Notification Export Documentation

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Easily pre-notify all customs documents for export at deepsea, shortsea and ferry terminals. You have one access point for all your pre-notifications.

Frequently Asked Questions

Functionalities

How can I change/delete my Customs document number?

Situation 1: If the shipment has not arrived at the terminal, the person who submitted the prenotification can delete it in Notification Export Documentation. A new prenotification must then be made.

Situation 2: If the shipment has arrived at the terminal and an arrival notification has been sent followed by a rejection by Customs, the submitter must delete the prenotification in Notification Export Documentation. A new prenotification must then be made. Portbase will automatically send Customs a new arrival notification.

Please note: this process only works if the old prenotification is removed from the system first and the new prenotification is then submitted.

Situation 3: If the shipment has successfully arrived and has been processed at the terminal, it is best to contact the terminal – they can tell you what the options are.

How do I delete the prenotification?
In the search filter, enter the document number and adjust the date range to the day the notification was made. Then select the 'Document number' (not 'Transport equipment ID(s)') in the line that is displayed:

The notification will open in a new screen where you can make the changes. At the bottom left of the screen you can delete the entire notification by selecting 'Delete shipment':

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What do the status messages in Notification Export Documentation mean?

In the main screen of Notification Export Documentation, you can track various status notifications.

Three status messages on the left-hand side:  

  • The dots show the status from arrival at the terminal to the departure of the vessel. The dots eventually all turn green (in order from left to right) as the shipment moves through the terminal process.
  • Arrival status: Status of arrival at the terminal and for certain documents also the customs status on arrival (export and transit documents).
  • You can view the details of this status by clicking on the triangle at the end of the line. This takes you to the more extensive 'track and trace' section.
  • Loadconf. (loading confirmation):
  • Grey: The equipments belonging to the shipment have not (all) been loaded onto the vessel yet.
  • Green: All equipments belonging to the shipment have been loaded onto the vessel.
  • Manifest:
  • Grey: Export shipment not yet reported to customs on a manifest.
  • Orange: Export shipment partially reported to customs on a manifest.
  • Red: Manifest rejected by customs. Export shipment not yet reported on a manifest.
  • Green: Export shipment reported to customs on a manifest.

If the status is grey, this has not yet taken place. If you believe this status should be green, please contact the shipping company or ferry operator.

Status beside the booking number: 

  • This status indicates whether the booking number matches the number that the terminal has forwarded to us.
  • Green: The booking number is known at the terminal. Your document prenotification has been received by the terminal. You can drive to the terminal.
    Orange: Do not drive to the terminal. This booking number is not (yet) known at the terminal and this may prevent access to the terminal. Only drive to the terminal if a green check mark is shown here. Please contact the shipping company or ferry operator if you have any questions about the status or correctness of this booking number. For ferry operators, the booking number always begins with 4 letters. You can view an explanation here.

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How can I prenotify multiple documents at the same time?

If you want to prenotify many documents at the same time, you can use the upload function. You can upload an Excel file to submit multiple prenotifications simultaneously. The upload function only works if you use our Excel template. Download the file ‘Entry of export documents’ under ‘My downloads’ on the PCS start screen.

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Which document type do I need to use for my export documentation?

A practical manual is available for the use of the correct document types in Notification Export Documentation. This features all you need to know about the pre-notification of export documents, ATA carnets and TIR carnets.

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Terminal: can I also notify the arrival of a transport equipment manually?

Yes, you can:

Search for the transport equipment’s export shipment via the 'All export shipments' option in the 'Export shipment overview’ screen. For this you will need the transport equipment number + booking number or the document number.

Open the relevant export shipment and click 'Register arrival of transport equipment(s)'.
The Arrival at Exit notification will then automatically be sent to Customs.

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Document type: what is the difference between RT1/TT1 and RT2/TT2?

The service Notification Export Documentation also allows you to pre-notify T1 and T2 documents. For both documents, a distinction is made between customs transits that terminate in the Netherlands and customs transits that travel on elsewhere. When pre-notifying your export shipment, make sure you use the correct document code. This way, you can rest assured that your T-document is deregistered at the correct customs office. If you use the wrong document code, you run the risk that Customs will deregister your T-document too early, meaning you will need to prepare a new document. Or conversely: that your T-document is not deregistered by Customs, so that your document is not cleared.

