UPC Code EDI Merchandise Guidelines UPC Code EDI requirements are developed for exchanging accurate, standardized product listing information between trading partners. The North West Company is committed to scannable bar codes on all products at point of sale, and ultimately for use in receiving shipping containers. To ensure that the system is effective, it is MANDATORY that every Read More →

EDI Packing Merchandise Guidelines – The North West Company Vendors EDI Packing Merchandise requirements state that each purchase order must be processed, packed and assembled as a unique unit, but may be shipped with other purchase orders on the same bill of lading. All NWC purchase order numbers must appear on the bill of lading. Purchase orders Read More →

Direct to Store Shipping Guidelines: General Merchandise And Grocery Direct to Store shipping instructions specified on the purchase order/shipping guide must be followed by all vendors. All direct shipments must be accompanied by a packing slip in each box. Should the direct vendor fail to follow the specified shipping instructions or meet delivery deadlines excess freight charges Read More →

Carton Markings (NWC Direct Ship Shipping Requirements) Carton Markings requirements are a part of general merchandise guidelines for NWC vendors (Direct Ship Shipping). No more than one purchase order must be packed in any carton. All cartons must be clearly marked with the NWC purchase order number, the vendor product/style number, size and color breakdown, where Read More →

EDI Shipping Procedures For The NWC Vendors – Bill Of Landing EDI Shipping Procedures will ensure vendor merchandise is processed through The NWC distribution system as efficiently and accurately as possible. It will also help eliminate costly and potential delays in getting your merchandise to The NWC stores. The North West Company expects complete on-time shipments; backorders are expensive, Read More →

EAN (European Article Numbering) As A European product Identifier EAN (European Article Numbering), also known as the European UPC equivalent, is a standardized 13-digit barcode. EAN (European Article Numbering) is used for identifying single items, packages as well as shipping containers. The European Article Numbering barcode system is followed worldwide. European Article Numbering code digits Read More →

EDI Material Label According to VDA 4902, Version 4 (Daimler AG EDI) EDI Material Label was developed by Daimler AG as a standard material label also recommended by ODETTE. New techniques for Goods Receipt operations have made barcodes particularly important. Under the package system, the barcode is scanned. A comparison with the 4913 EDI is run in Read More →

VDA 4922 Forwarding Instruction Brief description VDA 4922 Forwarding Instruction was developed by the VDA in cooperation with the German Freight Forwarding and Storage Association (BSL) as a standard transport accompanying document. The results are described in VDA recommendation VDA 4922 (forwarding instruction). VDA 4922 Forwarding Instruction has also been standardised by DIN under no. 5018. Another advantage Read More →

UPC (Universal Product Code) – Product Information Identifier In A global Business Routing UPC (Universal Product Code) is a twelve-digit barcode printed on retail products packaging (grocery, books, magazines, cosmetics, household goods etc.) for identifying a particular merchandise item. UPC (Universal Product Code) is a type of unique code that consists of two sectors – Read More →

Online EDI Training Courses By EDI Academy Online EDI Training is a perfect possibility to become a certified EDI specialist after passing the sequence of webinars. Find below EDI Academy webinars schedule for May 2018. * $250 per session per person. * 20% discount for all sessions (email info@ediacademy.com). * 20% discount for groups of two Read More →