Audience: Suppliers

For retail partners who use packing slips, the Rithum platform automatically generates packing slips for each order that comes in to your account. These slips can be easily exported as PDF documents for you to print and use when packing your orders. All packing slips generated by the platform have been pre-approved by your retail partners.

There are two ways you can export packing slips: via an automated job, or through the web application.

Exporting packing slips via an automated job

Any Orders - Export job that you create has an option to generate a packing slip PDF. To enable that option, select the Generate Packing Slip Pdf checkbox in Step 2 of the job creation wizard. This will ensure that any Order Export includes both the actual order files and a PDF that contains the packing slips for the exported orders.

For more information on creating automated jobs, see Creating an Automated Job.

Note: In Step 2 of the job creation wizard, selecting either SFTP or AS2 for the Destination Type will ensure the PDF is saved to that destination. If you select Download for the Destination Type, you will be able to download a ZIP file containing both the order file and the packing slip PDF.

Exporting packing slips through the web application

Want to see a walkthrough of this feature? Click through the steps directly in the web application using the Guide Me tool: Downloading Packing Slips

Step 1: Click the navigation menu and select Workflows > Orders > All Orders

Step 2: From the All Orders page, you can:

  • Generate packing slips for all orders on the page by clicking View/Print Packing Slips.
  • Generate packing slips for specific orders by using the filters on the left side of the page and clicking View/Print Packing Slips.
  • Adjust line item quantities for partial shipments before generating packing slips. For more information, see Adjusting Quantities on Packing Slips.

Adjusting Quantities on Packing Slips

Step 1: Click the navigation menu and select Workflows > Orders > All Orders.

Step 2: Open the order by clicking the order's PO Number.

Step 3: Click Edit Packing Slips Qty.

Step 4: Modify the packing slip quantity and click View/Print Packing Slips.

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