Vessel Delay Report


With the help of the Vessel Delay Report window, MOLPower users can view the details of any vessel delay associated with their bookings. They can also create the setup for receiving daily emails notifying them about the delay.

 

Admin users can access this window and view the delay details for any user using the Vessel Delay Report option in the User Search window. This option is available on clicking the right mouse button on a record corresponding to that user. Other logged-in users can access the window from the Services & Schedules menu item. They, however, can view only those records that concern their own bookings.

Opening the Vessel Delay Report window

The Vessel Delay Report window contains the following items:

Item

Description

Booking No

The Booking number of the Booking corresponding to the vessel leg for which there is a delay.

Container No

The Container number associated with the Booking corresponding to the vessel leg for which there is a delay.

Vessel

The vessel code of the vessel leg  for which there is a delay.

Voyage

The voyage code of the above vessel leg  for which there is a delay.

POL

The Load Port associated with the vessel leg  for which there is a delay.

POD

The Discharge Port associated with the vessel leg  for which there is a delay.

Delay HR (POD)

The hours of delay.

Latest ETD POL

The Latest Estimated Time of Departure (ETD) of the vessel from the respective load port. This is also known as Coastal ETD.

This field is applicable only for Liner Mother vessel schedules.

Latest ETA POD

The Latest Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) of the vessel in the respective discharge port. This is also known as Coastal ETA.

This field is applicable only for Liner Mother vessel schedules.

Proforma ETD POL

The Proforma Estimated Time of Departure (ETD) of the vessel from the respective load port that is specified for proforma vessel schedule.

This field is applicable only for Liner Mother vessel schedules.

Proforma ETA POD

The Proforma Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) of the vessel at the respective discharge port that is specified for proforma vessel schedule.

This field is applicable only for Liner Mother vessel schedules.

The Reason of Delay

The reason for the corresponding delay.

Activate Email Alert

Click this button to activate the email alerts for vessel delay.

The label of this button dynamically changes to Deactivate Email Alert after email alert activation. On clicking this button, all the email addresses registered against the logged-in user are activated/deactivated together.

The email alert feature is deactivated automatically after 180 days of activation. You need to re-activate it to continue receiving email notifications about vessel delay.

Configure Email Alert

Click this button to enter new email addresses, modify or delete the existing ones. As you click this button, the Configure Delay Notification dialogue box is displayed in which you can perform these  actions.

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