Delivery note

The delivery note is a document of commodity accounting that records:

  • exit of goods from the warehouse (warehouse) of the seller (trader), as well as
  • financial indebtedness of the buyer.

The delivery note is created when the customer’s order is executed. Along with the goods sent to the buyer, the trader must also deliver a delivery note, which is made in three copies, for

  • customer
  • Merchant warehouse
  • Merchant Accounting Service.

The store uses computer programs to create a delivery note and automatically update the documents that the delivery note affects or should be displayed. The delivery note is displayed at the seller in the Book of records of turnover and services (KEPU) on the discharge side. Continue reading Delivery note