John Deere EDI Compliance
John Deere has been around since 1837 and is still one of the leading manufactures of agricultural, construction, forestry machinery, diesel engines, drivetrains and lawn care equipment. The company was ranked 80th in the Fortune 500 in America back in 2014 and 307th in the Fortune Global 500 in 2013. John Deere’s revenue in 2013 rose to over $37 billion and their net income was around $3.5 billion.
EDI documents are transmitted over a VAN (Value Added Network). Below are the EDI document types and labels that are required by John Deere and which have been fully verified by CovalentWorks for accurate compliance with John Deere’s EDI specifications.
John Deere EDI Requirements
The ASN (Advance Shipping Notice) contains detailed information about the products that are being sent to John Deere and as well as transportation information. Transportation information typically includes the date, time, SCAC code, carrier name, equipment initial, trailer number, tracking number, freight bill, and packing list.
John Deere uses the SI format for ASN’s. SI stands for Shipment and Item. This packing structure will result in an ASN document that has one shipping level, which contains within it one item level for each distinct part number contained within the shipment. The quantities specified for each of the items will be the total quantity of that item in the shipment.