Case/Carton Labels (barcodes)
Carcase Tickets (barcodes)
Pallet Labels - Domestic single product (barcodes)
Pallet Labels - Domestic multiple products (barcodes)
Pallet Labels - Export single product (barcodes)
Pallet Labels - Export multiple products (barcodes)
Disease and Defect Condition Recording and Reporting Data Set
Disease and Defect Condition Recording and Reporting Data Set (In development - Version 2)
Plant Bovine Slaughter Export Industry Standard Data Set
Objective Measurement Technology Metadata Standard
Global Identification Number for Samples of Analysis (GINSA)
Certificate of Analysis GDTI Use Case
Documents and Reports
Mission and Vision
Submit Standard Proposal
Data Attribute Edit
Authority Code (for common use attributes the 'rmscc' code is used.)
Recorded - Transfered usually manually from paper or other source into a system
Measured - Either directly or indirectly from recorded form a measured value.
Created - System created
Calculated - Calculated value form dependency
Grouping tag - Used in the JSON payload for strucuture and grouping.
None - No supply chain valdiation is known.
Registry (RMSCC) - Validation is programmatically available from RMSCC.
Registry (Authority) - Validation is programmatically available from the Attribute Authority
Registry (3rd party) - Validation is programmatically available from a 3rd party.
Check Digit - Limited validation is available through the use of a check digit.
Description or explanation
The international register of identification codes for container owners was originated by the Bureau International des Containers (BIC) and has been published continually since 1970. It was subsequently adopted by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in 1972, forming an essential part of the ISO 6346 standard : « Freight Containers – Coding, Identification and Marking ». This standard also describes technical markings such as size and type code, country code and various operational marks. Only ISO Alpha-codes (a.k.a. container prefixes) for identification of container owners registered with the BIC may be used as unique identity marking of containers in all international transport and customs declaration documents. The IBC Code Comprises: An owner/operator code of 3 letters; A fourth letter used as equipment identifier (1); A serial number of 6 Arabic numerals (2); A seventh digit (check digit) providing a means of validating the recording and/or transmission accuracy of the data. Example (theoretical- for a container): BICU 123456 5