Guide to create, arrive and export in-bond shipments in e-manifest: truck (truck ams)




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A SHORT GUIDE TO CREATE, ARRIVE AND EXPORT IN-BOND SHIPMENTS IN E-MANIFEST: TRUCK (TRUCK AMS)




Truck AMS delivers the capability for carriers and their designated agents to request shipments to move in-bond, report the arrival of in-bond shipments, and report the export of inbond shipments that have been previously arrived. These are the same inbond processes employed in the current sea,rail, and air AMS. They take place either via the ACE Secure Data Portal or EDI transmissions. In addition, Customs brokers or authorized ABI users can request inbond moves associated with ACE carriers’ shipments via the ABI QP application.

3 Methods of Requesting Inbond Moves in Truck AMS



I. Via the ACE Secure Data Portal

II. Va the ABI QP Application

III. Via EDI, either in the ANSI X12 or UNEDIFACT standard
I. REQUESTING IN-BOND MOVES VIA THE ACE SECURE DATA PORTAL
1. When creating a shipment record in the ACE Secure Data Portal the manifest filer or authorized agent can change the “shipment release type” from the default of “PAPS” to “Pre-filed In-bond”. By doing so the manifest filer will be asked for additional information when creating the shipment record. The additional data elements for all inbond types are:
*1. In-bond Entry Type

61 Immediate Transportation (IT)

62 Transportation and Exportation (TE)


  1. Immediate Export (IE)

*2. In-bond destination: (U.S. port/district code reported using the Schedule D number)


3. Onward Carrier (SCAC): Optional field to identify a carrier other than the arriving carrier.
*4. Bonded Carrier (IRS): Internal Revenue Service number of the bonded carrier
5. In-bond #: This optional data element must be reported in one of three forms

a. Customs Assigned in-bond number: Nine digit number found in the CF7512 transportation entry document issued in blocks of numbers by local CBP ports.

b. Master in-bond number: Eleven digit alphanumeric identifier beginning with a ‘V’ followed by a 2 position identifier and an 8 position control number

c. Leave blank: If this field is left blank the Shipment Control Number (SCN) will be used as the in-bond number. If used do not exceed 12 positions (excluding the SCAC code).

6. Transfer carrier (IRS#): Used to identify a local cartman that would deliver the cargo to the bonded facility in the destination port.


If the shipment is a TE or I.E. the following additional data elements are required.

1. Foreign port of Destination: Schedule K code identifying the foreign destination port

2. Est. date of U.S. departure

3. Mexican Pedimento Number: Required for I.E.s departing from US-Mexico ports and destined for Mexico. The Pedimento number is the Mexican equivalent to a Customs Entry number.


4. The Value of the shipment should be entered in U.S. dollars.
5. If the shipment is being exported from the United States via Water a Harmonized Tariff Schedule number must be entered in the Commodity details screen.
This is an example of the ACE Secure Data Portal screen where the required inbond information is submitted.

Information on TE shipments exported via water is submitted in the following screen:





II. REQUESTING IN-BOND MOVES VIA THE ABI QP APPLICATION

If an in-bond shipment is declared via the Automated Broker Interface (QP application), citing an ACE carrier’s shipment control number (bill of lading number) and this shipment has not been transmitted in ACE, a shipment record will be established in the carrier’s account. The ABI filer will be required to provide full bill data to create the shipment and inbond records. If the “QP” filer identifies the carrier as the bonded carrier and reports the SCAC code as the first four positions of the Shipment Control Number then the carrier can view all of the details of the in-bond shipment via their ACE Secure Data Portal Account. This “un-associated” shipment can be “associated / linked” to a trip either via the Portal by using the “Lookup Shipment(s) feature of the “Create Manifest” process or via EDI by reporting the Bill of Lading Number (SCN) in a “Consist” message. (ANSIX12 358 or UNEDIFACT CUSREP). In the QP application, the ABI filer is restricted to using only a CF7512 inbond number.



QP – to create an inbond shipment

The example here is a QP application creating a shipment record and an inbond movement with a CF7512 inbond number. The other data segments are not required in the QP application because the information is already in the pre-existing ACE carrier’s bill.


