UNIS offers a variety of EDI documents that allow smooth data transfer from the beginning of creating tender and status updates to final invoicing.
Also known as Motor Carrier Load Tender, EDI 204 is an EDI document used by shippers to offer or tender a FTL/LTL shipment to a carrier. A shipper can be a manufacturer, a distribution center, a retailer, or anyone else wishing to ship goods.
EDI 214 is often issued by a transport or logistics company in response to requests for information from recipients of freight. It is equivalent to a fax transmission informing the recipient of a delivery of the status of the shipment.
EDI 210 (Motor Carrier Freight Details) simplifies carrier invoicing by replacing paper invoices. Carriers use this transaction to request payment from shippers for freight charges, typically sending one document per shipment.
WMS EDI empowers businesses to optimize their warehouse operations, reduce costs, improve accuracy, and deliver a higher level of customer satisfaction. It's an essential tool for modern supply chain management.
The EDI 940 Warehouse Shipping Order is a critical document in supply chain management. Typically initiated by sellers or suppliers, it's sent to third-party logistics providers and serves as a comprehensive set of instructions for shipping goods to a buyer's location. This EDI transaction expedites the order fulfillment process, reduces errors, and promotes an efficient and cost-effective supply chain operation.
EDI 945 Warehouse shipping advice, is an EDI transaction set used to confirm the completion of a shipment. This document is usually sent from a third-party logistics provider (3PL) or remote warehouse, to their client, letting them know that a shipment has taken place.
EDI 850 is a type of electronic data interchange transaction set that containes details about an order. Also known as an electronic purchase order, and EDI 850 is usually sent to a vendor as the first step in the ordering process.
EDI 856 Advanced Shipping Notice or ASN, is used to advise the receiving party of a shipment and is required by many major retailers to be sent in a specific timeframe before the product arrives at the retailer’s distribution center or store.
EDI 997 transaction set, known as the Functional Acknowledgment or FA, is sent as a response to other EDI transactions received. An EDI 997 serves as a receipt to acknowledge that an EDI transaction, or a group of transactions, was received by the remote party.
EDI 210 transaction set is called the Motor Carrier Freight Details and Invoice. It replaces a paper invoice, used by commercial truckers and other freight carriers. The 210 transaction is typically sent from the carrier to the shipper, consignee or third-party payment center for payment of freight charges.