Да ли су вам стандарди потребни у вашем послу?
Да
Не
Понекад
Не знам
Укупан број гласова: 7348

Пријавите се!
 


dnaSRPS CEN/TS 17073:2018

Фаза: 50.60 - Завршетак поступка одобравања дефинитивног текста нацрта српског стандарда
Почетак: 2019-09-30
Крај: 2019-11-30

Језик: Engleski
Бр. страна: 33

Веза са међународним стандардима
Ovaj standard je identičan sa: FprCEN/TS 17073 CEN/TC 331

Наслов на српском језику

Poštanske usluge — Interfejsi za pakete u međunarodnom saobraćaju

Наслов на енглеском језику

Postal services - Interfaces for cross border parcels

Апстракт на српском језику

Ovom tehničkom specifikacijom se utvrđuje interfejs između e-trgovaca (bilo koji komercijalni korisnik koji šalje pakete) i prvog logističkog operatora. Interfejs je sastavljen od dve stavke: - fizički dokument na poštanskoj pošiljci: sadržaj, veličine, minimalni zahtevi kojima se garantuje kvalitet i efikasnost logističkog procesa (sortiranje, isporuka). - elektronska razmena između pošiljaoca i logističkog operatora sa opisom obezbeđenih podataka, format razmena.

Апстракт на енглеском језику

This document will specify the interface between the e-merchant (any commercial customer sending parcels) and the first logistic operator, including both public and private carriers. For the application of this document, a cross border parcel is a parcel crossing a border into and within Europe. The interface composed on two items: - the physical label attached on the parcel: contents, sizes, minimum requirements to guarantee the quality and efficiency of the logistic process (sorting, delivery). - the electronic exchanges between the sender and the logistic operator with the description of the data to be provided, the forma of the exchanges. While designated operators of UPU have drawn up business requirements using proprietary standards and related data components, online merchants have developed open, not‐for‐profit standards for final delivery which are integrated into their existing supply chain management environment. The document aims to specify the interface between the e‐merchant (any commercial customer sending parcels) and the first logistic operator composed by incorporating the 3 elements: - physical label attached to the parcel with information for item identification; - electronic exchanges between the sender and the logistic operator concerning parcels dispatch; - data needed for various delivery chain parts, in particular final delivery to the recipient, in order to facilitate exchange between the item‐specific identifiers. NOTE 1 The last element enables the growth of integrated, data‐driven systems which support highly efficient and customer‐driven cross‐border ecommerce. This reflects the current trend to B‐to‐B‐to‐C delivery solutions in the European and international cross border e‐commerce markets. Delivery from original source to final consumer can be split over more than one service provider. NOTE 2 C‐to‐B‐to‐B‐to‐C solutions will be an extension, in particular when returns are specified. The “first C” would indicate that consumers wishing to return items, or induct items themselves, will be able to print labels following the fundamentals specified in this standard. E‐merchant exchange data with logistic operators (i.e. the postal operators, but not limited to those designated to fulfil the rights and obligations of UPU member countries) to help, simplify and enable the consequential logistic and transactional tasks. The establishment of common definitions and electronic formats, safeguards the reliability and decreases the overall costs by avoiding software development costs, multiple printing equipment, over‐labelling during the process, and the manual sorting. reliability and decreases the overall costs by avoiding software development costs, multiple printing equipment, over‐labelling during the process, and the manual sorting.

Комисија за стандарде


ICS

Нема информација.

Директиве