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What is a cut-off date?

The cut-off date is the last date that the container can be returned to the port terminal in order to make the schedule that you requested.  

Cut-off date is usually two days before the expected departure date. But it will vary depending on the carrier and the port. For example, if your shipment is expected to leave on Thursday, the cut-off date might be the preceding Tuesday.

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