РЕКОМЕНДАЦИЯ n 24 Европейской экономической комиссии ООН<ТОРГОВЛЯ И КОДЫ СТАТУСА ПЕРЕВОЗКИ> (второе издание) (ece/trade/258) [англ.](Принята в г. Женеве в мае 2000 года Центром ООН по упрощению процедур торговли и электронных деловых операций)


UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE
RECOMMENDATION No. 24
TRADE AND TRANSPORT STATUS CODES
(SECOND EDITION)
(Geneva, V.2000)
I. PREAMBLE
The United Nations through UN/CEFACT (United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business) supports activities dedicated to improving the ability of business, trade and administrative organizations, from developed, developing and transitional economies, to exchange products and relevant services effectively. Its principal focus is to facilitate international transactions, through the simplification and harmonization of procedures and information flows <*>.
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<*> From the mission statement of UN/CEFACT.
Globalization of the marketplace is taking place rapidly, with companies sourcing components in one part of the world, assembling them in another part of the world and selling them in yet another. The trend towards transacting business through electronic means is leading to more physical goods flows with smaller and more frequent shipments of goods and commodities. This globalization of markets has resulted in the growing need for even more efficient and effective information flows. The solution to achieving effective information flows across international markets lies in the use of common procedures and processes based on the use of globally agreed standards. Inherent in this approach is the need for precise mechanisms to define the data and for common coding systems to represent specific data items.
Trade and transport status codes are a much needed and required tool to facilitate the exchange of status information on goods, consignments and/or equipment, whenever electronic reporting takes place.
The UN/CEFACT work programme emphasizes the need for developing recommendations, which simplify and harmonize the current practices and procedures used in international transactions. Within this context, the role of the UN/CEFACT Codes Working Group (CDWG) is to secure the quality, relevance and availability of code sets and code structures to support the objectives of UN/CEFACT, including managing the maintenance of UN/ECE Recommendations related to codes. The CDWG prepared this revision of Recommendation 24.
This second edition of Recommendation No. 24 supercedes and replaces the first edition (ECE/TRADE/WP.4/R.1067, September 1995).
II. RECOMMENDATION
At its sixth session in March 2000, UN/CEFACT agreed to adopt the following Recommendation. A list of the countries and organizations represented at this session can be found in Annex 1.
The United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT) recommends that Governments and business do implement the Trade and Transport Status Codes in support of a common approach to trade facilitation.
III. SCOPE
1. This Recommendation establishes a common code list for the identification of status information on goods, consignments and/or equipment.
IV. FIELD OF APPLICATION
2. This Recommendation applies in cases where a coded representation is required for the description of trade and transport status codes, for information exchange between parties involved in international trade and transport. It may be applied to all modes of transport.
V. EXPLANATORY TEXT
A. Definitions
3. The following definitions have been adopted for the purposes of this Recommendation:
code: character string that represents a member of a set of values.
code list: complete set of code values for a data item.
consignment: separately identifiable amount of goods (available to be) transported from one consignor to one consignee via one or more than one modes of transport as specified in one single transport document.
data: re-interpretable representation of information in a formalised manner suitable for communication, interpretation or processing.
document: recorded permanent data containing information.
EDI (Electronic Data Interchange): electronic transfer from computer application to computer application of commercial or administrative transactions using an agreed standard to structure the transaction or message data.
EDI message: approved, published, and maintained formal description of how to structure the data required to perform a specific business function, in such a way as to allow for the transfer and handling of this data by electronic means.
electronic business: process of transacting business electronically. This includes the sharing of unstructured or structured business information by any electronic means among suppliers, customers, governmental bodies, service providers and other parties in order to conduct and execute transactions in business, administrative and other activities.
facilitation: implementation of measures leading to the simplification, standardisation and harmonization of the formalities, procedures, documents and operations inherent to international trade transactions.
goods: all materials received from a shipper.
procedure: steps to be followed in order to comply with a formality, including the timing, format and transmission method for the submission of required information.
standardization: development of standards whose purpose is to align formalities, procedures, documents, information, and operations.
status reason: explanation or justification of the status of consignments, goods and/or equipment.
transport status: snapshot of the position and/or condition of consignments, goods and/or equipment at any point in time or place within the full transport or logistical chain.
B. Specific Considerations
4. In international trade there is a requirement to exchange information about the status of consignments, goods, equipment or means of transport at a certain time or place in the logistic chain.
5. More and more, Electronic Data Interchange is used as a means to convey information concerning the movement of goods throughout the transport chain.
6. For tracing and tracking purposes, the concept "trade and transport status codes" has been introduced and UN/EDIFACT messages have been developed to contain this information.
7. In order to ensure consistency in the exchange of information concerning the status of goods, consignments and/or equipment, a common understanding of the concepts "Transport status" and "Status reason" is necessary (see the definitions in section V. A).
8. Users of the trade and transport status codes may choose codes to fulfil the business requirements to suit Transport status or Status reason as they wish.
