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Update on Database of Ship-Terminal Interface Issues

The Database on Ship-Terminal Interface Issues contains entries of 611 ports in more than 100 regions/countries. In addition to the information about port reception facility issues, there is also feedback from bulk carriers related to other ship-terminal interface problems such as:

  • Anchorage,
  • Cargo shortage,
  • Corruption
  • Crew shore leave,
  • Depth of berth,
  • Length of berth,
  • Loading/unloading,
  • Mooring,
  • Ship to ship transfer (STS)

INTERCARGO members are encouraged to request their bulk carriers to use the “Template – Terminal Report, v.6” and report port reception facility issues and ship-terminal interface problems.

All information is entered and recorded in the database on an as-is basis. It is the user’s responsibility to verify their own facts. The master of the individual terminal report and the manager of the database are not to be held responsible for any inaccuracy, errors or omissions in the information in the database, and not to be liable any losses or damages arising from the use of information.

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