GA Canadian Grain Information
To transmit the transportation and distribution requirements of grain at Canadian ports
Code indicating whether product has been fumigated and/or cleaned
Code describing a commodity or group of commodities
GA02 is required on the first occurrence of the segment and for each new occurrence of a different commodity code.
GA02 contains the Canadian Grain Commission Commodity Code for terminal elevator accounting.
Code indicating whether product has been inspected and/or weighed
Code qualifying the Reference Identification
Reference information as defined for a particular Transaction Set or as specified by the Reference Identification Qualifier
GA05 is used for grain block number.
Week expressed as year/week (YYWW); week is an integer between 1 and 53 inclusive
GA06 is used for crop week.
Code specifying the unloading terminal elevator at grain exporting terminals
Date expressed as CCYYMMDD
GA08 is used for the unload date.
A generic number
GA09 will contain the number of cars being claimed for incentive rate.
Canadian Grain Commission grain code identifying the type of grain that must be separated
Code identifying the Canadian Wheat Board market class of the grain
Code identifying Canadian Wheat Board market class type
Code indicating a Yes or No condition or response
If GA13 is equal to "Y" then this is a direct hit to departure wharf for vessel loading. If "N" this is to be unloaded at terminal and GA14 is required to identify the terminal or staging area prior to vessel loading.
Code which identifies a specific location
P1415: If either GA-14 or GA-15 is present, then the other is required
GA14 is the terminal or staging area name.
Code (Standard State/Province) as defined by appropriate government agency
Code to qualify percent
P1617: If either GA-16 or GA-17 is present, then the other is required
Percentage expressed as a decimal