Loads must Pre-Gate in scale lanes 1, 2 or 3.
Once move is lodged at Pre-Gate, proceed to the Inspection Lane for inspection of the equipment, verification of seal number for FULLIN move, and receipt of active Yard Pass.
Verify Yard Pass displays correct information:
Type of move (FULLOUT, MTINO, MTOUT, FULLIN
Steamship Line (owner)
Open container doors (MTINO moves) for inspection by the Lane Clerk
If container damages are noted, Yard Pass is marked and driver is directed to CCS
damage area. Upon delivery to CCS, driver must have Yard Pass stamped or signed by CCS
representative, move will not be completed until properly processed. Driver/Trucking Company access will be suspended if found delivering damaged
containers to the Terminal's marshaling yard. Plastic zip ties MUST be disposed of in trash barrels located in Lane area.
Driver must INSPECT container for damages and INFORM the Gate Clerk of damages (in present) PRIOR to processing the Yard Pass.
Import units marked as DAMAGED on the FULLOUT move CANNOT be STREET TURNED. Units that have been STREET TURNED and were marked DAMAGED on the FULLOUT move will not be accepted on the FULLIN move.
No MTOUT container can be delivered to CCS damage area.
Seal verification- if MANIFESTED seal number is different thatn ACTUAL seal number (C-TPAT), container may not be delivered without steamship line authorization.
Containers with missing seals must be reported to Terminal Management and Port Police. Steamship line will be notified and must authorize delivery.
Yard Pass MUST be exchanged for EIR for completion of gate transaction
Finalizing Gate Transaction
Exchange Yard Pass(es) for EIR(s) for completion of Gate Transaction - one Yard Pass per transaction.
CBP/USDA Exams vs. Un-Cleared(UNCL) deliveries.
"CUST EXAM" moves are processed as normal deliveries to the exam
site. Unit does NOT return to the Terminal. "EXAM" units move on an UNCL to the exam site and MUST return to the
Terminal for final clearance. If there are any questions regarding processing Government Inspection targeted
containers, please contact Marlene Lio or Yani Lopez.