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Gating In

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Gating in for containers means checking in at the port of origin.

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What is gating in?

Gating in means "checking in" for shipments.

A container needs to gate in at the Container Yard (CY) before the CY cut-off, and a LCL (Less than Container Load) shipment needs to gate in at the CFS (Container Freight Station) before the CFS (Container Freight Station) Cut-off.

Quoted rates are locked in with the carrier once the shipment has gated in.


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Related Glossary Terms

Container Yard (CY)

CFS (Container Freight Station) Cut-off

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