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EDI 856 Example: Single Order, Standard Carton Pack The following example depicts a single supplier order which contains three different SKUs, each represented by a unique U.P.C. The total quantity of the first U.P.C. is 72, packed 12 to a case, in 6 cases. The total quantity of the second U.P.C. is 70, packed 10 to a case, Read More →

Shipping-Documents-EDI

The scope and timing considerations of the ship notice transaction Within the retail industry, the scope of the ship notice cannot exceed the contents of the associated Bill of Lading for a buyer’s ship to location. There can be more than one ship notice referencing the same Bill of Lading, but one ship notice cannot reference more than Read More →

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EDI Multi-Order Processing An Advanced Ship Notice may represent many EDI orders. Multi-order ship notices are acceptable on the same Bill of Lading. The sender should choose whichever method is best for the sender – a single supplier order or many orders. The buyer should be prepared to receive both types. Multi-Order Processing With the multi-order processing Read More →

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Single EDI Order Processing In creating the Ship Notice/Manifest, the sender has some choices to make. A ship notice may represent a single supplier order or many orders. A single ship notice may also represent a part of the physical shipment or the entire physical shipment or Bill of Lading. Both single order and multi-order ship notices are Read More →