Cargo Efficiency Operating System (CEOS)

Carrier registration requirements

Road carriers servicing Port Botany must register with the Cargo Movement Coordination Centre (CMCC). This registration is a requirement of the Ports and Maritime Administration Regulation 2012.

A registered carrier can:

  • Measure truck turnaround time (TTT)
  • Receive the benefit of TTT calculations (i.e. TTT will commence from ‘Queue In’ rather than ‘Gate In’)
  • Receive reports on TTT performance.

List of Port Botany carriers

See the list of registered road carriers servicing Port Botany.

Registered carriers are responsible for providing the CMCC with accurate and up to date information including names, contact numbers and truck registration details.

Truck marshalling area

The Truck Marshalling Area (TMA) provides a safe and secure area, complete with amenities, for early arriving trucks to be staged before they are serviced by the stevedores.

The TMA can accommodate up to 50 trucks per hour. It improves the flow of traffic in and around the port precinct and is vital for moving vehicle congestion off public roads.

Find out about the Driver Induction for the Truck Marshalling Area (PDF, 545.3 KB).

Have a question?

Email the CMCC: landsideimprovement@transport.nsw.gov.au

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