If the DIC in Column 1 is TEO, this column should show the total
If the DIC in Column 1 is TEP, this column should show the net
explosive weight for Classes A, B, and C explosives.
If the DIC in Column 1 is TPQ, this column should show the year and
make of the POV.
If the DIC in Column 1 is T-R (SEAVAN/MILVAN seal number trailer line
data), this column should show the zip code of origin of
SEAVAN/MILVAN preceded by X.
If the DIC in Column 1 is T-R (miscellaneous information), this
column should be left blank.
Column 4 - This three-digit column is marked Com Code.
It is used for the
commodity code. The first three digits of Block 4 of the TCMD should
be entered in this column (see Figure 3-3).
Column 5 - This two-digit column is marked Cargo Exc and means type of cargo and
The fourth and fifth positions of Block 4 of the TCMD
should be entered here. The code "Z9" is used in our example because
no special type of cargo code is applicable.
Also, no exceptional
handling code is required (see Figure 3-3).
Column 6 - This four-digit column is marked Voyage Doc. No. and Air Dm/Trans Pt.
For surface shipments, the last four digits of the voyage document
number should be entered in the manifest heading--in this case, 1009
(see Figure 3-3).
Column 7 - The Port of Disch code indicates where the cargo is going; it is taken
from Block 7 of the TCMD.
Column 8 - The Type Pack is a two-digit code that indicates how the cargo is
packed. In Figure 3-3, the code BX is used to indicate boxes. This
data is taken from Blocks 9 or 39 of the TCMD.