Qualifier values of 3035 in D18A
Party function code qualifier (an1..3)
Code giving specific meaning to a party.
Party to be billed (AAR Accounting rule 11)
Party to be billed in accordance with AAR Accounting rule 11.
Third party who arranged the purchase of merchandise on behalf of the actual buyer.
Any natural or legal person who makes a declaration to an official body on behalf of another natural or legal person, where legally permitted (CCC).
Natural or legal person responsible for the satisfactory performance of a Customs transit operation. Source: CCC.
(3196) Party authorized to act on behalf of another party. Synonym: Representative.
Transit principal's agent/representative
Agent acting on behalf of the transit principal (CCC).
Successful job applicant
Person who has been chosen for a job.
Party issuing mutually agreed codes
The party which has issued all mutually agreed codes used in the message.
Party to whom acknowledgement should be sent.
Principal responsible party
(3340) Party accepting liability for goods held or moving (e.g. transit) under a Customs authorization and - when applicable - a guarantee.
Employee of a company or firm authorized to act on behalf of that company or firm e.g. to make a Customs declaration.
Person or company which is authorised by the relevant Customs authority to import goods without payment all taxes or specific taxes at the point of entry into the country.
Party account is assigned to.
(3336) Party accepting goods, products, services, etc.
Person or company approved by the relevant authority in the country to pack and export specific goods under Customs supervision.
Exporter authorized/approved by Customs for special Customs procedures e.g. simplified procedure.
Account servicing financial institution
Identifies the financial institution servicing the account(s).
Importer authorized/approved by Customs for special Customs procedures e.g. simplified procedure.
Authorized trader (transit)
Trader authorized/approved by Customs for special transit procedures e.g. simplified procedure.
Party that has delegated the authority to take a certain action on behalf of a company or agency.
(3234) Financial institution which is requested to issue the documentary credit.
Party which certifies that a document is authentic.
Animal being investigated
Animal being investigated.
 Financial institution which issues the documentary credit, if the applicant's bank is not acting as the issuing bank.
Contact bank 1
Identifies an additional bank which must be informed of certain aspects of the message.
Contact bank 2
Identifies an additional bank which must be informed of certain aspects of the message.
Party acting as a booking office for transport and forwarding services.
Buyer bank identification
To identify a bank employed by the buyer to make a payment.
Financial institution to whom a negotiable documentary credit is directed.
Documentary credit reimbursing bank
 A financial institution which reimburses documentary credit.
(3260) The ultimate recipient of the funds. Normally the account owner who is reimbursed by the payer.
(3422) Identifies the account servicer for the beneficiary or the payee.
A party that keeps a person in service for payment.
Previous employer of a person(s).
Buyer's financial institution
Financial institution designated by buyer to make payment.
Release to party
Party to which the goods or container(s) is (are) to be released.
Party acting as financial institution.
Bill of lading recipient
Party to receive B/L.
 Party which is the object of an insurance contract.
Party which benefits from insurance coverage.
Broker or sales office
Party acting in the name of the seller as broker or as sales office.
Building site purchaser
Party at the building site responsible for the purchasing of goods and services for that particular site.
Cheque drawn bank
Identifies the bank on which the cheque should be drawn, as instructed by the ordering customer.
Bill and ship to
Party receiving goods and relevant invoice.
Party to be billed for other than freight (bill to)
Party receiving invoice excluding freight costs.
Party carrying out service bureau processing work, (e.g. a payroll bureau).
Member of a group (e.g. of a group of persons or a service scheme).
A person who acquires something temporarily with the promise or intention of returning.
Building site engineer
Party at the building site responsible for engineering matters for that particular site.
 Party to which merchandise or services are sold.
Building site forwarder
Party at the building site responsible for forwarding the received goods on that particular site.
In care of party no. 1
A person taking responsibility on behalf of party no. 1.
In care of party no. 2
A person taking responsibility on behalf of party no. 2.
 Party undertaking or arranging transport of goods between named points.
Agent or representative or a professional Customs clearing agent who deals directly with Customs on behalf of the importer or exporter (CCC).
Party who claims goods or insurance.
Bank of the agent.
Company which cedes something to someone.
Party to whom the possession of specified property (e.g. container) has been conveyed for a period of time in return for rental payments.
 Party authorized to act for or on behalf of carrier.
Owner or operator of a transportation conveyance to which goods in a given transaction will be transferred.
Party who provides extra treatment to goods on commission base.
Previous member of a group of persons or a service scheme.
Empty equipment despatch party
Party from whose premises empty equipment will be or has been despatched.
Container location party
Party from whose premises container will be or has been despatched.
Identification of customs authority relevant to the transaction or shipment.
