JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Transportation Management - Version XE and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
When a company tracks in-transit inventory, which means that it maintains ownership over the goods until delivery is made, unscheduled deliveries can be used in the event that not all products can be delivered to a scheduled customer so the remaining products are delivered to a different customer.
Unscheduled deliveries are deliveries of products to customers who do not have sales orders that initiate the shipping process. This type of delivery can only be used on loads that are tracked as in-transit inventory. This happens when the company delivering the goods maintains ownership over them until delivery is made. For example, unscheduled deliveries can be used in the event that not all products can be delivered to a scheduled customer and it was delivered to another customer. This type of delivery is sometimes referred to as a milk run delivery.
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