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x12 300 Series EDI Transaction Sets


Below is a list of x12 300 series transaction sets that we process and transmit between numerous trading partners.


The transaction sets below have additional information which is accessed by clicking on its name, all information is provided from multiple sources including the Accredited Standards Committee X12. ASC X12 Standard [Table Data]. Data Interchange Standards Association, Inc.


EDI Reservation (Booking Request) (Ocean) (300)

The x12 Transaction Set contains the format and establishes the data contents of the Reservation (Booking Request) (Ocean) Transaction Set (300) for use within the context of an Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) environment. The transaction set can be used by a shipper or a forwarder to reserve space, containers and equipment for transport by ocean vessel.

EDI Confirmation (Ocean) (301)

The transaction set can be used to provide all the information necessary for an ocean carrier to confirm space, container, and equipment availability in response to the Reservation (Booking Request) (Ocean) Transaction Set (300); or to notify other parties such as terminal operators or other ocean carriers.

EDI Booking Cancellation (Ocean) (303)

The x12 Transaction Set contains the format and establishes the data contents of the Booking Cancellation (Ocean) Transaction Set (303) for use within the context of an Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) environment. The transaction set can be used to provide all the information necessary for a shipper or forwarder to cancel a previous booking request.

EDI Shipping Instructions (304)

When this transaction set is transmitted to an ocean carrier, it provides all the information necessary to prepare and distribute a contract of carriage such as an ocean bill of lading, sea waybill, and other shipping documents. When this transaction set is transmitted to a freight forwarder or customs broker, it provides for the transmission of shipping and financial information required by the forwarder or customs broker to move cargo and provide the services requested.

EDI Customs Manifest (309)

The transaction set can be used by carriers, terminal operators, port authorities, or service centers to provide Customs with manifest data on cargo arriving in or departing from oceangoing vessels, railroad trains, or other types of conveyances. The transaction set can be also used by carriers to provide terminal operators, port authorities, or service centers with manifest data on cargo arriving at their facilities via the conveyances mentioned above.

EDI Freight Receipt and Invoice (Ocean) (310)

This x12 Transaction Set contains the format and establishes the data contents of the Freight Receipt and Invoice (Ocean) Transaction Set (310) for use within the context of an Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) environment. The transaction set can be used to provide ocean bill of lading information. It is sent by ocean carriers to interested parties and can be used as the receipt for the shipment; to substitute for a paper bill of lading where the parties have agreed that a paper bill of lading is not necessary; to allow shipper or forwarder to verify bill of lading information before an original is printed and released; for information purposes, i.e., as a bill of lading copy; by the carrier to convey manifest information to a terminal operator; and as an invoice for freight.

EDI Canada Customs Information (311)

This x12 Transaction Set provides the format and establishes the data contents of the Canada Customs Information Transaction Set (311) for use within the context of an Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) environment. This transaction set provides all information necessary for an ocean or rail carrier or freight forwarder to report import and export conveyance and consignment information to Canada Customs.

EDI Arrival Notice (Ocean) (312)

The transaction set can be used to provide all the information necessary for a consignee to receive a shipment including customs, payments due, and estimated arrival date and time of shipment.

EDI Shipment Status Inquiry (Ocean) (313)

The transaction set can be used to provide all the information necessary for an authorized party to an ocean shipment to inquire of the ocean carrier as to the status of a shipment.

EDI Status Details (Ocean) (315)

The transaction set can be used to provide all the information necessary to report status or event details for selected shipments or containers. It is intended to accommodate the details for one status or event associated with many shipments or containers, as well as more than one status or event for one shipment or container.

EDI Delivery/Pickup Order (317)

The transaction set can be used by importers or their agents to provide marine terminal operators with orders for the delivery or pickup of goods.

EDI Terminal Information (319)

This transaction set can be used by terminal operators to provide shipment arrival event information to authorized parties. It can be used to transmit information such as arrival of the shipment, availability for pickup, or the actual pickup of the shipment. Some of the authorized parties to shipment are customs house brokers, freight forwarders, or consignees.