 Party to which goods are consigned.
Identification of the Head Office within a company.
Party to receive certificate of compliance
Party acting for or on behalf of seller in matters concerning compliance.
Party to which the cheque will be ordered, when different from the beneficiary.
Empty equipment return party
Party to whose premises empty equipment will be or has been returned.
Party consolidating various consignments, payments etc.
Consignee to be specified
The party to be identified at a later time as the consignee.
Container return company
The company to which containers have to be returned.
Consignee of vessel
Party to which the vessel shall be delivered.
Owner of equipment (container, etc.).
Party authorized to act on behalf of the consignee.
IATA cargo agent entitled to commission.
 Party which, by contract with a carrier, consigns or sends goods with the carrier, or has them conveyed by him. Synonym: shipper, sender.
Available with bank (documentary credits)
Financial institution with whom the documentary credit is available.
The affiliate of a retailer or distributor.
Party that splits up a large consignment composed of separate consignments of goods. The smaller consignments of goods were grouped together into that large consignment for carriage as a larger unit in order to obtain a reduced rate.
Documentary credit account party's bank
Bank of the documentary credit account party.
Party depositing goods, financial payments or documents.
Documentary credit applicant
 Party at whose request the applicant's bank/issuing bank is to issue a documentary credit.
Documentary credit beneficiary
Party in whose favour the documentary credit is to be issued and the party that must comply with the credit's terms and conditions.
Documentary credit account party
Party which is responsible for the payment settlement of the documentary credit with the applicant's bank/issuing bank, if different from the documentary credit applicant.
Documentary credit second beneficiary
Party to whom the documentary credit can be transferred.
Party according to documentary credit transaction
Party related to documentary credit transaction.
Documentary credit beneficiary's bank
Financial institution with which the beneficiary of the documentary credit maintains an account.
Company offering a financial service whereby a firm sells or transfers title to its accounts receivable to the factoring company.
Party to whom documents are to be presented
Party to whom documents are to be presented.
Owner of operation
Owner of the operation.
 Party which should receive a specified document.
 Party to which goods should be delivered, if not identical with consignee, such as the place where a container is to be, or has been, positioned.
Person acting on delegation of powers of the owner.
Person who drives a means of transport.
Party distributing goods, financial payments or documents.
 Party which makes a declaration to an official body or - where legally permitted - in whose name, or on whose behalf, a declaration to an official body is made.
Person commissioned by the owner to represent him in certain circumstances.
Project management office
Party commissioned by the owner to follow through the execution of all works.
(3290) Party on whom drafts must be drawn.
Party representing the contractor to advise and supervise engineering aspects of the works.
Engineer, resident (construction)
Party commissioned by the owner to advise and supervise engineering aspects of the works.
A designer who prepares plans for buildings, ships, etc. and supervises their construction.
Designer of the construction project.
Party controlling the conformity of works to legal and regulation rules.
Party exchanging currencies or goods.
Party providing professional engineering services.
Location of goods for customs examination before clearance
The location where the goods are examined by customs before clearance.
Project coordination office
Party responsible for technical coordination of works.
Party responsible for topographical measurements.
Party responsible for quantity measurements.
Party controlling the quality of goods and workmanship for the project.
Party responsible for the quantification and valuation of the works on behalf of the contractor.
Surveyor (professional), quantity
Party responsible to the owner for the quantification and valuation of the works.
Party responsible for a project, e.g. a construction project.
Party to receive electronic memo of invoice
Party being informed about invoice issue (via EDI).
Firm answering an invitation to tender.
Owner of equipment
Party who owns equipment.
Equipment drop-off party
The party which drops off equipment.
Empty container responsible party
Party responsible for the empty container.
Empty container return agent
Party, designated by owner of containers, responsible for their collection as agreed between the owner and customer/ consignee.
Leader representing a grouping of co-contractors.
Member of a grouping of co-contractors.
Single contractor for the whole construction project, working by his own or with subcontractors.
Firm carrying out a part of the works for a contractor.
Subcontractor with direct payment
Subcontractor benefiting from direct payments.
 Party who makes, or on whose behalf the export declaration is made, and who is the owner of the goods or has similar rights of disposal over them at the time when the declaration is accepted.
Subcontractor authorized by the owner after having been proposed.
Operator, essential services
Operator of essential services e.g. water, sewerage system, power.
Operator, communication channel
Operator of a communication channel.
Nominated freight company
Party nominated to act as transport company or carrier for the goods.
Firm or grouping of co-contractors which has been awarded the contract.
Buyer's parent company
Parent company, e.g. holding company.
Credit rating agency
A party which evaluates another party for credit rating.
