Within Skubana, sellers have the ability to create an inventory stock transfer between in-house and 3PL warehouses.

To begin, click into the Orders module and then click “+ New Order”. This will open a drop-down menu with all of your Manual Channels, in addition to two buttons for “Stock Transfer” and “FBA Workflow”.

Once you click on “Stock Transfer”, you will then have to select an “Eligible Source Warehouse” and an “Eligible Destination Warehouse”. By selecting “Source” and “Destination” warehouses, you’ll be telling Skubana where to take inventory FROM, and where to send it TO.     


Once you’ve entered in that information and clicked “Continue”, a new window will appear titled “New Cross-Warehouse Stock Transfer Order”. 

There are several fields in the top-third of the window to be mindful of:

  • Draw From: where stock will be sourced from
  • Transfer To: the final destination of the stock
  • Order #: an arbitrary number that you’ve assigned to track this order internally
  • Internal Notes: internal notes to your team regarding this stock transfer, such as pick locations or other pertinent information

In the middle-third of the window, please take note of these fields:

  • Add Item: this is where you’ll select products from your product catalog to include in the stock transfer order. Please note, if a product has any excluded warehouses that involve the warehouses that you’ve selected for this transfer, the product will not appear in this list.
  • Paste from CSV: when clicked, a new window will appear, titled “Input Items From CSV File”. If you’d like to input products via CSV, do so here in this format: Master SKU, Quantity

Once you select items to add to your transfer, they will appear in the bottom-third of the window, with data for each of these column headers:

  • Product: the product name
  • Available: the total available product quantity for transfer
  • Quantity: the total product quantity you’d like to transfer. This is manually inputted by the seller and cannot exceed the total number of stock units listed in the “Available” column.

After you’ve selected the products and associated quantities, click “Save”.

The window will then disappear. 

You will then have to go into the “Awaiting” status that corresponds to your “Source” warehouse to find the pending transfer order. For example, in the screenshots the “Source” warehouse is an In-house warehouse, which means the order will be in the “Awaiting Shipment” sub-section of the Orders module.

At this stage, you can treat the stock transfer like any other manual order. It’s recommended that you set your shipping preferences and then add the stock transfer order to your shipping queue. 

Once added to the queue, you can then ship the order.

Assuming you had no errors with your shipment, the order will then move into the “Shipped” sub-menu. At this point, your stock transfer has been completed in Skubana.

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