A goods issue is a document that registers the physical transfer of goods from your company to any third party without transfer of title. For instance, if your company sends goods to a customer, you can create a goods issue in 1C:Drive to register the fact that the goods departed from the warehouse to the customer's premises, print a delivery note in 1C:Drive, and accompany the goods with it. The delivery note is to be signed by the customer upon delivery.
Typically, you generate a goods issue from one or several sales orders. Also, you can generate several goods issues from a single sales order.
Similarly, you can generate one or several sales invoices from a goods issue, or generate a single sales invoice from several goods issues.
Why you might need to use an intermediate goods issue document within the sales order-sales invoice sequence?
If you issue a sales invoice before goods delivery and you need to change the sales invoice (for instance, the customer did not accept some of the goods), you have to issue a credit note, which may be inconvenient. With goods issues, you first supply the goods to your customer, and then, after you ensure that the customer accepted the goods, you issue one or several sales invoices for the goods you actually delivered. Thus, you minimize corrections in the sales invoices.
If the customer accepts some of the goods and returns the rest back, you issue a goods receipt document.
Viewing goods issues
To view the list of goods issues:
- Click Sales > Sales > Goods issues.
Checking which goods are shipped and invoiced
The Status column of the goods issue list shows whether each goods issue is covered with sales invoices. The following values are available:
- Not invoiced. None of the goods registered in the goods issue is included in sales invoices.
- Partially invoiced. Some of the goods registered in the goods issue are included in sales invoices.
- Invoiced. All goods registered in the goods issue are included in sales invoices.
This helps you verify that you issued sales invoices that you can use to claim money for the shipped goods.
Alternatively, to check which goods your company shipped with or without invoices, you can use the Goods shipped not invoiced report.
- To generate the report for all goods issues, click Sales > Reports > Goods shipped not invoiced.
- To generate the report for a specific goods issue, open the goods issue and click the Goods shipped not invoiced tab.
Goods issue fields
A goods issue has the following fields:
- Counterparty (required). The customer name.
- Contract (required). The contract governing the sale.
- Order. The sales order that is a base for the goods issue.
- Number. A unique goods issue number.
- Dated. The date and time when the goods issue was created.
- Company (required). The company that issues the goods.
- Warehouse (required). The source warehouse.
Creating goods issues
To create a goods issue:
- Do any of the following:
- Click Sales > Sales > Goods issues and then click Create.
- Open a sales order and click Generate > Goods issue.
- Select several sales orders and click Generate > Goods issue.
- Fill the goods issue fields.
For more information, see Goods issue fields.
- Click the Products tab and do any of the following:
- Click .
1C:Drive populates the list of goods according to the sales order specified in the Order field.
- Click Select > Ordered goods and then, in the Select ordered goods window, select the check boxes for the goods you want to add and enter the quantities.
The Select ordered goods window displays goods included in sales orders. For each of the goods, it indicates its ordered quantity and the sales order. Also, it displays the remaining quantity to deliver as a difference of the quantity in the sales order and the quantity specified in the goods issue.
To switch between goods of the base sales order only and goods of all sales orders, select or clear the Display products from dependent documents only check box.
- Click Add and then specify the goods item and its quantity.
- Click .
- Click Post.
- Click Print delivery note.
- Send the printed delivery note to the customer along with the goods.