What is the meaning of ETD and ETA?
ETA = Estimated Time of Arrival – commonly used to denote the date and time at which a ship is expected to arrive at a port. ETD = Estimated Time of Departure – commonly used to denote the date and time at which a ship is expected to depart from a certain port/terminal.
This is mainly for LCL export and FCL export to check the departure of the shipment, based on that HBL draft given to the Shipper, cargo picks up plan, Loading process, transportation arrangement, Manifest, Custom clearance, etc has to be planned & executed.
1. Login with Fresa Gold, Go to Documentation –>Reports – Docs (Fig-1).
2. Second, select the ETD Followup (fig-2).
3. Select from date and to date. select the Department, Client and click submit button to view reports (fig-3).
4. Now, you can see the list of ETD follow up report, you can download the report using the Options button and click to the download (fig-4).
By following these steps you can generate an ETD follow-up report.
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