Von Maur Routing Guides for EDI Mapping Von Maur Routing Guides (EDI mapping derectives) described below  regard to FOB Vendor Warehouse Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, West Virginia, Wisconsin. Von Maur Routing Guides and Requirements Economy must be written prominently on the BOL, in the Read More →

Payments to direct store delivery suppliers The following additional EDI guidelines pertain to DSD suppliers: Each EDI invoice must also contain the following information: Store number Store address Vendor number Suppliers delivering to multiple sub departments for the same vendor must invoice each sub department separately. Credits for returned product may not be included on Read More →

Publix has an outstanding financial reputation and is characterized in the industry as principled and fair in EDI payment practices. Publix has established the following guidelines to ensure efficient and accurate payments between Publix and its suppliers via EDI communication. General payment guidelines Publix adheres to the following guidelines related to supplier payments. The guidelines below pertain Read More →

Lowe’s Special Orders Sales (SOS) program provides Lowe’s vendors with additional revenue opportunities in Lowe’s stores and is one of the  primary growth vehicles. As with any major initiative, Lowe’s is constantly reviewing the operational model, looking for ways to reduce costs for both  customers and suppliers. The implementation of EDI for Special Orders is one of Read More →

Von Maur EDI Mapping State Routing Guidelines Von Maur EDI Mapping State Routing Guidelines described below regard to FOB Vendor Warehouse Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington D.C., Wyoming, California – zips 955 & 961, New York – zips 120-149. Read More →