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The Advantage of Activating the Role of the EDI-Bill of Lading And its Role to Achieve Possible Fullest
1 King Abdul-Aziz University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
ABSTRACT: With a steady increase in maritime traffic of foreign trade of the world, and the continuing trend to maximize returns for investors and states alike, the time factor in the flow of goods linchpin of achieving those savings, and then highlight the absolute importance of handling freight bill, a title of goods of various types, and to achieve electronic exchange of invoice is on the top priorities for the departments of marine ports to achieve those savings, since the bill of lading for goods as a title to the goods traded electronically requires a thorough understanding of certain aspects which are complementary to each other, such as: Rules of procedure When not in conflict with these Rules, the Uniform Rules of Conduct for interchange of Trade Data by Teletransmission, 1987 (UNCID) shall govern the conduct between the parties. .beside that the Form and content of the receipt message and its meaning The carrier, upon receiving the goods from the shipper, shall give notice of the receipt of the goods to the shipper by a message at the electronic address specified by the shipper. In addition This receipt message shall include different information such as: the name of the shipper; the description of the goods, with any representations and reservations, in the same tenor as would be required if a paper bill of lading were issued; the date and place of the receipt of the goods; and a reference to the carrier's terms and conditions of carriage; plus the Private Key to be used in subsequent Transmissions, also the role of Terms and conditions of the Contract of Carriage , Right of Control and Transfer, the terms of Delivery, Option to receive a paper document , Through those tangles and measures to deal electronically bill of lading, highlights the importance of the element of time to achieve the fullest possible use of electronic exchange of data bill of lading and the implications of this exchange to achieve a standard rate of loading and unloading and to reduce waiting times for ships in ports to the marine and rates of performance standard berths port and optimize the use of journals and equipment docks and achieve financial savings from shipping operations. These rules shall apply whenever the parties so agree.
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Citation note:
Elentably A.: The Advantage of Activating the Role of the EDI-Bill of Lading And its Role to Achieve Possible Fullest. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp. 595-604, 2012

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