T1 and T2 terminating at a terminal in the Netherlands
For T documents for which the office of destination is Rotterdam (box 53), the codes RT1 and RT2 are used. These documents are deregistered with Customs upon arrival at the terminal in the Netherlands.

T1 and T2 onward transit transport EU
Cargo can also be transported onward to another EU country. This requires onward T documents for which codes TT1 and TT2 are used. For these documents, the customs office of destination is an office in another EU country, in an EFTA country or in the United Kingdom (box 53). Transit T documents are consequently not deregistered by Customs upon arrival at the terminal in Rotterdam. This does not take place until the country of destination.

Combined cargo T1 and T2
Are you transporting cargo that resides under both T1 and T2 within one shipment? Then these must be registered as T1 goods (code RT1 or TT1).

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How do I set up email notifications?

Email notifications allow you to stay up-to-date on your shipments without the need to be logged in.

The option to receive email notifications is not enabled by default. You can choose which notifications you want to receive. In the main screen of the PCS, select ‘notification settings’ under ‘my profile’.

Here, you will find all available notifications. In the section ‘Export shipment notifications’, you will find the following notifications for export shipments:

  • Export shipment state message
  • Export shipment error message received from Customs
  • Inspection notification export shipment received
  • Release notification export shipment received
  • Diversion reject notification received from Customs

If you do not know which notifications are relevant to you, please tick all the notifications for the time being. You can always adjust this later.

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In which situations can I specify another type of transport equipment than a container?

You can pre-notify various types of equipment at ferry operators and at some terminals for breakbulk cargo.

Based on the booking number you provide, our system recognises whether you are able to specify other types of equipment than containers.

A booking number of a ferry operator can be recognised by the first 4 positions of the booking number:

  • For CLdN, this is ‘CLVW’
  • For DFDS, this is ‘DFDS’
  • For Stena Line, this is ‘STNL’
  • For P&O Ferries, this is ‘PONF’

PLEASE NOTE: You may have received a booking number from P&O Ferries that starts with EU, such as EU12345678 (example). If that is the case, you must place the letters PONF before the booking number when entering the booking number, so PONFEU12345678 (example).

After entering a booking number with one of these ferry operators, you are able to specify equipment numbers other than a container number.

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How do I input other transport equipment than a container?

In this respect, Portbase adheres to the rules as they are already being applied by the ferry operators:

  • In the case of accompanied transport: the registration number of the towing unit (without hyphens, enter NL-AB-99 as NLAB99).
  • For trailers (unaccompanied): the trailer number as specified on the trailer.
  • For other vehicles: the chassis number (VIN number).

If you are uncertain as to how you should enter the equipment number in a specific case, please contact the ferry operator.

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Error messages

What does error code 92 mean?

Your export document notification has been rejected by customs with error code 92. This stands for: ‘MRN incorrect status at customs before arrival at terminal'. The customs system sends this error message if an arrival has previously been notified for this document number.

In this case it is best to contact customs. You can reach customs by phone on +31(0)88-1566655 or nhd.apeldoorn@belastingdienst.nl.

Deleting export document notification
Customs may indicate that a new document must be created or that you may use the emergency procedure. If a new document needs to be submitted , you must first delete the rejected document notification in Notification Export Documentation. The rejected export document notification can, if necessary, be deleted from Portbase by the company which registered the notification.

In the service Notification Export Documentation, the document number must be entered in the search filter. Please make sure the ‘from’ date is also changed to the date that the document was registered. You can then click on the underlined document number in the record that comes up. The notification will then open and you can choose ‘delete shipment' at the bottom left.

We do recommend that you also contact the terminal in question to inform them that the rejected document has been deleted from Portbase and that a new document has been or will be registered.

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Error message when entering, ‘The export shipment for document … has already been registered by the terminal’

In some (urgent) cases, a terminal can pre-notify the document number on your behalf. If you then try to pre-notify the same document, you will receive this error message:

‘The export shipment for document … has already been registered by the terminal.’

You are unable to find the document in Track & Trace. If necessary, contact the terminal to check whether the correct data has been pre-notified.

