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Subject: Draft Minutes of Transport Subcommittee Call 22 September 2005

Please review the minutes and notify me of any additions or corrections. We will approve them at the next SC meeting.



1600-1700 (Singapore time) WEDNESDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 2005




   Kama (Chairperson, CrimsonLogic)

   Ng Siew Wai (CECID)

   Thomas Lee (CECID)

   Jern-Kuan, Leong (CrimsonLogic)

   Grace Ng (CrimsonLogic)


1.       Review of Draft Proposal for Extended Transport Process for UBL 2.0 document prepared by Thomas/Siew Wai (CECID).


a.       The Use Case Model for ‘Delivery Process’ is not depicting the complete delivery process, but only the request for the delivery services which makes use of the 3 trade documents of ‘Forwarding Instruction’, ‘Bill of Lading’ and ‘Waybill’.  Kama commented that it would be more meaningful to come up with a more complete ‘Delivery Process’.  As such, Kama re-iterated the need to proposed 3 additional trade documents to the Transport SC: ‘Packing List’, ‘Freight Invoice’, and ‘Transport Instruction’ to further enrich the ‘Delivery Process’ to make it more complete, from Consignor to Consignee.  Further discussions/feedback will be carried out on these 3 additional docs via email with members of Transport SC.  CrimsonLogic will provide domain knowledge and expertise in this area.


b.       Use Case Model for ‘Certificate of Origin Process’ to introduce ‘ISSUER’ as an actor to represent the approver of the CO in the process.  ‘ENDORSER’ is taken to refer to a party/actor, typically an EMBASSY, acts as a diplomatic official that serves as a primary channel of communication channel between the host and home countries.  These authorities play an important role to legalise the CO document (if required by home country) to restrict goods imported from certain countries for political and other reasons.



Scheduled for Wednesday, 5th October 1500hr SGT. Other interested parties can call 65 67844333, code: 800324#





  1. To seek domain expert in CrimsonLogic to relook at the Draft Proposal for Extended Transport Process document and to provide inputs to the ‘Delivery’ process.
  2. CrimsonLogic to further comment on the Certificate of Origin process.  Any amendments required on the Use Case Model and Activity Diagrams will be drawn and sent to all via email.




Kamarudin Tambi

Chair, Transport SubCommittee



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