ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival) and ETD (Estimated Time of Departure) are key schedule indicators for ships, providing stakeholders with crucial information on vessel movements.

ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival)

In ocean shipping, ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival) represents the anticipated time a vessel is expected to arrive at its destination port.

Factors influencing the ETA in ocean shipping include the vessel's current position, speed, weather conditions, navigational route, and potential port congestion.

ETD (Estimated Time of Departure)

ETD (Estimated Time of Departure) denotes the expected time or date when a vessel is planned to embark on its journey from a designated port.

This estimate takes into account various factors, including the vessel's preparation time, loading processes, and any other logistical considerations.

Accurate ETA and ETD predictions are instrumental for efficient logistical planning, enabling stakeholders like shipping companies and port authorities to coordinate activities effectively and optimize overall transportation processes.

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