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Error message when entering, ‘Document … already exists’

If you receive the error message below, this means that the document number in question has already been entered in our system. This may have been done by your own company or by another party, such as the carrier, customs agent or terminal.

‘The export shipment for document... already exists.’

Check in Track & Trace whether the correct information has been pre-notified. Is the data incorrect? Read here how you can adjust the pre-notification.

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What does error code 6233 entail?

Your export document notification has been rejected by Customs with error code 6233. This means that: ‘registration of the arrival notification is impossible in view of the current status MRN’.

In this situation, your best option is to contact Customs to find out the exact reason why the notification was rejected. You can reach Customs by phone at +31 (0)88-1566655.

Deleting export document notifications
If desired, the rejected export document notification can be deleted from Portbase by the company that has registered said notification. In the service Notification Export Documentation, the document number must be entered in the search filter. Please note that the ‘from date’ also needs to be adjusted to the date on which the document was registered. Next, you can click on the underlined document number in the registration that has appeared. The notification will then open and you can select ‘delete shipment’ at the bottom left.

We recommend that you still contact the relevant shipping line to inform them that the rejected document has been removed from Portbase and that a new document has been or will be registered.

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What should I do if the Arrival at Exit is rejected with error code 6229?

Error code 6229 means 'Arrival date may not be more than 7 days in the past'. In this case, the transport equipment arrived at the terminal on date x. However, the Arrival at Exit was sent to customs more than 7 days later. This is not permitted. You can ask the terminal to send you a new arrival notification, via the shipping company or ferry operator.

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What does the following error message mean: ‘Transport equipment ‘x’ contains export shipments from another forwarder. Are you sure that you have…’?

This is a warning if:

  1. the combination of transport equipment and booking number has previously been submitted in the Port Community System;
  2. the document number has already been entered by another party;
  3. the transport equipment contains multiple documents.

If the transport equipment does indeed contain multiple documents, you can click on OK and the prenotification will be saved.

In the case of 1 or 3, this will be followed by the error message: 'The export shipment for document 'x' already exists'. This means that the combination of document number and transport equipment number already exists in the PCS. This may have been done by you or by another party in the chain. If the prenotification was sent by a forwarder or haulier, you can see this in Track & Trace Export. If the document was prenotified by a terminal, you can contact the Service Desk.

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What does error code 92 mean?

Your export document notification has been rejected by customs with error code 92. This stands for: ‘MRN incorrect status at customs before arrival at terminal'. The customs system sends this error message if an arrival has previously been notified for this document number.

In this case it is best to contact customs. You can reach customs by phone on +31(0)88-1566655 or nhd.apeldoorn@belastingdienst.nl.

Deleting export document notification
Customs may indicate that a new document must be created or that you may use the emergency procedure. If a new document needs to be submitted , you must first delete the rejected document notification in Notification Export Documentation. The rejected export document notification can, if necessary, be deleted from Portbase by the company which registered the notification.

In the service Notification Export Documentation, the document number must be entered in the search filter. Please make sure the ‘from’ date is also changed to the date that the document was registered. You can then click on the underlined document number in the record that comes up. The notification will then open and you can choose ‘delete shipment' at the bottom left.

We do recommend that you also contact the terminal in question to inform them that the rejected document has been deleted from Portbase and that a new document has been or will be registered.

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Have the documents of my export shipment been properly pre-notified to the terminal?

From the main screen, go to the 'Notification Export Documentation' service.
If your pre-notification is successful, the dot next to the 'booking number' will turn green. You are then ready to bring your shipment to the terminal.
Should you not be admitted, despite a green dot, please contact the ferry operator or terminal.

Always check that you enter the Customs document number correctly. This number will be verified with Customs upon arrival at the terminal.

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Should I pre-notify documents for empty containers and empty trailers?

No. Empty containers and trailers don't require a document pre-notification. Make sure you indicate in the booking with your carrier / ferry-operator that you want to pick up empty equipment.

The carrier or ferry-operator informs the terminal and customs when equipments are empty and may be shipped without document pre-notification.

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What do the status messages in Notification Export Documentation mean?

In the main screen of Notification Export Documentation, you can track various status notifications.

