If there are backorders for products that were just inbound, these can be sent directly to the outbound E-check.
If there are backorders for products that were just inbound, these can be sent directly to the outbound (E-check). After scanning a product and entering the quantity, the number of items that can be cross-docked is shown. A cart or crate for the products has to be scanned. Alternatively, you can print out a paper cross-dock sheet.
This is only possible for suitable orders. An order is suitable for cross-docking when it consists of a single product (with one or more items). E-check added products are not eligible.
Number of items to be cross-docked
It is possible that only some of the total number of items to be inbound can be cross-docked. This is due to the fact that only S and HM orders can be cross-docked. If there are other (M, L) backorders that must be sent out first, stock to fill those orders must first be put in the warehouse.
You can do this via our WMS. The orders will be set to backorder and the products have to be inbound once more.
Cross-docking B2B orders
It is possible to collect large backorders at a location directly from the cross-dock. To do this, you must assign a warehouse location to the order in GoMonta.
Activating or deactivating cross-dock
The option for cross-docking is activated by default. If you prefer, you can deactivate cross-docking per warehouse by changing the corresponding setting in GoMonta under Warehouse Inbound Settings.