Factoring company engaged by another factoring company to assist the letter with the services provided to the clients (sellers).
Buyer as officially registered
Buying party as officially registered with government.
Seller as officially registered
Selling party as officially registered with government.
Copy message to
Party that is to receive a copy of a message.
Organisation representing employees.
Previous Trade Union
Employee organisation who previously represented an employee .
A person conveyed by a means of transport, other than the crew.
A person manning a means of transport.
 The issuer of a tariff, e.g. a freight tariff.
Party performing inspection
A party which inspects something.
Party responsible for the payment of freight.
Container survey agent
The container survey agency that will survey the containers.
Party where the message comes from.
Party authorized to make definite a contract action
Party who has the authority to make definite a contract action.
Financial settlement party
 Party responsible for either the transfer or repatriation of the funds relating to a transaction.
Hazardous material office
The office responsible for providing information regarding hazardous material.
Party providing government furnished property
The party responsible for providing government furnished property.
 Party arranging forwarding of goods.
Current receiver of the goods in a multi-step transportation process (indirect flow) involving at least one grouping centre.
Current sender of the goods in a multi-step transportation process (indirect flow) involving at least one grouping centre.
A party in charge of groupage, including degroupage and regroupage.
A road carrier moving cargo.
Chamber of commerce
Name of the Chamber of Commerce of the town where the company is registered.
 Party responsible for the keeping of goods.
Party or person who has produced the produce.
Name of the tribunal where the company is registered.
Slot charter party
An identification code of a participant or user that books slots (space) on a ship, more likely on a long term basis on a series of sailings. He pays for the space whether he uses it or not.
Applicant for job
A person who applied for a job.
Person is a spouse.
Person is a mother.
Person is a father.
Socially insured person
A person who is registered in a social security scheme.
To specifically identify the party in charge of inventory control.
Party or person who has or will apply a process.
The party which owns the goods.
Party or person who has undertaken or will undertake packing.
Party or person who has undertaken or will undertake a slaughter.
Goods releasing party
 Party entitled to authorize release of goods from custodian.
Party authorised to represent the consignor.
A carrier moving cargo, including containers, via rail.
Originator of article number
A code identifying the party which created a specific article number.
Procurement responsibility for order
A code used to identify the organization which is responsible for the procurement.
Party fulfilling all operations
Code indicating the fact that the party identified carries out all operations within that company's activities.
Central catalogue party
Party controlling a central catalogue.
Inventory reporting party
Party reporting inventory information.
Party which may be in a position to supply products or services should the main usual supplier be unable to do so.
Party which delivers consignments to the terminal
Party which delivers consignments to a terminal.
Party which picks up consignments from the terminal
Party which picks up consignments from a terminal.
Transit freight forwarder
Freight forwarder to whom transit consignments are addressed, and from whom they are to be on-forwarded.
Inspection and acceptance party
The party who will perform inspection and acceptance.
The office that provides transportation information.
Contract administration office
The office responsible for the administration of a contract.
A party who conducts investigations.
The office responsible for conducting audits.
The party requesting an action.
Foreign disclosure information office
The office that reviews sensitive information for foreign disclosure.
The party within an organization for whom the material is marked to be delivered.
Party to receive reports
The party to whom reports are to be submitted.
Party identification of an alternative manufacturer for a product.
The party who is performing a service.
An association of shippers.
Final message recipient
To identify the final recipient of the message.
Identifies the owner of the account.
Shipping line service
Identifies the shipping line service organization.
Party to whom payment is due.
Institution through which funds will be paid.
Bank which instructed the sender to act on the transaction(s).
Receiver of funds
Identifies the financial party that receives the funds.
Sender of funds
Identifies the party that sends the funds.
Party from whom payment is due.
The bank which presents documents to the drawee.
Team responsible for performing work.
Intermediary bank 1
A financial institution between the ordered bank and the beneficiary's bank.
Intermediary bank 2
A financial institution between the ordered bank and the beneficiary's bank.
A person intervening between parties to produce agreement or reconciliation.
The intermediate consignee.
A code used to identify a party who replaces the previous party for the manufacture of an article.
Non-resident third party company with whom financial account is held
Identifies the non-resident third party company with whom the financial account is held.
Non-resident group company with whom financial account is held
Identifies the non-resident group company with whom the financial account is held.
The ultimate non-resident recipient of the funds. Normally the account owner who is reimbursed by the payer.
The ultimate resident recipient of the funds. Normally the account owner who is reimbursed by the payer.
 Party issuing an invoice.
Non-resident instructing party
Identifies the non-resident party originating the instruction.
Resident instructing party
Identifies the resident party originating the instruction.
