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What do the PRA statuses mean?

There are 5 PRA statuses which indicate where the PRA is at in the process. Refer to the table below for each status, the definition and required action (if any).

STATUS DEFINITION REQUIRED ACTION
 
DRAFT The PRA has been saved as a draft and not yet submitted to the terminal. The PRA can still be edited by you or your colleague and then send it to the terminal. Once you do send to terminal, the status will no longer show as DRAFT.
PENDING The PRA has been submitted but not yet sent to the terminal. No action required.


This status is shown as soon as you hit the “Send to Terminal” button after creating a PRA. Our system will start processing your PRA, and the status will show as PENDING. Once the system completes its processing, the status will no longer show as PENDING. Most of the time this happens so fast that you will not see the PRA in this status at all.

SENT The PRA has been submitted and sent to the terminal. No action required.


The PRA is now awaiting a response from the terminal, and once a response is received, the status will no longer show as SENT.

ACCEPTED The PRA has been accepted by the terminal. The terminal has received your PRA and all is ok for you to proceed to deliver your container to the terminal.
REJECTED The PRA has been rejected by the terminal. The terminal has received your PRA and the info you’ve provided doesn’t match what they’re expecting. Review the reason for rejection, correct the PRA and resubmit to the terminal.
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