9. Parties responsible for each stage of a trade transaction in a value chain are encouraged to use the Trade and Transport Codes in conjunction with other applicable UN Recommendations. These include:
UN Recommendation 8 - Unique Identification Code Methodology - UNIC
UN Recommendation 11 - Documentary aspects of the international transport of dangerous goods
UN Recommendation 16 - UN/LOCODE - Code for Ports and Other Locations
UN Recommendation 18 - Facilitation Measures related to International Trade Procedures
UN Recommendation 19 - Codes for Modes of Transport
UN Recommendation 21 - Codes for Types of Cargo, Packages and Packaging Materials.
C. General Considerations
10. Emerging technologies such as those offered through Electronic Business and the World Wide Web are having an increasing impact on the way business is being conducted.
11. The growth in the number of parties using the Internet for commercial or personal purposes will have significant impact on the level of goods being moved across international boundaries.
12. Despite increased numbers of consignments and goods, unnecessary delays can occur because of incorrect or insufficient information related to the clearance and handling of the goods. EDI is one application of information technology specifically designed to address this issue through the electronic exchange of information. International standards such as UN/EDIFACT incorporate the use of various international code lists, such as the Trade and Transport Status Codes. Similarly, other developments using the Internet such as electronic forms, may depend on the use of an international code list.
VI. MAINTENANCE AND UPDATING
13. This Recommendation shall be maintained on behalf of UN/CEFACT by the UN/CEFACT Codes Working Group (CDWG).
14. Proposals for updating this Recommendation should be addressed to the Trade Facilitation Section, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Palais des Nations, CH-1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland.
15. Draft revisions to the body text and/or code list of this Recommendation shall be issued by the CDWG when required and shall be made available on the CDWG Web page on the UN/CEFACT website at this address: http://www.uncefact.org/.
16. Draft revisions shall be subject to a public comment period of at least two months. UN/CEFACT Heads of Delegation shall be notified of the availability of a draft revision and the period for comment. Following the conclusion of the comment period, the CDWG shall address all comments received. Depending on the comments received, the CDWG shall issue a new draft revision or shall prepare a final revision for approval.
17. Final revisions of the body text of this Recommendation shall be approved by the UN/CEFACT Plenary.
18. Final revisions of the code list of this Recommendation shall be approved by the CDWG Plenary or in the case where the body text has also been revised, by the UN/CEFACT Plenary.
VII. CODE LIST PRESENTATION
19. The trade and transport code lists are annexed to this Recommendation, as follows:
Annex 2 Trade and transport status codes, listed in code value order.
Annex 3 Trade and transport status codes, listed in code name order.
20. The code lists are presented with the following columns:
Change indicator (CI)
a plus sign (+) for an addition
a hash sign (#) for changes to the code name
a vertical bar (|) for changes to the code description
a letter X (X) for marked for deletion in this edition (will not appear in the next edition)
Code value
3 alphanumeric code value
Code name
Code value name
Code description
Code value description


Annex 1
COUNTRIES AND ORGANIZATIONS IN ATTENDANCE
Countries and organizations in attendance at the UN/CEFACT session where this recommendation was approved.
Participants in the sixth UN/CEFACT session in March 2000 included representatives of the following countries: Albania, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Guatemala, Hungary, Iceland, India, Iran (Islamic Republic of), Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Republic of Korea, Romania, Russian Federation, Senegal, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Syrian Arab Republic, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States. The European Union (EU) was also represented.
The following intergovernmental organizations participated: the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), the Danube Commission (CD), the European Free Trade Association (EFTA), the League of Arab States, the Universal Postal Union (UPU), the World Customs Organization (WCO), and the World Trade Organization (WTO).
The following United Nations bodies were also represented: the United Nations Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention (UN/ODCCP), the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), and the World Bank.
The following non-governmental organizations participated: the United Towns Agency for North-South Cooperation, the International Railway Transport Committee (CIT), the International Article Numbering Association (EAN), the European Electronic Messaging Association (EEMA), the International Association of Ports and Harbours (IAPH), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), the International Multimodal Transport Association (IMTA), the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (S.W.I.F.T).
Observers present at the invitation of the secretariat included representatives of the Electronic Commerce Code Management Association (ECCMA), the Electronic Commerce Europe Association (ECEA), the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS), the Taipei EDIFACT Committee, and the Webforce International.


Annex 2
TRADE AND TRANSPORT STATUS CODES
Listed in code value order
CI Code Name
Description
#| 1 Arrival, completed
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport has
arrived.
| 2 Loading, authorized
Authorisation to load has been given.
#| 3 Arrival, in defective condition
The goods/consignment/equipment or a means of
transport has arrived in a defective condition.
#| 4 Defective equipment returned to service
The equipment previously the subject of a "defective
condition" status has been returned to service.
5 Process, begun
The process has begun.
| 6 Booking, completed
The goods/consignment/equipment or means of transport
has been booked.
| 7 Booking, cancelled
The booking of goods/consignment/equipment or means of
transport has been cancelled.
| 8 Cleared, import restrictions
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport
held for import restriction purposes, has been released
for import.
| 9 Cleared, export restrictions
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport
held for export restriction purposes, has been released
for export.
| 10 Cleared, by agriculture, food or fisheries authorities
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport has
been cleared by agriculture, food or fisheries
authorities.
| 11 Cleared, by port authority
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport has
been cleared by port authority.
| 12 Cleared, by customs
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport has
been cleared by customs.
