Published December 1994
by American Trucking Associations .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1200|
American Trucking Association’s Motor Carrier Industry Guide to Electronic Data Interchange Implementation and Conventions, reflecting Version Release (), dated May This publication is available from the American Trucking Association’s Information Technology Council, Mill Road, Alexandria, VA File Size: KB. with the official published Motor Carrier Industry Guide to Electronic Data Interchange Implementation and Conventions. This guide documents version , which is the current version available. Prior versions can be made available upon special request. Customized Formats The Receiver of the who requires coding or mapping structure other than expressly written in the Guidelines . • American Trucking Association’s Motor Carrier Industry Guide to Electronic Data Interchange Implementation and Conventions, reflecting Version Release (), dated May This publication is available from the American Trucking Association’s Information Technology Council, Mill Road, Alexandria, VA File Size: KB. EDI , or a Motor Carrier Load Tender, is an electronic data interchange (EDI) document used exclusively in the transportation industry. EDI allows shippers / sellers to tender (or offer) a load to a partner carrier. In addition to tendering a new load, shippers / sellers can also use EDI to cancel pickup or modify the shipment details of an existing load. An EDI contains: • Standard point .
EDI or Electronic Data Interchange is a network of machines communicating with each other to facilitate coordination between two or more business entities. It is imperative for players in the transportation industry to adapt to this advanced communication technology to work closely with their business partners. This Utility Industry Group (UIG) Implementation Guideline contains the format and establishes the data contents of the General Request, Response or Confirmation Transaction Set () as adopted by the UIG for use within the context of an Electronic Data Interchange (EDI. ANSI X12 was originally conceived to support companies across different industry sectors in North America however today there are more than , companies worldwide using X12 EDI standards in daily business transactions. EDI Claims Implementation Guide The Bureau of Workers' Compensation has published the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Claims Implementation Guide and its supporting documents. This version of the guide provides technical information, procedures and explanations to help claims administrators prepare and navigate future EDI processes.
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) systems have been used by shippers and carriers since the late s. This article reports on findings of a recent survey of large domestic motor carriers regarding their use of EDI and emerging Internet technologies to provide vital . Internet EDI User Guide P a g e | 5 EDI Document Number Notes - Direct Store Delivery Summary Vendors who ship directly to stores may send a consolidated DSD Statement, instead of individual invoices, to request payment for items delivered. - Response to Load Tender - Transportation Shipment Status Message - Motor Carrier. VERSION • RELEASE • MOTOR CARRIER INDUSTRY GUIDE TO MOTOR CARRIER BILL OF LADING EDI IMPLEMENTATION AND CONVENTIONS MARCH The transaction set is used to convey bill of lading information for a single shipment having only one origin and one destination. A separate transaction set will be transmitted for each shipment. Products. Fulfillment Gain EDI capability, attain EDI compliance, connect systems and onboard trading partners; Assortment Comprehensive solution for complete and accurate product information across all channels; Community Trust your trading partner community maintenance and onboarding process to the experts; Products. Analytics Turn data into meaningful insights to win across all sales channels.