The open positions board gives an overview of the allocation of voyages that need to be scheduled. It shows commitments in the leftmost column and all allocated voyages in the other columns. There are several settings to refine the view located in the top right.
Vertical grouping options: None, Week, Month
Column grouping of allocated voyages: Vessels, Areas
Show one column further to the left or right
Switch to Gantt Board (Schedule view)
On the voyage card a lot of information is shown. The lefthand side of the graphic depicts the open position, the end of the previous voyage. The righthand side of the graphic depicts information on the voyage itself.
Last port on previous voyage
Departure date from last discharge port on previous voyage
Blue: Arrival in first load port is before (target) lay date
Black: Arrival in first load port is within (target) laycan window
Red: Arrival in first load port is after (target) can date
Grey: No laycan or target laycan is given
Laycan Deviation of performance cargo in first load port:
If early: - # days between (target) lay date and arrival date in first load port
If on time: OK
If late: + # days between (target) can date and arrival date in first load port
(Target) lay and can date of the performance cargo
Voyage Type: It can be SPOT, COA, TC, or BALLAST.
First load port on the voyage
Arrival and departure date in the first load port
Commodity of the performance cargo
Voyage status: Can be estimate, scheduled, nominated, operational, operationally closed, invoiced, closed.
Last discharge port on the voyage
Arrival and departure date in the last discharge port
Quantity of the performance cargo
Voyages and open positions that are ballast and thus don't have an associated cargo are displayed in blue.
Additional information on the voyage and its cargos is displayed in the voyage drawer. This can accessed by clicking on the voyage card.
You can filter which voyages you would like to see by using the button in the top right corner
You can separately filter commitments and allocated voyages (open positions) by many different criteria. If you select several options in one criterion, an OR filter is applied. If you filter by different categories at the same time, these are combined using the operator AND.