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HORSCH Maschinen GmbH

Introduction

HORSCH Maschinen GmbH is a manufacturer of leading-edge farming equipment, located in Schwandorf, Germany. In order to allow for fast and reliable supply chain processes, HORSCH requires its suppliers to send and receive business documents, such as purchase orders, purchase order response documents, etc. using electronic data interchange (EDI). This web page gives an overview of the supported EDI processes at HORSCH Maschinen GmbH and serves as a starting point for new and existing suppliers in regard to EDI.

Table of contents

EDI document types, MIGs, and examples

For its EDI relations with suppliers HORSCH uses EDIFACT-based standards. HORSCH encourages the use of industry best practices. Consequently, forecasts are based on the VDA 4984 GLOBAL DELFOR specification. Dispatch Advices are based on the VDA 4987 GLOBAL DESADV specification.

HORSCH expects its suppliers to support the following processes.

For each EDI document type the specification as well as a sample file may be found below.

Delivery forecast (EDIFACT DELFOR D04A)

Purchase Order (EDIFACT ORDERS D07A)

Purchase Order Change (EDIFACT ORDCHG D07A)

Purchase Order Response (EDIFACT ORDRSP D07A)

Dispatch advice (EDIFACT DESADV D07A)

Contact

In case you have any support inquiries in regard to EDI connections to HORSCH, please contact the EDI service provider of HORSCH.

ecosio InterCom GmbH
Leoprechtingstr. 32
81739 München
Germany
Tel.: +49 89 125 0323 60
Email: support@ecosio.com

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