A3004F00

B03004F00QP

10A62987654321 ZZZZ2809971170000303598-000000000

20ZZZZ30US6774 1 3403072206

30AY0001ZZZZ123456789101 0000000007

40018220000000007PKGS 0000000175KG

50SHIPPER LTD 77 MONT ROYAL W

51MONTREAL PQ H2T 2S6 CA

52555-555-5555

55CONSIGNEE INC 123 MAIN ST

56MORRISTOWN NY 13664 US

57555-555-5555

65NC

706301901000 000030350000000175LB



710000000007BLANKETS

72SHIPPER BLANKETS

Y 3004F00QP00014

Z3004F00


WP to arrive and export an inbond movement

Filers who create inbonds by means of the QP application must arrive them at destination and export them if they are export inbonds. The method to do this is the ABI

WP application.
In this example the filer indicates he is arriving a complete inbond movement in the 10 record by the code ‘1’. He then indicates the inbond being arrived. ABI will understand that this is a transportation and exportation in bond requiring an export within 30 days.
A3004F00

B3004F00WP

101987654321

200608092259442809ZZZZ34-000000000

Y 3004F00WP00002

Z3004F00
III. REQUESTING IN-BOND MOVES VIA EDI, EITHER ANSI X12 or UNEDIFACT



A carrier or his authorized agent using EDI may create an inbond using a 9 digit inbond number found on the CF 7512. In addition participants in truck AMS may also use their shipment control numbers as inbond numbers providing they don’t exceed 12 positions without the SCAC code

This example in the ANSI X12 standard of a 309 set is a complete manifest. All required information for the manifest, the trip, the conveyance, the crew, the equipment, and the shipment are present and the manifest is complete at transmission. The carrier attempts to create an inbond record in his manifest with a paper CF7512 number. He uses the M12 segment to provide complete information about the inbond move: inbond type (61,62, or 63) the US port of inbond destination, the foreign port of destination if it is an export in bond, the CF7512 number, the SCAC code of the onward carrier assuming responsibility for the movement, the bonded carrier ID number, the FDA/BTA indicator, the expected date of export, and the FIRMS code of the facility where the shipment will be deposited in the inbond destination. Additional information required for inbonds that may be exported via water are in the N10 segment. They include the Harmonized Tariff code describing the shipment, the value, and the weight, and the weight unit. When the truck has arrived at the border, if there are no other extenuating circumstances, the authorization to move this shipment inbond will be generated.

Complete Manifest ANSI x12 – CF7512 in-bond number used

ISA*00* *00* *02*ZZZZ *02*CBP-ACE-TEST 040310*1808*~*00406*000000313*0*T*:

GS*AQ*ZZZZ*CBP-ACE-TEST*20050208*1808*313*T*004060USCBP

ST*309*0313

M10*ZZZZ*J***DK2006030203*TRUCK***W***0987DK*****8

VEH**AB123456789*******KEG123********CA***TR***A**12344321*ON

M7*89765432

NM1*EJ*1*POTTER*HARRY*A

DMG*DB*19701225*M***8*CA

REF*ACW*12345670**ZZ*CA

REF*5K*ON456789012*ON*ZZ*CA

N3*900 SASSAFRAS ST

N4*SEATTLE**98107*US***WA

P4*3004*20060902***2330

LX*1

M11*123456789101*14094*******00*VICTORIA**ZZZZ*************K* CG



N1*SH*BEAVER ARTIFACTS LTD

N3*751 GEORGE ST

N4*VANCOUVER**V5M2H1*CA***BC

N1*CN*HONG KONG INDUSTRIALS

N3*123 NEW HARBOR ST

N4*KOWLOON**98765*HK***


M12*62**2809*58270**987654321*AAAA*BI*95-098765432***Y*20060904*Z012


VID*OE*ABCD*566778***********KEG345****BC

M7*09876543

N10*50*WIDGETS, FINELY GRAINED*MADE IN CANADA*J*010110*5000*L*2000**BOX

N10**SOLID STEEL

VID*OE**NO NUMBER***********KAN234****ON

M7*01234567

N10*50*WIDGETS, FINELY GRAINED*MADE IN CANADA*J*010110*5000*L*2000**BOX

N10**SOLID STEEL

SE*28*0313

GE*1*313


IEA*1*000000313
Complete manifest EDIFACT – CF7512 number used
This is an example of the complete manifest in the EDIFACT CUSCAR set.

