Terminal Time (Export) calculates the Terminal Time (Demurrage) at the Port of Loading for loaded containers.
In this article
- Terminal Time (Export)
- Column headings explained
Terminal Time (Export)
The Terminal Time (Export) tab opens by default in the Historical Terminal Time view. Click the button in the bottom right corner of the page to switch between historical and current views.
💡 Use the At Terminal Days Calculation filter to include or exclude weekends.
Column headings explained
- Bill of Lading (BOL): the bill of lading number for this consignment
- GMT Offset: number of hours forward or behind Greenwich Mean Time, determined by the end user's browser location
- Actual Gate In Full Date: the date and time of the Gate In Full Date event at the POL
- Actual Loaded On Vessel: the date and time of the Actual Loaded On Vessel event at the POL
- At Terminal (Calendar Days) or (Week Days): the difference between the Actual Gate In Full Date and the Actual Loaded On Vessel at the POL
💡 Days are calculated based on the At Terminal Day Calculation filter at the top of the page (5 working days or 7 week days). Weekends are calculated as Saturday and Sunday.
💡 If Actual Loaded on Vessel isn’t available, then the difference is based on today (server time based in Dallas, USA) versus Actual Gate In Full Date. Both events have to happen at the same location / UN/LOCODE.