Jarden Team Sports EDI Compliance
Jarden Team Sports is a fairly new company that established in 2001. Jarden provides consumers with a selection of over 120 brands and in 2015, was ranked 348th in the Fortune 500. The company focuses on three different business segments, including outdoor solutions, branded consumables, and consumer solutions. In 2014, Jarden reached sales of $8.3 billion and total assets of $10.8 billion.
EDI documents are communicated through a transmission method called a VAN (Value Added Network). The following EDI document types and labels are mandatory by Jarden and have been fully tested by CovalentWorks for exact compliance with Jarden’s EDI specifications.
Jarden Team Sports EDI Requirements
The ASN (Advance Shipping Notice) will contain comprehensive information about the packing of the products that are being sent to Jarden and as well as transportation information. For example, the gross weight, SCAC code, carrier name, trailer name, carrier assigned package ID, date, shipment method of payment, location ID, carrier assigned tracking number, and product ID will be included in addition to data that comes from the purchase order.
Jarden uses the SOPI and SOTPI format for ASN’s. SOPI is mainly used for shipments with more than one item type and SOIP is used for shipments that have only one item type.
An SOPI ( Shipment, Order, Pack (carton) and Item) ASN is also known as “Pick and Pack” because more than one type of item can be picked from the supplier’s shelves and packed into the same carton.
The SOTI packing structure is like the SOPI packing structure, except that the carton information is replaced by pallet information.