Following a list of all messages defined in the standard release D94A.
An Authorisation Message is sent by the Ordering Customer (or Payor or Agent on behalf of the Ordering Customer) or by a third party having authority on the Ordering Customer's payments to the Ordered Bank, to authorize the Ordered Bank to execute a given financial transaction.
This financial transaction might relate to both: multiple messages like PAYMUL and DIRDEB and single instruction messages like PAYORD and PAYEXT.
An Authorisation Message could also be sent from the Ordered Bank to the Ordering Customer or its Authorisation Authority to request authorisation for a given financial transaction.
Throughout this document the term 'Original Message' refers to the message to be authorised.
||Banking status message
A BANSTA message is sent by the receiver of a previously sent message to report on the status of processing of this original message. It indicates, at the application level, the acceptance or rejection of the message or the ability for the receiver of the message to execute or not the instructions received.
Throughout this document the term 'Originator' refers to the sender of the original message to which the BANSTA message is responding; likewise, the term 'Recipient' refers to the sender of the Status message sent in response to the message generated by the 'Originator'.
||Bayplan/stowage plan occupied and empty locations
A message to transmit information about equipment and goods on a means of transport, including their location on the means of transport. The message can be exchanged between (liner's) agents, tonnage centers, stevedores and ships masters/operators (see section 1.3 for more details).
||Bayplan/stowage plan total numbers message
A message to transmit information about the total numbers of equipment and quantity of goods on a means of transport. The message can be exchanged between (liner's) agents, tonnage centers, stevedores and ships masters/operators (see section 1.3 for more details).
||Commercial dispute message
A notice of commercial dispute against one or more invoices is usually raised by the buyer to notify the seller that something was found wrong with the goods delivered or the services rendered (goods damaged, delivery incomplete, delivery late, etc.). The dispute must be resolved before the related invoice can be settled.
The message will be used to: - notify a dispute; - correspond about an existing dispute (structured information); - notify the settlement of a dispute.
The message will serve at the same time as the dispute notice and as the dispute answer.
Throughout this document, the term 'Buyer' refers to either the buyer or an Agent acting on behalf of the Buyer, and the term 'Seller' refers either to the seller or an Agent acting on behalf of the Seller.
||Advice on pending works message
Typically, this message is to enable a contractor who intends to start works to advise public authorities and water, gas, telephone, electricity ... distributors of his intention and to request them to send back plans or information under any form concerning existing networks.
||Direct payment valuation message
This message is the instruction by the contractor to the party responsible for payments, to pay the subcontractors for work completed.
||Establishment of contract
Upon completion of the tendering process, there is a requirement for the client or his representative to formally establish and issue the contractual Bill of Quantities. This documentation becomes the contractual basis for all future work and payment for the project.
||Invitation to tender message
At the pre-construction stage of a construction project, the Client will wish to appoint a contractor to execute the works. The first step in this appointment process is to issue an invitation to tender (ITT) to contractors this will require a commercial offer to be made by the contractor to the client.
||Payment valuation message
Typically this message will be used between a contractor and the client's representative, during the process of approving the value and payment for work completed for a given period of time.
||Quantity valuation message
Typically, this message will be used for a contractor to submit progress details to a client or his representative. The message will be used also for subsets of the project where work has been contracted out to other parties. In these cases the exchange would be between the subcontractor and the party that subcontracted the work.
||Response of pending works message
This message is a reply to a CONAPW message and enables service providers to respond to a contractor giving details of any services and networks in the location where construction work is to be undertaken.
Following the receipt of an invitation to tender (ITT), a Main Contractor or subcontractor will submit a tender which is a commercial offer to execute the project work defined in the Bill of Quantities (BoQ) within the ITT.
||Work item quantity determination message
Typically this message will be used between a contractor and the client's representative or other partners within the construction process, for justifying the work item quantities given in messages that describe the work items or their progress valuations.
||Credit advice message
A Credit Advice is sent by the Account Servicing Financial Institution to the Account Owner to inform the Account Owner that its account has been or will be credited for a specified amount on the date indicated, in settlement of the referenced business transaction(s).
||Extended credit advice message
An Extended Credit Advice is sent by the Account Servicing Financial Institution to the Account Owner to inform the Account Owner that its account has been or will be credited for a specified amount on the date indicated, in settlement of the referenced business transaction(s), and to provide to the Payee full details of the transactions to which the Extended Credit Advice relates.
