Learn about Common EDI Transactions

EDI transactions are used by business trading partners to exchange documents in a standardized format, allowing for automation and streamlining of purchase orders, invoices, acknowledgements, payments and more. 

Learn about Common EDI Transactions

EDI 350 - Customs Status Information

What is an EDI 350 Customs Status Information?

The EDI 350 Customs Status Information is sent by the Customs Service (CS) to supply carriers, terminal operators, port authorities and service providers with cargo release and cargo hold information for import shipments.

How is an EDI 350 Customs Status Information used?

An EDI 350 Customs Status Information is used by the Customs Service to notify terminal operators, service providers, and supply carriers about the status of a shipment. Importers and exporters can be notified about import and export shipments through this EDI document

The EDI 350 transaction set can also be used for the following purposes:  

  • To provide information to exporters and their agents regarding the status of a shipment  

  • To provide information to importers and their agents regarding the status of a shipment  

Modern EDI Services with Cleo

With Cleo, you can choose the EDI Services package that best fits your business.

You can create and deploy your own integrations using Cleo's intuitive, self-service design platform. You can utilize Cleo's EDI managed services team and take advantage of 900 person-years of experience to design and build your integrations. Or you can blend our EDI expertise and your business knowledge together in any manner that suits your use case. 

The choice is yours.

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