• Empty out means an empty container has left the terminal (at the port of origin - so it goes to the shipper in order to get filled up)

  • Full in means a full container has arrived from the shipper to the port of origin

  • Full out means a full container leaves the terminal. This occurs at the destination

  • Empty in occurs after the shipper has received the goods and returned an empty container back to the terminal, at the destination port

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