EDIFACT DELFOR

EDIFACT DELFOR D96A Message (Faurecia Trading Partners)

EDIFACT DELFOR D96A message may be used as shipping instruction, since the first part of the horizon is firm requirement, and also as planning forecast. Message guidelines cover two business cases with Faurecia – LISA process (Levelled procurement method with MANIFESTS) and NON LISA process (Non Levelled procurement method – NO MANIFESTS).

LISA Process

Specifically designed to cover the requirements for the Faurecia Core System (FCS), when the procurement method is the Levelled method (LISA). This Delivery Instruction message is a message from Faurecia to a Supplier giving details about long term material requirements in line with the conditions set out in the purchase contract. This message must not be used as shipping instruction, only as planning forecast since the firm requirements are informed in DELJIT message.

The Delivery Instruction message is intended to:

  • specify requirements based on delivery conditions
  • define the aspects that guarantee synchronisation between Faurecia and the Supplier
  • provide information allowing the Supplier to plan for future requirements, to purchase raw materials in line with the delivery instructions.

NON LISA Process

This DELFOR speficication is designed to cover the requirements for the Faurecia Core System (FCS), when the procurement method is non the Levelled method. Typically the requirements mentioned in the message are obtained through a classic MRP process. This Delivery Instruction message is a message from Faurecia to a Supplier giving firm quantities followed with long term material requirements in line with the conditions set out in the purchase contract.

This message may be used as shipping instruction, since the first part of the horizon is firm requirement, and also as planning forecast. The Delivery Instruction message is intended to:

  • specify requirements based on delivery conditions
  • define the aspects that guarantee synchronisation between Faurecia and the Supplier
  • provide information allowing the Supplier to plan for future requirements, to purchase raw materials, to fabricate and plan the delivery of goods in line with the delivery instructions.

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