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Vessels and Containers Tab
The Vessels and Containers window consists of the Vessels panel and the Containers panel.

Route, References and Containers Task: Vessels and Containers
The Vessels panel enables you to add vessel information to the shipment. It consists of a Vessels table, with a row for each vessel that relates to the shipment. You can create multiple rows to describe multiple legs of a journey.
If the items in the shipment are packed in a container or containers, select the Shipped in Containers field. This information is used to fill in the T5 transition document and the Single Administrative Document (SAD), both of which are customs documents used in the EU and some neighboring countries.
There are a number of columns at the top of the table. You can resize the width of a column. You can also move columns into different positions on the Vessels panel by clicking and dragging the column header to your preferred location. Each column on the Vessels panel features a drop-down menu of column options. To access the column menu, click the arrow that appears when you roll over any column header in the Vessels table.

Column Options for Vessels Panel
The Columns option allows you to select the columns to be included in the display. Vessels Panel Columns lists the columns available.
Default Layout displays the default columns in their default position, hiding all optional columns.

Vessels Panel Columns
 
Column
Description
Line
A unique number identifying this row in the Vessels table. The PRECISION application automatically assigns this value.
Vessel
The type of vessel.
Depart
The place that the vessel departs from.
Depart Date
The date on which the vessel departs.
Arrive
Destination of the vessel. To view a list of available locations, click the lookup icon to the right of the field.
Arr. Date
Arrival date of the vessel.
To add or remove content from the Vessels table, use the Add Vessel, Update Vessel, and Delete Vessel icons below the table.

Vessels Window
The Vessels window contains the following fields:
Vessel
To view a list of available vessel names, click the lookup icon to the right of the field.
Depart
To view a list of departure locations, click the lookup icon to the right of the field. When you specify a particular port, a code number representing that port appears in the Depart column of the corresponding row in the Vessels table.
Depart Date
To select a particular date, click the calendar icon to the right of the field.
Arrive
To view a list of available arrival locations, click the lookup icon to the right of the field. When you specify a particular port, a code number representing that port appears in the Arrive column of the corresponding row in the Vessels table.
Arrival Date
To select an arrival date, click the calendar icon to the right of the field.
The Containers panel enables you to add container information to the shipment. It consists of a Containers table, with a row for each container that relates to the shipment.
There are a number of columns at the top of the table. You can resize the width of a column. You can also move columns into different positions on the Containers panel by clicking and dragging the column header to your preferred location. Each column on the Containers panel features a drop-down menu of column options. To access the column menu, click the arrow that appears when you roll over any column header on the Containers panel.

Column Options for Containers Panel
The Columns option allows you to select the columns to be included in the display. Containers Panel Columns lists the columns available.
Default Layout displays the default columns in their default position, hiding all optional columns.
To add or remove content from the Containers table, use the Add Container, Update Container, and Delete Container icons below the table.

Containers Panel Columns
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Column
Description
Sequence
A unique number identifying this row in the Containers table. The PRECISION application automatically assigns this value.
Reg. Num
The registration number of the container.
Type
The container type; for example, an open twenty-foot container or a refrigerated forty-foot container.
Seal
The container seal number.
Asset
The asset transporting the container; for example, a truck or a ship.
Nationality
The country of origin of the container.

Containers Window
The Containers window contains the following fields:
Reg. Num
The registration number of the container.
Type
To view a list of available container types, click the lookup icon to the right of the field. The container type details the packing attributes of the container.
Seal
The container seal number.
Asset
The asset transporting the container.
Nationality
The country in which the ship is registered, if applicable.