Processing: delivery note data(normal)
Using this form you can print labels based on delivery note numbers. The necessary informations can be drawn from the delivery note table, from import files or a host system.
If you do not need to change as many settings you can use the fast mode instead.
Delivery Note Number
The delivery note number is the value by which you can identify the shipment in your system. Usually it is being generated by your ordering system.
You can either enter it by hand or use a scanner gun. It will be used to identify the data associated with this delivery.
Number of labels
If the shipment consists of more than one package enter the number here.
Additionally if you have combined packages that require additional labels check below for bundeling
Enclosure delivery notes
If your shipment includes more than one delivery you can add additional delivery note numbers using this option.
First you have to check the box, this will enable the input field where you can enter as many numbers as required, one after the other. These numbers wil appear in the bos at the right side of the form and will be included in the shipping process.
All additionally added delivery notes can also be removed again by selecting the respective number in the list. Then simply press Delete package and the delivery note will be removed.
neutral shipper address
In case you want to process a shipment but want the label to show a different address than yours you can use neutral sender addresses. This can be useful if you are handling the shipments on behalf of another company or if you want to define a specific return address.
Here you can use other sender addresses that do not match the address of the ordering party. You can create these under Neutral sender addresses or directly in the appearing mask.
Now select the address you want to use by simply clicking on it and click on continue. The desired address will then appear in the sender window and will be printed on the label.
Select here which client should be used. This information used consists of the basic client data as well as the data configured at the carrier, such as the customer number.
Select here the carrier and the desired shipping method with which you would like to send.
Here you can see which address was selected as the ordering party or neutral sender address. This address will later be printed on the label and is mainly used for checking purposes.
This is the address of the consignee which is indicated on the delivery note. The address shown here is then printed on the label and is mainly used for checking purposes.
After you have made and verified all the settings, press "Print" to create the label.
Depending on the carrier and your settings there may be further queries afterwards.
This button opens the fast mode dialog which requires less time to print the label by limiting the options that need to be selected.
This button undoes all changes made to the form and resets it to the starting configuration.
This prints a replacement label for the last label printed. The old label must not be used.
If you press this button you close this dialog and cancel the processing.
This option is used to prepare a shipment to be sent at a later date. If the shipment is sent on the same day, no change is necessary.
There are several modes available:
Date of dispatch known
Select the day on which the shipment will be sent. The shipment will not be listed in the day-end closing etc. until that day.
Shipping date unknown
If this type has been selected, the shipment will be listed in Information / Administration as blocked and without a shipping date. the shipment must be manually released on the day it is due to be shipped.
This option is only displayed if you have activated the extension module HVS32 Dangerous Goods Processing.
If this check mark is set, this shipment will be treated as a dangerous goods shipment (provided you supplied informations on the relevant substances.
You also need to use this option to mark a shipment as limited quantity (LQ) or excepted quantity (EQ).
Shipping method options
These options depend on the selected carrier and may also be different for each shipping method. Some options exclude others. The defaults can be set in the configurator of the respective carrier.
Usually available are:
F2) Cash on delivery
With this option, the consignee pays for the goods when the shipment is handed over. The amount is then transferred from the carrier to the client.
F3) Incoterm - Selection
The incoterm determines, among other things, who pays the shipping charges to the carrier and gives details of the delivery.
F4) Special service - selection
During processing, a mask appears asking which special service you want to use.
F5) Packaging type - selection
If you activate this option you are able to select which type of packaging you are using for this shipment, e.g. a cardboard box.
F6) Payment advice input
After activation an input window appears in which you can enter (usually up to two) payment advice notes.
F7) Shipment content - input
Select/write here what is included in the shipment.
F8) Marks numer -Input
This option enables a query for the marks number, another reference number that might get passed to the carrier.
F9) Value of goods - input
With this option you are asked what value the goods of the shipment have. This is usually required for insurance purposes.
F10) Loading equipment - Input
Use this option to specify which loading equipment you have used.
F11) Volume - Input
Specify the volume of the shipment.
F12) Loading meter - Input
For this query you must indicate the loading meters.
Check this box if you have bundled two or more packages into one and need a separate label for each. Using this option prints as many distinct bundeling labels as entered in the corresponding input field.