On this form, you can specify CP Quantity and CP Draft by port and vessel and calculate deadfreight based on quantity shortfall or draft shortfall.
When a lifting or a Cargo is scheduled on a voyage, the CP Quantity and CP Draft are updated based on the values entered in this form. If more than one CP Quantity or CP Draft value is specified, the lowest value is set in the lifting or Cargo. If no value is specified on this form, the CP Quantity and CP Draft will not be changed. Values are updated only when the Cargo is scheduled.
You can select to calculate deadfreight by Tonnage or by Draft:
- Deadfreight by Tonnage: When selected, CP Quantity is required, while Contract Draft is optional. Deadfreight quantity is calculated using the following equation: Deadfreight = CP Quantity – BL Quantity – Allowance.
- Deadfreight by Draft: When selected, CP Draft is required, while Contract Tonnage is optional. Deadfreight quantity is calculated using the following equation: Deadfreight = ((CP Draft – Actual BL Draft) * TPC * 100) – Allowance.
- If neither check box is selected, the deadfreight quantity calculation will use the standard method.
- For a COA Cargo, if the Using Pricing from COA check box is selected, the Lift CP Quantity and Draft information is inherited from the COA.