As a global company, the DRÄXLMAIER Group is breaking new ground and is utilising new methods in order to itensify business relations with our suppliers on the one hand, and to make them more efficient and economical on the other hand.

In order to optimize the business processes on both sides, we provide all our significant suppliers with the opportunity of transacting communication per EDI (Electronic Data Interchanges).

Supplierconnection via EDI or Email

Delivery schedules via Email

Here you can find the acknowledgement for email transmission of delivery schedules in:

 

 

 

EDI Dataexchange

EDI technical connection

The following technical Connections are possible: 

  • OFTP2 via Internet ( preferred )
  • VAN

The relevant datasheet can be downloaded here:

OFTP2-Datasheet

Please note that this OFTP2 datasheet is not valid for the region Americas.

 

Transmission formats

The Transmission of data can be made according to VDA-Standard.

 

In this connection, the following processes are used:

  • general procedure
  • VDA 4905 for delivery schedules
  • VDA 4908 for credit note procedure
  • VDA 4913 for delivery notes
  • EDIfact

You can obtain further information about the VDA-standards by visiting www.vda.de/en

 

Please download the specifications regarding EDIFact-Formats here:

CAX Dataexchange

During quotation phase the DRÄXLMAIER Group increasingly sends out JT/CGM files. This is a neutral CAD-format. To view the data the JT2Go Viewer from Siemes can be used. Please find the download-link to the viewer as well as additional information in this presentation.

Follow this link to enter the Design Data Exchange.

 

Current CAD Releases:

Here you can view the CAD-Roadmap of the DRÄXLMAIER Group. The file format of this document is PDF.

 

 

Contact regarding electronic data connection

Contact

For a first contact or in case of any problems regarding the electronic data interchange, please consult our contact persons.

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