What is Evyapport's UN Location code?

Evyapport's UN Location code is TR EYP.

What is Evyapport's customs area code?

The customs area code is G 0171

What is storage cost?

Cost of storage and protection of the containers on sites under supervision of the port management.

How to calculate the beginning and ending dates of storage?

Storage service starts by the day in which full and empty containers are discharged from the vessel to the terminal or off-dock terminal, and/or by the day in which full and empty containers are transferred from vehicle to terminal, and ends by the day in which full and empty containers are taken from the off-dock terminals and/or loaded to vessel. Invoices include the beginning and ending dates of storage.

What is THC (Terminal Handling Charge)?

Terminal Handling Charge is the general expression of the cost for all kind of services such as transferring, carrying, loading/unloading, laying, stacking/shifting etc. in the port area or off-dock terminal.

What is the CFS (Container Freight Station)?

CFS is specific area in port for loading and discharging cargoes in containers.

What is TEU? (Twenty Foot Equivalent Unit)

TEU is the size of a 20-foot container that generally used for indicating the container terminal capacity and container vessel capacity. 40-foot container is calculated as 2TEU.

What is the hazardous cargo (IMDG)?

The term of hazardous cargo is used for classification of goods as below classes by International Maritime Organization in International Maritime Dangerous Goods code.
Class 1: Explosives
Class 2: Gases
Class 3: Flammable liquids
Class 4: Flammable solids
Class 5: Oxidizing substances and organic peroxides
Class 6: Toxic and infectious substances
Class 7: Radioactive material
Class 8: Corrosive substances

What is sheltered warehouse?

Sheltered warehouse is a storage area that sheltered by top and sides for the purpose of protecting goods from bad weather and environmental condition

What are the necessary documents and procedures for container inspection, full inspection and sampling?

1.Customs broker or company representative applies to the related customs office for completing procedure of cargo manifest or cargo declaration.
2.After the determination of type of process (full inspection, inspection or sampling) and the containers that will be processed, customs broker or company representative submits by the necessary documents and obtains a job order from customer service officer.
3. Job order is sent to operation department and customer service department via the online system. Customer Service Department collects the expenditures for related service and confirms job order. The service is also confirmed by operation department.
4. Requested service is carried out by terminal tallymen upon receiving the confirmations via hand terminals from both departments.

What is the process of unstuffing a container in port area?

1.Customs broker or company representative completes the procedures for customs clearance.
2.He/she applies to customer service department by submitting necessary documents that specifies the container or containers which will be unstuffed.
3.Following the collection of the costs for related service, customer service department confirms the service. Upon the second confirmation from operation department, tallymen on the CFS area carry out the service by receiving both confirmation via hand terminal.
4.In Gate Out process related cargo documents are given to customs department and a copy of bill of lading is delivered to customer service department.

What is the process for gate-out of full container?

1.Customs broker or company representative completes the procedures for customs clearance.
2. He/she applies to customer service department by submitting necessary documents that specifies which container or containers are gated-out full.
3. Following the collection of the costs for related service, customer service department confirms the service. Upon the second confirmation from operation department, tallymen on the area carry out the service by receiving both confirmation via hand terminal.
4.In Gate Out process related cargo documents are given to customs department and a copy of bill of lading is delivered to customer service department.

Unstuffing a Container in Port Area

The service consist of taking the container from stacking area to CFS area, discharging cargo from container and load it to truck or railway wagon by a worker or forklift.

Stuffing a Container in Port Area

The service consist of taking the empty or partially stuffed containers from the stacking area to CFS area and stuffing the goods taken from the truck or railway wagon to the container by a worker or forklift.

Full inspection

This service proceeds as taking the container to CFS area and unstuffing its content to be seen or quantified by customs officer upon the request of customs administration. After the inspection the goods are stuffed back again.

Container inspection – Sampling

This service proceeds as opening the container for visually inspect its content or taking a sample from its front side as per customs department's request.

Weighing the containers

This service includes taking a container from the stacking area by a transfer vehicle for scaling its weight (transfer service excluded) or weighing it on the vehicle.

Transshipment in port

This service is consist of transferring the container that taken to CFS area for unstuffing or full inspection procedures to the stacking area in case of cancellation of operation, or transporting the container for scaling its weight and taking it back to the stacking area by a transfer vehicle.

Transshipment in port (to the warehouse door)

This is the service of transporting the containers to the warehouse door for partial or full inspection or unloading of partial cargoes.

Sweeping inside of containers

This is the service of sweeping the dust remained inside the unstuffed container. This service is provided for the empty container after the unstuffing operation or before carrying out the stuffing operation.

