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Landed Cost Module - Receiving goods when not using Advanced Warehousing

  • 1.  Landed Cost Module - Receiving goods when not using Advanced Warehousing

    Posted Aug 15, 2022 05:51 PM
    We are evaluating the use of the Landed Cost Module in F&O for our imported container shipments.  Can someone confirm that we are not required to have Advanced Warehousing enabled in order to leverage this feature?

    Lyle Henderson
    IT Manager
    Beltservice Corp.
    Earth City MO

  • 2.  RE: Landed Cost Module - Receiving goods when not using Advanced Warehousing

    Posted Aug 16, 2022 06:29 PM
    Hi Lyle,

    Landed cost module can be utilized in non advanced warehouse management environments.  I am wondering if the term containers is what is causing you to think it is needed?  See Microsoft's documentation below on how containers are handled when using Landed cost module.  The use of the container ID allows receiving through item arrival journals (non advanced warehouse) or through the mobile app (advanced warehouse).  Below is the Microsoft doc and also the snippet of text from the doc which explains how containers are received. 


    Landed cost receiving by container features

    To support receiving by container, Landed cost creates shipping container records and associates purchase orders with a specific shipping container by using its container ID. Overhead costs can then be applied to that shipping container and broken down so that they are associated with the relevant purchase orders.

    Containers in Landed cost can be received through a new type of receipt that is known as a goods in transit receipt, through arrival journals, or through mobile device receiving. When arrival journals are used, the quantities can be initialized from the goods in transit order or the original purchase order lines in the container. Landed cost provides two work types for receiving through the Warehouse Management mobile app.

    Landed cost doesn't provide an ASN for the electronic receipt of goods. Additionally, it doesn't support Warehouse Management mobile app flows that process load receiving, license plate receiving, or mixed license plate receiving.

    Hope this information helps.

    Lynn Litzau
    Business Systems Analyst, Direct to Consumer
    5.11 Tactical
    Irvine CA

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