Logiwa supports a number of EDI transaction sets or file types that are useful for logistics and warehousing businesses, including:
EDI 850: A purchase order transaction set used to place a purchase order for goods or services.
EDI 856: Refers to an advance ship notice (ASN) used to describe the contents of each shipment and how items within the shipment were packed.
EDI 940: Used to instruct remote warehouses to ship orders.
EDI 945: Refers to the warehouse shipping advice transaction. It is used by warehouses to notify a trading partner that a shipment was made.
EDI 753: Refers to the Request for routing instructions document. A supplier uses this code to ask a purchaser how they want their products to be shipped. It is generally used for shipments originating from a single location and bound to be delivered to one or many destinations.
EDI 754: Used in retail to manage inbound freight from suppliers. A retailer sends a message to suppliers indicating who the carrier is and when the shipment will be picked up. An EDI 754 is used in response to an EDI 753.
EDI 810: Used to sent and invoice to request payment for products and/or services.
EDI 846: Inventory inquiry or advice is an electronic document that allows suppliers to share inventory information with their trading partners.
EDI 855: Purchase order acknowledgment is an electronic version of a phone call or fax. It tells the buyer (who issued a purchase order) that the supplier will be filling the purchase order as requested.
UCC-128 Shipping Label: The UCC-128, along with an ASN (856), deliver the relevant details of a shipment to the retailer. Each label has information about the origin, destination, and contents of the shipment.
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