Delivery of products sold is very common in any business environment especially with big organization. It is an expected service by many customers who purchase bulk items and require the company’s transportation to deliver the purchased items.
When the item is delivered, the customer need to sign on a delivery receipt form in acknowledgement of having received the item in good condition. The delivery receipt is submitted to the delivery department for accountability and reference. This will ensure that there is no misunderstanding over the item purchased and delivered.
The customer should always check the delivery before signing the delivery receipt that it is the correct purchased item and that the delivered item is in good condition.
Sometimes, the delivery requires the customers to make outstanding payment if only a deposit was earlier made on the item. Other times, taxes and service charges have to be borne by the customer or recipient of the delivered items.
A delivery receipt usually displays:
* Company’s Name & Address
* Company Logo and contact number
* Customer’s Name & Address
* Date of Delivery
* Description of delivery
* Outstanding amount
* Delivery reference number
* Payment Type
* Amount Received
* Payment Method
* Check Number
* Date received
* Discount / Taxes
For regular patrons, payment can be made upon delivery of items in the form of cash, check or credit card. Checks are preferred on home deliveries.
Consider the attached sample template for your convenience.