UPC (Universal Product Code)

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 →

Identifying GTIN

Identifying GTIN In Outbound EDI 5010 maps Identifying GTIN in Kroger EDI outbound 5010 maps (for transactions 810, 812, 830, 832, 850, 867, 875, 880) vendors have the possibility of case items being sent as UPCs (UA qualifier) or GTINs (UK qualifier). The MFG id (which is made up of the package level indicator, the Read More →

EDI Shipping: Zappos Paid Freight via the Zappos Routing Request Portal EDI Shipping requirements set for Zappos vendors described in today’s post concern Zappos Paid Freight. Upon approval of vendor Routing Request submitted via the Zappos Routing Request Portal, vendor will receive instructions via e-mail from Zappos EDI Shipping team – Inbound Logistics team. These instructions Read More →

Nordstrom UPC Catalog

Nordstrom UPC Catalog (UPC/EAN Assignment & Catalog) Requirements Nordstrom UPC Catalog requirements refer to UPC/EAN Catalog that is used to identify merchandise according retail industry standard. UPC Catalog allows to have one universal identifier for merchandise. If the required UPC/EAN catalog is not supplied, an expense offset fee will be assessed. ALL suppliers, whether or not they are Read More →

Ticketing Requirements

Ticketing Requirements For Hibbett EDI Vendors Ticketing Requirements: All merchandise shipped to Hibbett must include the UPC and Hibbett retail provided by EDI PO (850) transmission. The barcode must be visible and easily accessible for scanning. Do not place UPC tickets inside waistbands, packaging etc. Use only the UPC. Each item must contain only one bar code; Read More →

Безымянный

Designer Shoes Warehouse Labeling Guidelines and Notes Designer Shoes Warehouse Labeling requirements described in the blog below cover demands for footwear and accessory vendors as well as ticketing instructions. Designer Shoes Warehouse Labeling – Footwear Vendors If a vendor is set up to use UPC codes, the product must be labeled with the vendor’s UPC codes. The Read More →

Designer Shoes Warehouse UPC

Designer Shoes Warehouse UPC Catalog (832) Guidelines Designer Shoes Warehouse UPC Catalog requirements demand that the company will establish a UPC data trading relationship with all UPC enabled vendors. Once this relationship is established, all orders sourced by the Designer Shoes Warehouse buyers are to be labeled with the vendor’s UPC tag. Shipments delivered missing the Designer Read More →

Снимок

Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Labeling and Ticketing Requirements Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Labeling guidelines described in the post are used for 832 UPC enabled footwear and accessory vendors. If a vendor is set up to use UPC codes, the product must be labeled with the vendor’s UPC codes. The UPC code adhesive label should be placed in the lower Read More →