Use the Purchase Container Handling app to plan receipt of Containers with Lines from multiple Purchase Orders – and manage delays in delivery easily.
A Container is an unit, and can be an Container but also a package or pallet. It is just a term for a collected shipment, making this app very veristile.
- Bundle inbound lines from multiple orders into one unit – and calculate total volume and weight, and value of all lines.
- Save time in planning inbound shipments – and in the warehouse packing.
- Make it transparent for everybody which lines are recieved in which containers.
Select Container ID on Order Lines
On the Purchase Order Lines and Transfer Order Lines, you can assign the inbound container code and see which Container they have been allocated to.
Overview Lines on Containers
On the Container Card you can overview all lines assigned to the Container, both open and posted lines.
Change Shipment Date
If you change the Shipment Date on a Container, it will ask, if you want to change the Shipment Date on all assigned lines – across all Purchase Orders and Transfer Orders.
Calculate totals of a Container
You can trigger a re-calculation of the measurements and totals of the items in the container, including net weight, gross weight, measured weight and value of the container content
Manage Container status
You can control the status of the container. This one is ‘Shipped’, and the container status determines your options.
Receive the Container in one go
When you receive the Container, you can do it as a single receipt, and the solution will receive all included lines across Purchase Orders and Transfer Orders, for locations not setup to require advanced warehouse.
Container id on Warehouse Reciept
You can create a Warehouse Reciept and get purchase and transfer lines based on the Container id. It is also possible to add container id to all lines on the Warehouse Receipt in one go.