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Revoking a commercial release

How can I revoke the nomination for a container?

The party that made the nomination can also revoke the nomination. They can do so for one or more containers. To do this, click on the selection box(es) for the appropriate container(s) and click the Cancel shipment button. The nomination has now been revoked for the selected container(s) and there is no longer an active haulier. You can now nominate another haulier.

Important! If you revoke the nomination of a subcontractor, it is important to revoke the transport order first to avoid unnecessary charges.

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I see that I am no longer the nominated haulier for a container; how is this possible?

Your customer has revoked your nomination and chosen another haulier for the container(s). You can tell that this is the case because the container is visible in the Handlings dashboard but is no longer visible in Shipments.

If a transport order exists in your own TMS but there is no registration in the PCS, it is no longer valid.

The customer should always inform the haulier of the cancellation or removal of a container in order to avoid a cargo mismatch, because the haulier may have already initiated transport to collect the container.

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I see that the validity of the commercial release has expired, now what?

Contact the carrier, or your client, for a new commercial release or renewal. The client can also see in his own overview that the commercial release is no longer active or has been given a red status.

Your chain may have already been fully prepared, and this chain is still active at this point. Only without the commercial release your inland operator cannot remove the container. If the carrier resend the commercial exemption, this automatically restores your already prepared chain and your inland operator can submit the pre-notification.

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How can I revoke the authorization?

Any party within the chain can revoke the authorization of the following party.

NB! The rest of the chain then becomes superfluous because you have broken off the chain, you are then the only party within the chain who can reactivate the chain.

Go to the -button on the container for which you want to revoke the authorization and click on 'Transfer cargo director' or 'Transfer transport director', depending on the type of authorization you are going to revoke.

In an active chain where other parties are already authorized or nominated, you will be warned about the action you are about to perform.

Select either your other logistics partner or your own organization if you want to de authorize the current logistics partner. Click Transfer and the permission is changed.

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How can I revoke an nomination?

Any party within the chain can revoke the role of the next party within the chain.

NB! The rest of the chain then becomes superfluous because you have broken off the chain, you are then the only party within the chain who can reactivate the chain.

Go to the -button on the container for which you want to revoke the nomination and click on 'Nominate inland operator'.

You can then click on the 'Withdraw carrier' button at the top right.

The chain has been broken and the nomination has been withdrawn. You can now freely nominate another carrier.

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I see that I am no longer assigned for my B/L; how is this possible?

Revoked release

Just as you can revoke the rights of the next party in the chain, your principal in the chain can also revoke this for you as a release-to-party, director or inland operator.

For example, a carrier can withdraw the entire commercial release for the full chain. At that point, the container will no longer be available for collection until the commercial release has been re-issued again.

Your chain may have already been fully prepared, and this chain is still active at this point. Only without the commercial release your inland operator cannot remove the container. If the carrier re-issues the commercial release, this automatically restores your prepared chain and your inland operator can submit the pre-notification.

The same effect can also arise if the validity of your commercial release has expired. Although this is not yet the case at this stage of the Secure Chain, this may change in the future.

Contact your carrier for a new commercial exemption.

Revoked authorization or nomination

Please contact your client if you are no longer authorized or nominated for this cargo.

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I see that the validity of the commercial release has expired, now what?

Contact your shipping company for a new commercial release or to renew the commercial release.

If your chain was already fully prepared, it will still be active. But without the commercial release, your haulier cannot unload the container. If the shipping company resends the commercial release, this automatically restores the chain you have prepared and your haulier can submit the prenotification.

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