A shipment in byrd is the object composed by a packaging and a product or products that have to be picked and packed in the warehouse to be sent through a carrier to a specific recipient.
Once the shipment is created it can go through different status and sub-status:
|new||The shipment was just created.||validating_address if enabled, address is being validated.|
address_invalid if enabled, address check failed.
|releasing||The shipment is being released to a warehouse.|
|released||The shipment was released to a warehouse.||reserved:stock is reserved.|
allocating: stock is being allocated for picking.
allocated: stock is allocated to a picking action.
assigned: shipment is assigned to a warehouse worker to start picking.
|picking||The items of the shipment are being picked.|
|packaging||The shipment is being packaged.||error_resolved: if an error occurs during packaging, this substatus indicates that was fixed so the warehouse can finish the packaging.|
|packaged||The shipment is already packaged and labeled.||Used for some B2B shipments:|
label_required: manual label is required to be created.
label_uploaded: label was created and shipment is ready to label.
manual_outbound: shipment is ready to outbound .
|sent||The carrier picked up the package.||claim_reported: a customer support ticket was opened for this shipment|
|delivered||The package was delivered to the recipient.||claim_reported: a customer support ticket was opened for this shipment|
|returning||A return shipment was created for this shipment.|
|returned||The return shipment has arrived to the warehouse.|
|deleted||The shipment was deleted.|
There are two types of shipments:
- B2C > shipments sent to end consumers or companies but with no special requirements.
- B2B > shipments sent to companies or other non byrd warehouses which need special requirements like sending by pallet or fill a whole insurance value for the shipment.
Updated about 2 months ago