What does 'Adjustment/transfer to inventory' mean in our Product Activity Data?

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Hi,

Looking at our Product Activity data, there is a row that has 'Adjustment/transfer to inventory' but when we asked our trading partner on what this figure represent, they had no clue and advised to ask our EDI providers.

Are you able to please explain what this field represents or how you interpret the data that is received from our trading partner thanks.

Jolie =)
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Hi Jolie,

That is a great question!  Looking at Target Australia's specifications provided to us, the description is as follows:

"In transfer merchandise.
Target transfer data reflected in Unit Value."

Does this make sense to you?  My assumption is that it is used to report units that are moving locations, however I could be wrong.

If this does not help clarify, please let me know and I will reach out to Target on your behalf to look for more information.

Thank you for patiently waiting!

Jordan
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Hi Jodan,

Unfortunately, this still does not really mean anything to us as of yet. Are you able to please clarify with Target thanks!

Kind regards,
Jolie
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Jolie,

Most certainly, look for an email from me shortly!

Jordan
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Hi Jolie,

Per Anthony's response from Target Australia, the answer to your question is that this line is the "Stock in Transit from DC to Stores."

Let me know if there is anything else I can help with!

Jordan

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