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On the Cargo Itinerary/Options tab, enter terms and information for the ports. For a Cargo created from a COA, the information is inherited from the COA when the Cargo is created but can be edited later.

Itinerary Grid

On the Itinerary grid, add rows to create the cargo itinerary.

  • If configuration flag CFGEnableCargoItinCommercialID is enabled, a Commercial ID column appears. You can enter an external cargo reference that can be used by a third-party system. For some integrations, this field is required to link a cargo on the Cargo Handling form with a voyage cargo charterer.

A context menu provides access to the following actions and forms:

Load/Discharge Options Grids

On the Load Options and Discharge Options grids, add rows to define each potential load and discharge port and the terms that apply to the port.

  • When you add a Port to an Options grid, the Berth defaults to Quay.

  • When you select a Port and Berth combination in the Itinerary that matches a Load or Discharge Option line, that information automatically populates; manually overwritten values appear as blue text.

  • A context menu provides access to the following actions and form:

    • Insert Port

    • Delete Port

    • Port

Related Configuration Flags



Show Liner Terms

Adds liner terms fields (OExp$/t and LinerExp) to the Voyage Fixture and Estimate. These fields are also synced with the corresponding OExp$/t and LinerExp fields on the Cargo form.

Despite the name, OExp$/t uses the local currency as defined in Curr and L/D Unit. Any cargo expense - as defined in the Operations Ledger - within the voyage, will drawdown from this estimate.

Enable Itinerary Laycan Fields

Adds Laycan From and Laycan To columns to this form.

  • When CFGChartererView is enabled, these columns will be named Window From and Window To.

  • When CFGVoyapiValidateCargoLaycanForPort is enabled, the Laycan dates will be validated against the ETA/ETD of the voyage. If CFGVoyapiValidateCargoLaycanForPort is not enabled, validation will be against the Laycan dates in the header of the Cargo form.

Enable Cargo Itinerary Supplier Receiver

On the Cargo/VC In Itinerary/Options tab and Cargo/VC In Booking form, adds a Supplier/Rcvr column where you can specify the supplier or receiver for each cargo handling. This information can be used to create supplier and receiver Laytime Calculations.

Enable Lift Quantity Descriptions

Enables Quantity Descriptions, which can be used to indicate the status or intent of cargo lift quantities. You can select a Quantity Description in the Description column on CP Terms Details and Cargo itineraries.

Enable Cargo Itinerary Commercial ID

When enabled, the Cargo and VC In Itinerary/Options tab shows the Commercial ID of each parcel.

Enable Cargo Handling Trade No

Note: CFGEnableMultiGrade must also be enabled.

Y = If multigrade cargoes are enabled, adds a Trade No. column to the Estimate Itinerary Cargo tab, Voyage Fixture, Voyage Manager, Cargo Itinerary/Options tab, and (when config flag CFGEnableActInvDetProrationByItin is enabled) Cargo Itinerary Allocation form. Additionally, if cargo transfers are enabled, the column is added to the Transfers tab. This is a free-text field, where users can enter identifiers for a trade associated with the given cargo lifting.

R = All the functionality of the Y setting is enabled, except that the Trade No. column is read-only.

Cargo Handling Trade No Title

Provides an override for the column title of the Trade No. column, which is enabled with CFGEnableCargoHandlingTradeNo. Leaving the setting blank causes the column title to remain Trade No.

Store Firming ETA on Cargo Trigger

When a voyage’s status is set to the configuration flag value (forecastscheduled, or commenced), a static Firming ETA field populates on the linked Cargo or VC In Itinerary/Options tab. You can compare this value with the actual ETA in a custom Report Designer report.

To disable this flag, leave the value blank.

Charterer View

Uses the Charterer's view instead of the standard Cargo form. When enabled:

  • When a voyage is scheduled using Cargo as the source, the Opr Type on the Create New Voyage form defaults according to the Counterparty on the Cargo contract. If the Counterparty is an Owner, the Opr Type is SPOT, otherwise it is TCOV or OVOV depending on the Ownership field on the vessel. Opr Type can be changed, and if the selected type is incompatible with the Cargo counterparty, the Counterparty column in the Voyage Manager Cargoes grid is cleared.

  • All noncoload Cargoes in a voyage synchronize to have the same CP Date and CP Terms Details form.

  • A Supplier/Rcvr column appears on the Cargo Booking and VC In Booking forms.

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