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DCSA publishes data and process standards for bill of lading preparation and issuance

DCSA has published data and process standards for the submission of shipping instructions and issuance of the bill of lading (B/L).

DCSA B/L standards are aligned with the UN/CEFACT (United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business) multimodal transport reference data model to ensure a global industry framework that accelerates digitalisation through a unified industry effort.

MSC joins the supply chain data sharing FLOW

"Relying on a common digital infrastructure to connect the supply chain is vital to moving goods more efficiently." This is the message from the world's largest container shipping line MSC announcing their joining the Freight Logistics Optimization Works (FLOW), the new initiative led by the US Department of Transportation to improve information-sharing between key stakeholders. This announcement comes close on the heels of the announcement by the White House about the initiative aimed at clearing supply chain bottlenecks by improving freight information exchange between key stakeholders – leading to faster delivery time and reduced costs for consumers. In a statement released by...

FMC Maritime Transportation Data Initiative – Next meeting with Warehouse, Distribution, and 3PL Sectors

In December 2021, the Chairman of The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC), Daniel B. Maffei appointed Commissioner Carl Bentzel to spearhead an initiative of the FMC to focus on identifying data constraints that impede the flow of ocean cargo adding to supply chain inefficiencies in the USA. As per the FMC, “This project will aim to establish data standards and best practices for data access and transmission essential for a reliable and stable ocean transportation system.” Starting in December, through the first half of 2022, Commissioner Bentzel announced plans to convene a series of meetings with maritime and intermodal stakeholders with initial findings presented...

Meeting schedule for Federal Maritime Commission’s Maritime Data Infrastructure initiative

In December 2021, the Chairman of The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC), Daniel B. Maffei appointed Commissioner Carl Bentzel to spearhead an initiative of the FMC to focus on identifying data constraints that impede the flow of ocean cargo adding to supply chain inefficiencies in the USA. As per the FMC, "This project will aim to establish data standards and best practices for data access and transmission essential for a reliable and stable ocean transportation system." Starting in December, through the first half of 2022, Commissioner Bentzel announced plans to convene a series of meetings with maritime and intermodal stakeholders with initial...

Federal Maritime Commission kicks off Maritime Data Infrastructure initiative

In December 2021, the Chairman of The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC), Daniel B. Maffei appointed Commissioner Carl Bentzel to spearhead an initiative of the FMC to focus on identifying data constraints that impede the flow of ocean cargo adding to supply chain inefficiencies in the USA. As per the FMC, "This project will aim to establish data standards and best practices for data access and transmission essential for a reliable and stable ocean transportation system." Starting in December, through the first half of 2022, Commissioner Bentzel will convene a series of meetings with maritime and intermodal stakeholders with initial findings presented...

Data standardization and its benefits – Executive Insights with Thomas Bagge, CEO of DCSA

Executive Insights is a series by Shipping and Freight Resource that provides useful insights and thoughtful analysis on what is happening in the maritime, shipping, freight, logistics, supply chain and trade industries.. Executive Insights is your chance to pick the brains of industry veterans, leaders, and enablers.. Data the "new" gold, is in high demand all over the world and especially now in the shipping and freight industry.. But just data alone is not going to assist.. Data and its usage must be standardised and there must be a standardised approach to digitalisation.. A financial modelling exercise to quantify the potential cost...

DCSA Publishes Complete Framework of Just-in-Time Standards for Main Port Call Activities

Latest release of DCSA's Just-in-Time Port Call Programme provides interface standards and API definitions for all 50 port call event timestamps. This might also be something that can assist with this so called "unscheduled" and "unannounced" calls of the vessels chartered by the likes of Walmart and Amazon which are reportedly adding to the backlog of ships at the US ports. AMSTERDAM, November 16, 2021 – Digital Container Shipping Association (DCSA), a neutral, non-profit group established to further digitalisation of container shipping technology standards, in conjunction with its nine member carriers has published interface standards and messaging API (application programming interface) specifications for all 50 event timestamps defined in its port call data...

DCSA releases just-in-time port call interface standards

To facilitate implementation of its just-in-time (JIT) port call standards, DCSA has released interface standards and messaging API (application programming interface) specifications for the first 18 event timestamps defined in its JIT port call data definitions.

IoT standards for remote Reefer container monitoring on board vessels released

Digital Container Shipping Association (DCSA), a neutral, non-profit group established to further digitalisation of container shipping technology standards, in conjunction with its nine member carriers – MSC, Maersk, CMA CGM, Hapag-Lloyd, ONE, Evergreen, Yang Ming, HMM and ZIM has released IoT standards for remote Reefer container monitoring on board vessels..

Half of the world’s container cargo data is on a single blockchain platform

With two more major shipping leaders actively sharing information, data on nearly half of the world’s ocean container cargo is now available on a single blockchain-based data platform..

Major global container carriers MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) and CMA CGM announced on the 15th of October 2020 that they are now integrated onto TradeLens (www.tradelens.com), helping ensure a more fully integrated, timely and consistent view of logistics data for their containerized freight around the world.
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