#| 13 Collection/pick-up, completed
The goods/consignment/equipment has been collected /
picked-up.
14 Process, completed
The process has been completed.
| 15 Consolidated
The goods/consignments have been consolidated.
| 16 Crossed border
The goods/consignments/equipment/means of transport
has crossed a border.
#| 17 Customs clearance, refused
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport has
been refused to be cleared by the customs authorities.
| 18 Damaged in the course of transportation
The goods/consignment/equipment has been damaged in
the course of transportation.
#| 19 Equipment, damage quoted for
Damaged equipment has been assessed and a repair
quotation has been sent.
| 20 Delayed, in the course of transportation
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport has
been delayed in the course of transportation.
| 21 Delivery, completed
The goods/consignment/equipment has been delivered.
| 22 Delivery, completed as per instruction
Delivery of the goods/consignment/equipment has been
completed as per instruction.
#| 23 Delivery, not completed
Delivery of the goods/consignment/equipment has not
been completed.
| 24 Departure, completed
The means of transport has departed.
#| 25 Departure, delayed
The means of transport has been delayed in departure.
| 26 Deramped
The equipment has been removed from a position above
another type of equipment and/or on a means of transport.
| 27 Despatch, completed
The goods/consignment/equipment has been despatched.
| 28 Stripped
The goods/consignment/equipment has been unloaded from
a piece of equipment in which they were transported.
| 29 Discharged
The goods/consignment/equipment has been unloaded from
a means of transport.
| 30 Empty on inspection
The package/equipment has been found to be empty on
inspection.
| 31 En route
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport is
moving to destination.
#| 32 Equipment, returned from repair
The equipment has been returned from repair.
#| 33 Equipment, sent for repair
The equipment has been sent for repair.
| 34 Equipment, repaired
The equipment has been repaired.
| 35 Expedited to destination
The goods/consignment/equipment has been expedited to
a destination.
| 36 Not found
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport has
not been found.
| 37 Found
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport has
been found.
| 38 Freight paid
The freight charges have been paid.
#| 39 Released from bond
The goods/consignment/equipment has been released from
bond.
#| 40 Arrival, at port
The goods/consignment/equipment has arrived at the
port.
#| 41 Handed over under continued responsibility
The goods/consignment/equipment has been handed over
under responsibility of the same transport operator.
X 42 Handover delivered
The goods/consignments/equipment from one transport
operator have been passed to another transport operator.
(see also "handover".)
X 43 Handover received
The goods/consignments/equipment have been received by
one transport operator from another transport operator.
#| 44 Miss-routed consignment corrected
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport has
been re-routed to the correct destination.
#| 45 Arrival, consignee informed
The consignee has been informed of the arrival of the
goods/consignments/equipment/means of transport.
#| 46 Moved, into bond
The goods/consignment/equipment has been moved into
bond.
#| 47 Moved, into packing depot
The goods/consignment/equipment has been moved into a
packing depot.
#| 48 Loading, completed onto a means of transport
The goods/consignment/equipment has been loaded onto a
means of transport.
| 49 Lost
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport has
been lost.
| 50 Manifested
The goods/consignment/equipment has been included on a
manifest.
#| 51 Offloaded from a means of transport
The consignment has been offloaded from a means of
transport.
#| 53 Collection/pick-up, not completed
The goods/consignment/equipment expected has not been
collected/picked-up.
#| 54 Unidentifiable
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport
cannot be identified.
X 55 Not collected
The goods/consignments/equipment have not been
collected.
X 56 Delivery, not completed
The goods/consignment/equipment has not been
delivered.
#| 57 Not loaded onto a means of transport
The goods/consignment/equipment has not been loaded
onto a means of transport.
#| 58 Equipment, off hire
The equipment is no longer under lease.
| 59 Premature off load
The goods/consignment/equipment has been offloaded
prematurely from a means of transport.
#| 60 Equipment, on hire.
The equipment has been leased.
61 Outstanding claims settled
Outstanding claims in respect of the goods /
consignment/equipment have been settled.
| 62 Over landed
Unmanifested goods/consignments/equipment have been
discharged.
#| 63 Package not available for collection/pick-up
The package is not available for collection/pick-up.
#| 64 Collection/pick-up, awaited
The goods/consignment/equipment is awaiting
collection / pick-up.
#| 65 Equipment, plugged-in
The equipment has been plugged into a power source.
| 66 Plundered
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport has
been plundered.
#| 67 Positioned
The goods/consignment/equipment has been positioned.
| 68 Pre-informed
The party has been informed in advance.
#| 69 Disposed of
The goods/consignment/equipment has been disposed of.
| 70 Ramped equipment
The equipment has been placed above another type of
equipment and/or placed on a means of transport.
| 71 Ready for transportation
The goods/consignment/equipment is ready for
transportation.
#| 72 Receipt of goods fully acknowledged
The receipt of goods has been fully acknowledged.
#| 73 Receipt of goods partially acknowledged
The receipt of goods has been partially acknowledged.
| 74 Received
The goods/consignment/equipment have been received.
