Saks Fifth Avenue EDI Compliance
Saks Fifth Avenue was founded in 1898 and has become a well known luxary department store chain. Saks was acquired by Hudson’s Bay Company in 2013. The company’s main competitors are Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Barneys New York and Bloomingdales. There are close to 100 locations throughout the United Sates and headquarters are located in New York City.
Saks offers a high end of products including clothing, shoes, designer handbags, furniture, bedding, jewelry, and more.
EDI documents are transmitted over a VAN (Value Added Network). Below are the EDI document types and labels that are required by Saks and which have been fully verified by CovalentWorks for accurate compliance with Saks EDI specifications.
Saks Fifth Avenue EDI Requirements
Saks’ suppliers use several label types when a purchase order is fulfilled. They include:
- HRDC - used when the ASN has Bill of Lading
- No HRDC - used when the ASN has Tracking Number
- GLTR's label (DC 597) with Bill of Lading
- No GLTR's label (DC 597) with Tracking Number
- TNDC (DC 585), used when the ASN has Bill of Lading
- No TNDC (DC 585), used when the ASN has Tracking Number
- OFDC, used when the ASN has a Bill of Lading
- Tracking No OFDC, used when the ASN has Tracking Number
- WBDC's label (DC 575) with Bill of Lading
- WBDC's label (DC 575) with Tracking Number
Below is sample label: