The Call Request transaction for a particular transport medium consist of a message sending a Call Request in EDIFACT standard format and the response, APERAK, under the same EDIFACT format.
The COARRI message is used to report to the shipowners/agents the information about the containers or other specific equipment that have been loaded onto or unloaded from a specific vessel.
Last update: december 2015
The CODECO message is used to convey the information on the management of the terminal gates, mainly the entry and exit of containers.
In addition, when the CODECO message is used, a terminal, depot, etc. confirms that the specified containers have been delivered or collected by the haulage contractor (road, rail, etc.). This message can also be used to inform about the movements of the containers in the terminal (excluding loading onto and unloading from the vessel). This message is part of a suite of messages relating to the containers. These messages are used to facilitate the intermodal handling of containers through the normalisation of the information exchange.
Last update: september 2018
COPARN message contains an order to release, to make available or to announce the impending arrival of containers. This message is part of a set of container-related and serve to facilitate the intermodal handling by streamlining the exchange of information messages.
Last update: february 2021
Through COPINO an inland carrier notifies an message with the delivery or collection of one or more containers. This message is part of a set of container-related messages. These messages serve to facilitate the intermodal handling of containers by streamlining the information exchange.
Last update: february 2019
A message to indicate to the container terminal the list of containers and other equipment must be unloaded or loaded into a seagoing vessel.
Last update: may 2020
COREOR message is used to release the containers and give permission for them to be collected by or on behalf of a third party. It 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.
Last update: february 2021
For the purpose of this guide the Summary / Load Manifest Declaration is the document that all information relating to a ship and the load carried in the vessel for a particular trip is included and is intended to loading / unloading during its call in the harbor.
Last update: january 2019
The Notification of Dangerous Goods message (hereinafter NMP) contain information on dangerous goods (MMPP) that are to be loaded, unloaded or in transit for a given trip in a specific means of transport.
Last update: march 2004
The passengers or crews list transaction for a specific means of transport will consist of a message forwarding the List of crewmembers/passengers in the standard EDIFACT, PAXLST, format and a reply as acknowledgement of the dispatch in the same EDIFACT, APERAK format.
Last update: january 2016
The VERMAS message is usually exchanged between a shipper of goods for maritime transport, a haulage contractor, a non-maritime haulage contractor, an operator at a container weighing facility, an operator at a container terminal / stevedore, a vessel operator, a shipping line, Master of a vessel, a container operator, a charterer.
The VERMAS is only used to transmit the verified gross mass SOLAS and the information directly relating to it.
Last update: may 2017
The WASDIS Waste Notification message is sent by the Agent or Ship-broker of the Vessel to the port Authority. It is usually sent at least 24 hours prior to the arrival of the vessel and, in any case, it has to be sent to obtain confirmation of a Request for call. It contains details of the type and quantity of waste stored as well as references of the last deliveries made.
Last update: may 2022