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How to provide OC breakdown?(Cargo question)

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Created by Binbin D (Accounting Centre of Chin) on 2010-07-02 01:35:01 Back to Topics

How to provide OC breakdown?(Cargo question)

In xml Invoice Standard v2.1, there is no 'Other Charge Breakdown' field any more. Although instead there are 'Addon Charges' fields, all the 'AddonChargeCode' fields are 'not supported at this level'.
So, how can we indicate different Other Charges Amount with different OC Code?
Or,  SIS does not require OC breakdown any more?
If SIS still requires OC breakdown, could you please provide  comprehensive examples?
Replied by James S on 2010-07-12 16:06:40
Other Charges breakdown information is optional for Cargo. It is mandatory to be provided only when VAT is applicable on a particular Other charge amount.
 
In the IS-XML, the AddOn Charges node is used to provide this information....
 
So for example if two Other charges (FA for USD 21 and CC for USD 200) need to be represented in the IS-XML file then this is how you will go about in the Line Item Details section of the IS-XML
 
<AddOnCharges>
        <AddOnChargeName>OtherChargesAllowed</AddOnChargeName>
      <AddOnChargeCode>FA</AddOnChargeCode>
      <AddonChargeAmount>21.000</AddonChargeAmount>
</AddOnCharges>
<AddOnCharges>
      <AddOnChargeName>OtherChargesAllowed</AddOnChargeName>
      <AddOnChargeCode>CC</AddOnChargeCode>
      <AddonChargeAmount>200.000</AddonChargeAmount>
</AddOnCharges>



From: DUAN Binbin
Posted: Friday, July 02, 2010 1:35 AM
Subject: How to provide OC breakdown?(Cargo question)

In xml Invoice Standard v2.1, there is no 'Other Charge Breakdown' field any more. Although instead there are 'Addon Charges' fields, all the 'AddonChargeCode' fields are 'not supported at this level'.
So, how can we indicate different Other Charges Amount with different OC Code?
Or,  SIS does not require OC breakdown any more?
If SIS still requires OC breakdown, could you please provide  comprehensive examples?
Replied by Binbin D (Accounting Centre of Chin) on 2010-07-14 03:17:47
Thanks for your reply.
One more question. If the billing carrier bills us with OC breakdowns, must we reject it with OC breakdowns, or we can just reject with a total OC amount? (No VAT involved)


From: SHANNON James
Posted: Monday, July 12, 2010 4:06 PM
Subject: How to provide OC breakdown?(Cargo question)

Other Charges breakdown information is optional for Cargo. It is mandatory to be provided only when VAT is applicable on a particular Other charge amount.
 
In the IS-XML, the AddOn Charges node is used to provide this information....
 
So for example if two Other charges (FA for USD 21 and CC for USD 200) need to be represented in the IS-XML file then this is how you will go about in the Line Item Details section of the IS-XML
 
<AddOnCharges>
        <AddOnChargeName>OtherChargesAllowed</AddOnChargeName>
      <AddOnChargeCode>FA</AddOnChargeCode>
      <AddonChargeAmount>21.000</AddonChargeAmount>
</AddOnCharges>
<AddOnCharges>
      <AddOnChargeName>OtherChargesAllowed</AddOnChargeName>
      <AddOnChargeCode>CC</AddOnChargeCode>
      <AddonChargeAmount>200.000</AddonChargeAmount>
</AddOnCharges>



From: DUAN Binbin
Posted: Friday, July 02, 2010 1:35 AM
Subject: How to provide OC breakdown?(Cargo question)

In xml Invoice Standard v2.1, there is no 'Other Charge Breakdown' field any more. Although instead there are 'Addon Charges' fields, all the 'AddonChargeCode' fields are 'not supported at this level'.
So, how can we indicate different Other Charges Amount with different OC Code?
Or,  SIS does not require OC breakdown any more?
If SIS still requires OC breakdown, could you please provide  comprehensive examples?
Replied by James S on 2010-07-14 08:52:38
It depends why you're rejecting it. If you're disputing an amount that's an Other Charge (e.g. FA as in the example), then you'll need to provide that information in the breakdowns as well.
Replied by Binbin D (Accounting Centre of Chin) on 2010-07-14 23:14:59
If, for example, we reject it for Over Billing or Over time limits, can we just reject OC in total, although other airline has provided us OC breakdowns?


From: SHANNON James
Posted: Wednesday, July 14, 2010 8:52 AM
Subject: How to provide OC breakdown?(Cargo question)

It depends why you're rejecting it. If you're disputing an amount that's an Other Charge (e.g. FA as in the example), then you'll need to provide that information in the breakdowns as well.
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-01-31 13:38:05
Hi,
 
To pick up on this outstanding questions, you need to reject what the billing carrier has provided (in this case, the OC breakdowns).
 
Best Regards

From: Accounting Centre of Chin
Posted: Wednesday, July 14, 2010 11:14 PM
Subject: How to provide OC breakdown?(Cargo question)

If, for example, we reject it for Over Billing or Over time limits, can we just reject OC in total, although other airline has provided us OC breakdowns?


From: SHANNON James
Posted: Wednesday, July 14, 2010 8:52 AM
Subject: How to provide OC breakdown?(Cargo question)

It depends why you're rejecting it. If you're disputing an amount that's an Other Charge (e.g. FA as in the example), then you'll need to provide that information in the breakdowns as well.
 
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