8.4.2 Yard Yard Allocations

Yard Statistics

In the Satellite View it is possible to view the usage of locations within a yard allocation. In this example the selected allocation range has 4 items in it. As cargo is moved in and out of the area the statistics can be updated manually by using the right click menu to rebuild. Or is… Read More

8.4.2 Allocations Releases

Release Request Cargo Match

Two right click options are available in the Release Request screen that allow you to test the selected request for cargo matching.The  ‘Test Autoplan/Find Cargo’ option will perform the matching that occurs during operations to find cargo locations that match the release request criteria.The matching actually uses the attributes on the release request and the attributes on yard allocations… Read More

8.4.2 Bookings Config EDI

Updating Voyage Codes on Bookings without duplicating Booking Lines

A number of Ports have recently been undergoing testing of new EDI message formats to include the Verified Gross Mass (VGM) of export packed containers.   When a Coparn message is received from a Ship Operator, it will load as a booking in Master Terminal. If an updated booking is sent with a new Voyage… Read More

8.4.2 Voyage Operations

Voyage Cut Offs

Master Terminal’s Voyage cut-offs are explained in this blog post: Terminal configuration: ‘Voyage Cut-offs Produce Error on Receival’ adds additional functionality to the cut-offs at a terminal level. Flag  OFF Flag  ON Pre-note creation before ‘earliest receival’ allowed YES (WARNING) YES (WARNING) Pre-note creation after cut-off allowed YES (WARNING) NO (ERROR) Pre-note creation within cut-off window allowed… Read More

8.4.2 ToDoTask

Time Range for Task Resources

Master Terminal’s To Do Tasks can have resources defined for them. When a task is completed the resources used to complete the task can be specified.An enhancement has been made to allow a task resource to be configured to accept a date range rather than a single date. When a resource that has ‘Requires Date… Read More