Transfer Orders (Stitch X)

Transfer Orders Overview
To provide better visibility into inventory in transit and faster allocation across locations, we’ve rebuilt transfer orders from the ground up. Note: This article appli...
Create Transfer Orders
Create transfer orders in Stitch to plan, request, and track inventory transfers between warehouses. Create transfer order Choose warehouses Add details Add line...
Edit Transfer Orders
Edit open transfer orders to adjust details and line items. To ensure stock accuracy, certain edits are restricted/prohibited. Note: This article applies only to our lat...
Ship Transfer Orders
Shipping a transfer order moves units from your sending warehouse into the Transfer quantity. A transfer order can have multiple shipments. Note: This article applies on...
Receive Transfer Orders
Receiving against a transfer order shipment moves units into the receiving warehouse. Receive shipment Confirm receipt View receipt Next steps Note: This ar...
Close Transfer Orders
Close transfer orders to prevent additional edits and account for unreceived inventory. Closing a transfer that isn’t fully received will make the following stock changes...
Ship Transfer Orders via 3PL (Beta)
You can ship and receive against transfer orders via an integrated 3PL. This reduces manual data entry and offers better visibility into inventory in transit. Note: This...
Receive Transfer Orders via 3PL (Beta)
You can receive against a transfer order ship notice via an integrated 3PL. Set the receiving location on the transfer order to an integrated 3PL. Note: This article app...
Release Transfer to 3PL
To reduce accidental shipments, transfer orders won't be released to a 3PL without manual action. Releasing a transfer order makes it available over the Stitch API. When...
Unlock an Acknowledged Transfer
To edit an already-acknowledged transfer order, click Force Unlock. Note that any edits you make must be separately communicated to your 3PL. Note: This article applies...