Rule 15.0 – Rehandling; In and Out Handling; Sorting and Backloading

Publication Date: 12/09/2015

Effective Date: 12/09/2015 unless otherwise indicated

Through Date:

Expiration Date:

Amendment Code:  I,

Special Use Number:

Request #: TOMJONE236

 

 

Re-Handling  ( I ) Eff 12/09/2015

If a Shipper tenders cargo to the Carrier whereby the Carrier or Carrier's Agent issues a cargo receipt and at a subsequent time prior to sailing the Shipper requests Carrier's rehandling of cargo the following charges shall apply:

 

From Continental US to USVI, and Puerto Rico to USVI:

CWT/CFT 

$1.00cwt/$.38cft: minimum $5.00 for shipments up to 10 CFT (I, R) Eff 12/09/2015

minimum $35.00 for shipments exceeding 10 CFT (C)

(whichever is the greater charge)

Loose Cargo

$1.00cwt/$.38cft: minimum $5.00 for shipments up to 10 CFT (I, R) Eff 12/09/2015

minimum $35.00 for shipments exceeding 10 CFT (C)

(whichever is the greater charge)

Vehicles/Boats

$50 each 

20' Container

$225 

40' X Container

$315

>40' X Container

$355

 

Northbound LCL Re-Handling (I) Eff 12/09/2015

If the Shipper or the Consignee requests that the Carrier provides delivery of northbound LCL cargo, the cargo will be assessed a re-handling charge as shown.  This charge will be to re-weigh, re-cube and re-secure the cargo.  The charge will be in addition to all other applicable charges, including inland and LCL Terminal Transfer Fee, and will be billed on a separate invoice.

ORIGIN

DESTINATION

CHARGE

All Ports

Continental US

$1.00cwt/$.38cft: minimum $5.00 for shipments up to 10 CFT (I, R) Eff 12/09/2015

minimum $35.00 for shipments exceeding 10 CFT (C)

(whichever is the greater charge)

 

In and Out Handling (I) Eff 12/09/2015

If a Shipper tenders cargo to the Carrier whereby the Carrier or Carrier's Agent issues a cargo receipt and at a subsequent time the Shipper requests the cargo to be returned without exporting, then the Carrier will charge an In and Out Handling service fee as follows: 

 

From Continental US, USVI, and Puerto Rico to all Ports: (See Note 1)

CWT/CFT 

$1.00cwt/$.38cft: minimum $5.00 for shipments up to 10 CFT (I, R) Eff 12/09/2015

minimum $35.00 for shipments exceeding 10 CFT (C)

(whichever is the greater charge)

Loose Cargo

$1.00cwt/$.38cft: minimum $5.00 for shipments up to 10 CFT (I, R) Eff 12/09/2015

minimum $35.00 for shipments exceeding 10 CFT (C)

(whichever is the greater charge)

Vehicles/Boats

$50 each 

20' Container

$225 

40' X Container

$315

>40' X Container

$355

Note 1: Cayman Islands: Not applicable on cargo that is transferred between Carrier's LCL cargo facility and cargo warehouses designated by Carrier

 

 

Air Freight Transfer Service Fee  

If a Shipper tenders LCL cargo to Carrier's South Florida Miami Container Freight Station (SFLA MIA CFS) whereby the Carrier or Carrier's Agent issues a cargo receipt and at a subsequent time prior to sailing the Shipper requests the Carrier to re-route the LCL cargo to an Air Freight provider within the South Florida area as specified below (See Note 1a) the Carrier will charge an Air Freight Transfer Service Fee as shown. The charge is in addition to In and Out Handling and all other applicable charges contained within Carrier’s tariff.

From the SFLA MIA CFS location to an Air Freight Provider within the South Florida area (See Note 1a)  the charge will be:
LCL Cargo..........$50.00 per shipment   (See also Note 1b)
LCL Cargo..........$100.00 per shipment (See also Note 1c)
Each service will only apply to a single shipment, not to exceed 112 cft and 8' of linear truck space.

Note 1:  a. Service only applies when Carrier transfers the LCL shipment to 12600 N.W. 107th Avenue Miami, FL
            b. If service is requested 4 or more hours before the receiving cut-off time at address in 1a.
            c. Expedited transfer service. If service is requested less than 4 hours before the receiving cut-off time at address in 1a, then Expedited transfer service

                will apply at $100.00, subject to inland carrier and space availability.
 

