Sample EDI 310 Data for the Freight Receipt And Invoice (Ocean) Transaction Set


AgencySet IDFGTransaction DescriptionSubcommitteeStandard
ANSI310IOFreight Receipt And Invoice (Ocean) TransportationDownload


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Sample of an EDI 310 Transaction Set

ST*310*0088
B3*B*MOLU28007563996****20140613*****MOLU*20140615
N9*BN*MOLU28007563996A
N9*BM*MOLU28007563996
N9*AEM*2BUSD6
N9*AOG*0000000550377613
N9*CR*0000033036
N9*CU*771867
N9*ZZ*7400
N9*ZZ*NA
N9*SRN*1000199414
N9*CT*DE000013E
V1*9343730*KUALA LUMP**037W
N1*SH*BMW AG
N1*CN*BMW OF NORTH AMERICA LLC
N1*N1*DHL GLOBAL FORWARDING
R4*D*UN*USNYC*NEW YORK
DTM*140*20140627
R4*L*UN*DEHAM*HAMBURG
DTM*370*20140613
R4*E**US*LOWER NAZARETH
DTM*140*20140630
R4*R*UN*DEDTM*DORTMUND
DTM*140*20140615
LX*1
N7*MOFU*6821981*8249
QTY*PK*24
M7*TSK2746643
L3*8249
SE*30*0088


Official Definition:
Data contents of the Freight Receipt and Invoice (Ocean) Transaction Set (310) for use within the context of an Electronic Data Interchange environment. The transaction set can be used to provide ocean bill of lading information. It is sent by ocean carriers to interested parties and can be used as the receipt for the shipment; to substitute for a paper bill of lading where the parties have agreed that a paper bill of lading is not necessary; to allow shipper or forwarder to verify bill of lading information before an original is printed and released; for information purposes, i.e., as a bill of lading copy; by the carrier to convey manifest information to a terminal operator; and as an invoice for freight.



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