Trade Facilitation and E-business(UN/CEFACT)
Key areas of work
30 March 2021: UN/CEFACT is pleased to launch a call for participation for the project “Encouraging Private Sector Participation in National Trade Facilitation Bodies”. The project will provide clear, accessible and concise guidance for encouraging private sector participation in NTFB. If you would like more information, please contact the project lead: Birgit Viohl.
22 February 2021: UN/CEFACT would like to remind users that the cut-off date for submissions of the new DMRs for UN/LOCODE release 2021-1 is 31 March 2021.
08 February 2021: UN/CEFACT would like to remind users that the cut-off date for submissions of DMRs for UN/CCL D.21A and UN/EDIFACT D.21A is 12 March 2021.
08 February 2021: The UN/CEFACT Bureau is pleased to announce a call for candidatures for the Agriculture, Fisheries and Agri-food Domain Coordinator within UN/CEFACT for the period until second quarter 2022. The role and responsibilities of domains and domain coordinators is available on the website. The structure of domains and the Programme Development Areas are posted on the website. Please refer to the announcement and candidature form. Interested candidatures are welcome until 8 March 2021; filled candidature form should be sent to the Secretary of UN/CEFACT.
08 February 2021: UN/CEFACT is pleased to announce the launch of a new project on Sustainable Development and Circular Economy Reference Data Model. Improving sustainability including circularity has become one of the major objectives of most industries and sectors, in order to increase their ability to manage their supply chains more effectively and sustainably. This project will provide a subset of the Buy-Ship-Pay Reference Data Model which will allow harmonization with transactions throughout the supply chain. For more information, please contact the Project Leader.
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