Procedure of container discharge service :
Customers should prepare the following documents :
- Master Cable
- CVIA (Container Vessel Identification Advice)
- Statement of Fact
- Statement Letter (email baplie file)
- Import Summary List (ISL)
- Dangerous Cargo List
- Approval from Harbor Master
- Reefer List
- Crane Sequence List
- Discharge Stowage Plan
- Discharge Bay Plan
- Special Cargo List
Yard and Berth Planning Sub-department checks the vessel berth document. After checking, they conduct a daily meeting, together with Engineering Department, with Shipping Lines to draw/plan the container handling service schedule.
Vessel Berth Planning Sub-department processes the discharge plan in the computer system based on the data sent by the Shipping Lines via email and prints out the discharge list, and forwards to Berth Operations.
Based on the discharge list, Berth Operations Superintendent orders CC Operator, via Wharf Tally Clerk, to discharge container from the vessel and loads onto the chassis of Head Truck and transports to the Container Yard, and then confirms the discharge into the computer system (HHT/Teklogix)
When Head Truck arrives at the Container Yard, Yard Operations Superintendent orders Rubber Tyred Gantry (RTG) Operator, via Yard Tally Clerk, to stack the container, and then confirms the position of the container into the computer system (HHT/Teklogix). Yard Tally Clerk orders the Head Truck driver to return to the Wharf to take the following container to be discharged.
By the end of the shift, Yard Tally Clerk reports to Yard Operations Superintendent, and Wharf Tally Clerk reports to Berth Operations Superintendent.