COSTOR Container stuffing/stripping order

TBG3 Transport

Order that specified goods/consignments are to be stuffed into (already or still to be delivered) or stripped from LCL-containers. This message is part of a total set of container-related messages. These messages serve to facilitate the intermodal handling of containers by streamlining the information exchange. The business scenario for the container messages is clarified in a separate document, called: 'Guide to the scenario of EDIFACT container messages'.

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Position
Segment
Name
Max use
  1. A service segment starting and uniquely identifying a message. The message type code for the Container stuffing/stripping order message is COSTOR. Note: Container stuffing/stripping order messages conforming to this document must contain the following data in segment UNH, composite S009: Data element 0065 COSTOR 0052 D 0054 19B 0051 UN

  2. A segment to indicate the beginning of a message and to transmit identifying number and the further specification of the message type (in data element 1001: Document name code), such as Stuffing order, Stripping order.

  3. A segment to indicate date and/or time applying to the whole message, such as date and time of document or message issue.

  4. A segment to specify free form or processable supplementary information, such as: - special instructions

  5. Segment group 1
    Repeat 9
    1. A segment to express a reference which applies to the entire message, such as: - stuffing/stripping order reference number - carrier's agent reference number - reference to previous message - reference at return address

    2. A segment to indicate date and/or time related to the reference.

  6. Segment group 2
    Repeat 1
    1. A segment to indicate the main carriage stage of the transport, such as carrier/liner service; also vessel/voyage details or inland transport details can be specified.

      040 D5(040,030) If first, then all
    2. A segment to indicate date(s) and time(s) related to the main carriage

    3. A segment to provide a reference for the liner service, such as: - conference - marketing organization - syndicate - vessel sharing agreement.

  7. Segment group 3
    Repeat 9
    1. A segment to indicate a place/port corresponding to the transport stage, such as place/port of departure.

    2. A segment to specify date(s) and time(s) related to a location.

  8. Segment group 4
    Repeat 9
    1. A segment to identify the party's name and address, and function, such as: - message recipient - message sender - shipper (importer or exporter) - carrier agent (sea - empty equipment return party

    2. Segment group 5
      Repeat 9
      1. A segment to identify a person or department for contact purposes, such as: - information contact

      2. A segment to identify a communication number of a person or department to whom communication should be directed.

  9. Segment group 6
    Repeat 99999
    1. A segment to specify a container, container size and type and other details.

    2. A segment to specify a reference relating to the equipment, such as: - upper serial equipment number of range - lower serial equipment number of range - container sequence number - container prefix - reference at place of positioning

    3. A segment to specify the number of containers of the same size and type in case of equipment guidelines.

    4. A segment to specify a date/time relating to the equipment, such as: - ultimate stuffing/stripping date/time - estimated positioning date and/or time

    5. A segment to specify special instructions and/or services regarding the container, such as: off-dimensions, Customs clearance.

    6. A segment to specify ports or locations associated with the sea transport of a container, such as: - place of discharge - transhipment place

    7. A segment to specify non-standard dimensions applicable to the container, such as: - external equipment dimensions

    8. A segment to specify handling instructions related to the container equipment.

    9. Segment group 7
      Repeat 9
      1. A segment to specify a related address or party, such as: - container operator - final place of positioning

      2. A segment to indicate the date/time on which the stuffing or stripping action is to take place.

    10. Segment group 8
      Repeat 999
      1. A segment to specify dangerous goods.

      2. A segment to specify an additional dangerousgoods attribute relating to this hazard such as such as UNDG extension code, proper shipping name or others.

      3. A segment to specify supplementary details regarding the dangerous goods such as the technical name of the dangerous goods etc.

      4. A segment to specify measurements of the dangerous goods, such as: - net net weight.

      5. Segment group 9
        Repeat 9
        1. A segment to identify a person or department to be contacted regarding the dangerous goods.

        2. A segment to specify communication details of the contact specified in the CTA segment.

    11. Segment group 10
      Repeat 9
      1. A segment to specify the type of transport related temperature such as storage, transport or operating temperature and also to optionally specify a single value temperature setting.

      2. A segment to optionally specify the transport related temperature as a range of values.

  10. Segment group 11
    Repeat 99999
    1. A segment to identify a consignment to be stuffed or stripped (consignment number).

    2. A segment to specify reference numbers for the consignment, such as: - booking reference number - waybill number - order number

    3. A segment to specify party details relative to the consignment, such as: - consignor - consignee - original shipper

    4. Segment group 12
      Repeat 99999
      1. A segment to identify a goods item within a consignment.

      2. A segment to specify handling instructions relating to the goods item, such as: - hazardous cargo - cooled or frozen goods indication

      3. Segment group 13
        Repeat 9
        1. A segment to specify a temperature setting for a goods item.

        2. A segment to specify a temperature range setting for a goods item.

      4. A segment to specify the goods description of the goods item, and any special instructions, such as: - description of goods - stripping instructions - container loading remarks (stuffing)

      5. A segment to specify a date/time relating to the goods item, such as: - expected goods positioning date/time

      6. Segment group 14
        Repeat 9
        1. A segment to identify a party relative to the goods item, such as: - consolidator

        2. A segment to specify the date/time when goods may be expected to arrive at the place of stuffing or stripping.

      7. A segment to specify the weight and/or volume of the goods item.

      8. A segment to specify marks and numbers for the goods item.

      9. A segment to specify documents relating to the goods item, such as relevant permits.

      10. Segment group 15
        Repeat 999
        1. A segment to identify a container in which goods are (to be) transported.

        2. A segment to specify the gross weight of that portion of the goods item in the container.

      11. Segment group 16
        Repeat 999
        1. A segment to indicate the dangerous goods regulations for the corresponding mode of transport, class of dangerous goods, additional dangerous goods code, UN-number and shipment flash point.

        2. A segment to specify an additional dangerousgoods attribute relating to this hazard such as such as UNDG extension code, proper shipping name or others.

        3. A segment to specify the dangerous goods technical name and additional free form dangerous goods instructions.

        4. A segment to specify the weight and/or volume of dangerous goods.

        5. Segment group 17
          Repeat 9
          1. A segment to identify a person or department to be contacted regarding the dangerous goods.

          2. A segment to specify communication details of the contact specified in the CTA segment.

        6. Segment group 18
          Repeat 999
          1. A segment to identify a container in which the dangerous goods item is (to be) transported.

          2. A segment to specify the weight of the dangerous goods in the container.

  11. A segment to specify the number of containers in the message, explicitly given by the sender.

  12. A service segment ending a message, giving the total number of segments in the message (including the UNH & UNT) and the control reference number of the message.

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