 Party who makes - or on whose behalf a Customs clearing agent or other authorized person makes - an import declaration. This may include a person who has possession of the goods or to whom the goods are consigned.
 A person or company offering insurance policies for premiums.
A company engaged in the business of insurance.
Insurance claim adjuster
 A party which adjusts losses on behalf of an insurer.
Domestic financial institution
Domestic party acting as financial institution.
Non-domestic financial institution
Non-domestic party acting as financial institution.
Party to receive certified inspection report
Party (at buyer) to receive certified inspection report.
Installation on site
A party who possesses the site on which an installation shall be made.
Non-resident party who makes the payment or against whom a claim exists.
 Party to whom an invoice is issued.
Non-resident party receiving the payment or against whom a liability exists.
Supplier work team
The supplier's team responsible for performing the work.
A code to identify the party who rents the rights to use the goodwill and facilities of an enterprise.
Party mandated to liquidate an enterprise
A code to identify the party who has been legally mandated to sell off an enterprise.
Code identifying the party as a certified accountant.
Goods collection party
Party that will collect or has collected the goods.
Party at final place of positioning
Identifies the party at the final place of positioning.
Customs office of clearance
Identifies the office where customs clearance procedures take place.
Party from whom customs documents are to be picked up
Identification of the party from whom customs documents are to be picked up.
Party from whom non-customs documents are to be picked up
Identification of the party from whom non-customs documents are to be picked up.
Party to receive customs documents
Identification of the party to whom customs documents are to be delivered.
Party to receive non-customs documents
Identification of the party to whom non-customs documents are to be delivered.
Party designated to provide living animal care
Party responsible to take care of transported living animals.
A code used to identify a party who participates in production.
Party declaring the Value Added Tax (VAT)
A code to identify the party who is responsible for declaring the Value Added Tax (VAT) on the sale of goods or services.
Party recovering the Value Added Tax (VAT)
A code to identify the party who is eligible to recover the Value Added Tax (VAT) on the sale of goods or services.
Person on claim
To identify the person who is the subject of the claim.
Buyer's corporate office
The identification of the buyer's corporate office.
Supplier's corporate office
The identification of the supplier's corporate office.
The party responsible for settling or paying a debt.
An individual with coordination responsibilities for a specific account.
An individual responsible for an inspection team.
A person receiving or registered to receive medical treatment.
Person accompanying the patient.
Medical treatment executant
The party who executes a medical treatment.
Party lending goods or equipment.
Medical treatment prescriber
The party who prescribes a medical treatment.
Party responsible for the loading when other than carrier.
Debt payment authorisation party
A party which authorises the payment of a debt.
Identification of an administration centre.
Product services and repairs centre
A centre which services and repairs products.
Party is a secretariat.
Entry point technical assessment group
Party acts as an entry point for technical assessment.
Party assigning a status
Party responsible for assigning a status.
Party for whom item is ultimately intended
Party for whom item is ultimately intended.
Manufacturer of goods
 Party who manufactures the goods.
Party designated to execute re-icing
Party designated to execute re-icing, selected in the official list of mandatories competent for this kind of operation.
Planning schedule/material release issuer
A party issuing a planning schedule/material release.
A party acting as a particular production unit of a manufacturer.
A party to receive a message or messages.
 Issuer of a document and/or sender of a message.
Party designated to execute sanitary procedures
A party which is designated to execute sanitary procedures.
Notify party no. 2
 The second party which is to be notified.
 Party to be notified. Synonym: Notify party No. 1.
Break bulk berth operator
Party who offers facilities for berthing of vessels, handling and storage of break bulk cargo.
Party who issued an order.
Party data responsible party
The party responsible for all party data.
Equipment repair party
A party making repairs to equipment.
Owner of property
Party owning a property.
On behalf of
Party on behalf of which an action is executed.
Owner or lessor's surveyor
Surveyor hired by the owner or lessor of the item.
Surveyor hired by the lessee of the item.
Outside inspection agency
Third party inspecting goods or equipment.
Another party besides the two principals.
Identifies a sub-entity within the receiver's organization.
Case of need party
Party to be approached in case of difficulty.
Any bank, other than the remitting bank, involved in processing the collection.
The bank to which the principal has entrusted the handling of a collection.
Order of the shipper party
The owner of goods under consignment which are moving under a negotiable transport document and will only be released upon receipt of the original transport document.
Operator of property or equipment
(3174) The party which operates property or a unit of equipment.
The party entrusting the handling of a collection to a bank.
Identifies the bank servicing the account for the ordering customer or payer.
The original supplier of the goods.
Outside test agency
Third party testing goods, equipment or services.
