The below described EDI mapping derectives regard California – zip codes 900-930.

  1. The Vendor must call the Consolidator for PO verification and pickup or delivery appointment at least 24 business hours before requested ship date. The Vendor will be charged the Consolidator’s established pick up rate.
  2. The Vendor must call the Consolidator for P.O verification and delivery appointment 24 hours in advance of delivery even when opting not to use the Consolidator’s carrier.
  3. If the Vendor uses their own carrier, City Fashion will charge the Vendor $2.00 per hundredweight handling fee.
  4. The BOL must be marked “pre-paid to the Consolidator, collect beyond” (EDI mapping).
  5. The Consolidator has the right to refuse pick up of the shipment if the Vendor has not given sufficient notification for pick up. If the Vendor chooses to ship on the cancel date, the consolidator/carrier must be called at least 24 business hours before the cancel date to make an appointment. Same day pickups are not available.
  6. If using another carrier to deliver to the Consolidator, the freight MUST leave the Vendor’s dock by the cancel date (EDI mapping), and the Vendor is responsible for all handling charges.
  7. There should be one BOL per pickup (EDI mapping), per day, regardless of the number of POs or pallets/cartons being consigned.
  8. LTL and Small Package shipments will go via the Consolidator, no matter the size, unless the vendor pays the freight charges.
  9. Vendors may bypass the Consolidator and prepay freight charges directly to the Von Maur DC using their carrier of choice.
  10. Vendors that prepay freight are responsible for loss and/or damages that occur during shipping.

The below described EDI mapping derectives regard California zip codes 931-960 (except 955) (provided the shipping location resides in the orange area on the picture below)

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  1. The Vendor must call the Consolidator for PO verification, pickup and delivery appointment at least 24 business hours before requested ship date.
  2. The BOL should be marked “collect.”
  3. The Consolidator has the right to refuse pick up of the shipment if the Vendor has not given sufficient notification for pick up. If the Vendor chooses to ship on the cancel date, the consolidator/carrier must be called at least 24 business hours before the cancel date to make an appointment. Same day pickups are not available.
  4. There should be one BOL per pickup, per day, regardless of the number of POs or pallets/cartons being consigned.
  5. PO number(s) must be listed in the P. O. no. field of the shipping label.
  6. When shipping, select “FedEx Ground” as service type, and then select “collect.” Collect will only appear as a billing option once FedEx Ground is selected. It is not necessary to have the Von Maur FedEx account number; Von Maur’s FedEx account number will not be provided.
  7. The Vendor must contact FedEx Ground to arrange for shipment pick up, providing at least 24 hour notice. The shipment will be refused at the Von Maur DC and sent back to the Vendor if FedEx picks up the freight earlier that the ship date, or later than the cancel date on the PO.
  8. DO NOT add insurance charges, or declare a value.
  9. All labels must be placed on the side of the cartons. Do not cover any other information on cartons, such as barcodes or carton identification labels.

Read about general routing EDI requirements for Von Maur vendors.

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