Communication Software

Communication Software: What Is It For? Communication software is usually represented by an application or a program that serve to send information from one computer (system) to another. In EDI communication software is used for remote access and transmitting files in the agreed and set by parties file formats. Also, this definition covers different means Read More →

Application Software

Application Software: Description And Types Application Software is a software used to perform single or several functions specific to the definite computer environment. Application software literally means a program (group of programs) designed for the end user in certain business environment. Speaking about business application software we should mention software used in retail, logistics, warehousing, accounting Read More →

ANSI encoding

ANSI Format: A “doubled” modification Of Former ASCII ANSI Format was developed by The American National Standards Institute and presents itself as a Microsoft-related standard for character set encoding. Also ANSI Format serves as a modified ASCII (the American Standard Code for Information Interchange) character set. If we compare the ASCII code and the ANSI Read More →

Fred's Merchandise Bill of Lading

Fred’s Merchandise BOL (Bill of Lading) Data Requirements Fred’s Merchandise BOL (Bill of Lading) is an all-important part of Fred’s rail and truck transportation arrangements with its business partners. Bill of Lading serves as the basic contract of carriage between the shipper and all connecting carriers, as a receipt for the goods, and as indicia of ownership Read More →

UPC Code-Uniform

UPC Code-Uniform Code Council (Fred’s Vendors Information And Guidelines) UPC Code-Uniform Code Council: the Uniform Code Council is a non-profit corporation that administers and regulates the Universal Product Code. The UCC assigns each company a manufacturer’s number, which are the first 6 digits of the UPC code. The next 5 digits of the code consist of each Read More →

Shipping Case Packing

Shipping Case Packing (Conveyable And Non-Conveyable) Guidelines Shipping Case Packing requirements are listed below for Fred’s vendors that ship merchandise to its Distribution Centers. Fred’s Distribution Centers distribute product to over 700 stores. A majority of product is sent as individual cases that flow through the DC on conveyor in a sorting system. Cases must contain only 1 Read More →

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Pallet Specifications And Carton Labeling Guidelines For Fred’s Vendor Merchandise Pallet Specifications And Carton Labeling requirements described in today’s blog are obligatory for Fred’s vendors that ship merchandise to Fred’s. FRED’S Pallet Specifications: Size: 40” wide x 48” long Type: GMA standard hardwood pallets, 4-way entry pallets Material: Group III and/or Group IV hardwood 4-way entry 6” Read More →

Vendor Shipping

Vendor Shipping And Handling Requirements (Fred’s Inc. Penalties and Charges) Vendor Shipping And Handling guidelines (routing, shipping, marking, or packaging requirements) are obligatory as Fred’s Inc. shall assess the penalties and charges to Vendors/ Shippers for failing to comply with  the mentioned Vendor Shipping demands: Fred’s purchase order number must be listed on all bills of lading and packing slips Read More →

EDI Training Online

Advanced EDI Online Trainings: New 2018 Courses Advanced EDI Online Trainings are offered by EDI Academy for specialists who have already passed basic online courses. Find below the description and available dates for Advanced EDI Online Trainings. EDI 201 & 301 (EDI All Industries) and HIPAA EDI 110, HIPAA EDI 210 HIPAA EDI (HIPAA EDI) courses Read More →

FRED’S Barcode

FRED’S Barcode And Country of Origin Labeling Requirements FRED’S Barcode requirements apply to any interior product that FRED’S distribution facility could split for resale. All inner packages intended for re-sale must be bar coded on at least one side with a UPC. The bar code symbol is the UPC-A. The GTIN-12 (12-digit UPC) is composed of: Supplier’s GS1 Read More →