Assessment of the use of electronic documents based on the UN/CEFACT Multimodal Transport Reference Data Model (MMT RDM) in the execution of formalities for the registration of the arrival and departure of ships in the seaports of Ukraine

23 December 2021
Short description

The current project focuses on reporting formalities in the seaports of Ukraine as a part of global supply chains. The crossing of multimodal transport corridors at seaports leads to the need to use the UN/CEFACT multimodal transport reference data model (MMT RDM) as a core tool for data harmonization and seamless sharing. There is also a need to link this tool with the requirements of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), national and regional regulations. The project will result in practical recommendations for the further development of digitalization of documentary procedures in Ukrainian seaports.

The objective of the project is to assess the present state of the ship-shore interaction, identify customary practices, formulate the concept of positioning of a national maritime Single Window (MSW) in regional and global multimodal transport corridors and supply chains, and then perform practical tests to prove the concept.

List of Annexes

Annex II. Results of the mapping of documents to the UN/CEFACT MMT RDM
  1. Agent1 – MMT IMO FAL Guide_UNECE-Real Documents(Ukraine)
  2. Agent2 – MMT IMO FAL Guide_UNECE-Real Documents(Ukraine)
  3. Agent3 – MMT IMO FAL Guide_UNECE-Real Documents(Ukraine)

Annex III. Results of the mapping of documents to the EMSA Data Model

  1. Agent1 – EMSA-epc(Ukraine)
  2. Agent2 – EMSA-epc(Ukraine)
  3. Agent3 – EMSA-epc(Ukraine)

Annex IV. Study on transforming datasets between UN/CEFACT MMT RDM and EMSA models

  1. EPC-RDM-mapping

Annex IV. Samples of electronic document equivalents created with the prototype (after download change extension from .txt to .xml to use)

  3. Admiral Moon Arrival


Output / Results

Report of the project






Electronic trade and transport documents and data