E-Commerce Store Ready Pallets Standards Page 1 of 4 October 2008 © Myer Pty Ltd Supply Chain 3 Merchandise Logistics E-Commerce Store Ready Pallets Standards E-Commerce Store Ready Pallets Standards Page 2 of 4 October 2008 © Myer Pty Ltd Introduction Store Ready Pallets (SRP 9s) are pallets of similar cartonised merchandise, prepared by the supplier, shrink wrapped and destined for single individual stores. Store Ready Pallets are used for bulk orders of large volume merchandise and predominantly utilised to support major events eg. Stocktake Sale and Advertised Lines, or where specific bulky merchandise lends this preparation to be used, eg.
Travelgoods. f Each pallet will have one consolidated SSCC label covering the total pallet f Each pallet will be addressed with one pallet identification label Benefits f Stock travels together from supplier to store on the same pallet f Individual SSCC labels are not required on each carton f Assists RDC 9s to manage delivery bookings and volumes more efficiently f Faster throughput at RDC 9s f Assists stores to plan and manage reserve and resource requirements For more detailed information on Myer Ecommerce refer to the Myer Supplier website: myersupplier.myer.com.au E-Commerce Store Ready Pallets Standards Page 3 of 4 ... more. less.
October 2008 © Myer Pty Ltd Label & Pallet requirements Myer Labels standard Each pallet must be labelled with an SSCC label. The SSCC (Serial Shipping Container Code) label details the Order Number, the RDC & Store the pallet is destined for and has a unique SSCC number that identifies what is contained within the cartons on the pallet.<br><br> Each pallet must have a Pallet Identification Label. The label size requirement is A4 with this information in block letters, no less than 10mm in size: f Advice to RDC 9s not to unpack 3 cSTORE PALLET DO NOT UNPACK d f Receiving store name and number 3 eg. MELBOURNE 3 0001 f Event identifier 3 eg.<br><br> STOCKTAKE SALE f Product identifier 3 eg. HERITAGE PILLOWS Where the pallets carry Stocktake Sale or Advertised Line merchandise, each pallet must display either the Red Stocktake Sale Label or Fluoro Yellow Advertised Line Label and be placed on the same side of the pallet as the SSCC Label and Pallet Identification Label. They are to be clearly separated, with no overlap to each other.<br><br> The Stocktake Sale Label and Advertised Line Label dimensions are 100mm x 50 mm. OR STORE READY PALLET DO NOT UNPACK MELBOURNE #0001 STOCKTAKE SALE HERITAGE PILLOWS ADVERTISED LINE STOCKTAKE SALE E-Commerce Store Ready Pallets Standards Page 4 of 4 October 2008 © Myer Pty Ltd Myer Pallets standard All pallets must be stabilised by shrink/stretch wrapping. Maximum acceptable pallet height is 1.8 metres.<br><br> Pallets must be stable and safe to ensure that they can be unloaded safely. Layout and Design