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Title: EDICOM 2001 JAKARTA


1
EDICOM 2001 JAKARTA 4th October 2001AFACT
IIC Customs EDI Project
  • Siti Aminah Abdullah
  • IIC Chair
  • tpknsel_at_tm.net.my

2
Project Goals
  • Ultimate goal of project
  • Exchange of Customs EDI data for
  • Trade Facilitation Expediting Clearance
  • Enforcement
  • Statistics
  • High-level timing goals
  • Pilot by end 1999
  • Live implementation by early 2000

3
Project Description
  • Exchange of EDI Information between Customs
    Administrations
  • Exchange of Export Declaration (CUSDEC)
  • Selected Information based on need and
    confidentiality agreements
  • May extend to other documents and information in
    the future

4
Legal Framework
  • AFACT IIC
  • Authority
  • Implementation Standards Guidelines
  • Project Management
  • Pilot
  • Bilateral Memorandum of Understanding
  • Live
  • Bilateral Agreement with Annexes

5
Technical Overview
  • Standards
  • Developed and reviewed by the IIC-TWG (Technical
    Working Group)
  • EDI Standards using EDIFACT
  • D95B with Asia Region guidelines (RECES)
  • VAN-to-VAN network over X.400
  • WCO D95B Mapping Guide APEC Code Harmonization
    Guide

6
Network Overview
VAN
VAN
Customs
Customs
7
Process Overview
Local standard export CUSDEC
Local standard information
Optional Steps
Required Steps
1. Map to regional CUSDEC standard 2.
Cross-reference from local codes to harmonized
codes (using tables) 3. Convert character set,
if necessary (using tables where possible)
7. Map to local requirements 6. Cross-reference
from harmonized codes to local codes (using
tables) 5. Convert character set, if
necessary (using tables where possible)
Regional standard export CUSDEC
Regional standard export CUSDEC
4. Transmitted
8
Process Overview
  • Sending Country
  • Decides what information may be released to other
    countries
  • Maps local CUSDEC into region standard prior to
    transmission
  • Message Structure
  • Data Elements (group locations and qualifier
    codes)
  • Language and Character Sets (translate non-ASCII
    to ASCII for descriptive text-type data elements)
  • Code Set Normalization (tabled cross-reference)

9
Process Overview
  • Receiving Country
  • Receives regional-standard export CUSDEC from
    sending country
  • Uses message according to local requirements
  • May re-map message for local standards
  • Message Structure
  • Data Elements (group locations and qualifier
    codes)
  • Language and Character Sets (translate ASCII to
    non-ASCII for descriptive text-type data
    elements)
  • Code Set Normalization (tabled cross-reference)

10
Unique Referencing
  • Unique Reference Number (URN) is required for
    identifying consignments
  • EDIFACT Representation

UCN
Unique Consignment Reference Number Internationall
y unique number used by Importers / Exporters to
identify the consignment Format Last digit of
calendar year Country Code Exporter ID
Exporter Reference
RFF
UCN
9MY11800023456789
FOR MORE INFO...
WCO Guidelines - WCO UCR Group 10082001b1.
11
Current Status
  • Overview of current progress
  • Standards and guidelines established
  • Level 2 (VAN-to-VAN) testing in progress or
    completed
  • Draft standard MOU and Agreement prepared
  • MOU and Level 3 (Customs-to-Customs) pilot
    message exchange between Korea Malaysia

12
Current Status
  • Overview of current progress
  • Other countries intending to participate
  • Chinese Taipei
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Islamic republic of Iran
  • Pakistan

13
Current Status
  • Korea Malaysia Pilot Exchange
  • Bilateral message exchange between Customs
    Administrations of Korea Malaysia
  • MOU signed on 29.12.1999
  • Confidential (for Customs Administrations only)
  • Two Joint project team (JPT) meetings held to date

14
Current Status
  • Korea Malaysia Pilot Exchange
  • Pilot exchange began on 19.4.2000
  • Weekly exchange of export consignment declaration
    information
  • (export CUSDEC, EDIFACT D97A)

15
Current Status
  • Korea Malaysia Pilot Exchange
  • Selected subset of 3 harmonised tariff codes each
    direction for direct shipments
  • Place of Loading/Discharge and Departure Date
  • Total Weight (in KGM)
  • Reference information (used to build UCI)
  • House B/L (Korea)

16
Current Status
  • Korea Malaysia Pilot Exchange
  • Selected subset of 3 harmonised tariff codes each
    direction for direct shipments
  • Trader registration invoice (Malaysia)
  • Transport details (vessel call sign, voyage
    number, vessel registration, vessel name)
  • Consignor and consignee name address
  • Line item information (HS code, goods
    description, quantity measurements)

17
Data Exchange Issues Resolved
  • UN/EDIFACT version
  • Code Qualifiers
  • Data formats, lengths and decimal usage
  • Data exchange issues unresolved
  • Common UCI to link up import/export data
  • Unavailability of information (eg. Malaysia House
    B/L info Korea party identification and invoice
    no info)
  • Localised usage of data (eg. Malaysia vessel ID
    assigned by local port authority)

18
Conclusion
  • Successful and reliable exchange of export
    consignment declaration data
  • No major technical problems encountered
  • Minor problems revolved around non-availability
    and/or local use of some data elements
  • Clear case of a need for internationally adopted
    use of a Unique Consignment Identifier (UCI)

19
Thank You!
  • Any questions and comments?
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