#| 75 Consignee changed
The consignee has been changed.
#| 76 Transport re-arranged
The transport of the goods/consignment/equipment has
been re-arranged.
* 77 Refused, action
The transport action has been refused.
| 78 Released
The goods/consignment/equipment has been released.
#| 79 Reloaded onto a means of transport
The goods/consignment/equipment has been reloaded onto
a means of transport.
#| 80 Returned as instructed
The goods/consignment/equipment has been returned as
instructed.
#| 81 Returned wrecked
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport has
been returned in a wrecked condition.
| 82 Returned
The goods/consignment/equipment has been returned.
| 83 Sealed equipment
The equipment has been sealed.
| 84 Service ordered
A service has been ordered.
| 85 Short landed
Goods/consignments/equipment manifested for discharge
have not been discharged.
| 86 Short shipped
The goods/consignment/equipment expected to be sent
has not been fully loaded onto a means of transport.
#| 87 Despatched, completed via a wrong route
The goods/consignment/equipment has been despatched
via a wrong route.
#| 88 Split consignment
The consignment of goods has been split.
| 89 Steam cleaned
The goods/equipment has been steam cleaned.
#| 90 Movement stopped
The movement of the goods/consignment/equipment has
been stopped.
| 91 Stored
The goods/consignment/equipment has been placed into
storage.
| 92 Stowed
The goods/consignment/equipment has been placed on a
means of transport.
| 93 Stuffed
The goods/consignments have been loaded into a piece
of equipment.
| 94 Stuffed and sealed
The goods/consignments have been loaded into a piece
of equipment and the equipment has been sealed.
#| 95 Sub-lease notice in
A sub-lease notice has been sent to the lessor.
#| 96 Sub-lease notice out
A sub-lease notice has been sent by the lessee.
#| 97 Damage surveyed
The goods/consignment/equipment has been surveyed to
assess the damage.
| 98 Transferred in
The goods/consignment/equipment has been transferred
in.
| 99 Transferred out
The goods/consignment/equipment has been transferred
out.
#| 100 Transshipment
The goods/consignment/equipment has been transferred
to another means of transport.
| 101 Transit delay
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport has
been delayed in transit.
| 102 Unknown
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport is
not known.
#| 103 Equipment, unplugged
The equipment has been removed from the power source.
#| 104 Delivery refused, to be re-arranged
The delivery of the goods has been refused and is to
be re-arranged.
#| 105 Delivery, postponed
A part or the whole of the delivery is postponed.
#| 106 Delivery refused
A part or the whole of the delivery is refused.
| 107 Anomaly on arrival
An anomaly has been found on arrival.
#| 108 Delivery claim
A claim has been made at delivery.
#| 109 Delivery, impossible, delivery notice left
Delivery has not been possible; a delivery notice has
been left.
#| 110 Delivery, impossible, no delivery notice left
Delivery has not been possible; no delivery notice has
been left.
| 111 Transport terminated
The transport has been terminated.
| 112 Held, at consignee"s disposal
The goods/consignment is held at consignee"s disposal
#| 113 Delivery, in progress
The delivery of the goods/consignment is in progress.
| 114 Delivery, accepted subject to further inspection
Delivery accepted subject to further inspection.
#| 115 Discrepancy
There is a discrepancy in the details.
#| 116 Export inhibited
Export is inhibited.
| 117 Missing
The goods/consignment/equipment is missing.
#| 118 Stowed on deck
The goods/consignment/equipment has been stowed on /
above deck.
#| 119 Unable to be located
The goods/consignment/equipment cannot be located.
| 120 Unacceptable condition
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport is
in an unacceptable condition.
#| 121 Stowed under deck
The goods/consignment/equipment has been stowed
under/below deck.
X 122 Pick-up
The goods/consignments/equipment have been picked-up.
#| 123 Accompanying documents delivered
All documents accompanying the cargo have been
delivered.
#| 124 For transfer
The consignment is to be transferred.
| 125 No status
No status information is available.
| 126 Customs clearance, in progress
Customs clearance is in progress.
#| 127 Departed, completed on a means of transport
The goods/consignment/equipment has departed on a
means of transport.
#| 128 Awaiting customs import release
Awaiting customs release for import.
| 129 In-bond movement
The goods/consignment/equipment are moving under bond.
| 130 Consignment received from shipper
The consignment has been received from shipper.
#| 131 For transfer, to another carrier
The consignment is to be transferred to another
carrier.
#| 132 Loading, in progress
The goods/consignment/equipment is being loaded onto a
means of transport.
#| 133 Special loading operations
Operations related to special loading of goods /
consignment/equipment.
| 134 Embarking passengers
The embarkation of passengers.
#| 135 Unloading, in progress
The goods/consignment/equipment is being unloaded from
a means of transport.
#| 136 Special unloading
Operations related to special unloading of goods /
consignment/equipment.
| 137 Disembarking passengers
The disembarkation of passengers.
#| 138 Relocation of a means of transport
Relocating of a means of transport.
#| 139 Manoeuvring operations, entering port
Manoeuvring operations connected with entering the
port.
#| 140 Manoeuvring operations, leaving port
Manoeuvring operations connected with leaving the
port.
