What is a 404 EDI?

What is a 404 EDI?

The EDI 404 Rail Carrier Shipment Information transmits rail-carrier-specific bill of lading information to a railroad. It is the initial tender of a shipment between a consignor and a rail carrier and can be used as notification of equipment release and/or a legal bill of lading.

What is EDI 417?

The EDI 417 Rail Carrier Waybill Interchange can be used to provide a rail carrier or customer with detailed movement instructions pertinent to a rail carrier shipment and is used by all Class 1 rail carriers in the US and Canada.

What is an EDI 214?

The EDI 214 Transportation Carrier Shipment Status Message is an electronic data interchange (EDI) transaction code sent by a carrier, such as a trucking company or third-party logistics company (3PL) to a shipper and/or buyer, to let them know the status of their shipment.

What is a 204 EDI?

What is an EDI 204? EDI 204, also known as Motor Carrier Load Tender, is an electronic data interchange document used by shippers to offer, or tender, a truckload or less than truckload shipment to a carrier. A shipper can be a manufacturer, a distribution center, a retailer, or anyone else wishing to ship goods.

What is an 824 in EDI?

EDI 824 is an electronic data interchange (EDI) document also known as an Application Advice. This document can be used by the recipient of another EDI transaction to let the sender know if that transaction requires changes or has been rejected.

What is a 997 in EDI?

The EDI 997 Functional Acknowledgment is sent as a response to other EDI transactions received. An EDI 997 serves as a receipt to acknowledge that an EDI transaction, or a series of transactions, was successfully transmitted and received by the receiving trading partner.

What is a 214 EDI file?

EDI 214, or a Transportation Carrier Shipment Status Message, is an electronic data interchange (EDI) document used exclusively in the transportation industry. EDI 214 gives shippers / sellers the ability to track shipments generally managed by Less Than Truckload (LTL) and Full Truckload (FTL) carriers.

What is an EDI 990?

The EDI 990 is a response from a carrier that indicates whether the load was accepted or rejected. An accepted load indicates that the carrier will handle the freight. For Less Than Truckload carriers it may be agreed with beforehand that all loads tendered to the particular carrier are agreed to be handled.

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