GS1 New Zealand

GS1 New Zealand drives into several New Zealand business segments, and EDI generally, a set of global EDI messaging standards for a range of business documents to support buyers and sellers with electronic trading. The standards GS1 develop and which are maintained by GS1, with a range of other services, help define how New Zealand businesses can trade with one another.

GS1’s New Zealand EDI standards cover master data alignment, order and delivery and financial settlement management, as well as transport and warehouse management. The main business users in scope for this are retailers, manufacturers, material suppliers and logistic service providers.

 GS1 has currently three sets of EDI standards which include:

If you want to support the transmission of GS1 based standards to your trading partners or your trading partner sends GS1 based standards and you need them translated into your ERP’s defined format get in touch.

B2BE GS1 Receiver Supported Model

B2BE GS1 Sender Supported Model

GS1 EANCOM®

Interchange for Administration, Commerce and Transport). It contains only the message elements required by business applications and mandated by the syntax. Omitted are optional elements not relevant for GS1 users.

PARTIN – Party Information

PRICAT – Price/Sales Catalogue

PRODAT – Product Data Message

PROINQ – Product Inquiry Message

Pre-Order Messages

CNTCND – The Contractual Conditions Message

QUOTES – Quotation

REQOTE – Request for Quotation

ORDCHG – Purchase Order Change Request

ORDERS – Purchase Order

ORDRSP – Purchase Order Response

OSTENQ – Order Status Enquiry

OSTRPT – Order Status Report

Transport and Delivery Messages

DESADV – Despatch Advice

HANMOV – Cargo/Goods Handling and Movement Message

IFCSUM – Forwarding and Consolidation Summary Message

IFTMAN – Arrival Notice Message

IFTMBC – Booking Confirmation Message

IFTMBF – Firm Booking Message

IFTMIN – Transport Instruction

IFTSTA – Transport Status Message

INSDES – Instruction to Despatch

RECADV – Receiving Advice

RETANN – Announcement of Return

RETINS – Instruction for Return

COACSU – Commercial Account Summary

COMDIS – Commercial Dispute Message

INVOIC – Invoice

PAYMUL – Multiple Payment Order

REMADV – Remittance Advice

TAXCON – Tax Control

Report and Planning Messages

APERAK – Application Error and Acknowledgement Message

BANSTA – Bank Status Message

CREMUL – Multiple credit advice

DEBMUL – Multiple Debit Advice Message

DELFOR – Delivery Schedule

DIRDEB – Direct Debit

FINCAN – Financial Cancellation Message

FINSTA – Financial Statement

INVRPT – Inventory Report

MSCONS – Metered Services Consumption Report

QALITY – Quality Data Message

SLSFCT – Sales Forecast Report

SLSRPT – Sales Data Report

CONDRA – Drawing Administration Message

GENRAL – General Message

PAYDUC – Payroll Deductions Advice

Syntax and Service Report Message

CONTRL – Syntax and Service Report

Common Libraries

Common

Data elements & code sets directory

Security Messages

AUTACK – Secure Authentication and Acknowledgement Message

KEYMAN – Security Key and Certificate Management Message

GS1 XML

XML is a language designed for information exchange over the internet. GS1 uses XML to create a set of standard messages for the GS1 EDI (Electronic Data Interchange).

Item Data Notification

Configure to Order

Order

Order Response

Consumption Report

Despatch Advice

Despatch Advice – Cash Handling Extension

Despatch Advice – Fish Traceability Extension

Despatch Advice – Meat Product Extension

Inventory Report

Receiving Advice

Receiving Advice – Cash Handling Extension

Advanced Remittance Notification

Buyer Reconciliation of Request for Payment

Claims Notification

Debit Credit Advice

Invoice

Invoice – Metered Goods Extension

Request for Payment

Settlement

Goods Requirements

Goods Requirements Response

Performance Measurement

Purchase Conditions

Replenishment Proposal

Replenishment Request

Logistics Messages

Logistics Inventory Report Request & Report

Warehousing Inbound Instruction & Notification

Warehousing Operations Instruction & Notification

Warehousing Outbound Instruction & Notification

Transport Planning

Transport Capacity Booking & Response

Transport Capacity Plan

Transport Capacity Requirements

Transport Execution

Transport Instruction & Response

Transport Pick-up Drop-off Request & Confirmation

Transport Status Request & Notification

Product Recall

Product Recall

Artwork content

Artwork Content and Response

Component Libraries

EDI Common Library

Application Level Messages

Application Receipt Acknowledgement

Cash processing

Cash processing machines

GS1 UN/CEFACT XML

The United Nations Center for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business a subsidiary, intergovernmental body of the UNECE which serves as a focal point within the United Nations Economic ans Social Council for trade facilitation recommendations and electronic business standards.

Cross Industry Despatch Advice

Cross Industry Invoice

Cross Industry Order

Cross Industry Order Response

Data Types

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