- 11 December 2015
- Electronic Invoicing and Dematerialisation
- Administration/Finance Information Communication Technology
- Practical Roadmap
- What are the main documents used in the transport process? What are the digitalisation possibilities expected from the legislation?
- What are the main tools and approaches for the Digitalisation in the Transport processes?
- What are the main legislative references to know for a Digitalisation project in the Transport processes?
- Is it necessary to preserve the CMR? Who’s required to preserve it?
- What are the cases in which it is not possible to use the CMR and is required the Delivery Note?
- What happen if the Police stops a means of transport with a digital CMR?
- Which are the tax obligations of the abroad delivery documentation management?
Companies are widely signalling their growing interest in digital processes associated to the shipment and delivery of goods. They are also flagging up the many obstacles in the way of adopting digital solutions in this field, which range from legislation and lack of knowledge about these topics to the unwillingness of other players in the value chain. The objective of this White Paper is to give some answers to the main queries concerning digital solutions adopted in transport processes, both from a “technical-legislative” point of view and by suggesting concrete management modalities that are able to combine company needs with Italian legal and legislative requirements. This is the first work produced by the Collaborative Community on Digitalisation in Transport Processes, an initiative promoted in collaboration with three Observatories, Electronic Invoicing and Dematerialisation, Contract Logistics and Mobile Enterprise. This Community is composed of contracting companies, logistics operators, technologics...
Introduction by Damiano Frosi and Daniele Marazzi
2. Answers to the main questions about the first three moments of meeting and exchange of views.
3. The main moments and approaches to the Digitalisation in the Transport processes
4. The main legislative references