Shifting

This is the service of relocation of containers on the ship or taking containers to quay and reloading them back to ship.

Lashing/Unlashing

This service comprising of assemble or disassemble the containers on the ship to each other by mounting and demounting of stacking cones,twist locks or bars.

Opening and closing of the hatch covers

Moving the hatch covers from the vessel to the quay and vice versa or within the vessel in case a container vessel doesn't have an automatic opening and closing system for the hatch covers.

Terminal service – for OOG Flat containers (without using sling)

The service includes loading the OOG Flat container or the cargo onto a vehicle by means of a stacker.

Terminal service – for OOG Flat containers (by using sling)

This service includes loading the OOG Flat container or cargo onto a vehicle by means of sling.

Terminal service – for Boat and Craft Cargoes

This service includes launching the boat or craft to the sea or loading it onto the vehicle.

Covering inside of the container by kraft paper

This is the service of covering inside of the container that to be stuffed for export by kraft paper in CFS area.

Washing inside of the container

This service includes taking the container to washing station for to be washed and dried.

Lashing / Unlashing the cargo

That is the process of fixing or unfixing the cargo in the container to consolidate it.

Ex Works (EXW)

In an EX-Works transaction, goods are basically made available for pickup at the shipper/seller's factory or warehouse and "delivery" is accomplished when the merchandise is released to the consignee. The buyer is responsible for making insurance, export clearance and handling all other paperwork. This rule places minimum responsibility on the seller, who merely has to make the goods available, suitably packaged, at the specified place, usually the seller's factory or depot.

Free Carrier (FCA)

In an FCA transaction the seller delivers the goods, cleared for export, to the carrier selected by the buyer. The seller loads the goods if the carrier pickup is at the seller's depot. From that point, the Buyer bears the costs and risks of moving the goods to destination. If the buyer has not specified any exact point for delivery of the goods, the seller can designate a delivery place in the vicinity of the place where the carrier will receive the goods. If the commercial practices require the seller's assistance to enter an agreement with the carrier (for example in railway and air transportation), the seller can act in such a way that all risks and costs will be at the buyer's expense.

Free Alongside Ship (FAS)

Free Alongside Ship means that the seller delivers when the goods are placed alongside the vessel (e.g., on a quay or a barge) nominated by the buyer at the named port of shipment. The risk of loss of or damage to the goods passes when the goods are alongside the ship, and the buyer bears all costs from that moment onwards. In FAS, the contractual sale value includes both the value of the good and cost for transportation to the named port of shipment.This term is used only for marine and inland water transports.

Free On Board (FOB)

Free on Board means that the seller delivers when the goods pass the ship's rail at the named port of shipment. This means that the buyer has to bear all costs and risks of loss of or damage to the goods from that point. The FOB term requires the seller to clear the goods for export. This term can be used only for sea or inland waterway transport. If the parties do not intend to deliver the goods across the ship's rail, the FCA term should be used.

CONTAINER TYPES & DIMENSIONS

STANDART BOX Door Opening (mm) Inside Dimensions (mm) Weight(kg) Cubic
Capacity
(m3)
Width Height Length Width Height MaxGross Tare Max Payload
20"DC 2339 2274 5896 2350 2393 30480 2280 28200 33
40"DC 2340 2274 12032 2350 2393 32500 3700 28800 67
40"HC 2340 2577 12032 2350 2697 32500 3880 28620 76
45"HC 2340 2585 13556 2350 2698 32500 4900 27600 85
REEFER Door Opening (mm) Inside Dimensions (mm) Weight(kg) Cubic
Capacity
(m3)
Width Height Length Width Height MaxGross Tare Max Payload
20"DC REEFER 2290 2212 5451 22290 2167 30480 2990 27490 27
40"HC REEFER 2276 2471 11580 2275 2415 34000 4520 29480 67,5
FLAT RACK Door Opening (mm) Inside Dimensions (mm) Weight(kg) Cubic
Capacity
(m3)
Width Height Length Width Height MaxGross Tare Max Payload
20"FR - - 5700 2335 2250 24000 2720 21280 -
40"FR - - 11700 2378 1960 40000 5500 34500 -
OPEN TOP Door Opening (mm) Inside Dimensions (mm) Weight(kg) Cubic
Capacity
(m3)
Width Height Length Width Height MaxGross Tare Max Payload
20"OT 2286 2253 5919 2346 2286 30480 2280 28000 -
40"OT 2289 2253 12192 2338 2289 32700 4000 28700 -