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D210

Ship

The activities associated with the physical transportation of product between locations. This may include customs clearance and duty processing. The process is typically completed when the shipment arrives at the agreed destination and/or Proof Of Delivery has been established.

The Ship process is typically applied to transportation between locations or facilities. These types of transportation require Bills-Of-Lading and/or other regulatory documentation. Transportation inside locations or facilities is generally described by transfer processes. See transfer processes in Source and Make.

Use Cases

Notes

This is a Make-to-Order process. This process generally applies to shipments to customers. Make-to-Stock generally applies to shipments between company facilities (e.g. factory to warehouse)

Multi-leg or multi-modal transportation may be described differently by the Shipper and the Carrier. The Shipper may describe the total multi-leg transportation as a single process. The Carrier or carriers process the shipment multiple times. Orders Damage Free Ratio Orders On-time Ratio Deliver Cycle Time Fulfillment Cost Order-to-Cash Quote-to-Cash Demurrage And Detention Goods Issue Bill Of Lading Certificate Of Analysis Certificate Of Compliance Certificate Of Origin Pick, Pack & Ship Picked Up In Transit Out For Delivery Delivered

Hierarchy

IDNameLevelx
D2Deliver-to-Order2D2
D210Ship3D210

Metric(s)

IDNameLevelx
DP11Orders Damage Free Ratio2DP11
DP13Orders On-time Ratio2DP13
RS12Deliver Cycle Time2RS12
CO122Fulfillment Cost3CO122

Term(s)

IDNameClearx
BOLBill of LadingBOL
CarrierCarrierCarrier
COACertificate of AnalysisCOA
COCCertificate of ComplianceCOC
COOCertificate of OriginCOO
DLDeliveredDL
D&DDemurrage and DetentionD&D
GIGoods IssueGI
ITIn TransitIT
O2COrder-to-CashO2C
ODOut for DeliveryOD
PP&SPick, Pack & ShipPP&S
PUPicked UpPU
PODProof of DeliveryPOD
Q2CQuote-to-CashQ2C
ShipperShipperShipper
SOSSpecial Order ServiceSOS
Ship Deliver-to-Order 421000 3 Ship, Dispatch, Transport, Logistics, Supply Chain The physical transportation of product between locations. This may include customs clearance and duty processing. The process is typically completed when the shipment arrives at the agreed destination and/or Proof of Delivery has been established