If your warehouse has more than one location, you can transfer items between locations.
To transfer items from one location to another, you must create a transfer order.
Before you can create an order you must set up an in-transit location and a transfer route.
The transfer order is an order very similar to a sales order or a purchase order. The transfer order can be created from the transfer-from or the transfer-to location. The transfer order contains information about the transfer-from and the transfer-to location, and the dates connected to the shipping and receiving of the order. On the transfer order, you must also assign the in-transit code that applies while the items are in transit.
An in-transit code is a temporary location created for transferring items only. When the order is shipped from the transfer-from location, the program assigns the items an in-transit code. When the order is received at the transfer-to location, the program moves the items from the in-transit code to the transfer-to location.
You can set up transfer routes between locations. This enables you to assign a default in-transit code, shipping agent and shipping agent service code. When you have done this, the program can use the information to calculate the receipt date.
Setting Up Locations
Setting Up In-Transit Codes
Setting Up Transfer Routes
Creating Transfer Orders Directly
Shipping Transfer Orders
Receiving Transfer Orders
Viewing Items in Transit
Viewing Items in Transit per In-Transit Code