Nissan EDI Compliance
Nissan Motor Company Ltd was established in 1933 and serves customers all over the world. In 2013, Nissan was ranked 6th biggest automaker throughout the world after Toyota, GM, Volkswagen, Hyundai, and Ford. However, Nissan is the #1 leading car brand in China, Russia, and Mexico.
Nissan has several different types of products that they offer including automobiles, luxury and commercial vehicles, external motors and forklift trucks.
EDI documents are communicated using the encrypted protocol VAN (Value Added Network). The following EDI document types and labels are necessary by Nissan and have been completely tested by CovalentWorks for precise compliance with Nissan’s EDI qualifications.
Nissan EDI Requirements
- 142 Product Service Claim
- 810 Invoice
- 820 Remittance Advice
- 830 Planning Schedule with Release Capability
- 850 Purchase Order
- 856 Advance Ship Notice
- 860 Purchase Order Change
- 864 Text Message
- 997 Functional Acknowledgment
Bar code shipping labels
The ASN (Advance Shipping Notice) will contain comprehensive information about the packing of the products that are being sent to Nissan and as well as transportation information. For example, date shipped, numeric gross weight, equipment initial, SCAC code, equipment number, Bill of Lading, packing list number, supplier number, number of units shipped, bar coded serial number and custom order number will be included in addition to data that comes from the purchase order.