Bass Pro Shops EDI Compliance
Bass Pro Shops was founded in 1971 and has since grown into a leading outdoor retailer in the United States. The stores offer everything from fishing and boating equipment to hunting and camping supplies that are the top of the line. Bass Pro is also known for selling outdoor cooking and footwear.
Bass Pro Shops emphasizes being environmentally friendly and does their part in trying to reduce the impact on the world’s wildlife. The company supports numerous organizations that help with improving fish and wildlife habitat, protecting water quality, and assisting the on-going conservation of lakes and springs.
Bass Pro Shops acquired Cabelas in September of 2017. The two companies will continue to operate with their existing names. However, all Cabelas suppliers must change to Bass Pro Shops EDI requirements. Suppliers do NOT have to use SPS Commerce for their EDI needs.
EDI documents are transmitted by a VAN (Value Added Network). The following EDI document types and labels have been completely tested by CovalentWorks for precise compliance with Bass Pro Shops EDI qualifications.
Bass Pro Shop EDI Requirements
Bass Pro Shops requires different label types depending on how the supplier is filling an order. There is a label type for single SKU shipments and another type for mixed SKU deliveries.
The ASN (Advance Shipping Notice) will contain comprehensive information about the packing of the products that are being sent to Bass Pro Shop and as well as shipping information. For example, the SCAC code and the Date will be included in addition to other data that comes from the purchase order.
Bass Pro Shops uses the SOPI format for ASN’s. SOPI stands for Shipment, Order, Pack (carton) and Item. SOPI is also known as “Pick and Pack” because more than one type of item can be packed into the same carton.
Here is a label sample: