EDI Delivery Schedule Processing

EDI Delivery Schedule Processing (Continental Automotive) EDI Delivery Schedule Processing is generated demand-driven, within Continental’s ERP-System, according to the Sourcing Model and sent to Supplier. EDI transmission for Delivery Schedule Processing is preferred (e.g. EDIFACT format). Suppliers will receive a Delivery Schedule for any Contract Product by any ordering Continental location in regular intervals or Read More →

JIT EDI

JIT EDI Management (Just in Time) – Continental Production Flow JIT EDI Management is a driven sourcing model with a limited inventory coverage range and high frequency deliveries (at least three times per week) relying on pull signals (e.g. Kanban) between different points (e.g. warehouse or production line). It means synchronization of delivery and production in order to Read More →

VMI Continental

VMI – Vendor Managed Inventory Consignment Warehouse (Continental Automotive) VMI (Vendor Managed Inventory) basic idea is to give Supplier the responsibility for inventory management. Thus, VMI is a consignment process in which the Continental Supplier is free to make his own decision regarding the delivery date, frequency, and quantity as long as Supplier maintains the inventory level required Read More →

CMI

CMI – Customer Managed Inventory (Consignment Warehouse) At Continental CMI is a consignment process in which Continental as the Customer to Supplier manages the material planning in terms of restocking and the Supplier resupplies the Contract Products as indicated in a Delivery Schedule to a location close to or at Continental premises. As a part of the consignment Read More →

Continental WEB EDI

Continental WEB EDI via SupplyOn Continental WEB EDI via SupplyOn is accepted as alternative process if the Supplier, for various reasons (i.e. in case the necessary technical infrastructure is not available), is not able to implement EDI. Usually Suppliers who do not have an EDI interface use SupplyOn WEB EDI. The difference between EDI and WEB EDI is simply Read More →

EDI DELFOR

EDI DELFORP (Delivery Forecast Planned Delivery) Continental Transaction EDI DELFORP message informs Continental about planned deliveries well in advance. Planned deliveries is designated as ‘planned receipts’ in the following blog post. This message type is required for the Supply Chain Monitor (SC Monitor). The SC Monitor is a web-based monitoring system of the current supply situation. There are three Read More →

E-Commerce

E-Commerce (Electronic Commerce) Definition And Classification E-Commerce is a business-to-business (B2B) initiative aimed at communicating business transaction documents on a real-time or near real-time basis between known trading partners, such as suppliers, customers and, increasingly, between a supplier’s supplier or a customer’s customer. This is the movement from simple B2B to electronic business-to-business (EB2B). Electronic Commerce as Read More →

EDI Certification

EDI Certification (Partner Compliance Checking) EDI Partner Certification (Compliance Checking) is a bundle of steps aimed to passing technical and informational compliance and meeting business partner requirements. The results of EDI Partner Certification show that a new trading partner satisfies the set requirements, its technical and informational resources are approved by the organization and a new partner Read More →

Continental EDI ASN

Continental EDI ASN (Global ASN and Delivery and Transport Data) Continental EDI ASN message becomes mandatory and Supplier needs to send an ASN in case Continental requires the Supplier to take part in the TOMS and/or SC Monitor project. The same applies if a Continental location requires an ASN transmission for the receiving process. Supplier generate the ASN at the Read More →