SMDG Master Terminal Facilities List

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This Codes List has been created and will be maintained by the Secretariat of SMDG (User Group for Shipping Lines and Container Terminals) with the purpose of harmonizing the codes between EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) partners. The lists can be downloaded by all interested parties and used for the benefit of standardization worldwide. The members of SMDG and the SMDG secretariat cannot be held responsible for the correctness and completeness of the lists.

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SMDG is a non-profit foundation, run by and on behalf of companies and organizations working in the maritime industry, like container terminals, ocean carriers and related companies and organizations.
SMDG develops and promotes UN/EDIFACT EDI-messages for the Maritime Industry and is an official Global User Group, recognized by the UN/EDIFACT Board. Since its inception the group has held numerous meetings across the world. The first was held in London in 1987, since then other locations have included Europe, Australia, China, Curacao, Dubai, Japan, Singapore, South Africa, U.S.A. The SMDG meetings occur twice yearly in April and October.

The original objective of the group was to agree on a standard format for the exchange of ship stowage planning information. This became known as the BAPLIE message which defines the position of containers in a vessel. The initial development process was slow, reflecting the wide range of interests involved as well as their geographical spread. However, since the implementation of the first version of BAPLIE its use has grown rapidly across the world. All carriers and deep-sea container terminals are now dependent on its use for accurate and timely information. Experience has brought refinement and further development with the latest BAPLIE version 3.0 now being introduced.

The advantages of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) have been underlined by BAPLIE implementation and the group has since looked at other operational messages for stowage instructions (MOVINS), the so called Container Messages and terminal performance reporting (TPFREP). These messages are now in use worldwide.

SMDG is also a collaboration and services platform for the entire Maritime industry. They bring together supply chain professionals and technology experts to create standards, develop best practice and common intercompany communication and business process to bring the industry to a higher level of efficiency across the maritime logistic chain.
SMDG depends on donations from its members. However, SMDG documentation can be downloaded by any interested party ‘free-of-charge’ from the SMDG website.

Date Created

2001-06-26

Last Modified

2017-01-29

Version

2017-01-29

Update Frequency

Irregular

Temporal Coverage

N/A

Spatial Coverage

United States

Source

John Snow Labs; Ship Planning Message Development Group;

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Source License Requirements

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Source Citation

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Keywords

Electronic Data Interchange Messages List, Electronic Data Interchange Reader, Electronic Data Interchange FACT EDI, Electronic Data Interchange Transport, Electronic Data Interchange FACT Format, Electronic Data Interchange Message, Electronic Data Interchange Container, Deep Sea Containers

Other Titles

Ship Planning Message Development Group Master Terminal Facilities Code List, Ship Planning Message Development Group Container Terminal

NameDescriptionTypeConstraints
UN_LOCODEMain location UN/LOCODE. In a UN/EDIFACT message, used in a LOC segment, element C517.3225stringrequired : 1
Alternative_UN_LOCODEAlternative Main location UN/LOCODE. In a UN/EDIFACT message, used in a LOC segment, element C517.3225string-
Terminal_CodeIn an UN/EDIFACT message, used in a LOC segment, element C519.3223stringrequired : 1
Terminal_FacilityTerminal where facility is provided.stringrequired : 1
Company_NameName of company.stringrequired : 1
Last_ChangeLast change of this entry.string-
Valid_FromEntry is valid from this date.date-
Valid_BeforeEntry is valid till this date.date-
Applicant_NameName of applicant.string-
Applicant_EmailEmail address of applicant.string-
LatitudeLatitude for the facility code.number-
LongitudeLongitude for the facility code.number-
Terminal_Contact_Or_WebsiteContact number or website of terminal.string-
UN LOCODEAlternative UN LOCODETerminal CodeTerminal FacilityCompany NameLast ChangeValid FromValid BeforeApplicant NameApplicant EmailTerminal Contact Or WebsiteTerminal Address
AEAUHADTKHALIFA PORT CONTAINER TERMINALABU DHABI TERMINALS2015-05-03Hapag-Lloyd AGmichael.schroeder@hlag.comhttps://www.adterminals.aeKhalifa Port Container Terminal Building 70 Taweelah - Abu Dhabi - U.A.E.
AEJEADPWJADP WORLD JEBEL ALIDP WORLD JEBEL ALI2012-10-05Hamburg Sudsecretariat@smdg.org
AEJEADPWJ2JEA - CT2DP WORLD2015-02-05Hapag-Lloyd AGmichael.schroeder@hlag.com
AEJEADPWJ3JEA - CT3DP WORLD2015-02-05Hapag-Lloyd AGmichael.schroeder@hlag.com
AEJEADPWJ4JEA - CT4DP WORLD2019-06-04SMDG e.V.secretariat@smdg.org
AEKHLAEAUHKCTCOSCO SHIPPING PORTS ABU DHABI TERMINALCSP ABU DHABI TERMINAL LLC (ABU DHABI PORTS/COSCO SHIPPING PORTS)2019-09-13COSCO SHIPPING PORTSgeorge.papathanasiou@cspadt.aehttp://www.cspadt.aeCSP Abu Dhabi Terminal LLC, P.O Box 25530, Khalifa Port, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.
AEKLFKCTKLFKHORFAKKAN CONTAINER TERMINALKHORFAKKAN CONTAINER TERMINAL2015-11-05S. Godsehttps://www.gulftainer.com/terminals/uae/khorfakkan-container-terminal/
AESHJSHJSCTSHARJAH CONTAINER TERMINALGULFTAINER CO LTD - SHARJAH2019-03-19Hapag-Lloyd AGhttps://www.gulftainer.com/terminals/uae/sharjah-container-terminal/
AOLADSOPOTERMINAL 5M - SOPORTOSTERMINAL 5M - SOPORTOS2015-09-22Hapag-Lloyd AGmichael.schroeder@hlag.com
ARBHITBBTERMINAL BAHIA BLANCATERMINAL BAHIA BLANCA2004-05-31