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Ship Transfer Orders
Note: This article applies only to our latest version, Stitch X.
- Create shipment
- Add shipping details
- Adjust ship quantities
- Mark as received (optional)
- Save shipment
- Download/email packing slip
- Cancel shipment (when necessary)
- Next steps
Ship orderTo ship the entire transfer order, click Ship Order:
Ship selectedTo partially ship a transfer order, select line items and click Ship Selected:
Tip: To quickly select multiple files, use filters and/or keyboard shortcuts (Shift + Click, Command + Click).
Ship remainingTo ship against a transfer order that's already partially shipped, click Ship Remaining:
Note: No matter which method you use to create a shipment in Stitch, you can always adjust shipment quantities on the next page.
|Ship Date||This date displays on the shipment but has no effect on stock|
|Expected By||This inherits the Expected By date set on the transfer order, but can be updated. This displays|
|Tracking/Carrier Info||Stitch automatically detects tracking numbers from DHL Express, FedEx, UPS, or and USPS, formatting the appropriate tracking link. If you enter a number from another carrier, you can enter a customer URL to be formatted as a hyperlink.|
|Notes||These appear on the TO Shipment Detail page as well as the packing slip PDF.|
|Overcommitted||The committed quantity exceeds the quantity on hand at the sending warehouse. More units are allocated to sales order fulfillments and transfer orders than you can currently fulfill.||Review overcommitted units/variants to ensure you don't ship units that have been promised elsewhere.|
|Insufficient Stock||Based on warehouse stock levels in Stitch, you don't have enough stock to ship the expected ship quantity.||Reduce the ship quantity to no more than the number of units on hand or cancel the shipment, adjust stock upwards, and resume shipping the transfer.|
|Overshipment||The ship quantity entered exceeds the unshipped/expected quantity.||Reduce the ship quantity to no more than the number of unshipped units or cancel the shipment, adjust the order quantity upwards, and resume shipping the transfer.|
Note: Once you receive against a shipment, you can’t cancel a shipment. If you need to adjust shipped quantities, do so via a separate reconcile.Receive Transfer Orders.
To see how stock flows through the transfer process, click through the slides below: