This document will take you through the steps on how to receive inventory and shelve it. If you would rather watch a vide on this topic, click here.
Shipments can be received at any time. The expected date does not determine when a shipment can be received.
Total SKUs: If there are new SKUs that have not been received in the warehouse before, it will say “# new” which tells the person receiving the shipment that space needs to be made in the warehouse for each of these new SKUs.
To receive a shipment, click the “General Warehouse” dropdown on the left side of the page. Then, click on “Receive Shipment”.
In this example, you can see under “Total SKUs” below the 1, it says “1 new”. This would indicate a new SKU the warehouse has not received before. This will let the warehouse know that they will need to make space for these items.
To receive a shipment, click the green “Receive Shipment” button for the ASN that has arrived.
You will now see the Receive Shipment screen:
Enter the number of cartons and pallets that arrived in the “Counts” section, in their respective rows.
After entering the cartons and pallets received, click the blue “Add Count” button.
After clicking the “Add Count” button, the “Count” row will display “Full” or “Partial”.
Photos: Where Photos can be attached of damaged shipments for documentation purposes.
Click “Ready to Receive” when you are ready to start shelving.
After clicking the green “Ready to Receive” button you will be taken to the “Shelve Shipment” page.
Start by scanning or entering a UPC in the UPC row at the top of the page. After entering the UPC, hit enter.
After the UPC is scanner or enter a pop-up window will appear as shown below:
You will enter the number of items you will shelve here.
The green button to the right of the red “Cancel” button is the expected total qty button. Click this button if you would like to shelve every item if there aren’t any variances from the expected total quantity. If you would like to shelve another amount, click the quantity that you have physically and click the “OK” button to submit.
You will see the number you entered shown in green under the “Quantity” row. If you need to change the quantity, you can click on that number. You will then choose what bin the UPC will go into, then hit “Shelve”.
In the case that there are no compatible bins go to the “Available Bin Location” tab.
The row will be red if there is not a matching lot number.
You can remove this by deselecting “Filter out incompatible bins”.
The “Shelving History” tab: Shows edits made. Here you can select “Undo Shelve” if an error was made.
Click the “Shelve” button to update, and you will see the following screen:
A blue button with a printer and the bin number will show up in case you want to print a barcode for the selected bin.
Green rows have been shelved; yellow rows are the most recently edited row.
When done, click the blue “Complete ASN” button.
The next page will display the “Review Discrepancies” tab.
If there are any overages or incomplete quantities, you must select the button at the bottom of the page saying you acknowledge overages and/or incomplete quantities.
Next click the “Complete ASN” button.
After the ASN is completed, orders will show up in “Manage Virtual Warehouse”.
Changes will show up in “View Inventory”.