W06 Warehouse Shipment Identification
To provide identifying numbers and date
Code specifying the basis used when reporting shipment information.
Identifying number for warehouse shipping order assigned by the depositor.
Actual date on which shipment was made.
Identification number assigned to the shipment by the shipper that uniquely identifies the shipment from origin to ultimate destination and is not subject to modification. (Does not contain blanks or special characters.)
Identification number assigned to the shipment by the agent. (Number does not contain blank or punctuation characters.)
Identifying number for Purchase Order assigned by the orderer/purchaser.
Reference number assigned by the sender to relate a transaction set to a master transaction. (When associating a group of purchase orders, invoices or other transaction sets, use the master reference (link) number to identify the group and the link sequence number to identify individual transaction sets within the group.)
P0708: If either W06-07 or W06-08 is present, then the other is required
A two-part number in the form `SSSTTT' where `SSS' is a sequentially assigned number and `TTT' equals the highest sequential number being used within the associated (linked) group. (Leading zeros are required for both `SSS' and `TTT'.)
Code specifying special transportation handling instructions.
Code informing a depositor why shipment of an order was delayed.