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freight orders for pick up

Hi,

While creating LCL scenario I have observed in config guide that though for pick up process, a freight ordder has been created, but still when we go to booking order, under cargo tan we have provison for creating pick up freight order/drayage orders.I would like to know the functionality of this freight order.

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    Posted on Dec 31, 2012 at 02:40 AM

    Hi

    As I know, for LCL export process, a freight order can be created from:

    • pick-up stage(from shipper to CFS/Gateway) of a forwarding order, which we call pick-up FRO,

    this is very simple;

    • drayage stage(CFS/Gateway to port/airport) of a freight booking, this explains the scenario that cargo needs to be shipped from CFS to port, the distence can be long or short and usually by truck.

    Notice that this drayage stage is not displayed in FWO(not in charge of its sales org.), thus must be created from FRB. This is called drayage FRO.

    For import scenario vise versa.

    Hope it helps.

    Sensen

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2013 at 02:11 AM

    Hi

    Yes I think it is needed to create separate document type for drayage.

    Best regards

    Sensen

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