Reviewing the container CUM history

  1. Select Shipping > Manage Container CUMs.
  2. To search, specify criteria in one or more of these fields:
    This field contains an arbitrary set of characters that is used to uniquely identify a customer in an accounting entity. The customer is read from the ERP system.
    Ship To
    This field indicates the location code that is used with the Ship To Name to identify where the goods are shipped.
    If goods are delivered to an external service provider (ESP), the field indicates the Ship To location of the ESP.
    Customer Container Type
    The customer container type is transferred from the ERP system. You can change the type, for example, to adapt for label printing.
    Accounting Entity

    For each user, one or more accounting entities can be configured in the security administration. For a specific user, you must set one of these accounting entities as default accounting entity.

    Each transaction belongs to this default accounting entity of the user. The user can alter the default accounting entity using the Accounting Entity combo box.

    The user can view the data of the default and all other assigned accounting entities.

  3. Review this information:
    Container CUM
    This field shows the container's cumulative quantity for the Ship To.
    Review or provide a one-line description, note, or remark.
  4. Click Drill down.
  5. In the Container CUMs section, review or specify this information:
    Ship To/Accounting Entity
    The Ship To specifies the location to which goods are to be delivered. This field shows the accounting entity of the Ship To.
  6. Review the Container CUM History:
    A shipper is a collection of shipments for one customer. This number can be transferred from the ERP system.

    In some ERP systems, the shipper ID corresponds to the shipment ID.

    This number identifies the shipment. A shipment contains several packaged items to be delivered to a customer's Ship To address.
    Shipment Date
    This field shows the date the goods are in transit to their destination.
    This field shows the amount of packages that is used in the corresponding business process.
    Container CUM
    This field shows the container's cumulative quantity for the Ship To.