Account owner's servicing bank on the sending side
Identifies the financial institution on the sending side which services the account owner's bank account(s).
Transport means owner
Party owning the means of transport. No synonym of carrier (= CA).
Account owner's servicing bank on the receiving side
Identifies the financial institution on the receiving side which services the account owner's bank account(s).
Sender's correspondent bank
The account, or branch of the sender, or another financial institution, through which the sender will reimburse the receiver.
Identifies the originator of the instruction.
Receiver's correspondent bank
The branch of the receiver, or another financial institution, at which the funds will be made available to the receiver.
Contact party 1
First party to contact.
Contact party 2
Second party to contact.
Contact party 3
Third party to contact.
Contact party 4
Fourth party to contact.
Party to receive inspection report
Party to whom the inspection report should be sent.
Paying financial institution
Financial institution designated to make payment.
Actual purchaser's customer
Party the purchaser within the actual message is selling the ordered goods or services to.
Purchaser's department buyer
Purchasing department of buyer.
Identifies the credit party when other than the beneficiary.
Party to receive freight bill
Party to whom the freight bill should be sent.
Party responsible for the whole project if other than the buyer.
Payer's financial institution
Institution chosen by the payer to execute financial transactions on his behalf.
Payee's company name/ID
Receiving company name/ID (ACH transfers).
Party to receive correspondence
Second party designated by a first party to receive certain correspondence in lieu of it being mailed directly to this first party.
Party to contact.
Party to receive paper memo of invoice
Party being informed about invoice issue (via paper).
Party to receive shipping notice
The party is to be the recipient of the shipping notice.
To be used only if ordering party and buyer are not identical.
A party which certifies something.
 Party responsible for making a payment.
Payer's company name/ID (Check, Draft or Wire)
Party to send cheque, draft or wire for payment.
Party to receive test report
A party which is named to be the recipient of test reports.
 Party where goods are to be, or have been, taken over by a carrier such as the place where a container is picked-up.
Party to receive all documents
A party which is named to be the recipient of all documents.
Party or contact designated on behalf of carrier or his agent to establish the actual figures for quantities, weight, volume and/or (cube) measurements of goods or containers which are to appear in the transport contract and on which charges will be based.
Party to print some document
The party that is to print a specific document.
Central bank or regulatory authority
Identifies central bank or regulatory authority which must be informed of certain aspects of a message.
Receiving financial institution
Financial institution designated to receive payment.
Party to receive commercial invoice remittance
Party to whom payment for a commercial invoice or bill should be remitted.
Name of a person or department which actually delivers the goods.
Seller's financial institution
Financial institution designated by seller to receive payment. RDFI (ACH transfers).
Intermediary party between ceding company and reinsurance.
Reporting carrier (Customs)
Party who makes the cargo report to Customs.
Reporting carrier's nominated agent/representative (Customs)
Agent who formally makes a cargo report to Customs on behalf of the carrier.
Party responsible for the selection of the carrier(s).
Party to receive statement of account
Party to whom the statement of account should be sent.
Receiver of cheque
Identifies the party which is to receive the actual cheque, when different from the receiver of funds.
Issuer of waybill
Party issuing the contract (waybill) for carriage.
A party being responsible for sales.
 Party selling merchandise or services to a buyer.
Identification of the party from where goods will be or have been shipped.
A chain of shops or stores.
Shipping schedule issuer
The party which issues a shipping schedule.
A party keeping a shop or store.
Sold to if different than bill to
Party to whom the goods have been sold, if different to the bill to party.
 Party representing the seller for the purpose of a trade transaction.
Social securities collector's office
Party collecting social securities premiums.
Identification of the party to where goods will be or have been shipped.
Party who supplies goods and or services.
Surety for additions
Natural of legal person (generally a bank of insurance company) who accepts responsibility in due legal form for the financial guarantee to Customs of the payment of additional duties or fees that become due against a particular shipment, which have not previously been covered by surety.
Natural or legal person (generally a bank or insurance company) who accepts responsibility in due legal form for the financial consequences of non-fulfillment of another's obligations to the Customs (CCC).
Surety for antidumping/countervailing duty
Natural or legal person that has been contracted by the importer to guarantee to Customs the payment of antidumping and/or countervailing duties that become due against a particular shipment.
The party responsible for a receivership.
To specify that the party is a submitter.
Tax collector's office
Party collecting taxes.
Party to receive technical documentation
Party to whom technical documentation should be sent.
To specify that the party is a referee in a bankruptcy case.
Source of information
To specify that the party is the source of information.
To specify that the party is a judge.
To specify that the party is an attorney.
To specify that the party is a law firm.
To specify that the party is a trustee.
