Title of Presentation

Report
IDIT E-CONFERENCE
ON DEMATERIALISATION
OF TRANSPORT DOCUMENTS
Rouen, 6 December 2012
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The IRU TIR-EPD application’s functionality
for editing a CMR consignment note
Rouen, 6 December 2012
Jean Acri
Special TIR Advisor
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This is the IRU
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Evolution of IRU Membership
2012: 170 Members
in 73 countries
1948: eight
founder countries
2012: 22
CRIPA
Members
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IRU Priority Issues
 Sustainable Development
• Innovation
• Incentives
These are also
the priorities of
the IRU
Academy
• Infrastructure
 Facilitation
• Trade
• Tourism
• Road Transport
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Securing and facilitating trade and
international road transport
Transports
Internationaux Routiers
Managed by the
IRU since 1949
•
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What is the TIR System?
 The best multilateral facilitation instrument for
international transport and trade
 Based on TIR Convention of 1975
 Currently signed by 68 contracting parties, with the
possibility to be implemented globally and multimodally (road-rail, road-maritime, road-air)
•
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The six pillars of the TIR System
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International Carriage by Road under the
CMR: Objectives of the CMR
 to harmonise contractual conditions
 to contribute to facilitating the carriage of goods using the
CMR consignment note
 to contribute to harmonising competitive conditions
---------------------------------------------------------------------The texts:
 the 1956 CMR
 1978 Protocol (SDR)
 Additional « e-CMR » Protocol in 2008
(entered into force in 2011)
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Computerisation:
A must for CMR
Additional Protocol on the
CMR Convention on the Electronic
Consignment Note
 In force from 5 June 2011
 An important step towards
paper-less system!
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Additional Protocol on CMR Convention:
Electronic Consignment Notes
 To ensure effective
implementation of the e-CMR,
Contracting Parties should adopt
coordinated position to:
• urge more Contracting Parties to
join the Additional Protocol;
• urge Governments to agree on
practical implementation
requirements and procedures for
the E-CMR with a specific focus
on agreeing on internationally
harmonised technical standards in
the domain of electronic
signatures and authentication
methods.
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9/11 Worldwide Security
Requirements changed forever
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IRU TIR-EPD to promote secure trade
 WCO SAFE Framework: advance cargo information
 EU legislation:
• Transit Customs data must be sent electronically (NCTS)
• Security declarations must be sent electronically
(ENS-EXS-NCTS)
 Euro-Asian Customs Union:
• Transit Customs declarations must be sent electronically
 National legislation (57 Contracting Parties):
• National requirements and Portals
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WCO SAFE and UN Conventions
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TIR Carnet Holder Portal
TIR-EPD
TIR
Electronic
PreDeclaration
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Connecting Business and Customs
for facilitating and securing international trade
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Electronic advance cargo info
submission single window
concept
1
2
Traders & Carriers submit
Customs authorities confirm
free-of-charge electronic
reception of the message,
pre-declarations to Customs
validate the guarantee and
authorities in different
release the cargo for transit
countries
National
Customs System
Country A
Benefits: this exchange of advance
TIR-EPD
information facilitates pre-arrival
National
Customs System
Country B
risk analysis and makes border
crossings simpler, more secure and
faster
National
Customs System
NCTS
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TIR-EPD vs. TIR Carnet vs. CMR
TIR-EPD = TIR Carnet + additional information (safety and security, etc)
TIR-EPD is paving the way from pre-declaration today to declaration tomorrow
TIR-EPD is paving the way towards e-CMR
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TIR-EPD and CMR: first step
towards e-CMR
 IRU TIR-EPD now ready to allow its users to:
• Generate CMR Consignment Notes;
• Print out CMR Consignment Notes.
 TIR-EPD users are able to use their TIR-EPD data to:
• Automatically fill in the corresponding CMR Consignment
Note fields;
• Complement wherever appropriate the CMR
Consignment Note with additional data.
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Simple, useful, effective and free of
charge service for trade operators
1. Login
WWW.TIREPD.ORG
19 languages
Highly secure
2. Fill-in
3. Submit
4. Obtain movement reference Nr,
present it to Customs!
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New feature in TIR-EPD (CMR)
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New feature in TIR-EPD (CMR)
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New feature in TIR-EPD (CMR)
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New feature in TIR-EPD (CMR)
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New feature in TIR-EPD (CMR)
Description of the goods: loading list
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New feature in TIR-EPD (CMR)
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New feature in TIR-EPD (CMR)
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New feature in TIR-EPD (CMR)
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Additional Protocol on CMR Convention:
Electronic Consignment Notes
 To ensure effective
implementation of the e-CMR,
Contracting Parties should adopt
coordinated position to:
• urge more Contracting Parties to
join the Additional Protocol;
• urge Governments to agree on
practical implementation
requirements and procedures for
the E-CMR with a specific focus
on agreeing on internationally
harmonised technical standards in
the domain of electronic
signatures and authentication
methods.
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www.iru.org
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