Arg Container Terminal

Topics: Containerization, Intermodal freight transport, Cargo Pages: 27 (7130 words) Published: March 20, 2013
Marine Terminal Operations

Container Terminal

Prepared by: Revalino Bennett, Andrew Gibson, Jenoir Dick, Oshane Polson, Tandra Morris, Jodian Braham
For: Mr. Reyon McIntyre

Due Date: November 15th, 2012

Table of Contents

Section Page

Section A- General
Introduction IV A-2 ARG Air layout 1-2 A-3 Abbreviations

A-4 Working Hrs
A-5 Entry Passes
A-6 General Customs Formalities

Section B- Landside Operations
B-1 Gate Operations
B-2 Terminal Access
B-3 Exit Validation
B-4 Checking Activity at Gate
B-5 Inter Terminal Transport
B-6 Customs Inspection

Section C- Vessel Operation
C-1 Marine Requirements
C-101 Working Hrs
C-102 Vessel Arrival Notice
C-103 Documents Required
C-104 Establishing Communication
C-105 Pilotage
C- 2 Berth and Labour Planning
C-201 Pro-forma Vessel Schedules
C-202 Advance Schedules
C-203 Initial Vessel Call Information
C-204 Detailed Vessel Call Information
C-205 Communication on the “Port of Salalah Game Plan” C-206 Calls Outside Pro-forma
C-207 Vessel Connections
C-208 Technical Information on the Vessel
C-209 Notice of Readiness

Section D- Load and Discharge Operation
D-1 General
D-101 Gantry Crane Capacity
D-102 Lashing
D-103 Hatch Cover Moves and Restows
D-104 Use of Special Equipment
D-105 Bay Planning and Stability Calculations
D-106 Definition of Loading/Discharging of Containers
D-107 Reporting
D-108 Storage
D-109 Data Amendment
D-2 Discharge Operation
D-201 Vessel Profile Information
D-202 Discharge List Information
D-203 Checking Activity During Discharge (Tally)
D-204 Reporting
D-205 Short-landed Container
D-206 Over-Landed Container
D-3 Load Operation
D-301 Pre-Plan
D-302 Load List Information
D-303 Re-Nomination of Cargo
D-304 Pro-Forma Cargo Deadline
D-305 Checking Activity during Load (Tally)
D-306 Reporting
D-307 Short-Shipped Container
D-308 Over-Shipped Container
D-4 Yard Inventory
D-5 Vessel Bunkering, Repair, and Supply of Provision

Section E- Break Bulk and Over Dimensional Cargo
E-1 Requirements
E-2 Restrictions
F- Direct Deliveries
G- Dangerous Cargo
H- Leakage/Spillage of Cargo
I- Container Freight Station Activities
J- Weighbridge
K- Miscellaneous Services
L- Damage and Claims
L-01 Damage to Line’s Equipment (Without Prejudice)
L-02 Damage to Line’s Vessel (Without Prejudice)
L-03 Damage Caused by Third Parties
L-04 Damage to Port Facilities/Equipment/Personnel
M - Longstanding Cargo
N- Reefer Containers

Section O- Port Safety and Security
O01 Rules & Regulations
O02 International Ship and Port Security (ISPS)
O02.1 ISPS Measures by Port of Salalah
O02.2 ISPS Requirements for the Line
O03 X-Ray Inspection of Containers


The competition among container ports continues to increase because of differentiating factors such as services, location and performance. These factors make up some of the major key selection criterias international shipping companies consider when selecting a transshipment port. With that in mind we the owners and managers at ARJ Container Terminal will be trying to attract carriers with our automating handling equipment, the speeding up various services, and providing the most current information on the flow of containers. At the same time, however, we will reduce costs by utilizing our resources efficiently, including human resources,...
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