Add-Ons EDIFACT Messages

UN/EDIFACT Message CONDRO ( Drawing organisation message )
The message CONDRO is intended to describe the general (project) organisation and structure, valid for a whole project or environment. The whole process of exchanging engineering or CAD (Computer Aided Design) files between different parties within one project will be supported by EDIFACT messages. The message CONDRO is one of these messages.

UN/EDIFACT Message CONEST ( Establishment of contract message )
Upon completion of the tendering process, there is a requirement for the client or his representative to formally establish and issue the contractual Bill of Quantities. This documentation becomes the contractual basis for all future work and payment for the project.

UN/EDIFACT Message CONITT ( Invitation to tender message )
At the pre-construction stage of a construction project, the Client will wish to appoint a contractor to execute the works. The first step in this appointment process is to issue an invitation to tender (ITT) to contractors this will require a commercial offer to be made by the contractor to the client.

UN/EDIFACT Message CONPVA ( Payment valuation message )
Typically this message will be used between a contractor and the client's representative, during the process of approving the value and payment for work completed for a given period of time.

UN/EDIFACT Message CONQVA ( Quantity valuation message )
Typically, this message will be used for a contractor to submit progress details to a client or his representative. The message will be used also for subsets of the project where work has been contracted out to other parties. In these cases the exchange would be between the subcontractor and the party that subcontracted the work.

UN/EDIFACT Message CONRPW ( Response of pending works message )
This message is a reply to a CONAPW message and enables service providers to respond to a contractor giving details of any services and networks in the location where construction work is to be undertaken.

UN/EDIFACT Message CONTEN ( Tender message )
Following the receipt of an invitation to tender (ITT), a Main Contractor or subcontractor will submit a tender which is a commercial offer to execute the project work defined in the Bill of Quantities (BoQ) within the ITT.

UN/EDIFACT Message CONWQD ( Work item quantity determination message )
Typically this message will be used between a contractor and the client's representative or other partners within the construction process, for justifying the work item quantities given in messages that describe the work items or their progress valuations.

UN/EDIFACT Message COPARN ( Container announcement message )
The message contains an order to release, to make available, to accept or to call down containers or to announce the impending arrival of 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'. The order may pertain to cargo related containers (full container load and less than container load), the arrangement of empty containers prior to loading and after stripping, as well as the arrangements for leasing the empty containers (on- hire and off-hire of containers).

UN/EDIFACT Message COPAYM ( Contributions for payment )
A message from an enterprise to provide information that this enterprise has to declare for the payment of its social contributions to the responsible authority. This message may be used to declare contributions based on the salary amounts paid by the enterprise to its employees during a given period (the reference period of the declaration). It is also possible to declare contributions due only from the employer.

UN/EDIFACT Message COPINO ( Container pre-notification message )
A message by which an inland carrier notifies of the delivery or pick-up of 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'.

UN/EDIFACT Message COPRAR ( Container discharge/loading order message )
A message to order to the container terminal that the containers specified have to be discharged from a seagoing vessel or have to be loaded into a seagoing vessel. 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'.

UN/EDIFACT Message COREOR ( Container release order message )
Order to release containers, and giving permission for them to be picked up by or on behalf of a specified party. 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'.

UN/EDIFACT Message COSTCO ( Container stuffing/stripping confirmation message )
Confirmation that specified goods/consignments have been stuffed into 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'.

UN/EDIFACT Message COSTOR ( Container stuffing/stripping order message )
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'.

UN/EDIFACT Message CREADV ( Credit advice message )
A Credit Advice is sent by the Account Servicing Financial Institution to the Account Owner to inform the Account Owner that its account has been or will be credited for a specified amount on the date indicated, in settlement of the referenced business transaction(s).

UN/EDIFACT Message CREEXT ( Extended credit advice message )
An Extended Credit Advice is sent by the Account Servicing Financial Institution to the Account Owner to inform the Account Owner that its account has been or will be credited for a specified amount on the date indicated, in settlement of the referenced business transaction(s), and to provide to the Payee full details of the transactions to which the Extended Credit Advice relates.

