eFTI Gate helps to build strategies that drive change to sustainable supply chain
eFTI Gate refers to a component or platform related to the Electronic Freight Transport Information (eFTI) Regulation (EU 2020/1056). It establishes harmonized access procedures, rules, and technical specifications for authorities involved in the transport of goods. eFTI Gate is a key component to make European cross-border freight data network to work in real-time and connect private eFTI Data Platforms to State Authorities. It establishes harmonized access procedures, rules, and technical specifications for authorities involved in the transport of goods, based on the Electronic Freight Transport Information (eFTI) Regulation (EU 2020/1056).
The eFTI Regulation aims to standardize the exchange of freight transport information within the European Union. The eFTI Gate is common access point that facilitates the exchange of standardized eFTI data subsets between different entities, such as Economic Operators, eFTI Service providers and national or regional authorities. It allows for the generation and transmission of unique shipment identifiers (eFTI identifiers, like waybills) that enable the tracking and monitoring of freight transport activities. It provides a standardized approach to accessing and sharing relevant transport data between different stakeholders, ensuring efficient and near real-time communication and collaboration throughout the supply chain.
While specific details about eFTI Gate may vary depending on the country or region, it is designed to enable interoperability and communication between different eFTI systems in all EU member states. This allows for seamless data exchange and retrieval across borders, enhancing the efficiency and transparency of freight transportation within the European Union.
It’s important to note that we are the information provided is based on my search results, and it’s always recommended to consult official sources or relevant authorities for the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding eFTI Gate and its implementation in specific regions or countries.
It is important to mention here that the dynamic concept of sharing digital cargo data (incl. indexing and metadata) which is the basis of the eFTI regulation, was created by us, and in cooperation with experts from several European countries, it has today become a unique combination of technology, processes and legislation that allows the application of the multimodal Single Window economic model to different across countries.