Report types and description


Selection of data

Once you are logged in, the selection page appears on your screen. It is in this page that you specify the information research criteria as well as the type of report you wish to obtain.

The following example of a selection page contains fictive information and will allow you to visualize the various research and report format possibilities. You can also click on the items to get a detailed description for each of them.

Report: *
Order: list
Mark: list Lot/ID: list
Date: from - - to - -  
Volume measure: * Weight measure: *

  * Mandatory fields


This option is mandatory and allows you to choose the report format you wish to obtain. Hence, the presentation of stock information may be detailed by item (dimension, lot, mark, etc.) or still, compiled (by Order, Booking, Vessel, etc.) depending on your choice.


From a list, this option allows you to specify a particular port. The ports on this list are in relation with your actual inventories. Therefore, you will only have the name of the ports storing cargo you have in transit at time of selection.

Note: If you do not specify any port, you will receive a global report with subtotals per port.


This option allows you to obtain a report that includes solely projected cargoes or cargoes from a specific vessel.

Note: If you do not select any port and you have cargo in transit in different ports for the same vessel, you will therefore get subtotals for each port.

Supplier / Receiver

It is possible for you, using this list, to get a report containing only cargoes coming from a specific supplier (Exportation) or cargoes delivered or to be delivered to a specific client (Importation).


The Booking identifies, by group, the receipt of cargoes for a vessel. The nomenclature of the booking depends on the arrangement and stevedoring services to be undertaken agreement. In general, the first two characters correspond to the port, followed by a corporate identification and a convenient abbreviation (abbreviation of the vessel's name or the destination. To the booking, we associate the exportation or importation code, the transit vessel expected or used and the type of cargo to be stored (Steel, Granite, Lumber, etc.).

Example of a Booking name: QC-SHIPPER-HELENA

QC = Port of Québec
SHIPPER = Shipper Maritime Company Inc.

List of ports' abbreviations:

BB Port of Québec: Beauport (Québec) PC Port of Port-Cartier (Québec)
BC Port of Bécancour (Québec) PP Port of Pointe-au-Pic (Québec)
BL Port of Belledune (New-Brunswick) PR Port of Portneuf (Québec)
CC Port of Gros-Cacouna (Québec) QC Port of Québec: Anse au Foulon and Estuary (Québec)
CH Port of Chicago: Iroquois Landing (Illinois) RM Port of Rimouski (Québec)
GA Port Saguenay: Grande-Anse (Québec) SC Port of Côte-Sainte-Catherine (Québec)
GS Port of Gaspé (Québec) SI Port of Sept-Îles (Québec)
HM Port of Hamilton (Ontario) ST Port of Sorel-Tracy (Québec)
MT Port of Matane (Québec) SY Port of Sydney (Nova Scotia)
OS Port of Oshawa (Ontario) TR Port of Thorold (Ontario)


We subdivide each Booking by Order. This subdivision permits us to classify your inventories according to some specifications. To it, we associate a supplier code (Exportation) or a client code (Importation) as well as a more precise description of the cargo.


The Mark can be a single identification of the cargo or even a specific subdivision of it. In general, it consists of a type, a grade, a numerical group identification, etc.


The Lot/ID plays the same role as the mark, but is not mandatory. We use when we require a mark and a single identification number for the items of the cargo.


This option allows limits your inquiry to a specific period of time (Between two dates).

Data processing format:

JAN January MAY May SEP September
FEB February JUN June OCT October
MAR March JUL July NOV November
APR April AUG August DEC December

Volume measure

This option is mandatory and allows the system to display the total Vessel, Port, Company and " Total for this report " according to the volume measure you have selected.

M3 Cubic meter
FT3 Cubic feet
YD3 Cubic yard
Note: M3 is the value set by default.

Weight measure

This option is mandatory and allows the system to display the total Vessel, Port, Company and " Total for this report " according to the weight measure you have selected.

TONNE Metric Tonne: 1,000 kg
TON US Short Ton: 2,000 lb (American format)
TON GB Long Ton: 2,240 lb (Great-Britain format)
KG Kilogram
LB Pound
Note: Tonne is the value set by default.