UN/EDIFACT Message CREMUL ( Multiple credit advice message )
A Multiple Credit Advice message is sent by an Account Servicing Financial Institution to the Account Owner or to a third party, which has agreed bilaterally in advance, that its account (s) has been or will be credited for specified amount (s) on the date (s) indicated, in settlement of the referenced business transaction (s).

UN/EDIFACT Message CUSCAR ( Customs cargo report message )
This message permits the transfer of data from a carrier to a Customs administration for the purpose of meeting Customs cargo reporting requirements.

UN/EDIFACT Message CUSDEC ( Customs declaration message )
This Customs Declaration Message (CUSDEC) permits the transfer of data from a declarant to a customs administration for the purpose of meeting legislative and/or operational requirements in respect of the declaration of goods for import, export or transit. The message may also be used, for example : - to transmit data from an exporter in one country to an importer in another country; - to transmit consignment data from one customs administration to another; - to transmit data from a customs authority to other governments agencies and/or interested administrations. - to transmit data from a declarant to the appropriate data collection agency on the movement of goods between statistical territories.

UN/EDIFACT Message CUSEXP ( Customs express consignment declaration message )
This message permits the transfer of express consignment data to a Customs Administration for the purpose of combining all three types of Customs reporting (conveyance report, cargo report and Customs Declaration) within a single message.

UN/EDIFACT Message CUSPED ( Periodic customs declaration message )
This Periodic Customs Declaration Message (CUSPED) permits the transfer of data from a declarant to a customs administration for the purpose of meeting legislative and/or operational requirements in respect of the periodic declaration of goods for import or export. The message may also be used, for example : - to transmit consignment data from one customs administration to another; - to transmit data from a customs authority to other governments agencies and/or interested administrations; - to transmit data from a declarant to the appropriate data collection agency on the movement of goods between statistical territories.

UN/EDIFACT Message CUSREP ( Customs conveyance report message )
This Customs Conveyance Report Message (CUSREP) permits the transfer of data from a carrier to a Customs administration for the purpose of meeting Customs reporting requirements in respect of the means of transport on which cargo is carried.

UN/EDIFACT Message CUSRES ( Customs response message )
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.

UN/EDIFACT Message DEBADV ( Debit advice message )
A Debit Advice is sent by the Account Servicing Financial Institution to the Account Owner to inform the Account Owner that its account has been or will be debited for a specified amount on the date indicated, in settlement of the referenced business transaction(s).

UN/EDIFACT Message DEBMUL ( Multiple debit advice message )
A DEBMUL message is sent by an Account Servicing Financial Institution to the Account Owner or to a third party, which has agreed bilaterally in advance, that its account (s) has been or will be debited for specified amount (s) on the date (s) indicated, in settlement of the referenced business transaction (s).

UN/EDIFACT Message DEBREC ( Debts recovery message )
A message to exchange detailed information relating to debts recovery cases between appropriate parties (principal, enacting party). This message may cover one or more event (e.g. submission, status information) for one or more debts recovery cases.

UN/EDIFACT Message DELFOR ( Delivery schedule message )
WARNING! This version of the DELFOR is not upward compatible with versions prior to D96B. DELFOR is a message which is sent from a party who is planning the use or consumption of products to a party who has to plan for the supply of the products. The message gives the requirements regarding details for short term delivery and/or medium to long scheduling for products. The scheduling can be used to authorize manufacturing and or the provision of materials. This is based on the terms and conditions defined in a purchase order or contract. The message may also be sent in response by a party which has received a DELFOR message to indicate to the party which has issued the message, the acceptance of, rejection of, or to propose amendments to the previous message.

UN/EDIFACT Message DELJIT ( Delivery just in time message )
A message provides the ability for a customer to convey precise delivery sequence and Just In Time schedule requirements to a supplier, and is intended to supplement the Delivery Schedule Message (DELFOR).

UN/EDIFACT Message DESADV ( Despatch advice message )
A message specifying details for goods despatched or ready for despatch under agreed conditions. The United Nations Despatch Advice Message serves both as a specification for Delivery Despatch Advice and also as a Returns Despatch Advice message. Throughout this document, the reference to 'Despatch Advice' may be interpreted as conveying the wider meaning of 'Delivery Despatch Advice/Returns Despatch Advice'.