Backloading Services

Under conditions outlined below, Carrier or Carrier's Agent may provide a backloading service for shipper loaded full containers at its designated facility. Carrier will charge $1.00cwt/$.38cft, minimum $35.00 (whichever is the greater charge) of cargo backloaded into a shipper loaded full container. If Carrier or Carrier's Agent provides the drayage to the Carrier designated backloading facility then cargo will be subject to an Extra Stop charge per Rule 10.001.  The Extra Stop charge will be assessed in addition to the drayage rate from point of origin to port of loading.

 

This service is only available:

1.   When the Shipper requests, in writing, the Carrier or Carrier's Agent to provide a backloading service and the Shipper executes a properly endorsed Backloading Agreement.

2.   When the cargo to be backloaded is available at the Carrier's or Carrier's Agent designated facility in time to meet the Carrier established cut-offs for the scheduled booking.

3.    For non-bonded, non-hazardous cargo.

Copies of the Backloading Agreement will be made available upon written request to the Carrier.

 

Enhanced Export Packing

When a Shipper tenders cargo to the Carrier or Carrier's Agent with what Carrier determines is insufficient packing to ensure safe transport and the Carrier adds additional packaging such as corrugated cardboard, corner or edge guards, shrink-wrap or other material to further protect the cargo, then the Carrier will charge $1.00cwt/$.38cft subject to a minimum $35.00  (whichever is the greater charge) per piece of cargo secured.

    Exception:  Cargo originating in Miami, L.A., New Jersey or West Palm Beach which is destined to St. Lucia will not be assessed this charge.

 

Opening Packages  

If a Shipper tenders LCL non-hazardous cargo to Carrier or Carrier's Agent and at a subsequent time prior to sailing the Shipper/Consignee requests the Carrier open a package or packages for the purpose of obtaining a Packing Slip, verifying Piece Count, etc., the Carrier will charge a fee of $5.00 per piece opened. Package(s) will only be opened upon Shipper’s/Consignee's submission of a completed Hold Harmless Agreement which will be made available upon Shipper's/Consignee's written request to the Carrier.

 

Securing of Freight

When cargo is tendered to the Carrier or Carrier's Agent in a condition that will require what Carrier determines to be additional blocking, bracing, stacking or other means to more adequately secure the freight for safe transit, then the Carrier will charge $1.00cwt/$.38cft subject to a minimum $35.00 (whichever is the greater charge) per piece of cargo so secured.

 

Sorting and Segregating

When cargo tendered to Carrier or Carrier's Agent requires sorting or segregating of mixed packages for different shipments to assemble or dissemble the packages into or from one shipment then the Carrier will charge a handling service fee of $1.00cwt/$.38cft subject to a minimum $35.00 (whichever is the greater charge).

 

Rates and charges published herein apply for direct call or transshipment service (Port to Port, Port to Point, Point

to Point, Point to Port) at ports of loading/discharge as listed below:
 

Continental U.S., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands Ports are defined as:
1. Continental U.S. Ports:
    a. South Florida Ports: Port of Palm Beach and Port Everglades, Florida
    b. Gulf Coast Ports: Port of Tampa, Florida; Port of Panama City, Florida; Port of Houston, Texas; and Port of Mobile, Alabama

    c. Northeast Ports: Port Elizabeth Seaport, New Jersey


2. Puerto Rico Ports: Puerto Nuevo, Puerto Rico
3.  U.S. Virgin Islands Ports: Crown Bay, St. Thomas, The Containerport, St. Croix, and Cruz Bay, St. John
4. Northeast Rail Ramps: North Bergan, NJ, Philadelphia, PA, Kearney, NJ

 
SECTION I:
Between Continental U.S., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands:

 

St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. John

 


ALTERNATE PORT SERVICE

For operational and cost efficiency purposes, Carrier will provide an alternate port service. The terms and conditions for shipments

at alternate ports will be as described in Carrier's tariff.  Carrier will bear the expense of moving the cargo between the alternate port

and the port of discharge on the Bill of Lading.

 

Nonexclusive Transshipment Agreement

The rules, regulations, and rates in this tariff apply to all transshipment arrangements between the publishing carrier or carriers and the participating,

connecting or feeder carrier. Every participating connecting or feeder carrier which is a party to transshipment arrangements has agreed to observe the

rules, regulations, rates, and routings established herein as evidenced by a connecting carrier agreement between the parties