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Warehouse Receipt Form Template




Does your organization need a warehouse receipt form template? If so, please call, email, or message our organization right now. Our experts can assess your business needs in only a few minutes. We will then create a custom warehouse receipt form template. You and your workers can use the template to generate warehouse receipts with ease. We can also provide step by step instructions to help you create your own receipt template. Our team can send our receipt templates in Word, Excel, and PDF formats. Let’s now go over our patented three-page warehouse receipt form template.




The First Page of the Standard Warehouse Receipt Form Template




Here is the beginning of a standard warehouse receipt form template features. It begins with a title in bold. The title should state that the storage contract is not open for negotiations. For example, here is what the title could state. NON-NEGOTIABLE STORAGE CONTRACT AND WAREHOUSE RECEIPT. This title is important for legal reasons. It asserts that the customer has entered into a non-binding contract.

Next, the warehouse receipt form can have a customer information section to fill out. You should also include the exact location of the storage facility/warehouse. The section below it can go over the valuation of property in case of loss or damage. This is one of the most important sections of any warehouse receipt. A customer could take legal action against you if there is loss or damage.


That’s why each warehouse customer should select specific liability options. For example, say the customer agrees to sixty cents per pound replacement value. That must appear in this section of the receipt template. The following section can contain a description of all other charges. Do not allow customers to sign off on a receipt without first providing their signature.




The Second Page of the Standard Warehouse Receipt Form Template




The second page of the warehouse receipt form template features terms and conditions. You might need to consult with an attorney about what information goes here. (And you will need to supply a full page of information.)


Here are the sections that our firm includes under Terms and Conditions.


1. The Ownership of Property Agreement.
2. The Warehouseman’s Lien.
3. Liability of the Company.
4. Valuation Options. You might also want to include a second about Limited Value Protection. Plus, you could also need a Limited Value Per Container section. Many companies also feature Full Value Protection and Specific Limitations terms and conditions. Here are four more sections to consider featuring under Terms and Conditions.
5. Claim Filing and Settlement Options under your USDOT Licence.
6. Items Added or Removed From Storage.
7. Delivery or Termination of Storage.
8. Definitions Used in This Agreement. 




The Final Page of the Standard Warehouse Receipt Form Template




The final page of the warehouse receipt form template features an inventory of items. The title is: Standard Inventory of Items. This is where your workers can keep track of each customer’s stored goods. The warehouse storage inventory features five columns. Let’s go over each one.

1. Item Number.
2. Other Number. (Some companies do not need to use this receipt column.)
3. Description of Article.
4. Value of Article.
5. Condition of Article. All five of these columns speak for themselves. They serve the purpose of tracking the items stored in a warehouse.

You could also include a Notes section at the bottom of your warehouse inventory.




How Do You Write a Delivery Receipt?




Keep the following four factors in mind when writing a warehouse delivery receipt.

1. Do not only list the sender. List both the receiver and the sender.
2. List every item that’s getting delivered to or from the warehouse. Include a brief description of each item. 3. Showcase any extra storage or delivery costs. Provide the customer with a storage price breakdown.
4. Include any other crucial details about the transaction on the warehouse receipt.




How Do I Create a Receipt Template?




Here are four steps to help you write your warehouse receipt form or invoice.


1. Begin by listing your company’s key details. (Name, address, email phone number, etc.)
2. Fill out customer details. (Name, address, email phone number, etc.)
3. Write outline items. Include a description, quantity, and rate next to each stored item in the warehouse.
4. Finish the receipt template by including the date and invoice number. You can also include your personalized brand.




How Do I Write a Receipt for Money?




Here are the seven basic components of writing a warehouse receipt form.


1. The name/address of the company/person receiving payment.
2. The name/address of the customer that is paying.
3. The date that the payment gets made.
4. The warehouse receipt number.
5. The amount paid.
6. The reason that the customer paid.
7. The form of payment. (Cash credit card, etc.)





What Is a Warehouse Receipt System?





A warehouse receipt system often gets referred to as a WRS. The WRS provides a template to help customers drop off their goods at the store. In exchange for the goods, the customer receives a WR: warehouse receipt. The WR is a document that warehouse operators issue. The WR contains evidence that specific commodities are getting stored. The WR contains information about the quality and quantity of the goods. Please contact our firm today if you need help creating a WR template or Truck license filings.

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