Trading Partners International
Built for global collaboration
We make it simple for our international trading partners to, well, partner with us. And our data security systems are one of our highest priorities, so the whole system can be navigated with peace of mind.
North America trading partners, visit our North America Trading Partners page.
Our implementation guidelines? Easy as pie.
We understand how important it is to have an implementation process that’s simple, secure and easy to manage. Our staff, located in London, United Kingdom, and Mumbai, India, is ready to help no matter what time zone you’re in.
At General Mills International, we support the following EDI standards:
Explore functional areas within General Mills International Trading:
Discover support for Payment order and credit advice (PAYEXT), Financial statement/Lockbox (FINSTA), Direct Debit (DIRDEB) and Multiple Credit advice (CREMUL) transactions.
General Mills leverages the UN/EDIFACT or EANCOM standards to provide electronic integration with financial institutions.
Specifically, we have standard integration built for the Payment order and credit advice (PAYEXT), Financial statement/Lockbox (FINSTA), Direct Debit (DIRDEB) and Multiple Credit advice (CREMUL) transactions.
Contact Team INT EDI with questions.
Finance Transactions - Bank (INTL)
Standards: EDIFACT Version: 96A
|Multiple Credit advice
Find fast, accurate information for completing transactions related to the Order to Cash cycle, with extra support for integrating our system in your production process.
General Mills leverages the UN/EDIFACT or EANCOM standards to provide electronic integration with customers.
Specifically, we have standard integration built for the Purchase Order (ORDERS), Purchase Order Acknowledgement (ORDRSP), Ship notice/manifest (DESADV), Invoice (INVOIC) transactions.
On the TRADACOMS standard, we have integration built for multiple Orders (ORDERS) and Invoice (INVFIL) transactions.
Contact Team INT EDI
Customer Transactions - Demand Chain (INTL)
Standards: EANCOM/EDIFACT. Versions: 96A, 01B
|Advanced Ship Notice
We work within the Upstream Integration Model developed by the Global Upstream Supply Initiative to successfully integrate within supply chain processes.
At General Mills, we leverage the Upstream Integration Model as developed by the Global Upstream Supply Initiative (GUSI) to tightly integrate supply chain processes.
More information on the GUSI Upstream Integration Model.
Specifically, we support the following standard documents as part of the GS1 standard:
i. Multi Shipment Order V 2.1.1
ii. Order Response V 2.1
iii. Dispatch Advice V 2.1.1
iv. Receiving Advice V 2.1
v. Invoice V 2.1.1
For more information, please reference the standard documentation at GS1 EDI Archives.
Explore how data exchange in the warehouse can save time, increase response, reduce errors and increase efficiency.
Use of integrated data exchange in the warehouse space saves time, enables a responsive replenishment, reduces errors and increases efficiency.
General Mills leverages the UN/EDIFACT or EANCOM standards to provide electronic integration with warehouses.
Specifically, we have standard integration built for the:
- Ship notice/manifest (DESADV)
- Receiving Advice (RECADV)
- Instruction to Dispatch (INSDES)
- Cargo/goods handling and movement message (HANMOV)
- Inventory Inquiry/Advice (INVRPT) transactions
See our 3rd Party Location Implementation guide for more specifics on how we leverage these transactions with our storage partners: 3PL Onboarding Information
Warehouse Transactions - Supply Chain (INTL)
|Instruction to Dispatch
|Cargo/goods handling and movement message
|Warehouse Shipping Order
|Warehouse Shipping Advice
*The 4030 version of the 940 supports COR/COE, Production Substitution, Order Type & Customer Specific Freshness Requirements.