Using The Yard At Its Optimum Capacity

The container yard is one of the most important parts of a port, especially in the export and import container service. Without great yard management solutions the process will be delayed and that means unnecessary extra cost. It was necessary to remember that the yard occupancy ratio (YOR) at the port so there was still room for import or export goods owners to fill it case management solutions. Goods in containers can be removed from the yard when the stacking field capacity is full or reaches 70%. When the yard has not been maximized then the target dwelling time could last for more than 2-3 days, where goods that have been dropped from the ship to stop at yard should only be 2-3 days, after that they must leave the yard or be moved to temporary storage.

As a result, the cost of these importers will swell, because after leaving the container yard, they have to pay lift on, tracking, lift-off costs, then pay the warehouse rent and then lift on again. There is no need to think about the name dwelling time because it will add to the burden of the cost of the owner of the goods. Besides, if the use of the container yard is on the maximum capacity this will benefit the country. A good and properly managed yard could increase the speed of service when the ship will dock until the container stops at the stacking field. Even if there is a problem in the buildup field, it could be due to the completeness of the documents.

The depreciation of depo rental costs had been experienced a long time ago. As a result, manufacturers of plastic goods often raise selling prices in the market to cover the usual high logistics. Usually, the goods arrive first and while waiting for the documents to be finished, but within 2 days the container has been moved to temporary custody without the knowledge, finally we have to pay the costs earlier. That is why a good management system is needed to avoid this kind of problem.

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