measures the quality of the bar codes which Read More →

EDI Merchandise Ticketing

EDI Merchandise Ticketing – Finish Line Vendor Shipments EDI Merchandise ticketing as well as labels are required because they provide accurate inventory control information which allows your product to flow quickly and efficiently to Finish Line retail stores. All products must be properly ticketed, packaged, and packed prior to being shipped to Finish Line distribution center. All products Read More →