Inbond information is provided in the DOC, LOC, and DTM segments. The DOC provides the inbond type and CF 7512 number. The LOC requests the US port of inbond destination, and the second LOC requests the foreign port of destination if the shipment will be exported. The DTM asks for the estimated date of exportation. The additional information for shipments that will be exported by water is provided in the MOA and CST segments


UNB+UNOA:4+LOCK:02+CBP-ACE-

UNG+CUSCAR+LOCK:02+CBP-ACE-TEST:02+041016:1604+54+UN+D:03B:

UNH+CUSCAR54+CUSCAR:D:03B:UN

BGM+85:::STANDARD+LOCK20060302KH11+22

DTM+132:200608092330:203

LOC+60+3004:77

RFF+ABO:0987

RFF+IIT:MC

RFF+SN:89765432

NAD+CA+LOCK:172

NAD+VW+141026789:109+++900 SASSAFRAS ST+SEATTLE+WA:163+98107+US

TDT+11++03+:::TR++I++:146::AB123456789

TDT+11++03+:::TR++I++:274::88974

TDT+11++03+:::TR++I++:215::KEG123

LOC+89+ON:163

EQD+OE


SEL+09876543

RFF+ABZ:KEG345

LOC+89+BC:163

LOC+89+CA:162

EQD+OE

SEL+01234567



RFF+ABZ:KAN234

LOC+89+ON:163

LOC+89+CA:162

CNI+1+:23


DOC+950:62:098765432


RFF+AAM:LOCKKH3456789110

LOC+9+14094:78



LOC+45+2809:77

LOC+8+58270:78

TDT+11

DTM+133+20060914:102


NAD+OS+++BEAVER ARTIFACTS LTD+751 GEORGE ST+VANCOUVER+BC:163+V5M2H1+CA

NAD+CN+++HONG KONG INDUSTRIES+123N HARBOR ST+KOWLOON++HK

NAD+GC+96-012345678

GID+1


PAC+100++BOX

FTX+AAA+++WIDGETS, FINELY GRAINED, SOLID STEEL

MEA+AAI++L:4000

MOA+5000


SGP+KEG345:215+50

SGP+KAN234:215+50

PCI++MADE IN CANADA

CST+010110:122


UNT+36+CUSCAR54

UNE+1+54


UNZ+1+54

Complete Manifest ANSI x12 – Shipment Control Number used as In-bond Control Number

An innovation in the Truck AMS system is that carriers may use their shipment control numbers (pro bills) as inbond control numbers. The advantage to the carrier is he would have only one number, the shipment control number/bill number, governing the transport transaction. The disadvantage is shipments could not be grouped under one inbond number. Each shipment would have its own inbond number and would have to be arrived and exported individually.


The M12 segment contains an inbond type but no inbond number. There is no bonded carrier identification number if the carrier is assuming liability for the shipment during the move. ACE will understand by the absence of inbond number and bonded carrier ID that he is using his pro bill and bond number and default to them. The pro bill number can’t be bigger than 12 without the leading SCAC code.
ISA*00* *00* *02*ZZZZ *02*CBP-ACE-TEST 040310*1808*~*00406*000000313*0*T*:

GS*AQ*ZZZZ*CBP-ACE-TEST*20050208*1808*313*T*004060USCBP

ST*309*0313

M10*ZZZZ*J***DK2006030203*TRUCK***W***0987DK*****8

VEH**AB123456789*******KEG123********CA***TR***A**12344321*ON

M7*89765432

NM1*EJ*1*POTTER*HARRY*A

DMG*DB*19701225*M***8*CA

REF*ACW*12345670**ZZ*CA

REF*5K*ON456789012*ON*ZZ*CA

N3*900 SASSAFRAS ST

N4*SEATTLE**98107*US***WA

P4*3004*20060902***2330

LX*1


M11*123456789101*14094*******00*VICTORIA**ZZZZ*************K* CG

N1*SH*BEAVER ARTIFACTS LTD

N3*751 GEORGE ST

N4*VANCOUVER**V5M2H1*CA***BC

N1*CN*CONSOLIDATED WIDGETS INC

N3*123 SKID ROW

N4*SEATTLE**98115*US***WA

M12*61**3001****AAAA*****Y**Z001


VID*OE**NO NUMBER***********KEG345****BC

M7*09876543

N10*50*WIDGETS, FINELY GRAINED*MADE IN CANADA****L*2000**BOX

N10**SOLID STEEL

VID*OE*ABCD*566778***********KAN234****ON

M7*01234567

N10*50*WIDGETS, FINELY GRAINED*MADE IN CANADA****L*2000**BOX

N10**SOLID STEEL

SE*28*0313

GE*1*313


IEA*1*000000313
Complete manifest in EDIFACT using Shipment Control Number as In-bond Control Number
In the EDIFACT standard, the carrier supplies his pro bill number in the RFF segment of the CUSCAR
UNB+UNOA:4+LOCK:02+CBP-ACE-TEST:02+041016:1953+6++ACE

UNG+CUSCAR+LOCK:02+LOCK:02+041016:1604+54+UN+D:03B:

