CUSRES Customs response

TBG4 Customs

This Customs Response Message (CUSRES) permits the transfer of data from a customs administration:

- to acknowledge the receipt of the message - to indicate whether the information received is correct or if there are errors (i.e. accepted without errors, accepted with errors, rejected, etc.) - to inform the sender of the status of the customs declaration (i.e. goods released, goods for examination, documents required, etc.) - to transmit additional information as agreed between parties (i.e. tax information, quantity information, etc.) - to respond to batched messages (i.e. CUSDEC, CUSCAR, CUSREP, CUSEXP).

Note: this message is not meant to replace the functionality of the CONTRL message.

Header

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

  2. A segment identifying the type and the reference number of the message to which the CUSRES is a response.

  3. A segment identifying the relevant dates and times in the message. For example, payment date.

  4. A segment stating information in unsolicited clear text.

  5. A segment to specify any means of transport that is related to all information at the lower level of the message.

    040 D5(040,030) If first, then all
  6. A segment to identify a country and/or place and/or location information related to the whole message.

  7. A segment identifying the various customs processing indicators. For example, cargo released, cargo held, examination required, earlier message accepted or rejected, etc.

  8. A segment identifying equipment initials and numbers required to identify a shipment, covering the whole message, e.g. to indicate the container number that Customs wants to examine.

  9. Segment group 1
    Repeat 99
    1. A segment to identify the name and/or address of the party related to all information at the lower level of the message. For example, the importer.

    2. Segment group 2
      Repeat 9
      1. A segment to identify a person or a department to whom communication should be directed.

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

  10. Segment group 3
    Repeat 999
    1. A segment identifying references (e.g. manifest number).

    2. A segment identifying a date related to the preceding RFF.

    3. A segment identifying a location related to the preceding RFF.

  11. Segment group 4
    Repeat 99999
    1. A segment identifying the location of an application error within the referenced message.

    2. A segment to provide the references related to the application error.

    3. A segment identifying the type of application errors within a message.

    4. A segment to provide explanation and/or supplementary information related to the specified application error.

  12. Segment group 5
    Repeat 99
    1. A segment identifying the tax and/or duty and/or fee type, rate and base totals for all customs declarations.

    2. A segment to identify a tax and/or duty and/or fee amount related to TAX.

    3. A segment identifying method of payment.

  13. Segment group 6
    Repeat 99999
    1. A segment to identify the master bill number reported in a multi-consignment message. This segment can also be used to identify the Customs declaration where the CUSRES is responding to multiple declarations.

    2. A segment identifying number and type of packages.

    3. A segment identifying a particular reference, e.g. house of bill number, master bill number.

    4. A segment identifying marking and labels on individual shipping or packing units.

    5. A segment to provide the goods description.

    6. A segment to identify any means of transport that is related to a part of the information in the message. For example, when one CUSRES message contains more than one release note.

      040 D5(040,030) If first, then all
    7. A segment identifying the places relevant to the item, which is different from the places identified at header level. For example, customs house of entry, warehouse, etc.

    8. A segment identifying necessary dates.

    9. A segment identifying customs processing indicator at item level.

    10. Segment identifying various measurement values.

    11. A segment identifying equipment initials and numbers.

    12. Segment group 7
      Repeat 9
      1. A segment identifying information about a party related only to a part of the message. For example, in a message with several release notes or in a message related to several declarations, a customs agent and the person responsible for the information.

      2. Segment group 8
        Repeat 9
        1. A segment to identify a person or a department to whom communication should be directed.

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

    13. Segment group 9
      Repeat 99
      1. A segment identifying the monetary amount.

      2. Segment group 10
        Repeat 9
        1. A segment identifying currencies and the rate of exchange for a monetary amount identified within this group.

        2. A segment identifying a date related to the rate of exchange.

    14. Segment group 11
      Repeat 99
      1. A segment identifying tax/duty/fee related to a single customs declaration.

      2. A segment identifying tax/duty/fee amounts related to TAX.

      3. A segment identifying the methods of payment related to TAX.

    15. Segment group 12
      Repeat 9999
      1. A segment identifying goods in terms of customs identities, status and intended use.

      2. A segment to specify the goods description.

      3. Segment group 13
        Repeat 999999
        1. A segment identifying the tax and/or duty and/or fee type, rate and base for customs item amounts.

        2. A segment identifying a tax and/or duty and/or fee amount related to TAX.

        3. A segment identifying method of payment.

        4. A segment to identify measurements related to the calculation of the customs duties.

        5. A segment to identify reference numbers related to the tax calculations (e.g. reference number for VAT free allowance).

    16. Segment group 14
      Repeat 9999
      1. A segment identifying the location of an application error.

      2. A segment to provide the references related to the application error.

      3. A segment identifying the type of application errors.

      4. A segment to provide explanation and/or supplementary information related to the specified application error.

  14. A segment to identify control totals.

  15. Segment group 15
    Repeat 9
    1. A segment containing the result of the algorithm permitting the verification of the authenticity of the sender and the integrity of the data.

    2. A segment identifying a date associated with the preceding AUT.

  16. 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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