||Customs cargo report message
This message permits the transfer of data from a carrier to a Customs administration for the purpose of meeting Customs cargo reporting requirements.
||Customs declaration message
This Customs Declaration Message (CUSDEC) permits the transfer of data from a declarant to a customs administration for the purpose of meeting legislative and/or operational requirements in respect of the declaration of goods for import, export or transit. The message may also be used, for example :
- to transmit data from an exporter in one country to an importer in another country; - to transmit consignment data from one customs administration to another; - to transmit data from a customs authority to other governments agencies and/or interested administrations. - to transmit data from a declarant to the appropriate data collection agency on the movement of goods between statistical territories.
||Customs express consignment declaration message
This message permits the transfer of express consignment data to a Customs Administration for the purpose of combining all three types of Customs reporting (conveyance report, cargo report and Customs Declaration) within a single message.
||Customs conveyance report message
This Customs Conveyance Report Message (CUSREP) permits the transfer of data from a carrier to a Customs administration for the purpose of meeting Customs reporting requirements in respect of the means of transport on which cargo is carried.
||Customs response message
This Customs Response Message (CUSRES) permits the transfer of data from a customs administration to the sender of customs data. It may also be used by Customs to transmit electronic customs clearance of goods.
||Debit advice message
A Debit Advice is sent by the Account Servicing Financial Institution to the Account Owner to inform the Account Owner that its account has been or will be debited for a specified amount on the date indicated, in settlement of the referenced business transaction(s).
||Delivery schedule message
A message from buyer to supplier giving product requirements regarding details for short term delivery instructions and/or medium to long term product/service forecast for planning purposes according to conditions set out in a contract or order. The message can be used to authorize the commitment of labour and materials resources.
||Delivery just in time message
A message provides the ability for a customer to convey precise delivery sequence and Just In Time schedule requirements to a supplier, and is intended to supplement the Delivery Schedule Message (DELFOR).
||Despatch advice message
A message specifying details for goods despatched or ready for despatch under agreed conditions.
||Direct debit message
Prior to the Direct Debit procedure, some agreement(s) would usually have been concluded :
- agreement between the Creditor and his Bank (mainly to specify the conditions of credit and the kind of direct debit).
- agreement between the Debtor and the Debtor's Bank (i.e. pre-authorization and condition of debit), or between the Creditor and the Debtor.
A Direct Debit is sent by the Creditor to the Creditor's Bank instructing it to claim specified amounts from the Debtor(s) and to credit these amounts to a single account it services for the Creditor in settlement of the referenced transaction(s).
Throughout this document the term 'Creditor' refers to either a Beneficiary or a Payee, likewise the term 'Debtor' refers to either an Ordering Customer or a Payor.
The term 'Bank' may be interpreted as any financial institution.
The term 'pre-authorization' refers to an agreement between a Creditor and a Debtor for
- either automatic debiting, as required,
- or for debiting unless rejected by the debtor in a period of time.
- the agreement can also be made between the debtor and his bank, independently of the amount of the DIRDEB.
||Documentary credit advice message
The Documentary Credit Advice message is used to indicate to the Beneficiary the terms and conditions of a documentary credit that has been originated by the Issuing Bank and received by the Advising Bank (or an Intermediary Advising Bank).
||Documentary credit application message
A message from a party requesting the issuance of a documentary credit to the party providing such a service. In this message, the conditions under which the sender of the message requires the documentary credit to be issued are given.
||Documentary credit issuance information message
The Documentary Credit Issuance Information message is used to indicate the terms and conditions of an issued documentary credit from the Issuing Bank to the Applicant and/or the Applicant's Bank.
||Cargo/goods handling and movement message
A message from a party to a warehouse/distribution center identifying the handling services and where required the movement of specified goods, limited to warehouses within the jurisdiction of the distribution centre.
||Forwarding and consolidation summary message
A message to be used for consolidation purposes from a party arranging forwarding and transport services to the party for which the transport of the consolidated cargo is destined. The message can be used to exchange information concerning the consolidated cargo between forwarders, carriers and agents enabling those parties to handle the consignments included in this consolidation. In addition it can be used for a collection of consignments originating from one shipper for forwarding and transport services.
||Forwarding and transport shipment charge calculation
The function of this message is to request the calculation of the transport charges of a specific shipment and to answer to such a request.
