information being exchanged is:
Logistics Demand and Logistics Supply:
TSD: Transport Service
description, a description of available transport services in a standard format
that enables detection and linking of services into transport chains.
TEP: Transport Execution
Plan (booking or transport instruction) describing what is to be transported,
the origin and destination, the timing, and links to the terms and conditions.
GII: Goods item
Itinerary, describing the different stages through which the cargo will be
TES: Transport Execution
Status, providing status of progress and cargo (and vehicle) condition
MWB: an electronic multimodal
Waybill developed in the e-Freight project. The legal issues are investigated
by the Finnish project InterTran .
Logistics Supply and Transportation Network Management
TPS: Transport Progress
Status, enabling interaction between Logistics Services provider and
Transportation Network Manager in order to establish the most reliable
Estimated Arrival Time for a given vehicle at a given port, terminal, etc.
Logistics Supply and Regulation Enforcement
CRS: Common Reporting
Schema, including all information necessary for all forms of reporting to
authorities, independent upon mode of transport and geography in Europe.
a number of container or cargo or vehicle monitoring messages are being considered.