This standard defines basic message exchanges and data elements used in the coordination of actors at sea and land in conjunction with a ship's port call. This will be related to 1) Notifications and declarations to authorities 2) Planning and execution of certain processes related to port calls, e.g. berth allocation, arrival and departure. The scope covers vessel notifications and declarations, movements, geographical positions, and time stamps. The standard will define "skeleton" processes to provide the context for the message exchanges. An important part of this is to provide information and proposals to the port and shipping sectors as well as port and maritime administrations on how to facilitate JIT Arrival of ships – with a view to reducing GHG emissions by optimizing the port call business process and providing sustainable solutions to customers in the end-to-end supply chain
Status: Under development
Technical Committee: ISO/TC 8/SC 11 Intermodal and Short Sea Shipping
This standard contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals:
ISO/CD 28005-3Stage: 30.99
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