Integrated Logistics Services
will receive at a designated point of delivery all duly
for a client. Cargo Logistics will perform all shipping functions
utilizing a customer's approved documentation procedures. All goods
received will be confirmed through comparison with Bills of Lading or
delivery tickets and internal Cargo Logistics documents which will
confirm quantities, PO status and identify goods which arrive OS&D
(Over, Short and Damaged). All OS&D goods will be documented in
accordance with our client's requirements.
Damaged materials will be noted on the bill of lading or
delivery ticket as received and subject to further
inspection. All damage claims will be accessed within 72
hours of occurrence in order to ensure claim validity.
Upon receipt of the goods Cargo
Verify the number of items in the consignment.
Verify the weight of the consignment.
Verify the entire contents in each consignment by
reconciling the items to the vendor packing slip.
Produce a material receipt which will include a
location code as well as standard information pertaining to the contents
and condition of the goods.
cargo will be placed in a holding area by cost center
and/or material type provided that export packing is not required.
During the course of receiving a shipment Cargo Logistics will:
Examine all packages for shortage and damages prior to
Specifics such as wet, open, crushed, or torn
packaging; broken, bent, rusty or scratched material will be duly noted
on delivery documents.
All exceptions will be acknowledged in writing by
obtaining driver's signature prior to or during unloading.
The letters "OS&D" will be stamped on the front page of
the delivery ticket/freight bill. Customer's will be notified in writing
via E-Mail or Fax with a photocopy of freight bill attached.
Cargo will be relocated to a designated hold area to
facilitate access for further inspection by a client's designated
Upon instruction from our
customer all items will be transferred from OS&D hold areas and
entered into the supply stream.