ComplyLink Scan and Pack Processes

Scan and Pack Processes

ComplyLink’s various scan and pack processes support any supply chain initiative to streamline manual data entry and improve the overall efficiency of the business.

Scan to Create

Requires scanning the container's master and mixed labels printed from ComplyLink creates an accurate 856 advanced shipping notice.

Scan to Pack

This is a barcode driven process used to confirm items and quantity as containers and pallets are packed for shipping. This is used when a supplier is scanning UPCs as they are loaded into a container for shipping. This is a primary scanning routine.

Ford Scan App

Ford has a requirement called ``Scan to verify or create 856.`` It is part of their Q1 efforts. The ComplyLink Scan scanning routine will scan labels generated by ComplyLink to verify the shipment and resulting 856.

Scan to Verify

Ford, MACI, Honda and other automakers require advanced shipping notices are created or verified via a scan to verify routine. ComplyLink supports B-10 or PDF417 symbology on containers, bin, or mixed or master pallets. We combine with JIT scheduled information to create an 856 or DESADV advanced shipping notice.

Scan to Print

Scan the SCC-14 label to print the logistics of the GS1-128 label, which is used to ensure visibility within the supply chain.

Standard Pack

Regulates a fixed quantity of the same item to streamline the tedious task of scanning each individual item into the container.

Pick and Pack Process

Our pick and pack process allows for items to be picked out of master containers and packed into a specialized container with several different items.

Pack to Order

This is used for smaller items, such as jewelry, to fulfill multiple orders with a few simple clicks, which creates every GS1-128 label for each order going to different locations.

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