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IMOS - Ports and Areas

In the Data Center module center, under Ports and Areas, click the term name.

Term lists that already include standard terms are underlined below.

  • Country - List enables you to view a list of the standard IMOS countries. On a Country form, you can edit Country Properties by selecting or clearing the appropriate check boxes.

  • Deviation Ports: To access Deviation TCE functionality by Vessel Type in Voyage Estimates (with configuration flag CFGEnableVoyestTceDeviation).

  • Distances Editor: To manually override the default distances for all users.

  • Fuel Zones: To calculate different estimated/projected LS consumption per Fuel ECA Zone. For more information, see Fuel Zones.

  • Loadline Zones terms are used on the Loadline Zone Seasons form and can be associated with a Port. You must have the Loadline Zones Module Right selected, under Ports and Areas in the Data Center.

  • Loadline Zone Seasons terms are used to define Season durations and the Loadline Zones to which they apply. For more information, see Loadline Zone Seasons.

  • Port Activities terms are used on the Port Activities form. For more information, see Port Activities Terms.

  • Port Areas terms are used on the Port form.

  • Port Functions terms are used on the Cargo and COA and displayed on forms with Itineraries. For more information, see Port Functions.

  • Port-to-Port Overrides enables you to override the standard IMOS calculations of transit duration and fuel consumption between any pair of ports. For more information, see Port-to-Port Overrides.

  • Trade Areas terms include the trade areas or voyage regions of your company and are used on several forms. Trade Areas can be used as a means of grouping voyages, trades, and contracts to analyze risk, total P&L, or exposure. They are also useful for balancing paper trading against physical positions. For Trading, each Trade Area must have a default Route defined. Trade Areas are used in contracts to determine the basis for the rate.

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