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Rules

Storage Fees

Demurrage

Use of Carriers Equipment within the United States and Canada
U.S. and Canada free time:
    Dry equipment and flat racks:
      Rule: Shipper and or his agent shall have seven (7) calendar days beginning the day after the day of interchange to load the equipment and return to carriers facility.
    Refrigerated equipment :
      Rule: Shipper and or his agent shall have four (4) calendar days beginning the day after the day of interchange to load the equipment and return to carriers facility.
U.S. and Canada Demurrage:
    Dry equipment: $20.00 per calendar day in excess of free time shall accrue until equipment is returned to the carrier or carriers’ agent.
    Flat rack: $35.00 per calendar day in excess of free time shall accrue until equipment is returned to the carriers facility.
    Refrigerated equipment: $50.00 per calendar day in excess of free time shall accrue until equipment is returned to the carriers facility.
Use of Carriers Equipment at Foreign Ports:
Foreign Port Free time:
    Dry equipment and flat racks:
      Rule : Consignee and or his agent shall have ten (10) calendar days beginning the day after discharge to pick up, unload and return the equipment to the carrier’s facility.
    Refrigerated equipment:
      Rule : Consignee and or his agent shall have three (3) working days beginning the day after discharge to pick up, unload and return the equipment to the carriers facility.
Foreign Port Demurrage:
    Dry equipment: $20.00 per calendar day in excess of free time shall accrue until equipment is returned to the carriers facility.
    Flat racks: $35.00 per calendar day in excess of free time shall accrue until equipment is returned to the carriers facility.
    Refrigerated: $50.00 per calendar day in excess of free time shall accrue until equipment is returned to the carriers facility.
  Storage Per Diem

Carrier Terminal Rules and Charges:
    1. Per diem charges are applicable when cargo/containers is held in carriers possession beyond applicable origin or destination free time.
    2. When a shipment is held beyond the scheduled sailing date at the request of the shipper or consignee per diem charges will begin to accrue as of the date of the original intended sailing date.
    3. When a shipment is held beyond the scheduled sailing date as the result of the shippers failure to provide proper export documentation per diem charges will accrue following the expiration of applicable free time and continue until the presentation and acceptance of said documentation.
    4. Per diem storage charges will be assessed on each calendar day excluding the date of sailing.
    5. Carrier may refuse delivery of containers/cargo which have accrued per diem storage and said charges have not been paid.
    6. Refrigerated or other perishable cargo will be accepted for storage solely at Shipper’s risk and Shipper shall indemnify and hold Carrier, Agent Terminal Operator and any and all other contractors for the Carrier harmless from any and all liability and expense for such damages that might result from storage conditions unless caused by the negligence of the Carrier, Agent, Terminal Operator or any other contractor for the Carrier.
    7. Upon expiration of free time, Carrier may place the cargo in another warehouse facility with all charges associated with the transfer and storage for the account and risk of the shipper.
Use of Carrier’s Terminal ,Warehouse or Storage Facilities within the United States
    Free Time: Export
    1.LCL-Fourteen (14) Calendar days beginning the day of receipt.
    2.FCL- Consolidation-Thirty (30) Calendar days beginning the day of receipt.
    3.FCL- Refrigerated or Dry-Seven (7) Calendar days beginning the day of interchange into the Carriers terminal.
    4.LCL-Refrigerated- Five (5) calendar days beginning on the day of receipt.
    Free Time: Import
    1.LCL-Fourteen (14) Calendar days beginning the day the cargo is received in the warehouse from which it will be delivered.
    2.FCL-Five  (5) Calendar days beginning the day after discharge. If cargo is placed on U.S. Customs NII exam/hold consignee shall have an additional two (2) days.
    3.FCL –Refrigerated- Three (3) Calendar days beginning the day after discharge.
    Per Diem Storage Charges upon expiration of Free Time
    1.LCL Dry Cargo-$.10 CWT or $.05 CFT /minimum $5.00 per dock receipt per calendar day.
    2.FCL Dry Cargo-$20.00 per calendar day.
    3.Refrigerated Cargo (LCL or FCL)-$50.00 per calendar day.
    4.Tank Containers-$50.00 per calendar day.
    5.Vehicles, boats, break bulk-$25.00 per calendar day.
    6.FCL Consolidation Cargo-$.10 CWT or $.05 CFT./minimum $5.00 per dock receipt per calendar day.
    7.Shipper owned equipment- $20.00 per calendar day.
In/Out Fee
    1.LCL cargo that is received for export and subsequently is delivered back to the shipper or another third party and is NOT exported shall be assessed an IN/OUT Fee of $20.00 w/m per 40 cubic feet or 2,000 lbs. whichever is greater with a minimum charge of $25.00.  
    Use of Carrier’s Terminal ,Warehouse or Storage Facilities in Foreign Ports
    1.Use of facilities will be subject to port terminal rules, regulations and charges for the account of the cargo.
Retention of Equipment in Excess of Thirty days
    When any shipper/consignee has not picked up and or returned equipment from/to Carrier’s facility or terminal beyond thirty (30) days Carrier shall have the right to retrieve the equipment whether loaded or unloaded. Carrier will provide shipper/consignee as well as appropriate governmental authorities reasonable advance notice before taking such action. All additional expenses such as trucking, handling, per diem /demurrage and all disposal charges will be for the account of the shipper and/or consignee. Payment for all per diem storage charges is due upon presentation of invoice. Payment is to be collected by the carrier or authorized agent.
    Payments in arrears in excess of thirty (30) days are considered delinquent. In the event of delinquency further credit privileges will be suspended and a cash bond of $500.00 U.S. per container must be deposited with the carriers authorized agent to guarantee payment of anticipated per diem storage prior to the release of Carrier’s equipment to consignee.
    Deposit will be refunded when shipper does not have any other equipment subject to per diem or demurrage in its possession and appropriate deduction has been made for per diem incurred.
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