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The application maintains UN location codes and IATA airport codes. These codes are used in most freight applications to define the departure and destination points.

This data is standardized internationally. To ensure error free operation, country data is therefore maintained by Riege Software International via the SDS master system and distributed to all customer systems. Users should not have access to, nor change in any way this data.




This action creates a new UN Location Code using the Editor.


Opens the location highlighted in the overview with the Editor for further adjustment.


Removes the UN Location code highlighted in the overview. The recorded is not physically deleted, but marked as inactive and may be restored as described below.


Updates the index to ensure the latest UN Location codes are visible.

UN Location Codes

An overview of existing UN Location codes, showing, code, IATA code, name. state and indicating if the the location is an airport, seaport or railway station.

Show removed

Check this box to display previously deleted locations. These deleted locations will appear in the listing with the Trash icon in the left hand column. Editing deleted items will restore them to active status.

Filter (All, Airports, Port, Railway Stations)

The filter provides a drop down list to restrict the listing of locations to the desired type of location such as airports only. This field will default to All to ensure all locations are initially displayed.

Text to search

The full text search field can be used to search for locations using keywords, such as the UNLocode, the IATA code or the location name or part of the name.



The international standardized code (UN Location Code) for this location.


Name of the location


Three check boxes are present that are used to indicate if the location is one or more of the following:

  • Airport
  • Seaport
  • Railway Station

This information is used in various applications. It should be noted that a location cannot be used as an airport in an air import application for example, if the location is not identified here as an airport.


The country in which the location is found. The field search function can be used to find the country within the list of valid countries stored by the application.


Once the country has been selected, the drop down menu will show a list a states for the country selected. The state of the UNLOCODE must be selected.

City Code

A city code used to identify the UNLOCODE may be stored here,


The locations IATA Code. These codes are internationally standardized.


The drop-down menu presents a complete listing of possible time zones for the location. The correct time zone should be selected.

Coordinates (Latitude / Longitude)

The latitude and longitude of the location.


Saves the location details and exits back to the overview.


Exits back to the location overview without saving any changes to the location.