Could you help me check the draft asn to make sure the quantities are accurate with Kmarts requirements ?

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check the draft asn
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Hi Kris,

Thank you for posting!  I can certainly take a look - do you mind providing me with the PO number as well as the ASN number?

Thank you!

Jordan
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PO:08287815979 THX
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Thank you for the response.  How are you packing the items?  On the header tab, you have a Lading Quantity of 1560.  This indicates that there will be 1560 cartons (boxes), and in this case, it looks like that would mean each item is going in its own box.  Is this how you are packing your items?

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Actually, its 1560 items, and 12 items for a pieces, it should be 130 pieces
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Got it, thank you.  In that case, you will want to make the below adjustments:

Header Tab:
Lading Qty = 130

Order Tab:
Pack Type = Pack (for each "Pack Info" repetition)
Pack 1 of 3: Qty Per Carton = 12 (assuming you are packing UPC 021357129480 together, with 12 units per carton)
Pack 2 of 3: Qty Per Carton = 12 (same assumption, UPC 021357129480)
Pack 3 of 3: Qty Per Carton = 12 (same assumption, UPC 021357129480)

The Order Tab can certainly be difficult and/or confusing.  The thing to note is that the Shipped Qty will always need to be divisible by that Qty Per Carton.  In the above example, with Pack 1, the Shipped Qty is 648 while the Qty Per Carton is 12.  What this indicates is that you are shipping 648 individual items, with 12 going in each carton.  The system will then do the math (648/12) and indicate there are 54 cartons for this item.

Does that help?  Feel free to let me know if you have any other questions, I am happy to help!

Jordan
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That helps a lot . thx

   How about I want labels by pallet?

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Great question, Kris.  Below is straight from your Trading Partner's specifications:

For JIT and Store shipments, the GS1-128 label must be placed on each carton.
Do your shipments fall in this category?  If not, I can walk you through tare (pallet) labels as well.

Best,

Jordan
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They are not follow carton labels anymore. We are doing pallets labels this year. Thx
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Can you help me go through the pallet labels?

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Certainly.  How many pallets will there be on this shipment?
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This one just 3. and I think that I already finish it. there are other one. 08275873973. Can you help me with that?  And I don't know why that I cant open shipping labels?

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Kris,

I believe the loading issue of the shipping labels is due to the ASN being packed incorrectly.  We can confirm once we correct the packing.  Please see the below adjustments for ASN 1360, keeping in mind I am assuming you are shipping on 7 pallets:

Header Tab:
Packaging Type = Wood Pallet
Lading Qty = 7 (Total number of pallets in this case, because we chose wood pallet above)

Order Tab:
Packaging Type = Wood Pallet
Pack Type = Shipping Tare (for each "Pack Info" repetition)

Your Shipped Qty and Qty Per Carton are currently correct, assuming each pack repetition is a pallet.

Please confirm once you have corrected and we will look at the labels.

Jordan
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I changed it. and it still doesn't work. the shipping pallets are 10


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Kris,

I just pulled up the ASN and noticed a few things. Please note the following:
  1. Shipped Qty must always be divisible by the Qty Per Carton.  I noticed a few pack repetitions where this was not the case.
  2. Once you have correct the above, it appears you will still only be indicating 8 pallets in the pack repetitions.  If you have a repetition with the Shipped Qty of 864 and the Qty Per Carton of 864, that will indicates 1 pallet.  If the next repetition has a Shipped Qty of 1296 with a Qty Per Carton of 648, you are indicating 2 pallets, bringing your total to 3 pallets.
Hope this helps.

Jordan
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That helps a lot. I fixed it.  Thx

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Glad to hear that, it looks good!

Happy Friday,

Jordan
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Hi, Jordan

     Can you help me check a mixed order, it combine 3 ASN # with one PO. The PO# is 08287815977. The ASN# would be 1363, 1365 and 1366.

    And there is another one PO:08292838884. ASN:1367 and 1368.

    Thank you a lot and have a good weekend.

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Hi Kris,

Looks like you have got the hang of it, looks good!  The only ASN I noticed a discrepancy on was 1368.  The Lading quantity shows 53, but I count 56 pallets.  Other than that, everything looked good from a packing perspective!

Jordan
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It's 53 in the shipping labels. Thx
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Sounds like you are all set, have a great day!
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Hi, Jordan

   I have some problem to  open some orders in inbox for Target. I can't move to Advance ship notice for most od orders. Can you help me with that ?


Best

   Kris


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Hi Kris,

Is the option crossed off in your Next Steps menu?  If so, do you mind providing me with an example PO number?

Thanks!

Jordan
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Great, thank you.  This PO has not been opened or marked as read - you will need to do so prior to creating a document from it.  Below are two ways you can view or mark the PO as read:

Option 1: Click on the line of the PO you are looking to view.  This will open up the visual PO in a separate tab.  Once you have done this, you will be able to create a document from the PO.

Option 2: Place a check-mark in the Status column next to each PO you would like to mark as read.  Next, go to the bottom of the page and you will see the Select an Action menu.  From here, select Mark Read.  This will also allow you to then create a document from the PO(s).

Let me know if you run into any troubles doing so.

Jordan
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For the Option 1, it still crossed off  after I opened the PO

Option 2:  I can't find Mark Read option.

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