||Dangerous goods notification message
The International Forwarding and Transport Dangerous Goods Notification message is a message from the party responsible to declare the dangerous goods (e.g. carrier's agent, freight forwarder) to the party acting on behalf of the local authority performing the checks on conformance with the legal requirements on the control of dangerous goods, normally Port Authority, conveying the information relating to one conveyance/voyage of a means of transport such as a vessel, train, truck or barge, on the dangerous goods being loaded, unloaded, and/or in transit.
||Arrival notice message
A message from the party providing forwarding and/or transport services to the party such as has been indicated in the contract, giving notice and details of the arrival of the consignment.
||Booking confirmation message
A message from the party providing forwarding and/or transport services to the party booking those services giving the confirmation information to the booking of the consignment concerned. A confirmation might read that the booking of a consignment is accepted, pending, conditionally accepted or rejected.
The conditions under which requested services take place may be given in this message.
||Firm booking message
A message from a party definitely booking forwarding and/or transport services for a consignment to the party providing those services. The message will contain the conditions under which the sender of the messages requires the services to take place.
||Provisional booking message
A message from a party requesting space and/or giving brief details of a planned consignment for forwarding and/or transport services to the party providing those services. In this message, the conditions under which the planned transport should take place can be given.
||Instruction contract status message
A message from the party providing the transport/forwarding services to the party that issued the instructions for those services stating the actual details, terms and conditions (charges when applicable) of the service and of the consignment involved. In addition it can be used for the exchange of contract information between carriers mutually.
A message from the party issuing an instruction regarding forwarding/transport services for a consignment under conditions agreed, to the party arranging the forwarding and/or transport services.
||Forwarding and transport rate information message
The function of this message is to request transport rate information and to answer to such a request.
||Forwarding and transport schedule and available information
The function of this message is to request transport schedule or availability information and to answer to such a request.
||International multimodal status report message
A message to report the transport status and/or a change in the transport status (i.e. event) between agreed parties.
||International multimodal status request message
A message to request an International multimodal status report message (IFTSTA) in order to provide details relating to transport status and/or a change in the transport status between agreed parties.
||Insurance premium message
The Insurance Premium message is used by communicating parties to notify the recipient about premiums due from a client. All information needed to produce a detailed request for payment can be sent.
A message claiming payment for goods or services supplied under conditions agreed between the seller and the buyer.
The United Nations Standard Invoice Message, with correct data qualification, serves also as the specification for Debit Note and Credit Note messages. Throughout this document, the reference to 'Invoice' may be interpreted as conveying the wider meaning of 'Invoice/Credit Note/Debit Note'.
||Inventory report message
A message specifying information relating to held inventories. The Inventory report message is intended to be used in either direction between trading partners.
||Stowage instruction message
A Stowage instruction message contains details of one means of transport vehicle, giving instructions regarding the loading, discharging and restowage of equipment and/or cargoes and the location on the means of transport where the operation must take place.
||Purchase order change request message
A message from the buyer to the seller, specifying details of the buyer's request to change a purchase order.
||Purchase order message
A message specifying details for goods or services ordered under conditions agreed between the seller and the buyer.
||Purchase order response message
A message from the seller to the buyer, responding to a purchase order message or a purchase order change request message.
||Party information message
A message to enable the transmission of basic information regarding locations and the related operational, administrative, financial, manufacturing and trading data.
||Passenger list message
This Passenger List Message (PAXLST) permits the transfer of passenger/crew data from a Customs, Immigration or other designated authority in the country of departure to the appropriate authorities in the country of arrival of the means of transport.
Where national privacy legislation permits, and with the agreement of all parties involved, this message may also be exchanged between carriers and Customs, Immigration, Police or any designated authorities.
This transfer of data may occur upon departure from the sending agency and prior to arrival of the vessel/ flight at the receiving agency. This is to permit the designated authority at the place of destination to screen this data and take timely decisions related to the clearance of passengers and crew.
The transfer of data may also occur prior to departure, carriers may transmit passenger listings to customs and immigration for pre-arrival clearance.
