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Wednesday, 22 July 2009

COPARN

Formal Definition: The message contains an order to release, to make available, to accept, to call down containers or to announce the impending arrival of containers.

Some samples of message usage:
  • Requesting or authorising acceptance of an empty container;
  • Requesting or authorising acceptance of a full container;
  • Releasing an empty container for packing;
  • Requesting or authorising an on/off hire transaction.
In any case, COPARN message will be 'answered' by a CODECO message confirming that the equipment movement or status change has been taken place.

Here below a very basic COPARN sample used to release an empty container expected to be loaded on vessel:
UNB+UNOA:2+SENDER-ID+RECEIVER-ID+090722:0800+1'
UNH+2+COPARN:D:95B:UN:ITG11'
BGM+12:::RELEASE ORDER+3+9'
RFF+BN:SAL/01'
TDT+20+00018N+1++GEK:172:87+++47AVS:103::SALERNO PRIDE'
RFF+VON:GKS01A'
LOC+165+ITSAL:139:6'
DTM+132:200907251430:203'
NAD+MR+RECEIVER-ID:160:87'
NAD+CF+GEK::172:87'
CTA+IC+BOOKING DPT:TEL.?+39 000 0000000'
EQD+CN++42G1:102:5++2+4'
RFF+CN:SAL/01'
EQN+1'
LOC+11+ITGIT:139:6'
MEA+AAE+G+KGM:4200'
TDT+1++3+31'
CNT+16:1'
UNT+18+2'
UNZ+1+1'

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