EDI Terminal Operations and Intermodal Ramp Activity (322)

The transaction set can be used to provide all the information necessary for a terminal operation, port authority or intermodal ramp to communicate terminal and intermodal ramp activities (e.g., "ingates" and "outgates") to authorized parties to a shipment.

EDI Vessel Schedule and Itinerary (Ocean) (323)

The transaction set can be used to provide all the information necessary for an ocean carrier to communicate the schedule and itinerary of an ocean vessel to interested parties.

EDI Vessel Stow Plan (Ocean) (324)

The transaction set can be used to provide all the information relative to the stowage of equipment and cargo on a vessel.

EDI Consolidation of Goods In Container (325)

This transaction set is used to provide information on the goods loaded into a container. It is sent by a consolidator to the deconsolidator or to the consignee.

EDI Consignment Summary List (326)

This transaction set is used to provide a list to a customer of all consignments for which an ocean carrier has accepted or is expected to accept responsibility for the transport of goods. It is sent by an ocean carrier or consolidator to a shipper, freight forwarder, consignee, customs broker, or any other interested party.

EDI Customs Status Information (350)

The transaction set can be used by the Customs Service (CS) to supply carriers, terminal operators, port authorities and service providers with cargo release and cargo hold information for import shipments. It can also be used by the CS to provide exporters or their agents, carriers, and service providers with information pertaining to export shipments.

EDI U.S. Customs Carrier General Order Status (352)

The transaction set can be used by carriers, terminal operators, port authorities, or service centers to provide U.S. Customs or consignees with bill of lading status information for cargo in or about to go into "General Order" and entry and release information.

EDI Customs Events Advisory Details (353)

The transaction set can be used by carriers to notify Customs of events concerning cargo moving in-bond, or of conveyance arrivals or departures. These events include the arrival of containers, or cargo covered by individual ocean bills of lading or in-bond numbers, which have moved in-bond to an inland destination or which have been exported. Carriers can also use this transaction set to notify Customs of the arrival or departure of a conveyance for which an electronic manifest has been filed and for the transfer of custodial liability when an in-bond movement involves multiple legs.

EDI U.S. Customs Automated Manifest Archive Status (354)

The transaction set can be used by U.S. Customs to inform carriers, terminal operators, port authorities, and service centers that the manifest for a specific vessel or voyage is going to be removed from the system. This means that either all bills of lading on a manifest have been reconciled (or closed) or that a number of them are still open and will be reconciled manually.

EDI U.S. Customs Acceptance/Rejection (355)

The transaction set can be used by U.S. Customs to report errors and discrepancies discovered in the U.S. Customs transaction sets to ocean carriers, terminal operators, port authorities and service centers.

EDI U.S. Customs Permit to Transfer Request (356)

This x12 Transaction Set contains the format and establishes the data contents of the U.S. Customs Permit to Transfer Request Transaction Set (356) for use within the context of an Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) environment. It is sent by requesting trade entities to U.S. Customs to request a Permit To Transfer (PTT).

EDI U.S. Customs In-Bond Information (357)

The transaction set can be used by transportation carriers, terminal operators, port authorities, and service centers to request authorization for in-bond movements and to add additional legs on to pre-existing in-bond movements.

EDI Customs Consist Information (358)

The transaction set can be used by transportation carriers, terminal operators, port authorities and service centers to provide a list of bills of lading to be carried on a specific conveyance and trip number for which an electronic manifest has been previously filed.

EDI Carrier Interchange Agreement (Ocean) (361)

The transaction set can be used to provide all the information necessary for an ocean carrier to tell a terminal operator if motor carriers are authorized to carry its cargo.

EDI Cargo Insurance Advice of Shipment (362)

This transaction set can be used by shippers to notify their cargo insurance company of a shipment(s) of merchandise insured under their cargo policy.

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