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Wednesday, 22 April 2009

BAPLIE

Purpose of the message: BAPLIE is used to transmit infos about all occupied places onboard of a vessel. Although the message can also transmit infos about 'empty places', this feature is not generally used.
Parties involved: Tonnage Center, Shipowner, Terminal operator.
The way it works: Generally BAPLIE is transmitted to the terminal operator of the next vessel call to retrieve all the relevant infos. Subsequently:
  • Infos about equipment discharged will be removed;
  • Infos about equipment loded will be added;
  • Location about equipment shifted will be changed.
At vessel's sailing time, updated BAPLIE will be transmitted to: shipowner, tonange center and terminal operator of the next vessel call. Generally message is also transmitted to the vessel in order to replace the 'paper' master-bayplan.
Infos about 'Remain On Board' (i.e. equipment not handled during discharge/load operations) must remain unchanged and then transmitted to the next vessel call.
Here below a sample of a BAPLIE file 2.0.7. Here you can download the corresponding MIG.

UNB+UNOA:2+SENDER-ID+RECEIVER-ID+090211:0811+0001+++++GEKU'
UNH+0001+BAPLIE:D:95B:UN:SMDG20'
BGM++0001+9'
DTM+137:0902110811:201'
TDT+20+00018NB+++GEK:172:ZZZ+++47AVS:103:ZZZ:SALERNO PRIDE:IT'
LOC+5+ITCAG:139:6'
LOC+61+ITSAL:139:6'
DTM+132:090211:101'
DTM+178:0902111230:201'
DTM+136:0902112330:201'
RFF+VON:GKS01A'
LOC+147+0010112::5'
MEA+WT++KGM:22500'
LOC+9+ITCAG:139:6'
LOC+11+ITSAL:139:6'
RFF+BM:1'
EQD+CN+GEKS1504090+22G1+++5'
NAD+CA+GEK:172:ZZZ'
UNT+18+0001'
UNZ+1+0001'

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