#| 141 Manoeuvring operations, within the port
Manoeuvring operations connected with movement within
the port.
#| 142 Means of transport, under preparation
Preparation for handling of the means of transport.
| 143 Ballast loading
Loading of ballast.
| 144 Ballast unloading
Unloading of ballast.
#| 145 Cargo space under preparation
Preparation of the cargo space of the means of
transport.
| 146 Provisioning
Provision of supplies for a means of transport.
#| 147 Provisioning, fuel
Provision of fuel for a means of transport.
#| 148 Provisioning, water
Provision of water for a means of transport.
#| 149 Provisioning, oil
Provision of oil for a means of transport.
#| 150 Provisioning, food
Provision of food for a means of transport.
#| 151 Sanitary operations
Operations related to sanitary conditions.
#| 152 Fumigation operations
Operations related to fumigation of the means of
transport.
#| 153 Disinfestation operations
Operations related to disinfestation of the means of
transport.
#| 154 Deratization operations
Operations related to deratization of the means of
transport.
#| 155 Degasation operations
Operations related to the removal of unwanted gas.
#| 156 Crew recruitment operation
Operation related to recruitment of crew.
#| 157 Training operations
Operations related to training.
#| 158 Salvage operations
Operations related to salvage work.
#| 159 Loading, alongside
Loading the goods when the means of transport is
alongside.
X 160 Loading, on board
Loading the goods on board.
#| 161 Loading, at anchor
Loading the goods when the means of transport is at
anchor.
#| 162 Unloading, at wharf
Unloading the goods when the means of transport is at
the wharf.
X 163 Unloading on board
Unloading the goods from the vessel.
#| 164 Unloading, at anchor
Unloading the goods when the means of transport is at
anchor.
#| 165 Loading and unloading, simultaneously
Loading and unloading operations simultaneously.
#| 166 Idle time operations
Operations during idle time pending a scheduled event.
| 167 Technical operations
Operations of a technical nature.
| 168 Compass calibration
Operations related to calibration of a compass.
#| 169 Document, clearance operation
Operation related to clearance of a document.
#| 170 Customs formalities operation
Operation related to customs formalities.
#| 171 Medical control operations
Medical control operations related to the crew.
#| 172 Loading, preparation for
Preparation for the loading of the goods.
#| 174 Unloading, preparation for
Preparation for the unloading of the goods.
#| 175 Unloading, polluted ballast
Unloading of polluted ballast.
#| 176 Obtaining documents from shipping register
Operations related to obtaining documents from the
shipping register.
#| 177 Obtaining wreckage documentation
Operations related to obtaining documents for a
wrecked means of transport.
| 178 Waiting, to enter or leave
Waiting to enter or leave.
179 Waiting, for a pilot
Waiting for an available pilot.
180 Waiting, for a tug
Waiting for an available tug.
#| 181 Waiting, for day light
Waiting for day light hours.
# 182 Waiting, due to meteorological circumstances
Waiting due to meteorological circumstances.
183 Waiting, to form a convoy
Waiting to form a convoy.
#| 184 Waiting, for action by authorities
Waiting for action to be taken by authorities.
185 Waiting, due to a ban
Waiting due to a ban.
#| 186 Waiting, for entry permission
Waiting for entry permission from the authorities.
187 Waiting, due to an action taken by authorities
Waiting due to an action taken by the authorities.
#| 188 Waiting, due to the terms of charter
Waiting due to terms of the charter.
| 189 Waiting, for a location
Waiting for a location.
#| 190 Waiting, for cargo
Waiting for cargo.
#| 191 Waiting, for workers
Waiting for workers.
#| 192 Waiting, for storage area
Waiting for a storage area.
| 193 Waiting, for equipment
Waiting for equipment.
| 194 Waiting, for other means of transport
Waiting for other means of transport.
#| 195 Waiting, for handling equipment
Waiting for handling equipment.
#| 196 Waiting, for on board handling equipment
Waiting for onboard handling equipment.
#| 197 Waiting, for cargo to be ready for loading
Waiting due to the cargo not being ready to be
loaded/handled.
#| 198 Waiting, for means of transport to be ready
Waiting due to the means of transport not being ready.
#| 199 Waiting, due to damaged cargo
Waiting because cargo was damaged.
#| 200 Waiting, for operational periods
Waiting due to being outside the period of operation.
#| 201 Waiting, for repair and/or maintenance of the means of
transport
Waiting due to repairs and/or maintenance to the means
of transport.
#| 202 Waiting, for repair and/or maintenance of handling
equipment
Waiting due to repairs and/or maintenance of handling
equipment.
#| 203 Embarking passengers from tender
The embarkation of passengers from a tender.
| 204 Waiting, for a counter convoy to pass
Waiting due to passage of counter convoy.
#| 205 Delivery address outside delivery area
The address for delivery is outside the area of the
carrier/transport operator.
# 206 Arrival, after means of transport departed
The goods/consignment/equipment has arrived after the
means of transport has departed.
#| 207 Delivery refused, agent
The agent refused to accept delivery.
* 208 Seals, replaced
The seals on the equipment have been replaced.
#| 209 Delivery, scheduled
The delivery has been scheduled.
