Cargo Management Board
The Cargo Management Board displays all allocated voyages and the cargos allocated to them. It also shows the unallocated cargos in Commitments column. For details on the vessel open positions, voyage cards and board settings see Open Positions Board.

Board structure‌

The Cargo Management Board displays all cargos belonging to the selected scenario. In the left-most column, we display the unallocated cargos, that is all cargoes that have not been allocated to a voyage. The other columns display voyage cards with the cargoes allocated to them.‌

Unallocated Cargos‌

Unallocated Cargos in Commitments
The leftmost column, Commitments, contains all the unallocated cargos. This column displays all cargos with status "Unallocated" that belong to the currently selected scenario. Each card contains the following information: charterer, cargo booking status, trade, first load and last discharge port, as well as the laycan- and arrival window dates. The unallocated cargos can be filtered by charterer, commodity, trade, load area and discharge area (see Filters of Open Position Board for comparison).

Cargoes on the Voyage Card‌

On the right side of a voyage card, the cargo cards allocated to the voyage are showing. Each cargo has the load port, discharge port, charterer, gross weight and status displayed. These cargos can be moved by dragging and dropping between the voyages of the same trade.
Cargo Management Card
With the newest design of the cargos on the voyage card, you will be able to graphically see at which ports a cargo has its load- and discharge ports. You can easily track all the port call rows of the cargo by looking at the vertical span of the specific cargo card (the blue area). It is also possible to scroll to the right to see all the cargoes allocated on the same port calls.

Laytime and Arrival Window Indicators

Indicator Lines
The cargo cards also has indication lines to help you interpret the lay days and arrival windows for each cargo graphically.‌
Lay days: indication line at the top of the cargo. Arrival window: indication line at the bottom of the cargo.‌
Color indicator:
  • if early: blue
  • if late: red
  • if on time: normal / no colour


By hovering over a cargo card or on a port call row, a tooltip can be viewed. Fields in the tooltip that contain no data are hidden. The following fields are available within the cargo card and port call tooltip:
Cargo Card Tooltip Fields
Port Call Row Tooltip Fields
Quantity Loaded
Load and Discharge Ports
Quantity in Transit
Laycan From and To + Missed By
Quantity Discharged
Arrival Window From and To + Missed By
Quantity Option Terms
Quantity Option
Comment (Field Comment in the Cargo Drawer)
Tooltip for a Cargo Card
Tooltip for a Port Call Row


In the Cargo Management Board, you can drag and drop cargos between voyages. When moving a cargo, you can either move it 100% or split it and just move a part of it. It also possible to drag and drop cargos to and from the Commitments column in order to unallocate/allocate it.
By clicking at the Create
in the top right corner, you will be able to create a cargo, or create a cargo from a budget or CoA template (see Create Cargos for more information). The modals require fields such as Load port, Discharge port, Charterer and Commodity.
Clicking on a cargo opens the cargo drawer and gives access to additional information and actions.
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