SCHEDULING INBOUND DELIVERIES:

  • All shipments sent to EchoData require an Advance Shipping Notification.
  • Please email all notifications to asn@echodata.com  or call 717.351.4200 x6124, 48 hours in advance of the delivery.  Alternatively, current clients may schedule ASN’s via our eLink portal.
  • Required ASN Information:  part number(s), quantity per part number, and scheduled delivery date(s).
  • Deliveries of shipments containing 10 pallets or more require a delivery appointment.  Please email asn@echodata.com for a delivery appointment.
  • Receiving hours are 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM EST Monday – Friday.
  • If you have any questions, please contact your assigned Account Manager at 717-351-4200 or have our operator direct you to the appropriate contact.
  • Download EchoData ASN Form

GUIDELINES FOR INCOMING SHIPMENTS:

Packing Slips:

A completed packing slip must accompany every shipment to EchoData. Packing slips must specify the following:

  • EchoData/ Client Purchase Order number
  • EchoData/ Client Item number (IC#)/ Part Number
  • Total number of units in shipment
  • Total number of master shipping cartons in shipment
  • Quantity in each master shipping carton

Carton Markings:

The following information must be provided on each carton:

  • EchoData/ Client Purchase Order number
  • EchoData/ Client Item number (IC#)/ Part Number
  • Total quantity in master shipping carton
  • Inner pack quantities if applicable

Palletized shipments must be configured in the following manner:

  • Pallet must be a 4 way 40″ x 48″, standard height with an inside diameter fork opening of 3 1/2″ and be constructed of sturdy material.
  • Pallet must be stacked no higher than 48″ overall (including pallet) height
  • Packing slip must be clearly visible
  • Do not double stack pallets unless top pallet securely stands on product below and does not exceed 48″ overall height dimension.
  • Pallets must be front loaded into the trailer with the 40″ dimension facing the trailer doors for removal with a hand pallet truck 
  • Pallets should not be side loaded.
  • Pallets must have no overhang on any side of the pallet.

Exceptions to the above must be approved by your assigned Account Manager. Exceptions which are not approved may result in receiving delays or refusal of incoming shipment(s).