#| 210 Delivery, unsuccessful attempt
An unsuccessful attempt has been made to deliver the
goods/consignment/equipment.
#| 211 Delivery, business closed
The goods/consignment/equipment could not be delivered
as the business was closed.
#| 212 Delivery, changed schedule
The goods/consignment/equipment cannot be delivered at
the arranged time because of a change of schedule.
#| 213 Delivery, further address needed
A further address is needed to effect delivery of the
goods/consignment/equipment.
#| 214 Computer system not in operation
The computer system is not in operation.
#| 215 Delivery, awaiting credit approval
Delivery on a credit base is requested.
#| 216 Delivery, awaiting customer arrangements
The goods/consignment/equipment require delivery
arrangements by the customer.
X 218 Damaged
The goods/consignments/equipment have been damaged.
#| 219 Delivery, at specified dates/times/periods
Delivery of the goods/consignment/equipment is
requested at specified dates/times/periods.
| 220 Destination incorrect
The goods/consignment/equipment has been sent to an
incorrect destination.
| 222 Derailment
The train has been derailed.
X 223 Discrepancy
There is a discrepancy in the details of goods /
equipment.
#| 224 Delivery, industrial dispute
The goods/consignment/equipment cannot be delivered
due to an industrial dispute.
#| 225 Operation affected by customer action
An operation has been affected by an action of the
customer.
#| 227 Delivery, equipment failure
The goods/consignment/equipment cannot be delivered
due to a failure in the equipment.
#| 228 Inspection required by authority
An inspection of the goods/equipment is required by an
authority.
#| 229 Export suspended
The goods/consignment/equipment has been suspended
from export pending further investigation.
| 231 Missing, goods unit
The goods unit is missing.
#| 232 Import suspended
The goods/consignment/equipment has been suspended
from import pending further investigation.
#| 233 Incorrect picklist
The goods/consignment/equipment was not collection /
pick-up due to an incorrect picklist.
X 234 Incorrect address
The address given was incorrect.
#| 235 Industrial dispute
An industrial dispute has happened.
#| 236 Waiting, for instructions
Waiting for further instructions.
#| 238 Means of transport, damaged
The means of transport has been damaged.
| 239 Mechanical breakdown
There has been a mechanical breakdown of the means of
transport/equipment.
#| 240 Mechanical inspection required
A mechanical inspection of the means of transport /
equipment is required.
* 241 Missing, document
The document for the goods/consignments/equipment is
missing.
#| 242 New delivery arrangements advised
New delivery arrangements have been advised.
| 243 No recipient contact information
No contact information available concerning the
recipient.
#| 247 Collection/pick-up, package not available
The package is not available for collection/pick-up.
| 248 Package tracking number unknown
The package tracking number is unknown.
#| 250 Transport payment not received
The transport payment has not been received.
#| 251 Refused, non-payment by payer
Payer refused to make the payment.
#| 253 Refused, no reason given
The transport action/documentation has been refused
without a reason given.
* 254 Delivery, scheduled past cut-off time
The goods/consignment/equipment to be delivered has
been scheduled past the cut-off time.
| 255 Shunted to siding
The means of transport has been shunted to a siding.
256 Signature not required
A signature is not required.
| 258 Special service required
A special service is required.
| 260 Tracking information unavailable
The tracking information is unavailable.
#| 265 Reason unknown
The reason is unknown.
* 266 Delivery, adverse weather conditions
Adverse weather conditions have affected delivery.
#| 267 Free storage time expired
The goods/consignment/equipment has been in a storage
facility for longer than the permitted free time.
#| 269 Delivery, consignee absent
The goods/consignment/equipment cannot be delivered as
the consignee was absent.
#| 270 Delayed operation, local circumstances
The operation is delayed due to local circumstances.
#| 271 Delayed operation, consignee"s instructions
The operation is delayed awaiting consignee"s
instructions.
#| 272 Delayed operation, consignor"s instructions
The operation is delayed awaiting consignor"s
instructions.
#| 273 Delayed operation, various reasons
The operation is delayed due to various reasons.
| 274 Incomplete address
The address is incomplete.
#| 275 Delivery refused, purchase order cancelled
The delivery was refused as the purchase order has
been cancelled.
#| 276 Delivery refused, return to the consignor
The delivery was refused and the goods/consignment /
equipment will be returned to the consignor.
#| 277 Delivery refused, inconsistent with purchase order
The delivery was refused as an inconsistency with the
purchase order was found.
#| 278 Delivery refused, incorrect delivery date
The delivery was refused as the delivery date was
incorrect.
#| 279 Delivery refused, automatic return
The delivery was refused and the goods/consignment /
equipment is automatically returned as instructed.
#| 280 Delivery refused, duplicate delivery
The delivery was refused because of duplicate
delivery.
#| 281 Delivery refused, instructions requested
The delivery was refused and instructions are
requested.
#| 282 Delivery refused, consignee"s condition
The delivery was refused due to the consignee"s
condition.
#| 283 Delivery refused, delivery incomplete
The delivery was refused due to incomplete delivery.
#| 284 Delivery refused, not ordered
The delivery was refused as the goods/consignment /
equipment had not been ordered.
