Labels Only Generated For One Carton Per PO

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I am currently trying to secure routing and generate carton labels for some Amazon orders through making a draft ASN, but when I view the labels once the draft is saved only 1 label is generated for POs which have multiple cartons.  I have tried several different POs with the same result. Any advice? Thanks!
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Nick Nedeau

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Hiya Nick!

I see your connection with Amazon is still actively supported by your dedicated Implementation Analyst as you send and receive your first few documents with Amazon.  I have included his info below my signature for your reference, as well as a particularly useful starting resource with additional links in it on how to pack the ASN's Order tab, depending on how many label(s) you seek.

I myself find it particularly useful to consider the various "levels" (plus signs) of the Order tab as more specific parts of a tree.  For example:

Order plus sign(s) = trunk(s)
Pack plus sign(s) = branch(es) on the trunk(s)
Item(s) = twig(s) on the branch(es) on the trunk(s)

1 Order could have
5 Packs, each specified for the
X Item(s) they each have (e.g. if Pack 1 has 4 Items, Pack 2 has 1 Item, Pack 3 has 3 Items, etc...)

and we would have 1 Order "repetition" and 5 Pack "repetitions", each with their own specific item "repetition(s)" within.  This way, you can think about how many boxes/packs/branches you need and work from there, specifying each unique box/pack/branch's twig(s) - this is particularly important if each box is different.

Hope this helps - please do reach out to Nate, or if urgent and unable to reach him, call 888-739-3232 option 1, 1 and Ongoing Support will do our best to assist!


dedicated Implementation Analyst:
Nathan Anderson
(612) 604-3710

useful starting resource with additional links in it:

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