EDI Supply Chain Solutions
EDI for Warehouses
The advantages for those working with outside warehouses and carriers in the transportation industry is that routine high-volume communications can be automated. Companies who are EDI compliant can communicate seamlessly and electronically with all parties in their supply chain process, which removes manual entry in operational and billing systems. This results in saving time and money while eliminating any costly data entry mistakes.
Reduce manual tasks, eliminate human error & decrease costs:
- Send pick ticket information to the outside warehouse indicating goods to be shipped
- Create ASNs automatically based on received warehouse shipping advice
- Send notice and receive confirmations to/from outside warehouses
- Receive or send inventory adjustments
- Exchange bill of lading’s, shipping manifests, shipping statuses, invoices, and remittances
Warehouse Ship Order
Instruct remote warehouse to make a shipment, confirm a shipment, or modify or cancel a previously transmitted shipping order. Specific information provided in this warehouse shipping order includes manufacturer, shipping method, item quantities, number, ship and bill information.
Warehouse Stock Transfer Shipment Advice
Provide the remote warehouse with detailed information regarding the concerning product being shipped to them. This includes shipment date, goods manufacturer, warehouse details, transportation & items information.
Warehouse Stock Transfer Receipt Advice
Receive information from the warehouse that a transfer shipment has been received. This document also provides detailed information concerning the product that has been received.
Warehouse Shipping Advice
Receive information from the warehouse that a requested shipment has been sent. Information on the Warehouse Shipping Advice transaction usually includes the supplier information, date shipment was made, transportation information and ship-from & ship-to information.
Warehouse Inventory Adjustment Advice
Send or receive information of quantity or status change in inventory record. Provides detailed information about warehouse’s internal adjustments which occurs between a warehouse and a depositor. This document can be initiated by the warehouse or the customer.