If you would like to see MMT RDM in use in industry there are some commonly used examples which you maybe familiar with, these can be found below.
At DCSA, we envisage a digitally interconnected container shipping industry in which customers have a choice of seamless, easy-to-use services that provide the flexibility to meet their business and sustainability goals.DCSA’s mission is to shape the digital future of container shipping by being the industry’s collective voice, working towards alignment and standardisation. By setting frameworks for effective, universally adoptable solutions and innovating, we can enable transparent, reliable, easy to use, secure and environmentally friendly container transportation services. DCSA’s open source standards, free for everyone to use, are developed based on input from DCSA member carriers, industry stakeholders and technology experts from other industries.
DCSA are creating their Open API standards for the container industry using the Buy/Ship/Pay RDM and other UN/CEFACT outputs to form their Information Model from which they are building Open API Standards to support their members and the container shipping industry
The DTLF is a group of experts that brings together stakeholders from different transport and logistics communities, from both the private and the public sector, with a view to build a common vision and road map for digital transport and logistics. The DTLF also contributes to identifying needs for measures at EU level and supporting their development and implementation where relevant.
The DTLF are working on the eFTI regulation, which is using MMT as the underlying reference data model.
The electronic freight transport information (eFTI) regulation has been approved by the EU and will enter into force in August 2024. It establishes a legal framework for road, rail, maritime and air transport operators to share information with enforcement authorities in an electronic format. This is a crucial step as it entails significant benefits for the EU road freight transport.
FIATA International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations is a nongovernmental, membership-based organization representing freight forwarders in some 150 countries. FIATA’s membership is composed of 109 Association Members and more than 5,500 Individual Members, overall representing an industry of 40,000 freight forwarding and logistics firms worldwide.
Fiata have built their Fiata Data Model using the MMT RDM as a base, their dataset contains the following electronic documents:
- Fiata Bill of Lading
- Forwarders Receipt
- Warehouse Receipt
Fiata are using the data model in JSON format.