A. General Information
GS1 e-COO & e-Invoice
B. Lessons Learned
Enable digital trade by facilitation of the exchange of e-Documents between Thailand and Taiwan, including customs, importers, exporters, and cross-border data interchange service providers.
To assist international trading for economic operators such as suppliers FTI members and border agencies to exchange data quickly and at a reduced cost. In order to help speeding up the cross-border goods movement.
To enable secure and reliable transmission of trade and logistics documents. To create a Pan-Asian portal to enable global B2B connection and communication.
High security technology with blockchain and GS1 standards
Secure the confidential documents with blockchain technology
Deploy GS1 Global Location Number (GLN) to identify economic operators and locations, including suppliers, FTI members and customs
Simplifying exchange of data everywhere
Utilize the services via the Kiosk or computer with website or application
EDI exchange for Certificate of Origin
Blockchain for Commercial Invoice
Commercial invoice, Certificate of Origin
- Challenging to change the procedures of the importers / exporters;
- Customs does not have the authority to force importers / exporters to use the platform and
- It has proved hard to promote these services even though they are free to use during this phase of implementation.
The mindset to go paperless or use e-documents is not yet entrenched among the industry. There were no standards in place prior to implementation.
- PAA Scenario, Single Window, Asian Connection (go regional)
- To promote and provide secure, trusted, reliable and value-adding IT infrastructure and facilities to enhance seamless trade globally
- The major counterparts in each country has been contacted to build up a single signing window
- Promotion of service to members of FTI