Please review the minutes and notify me of any additions or
corrections. We will approve them at the next SC meeting.
DRAFT MINUTES OF TRANSPORT SUBCOMMITTEE MEETING
1600-1700 (Singapore time) THURSDAY 8
Ng Siew Wai (CECID)
Jern-Kuan, Leong (CrimsonLogic)
Grace Ng (CrimsonLogic)
- Review conducted on the high-level transport model
that lists out the major components of CONSIGNMENT, which was harmonize
between the COML and DTTN models.
- This model prepared is process-focus. E.g
‘Consignment’ component is linked with ‘Party’
- Discussed on the purpose and usage of each of the
components, and tried to align it to UBL components and terminology,
further fine-tuning the model.
- Suggested ‘Payment Term’ to be changed to
- ‘Delivery’ component is the same as ‘Arrival’
component in COML (introduced by Tim). Concluded that
‘Delivery’ could be a better terminology to replace
‘Arrival’ component in COML.
- ‘Transport Movement’ in DTTN is the same
as ‘Shipment Stage’ in UBL.
- ‘Cargo Line Item’ is actually referring to
‘Goods Item’ component. ‘Cargo Line Item’ can be
merged with ‘Goods Item’ component.
- ‘Container Line Item’ is actually also
‘Transport Equipment’. ‘Container Line Item’
component may be merged with ‘Transport Equipment’.
- In UBL 1.0 (Procurement Model),
‘Consignment’ component is not available. It’ll
be a new component introduced for the Transport model for UBL2.0.
- ‘Consignment’ can consist of either
‘Goods Item’ or ‘Transport Equipment’.
‘Goods Item’ is used for commercial documents such as
Certificate of Origin, Bill of Lading, etc. Document such as
Forwarding Invoice would be more suitable to use ‘Transport
- Other Matters:
- US Department of Transport (DOT) indicated interest
to join the UBL-TSC. They’ll contribute their feedback and
comments during the review stage of the Transport Model. Their inputs
will be used for possible enhancement of the Transport model.
Scheduled for Wednesday,
14 September 1500hr SGT. Other interested
parties can call 65 67844333, code: 800324#
- Thomas will revise the model with the suggestion given
above. To work with Ralph for his inputs as well.
- Siew Wai will prepare process doc for Transport Model.
- Kama to provide COO process to
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