#| 285 Delivery refused, remainder not accepted
The delivery of the remaining goods was not accepted.
#| 286 Delivery refused, spoilt state
The delivery was refused as the goods/consignment /
equipment was in a spoilt state.
| 287 Missing, content
The content is missing.
#| 288 Not on package list
The goods/consignment is not on the package list.
X 290 Unidentified parcel
A parcel cannot be identified.
#| 291 Delivery refused, collect freight charges not paid
The delivery was refused as the collect freight charge
were not paid.
#| 292 Delivery refused, reimbursement not paid
The delivery was refused as the reimbursement was not
paid.
X 293 Instructions awaited: supply not ordered
Instructions are awaited as the supply was not
ordered.
X 294 Instructions awaited: too late
Instructions are awaited as the goods were presented
too late.
#| 295 Delivery refused, opened
The delivery was refused as the goods/consignment was
found to be opened.
X 296 Refused internally wet parcel
A parcel was refused as it spoiled internally by a
liquid.
#| 297 Delivery refused, commercial dispute
The delivery was refused because of a commercial
dispute.
#| 298 Delivery refused, error on product or packaging
The delivery was refused as an error was found on
product or packaging.
#| 299 Delivery refused, delivery date/time changed
The delivery was refused as the delivery date or time
has been changed.
#| 300 Document, received without goods
A document for a consignment has been received without
the corresponding goods.
#| 301 Goods, received without documentation
Goods/consignment has been received without the
corresponding documentation.
#| 302 Overcarried consignment
The consignment has been overcarried.
| 306 Document, found
The document has been found.
+ 307 Damaged but deliverable
The goods/consignment/equipment has been damaged but
delivery can be completed.
+ 308 Spoilt
The goods/consignment/equipment is spoilt.
+ 309 Packaging/equipment opened
The packaging/equipment has been opened.
+ 310 Processed as contractually agreed
The goods/consignment/equipment has been processed as
contractually agreed.
+ 311 Claim folder opened
A claim folder has been opened.
+ 312 Moved, completed
The goods/consignment/equipment has been moved.
+ 313 Returned by recipient
The goods/consignment/equipment has been returned by
the recipient.
+ 314 Delayed, at origin
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport has
been delayed at the origin.
+ 315 Held, by logistic service provider
The goods/consignment/equipment has been held by the
logistic service provider.
+ 316 Incident occurred but accepted by ordering party
An incident has occurred but has been accepted by the
ordering party.
+ 317 Delivery party" premises closed during normal hours
The premises of the delivery party were closed during
normal hours.
+ 318 Delivery incomplete, time shortage
The delivery of the goods/consignment/equipment could
not be completed due to a shortage of time to handle the
delivery.
+ 319 Despatch, preparation error
An error occurred during the preparation of the
despatch.
+ 320 Undefined incident attributed to logistic server provider
An undefined incident has occurred which has been
attributed to the logistic service provider.
+ 321 Instruction to despatch, received
The instruction to despatch has been received.
+ 322 Despatch, under preparation
The despatch of the goods/consignment/equipment is in
preparation.
+ 323 Return in progress
The goods/consignment/equipment is being returned.
+ 324 Instruction to despatch, cancelled
The instruction to despatch has been cancelled.
+ 325 Delivery refused, by recipient
The delivery of the goods/consignment/equipment has
been refused by the recipient.
+ 326 Goods, held by third party on instruction from owner
Goods are held under control of a third party
following an instruction from the owner of the goods.
+ 327 Weight or volume loss
The goods have suffered a weight or volume loss.
+ 328 Moved, internally
The goods/consignment/equipment has been moved
internally.
+ 329 Consignment partially stolen
The consignment has been partially stolen.
+ 330 Consignment partially lost or missing
The consignment is partially lost or missing.
+ 331 Destroyed
The goods/consignment/equipment has been destroyed.
+ 332 Action by logistics service provider
An action was taken by the logistics service provider.
+ 333 Action by logistics service provider on instruction by
owner
An action was taken by the logistics service provider
as instructed by owner of the goods.
+ 334 Document, refused
The document has been refused.
+ 335 Seals, damaged
The seals on the equipment have been damaged.
+ 336 Seals, broken
The seals on the equipment have been broken.
+ 337 Seals, tampered
The seals on the equipment have been tampered.
+ 338 Collection/pick-up, business closed
The goods/consignment/equipment could not be
collected/picked-up as the business was closed.
+ 339 Collection/pick-up, changed schedule
The goods/consignment/equipment cannot be collected /
picked-up at the arranged time because of a change of
schedule.
+ 340 Collection/pick-up, further address needed
A further address is needed to effect collection /
pick-up of the goods/consignment/equipment.
+ 341 Collection/pick-up, industrial dispute
The goods/consignment/equipment cannot be collected /
picked-up due to an industrial dispute.
+ 342 Collection/pick-up, equipment failure
The goods/consignment/equipment cannot be collected /
picked-up due to a failure in the equipment.
+ 343 Document, incorrect
The document for the goods/consignments/equipment is
incorrect.
