When you are done with the subcontracting process and after you have created deliveries for the freight order, you can check the deliveries that have been created on the Document Flow tab of your freight order / booking. You can also navigate to the different business documents that are related to the freight order or freight booking from this tab.
You can create and print freight/waybill documents for your freight orders / bookings. For freight orders / bookings, you can see the print documents that were created automatically when you saved the freight order / booking. The following print forms are available depending on the items and locations of the freight documents:
- CMR Waybill (Europe)
- US Bill of Lading
- Master Bill of Lading
- CIM Bill of Lading (for rail freight orders, Europe)
- ADR Dangerous Goods Note (for road freight orders)
- RID Dangerous Goods Note (for rail freight orders)
- IMO Dangerous Goods Declaration (for freight orders assigned to ocean freight bookings)
Except for the Master Bill of Lading, all the other print forms list items that are taken from the consignment order. The Master Bill of Lading lists all the items that are assigned to the freight order. If you have entered notes in the consignment order, these notes are also listed in the print forms if applicable (CMR Waybill, US Bill of Lading, and CIM Bill of Lading). If you haven't entered notes in the consignment order but in the freight order, they are taken from the freight order. ADR or RID DG Notes are created automatically if the freight order contains dangerous goods.
All these print documents are printed automatically when the Checkout event is reported. Alternatively, you can select the print documents and trigger printing by choosing Send Output. You can also display a preview of the print documents.
Watch the simulation Create Freight Documents to learn more about the system-related activities.