Categories Stops Tranships

Tranship Stop

A new stop processing action lets you determine whether a stop is applied to cargo depending on where the cargo was originally loaded on to the vessel and what its final destination is.  This is specifically relevant for when local Customs requirements may not be applicable if the cargo is tranship.

An example of the new configuration’s use is for CEDO requirements in New Zealand.  The CEDO is required for any cargo that originated from New Zealand and is for exporting overseas.

A CEDO is not applied to Tranship cargo that was loaded overseas and whose discharge port is also overseas.

The CEDO stop is applied to Export or Tranship cargo (in the system or updated via a Tranship EDI file) according to the following table;

Load Port Tranship Port Discharge Port CEDO Stop Applied?
Your port N/A Overseas Yes
Another port in your country Your port Overseas Yes
Overseas Your port Overseas No
Overseas Your port Another port in your country No

Set up for a Tranship CEDO stop

Define a CEDO stop on the Stops code table.

Configure the stop processing actions to apply to Export and Tranship cargo but to exclude cargo that was loaded in the same country as your port.

  1. In the Auto Applies Actions list box, check the Exports (Receipt/Release) and Tranship check boxes. 
  2. In the Prevent Actions list box, check the Exporting check box.
  3. In the Process Actions list box, check the EDI Customs Export and Tranship Load Port This Country check boxes.
  4. Check the Fulls check box if you want to apply the stop to full containers.

NOTE: You do not have to check the Coastal Ignore check box when you configure the Tranship CEDO stop because the tranship stop is configured to manage this scenario.

The system identifies your port and country from the This Port Code value specified in your terminal configuration.

This enhancement is available in Master Terminal

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