eCMR implementation

What is eCMR?

eCMR is a platform that works together with the transport and logistics sector. It aims to allow the service providers to index their active eCMRs and the controlling institutions to check the availability of CMR transport documents of the foreign road carriers driving through their territory in a secure and trustful way. With the indexing service and the indexing number of an eCMR, the appointed government institutions of the involved country would see where the eCMR is stored and receive agreed available data. To understand this solution better, here are five benefits which the solution gives:

  1. Logistics go green.
  2. Less workload and papers for drivers.
  3. Quicker data transfer B2G
  4. Less time at the borders.
  5. How does it work?

The solution is based on an application programming interface (API) deployed using a distributed ledger technology (DLT) approach and platforms through API. It makes transport operations and eCMRs faster, simpler, and more efficient by providing digital services that allow all the supply chain stakeholders to exchange information smoothly and work better, closer together. However, the eCMR solution can only function when an internationally connected digital ecosystem is available, which would allow the data exchange on those documents along the transport corridor.

The DIGINNO and DIGINNO-Proto projects

The DIGINNO and DIGINNO-Proto projects prioritized this effort, and the DINNOCAP project seeks to channel the results of the preceding two. The DIGINNO-Proto project (2019-2020) was launched to build and test an eCMR prototype and facilitate international sharing of eCMR data among partner countries Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland. The DIGINNO-Proto project's Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland implemented and tested the eCMR prototype 1.0 in two stages:

  1. Architecture development took place between August 2019 and January 2020. The idea was refined in collaboration with the project team, including mapping the proposed solution's functionality and writing the specifications and tender documents.
  2. Between April and September 2020, technical development was conducted by contractual partner Systems integration solutions, UAB, which won the international public procurement process, and testing took place in four countries.

    To address cross-border regulation requirements, the European Commission approved the eFTI Regulation in summer 2020, and further delegated and implementing acts are being drafted. Parallel to this, the expert group DTLF conducts political and technical specialists from EU member states. Apart from the law, the subject of green e-logistics generates intense debate.

You are more than welcome to try it!

If you find this solution interesting you are more than welcome to test it! If so you are more than welcome to download the .XML files down below with the given information.

If you are System Administrator’ you can access web page to control access accounts and rights in your country, then visit ->

If you have access account to ‘eCMR Index Registry' as ‘Competent Authority’ or 'EDI Service Provider’, Please contact with ‘System Administrator' in your country.

If you are ‘System Administrator’ in your country, but you have no access to ‘eCMR Index Registry’ - Please contact Riho Vedler (

‘eCMR Index Registry’ web page - SIS eCMR Web

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