Three status messages on the left-hand side:  

  • The dots show the status from arrival at the terminal to the departure of the vessel. The dots eventually all turn green (in order from left to right) as the shipment moves through the terminal process.
  • Arrival status: Status of arrival at the terminal and for certain documents also the customs status on arrival (export and transit documents).
  • You can view the details of this status by clicking on the triangle at the end of the line. This takes you to the more extensive 'track and trace' section.
  • Loadconf. (loading confirmation):
  • Grey: The equipments belonging to the shipment have not (all) been loaded onto the vessel yet.
  • Green: All equipments belonging to the shipment have been loaded onto the vessel.
  • Manifest:
  • Grey: Export shipment not yet reported to customs on a manifest.
  • Orange: Export shipment partially reported to customs on a manifest.
  • Red: Manifest rejected by customs. Export shipment not yet reported on a manifest.
  • Green: Export shipment reported to customs on a manifest.

If the status is grey, this has not yet taken place. If you believe this status should be green, please contact the shipping company or ferry operator.

Status beside the booking number: 

  • This status indicates whether the booking number matches the number that the terminal has forwarded to us.
  • Green: The booking number is known at the terminal. Your document prenotification has been received by the terminal. You can drive to the terminal.
    Orange: Do not drive to the terminal. This booking number is not (yet) known at the terminal and this may prevent access to the terminal. Only drive to the terminal if a green check mark is shown here. Please contact the shipping company or ferry operator if you have any questions about the status or correctness of this booking number. For ferry operators, the booking number always begins with 4 letters. You can view an explanation here.

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Which document type do I need to use for my export documentation?

A practical manual is available for the use of the correct document types in Notification Export Documentation. This features all you need to know about the pre-notification of export documents, ATA carnets and TIR carnets.

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I am transporting from the Netherlands to Ireland, do I have to pre-notify?

Yes, there must always be a pre-notification.

The document type depends on the route and the customs procedure chosen:

  • Will your goods be shipped directly from the Netherlands to Ireland?
    Then you are transporting Union goods to another Union country. Then use document type ICT (union transaction).
  • Will your goods be unloaded in the UK and then go to Ireland by truck?
    Your goods then go to a non-EU country. Consult with your customs agent about the customs regime under which you will have the goods transported.
    It is customary to have the goods transported under customs transit from the Netherlands to Ireland. In this case you use document type TT1 (Regulation external through Union transit).

For further explanation, please refer to the manual for use of document types for export.

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What is the correct booking number for ferry operators in export shipments?

If you prenotify the ferry operator in Notification Export Documentation, the first 4 positions (SCAC code) of the booking number make sure that the notification is sent to the correct ferry operator. If the first 4 positions are not entered correctly, you have not made a successful prenotification. In that case, an orange dot appears behind the booking number along with the text "Booking number not (yet) known at terminal". This means you will not be admitted to the ferry operator's premises.

For the booking numbers of the ferry operators, the first 4 positions are as follows:

Company SCAC Example Additional Explanation
CLdN CLVW CLVW0012345678 “CLVW” & “00” & booking number (8 positions)
DFDS DFDS DFDS12345678 “DFDS” & booking number (8 positions)
P&O Ferries PONF PONFEU12345678 “PONF” & “EU” & booking number (8 positions)
Stena Line STNL STNL0012345678 “STNL” & “00” & booking number (8 positions)

If your prenotification is successful, the dot next to the 'booking number' will turn green. You are ready to present your shipment to the ferry operator. If you are not admitted even though the dot is green, please contact the ferry operator.

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What does error code 6233 entail?

Your export document notification has been rejected by Customs with error code 6233. This means that: ‘registration of the arrival notification is impossible in view of the current status MRN’.

In this situation, your best option is to contact Customs to find out the exact reason why the notification was rejected. You can reach Customs by phone at +31 (0)88-1566655.

Deleting export document notifications
If desired, the rejected export document notification can be deleted from Portbase by the company that has registered said notification. In the service Notification Export Documentation, the document number must be entered in the search filter. Please note that the ‘from date’ also needs to be adjusted to the date on which the document was registered. Next, you can click on the underlined document number in the registration that has appeared. The notification will then open and you can select ‘delete shipment’ at the bottom left.

