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UN/CEFACT

Introduction

The United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT) is a subsidiary, intergovernmental body of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) which serves as a focal point within the United Nations Economic and Social Council for trade facilitation recommendations and electronic business standards. It has global membership and its members are experts from intergovernmental organizations, individual countries' authorities and also from the business community.

Key areas of work


Recommendations


Standards


Projects


Public Reviews


UN/LOCODE
Advisory
Group


Sustainable
Fisheries

In Focus

During the UN/CEFACT 33rd Forum in Geneva, Switzerland from 1 to 5 April 2019 experts from around the world will progress the guidance and standards projects on Single Window, Internet of Things, Smart Containers, Data Pipeline, UN/LOCODE, eIMO-FAL, Waste Management, eQuality Certificate, Sustainable Textile and Leather Traceability. Three conferences will also be organized during the week on Supporting MSMEs Access International Trading Markets, Harmonizing Accounting/Audit Data Requirements, New Technologies. Participation is free of charge. Registration to this semi-annual event and more information available.

Highlights

7 February 2019:  Elections of UN/CEFACT Regional Rapporteurs, Monday, 8 April 2019.
Elections of Regional Rapporteurs to UN/CEFACT will take place on Monday, 8 April 2019, in Geneva during the 25th UN/CEFACT Plenary. The roles and responsibilities of Regional Rapporteurs are described in the UN/CEFCT Mandate and Terms of Reference, paragraphs 82 to 85. (ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2017/15).
All interested candidates must complete the Candidate Form and provide a current Curriculum Vitae. The candidacies should be sent to the UNECE secretariat by 22 February 2019.

9 January 2019: UN/CEFACT is pleased to launch a call for participation for the “Cross Industry Delivery” project.  Within the family of “Cross Industry” deliverables developed to support supply chain management, this deliverable aims to add the Receiving Advice to the already existing Despatch Advice and align them to the Supply chain reference Data Model. If you would like more information, please contact the project lead, Rolf Wessel

8 January 2019: UN/CEFACT would like to remind users that the cut-off date for submissions of new DMRs for UN/CCL D.19A and UN/EDIFACT D.19A is the 4 February 2019. For more information, please see the UN/EDIFACT DMR webpage.  And that the cut-off date for submissions of UN/LOCODE requests for release 2019-1 is the 31 March 2019. For more information please see the UN/LOCODE webpage.

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Events

01 to 05 April 2019

08 to 09 April 2019