Covers   all   aspects   of:   Transport   Planning,   Load   Planning,   Weighbridge   Integration,   Despatch,   Remote Warehouses, Third Party Warehouses, and Documentation. Transport   Planning   uses   live   information   from   your   Sales   and   Production   Systems   to   determine   orders   to be   despatched,   and   in   what   sequence.   The   system   identifies   orders   that   are   ready,   and   those   planned   to be   ready   by   any   specified   date.   This   is   used   for   both   the   ordering   of   vehicles   and   the   planning   of despatches.   The   Transport   Plan   details   the   specific   requirements   of   each   load.   It   can   specify   exactly which   Rolls   or   Pallets   are   to   be   loaded,   by   unique   identity   and   location. Alternatively,   the   number   of   items (or tonnage) of a product can be specified, rather than individual items. Upon   arrival   at   site,   vehicles   are   issued   with   a   Transport   Reference,   which   summarises   here   to   collect   the load   and   what   is   to   be   loaded.   The   tare   weight   of   the   vehicle   can   also   be   recorded.   The   Transport Reference   will   subsequently   be   handed   to   the   Despatch   operator   for   cross-checking   at   the   point   of Despatch.   The   details   of   the   required   load   are   displayed   by   entering   the   unique   TRN   into   the   system.   The system generates predefined picking lists (either paper or electronic) and carries out on-line verification. As    verified    items    are    loaded    onto    the    vehicle,    the    system    monitors    the    increasing    weight    to    avoid overloading.   Once   completed,   the   Despatch   Note   is   printed   and   a   copy   passed   to   the   driver.   Despatch Note   stationery   can   be   configured   to   your   own   specification,   or   can   be   a   standard   design.   Once   the vehicle   has   successfully   crossed   the   Weighbridge,   the   Despatch   Note   will   be   fixed   and   the   items   on   the Despatch Note identified as ready for invoicing. For   UK   operators,   HMRC   reporting   can   be   generated   in   terms   of   Intrastat   and   EU   Sales   analysis   and   the system    generates    fully    compliant    datasets    according    to    HMRC    submission    requirements.    Handles shipping by road, rail or sea. Container details, Bills of Lading, etc. can all be accommodated. The   system   also   includes   a Transport   Self   Billing   module,   which   can   be   used   to   calculate   costs   associated with   the   shipping   of   goods   from   one   location   to   another.   Rates   are   determined   by   geographical   location using   a   rate   matrix   and   haulier   invoices   are   generated   to   either   validate   transport   company   invoices   or   to generate the purchase accruals to manage haulier costs more effectively.

ascman : logistics

© ascman ltd 2017
“Specialist IT solutions for roll-based, cores and flat sheet industries”
Transport Planning Load Planning Marshalling / Picking Load Verification Weighbridge Integration Documentation
Covers     all     aspects     of:     Transport     Planning,     Load Planning,   Weighbridge   Integration,   Despatch,   Remote Warehouses,        Third        Party        Warehouses,        and Documentation. Transport    Planning    uses    live    information    from    your Sales   and   Production   Systems   to   determine   orders   to be    despatched,    and    in    what    sequence.    The    system identifies   orders   that   are   ready,   and   those   planned   to   be ready   by   any   specified   date.   This   is   used   for   both   the ordering   of   vehicles   and   the   planning   of   despatches. The   Transport   Plan   details   the   specific   requirements   of each   load.   It   can   specify   exactly   which   Rolls   or   Pallets are    to    be    loaded,    by    unique    identity    and    location. Alternatively,    the    number    of    items    (or    tonnage)    of    a product can be specified, rather than individual items. Upon   arrival   at   site,   vehicles   are   issued   with   a Transport Reference,   which   summarises   here   to   collect   the   load and   what   is   to   be   loaded.   The   tare   weight   of   the   vehicle can    also    be    recorded.    The    Transport    Reference    will subsequently   be   handed   to   the   Despatch   operator   for cross-checking   at   the   point   of   Despatch.   The   details   of the   required   load   are   displayed   by   entering   the   unique TRN   into   the   system.   The   system   generates   predefined picking   lists   (either   paper   or   electronic)   and   carries   out on-line verification. As    verified    items    are    loaded    onto    the    vehicle,    the system     monitors     the     increasing     weight     to     avoid overloading.    Once    completed,    the    Despatch    Note    is printed   and   a   copy   passed   to   the   driver.   Despatch   Note stationery   can   be   configured   to   your   own   specification, or    can    be    a    standard    design.    Once    the    vehicle    has successfully    crossed    the    Weighbridge,    the    Despatch Note   will   be   fixed   and   the   items   on   the   Despatch   Note identified as ready for invoicing. For   UK   operators,   HMRC   reporting   can   be   generated   in terms    of    Intrastat    and    EU    Sales    analysis    and    the system   generates   fully   compliant   datasets   according   to HMRC   submission   requirements.   Handles   shipping   by road,   rail   or   sea.   Container   details,   Bills   of   Lading,   etc. can all be accommodated. The    system    also    includes    a    Transport    Self    Billing module,     which     can     be     used     to     calculate     costs associated   with   the   shipping   of   goods   from   one   location to    another.    Rates    are    determined    by    geographical location   using   a   rate   matrix   and   haulier   invoices   are generated   to   either   validate   transport   company   invoices or   to   generate   the   purchase   accruals   to   manage   haulier costs more effectively.

ascman : logistics

© ascman ltd 2017
“Specialist IT solutions for roll-based, cores and flat sheet industries”
Transport Planning Load Planning Marshalling / Picking Load Verification Weighbridge Integration Documentation