What is a 315 EDI message?

EDI 315 is an electronic document containing information that is needed to report status and event details about shipments and containers. The transaction set also allows authorized parties to manifest the details of a single event or status that are related to containers or shipments.

What is a 310 EDI document?

An EDI 310 Freight Receipt and Invoice (Ocean) is used by shippers, ocean carriers, and terminal operators to exchange receipt as well as invoice details related to a shipment. It can also be used to provide information related to ocean carriers.

What is an EDI 214?

An EDI 214 transaction is a Transportation Carrier Shipment Status Message that is used by transportation carriers, like trucking companies, to provide shippers and consignees with a status update on their shipments. This status can be delineated through: – Purchase Order information.

What are the EDI codes?

Common EDI Transactions, Sets, & Codes

  • EDI 102 – Associated Data.
  • EDI 242 – Data Status Tracking.
  • EDI 815 – Cryptographic Service Message.
  • EDI 864 – Text Message.
  • EDI 868 – Electronic Form Structure.
  • EDI 993 – Secured Receipt or Acknowledgment.
  • EDI 997 – Functional Acknowledgment.
  • EDI 999 – Implementation Acknowledgment.

What is an 810?

An EDI 810 is an electronic version of a paper invoice. It is sent in response to receiving an EDI 850 (Purchase Order) as a request for payment of goods or services that have been sold. Order Information.

What is an EDI 210?

EDI 210 is the Motor Carrier Freight Details and Invoice transaction set, which replaces a paper invoice and is used by commercial truckers and other freight carriers. It is most often sent from the carrier to a shipper, consignee, or third-party payment center for payment of freight charges.

What is an EDI 211?

An EDI 211: Motor Carrier Bill of Lading allows shippers or any other organization responsible for contracting with a motor carrier, to provide a legal bill of lading for a shipment. An EDI 211 is to be considered an exact depiction of a shipment as agreed to by each of the trading partners.

What is an EDI 215?

The EDI 215 is used by shippers, or other transportation providers to provide a motor carrier with a manifest of the shipments tendered to a carrier. It places an order for goods or services and contains information like items, prices, and quantities ordered.

How does EDI work in logistics?

Your business can operate more efficiently by using EDI. An electronic data interface can automatically generate and send invoices, payment articles, and shipment information without the need to manually input each piece of data.

What is Edi 315 and what is it used for?

EDI 315 falls under the category of X12I Transportation transaction set. It is used by authorized parties to manifest the reporting status and event details associated with shipments and containers. This EDI document can also be used with other data sets to exchange information related to ocean carriers.

How does INTTRA’s Ocean booking platform help shippers?

INTTRA’s Ocean Booking Platform – Part of E2open’s Transportation Management Offerings Plan, book and track shipments from one easy-to-use platform with access to the largest network of ocean carriers. We help shippers, carriers and LSPs reduce costs through our cloud-based system and improve performance as they move goods around the globe.

How to send shipping instructions to an INTTRA carrier?

This document is intended for business, technical and EDI personnel engaged in establishing an electronic connection with INTTRA for the purpose of submitting Shipping Instructions to INTTRA Carriers via INTTRA’s version of EDIFACT IFTMIN (99B) or the Universal Carrier Access (UCA) PDF.

What can you do with the INTTRA network?

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