The On Ship section helps answer key questions such as:

  • What is the vessel ETA? When is my container arriving to port?

  • Are there any customs or shipline hold issues, or fees due that would delay the ability for trucking partners to pick up the container?

  • Do I have a trucking partner assigned? *

Important information, such as ETA, Fees Due, Holds, and container availability status are updated automatically and in near-real-time, so you always have the most up-to-date information without having to refresh and recheck multiple sources.

To access the On Ship tab, select Containers > On Ship from the navigation at the top of the page.

On Ship Page Details

Data Available

 - B/L Number - Master bill of lading number
 - Ref # - Internal customer reference number
 - Origin - Terminal / pick up location
 - Destination - Delivery location
 - Customer - Customer name
 - Steamship Line - Steamship line and vessel name
 - Vessel Arrival - Vessel ETA. ETA will be updated automatically for any changes.
 - Container Number
 - Container Type - Container size & type
 - Container Status - Status information is updated automatically.
    -- No Status - Container status not yet available; common for ETAs 7 days+ away.
    -- On Ship - Container is on the water
  - Holds - Customs and shipline holds information will update automatically
    -- Customs - Customs hold is placed on a container
    -- Customs Pending - Customs release has not been processed, yet
    -- USDA - USDA hold is placed on a container
    -- Freight - Shipline hold is placed on a container
    -- Freight Pending - Shipline release has not been received by the terminal
 - Fees - Fees due that will prevent a container from being available for pick up, such as terminal gate fees, demurrage, customs fees, will be displayed and updated automatically.
 - Trucker Assigned - Dispatched trucker *

 * These features are available for truckers that are signed-up with our system. Reach out to us using the Chat button or email to learn more.


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