|Customer||Yes||Which Customer the product should be loaded against. As CartonCloud is designed for 3PL purposes, all Products must have a "Customer" who is supplying and storing the items. A single product cannot be used by multiple customers, however you can create multiple products (one for each customer), with the same name and code.||Yatala Pie Shop|
|Name||Yes||The name of the product.||Beef Pie 1 x 110gm|
|Customer Code||Yes||The code / SKU for the product that your customer refers to it as. This is used for matching against when importing orders via Parsers or through our Legacy API.||BEEF110|
|Product Description||Additional information about the product, this can be used to display on documents such as picking slips, consignment notes, and other exports.||Made from 100% premium quality grass-fed Angus beef|
The product type of this product. Most often this is used to restrict where in the warehouse the product can be stored (ie: Temperature Zones, or Dangerous / Non-Dangerous goods). However it is also used to control Storage Charges.
See: Product Types for more information
|Storage Charge Method||Yes||The way in which Storage Charges are applied to this product. See: Storage Charges for specific details on how each Storage Charge Method works||Per Location|
|Product Volume||The volume of the product in cubic meters (L x W x H). This can be used to control Storage Charges, and can also be used to automatically populate the cubic of a Consignment (see: Mapping Volume and Weight to Consignment Fields)||0.0034|
|Product Weight||The weight of the product in kilograms. This can be used to control Storage Charges, and can also be used to automatically populate the weight of a Consignment (see: Mapping Volume and Weight to Consignment Fields)||0.110|
The smallest pickable unit of measure for this product (or, can be the measurement the client wants to see the product measured in).
For example, with our Beef Pie example we may sell them individually as units, so the Base Measurement is "Unit".
See: Products Units of Measure for more information.
The barcode for the Base Measurement (ie: the Barcode on a single unit). Note, you can define different barcodes for the different size packs using the Conversion Measurements below.
By clicking "Add Another Conversion" you can add conversion measurements, for example, our Beef Pies may have 10 in a Carton, so we would add a Conversion Measurement of CTN with a Conversion Factor of 10. Take note of the "Example" column to make sure you have the conversion setup correctly (ie: it says: 10 units per Carton, and not 10 Cartons per Unit)
If you then have a second conversion to Pallets, you can add that as well. Note that it's asking for how many Units per pallet. In this case, we have 48 cartons per pallet, so 480 units per pallet.
It's also important to note that each measurement can have their own barcode. This allows you to scan a Carton, and have it register than you've picked 10 units, or scan an entire pallet to receive in 480.
|Random Weight Product|
A random weight product is a product whereby the weight of each individual unit that's picked needs to be recorded. This is common when packing cartons of meat, in which each carton is a slightly different weight, and the customer charges per Kilo.
For example, you may have boxes of expensive sirloin steaks, each weights approximately 20kg, however each box varies.
By making a product random weight, when picking items the user must enter in the exact weight of each item (ie: 19.45kg), this information is then sent back to the customer in their Pack Notification Email so they can bill the receiver for exactly 19.45kg.
|Product Custom Fields|
If you have Product Custom Fields enabled, then fields you have defined will appear on the screen for entry. For example: "Supplier Code"
See: Product Custom Fields for more information
The number of days prior to expiration in which the stock will send out an automated email advising.
This is useful for advising a client that their stock is going to expire soon, and should be cleared out (possibly through a discount or promotion). This email can be configured through the Outgoing Notification Emails
|Expiry Threshold||The number of days prior to expiration that the product will no longer be automatically selected on import. For example, products which are within 2 days of expiration probably shouldn't be sent out to customers as they won't last long enough once they arrive. If an expiry threshold of 2 was used, then if the order is within 2 days of expiration, the stock will no longer be selected automatically.|
Note however, you can manually select stock for an order which is either Expired, or within the Expiry Threshold.
|Initial Status of Purchase Order Product||Yes||When assigning stock to a Purchase Order, this value sets the Product Status of that stock. For example, if you selected "Quarantine", then all stocks created would default to Quarantine Status. You can modify and create your own Product Status if required.||OK|
|Stock Selection Method||Yes|
When assigning Sale Order Products, this determines the automatic stock selection algorithm used to calculate the best stock to assign. Options are:
|Purchase Order Product Expiry Date Required?||Determines whether the expiry date field is required for Purchase Order Products that use this product (see Purchase Order Products Settings).|
|Purchase Order Product Custom Fields Required? (per field)||Determines whether each custom field is required for Purchase Order Products that use this product (see Purchase Order Products Settings).|