What does Request Status and Sailing Status mean?

What does Request Status and Sailing Status mean?

After you sent a tracking request to the ShispGo system you get the "situation" of your container via API.  We name these containers' situations as request statuses or sailing status. You can use both of them or one of them.

The meanings of the request statuses as follows ;

Passive (RequestStatusId>1): The container is on board (between pol and pod) or waiting at the loading port.

Booked (RequestStatusId>2): The shipping line hasn't released any information about the container yet.

Active (RequestStatusId>3): The container has been discharged on the discharging port.

Untracked (RequestStatusId>4)  : It is not possible to track the container because the shipping line responsible for carrying the container has no online tracking service.

The meanings of the sailing statuses as follows ;

Booked (SailingStatusId>1): The container is waiting at the port of loading or the shipping line

Sailing (SailingStatusId>2): The container is on the way.

Discharged (SailingStatusId>3): The container was discharged at the port of discharge.

Untracked (SailingStatusId>4): It is not possible to track the container because the shipping line responsible for carrying the container has no online tracking service.

Inprogress (SailingStatusId>5): The shipping line hasn't released any information about the container yet.

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