+ 344 Collection/pick-up, scheduled past cut-off time
The goods/consignment/equipment to be collected /
picked-up has been scheduled past the cut-off time.
+ 345 Collection/pick-up, adverse weather conditions
Adverse weather conditions have affected collection /
pick-up.
+ 346 Unloading, completed from a means of transport
The goods/consignment/equipment has been unloaded from
a means of transport.


Annex 3
TRADE AND TRANSPORT STATUS CODES
Listed in code name order
CI Name
Description Code
#| Accompanying documents delivered 123
All documents accompanying the cargo have been
delivered.
+ Action by logistics service provider 332
An action was taken by the logistics service
provider.
+ Action by logistics service provider on instruction by 333
owner
An action was taken by the logistics service provider
as instructed by owner of the goods.
| Anomaly on arrival 107
An anomaly has been found on arrival.
# Arrival, after means of transport departed 206
The goods/consignment/equipment has arrived after the
means of transport has departed.
#| Arrival, at port 40
The goods/consignment/equipment has arrived at the
port.
#| Arrival, completed 1
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport
has arrived.
#| Arrival, consignee informed 45
The consignee has been informed of the arrival of the
goods/consignments/equipment/means of transport.
#| Arrival, in defective condition 3
The goods/consignment/equipment or a means of
transport has arrived in a defective condition.
#| Awaiting customs import release 128
Awaiting customs release for import.
| Ballast loading 143
Loading of ballast.
| Ballast unloading 144
Unloading of ballast.
| Booking, cancelled 7
The booking of goods/consignment/equipment or means
of transport has been cancelled.
| Booking, completed 6
The goods/consignment/equipment or means of transport
has been booked.
#| Cargo space under preparation 145
Preparation of the cargo space of the means of
transport.
+ Claim folder opened 311
A claim folder has been opened.
| Cleared, by agriculture, food or fisheries authorities 10
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport
has been cleared by agriculture, food or fisheries
authorities.
| Cleared, by customs 12
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport
has been cleared by customs.
| Cleared, by port authority 11
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport
has been cleared by port authority.
| Cleared, export restrictions 9
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport
held for export restriction purposes, has been released
for export.
| Cleared, import restrictions 8
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport
held for import restriction purposes, has been released
for import.
+ Collection/pick-up, adverse weather conditions 345
Adverse weather conditions have affected collection /
pick-up.
#| Collection/pick-up, awaited 64
The goods/consignment/equipment is awaiting
collection/pick-up.
+ Collection/pick-up, business closed 338
The goods/consignment/equipment could not be
collected/picked-up as the business was closed.
+ Collection/pick-up, changed schedule 339
The goods/consignment/equipment cannot be collected /
picked-up at the arranged time because of a change of
schedule.
#| Collection/pick-up, completed 13
The goods/consignment/equipment has been collected /
picked-up.
+ Collection/pick-up, equipment failure 342
The goods/consignment/equipment cannot be collected /
picked-up due to a failure in the equipment.
+ Collection/pick-up, further address needed 340
A further address is needed to effect
collection/pick-up of the goods/consignment/equipment.
+ Collection/pick-up, industrial dispute 341
The goods/consignment/equipment cannot be collected /
picked-up due to an industrial dispute.
#| Collection/pick-up, not completed 53
The goods/consignment/equipment expected has not been
collected/picked-up.
#| Collection/pick-up, package not available 247
The package is not available for collection/pick-up.
+ Collection/pick-up, scheduled past cut-off time 344
The goods/consignment/equipment to be collected /
picked-up has been scheduled past the cut-off time.
| Compass calibration 168
Operations related to calibration of a compass.
#| Computer system not in operation 214
The computer system is not in operation.
#| Consignee changed 75
The consignee has been changed.
+ Consignment partially lost or missing 330
The consignment is partially lost or missing.
+ Consignment partially stolen 329
The consignment has been partially stolen.
| Consignment received from shipper 130
The consignment has been received from shipper.
| Consolidated 15
The goods/consignments have been consolidated.
#| Crew recruitment operation 156
Operation related to recruitment of crew.
| Crossed border 16
The goods/consignments/equipment/means of transport
has crossed a border.
| Customs clearance, in progress 126
Customs clearance is in progress.
#| Customs clearance, refused 17
The goods/consignment/equipment/means of transport
has been refused to be cleared by the customs
authorities.
#| Customs formalities operation 170
Operation related to customs formalities.
#| Damage surveyed 97
The goods/consignment/equipment has been surveyed to
assess the damage.
X Damaged 218
The goods/consignments/equipment have been damaged.
+ Damaged but deliverable 307
The goods/consignment/equipment has been damaged but
delivery can be completed.
| Damaged in the course of transportation 18
The goods/consignment/equipment has been damaged in
the course of transportation.
#| Defective equipment returned to service 4
The equipment previously the subject of a "defective
condition" status has been returned to service.
#| Degasation operations 155
Operations related to the removal of unwanted gas.
#| Delayed operation, consignee"s instructions 271
The operation is delayed awaiting consignee"s
instructions.
#| Delayed operation, consignor"s instructions 272
The operation is delayed awaiting consignor"s
instructions.
#| Delayed operation, local circumstances 270
The operation is delaye

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