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FILAM (First-and-Last-Mile) Entry

Simply Transfer Data via QR Code

Instead of e.g. communicating via e-mail drivers can now use their smartphone or tablet to scan the QR Code on a pickup or delivery transport order coming from Scope and confirm the loading or de-loading with one click. This will then appear in Scope. Alternatively, the forwarder's employees can scan the code and trigger the confirmation - with specific date and time.


AWB Split in Departure Control

The departure control now allows to change packages (# of pieces, weight volume) per flight when using the deviating flights option.


Mexico CFDI 4.0

The financial authorities in Mexico introduced a new format for sealing of invoices and payments. The use of the new format will become mandatory by 1 July 2022. Scope supports this format to allow our customers a timely and early use of the format.


VAT Registration inside EU

The Scope Partner Entry for the "ATLAS Teilnehmer" role now has a checkbox by which you can mark that this partner does not have a VAT registration inside the EU.

Consequently, this flag will not allow any import declarations for free circulation (i.e. regular & simplified imports) which have a declarant party that has this checkbox set to contain goods items with procedure code "4000" (release for free circulation), as these parties cannot be charged with VAT from the customs system.

DEMO Access from Scope to a AI classification tool provided by traide

During some conversation with a startup called traide ( we have decided to offer Scope customers a free access to their classification tool.

This is a web-based AI application, powered by a deep learning algorithm. It searches tariff numbers from the EZT provided by DE customs authorities based on your own individual goods description. Hence, it you receive data from your customers for which you service to do their imports, you can use the goods description to obtain a tariff number for it. There are no restriction to formulating the goods description.

To access it, simply right-click the goods description on your import declaration, and choose "Neuer Tarifierungfall in TRAIDE":

This opens the landing page for the found results:

Choosing "Annehmen" on the desired tariff number, you will get to the details page:

The details page gives you a one-click access to all related additional information which are contained in the tariff. Mainly to the remarks & explanations about nature of goods and the current regulations. The latter is very interesting with regards to any current import restrictions imposed on the origin country.

This tool offers several advantages:

  • Searches for tariff numbers from the real goods description (Scope can also search numbers by text, but requires the exact text match)
  • No more than 3 clicks get you to the official explanations to look up important tariff information. Research on other official sites often result in multiple redirections and open browser tabs.


DMS 4.0

This Scope version contains support for the new Dutch Customs system: DMS 4.0. This system will replace AGS.

In order to use DMS, you need to be migrated at NL Customs from AGS to DMS. This is scheduled for the coming months. Riege Support has direct contact with Dutch Customs and will contact you about the migration.

In the TEST environment of Scope, you can already see the screens of the new DMS function in Scope. You can find this in the menu, below the "AGS" appliance.

More information about DMS in Scope can be found here.


Portbase Cargo Controller

Portbase Cargo Controller replaces the former application "Ladinginformatie 2.0" of Portbase. The new application has been implemented in Scope. Cargo Controller allows automatic sending of the "AGSGPR / goods arrival messages". Furthermore, you can receive some automatic information:

  • Terminal locations
  • ETA
  • Manifested goods
  • Customs inspections
  • Gate in / gate out movements

To use this application you will need a Cargo Controller Contract.

Mexico: Improved Validations at the Carta Porte application

  • Removed the MAWB check, when issuing a Carta Porte for a simple shipment.  A Missing MAWB-No is no longer validated as an error.
  • The transportorder to which a carta porte refers is stored before trying to send/seal the carta porte transfer invoice, so that always the latest values of the transportorder will be used.
  • TransportOrder is always validated in the CartaPorteEditor Dialog - even if Carta Porte was already transmitted successfully (sealed). The reason behind this is, that a Carta Porte might be used in multiple invoices, which need to be sealed and after the first successful sealing, the underlying transport order might have changed.
    Missing time for pickup / delivery date or etd / eta is now validated as error instead of warning.

Seafreight Import - New field for AMS HB/L Number for US Branches

A new reference type AMS_HWB has been introduced, which is used in seafreight import shipments (editors) for US branches: a new field to enter this references is found below the HBL number field. It is defaulted from the HBL number (and updated, if it is empty or equal to the "old" value of the HBL number). It can also be printed by using the new print variable "amsHawb".

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