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|SOURCE:||Western European EDIFACT Board - MD2|
For general information on UN standard message types see UN Trade Data Interchange Directory, UNTDID, Part 4, Section 2.6, UN/ECE UNSM General Introduction
This message also occurs in the following versions of this standard:|
D97A, D97B, D98A, D98B, D99A, D99B, D00A, D00B, D01A, D01B, D01C, D02A, D02B, D03A, D03B, D04A, D04B
This specification provides the definition of the Dangerous goods recapitulation message (DGRECA) to be used in Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) between trading partners involved in administration, commerce and transport.
A message to specify recapitulations pertaining to the dangerous goods on board of a means of transport, e.g. a vessel.
The Dangerous goods recapitulation message may be used for both national and international applications. It is based on universal practice related to administration, commerce and transport, and is not dependent on the type of business or industry.
The message has been designed to enable control of pollution caused by a means of transport, e.g. in the maritime and port environment.
Business area: control of pollution by a means of transport (e.g. maritime pollution)
Sending function: authority (e.g. port), centralised database of authorities
Receiving function: authority, search and rescue organisation.
See UNTDID, Part 4, Chapter 2.6 UN/ECE UNSM - General Introduction, Section 1.
See UNTDID, Part 4, Chapter 2.6 UN/ECE UNSM - General Introduction, Section 2.
This section should be read in conjunction with the Segment Table which indicate mandatory, conditional and repeating requirements.
A service segment starting and uniquely identifying a message. The message type code for the Dangerous goods recapitulation message is DGRECA.
Note: Dangerous goods recapitulation messages conforming to this document must contain the following data in segment UNH, composite S009:
A segment to indicate the beginning of a message and to transmit the identifying number.
A segment to provide the date and time of the message.
A group of segments to specify a reference applying to the whole message.
A segment to specify a reference, e.g. reference to previous message.
A segment to indicate a date and time related to the reference.
A group of segments to indicate the details of the means of transport, with related locations, arrival dates and times, measurement, etc.
A segment to identify the means of transport (e.g. by Lloyd's Register number of a vessel, or by the license plate number of a truck) and the type of the means of transport.
A segment to indicate the estimated date and time of arrival, and the date and time of departure.
A segment to indicate a location relating to the means of transport, such as: - place or port of departure - next place or port of call.
A segment to specify a reference as an additional identification of the means of transport, e.g. radio call sign of a vessel.
A segment to specify a measurement of the means of transport, e.g. gross tonnage (of a vessel).
A group of segments to identify a party which could give further information on the conveyance of the means of transport.
A segment to identify a party's name, address and function from which further information can be obtained (e.g. port authority, harbour master).
A group of segment to indicate a contact within the party.
A segment to identify a person or department within the party.
A segment to identify a communication number of the contact to whom communication should be directed.
A group of segments to specify dangerous goods. The group is meant to be a recapitulation across all consignments on board of the means of transport, for dangerous goods that adhere to a certain combination of IMO code (i.e. International Maritime Organisation), IMO page number, UNDG number (i.e. United Nations Dangerous Goods number) and flashpoint.
A segment to indicate the selection criteria for which a recapitulation is given, according to the appropriate regulation (e.g. IMO).
A segment to specify the dangerous goods technical name related to the detailed dangerous goods classification as given in the DGS segment, and to provide additional dangerous goods information.
A segment to specify the gross weight of the recapitulation for the detailed dangerous goods classification as given in the DGS segment.
A segment to specify the location on the means of transport where the dangerous goods are stowed, e.g. stowage cell on a container vessel.
A segment to identify the equipment (e.g. container number) in which the dangerous goods are placed.
A service segment ending a message, giving the total number of segments in the message and the control reference number of the message.
|BGM||Beginning of message|
|NAD||Name and address|
|SGP||Split goods placement|
|TDT||Details of transport|
|├─UNH Message header||×1||(M)|
|├─BGM Beginning of message||×1||(M)|
|├─Segment Group 1||×9||(C)|
|├─Segment Group 2||×1||(M)|
|│─├─TDT Details of transport||×1||(M)|
|│─├─LOC Place/location identification||×2||(M)|
|├─Segment Group 3||×1||(M)|
|│─├─NAD Name and address||×1||(M)|
|│─└─Segment Group 4||×1||(C)|
|│───├─CTA Contact information||×1||(M)|
|│───└─COM Communication contact||×3||(C)|
|├─Segment Group 5||×999||(M)|
|│─├─DGS Dangerous goods||×1||(M)|
|│─├─FTX Free text||×9||(M)|
|│─├─LOC Place/location identification||×99||(C)|
|│─└─SGP Split goods placement||×99||(C)|
|└─UNT Message trailer||×1||(M)|