ECTA BEST PRACTICE GUIDELINE: EQUIPMENT MASTER DATA
While the digital sharing of the most re-occurring equipment master data attributes is still within its infancy within chemical logistics, companies should start looking at new ways of collaborating. The reasons are to improve the operational accuracy and efficiency and to avoid retyping of such equipment master data at check-in places. In addition, companies should look at ways to enable faultless compliance with equipment and dangerous goods regulations.
This ECTA guideline aims to create a structured and standard equipment master data framework that can be used and re-used as a chemical industry framework across all actors. This equipment master data framework is a second version and will further evolve over time.
This new ECTA Guideline, is a second ECTA guideline in a series.