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Anheuser-Busch Freight Routing Guidelines & Policies
WARNING: Failure to adhere to A-B’s shipping policies may result in a partial (short-paid) reimbursement on improperly shipped freight charges and/or delayed payment.
- To request a copy of the current Anheuser-Busch Freight Routing Guide; or for any inquiries regarding international and cross-border transportation or domestic transportation please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- All A-B freight should follow these directions and utilize these forms to help ensure proper shipping & billing.
Anheuser-Busch Freight Routing Guide Content
The current Anheuser-Busch Freight Routing Guide will assist you performing the following required steps:
- Identifying the proper ship mode
- Choose the correct assigned approved A-B carrier
- Bill correctly
A Valid A-B PO number needs to be applied to every shipment. This enables the proper billing against your order and pays the freight. If you do not have an A-B PO number nor an SAP cost cent, please contact Freight Routing.
A-B PO Format: 3-alpha prefix + 10 digits (e.g. CMD9876543210).
In addition, all freight should be billed 3rd Part - FOB Destination to US Bank at:
Anheuser-Busch, U.S. Bank c/o Syncada
P.O. Box 3001
Naperville, IL 60566-7001
In the event of a claim, please be sure to report to the carrier as soon as possible. Concealed or hidden damage has 15 days to be reported. A-B’s shipping policies state that all 3rd Party freight should be FOB (freight on board) Destination. All A-B approved carries are insured to cover freight claims, when applicable. All A-B vendors/suppliers are responsible for filing claims with the associated carrier. Any questions or concerns, please contact Freight Routing.
F.O.B Destination, freight collect:
Buyer - Pays freight charges
Buyer - Bears freight charges
Seller - Owns goods in transit
Seller - Files claims (if any)