Rule 9 Freight Forwarder Compensation

 

Publication Date: 02/03/2005

Effective Date: 02/05/2005

Through Date:

Expiration Date:

Amendment Code: R, C

Special Use Number:

Request #: SUSPASS329

 

 

1.    The Carrier will compensate licensed Ocean Transportation Intermediaries (Freight Forwarder) in connection with a shipment

dispatched on behalf of others. Compensation will only be paid only when the ocean transportation intermediary has certified

in writing that it holds a valid license and has performed the following services:  

 

      (A) Engaged, booked, secured, reserved, or contracted directly with the carrier or its agent for space aboard a vessel or

          confirmed the availability of that space.  

 

      (B) Prepared and processed the ocean bill of lading, dock receipt, or other similar document with respect to the shipment.   

 

 

                     Port to Port          Inland or Door to Port
 Type % Base % Base
Trinidad All Cargo 2.5 Total Freight Charges (Note A) 2.5 Total Freight Charges  (Note A)
Dominican Republic All Cargo 2.5 Total Freight Charges (Note A) 1.25 Total Freight Charges  (Note A)
Cayman Islands All Cargo 2.5 Ocean Freight 1.25 Ocean Freight
Cayman Islands LCL 1.25 Ocean Freight 1.25 Ocean Freight
All Other Ports All Cargo 2.5 Ocean Freight 1.25 Ocean Freight

 

Note A: Total freight charges include Ocean Freight, surcharges and accessorial charges assessed by this tariff.

 

2.    Freight Forwarder must be licensed with the Federal Maritime Commission under section 19(a) of the Shipping Act 1984.

 

3.    Commission will not be paid on shipments made in the name of a freight forwarder unless followed by the word "Agent" and the name

of the principal is disclosed to the Carrier, in writing, prior to issuance of the Bill of Lading.  

 

4.   Payment will only be once per shipment.

 

5.     (R, C) Eff 02/05/2005

 

6.    Commission will only be payable for exports from the US, this is not applicable to import shipments to the US.