Introducing Terminal49's New Containers Dashboard
We are thrilled to announce the release of the new Containers Dashboard!
A Swiss Army knife to manage your containers
Effortlessly filter containers by milestones, statuses (ETAs, on-ship, arrived, fees, holds, awaiting pick-up, empty-return, etc.), choose the columns you want to display, and save your configuration as a custom view. Each team member can create personalized views tailored to their daily workflow.
Bookmark Your Custom Views
— To create a view, simply start with an existing one (e.g., All Containers), apply desired filters and columns, and click the Create New View button.
Share Instantly with a Link
Generate public share links for your custom views and share them with customers, vendors, and other external partners. As new containers match the selected filters, they are automatically added to the shared view. Your customers/partners will see real-time updates, streamlining communication, collaboration, and customer service.
Additional Key Features:
Grouping by Shipments
— Group containers from the same shipment when sorting by a field, making it easier to identify potential issues.
Dynamic Date Range Selectors
— Choose relative dates (e.g., next 10 days) instead of specific calendar dates, and your view will refresh daily to display the new dates within that range.
Our Journey Continues
This new design is just the beginning. We plan to introduce many more features in the coming weeks and months, including favoriting team views, filtering containers assigned to you, a timeline view, enhanced dashboard reporting, and email improvements.
We Value Your Feedback!
Your insights have been invaluable in shaping this enhanced experience. We welcome any suggestions for further improvements or additional features that would make the dashboard even more useful to you. Email with your feedback.
Warm regards,
The Terminal49 Team
Edit webhooks in app and other API improvements
Now developers can create and edit webhooks directly on the website without having to use the API:
New webhook editing UI
Other API improvements
  • Webhook rate limiting. Need us to slow down a little? Just let us know and we can set a rate limit on webhook notification deliveries.
  • containers.terminal_last_checked_at
    attribute so you can know when we last checked a container status at the terminal
  • container.transport.vessel_berthed
    event. Currently testing with ONE, you can be notified when the vessel berths at the terminal.
  • container.pod_terminal_changed
    . Be notified when the container terminal assignment changes either before arrival or if the container is moved to an off dock location.
New webhook notification IPs
Please note that we have added new IPs that we may send you webhook notifications from:
These are addition to our existing IP
New Integrations
APM Terminals Empty In
We now receive Empty In data for Maersk shipments discharged in APM LA or APM NY (Port Elizabeth).
New terminal integrations
We can now track container updates at some new terminals:
  • Prince Rupert Terminal Canada
  • Tioga Marine Terminal Philadelphia
  • DP World Vancouver - now returning container availability & appointment times
Upcoming changes to Webhook Notifications (Jan 2022)
We are releasing two minor changes to the Terminal49 API which may impact your account (if you are using the API). If you exclusively use the Terminal49 Dashboard, these changes will not affect you.
Changes will be launched on Thursday, January 20th at 9am PST.
These are not considered breaking changes, but as we are adding to the payload of most notifications and sending a new event, we wanted to make sure you are aware in advance.
Shipments will be included with all transport events
Many of you have requested we include the shipment details in the transport event webhook payloads.
Now for all transport events (e.g.
) we will include the shipment details in the included array.
New webhook notification
We will be introducing a new notification to let you know when your shipment is no longer being updated with information from the shipping lines or terminals.
Typically shipments stop updating once all the containers are empty returned, but there are other scenarios too. View docs
The stopped timestamp and reason are included in the shipment payload as
Add Pagination to New Shipments Page
Add Pagination on Recently Added shipments page.
Instead of scroll, queue to load, and display additional shipments, pagination allows users to see 25 shipments at once and be able to view previous and next 25 shipments
Container/Shipment Search Widget
iFrame widget that works similar to a web application, to provide visibility to users which allows their users to view shipment overview and basic container details, while mimic the Terminal49 spinner look and feel on the user's website.
Incorrect Message on Sign-in Authentication Screen
Wrong sign-in authentication failed message when an user failed to enter authentication code.
Add Customer Column on Bulk Upload Form
Add a new column, Customers, on the Bulk upload form to allow Brokers to identify owner of each shipment
Display Error Message Upon Unsuccessful Shipment Upload
When a newly uploaded shipment does not retrieve valid shipment data from the Terminal, the status will display Failed plus the reason why it failed
Booking Number Support in API
You can now make Tracking Requests with
and the API will specifically check that number at the shipping line as a booking.
Savannah TAG integration
If you are a BCO in Savannah we can get your container availability at Garden City Terminal Savannah through the terminals proprietary 'TAG' system. Contact for details.
Terminal Integrations
We how have integrations at Port Everglades Terminal in Florida and T6 Portland.
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