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Pallet shipment process pdf:2


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Pallet shipment process pdf:2

  1. 1. Pallet Shipment Process At Blue Trading we work hard to make sure we have an easy and convenient cartridge purchase process for our suppliers. Our shipping representative will work with you to find the best suitable shipping method available. Please refer to our Packaging Guidelines to ensure that the cartridges you’re sending don’t get damaged during transportation and avoid cartridges getting rejected during inspection. Please provide us with your list of available cartridges. You can contact a representative either by email, phone or fax. She/he will provide a quote for your inventory. Once the purchase quote has been accepted, your Representative will send you a Purchase Order by email, which you could sign or you can send us an email back that it is approved by you. You should securely package and prepare your cartridges for shipping. Please remember, if it shakes it brakes. Usually you can stack pallets up to 7 feet high and shrink wrap the pallet [otherwise the carriers will not take your load]. Please make a label with your company name and PO Number on each pallet. Once you have the pallets ready send us the pallet counts, weights and dimensions; we will schedule a pick-up with the freight carrier and send you a copy of the Bill of Lading [BOL], on an agreed-upon date and time if necessary. Please remember we don’t pay for damaged cartridges during shipment. Once the order is received in our warehouse, you will receive an email notification letting you know that order was received and it’s ready to be inspected in the order it was received. Once the order is processed you will receive an Order Receipt [Inspection Report] by email with all the details and findings of the inspection. The order then will get to the Finance Department to get scheduled to be paid. We use trusted common nationwide carriers for our pick-ups to ensure we receive the freight in a fair timeframe. Transit times typically range between 2-7 days on your location.
  2. 2. Pallet Shipping Process 1 •List of available cartridges 2 •Blue Trading issues a Purchasing Quote 3 •Negotiation and acceptance of the Purchase Quote 4 •Blue Trading issues a Purchase Order 5 •Preparing the pallets •Labeling Pallets with PO # •Email from Supplier with Pallet Count, dimensions and weights 6 •Blue Trading sends Bill of Lading [BOL] •Carrier pick-up the load 7 •Supplier receives Warehouse Receipt that load has arrived in our facility •Preparing the load for inspection in the order it was received 8 •Inspection of the goods and data entry into Blue Trading’s system •Email to Supplier with the Inspection Report 9 •Payment of the Purchase Order
  3. 3. Good Methods  Don’t mix Ink and Toner  Keep things separate  Place cartridges, don’t throw them in  Keep broken cartridges out to avoid spills  Use available packaging materials  You can fit 2-3 cartridges in OEM boxes to maximize space  You can stack up to 7 feet  Use stretch wrap when finished  Label the pallet with your name and PO # Different examples of good shipping methods GOOD SHIPPING METHODS
  4. 4. Toner Dust Contamination Bags with Toners Broken Pallets Comingled and mixed items BAD SHIPPING METHODS