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Subject: Re: [ubl-tsc] Re: TSC Action Item FollowUp
the presence of a FreightForwarderParty on the UBL document show me the Shipment will contain a shipment contract data, as the Shipper (Seller) will ask the FreightForwarderParty do take care of all transport contracts.
There is not a real shipment contract when Seller directly take care of the whole shipment. This happen when a Seller has his own organization and do not need Customs Brokers or other specific third party services.
To answer your question, I think Shipment has the same meaning for all UBL documents (Bill of Lading and Waybills), the shipment defines all shipment stages for multimodal and combined transport. Any B/L or Waybill type can be used for multimodal transport (staged).
The main context into international shipments is given by DeliveryTerms (Incoterms 2000) which is under Consignment in UBL.
The terms of transportation in the bill of lading should be the same as those in the underlying contract for sale of the goods and subject to Incoterms 2000.
Incoterms indicates that the buyer will select the carrier and pay the freight charges when it is an Ex Works or “F” term, and under “C” and “D” terms that the seller will select the carrier and pay the freight charges.
Shipment definition should be one for all UBL documents.
Hope I answered your question... I wrote too much maybe :)
Andrew Schoka ha scritto:
001001c85dcf$86b4fa00$6401a8c0@AndysHP" type="cite">Bill of Lading (B/L) orWaybill both use Shipment but for a shipment there could be many stages and more documentation.Roberto, Thank you for your probing question. I suspect that Tim has an opinion on this as the one proposing the consolidated definition. Others may have additional views. A further question might be is the definition for the UBL Shipment ASBIE context dependent or should context be reflected in some modifier of Shipment?
B/L covers the sea transport
001001c85dcf$86b4fa00$6401a8c0@AndysHP" type="cite">I will also need to ask someone more knowledgeable on OASIS process regarding how we move this topic to resolution. (Tim, Jon?) Andy -----Original Message----- From: JAVEST [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2008 7:49 AM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Cc: Andrew Schoka; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; KVP@itst.dk; Michael.Onder@dot.gov; firstname.lastname@example.org; 'Connie Hing, Phaik See'; 'Kama, Kamarudin Bin Tambi'; email@example.com; 'Tim McGrath' Subject: [ubl-tsc] Re: TSC Action Item FollowUp The CEFACT 'shipment' definition is correct for a generic shipment meaning. But when the Seller (Shipper) make use of an International Forwarder to organize the shipment on his behalf we have a "shipment contract". The "shipment contract" is something different from a "commercial contract" and of course not a "transport contract". Is the UBL Shipment ASBIE a: 1) generic container with general shipment information 2) a "shipment contract" detail 3) or both ? Just a question. Thanks UBL ITLSC co-chair Roberto Cisternino --- firstname.lastname@example.org ha scritto:Dear Andy, Within UN/CEFACT (agreed by both transport and trade) the word shipment refers to the collection of goods items between the seller and the buyer under a commercial contract, and the word consignment is used for the collection of goods items between the consignor and the consignee under a transport contract. I recommend the UBL-TSC to follow the same mechanism for consistency reasons. A shipment certainly is not a set of arrangements. Regards, Henk van Maaren Quoting Andrew Schoka <AMSchoka@comcast.net>:Dear TSC members, During our last telecon we ran out of time to discuss an action that we had been given from the TC. The action item from the TC is as follows: UPDATE PACKAGE: JPLSC COMMENTS ACTION (12/18): AS to get answer from TSC regarding JPLSC comment 25. JPLSC comment 25 to the 2.0 update package is as follows: Category Business Document or ABIE BIE Questions, Comments Transportation BillOfLading Waybill Shipment (ASBIE) The definitions of Shipment (ASBIE) in BillOfLading and Waybill are differrent each other, We think that these definitions should be same. Definition (BillOfLading): Information about the separately identifiable collection of goods items (available to be) transported from one consignor to one consignee via one or more modes of transport. Definition (Waybill): A separately identifiable collection of goods items (available to be) transported from one consignor to one consignee via one or more modes of transport. I think it is appropriate that there be consistency across the various documents when the same ASBIEs are identified and their definitions used. With regard to the definition of Shipment, I believe that we have previously had an email exchange and a telecon discussion regarding an appropriate definition. Based upon a contribution by Tim McGrath and subsequent discussions, I propose that we adopt the definition we last discussed presented in a grammatically correct form. o SHIPMENT The arrangements necessary for an identifiable collection of one or more goods items to be transported between the original consignor and the ultimate consignee. This information represents what is required, that is a "logical" or contractual view. A shipment can be transported in different consignments (eg split for logistical purposes). I propose that this be the resolution of the action item. If I don't receive a response within 7 days, I will presume concurrence. Jon will then use this definition wherever the definition of shipment is used. Regards, Andy Schoka Acting Chair TSC No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Free Edition. Version: 7.5.516 / Virus Database: 269.19.2/1223 - Release Date: 1/13/2008 8:23 PMNo virus found in this incoming message. Checked by AVG Free Edition. Version: 7.5.516 / Virus Database: 269.19.9/1239 - Release Date: 1/23/2008 10:24 AM No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Free Edition. Version: 7.5.516 / Virus Database: 269.19.9/1239 - Release Date: 1/23/2008 10:24 AM --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe from this mail list, you must leave the OASIS TC that generates this mail. You may a link to this group and all your TCs in OASIS at: https://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/portal/my_workgroups.php