What has changed compared to VDA 4913? What should you watch out for in particular?
Many companies in the automotive industry are currently updating their messages for data exchange in relation to delivery call-off data. In practice, this means that they are implementing the revised version 4987 T2 Global Despatch Advice, replacing VDA recommendation 4913. What is new about VDA message 4987 DESADV? What has been changed?
Smooth processes in the automotive industry supply chain play an important role in efficient delivery processes and therefore also for the relevant EDI specifications. The Despatch Advice is used to exchange data on dispatch notifications and delivery call-offs. Market developments have made it necessary to redesign the VDA recommendation in order to take into account the increased process requirements due to changed conditions such as increasingly international supply relationships and different supply concepts. In the process of converting to EDIFACT-based messages, not only the revision but also the replacement of the previous VDA Recommendation 4913 by the EDIFACT-based Global Despatch Advice message is now taking place.
Are you interested in the changes and innovations because you will implement VDA 4987 or at least make adjustments to your specification? To support your implementation tasks and to get important information about the application scenarios, the structure and the packaging examples of the VDA message 4987, GEFEG offers the following 1-day training, which is aimed at planners and implementers who are getting started with the planning of this message and / or are interested in the differences to previously used messages.
Training Topics of “New VDA message 4987 T2 Global Despatch Advice – Implement delivery call-off data”
- Application scenarios: Transport order, notification, delivery notification
- Connection between transport, shipment and delivery note
- Design and structure of the VDA Recommendation 4987 DESADV
- Changes from VDA 4913 to VDA 4987 – Multi-item delivery notes
- Key terms for the part level, the packaging level and the message/sending level
- Packaging examples and illustration of multi-stage packaging
- More EDI standards for the automotive industry
Who should attend?
The training is aimed at suppliers, automotive manufacturers (OEMs) and all other interested parties who are starting to plan the Global DESADV (delivery call-off data message) or are interested in the differences to other messages.
What should you already know?
Knowledge of the relevant delivery processes in the automotive industry would be helpful.
How much time will the training take?
We recommend that you plan for the whole day.
When will the training take place?
17 April 2024, 9:00 – 12:00 and 14:00 – 17:00