Inbound Logistics
    Receiving Items from a Vendor or receiving stocks from a Transfer Order

Go to the respective purchase order and manually mark the Ready to Receive checkbox. (If not done in PO console)

This makes the purchase order Ready to Receive and creates an Inbound logistic order.

  • Navigate to the Warehouse Management app > Inbound Logistics tab.
  • All the Ready to Receive Logistic orders will be listed.


  • Select the Logistic Order to put the received products into the warehouse.
  • A shipment typically arrives with a packing slip; items you receive must be referenced against a logistic order.
  • So, to proceed you must determine the logistic order to which the received items belong and select the checkbox next to it and click the “Receive” button.
  • The receive and putaway action buttons also give the number to track the items.
  • Screen navigates to the Receive page with Received Qty 0. Receive column defaults to the ordered Qty which is editable.

  • Clicking the Save button at the bottom of the page updates the Received Qty and Receive Qty becomes 0


  • Now Select the logistic line items and click on the Putaway button on top if multiple line items selected or on the row if individual.
  • Screen navigates to the Putaway page with Qty and Received Qty populated.
  • Choose the version, location, and bin if not default.
  • Click “Save” to complete the stock receiving process of the purchase orders.


  • In the Additional Information section of the Product detail page Serialise and Lot Tracked is specified.
  • Enter the received item quantity. To identify each stock inward item, a batch/lot or Serial code is entered. Users can create multiple stocks inwards for each purchase line item until the requested quantity is fulfilled.
  • Enter the warehouse in which the items are stored. In addition, a user can assign the location and storage bin of the received to ensure a well-organized warehouse.
  • The color of the line items turns green when complete Qty is Added
  • This indicates that the logistic received from the vendor has been successfully added to the inventory.

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