PART A - REVIEW PREPARATION GUIDELINES
After loading cargo on the vessel, your personnel must
prepare and distribute a cargo manifest to each POD, where cargo will be unloaded
from the vessel.
For example, if a loaded vessel is bound for the PODs of
Hamburg, Bremerhaven, and Copenhagen, they must prepare three cargo manifests,
with the appropriate one going to each POD.
Sometimes a partial shipment must be loaded aboard a vessel. When this happens,
you must ensure that your personnel make a separate entry on the manifest for
each partial shipment.
For example, if a shipment unit has three partial
shipments, the cargo manifest body must include three separate entries.
When a vessel is scheduled to be loaded at more than one CONUS terminal before
arriving at the first overseas POD, the WCA responsible for the CONUS POEs
accumulates complete manifest data from each POE. When the loading of cargo is
complete, the WCA forwards a consolidated manifest to each POD for which the
vessel has cargo. When cargo is loaded at CONUS POEs under the control of more
than one WCA, each CONUS WCA assembles and forwards a consolidated manifest for
its area of responsibility to each overseas POD. In all situations, the manifest
shows in detail all shipment units loaded by each POE.
You must ensure that your personnel prepare a separate cargo manifest for each
POD. If a POE loads cargo for three PODs, then you must ensure that three cargo
manifests are prepared.
When preparing these manifests, your personnel must
prepare separate pages in the following sequence:
Service or agency (identified by the first position of the DODAAC of the
Stowage location by hatch.
Consignee (only one per page).
For example: Cargo was loaded at 1GC for JF1.