The 1-T bill of lading (MSI) provides evidence of the contract for transport of goods, and is used to settle auto transport charges. The bill of lading is a four-part document. The consignor maintains one copy to serve as the basis for writing off the goods. The second, third, and fourth copies are certified and sealed by the consignor, and signed by the driver. Upon delivery, the driver hands the second copy to the consignee to verify the transfer of the goods. The consignee certifies the third and fourth copies of the bill of lading and submits them to the owner of the auto carrier. The owner attaches the third copy to the transport invoice as the basis for settlement of the account and sends it to the payer who hired the carrier. The fourth copy is attached to the waybill as the basis for tracking transport activities and to calculate the driver's wage.

  1. Click Accounts receivable> Setup> Forms> Form setup.

  2. On the Bill of ladingtab, in the Country-specific formfield, select Russian format.

  3. Press CTRL+S or close the form.

  4. Click Accounts receivable> Setup> Parameters.

  5. On the Shipmentstab, in the Bill of ladingfield, select Invoice postingto generate the 1-T bill of lading report when posting an invoice.

    Note Note

    If you select Nonein the Bill of ladingfield, then you cannot generate the report.

  6. On the Number sequencestab, select a number sequence code for the Bill of ladingreference type.

  7. Press CTRL+S or close the form.

  8. Click Basic> Setup> Company information.

  9. On the Othertab, in the Report Folderfield, select the path of the report template location.

  10. Press CTRL+S or close the form.

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