Tonnage - Main Screen "All Tonnage" Tab

Shipfix's tonnage screen can be used as a base from which to create, customise & monitor focused tonnage lists

Shipfix's Main (default) tonnage screen displays a list of all vessel positions either extracted from your emails, or added by you or your colleagues, in order of date received.

This default tab, titled "All tonnages", has the default filter "spot onwards 30 days (-5)" applied, and the Ship Centric view toggled "on".

  • The tonnage screen is setup in a matrix formation, where column headings double-up as filters.
  • Clicking on a line item from the list further expands it to reveal all underlying sources associated with that position...

  • Each listed line item has icons enabling you to perform various actions, as illustrated...
  • The following table describes icons available on a line-item of a tonnage list...
Icon Name Description
Hide Hides a specific tonnage position from your tab
Edit Edit a tonnage position; used when certain details needs updating or correcting 

Senders Indicates the number of Senders who have sent you the tonnage position
underlying Emails Indicates the number of underlying emails received for the tonnage position
Speed Consumption Indicator Indicates that 'Advertised Consumption Available' for the specific vessel; clicking on this icon opens the 'Particulars' section of the vessel directory (scroll down to see the consumption extracted)
    View Port details Opens up the "info" section within the port directory for the specific port clicked on
Ship Comment Allows you to add comment(s) about the specific position, and if you hover over the comment shows you last 3 comments
Find Best Orders  allows you to find the 'best match' orders for the specific tonnage position 

3 dots menu opens up a menu of further option of features

 

Using Shipfix filters & tabs create focused lists to reflect your business:

  • Filtering - The choice of filters allow you to define ship(ping) specific parameters e.g. deadweight, open areas, open dates, amongst others (as described above)
  • Tabs - allows you to generate new tabs or to duplicate existing tabs and create different business scenarios to focus on (the logic behind tabs is discussed here)

You can use 2 main filter areas  to create focused tonnage lists:

1. Column filters

  • click into any column heading to set the desired parameters for that filter
  • you can review column filters here

2. Funnel Filters

  • Tonnage funnel filters can be reviewed here

Manually Edit a tonnage position  

  • Edit a vessel position - to edit any tonnage position on your list, click on the pencil icon found on a tonnage line, a "Edit tonnage Position" white box appears, fill in the description section or manual alter the fields.  Once completed click "Edit", see below ...