Endorsement of this message by the Customs Cooperation Council does not necessarily mean endorsement by national Immigration or Police authorities, nor does it place any obligations on parties to apply the message.
||Payroll deductions advice message
The Payroll Deductions Advice is sent by a party (usually an employer or its representative) to a service providing organisation, to detail payments by payroll deductions, on behalf of employees, made to the service providing organisation.
||Extended payment order message
An Extended Payment Order is sent by the Ordering Customer (or Payor or Agent on behalf of the Ordering Customer) to the Ordered Bank, to instruct the Ordered Bank to debit an account it services for the Ordering Customer, and to arrange for the payment of a specified amount to the Beneficiary (or Payee or Agent in favour of Beneficiary) in settlement of the referenced business transaction(s), and to provide to the Payee full details of the transactions to which the Extended Payment Order relates.
Throughout this document, the term 'Ordering Customer' refers to either an Ordering Customer, or a Payor or Agent acting on behalf of the Ordering Customer; likewise the term 'Beneficiary' refers to either a Beneficiary, or a Payee or Agent acting on behalf of the Beneficiary.
||Multiple payment order message
A Multiple Payment order is sent by the Ordering Customer (or Payor or Agent on behalf of the Ordering Customer) to the Ordered Bank, to instruct the Ordered Bank to debit an account it services for the Ordering Customer, and to arrange for the payment of specified amounts to several Beneficiaries (or Payees) in settlement of the referenced business transaction(s).
Throughout this document, the term 'Ordering Customer' refers to either an Ordering Customer, or a Payor or Agent acting (sending) on behalf of the Ordering Customer; likewise the term 'Beneficiary' refers to either a Beneficiary, or a Payee or Agent acting on behalf of the Beneficiary.
||Payment order message
A Payment Order is sent by the Ordering Customer (or Payor or Agent on behalf of the Ordering Customer) to the Ordered Bank, to instruct the Ordered Bank to debit an account it services for the Ordering Customer, and to arrange for the payment of a specified amount to the Beneficiary (or Payee or Agent in favour of Beneficiary) in settlement of the referenced business transaction(s). Throughout this document, the term 'Ordering Customer' refers to either an Ordering Customer, or a Payor or Agent acting on behalf of the Ordering Customer; likewise the term 'Beneficiary' refers to either a Beneficiary, or a Payee or Agent acting on behalf of the Beneficiary.
||Price/sales catalogue message
A message to enable the transmission of information regarding pricing and catalogue details for goods and services offered by a seller to a buyer.
||Product exchange reconciliation message
The Product Exchange Message is a communication between two trading partners with agreements for the loan of products to each other, to provide information about movements of products from and to various locations on particular dates.
The message gives additional information on the outstanding balances of each product between the trading partners.
No financial value is attached to the products and settlement is usually carried out between like products.
||Insurance premium payment message
The Insurance Premium Payment message is used by communicating parties to notify the recipient about premiums to be collected, paid, not paid or partly paid, either individually or in series via borderaux or statements.
The exchanging partners are insurers and insurance intermediaries.
||Quality data message
A message to enable the transmission of the results of tests performed to satisfy a specified product or process requirement. The content includes, but is not limited to, test data and measurements, statistical information, and the testing methods employed.
A message which provides potential sellers with the ability to provide price, delivery schedule, and other conditions for potential sales of goods or services.
||Remittance advice message
The Remittance Advice is a communication between trading partners, e.g. seller, buyer, financial institutions, which provides a detailed accounting relative to a payment, or other form of financial settlement, for the provision of goods and/or services as detailed in the advice.
||Request for quote message
A message which provides potential buyers with the ability to solicit price, delivery schedule, and other conditions from potential sellers of goods or services.
A Sanitary/Phytosanitary Certificate permits an inspection authority to attest to the status (health, hygiene, freedom from disease or insect pests) of animal, plant or fish product, and provides basic details about the means of conveyance of that product.
||Sales data report message
A message to enable the transmission of sales data related to products or services, such as corresponding location, period, product identification, pricing, monetary amount, quantity, market sector information, sales parties. It enables the recipient to process the information automatically and use it for production, planning, marketing, statistical purposes, etc.
||Statement of account message
A Statement of Account is a communication from a Seller or his agent to a Buyer or his agent, providing information about the status of an account at a specific point in time. It is used as an aid to reconciliation. At the same time it may be a reminder of payment due.
||Superannuation contributions advice message
The Superannuation Contributions Advice is sent by a party to an organisation administering a superannuation scheme, to detail contribution payments made for members of the superannuation scheme.
||Superannuation maintenance message
The Superannuation Maintenance Message is sent by a party to an organisation administering a superannuation scheme, to specify membership maintenance information about superannuation scheme members.