Product: Transaction Manager

Article Link: http://help.truecommerce.com/en/articles/4172170-transaction-manager-manually-pack-your-asn

Are you shipping multiple cartons where one or more of the cartons contains a mixture of items? Are you shipping multiple pallets that contain a mixture of items? Do you create your ASNs by Turnaround? Because you're not sending strictly pure cartons, you'll need to manually pack your ASNs. This can be done by using the Copy & Paste Special feature.

Want to see Copy & Paste Special in action? Check out Lesson 6 of the ASN Training Series in TrueCommerce University.

Creating multiple cartons (i.e. container, pack):

1. Set the Pick & Pack Auto-Packing setting to Mixed Carton. This is found under Labels > UCC-128 in the partner record. This setting will ensure that all items are automatically packed into the same container.

2. Do a Turnaround to create the ASN. When you open the ASN, you should only see one carton under the Shipment Detail tab.

3. Edit the shipment and item information as needed for the one carton level.

4. Next, you'll create the additional amount of of packs you need that mirror that one you've created. Staying on the pack (or container) level, click Copy in the Action Bar, and choose Copy Selected Pack.

5. Click on the Order Level. Click Copy from the Action Bar and choose Paste Special. Enter the number of copies, check the Generate UCC 128 box, and click OK. The additional pack levels will be added to the ASN.

Creating multiple pallets (tares):

1. Do a Turnaround to create the ASN. When you open the ASN, you should only see one pallet under the Shipment Details tab.

2. Edit the the shipment information as needed for the one pallet level.

3. Next, you'll create the additional amount of of pallets you need that mirror that one you've created. Staying on the tare level, click Copy in the Action Bar, and choose Copy Selected Tare.

4. Click on the Order Level. Click Copy from the Action Bar and choose Paste Special. Enter the number of copies, check the Generate UCC 128 box, and click OK. The additional pallet levels will be added to the ASN.

Note: You also have the option manually add extra cartons or pallets by clicking Add in the Action Bar, and then editing the information from there.

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