Your situation may of course vary, but a typical process could work more or less like this:
1. Orders sent from our warehouse are entered in your ERP system. They are sent to 1337's system for picking and packing and onward loading onto the van.
We have agreed on what the order needs to contain. Here are some sample requirements:
- Order number and any agreed markings
- Item number and item description
- Delivery information (recipient's contact details)
- Transport service (postal parcel, home parcel, business parcel, store delivery, etc.)
- Last possible dispatch date and time (in order for the recipient to receive their order on time)
2. Orders are transferred from your system to 1337’s.
3. We plan out the transport and which orders can be sent with which van.
4. The order is picked.
5. The order is packed appropriately. This is something we will have agreed on with you, but the packaging may consist of cardboard boxes, plastic bags, specially-printed packaging or pallets.
6. The order is loaded into the departing van.
Orders that arrive as late as 4:30 p.m. can be packed and shipped the same day.