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Can Port Disbursement adjustments be hidden from the Actual column in the Voyage P&L?

It is common for PDA and FDA invoices operating in a foreign currency to have different exchange rates.

This mismatch in exchange rates will always produce an adjustment item in the FDA to account for the previously paid PDA and will appear in both the FDA invoice as well as the Actual column of the P&L.

Both IMOS On-Prem and the Veson IMOS Platform recognize the port expense at the FDA exchange rate once the FDA comes in and considers this to be a voyage expense, therefore applying the adjustment to the P&L. This behavior is hardcoded into the system and cannot be modified.

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