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8.5.1.100 Break Bulk Bulk Cargo Warehouse

Cargo Auto Volume Calculation

A new feature has been added to auto calculate the total volume for Break Bulk and Bulk cargo types that use the “Allow Auto Volume Display xQty” option.The system is going to use the following calculation: Total Volume =((L x H x W) x Quantity Pieces) x Total Quantity .If the [quantity Pieces] or the… Read More

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8.4.1 Break Bulk Cargo Releases Road Warehouse

Releasing Cargo via Specific Warehouse Locations

We have recently released a new application allowing Terminals to record and subsequently validate on loading, the warehouse door a truck uses to pick up cargo associated with a Release Request.  This application is called ‘Truck Warehouse Release Loader’ and is available from the Handheld Applications menu.When Terminals have larger warehouses with multiple doors to… Read More

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8.3.2 Break Bulk Warehouse

Warehousing Break Bulk

The newest and shiniest version of Master Terminal is about to be released and it includes a number of improvements in the handling of break bulk cargo. In this post I am going to walk through the discharge of break bulk from a hold type ship to a warehouse followed by the release of the… Read More

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8.2.2 Break Bulk Cargo Warehouse Yard Yard Allocations

Racking for General Cargo Areas

Master Terminal’s GC areas have been enhanced to include the ability to define racking, new GC area displays with side views for racking shelves and yard allocation capacity means that auto planning can be used for receival of GC cargo. General Cargo Area Definition Ground locations can still be defined in a GC areas, but… Read More

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8.2.1 Break Bulk Cargo Warehouse Yard

Break-Bulk

The next release of Master Terminal (8.2.1) has a major enhancement to the tracking of break-bulk cargo. With the new release you will be able to track multiple actual pieces of cargo using a single cargo id. For example you may have a consignment of say 200 bundles of rebar that are not individually labelled.… Read More