Maritime Webinar Link-Up 2022

American Caribbean Maritime Foundation in association with the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) presents Maritime Link-Up Webinar 2022.

Date: September 9, 2022. See full details in the poster below.

Please make an effort to be a part of it.

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Notice on Personal Effects

Issued by the Barbados Port Inc, effective 25th May, 2021.

Notice on Personal Effects 21-05-2021

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Operational Changes at the Port of Bridgetown February 3 to 17, 2021

Notice: Please allow the pdf document to load.

BPI lockdown #2 notice

You may download a copy of the BPI lockdown #2 Notice.

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Empty Containers (Local & Transshipment) via the Web Portal

Empty Transshipment Containers


We have completed the requested modification to the web portal. When entering empty containers agents can specify whether that container is local or transshipment. The instructions for doing so are as follows:

  1. Log into the portal.
  2. Submit e-manifest (ASYCUDA car file).
  3. Update container information on “Disposition List” as per usual.
  4. Click “Empty Containers” tab.
  5. Click “New”.
  6. Enter container number, type and line.
  7. Click on the “Transshipment” checkbox (see attachment) if the container is transshipment. Leave this box unchecked if the container is local.
  8. Click Update.
  9. Repeat steps 5 – 8 until all empty containers have been entered.
  10. Register the manifest.

Please pass on this info to agents as soon as possible.


Barbados Port Inc.
Phone: (246) 434-6100 
Fax:   (246) 430-1450

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Submission of Documentation for Scheduled Vessels

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Removal of cleared cargo

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Revised Security Fee and Delivery Order Fee

Revised Security Fee

Revised Delivery Order Fee

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