We recommend that you still contact the relevant shipping line to inform them that the rejected document has been removed from Portbase and that a new document has been or will be registered.

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How can I change, add or delete the equipment (trailer or container number) in Notification Export Documentation?

An equipment can be changed by deleting the incorrect equipment and entering the new one on the document in Notification Export Documentation.  The deleting and entering can only be done by the company that made the notification, provided that the shipment has not been received at the terminal (no ‘Gate-in’).  See the explanation under ‘Change/add/delete’ or ‘System link’ below.

Contact the terminal to add or delete an equipment if the shipment has been received at the terminal and the manifest has not yet been sent.

Why can only the terminal make changes after arrival?

-Only the terminal can make changes after arrival, otherwise the terminal records will not match those of Portbase.

-Customs receives a message when the entire shipment(possibly divided between several equipments) associated with the prenotification in Notification Export Documentation has arrived at the terminal. Subsequently, an inspection may be notified or the container(s) are released. Adding an equipment after arrival cannot be done unilaterally because the inspection has already been carried out by customs.

Change/Add/Delete
To change, add or delete an equipment in the notification, you need to look up the notification in the service Notification Export Documentation. Enter the document number in the search filter and set the date range to the day the notification was made. Then select the 'Document number' (not 'Transport equipment ID(s)') in the line that comes up. The message will open in a new screen where you can make the changes.

  • An equipment can be changed by deleting the line with the incorrect equipment . The new equipment must be registered together with the booking number under 'Add transport equipment'.Note: only select 'Save' after all changes have been made.
  • An equipment can be added by selecting 'Add transport equipment'. The equipment must be registered together with the booking number.
  • An equipment can be deleted by selecting the recycle bin icon next to the line. You can also delete the entire notification at the bottom left by selecting 'Delete shipment'.

 System link
If you use a system link you can send a 'replace' or 'deletion' message. Your software supplier can provide more information about this Not all systems are set up for this, in which case you will have to change or delete the message manually via the Portbase web screens.

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How can I change, add or delete the booking number in Notification Export Documentation?

A booking number can be changed by deleting the incorrect booking number and entering the new one on the document in Notification Export Documentation. The deleting and entering can only be done by the company that made the notification, provided that the shipment has not been received at the terminal (no ‘Gate-in’). See the explanation under ‘Change/add/delete’ or ‘System link’ below.

Contact the terminal to add or delete a booking number if the shipment has been received at the terminal and the manifest has not yet been sent.

Why can only the terminal make changes after arrival?

Only the terminal can make changes after arrival, otherwise the terminal records will not match those of Portbase.

Change/Add/Delete
To change, add or delete a booking number, you need to look up the notification in the service Notification Export Documentation. Enter the document number in the search filter and set the date range to the day the notification was made. Then select the 'Document number' (not 'Transport equipment ID(s)') in the line that comes up. The message will open in a new screen where you can make the changes.

  • A booking number can be changed by deleting the line with the incorrect booking number. The new booking number must be registered together with the equipment under 'Add transport equipment'. Note: only select 'Save' after all changes have been made.
  • A booking number can be added by selecting 'Add transport equipment'. The booking number must be registered together with the equipment.
  • A booking number can be deleted by selecting the recycle bin icon next to the line. You can also delete the entire notification at the bottom left by selecting 'Delete shipment'.

System link
If you use a system link you can send a 'replace' or 'deletion' message. Your software supplier can provide more information about this Not all systems are set up for this, in which case you will have to change or delete the message manually via the Portbase web screens.

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Inspection/release/stop sign – information about the inspection and release process

Shipments for export (Customs regulations for export) are reported to Customs by the terminal upon arrival at the terminal. Based on a risk analysis, Customs may decide to subject a shipment to an inspection.

If a container is subjected to an inspection, a red stop sign will appear in the ‘Inspection/Release Notification’ field. If Customs mandates an inspection, this is usually communicated within 5 minutes after the 'arrival at exit' (in exceptional cases, this can also take place at a later time). During an inspection, the export shipment is blocked at the terminal until Customs has performed the inspection and sends a message of release.

