Port of Koper

The software package includes modules to be used in the area of the Port of Koper (vessel traffic):

  • harbour operations

  • arrival ship's manifests and cargo manifests

All modules are supported by electronic data interchange - harbour operations with the information system of the Port of Koper, and incoming manifests with the Customs Information System.

Port of Koper

Harbour operations

The Port module is intended to support operations in the Port of Koper. All operating segments are supported, which means that the module can be used by freight forwarders dealing with goods, or by agents who are responsible for ships, or by carriers ordering wagons or containers for rail transportation. The module can quickly process vast quantities of data (e.g. when a ship arrives), clearly distribute the freight among forwarders, and easily create a chain of dispositions. For example, from a received allocation of cargo, it creates a disposition for additional operations, from this one an exit disposition is created, and from the exit disposition for a full container it creates an entry disposition for an empty container.

The software module contains these two segments:

  • SDIS - manipulation of goods:

    • dispositions

    • warehouse documents

    • warehouse receipts

    • records

  • NPID - operations related to means of transportation:

    • ships

    • containers

    • wagons

    • work orders

    • berth plan

    • operational plan

Port of Koper

Arrival ship's manifests and cargo manifests

Arrival manifests are designed to electronically announce the arrival of ships and goods they are carrying. Goods entering the free zone of the Port of Koper have to be presented to a customs authority in accordance with the Customs Code (the presentation of goods means that the customs authorities are notified that the goods have arrived at the customs office and that they are ready and available for customs inspection). Goods arrived by ship, which are to be unloaded in the free zone, have to be presented by filing in an electronic ship's manifests.

The presentation of goods takes place in two steps:

  • notification of the ship's arrival - presentation of the ship's manifest

  • announcement of the cargo - the presentation of the cargo manifest