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Pick & pack workflow with Australia Post Integration

Pick and Pack workflow with Australia Post Integration

Step 1: Create Shipment

Go to Pick & Pack > Shipments > Create New
Select the order you are want to ship.
Verify the order details, notes.
If everything ok, create Manifest.
Print Packing Slip

See Article How to bulk create Shipment

Do not "Export Consignment" for Australia Post parcel after you had created shipment. Otherwise, parcels will be marked as "label printed", and label will not be printed later during the packing step.

Step 2: Picking

After you had created new shipments, you can generate a picking list to start picking items in the shipmnents.

Go to Pick & Pack > Picking > Create New.
Select the orders you want to pick and create picking list.
Start picking the products from their location.

See Article How to create a pick list

Step 3 - Packing

Once picking process is done, you can start packing orders.

Go to Pick & Pack > Packing.
Scan the barcode on the Packing Slip to start packing.
Verify the items in the orders.
Print shipping label.
Record Tracking number.

See Article How to pack an order.

On the "Packing Tracking" page, you'll be prompted to print the shipping label.

Scan the parcel # barcode on the packing slip or type in "Confirm" to proceed.

Google Chrome: Follow the instructions on "Print dialogue" to print the label.

Other Browser: Click "Download PDF Label" and print the PDF file.

Step 4  - Upload Australia Post Pending Manifest

Once you had completed packing all parcels:

Go to Integrations -> Australia Post

Click on "Pending Manifest"

Select all the shipments to be included in the Australia Post's manifest.
Click "Upload to Australia Post" to transfer shipments data to Australia post.

Print the Australia Post's manifest.

Step 5  - Mark parcel dispatched and completed

Skip this step if "Dispatch parcel as soon as the tracking number is recorded" is turn on at Pick and Pack settings.

Go to Pick & Pack > Dispatch.
Select the parcel to dispatch.

Updated on: 08/02/2021

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