The shipping line is responsible for submitting the shipment to Customs for inspection. They will also be informed by us of the inspection notification.

Once the shipment has been released, a green check mark will appear in the ‘Inspection/Release Notification’ field.

If the inspection has been performed but there is no green tick, you can contact the National Customs helpdesk via telephone number +31 (0)88-1566655. They can look up the status and send a release notification to Portbase.

If a shipment is not subjected to an inspection, the ‘Inspection/Release Notification’ field will always feature a grey dot.

For other documents, no arrival notification will be sent to Customs. Here too, the ‘Inspection/Release Notification’ field will always feature a grey dot.

Tip: you can also receive e-mail notifications if the status of documents you have pre-notified changes. Read the FAQ about e-mail notifications.

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I have not received a Confirmation of Exit (CoE)

The Confirmation of Exit is normally sent by Customs provided that:

  • An arrival notification has been sent for the document and
  • An export manifest from the shipping line has been sent and
  • The vessel's ATD has been sent and accepted.

Should you have not received a Confirmation of Exit for some reason, then you will be notified by Customs after 30 and 125 days respectively that no Confirmation of Exit has yet been generated for the document in question. If you receive such a message, a screen print of our Track & Trace ECS module will suffice to still obtain the Confirmation of Exit from Customs. Mail: Douane.drh.Maasvlakte.Nabewerking@belastingdienst.nl

If you do not respond within 150 days, the document will be deactivated and Customs will assume that the cargo listed in said document has never been exported. As a possible next step, the information may be used by the tax authorities to inquire what happened to the cargo during a VAT inspection. If you cannot provide a satisfactory answer, there is a change that the VAT is still recovered.

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How do I verify whether a document has been pre-notified at the terminal?

Open ‘Track & Trace export’ and locate the shipment through one of these options:

Search based on
• transport equipment + booking number
• document number

Does your search query not yield any results? Then the document has not yet been pre-notified. Pre-notify the document yourself, or make agreements within your chain as to who will perform the pre-notification.

Is your search yielding results? Then make sure to check the booking number.

Is there a green tick next to it? Excellent, this means the pre-notification is also known at the terminal.
Does it have an orange exclamation mark? This booking number is not (yet) known at the terminal and the terminal has not yet received the pre-notification. Read here what you can do.

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Why is the TG1/RT1 stuck on ‘sent’?

You can inquire with Customs whether there is a malfunction or an error in the aforementioned document: +31 (0)88-1566655. If this is not the case, then please contact the service desk.

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Why does the TAE remain stuck on ‘sent’

You can inquire with Customs whether there is a malfunction: +31 (0)88-1566655. If this is not the case, then please contact the service desk.

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Why can’t the transport company see my document?

The transport company receives a notification from the terminal that the document is not known. In this situation, the transport company can check with the freight forwarder whether the selected terminal corresponds with the terminal selected by the transport company. Also be sure to check other information such as container number and booking number. If these details are correct, please contact the Portbase Service Desk.

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My container is at the terminal but it does not have a ‘Gate-in’, how is that possible?

For document types other than EX, CO or EU (for example T1/ICT/REX), a 'Gate-in' is only issued if the container is being loaded or has already departed.

Please note! This is only applicable to the ECT Terminals.

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What should I do if I get a message that the booking number is not recognised?

There can be various reaso­­ns for a message that the booking number is not recognised by the relevant terminal (shown with an orange exclamation mark):

  1. You have not entered the correct booking number;
  2. The shipping company (or ferry operator) has not sent the booking number to the terminal yet.

In both cases, we advise you to contact the shipping company or ferry operator. You can ask them whether you have the correct booking number/whether they have sent the number to the terminal.

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What should I do if I get a Diversion Rejection in response to the Arrival at Exit?

A ‘Diversion Rejection’ means the arrival notification is rejected by customs in the document's country of origin – for example, because the export document has already been released in another EU country. We advise you to contact customs in the document's country of origin and enquire about the status from them.

Depending on the outcome, the best solution is usually to have the notifying party create a new export document. Before you can enter a new document in Notification Export Documentation, you must first delete the rejected prenotification. We further advise you to inform the shipping company or ferry operator that the rejected document has been deleted and that a new document has been or is being registered.

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