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Distribution of an incoming delivery between two transports

Hello everyone
Excuse me for the inconvenience, but I have a problem that I have been looking for solution for a long time

We created an inbound delivery (example of 100 Ea); we have wrapped a part (Example 70 Ea) in a transport; we want to pack the other part (ie 30 Ea) of the delivery of the same order in another transport. How to do without wanting to create another delivery for this last quantity.

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  • Posted on Oct 30, 2018 at 08:19 AM

    Hello Loua,

    How system will determine in a single line item that you wanted to pack 70 pcs with one Transporter and rest of the item with another transporter!

    So if you wanted to distribute the freight among multiple vendors you should maintained separate line items!

    Thanks,

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  • Posted on Feb 19, 2019 at 03:29 PM

    Hello Ankur

    Generally, the 100 ea can no longer contain all of them in the boat, there is only one place left for the 70 ea. And each boat corresponds to a transport: example 1450.
    the remaining 30 ea must be sent in another boat, therefore another transport using the same PO.
    Currently in our system it is impossible to do this because the order concerned is already in the first transport.
    my question was whether I can use the same PO, the same inbound delivery that now has a quantity of 30 in another shipment; 1460 for example.

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