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PACKAGING & SHIPPING
Packaging & Shipping is responsible for all the ammunition that is ordered, packaged, scanned and put on the shelves. There are certain steps that go with the process to assure that it is done accurately and efficiently.
It starts with the Inspector:
Inspector packages ammo in small boxes according to ammo quantity
When 10 small boxes are ready he puts them in the brown packaging case
Packaging & Shipping takes the case and scans one small box and the brown packaged case (Put a barcode sticker on package case)
Seal up the brown packaged case
Log the side of case with lots that are inside the case
Close and seal with packing tape
If case is part of an order put on skid if not put on inventory shelf according to the ammo type
When pulling order for Delivery:
Pull the oldest case from inventory to keep product rotated
Orders should be checked by packager and check again by a second person to assure order accuracy
Check Invoice to assure that order going out is correct and matches invoice.
Orders going out LTL (less than truckload):
Check order twice
Load on skid with bar code facing out
Add packaging slip on box and wrap if needed with shrink wrap
Load order onto truck
Get tracking number from driver
Make sure all paperwork is filled out correctly, signed and order is logged into log book for our inventory update
UPS, Fed Ex, DSL, AAI going out orders:
All cases must have shipping labels and hazmat stickers on them
Shipping labels must be flat (not wrinkled) so that bar codes may be scanned easily
Packaged order must match drivers order
Make sure paper work is filled out correctly, signed and order is logged into log book for inventory update
For AAI deliveries, person delivering order must sign out in log book and given packaging slip
Picking up an order:
Pull order off inventory shelf
Person picking up must sign all paperwork and given packing slip
Help with loading order into transportation vehicle
Will be unloaded and checked before any paperwork is signed
Delivery must match all paperwork
Scan product into inventory and unload it in proper place
Leather gloves and Steel toed shoes must be worn when loading and unloading onto a skid or pallet