|The action of lifting cargo or a container on board of the mode of transportation. Load is complete once the cargo or container has been lifted on board the mode of transport and secured.
|The action of lifting cargo or containers off a mode of transport. Discharge is the opposite of load.
|The action when a container is introduced into a controlled area like a port - or inland terminal. Gate in has been completed once the operator of the area is legally in possession of the container.
|The action when a container is removed from a controlled area like a port – or inland terminal. Gate-out has been completed once the possession of the container has been transferred from the operator of the terminal to the entity who is picking up the container.
|The process of loading the cargo in a container or in/onto another piece of equipment.
|The action of unloading cargo from containers or equipment.
|The action of collecting the container at customer location.
|The action of delivering the container at customer location.
|Identifies that the seal on equipment has been inspected.
|Identifies that the equipment has been resealed after inspection.
|Identifies that a Seal has been removed from the equipment for inspection.
|Available for Pick-up
|Identifies that shipment/ Container is ready to be picked up / collection at a facility.
|Available for Drop-off
|Identifies that shipment/ container is ready to be dropped off / delivered at a facility
|Customs Selected for Scan
|Identifies that Customs has selected the equipment for scanning
|Customs Selected for Inspection
|Identifies that that Customs has selected the equipment for inspection
|Identifies that Customs has released the equipment for either export from or import into the country.
|Way Point Crossed
|A waypoint is an intermediate point or place during transit of shipment, waypoint crossed indicates that the equipment has crossed the particular waypoint on its transit.