Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Routing and Transportation Requirements Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Routing department will route all shipments when the company is the responsible party for payment of freight charges. The vendor’s copy of the company EDI purchase order should reflect the correct commercial and freight related terms for the merchandise. Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Read More →

Designer Shoes Warehouse Labeling Guidelines and Notes Designer Shoes Warehouse Labeling requirements described in the blog below cover demands for footwear and accessory vendors as well as ticketing instructions. Designer Shoes Warehouse Labeling – Footwear Vendors If a vendor is set up to use UPC codes, the product must be labeled with the vendor’s UPC codes. The Read More →

  Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI 856 and 997 Transactions: Electronic Shipment Notice/Manifest and Functional Acknowledgment Message Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI 856 transaction set is used for the receipt and processing of vendor merchandise. Additionally, an EDI-enabled vendor must also produce a hard copy representation of Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI 856 message as part of the shipping documentation requirements. Vendor Read More →

Designer Shoes Warehouse UPC Catalog (832) Guidelines Designer Shoes Warehouse UPC Catalog requirements demand that the company will establish a UPC data trading relationship with all UPC enabled vendors. Once this relationship is established, all orders sourced by the Designer Shoes Warehouse buyers are to be labeled with the vendor’s UPC tag. Shipments delivered missing the Designer Read More →

Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Requirements General (EDI Vendors) Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI policy was described in the previous post. We have already mentioned that Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI program was developed for faster and more effective business workflow. This is benefitial for all parties invloved in the EDI processing. Today we will mention some general Designer Shoes Warehouse Read More →

Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Policy General Info Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Policy was developed for optimization of supply processes in the company and therefore facilitating business workflow. Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Policy requires all Designer Shoes Warehouse vendors to exchange business documents via EDI. These documents include purchase orders (850 PO), purchase order changes (860 POC – Buyer Initiated), Read More →

DSW EDI Carton Packing General Instructions DSW EDI Carton Packing instructions need to be accepted by a vendor. Any DSW EDI Carton Packing exceptions initiated by a vendor must be pre-approved by the vendor relations. General DSW EDI Carton Packing guidelines are given below. Vendors cannot mix POs, styles, or colors within cartons. Cartons need to Read More →

Designer Shoes Warehouse Carton Specifications – Construction and Design Requirements Designer Shoes Warehouse Carton Corrugate – Vendors should use a regular slotted container (RSC) with a burst strength rating of 200 lbs (90.91 kg) or edge crush test (ECT) strength rating of 32 lbs (14.55 kg). Designer Shoes Warehouse Carton Corrugate of higher standards is acceptable Read More →

Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Labeling and Ticketing Requirements Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Labeling guidelines described in the post are used for 832 UPC enabled footwear and accessory vendors. If a vendor is set up to use UPC codes, the product must be labeled with the vendor’s UPC codes. The UPC code adhesive label should be placed in the lower Read More →