To specify that the party is a signatory.
The party is an occupant.
The party is a co-occupant.
Subject of inquiry
The party is the subject of an inquiry.
The party is a lessor.
Owner of residence
Identifies the owner of a residence.
Identifies the founder.
A party which handles the loading and unloading of marine vessels.
Party to receive certified test results
Party to whom the certified test results should be sent.
The party which is the recipient of a transfer.
Identifies the president.
Identifies the chairperson.
Legal title holder
Identifies the legal title holder.
Identifies a shareholder.
Identifies the provider.
Identifies the branch of the military.
Identifies a university, college or school.
Identifies the assignor.
Party who has been designated on the invoice or packing list as the final recipient of the stated merchandise.
The final recipient of goods.
Identifies the advisor.
Identifies the co-defendant.
Merged company with retained identity
Company whose identity has been retained from a merger.
Identifies the party represented.
Identifies the assignee.
Identifies the key person.
Identifies the author.
Ultimate parent company
Identifies the ultimate parent company.
Party not to be confused with
Identifies a party not to be confused with another party.
Identifies the accountant.
Identifies the plaintiff.
A party to unload the goods.
Identifies the parent company.
Identifies the affiliated company.
Identifies the bailiff.
Identifies the company involved in a merger.
Identifies the defendant.
Identifies the petitioning creditor.
Identifies the guarantee agency.
Identifies the organization group.
Identifies the subsidiary.
Identifies the industry association.
Identifies the joint owner.
Identifies the joint venture.
Identifies the filing office.
Identifies the court.
Identifies the liability holder.
Local government sponsor
Identifies the local government sponsor.
Identifies the mortgage company.
Identifies the notary public.
Identifies the officer.
Identifies the publisher.
Party manufactured for
Identifies the party for whom manufacturing of goods is done.
Identifies the previous owner.
Party vending goods or services.
Identifies the purchased company.
Manager of a business which is in receivership status and which will not be liquidated.
Responsible government agency
Identifies the responsible government agency.
Identifies the sole proprietor.
Identifies the auctioneer.
Identifies the branch.
Identifies the business.
Ultimate same country parent company
Identifies the highest level parent company in the same country.
Identifies the party that can be called to account.
Identifies a party that is guaranteed against loss.
Other related party
Identifies an entity as an unspecified but related party.
Identifies an entity as a joint or mutual debtor.
Company which holds financial interest
Identifies a company which holds any financial stake in an undertaking or organization.
Identifies an organization responsible for assigning a classification or rating.
Information reference agency
The agency responsible for the reference of information.
 Party depositing goods in a warehouse.
The agency responsible for the compilation of information.
Information maintenance agency
The agency responsible for the maintenance of information.
Information dissemination agency
The agency responsible for the dissemination of information.
 Party taking responsibility for goods entered into a warehouse.
Specifies the address for an inspection.
Identification of the party responsible for a refusal.
Value added network provider
A party that provides telecommunications interconnectivity services in an electronic data interchange environment.
The business or establishment of an agent.
A party managing works.
Party to receive order to supply
Party designated by the registering party to receive a binding direction to supply something.
Party to receive invitation to offer
An entity to receive an invitation to offer.
A part into which an entity has been divided.
Doing business as
The name under which business is conducted.
Party submitting quote
The party stating the price of something to be purchased.
Seller of articles, often in large quantities, to be retailed by others.
A party attached or connected to another party.
Name of an entity used before the current name.
Party performing task
An entity responsible for performing a task to be undertaken.
Party performing the registration.
Inland clearance depot operator
Party that offers the facility for the goods or container(s) to be cleared by customs authorities or other governmental authorities in the interior of a country.
Destination terminal operator
Party that operates a terminal to which goods or containers are destined.
Departure terminal operator
Party that operates a terminal from which goods or containers have departed or will depart.
Cash pool top account servicing financial institution
Identification of a financial institution servicing the top account of a cash pool.
Cash pool level account servicing financial institution
Identification of a financial institution servicing the level account of a cash pool.
Cash pool sub-account servicing financial institution
Identification of a financial institution servicing the sub-account of a cash pool.
Entity in which a financial interest is held
Business in which a financial interest is held.
Intermediate level parent company
Identifies an intermediate parent company.
A party responsible for transshipment.
Quotation requesting party
Party sending a request for a quotation.
Party maintaining the codes used in the message
The party which maintains the codes used in the message.
Party maintaining the identifiers used in the message
The party which maintains the identifiers used in the message.
An individual responsible for sending something to a destination.
Submitter of sample
An entity responsible for the submission of a sample.
The institution providing the service.
Primary health care provider
Health care provider that has primary responsibility for patient.
