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EDI

Businesses today demand the latest in Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) technology. Celadon incorporates our EDI capabilities with a broad customer base. EDI technology is by far the most advantageous way to complete most business transactions in the world today.
EDI is the computer-to-computer exchange of business transactions, such as invoices, shipping notices and purchase orders in a standardized computer processed format.
 •Expedite order cycles                                                                        •Maximize control of funds
 •Eliminate processing delays                                                              •Save time and labor
 •Reduce paperwork                                                                            •Reduce clerical errors
 •Automate A/P updates                                                                      •Improve customer service
 •Reduce payment disputes

For more information, contact: edi@celadontrucking.com

 

X12 ANSI Standard

 

 

204 - Load Tenders

 

A 204 is load information sent from the company that controls the freight to the motor carrier. It is considered an offer of freight to the carrier and it may or may not be binding depending on the agreement between the company and the carrier. It contains all the pertinent information required to book a load such as shipper, consignee, weight, and bill of lading number.

210 - Invoice

 
The 210 is used to provide an itemized detail of freight charges for relevant parties. It is also used to request payment for services provided by the carrier.

213 - Shipment Status Inquiry

 
This transaction can be used to request shipment status from the motor company by the shipper or the consignee.

214 - Shipment Status Message

This transaction is used to report the status of a shipment to the shipper, consignee or other parties to the shipment. It can be used to provide pick-up/delivery dates and times, transit status, identification number, and the bill of lading number for tracking shipments

322 - Rail Shipment update

This is similar to the 214 for truck load. This transaction is used to report the status of a shipment. It provides information regarding arrivals and departures from the rail ramp and also provides an ETA to the delivering ramp.

404 - Rail load tender

This transaction is load information sent to Rail company and is considered an offer of freight to the Rail company. It contains all the pertinent information required to book a load, including consignee, origin and destination rail ramps, as well as weight and description of the product being hauled.

410 - Rail Invoice

 This 410 is used to provide an itemized detail of the freight charges for relevant parties.

820 - Payment Order/Remittance Advice

An 820 allows the motor carrier to receive a remittance advice from the customer or their bank. Cash can be applied to the carrier's accounts receivable system.

 824 - Application Advice  

An 824 tells the load carrier if a 214 was accepted in the customer’s system. It also tells why it wasn’t accepted such as missing weights, pieces, locations, bill of lading number, etc.

858 - Advance Ship Notice 

This is similar to a 204 load tender. It contains all the load information required to book a load in advance.

864 - Text Message 

This is a simple text message. It can contain any information the customer needs to send.

980 - Invoice Summary 

This is a summary of a batch or group of invoices sent to a customer through 210 transactions. It gives the total dollar amount and number of invoices sent.

990 - Load Tender Response

This notifies the customer to whether the carrier accepted or declined the 204 load tender. It provides the customer with our load number for tracking purposes. If the load is declined, the 204 load tender can be used to return a reason for not accepting the load.

996 - File Transfer

This is a generic document. It is a plain flat file of data sent from the customer and can contain whatever information the customer needs to send. This is used to send and receive text data files; much like you would download from your system or use in a word-processor.

997 - Acknowledgment

This is a document that simple acknowledges the reception of other documents. A 997 tells the carrier whether or not the customer received a 210 or a 214. This is similar in concept to return receipts for normal email.

EDI FACTS Standards 

APERAK - Application Error and Acknowledgement Message 

The function of the APERAK is to inform the customer that the original message was received by the addressee’s application and has been rejected due to errors encountered during its process in the application. We are currently set up to receive an APERAK when a DESADV fails to process in our system
This transaction is used to report the status of a shipment to the shipper, consignee or other parties to the shipment. It can be used to provide pick-up/delivery dates and times, transit status, identification number, and the bill of lading number for tracking shipments

DELJIT - Delivery Just in Time Message

We receive DELJITS from our customer to convey precise delivery sequence and just in time schedule requirements to the supplier.

DESADV - Dispatch Advice Message

We receive/send DESADV from and to our customer. This message specifies details for goods dispatched, or ready for dispatch, under agreed conditions. It can also be used for returns.

RECADV - Receiving Advice Message

This document is used to report discrepancies in products, quantities, terms, packages, etc. It is also used to report the physical receipt of goods.
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