UNH+CUSCAR54+CUSCAR:D:03B:UN

BGM+85:::STANDARD+LOCK20060302KH11+22

DTM+132:200608092330:203

LOC+60+3004:77

RFF+ABO:0987

RFF+IIT:MC

RFF+SN:89765432

NAD+CA+LOCK:172

TDT+11++03+:::TR++I++:146::AB123456789

TDT+11++03+:::TR++I++:274::88974

TDT+11++03+:::TR++I++:215::KEG123

LOC+89+ON:163

EQD+OE+567890:ZZZZ:172

SEL+09876543

RFF+ABZ:KEG345

LOC+89+BC:163

LOC+89+CA:162

EQD+OE


SEL+01234567

RFF+ABZ:KAN234

LOC+89+ON:163

LOC+89+CA:162

CNI+1+:23

DOC+950:61

RFF+AAM:LOCKKH3456789110


LOC+9+14094:78

LOC+45+3001:77

TDT+11


NAD+OS+++BEAVER ARTIFACTS LTD+751 GEORGE ST+VANCOUVER+BC:163+V5M2H1+CA

NAD+CN+++CONSOLIDATED WIDGETS+123 SKID ROW ST+SEATTLE+WA+98120+US

NAD+GC+96-012345678

GID+1


PAC+100++BOX

FTX+AAA+++WIDGETS, FINELY GRAINED, SOLID STEEL

MEA+AAI++L:4000

SGP+KEG345:215+50

SGP+KAN234:215+50

PCI++MADE IN CANADA

UNT+36+CUSCAR54

UNE+1+54


UNZ+1+54


PAXLST EDIFACT UNREGISTERED CREW MEMBERS

In EDIFACT a complete manifest can be supplied in a self contained CUSCAR cargo declaration if crew members have been preregistered with CBP and can be identified with ACE ID’s or FAST ID’s. In instances where crew members have not been preregistered, personal information about the crew members must be supplied in the manifest via the PAXLST. The CUSCAR + the PAXLST can produce a complete manifest in the EDIFACT environment. The key that associates the CUSCAR and PAXLST is the trip number provided in the BGM segment


UNB+UNOA:4+LOCK:02+CBP-ACE-TEST:02+050630:0905+16++ACE

UNG+PAXLST+LOCK:02+LOCK:02+041016:1604+16+UN+D:03B:

UNH+PAXLST16+PAXLST:D:03B:UN

BGM+10:::STANDARD+LOCK20060302KH11+2

TDT+11++03++LOCK:172

DTM+132:200608092330:203

NAD+VW+++POTTER:HARRY:A+900 SASSAFRAS RD+SEATTLE+WA:163+98248+US

ATT+2++M


DTM+329:19540122:102

NAT+2+CA::5

DOC+39+22458784

LOC+91+CA:162

DOC+5K+0058711427

LOC+91+ON:163

LOC+91+CA:162

UNT+14+PAXLST16

UNE+1+16

UNZ+1+16


Customs Events Advisory Details Arriving in-bond via CF7512 number

Once the inbond request has been approved and the authorized message has been generated to the carrier, the inbond shipment travels to the destination port. The carrier then is obligated to arrive the inbond in ACE. There are 3 methods in which a carrier may arrive an inbond: by inbond number, by shipment control number, and by container/equipment number. Arriving by inbond number arrives all shipments and bills associated with the number, even those that have not physically arrived at destination. Arriving by shipment control number arrives only that shipment and doesn’t affect other shipments tied to the inbond. Arriving by container/equipment number arrives all the inbonds and shipments associated with that container. In this case, the container must have a real (unique) container/equipment number. Using the code ‘no number’ will not make the container/equipment unique . Also, since containers travel in and out of the country the carrier must cite an inbond number or shipment control number associated with the container/equipment being arrived .


In this example the carrier is arriving a complete inbond (code ‘1’) by CF7512 number and includes the date, time, and US port where the shipment arrived. The ANSI X12 353 set must be used.
ISA*00* *00* *02*ZZZZ *02*CBP-ACE-TEST 040310*1808*~*00406*000000313*0*T*:

GS*AQ*ZZZZ*CBP-ACE-TEST*20050208*1808*313*T*004060USCBP

ST*353*0313

M10*ZZZZ*J***DK2006030203*TRUCK***H***0987DK*****8

P4*3004*20060902***2330

M15*1*987654321*20060904*2809**220006


SE*5*0313

GE*1*313


IEA*1*000000313

EDIFACT CUSREP exporting previously arrived in-bond by CF7512 number

In instances where transportation and exportation inbonds have arrived at destination, and where immediate transportation inbonds have been associated with shipments they must be exported from the destination port. As there are 3 methods arriving inbonds, there are also 3 methods of exporting inbonds.


