Automated consignment note processing with Transpas

The process in ImageCapture


Consignment notes, CMRs and route lists are batch scanned using barcodes and automatically linked to the open order in Transpas.

Consignment notes scanned by on-board computers are automatically imported based on the file or order number. CMRs can be processed by route, charter or trailer number. Package and packaging mutations can also be processed directly in ImageCapture.


In addition to the automated linking of freight documents to orders in Transpas based on barcode separation, freight documents can also be assigned to the corresponding order by the user. To this end, ImageCapture automatically retrieves a selection file of open orders from Transpas.

A document type can also be assigned to the freight document in ImageCapture (in batches or not). In addition, the file in Transpas can be requested from ImageCapture for further verification and to make changes such as actual unloaded weights and other comments.


The transport documents are exported and digitally archived under the relevant order or route in Transpas.

The documents are retrievable from Transpas, for example when there are questions about the sales invoice. The digital freight documents can also be made available for Track & Trace on your website or exported via FTP.


The digital freight documents can be sent automatically with the sales invoice or sent separately to the customer by e-mail.

The advantages of automated consignment note processing with Transpas

  • Faster route processing and invoicing
  • Faster handling of return loads, defects and damages
  • Documents can be called up directly from Transpas
  • Full integration with Transpas for route and file data
  • Modularly expandable with the possibility of automated processing of runsheets and dividing them into separate files
  • Modularly expandable for automated processing and digital approval of charter and other invoices

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