Physician assisting in surgery.
Admitting health care provider
Health care provider that admitted the patient.
Referring health care provider
Health care provider that referred patient to current provider of services.
Supervising health care provider
Health care provider that supervised the rendering of a service.
Party providing financing
Identifies the party providing the financing.
Party designated to escort the transported goods.
Identifies the nominated bank.
Identifies a family member.
Identifies another party who participates in an activity.
Party which is involved in an activity.
Identifies the entity who assigns.
An individual who is registered as a principal for an entity.
Freight payer on behalf of the consignor
(3470) Freight payer is a third party acting on behalf of the consignor.
Freight payer on behalf of the consignee
(3470) Freight payer is a third party acting on behalf of the consignee.
Party responsible for disinfection
Party responsible for performing disinfection operations.
Party responsible for refueling
Party responsible for performing refueling operations.
 Identifies the financial institution used by the issuing bank to advise the documentary credit.
Identifies the financial institution through which the reimbursement is to be effected.
Advise through bank
Identifies the financial institution through which the advising bank is to advise.
Charges payer at destination
Party, other than the ordering party, which has to pay the charges concerning the destination operations.
Transport means master name
 Name of the Master of a means of transport such as vessel.
Means of transport charterer
Charterer of the means of transport.
Party to whom excise must be paid.
Copy report to
Party receiving a copy of a report.
Related healthcare party
A healthcare party related to the subject.
Clinical information provider
Party providing clinical information.
Party requesting a service.
Patient admitted by
Party who admitted a patient.
Patient discharged to
The party who receives the discharged patient.
Patient hosted by
The party hosting the patient.
Prescriber's contact person
Contact person for the prescriber.
Despatch charge payer
Party, other than the ordering party, which has to pay the charges concerning the despatch operations.
Prescription database owner
Organisation or person owning a prescription database.
The doctor who issued the original prescription.
A person employed on a temporary basis.
A party who designs.
Quotation delivered to
Party to whom the quotation is to be or has been delivered.
A party who develops.
Test execution party
The party performing a test.
Party to receive refund
Party to whom a refund is given.
Authorised issuer of prescription
Party authorised to issue a prescription.
Authorised dispenser of medicine
Organisation or person authorised to dispense medicine.
Report responsible party
The party or person taking responsibility for a report.
The party who does the initial sending.
The party authorising the original prescription
The party authorising the issuer of the original prescription.
A party who applies for something.
A party physically reading the meter.
Primary electronic business contact
Code specifying a party who serves as a business entity's primary contact for matters related to electronic business.
Alternate electronic business contact
Code specifying a party who serves as a business entity's alternate contact for matters related to electronic business.
Primary government business contact
Code specifying a party who serves as a business entity's primary contact for matters related to doing business with the government.
Alternate government business contact
Code specifying a party who serves as a business entity's alternate contact for matters related to doing business with the government.
Past performance contact
Code specifying a party who serves as a business entity's contact for matters related to the past performance of that entity.
Balance responsible party
A party responsible for balancing supply and consumption.
Group of passengers
A group of persons conveyed by a means of transport, other than the crew.
A party operating a grid.
First financial institution in the transaction chain
Identifies the financial institution that is the point of entry into the interbank transaction chain.
Party responsible for the management of the location.
Party responsible for leading the group.
Balance power supplier
The supplier of balance power.
Consignor's freight forwarder
Identification of freight forwarder giving services to the consignor.
Consignee's freight forwarder
Identification of freight forwarder giving services to the consignee.
In transit crew member
The movement of a crew member from one country to another via the territory of an intermediate country for which no entry is intended.
In transit passenger
The movement of a passenger from one country to another via the territory of an intermediate country for which no entry is intended.
Energy consumption imbalance responsible party
A party who can be brought to rights, legally and financially, for any imbalance between energy bought and consumed for all associated metering points.
Energy production imbalance responsible party
A party who can be brought to rights, legally and financially, for any imbalance between energy sold and produced for all associated metering points.
Imbalance settlement responsible party
A party that is responsible for settlement of the difference between planned and realised quantities.
Transmission capacity allocator
A party managing the allocation of transmission capacity.
Metering point administrator
A party responsible for registering the technical specifications of metering points and the parties linked to them.
Metered data aggregator
A party responsible for aggregation of metered data.
A party responsible for the operation of a meter, including installing maintaining, testing, certifying and decommissioning.
Party connected to grid
A party that contracts for the right to consume or produce electricity at a metering point.
Profile maintenance party
A party that maintains profiles.
A person who hides on a conveyance in order to obtain free passage.
Person whose job is to cut up and/or mince meat.
