Whether you’re sending inventory to one of our warehouses for the first time or replenishing inventory, we’ve got good news—we just made it easier! Through our newly reconfigured Restock dashboard, you can now provide all of the necessary details and requirements for sending an inventory shipment to a warehouse. Additionally, we’ve added the ability to request inbound freight coordination assistance in-app from our team.
Let’s explore what the new Restock and freight coordination workflows mean for you.
Sending your inventory to our warehouse is a pivotal first step in ensuring you’re set up to deliver orders without a hitch. That’s why we’ve made updates to the Restock dashboard that improves your workflow. By providing additional fields for submitting details pertaining to your inbound shipments you can ensure your inventory arrives at our warehouse and is put on the shelf as expected.
In the Restock dashboard, we’ve added the ability to communicate special delivery notes and send customized packaging in-app, instead of emailing your Account Manager.
We’ve also tweaked our core workflows based on your feedback, so you can quickly add multiple SKUs and organize requests for project work on inbound inventory (barcoding, kitting, etc.).
For a step-by-step guide to using the Restock dashboard, check out our help article.
Perhaps most exciting is your ability to now request freight coordination with Airhouse anywhere in the continental United States. Whether your product is currently at the manufacturer, a different warehouse, or another location, you can request freight coordination directly in Airhouse when setting up your inbound shipment.
Simply provide all the necessary information before submitting your Restock details, and request a pickup time.
To see what information is required, and a step-by-step guide for using this feature, read our help article.
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