Cargo Account Settlement Systems (CASS) is a system for billing and settling of accounts between airlines and freight forwarders. CASS files containing financial information from the airline can be imported into the Scope system using the CASS application
This action opens a file browser in order to select the files on the local computer or local network that is to be imported into Scope
Opens the CASS file highlighted in the overview
Opens the CASS parameters setup.
Updates the index to ensure the latest CASS details are visible in the overview.
While importing records, a list of alerts is generated when records cannot be read:
Unknown IATA code% 1 $ s% 2 $ s at AWB Booked on% 3 $ s from% 4 $ s
The line item could be assigned to any branch (% 1 $ s is then the IATA code for which no suitable treasury agent was found).
AWB Unknown% 1 $ s Booked on% 2 $ s% 3 $ s
No shipment could be found for the AWB-number. It is therefore posted to the general position of the corresponding branch (IATA code could be assigned in the case of a branch.)
Wrong AWB% 1 $ sf \ u00fcr% 2 $ s Program go \ u00f6rt% 3 $ s Booked on% 4 $ s% 2 $ s
The IATA code was assigned to a branch, and the shipment of specified AWB was also found, but the shipment is not one of the assigned branch. It is then posted to the general position of the identified settlement
Number of scanned records% s (% s) does not match the number specified in the footer (s%) agreed
The checksum at the end of the file has not agreed. This warning has no effect.
An AWB% s,% s, gives way to the specified tax amount (% s) from the expected (% s)
The calculation of the VAT amounts are not in accordance with, or oppose the sum.
An AWB% s has been found to be a cancellation (DCO / CCO), no edition (DCR / CCR). At AWB +% s has been found for a Revised (DCR / CCR) No cancellation (DCO / CCO).
These warnings are usually created together:
In addition, a report is created as a CSV, which can be seen in the documents tab of the CASS.
The report will be generated if the sum of reserves is consistent with the amount of the CASS per shipment.
The CSV has the following columns and is produced per branch:
- Shipment Number
- code charge (AF or CASS-charge-code)
- Expected (total accruals amount)
- In fact (amount CASS)
- Tax (VAT or FREE)
- Weight (CASS) (weight of the shipment in the CASS-file)
- Weight (self) (weight of the shipment in scope)
The third document number is generated as follows:
The data is in the format 'dd / mm / yyyy'
So, for example, 'CASS-RSIDUS-01/08/2010-31/08/2010'
This number can be modified in the invoice program.
Configure parameters application
The name of the IATA partner. This is the vendor to whom CASS payments are made. This partner and should be created in advance of entering the CASS settings
Create branch spanning invoices
When selected, a single voucher to the vendor will be created. When not selected, the vouchers to the vendor will be on a per branch basis.
This check box is used to indicate if there is one voucher per airline.
Create invoice per economic month
Vouchers will utilize the economic month of the shipments. In the instance where the CASS vendor sends an additional charge months after the shipment, the charge will be booked to the current economic month. If not checked, then the charge will be booked to the economic month of the shipment.
Always book for shipments actual agent
The shipment will be booked against the agent (branch) who originally registered the MAWB. Thus if a MAWB registered by LAX is used by NYC, the shipment will be booked against LAX.
Skip bookings for unkown agent IDs
If the CASS hot file contains bookings for unknown agent ID's, these bookings will be skipped.
For master AWB's; also resolve accruals on its houses
This can be left unchecked since accruals are always resolved to the house level when processing Cass charges.
Cass Other Charges Type
The charge code for the CASS other charges.
Since the CASS file does not contain individual other charges such as Fuel and Security, but only a total of such charges, this CASS other charge code should be used to represent these charges. Typically "OC" is used.
All of the branches of the organization should be visible. For each branch, administrative orders should be created.
From the "Finance" menu option of each branch, Administrative Orders should be selected. Within this application, for each branch, a CASS administrative order should be defined. the number can be something like "CASS-NYC" and the appropriate cost center applied. A set of monthly positions for each order should be created so that monthly CASS figures can be applied to the appropriate administrative order. This should be done in advance of applying CASS settings, so that there is a valid administrative order to select when finalizing settings. The purpose of administrative orders is so that unknown CASS charges can be stored in these orders and subsequently resolved by the user who will manually apply them to the correct shipments.