This example, with an EDIFACT CUSREP set, demonstrates exporting a complete inbond by CF7512 number including the number, date/time of export/and port of export
UNB+UNOA:4+LOCK:02+CBP-ACE-TEST:02+041016:1953+6++ACE

UNG+CUSCREP+LOCK:02+LOCK:02+041016:1604+54+UN+D:03B:

UNH+CUSCREP6+CUSREP:D:03B:UN

BGM+833:::STANDARD+LOCK200603KH11+64


DTM+132:200608092330:203

DOC+833:098765432

RFF+IB:098765432


DTM+136:200608112300+203

LOC+114:2809


UNT+5+CUSCREP6

UNE+1+6


UNZ+1+6

Customs Events Advisory Details Arriving in-bond via shipment control number


This is an example of arriving an inbond by shipment control number. The shipment control number is in M1502 and the SCAC code associated with this number is in M1505.


ISA*00* *00* *02*ZZZZ *02*CBP-ACE-TEST 040310*1808*~*00406*000000313*0*T*:

GS*AQ*ZZZZ*CBP-ACE-TEST*20050208*1808*313*T*004060USCBP

ST*353*0313

M10*ZZZZ*J***DK2006030203*TRUCK***W***0987DK*****8

P4*3004*20060902***2330


M15*2*123456789101*20060904*2809*ZZZZ*220006


SE*5*0313

GE*1*313


IEA*1*000000313

EDIFACT CUSREP exporting previously arrived in-bond by shipment control number

This is an example, in the EDIFACT standard, of exporting a previously arrived inbond by shipment control number. In the instance of using the shipment control number as inbond control number this is the preferred method of arriving and exporting the inbond.


UNB+UNOA:4+LOCK:02+CBP-ACE-TEST:02+041016:1953+6++ACE

UNG+CUSCREP+LOCK:02+LOCK:02+041016:1604+54+UN+D:03B:

UNH+CUSCREP6+CUSREP:D:03B:UN

BGM+833:::STANDARD+LOCK200603KH11+64


DTM+132:200608092330:203

DOC+833:LOCK20060302KH11

RFF+AAM:LOCK20060302KH11

DTM+136:200608112300+203

LOC+114:2809

UNT+5+CUSCREP6

UNE+1+6

UNZ+1+6


Customs Events Advisory Details Arriving in-bond via container/equipment number

This is an example, in the ANSI X12 standard, if arriving an inbond at destination via the container/equipment number. The bill of lading referenced within the container/equipment is cited at the end of the M15 segment.

ISA*00* *00* *02*ZZZZ *02*CBP-ACE-TEST 040310*1808*~*00406*000000313*0*T*:

GS*AQ*ZZZZ*CBP-ACE-TEST*20050208*1808*313*T*004060USCBP

ST*353*0313

M10*ZZZZ*J***DK2006030203*TRUCK***H ***0987DK*****8

P4*3004*20060902***2330

M15*3*ABCD566778*20060904*2809**220006******BM*ZZZZ123456789101


SE*5*0313

GE*1*313


IEA*1*000000313

EDIFACT CUSREP exporting previously arrived in-bond by container/equipment number

This example in the EDIFACT standard is an inbond export by container/equipment number. The container/equipment number is in the RFF segment and the shipment control number within the container/equipment is in the DOC record

UNB+UNOA:4+LOCK:02+CBP-ACE-TEST:02+041016:1953+6++ACE

UNG+CUSCREP+LOCK:02+LOCK:02+041016:1604+54+UN+D:03B:

UNH+CUSCREP6+CUSREP:D:03B:UN

BGM+833:::STANDARD+LOCK200603KH11+64


DTM+132:200608092330:203

DOC+833:LOCK20060302KH11

RFF+AGP:ZZZZ567890

DTM+136:200608112300+203

LOC+114:2809

UNT+5+CUSCREP6

UNE+1+6

UNZ+1+6
Carriers are advised that they are responsible for arriving the inbonds they create in their manifests at the ports of destination. In the case of inbond exports carriers must export the shipments within 30 days of arrival at inbond destinations or become subject to penalties for failure to export.


NOTE:

The capability of carriers to arrive inbonds by container/equipment number, report exports, and cancel in-bond arrivals and exports in ANSI X12 and EDIFACT is still in development. The examples of these functions are provided here as illustrations of what the messages will be like when the programming is completed.







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