Loblaw EDI Portal

The Loblaw EDI program trades the 810 Invoice, 812 Credit / Debit Adjustment, 820 Remittance Advice, 830 Forecast Planning Schedule, 850 Purchase Order (PO), 856 Shipping Notice (ASN), 864 Text Message, and the 997 FA. Below you will find these mapping guidelines, as well as their EDI standards definition.

If you have a Loblaw transaction and you cannot read the EDI format, try the Online Translation tool. The tool will translate any Loblaw EDI transaction set into a CSV spreadsheet. After using the tool, the spreadsheet will be emailed to you. You can also view that spreadsheet by using the Online Viewer. If you need more of an automated process, determine which EDI Solution(s) can help plug your EDI data into your back office systems automatically.

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Loblaw Mapping Specifications and Implementation Guidelines
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EDI StandardView DocumentDocument Description
810 SpecsPDF810 Invoice 4010VICS
812 SpecsPDF812 Credit/Debit Adjustment (LCL Generated)
812 SpecsPDF812 Credit/Debit Adjustment 4010VICS (DSD)
820 SpecsPDF820 Remittance Advice 4010VICS
830 SpecsPDF830 Forecast 4010VICS
850 SpecsPDF850 Purchase Order 4010VICS (Cross Dock)
850 SpecsPDF850 Purchase Order 4010VICS (DC)
850 SpecsPDF850 Purchase Order 4010VICS (DSD)
856 SpecsPDF856 ASN Ship Notice/Manifest 5010VICS
864 SpecsPDF864 Text Message 4010VICS
PDFUCC-128 Barcode Shipping Label

Do you need to transact EDI with Loblaw? Are you looking to exchange documents with Loblaw using an EDI VAN Savings solution. Or perhaps you would like to use a Cloud Based EDI application, so you can plug your Loblaw transactions directly into your ERP and TMS systems. Even small companies can trade with Loblaw using an EDI Web Browser solution.

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