Consortium Carrier (maritime)
A marine carrier that transports goods for more than one shipping line between named points.
Non-vessel operating carrier
A carrier that does not operate the vessel.
Means of transport operator
The operator of a means of transport, e.g. the captain of a vessel.
Address where cargo is loaded into the transport equipment e.g. container. Synonyms; vanning address / place of vanning.
Mooring service provider
Party responsible for mooring the vessel at the berth in the port. Synonym: Boatmen.
Pilotage service provider
Party responsible for the pilotage of the vessel.
Berth towage service provider
Party responsible for towing the vessel to/from the berth in the port.
Agent/representative, direct representation
Party authorised to act in the name and on behalf of another person.
Agent/representative, indirect representation
Party authorised to act in its own name but on behalf of another person.
A party which handles the loading and unloading of marine vessels from several terminals.
Party responsible for the shipment of goods.
Source data pool
A data pool that supports the functionality required by a data source such as data loading, publication, notification, registration, etc.
The owner of a brand.
Cockpit crew and personnel inside cockpit.
Crew members operating in passenger cabin.
Airline operations management, not in cockpit
Personnel of the airline operations management department positioned outside the cockpit.
Cargo non-cockpit crew and/or non-crew personnel
Employees of the carrier, cargo groomers, or special cargo handlers, that are not authorized to ride in the cockpit.
Pilots seated outside cockpit
Pilots currently not in charge of flying the aircraft and not present in the cockpit.
A party recognized under relevant legislation to undertake official verification.
A person authorized under relevant legislation for the purpose of issuing official assurances.
Bank for deposit of duties/taxes/fees
Bank that is authorized to receive the deposit for duties, taxes, and fees.
Company security officer (IMO Circular MSC 1130)
The company security officer as described in IMO Circular MSC 1130.
The party providing distillation services.
The bonded (insured) party that moves goods within port limits.
The party who offers items for exhibit or show.
A commercial establishment that feeds livestock.
A person appointed to some position of responsibility or authority in the government.
Government service requestor
The party requesting inspection, grading, or other government service.
The party who grows crops.
ISPS Responsible Party
The responsible party as identified and defined in the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS).
LPCO authorized party
The party to whom the License, Permit, Certificate, or Other required document (LPCO) is issued.
Operator of property, registered
The registered operator of the property.
Organic growth certifier, accredited
An organization that is accredited to certify organic growth processes.
Party holding Certificate of Financial Responsibility
The party holding the Certificate of Financial Responsibility (COFR).
Port facility security officer
The individual (person) designated as the port facility security officer responsible for port security requirements.
The owner of the vehicle.
Security certificate issuer, recognized
Organization recogized for issuing security certificates.
Ship Security Officer
The person who is appointed as Ship Security Officer (SSO).
Certificate issuer, veterinary
The person who issues veterinary certificates.
The party putting together various components or parts into a product or commodity.
The party is a competitor.
Party holding exclusive rights to a protected intellectual property.
Authorised Economic Operator (AEO)
Party approved by Customs as complying with WCO or equivalent supply-chain security standards.
Manufacturer of equipment
Party who manufactures equipment.
Crew other ship
Crew for another vessel.
Article information responsible party
The party responsible for article information.
Price information responsible party
The party responsible for price information.
Invoice processing party
Party to whom the invoice is sent and who processes the invoice on behalf of the invoicee. Note, the invoicee is legally responsible for the invoice and can be different to the processing party.
Logistic service provider
A party providing logistic services for another party (e.g re-packing suppliers products).
Party which provides fattening service.
Party which provides breeding service.
A party responsible for keeping a register of meters and related characteristics.
Metered data responsible
A party responsible for the establishment and validation of metered data received from the Metered Data Collector.
Operator of a market, e.g . In the utilities sector, the unique power exchange of trades for the actual delivery of energy that can also establish area prices for settlement and reconciliation.
A governmental commission in charge of the traffic and regulations of a port.
A party that is financially accountable for reconciliation, e.g. for the reconciled volume of energy products for a profiled accounting point.
A party that is responsible for reconciliation, e.g. reconciling volumes within a metering grid area.
SOLAS verified gross mass responsible party
Party responsible for declaration of the verified gross mass (weight) of a packed transport equipment according to SOLAS Chapter VI, Regulation 2, paragraphs 4-6.
Transit charge payer
Party, other than the ordering party, which has to pay the charges concerning the transit operations.
Transport capacity responsible party
Party responsible for transport capacity.
Unexpected handling party
Party authorized (during a voyage) to apply unexpected handling procedures or party having applied these procedures.
Party designated (legally accepted) to ascertain the weight.
Party specification mutually agreed between interchanging parties.