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MONDO-COMM INTERNATIONAL LLC                                          ORIGINAL TITLE PAGE
                                                                                                            TARIFF NO. 002
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FMC No.: 022176-002
Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier                       Effective Date:    06JUNE2011
                                                                            Published Date:  06JUNE2011                                                                                                    Expiration Date:
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Controlled Status:  N
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TITLE PAGE
TARIFF NO. 002
Governing Rules Tariff
NAMING RULES AND REGULATIONS ON CARGO MOVING
IN CONTAINERS / AND BREAKBULK
BETWEEN
U.S. PORTS AND POINTS
(AS SPECIFIED IN RULE 1)
AND
FOREIGN PORTS AND POINTS
(AS SPECIFIED IN RULE)
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MONDO-COMM INTERNATIONAL LLC is a Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC) licensed by the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) operating under FMC License number 022176.
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NOTICE TO TARIFF USERS
Carrier has opted to be exempt from tariff publication requirements pursuant to 46 C.F.R. §520 and 532. In that respect Carrier has opted for exclusive use of Negotiated Rate Arrangements (“NRAs”) effective this June 6, 2011.

NVOCC NRA means the written and binding arrangement between an NRA shipper and eligible NVOCC to provide specific transportation service for a stated cargo quantity, from origin to destination on and after receipt of the cargo by the Carrier or its agent (originating carrier in the case of through Transportation).

Carrier’s Rules are provided free of charge to Shipper at www.mondollc@optimum.net containing the terms and conditions governing the charges, classifications, rules, regulations and practices of Carrier.

Carrier shall issue quotation sheets, booking confirmations, e-mail communications and other writings (collectively “the writings”) which will constitute an offer by Carrier to Shipper for transportation services pursuant to 46 C.F.R. §520.13 and §532. The terms contained in the writings shall be a valid offer for seven days from the booking date, unless otherwise rescinded by the Carrier prior to receiving Shipper’s cargo. Carrier's or Carrier's agent's receipt of cargo for this shipment constitutes acceptance by Shipper of this offer, and the terms of the NRA shall bind the parties.

Rates may not be modified in an NRA after the time the shipment is received by the Carrier or its agent (including originating carriers in the case of through transportation.
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Published by:
Mondo-Comm International LLC
17 Main Street
Bloomingdale, NJ 07403
 Publishing Officer:  Joseph Esposito
Tel: 973-492-2674



 Tariff Details

Tariff Number:
022176-002
Tariff Title:

MONDO-COMM INTERNATIONAL LLC

Effective:
06JUNE2011
Thru:
None
Expires:
None
Publish:
06JUNE2011
Amendment Type:
IR
Original Issue:
06JUNE2011
Weight Rating:
1,000KGS
Volume Rating:
1CBM
Tariff Type:
Governing Rules Tariff
Certification:
All information contained in this tariff is true, accurate and no

unlawful alterations will be permitted.

 Organization Information
Number:
02216-002
Name:
MONDO-COMM INTERNATIONAL LLC
Type:
Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier
Hdq Country:
USA
Home Office:
17 Main Street

Bloomingdale, NJ 07403


Phone:
973-492-2674
FAX:

Email:























 02216-002:
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 Amendment No.:
 Table of Contents



Effective: 06JUNE2011 Thru: NONE Expires: NONE Publish: 06JUNE2011


Rule 1 – Scope
Rule 1-A – Scope
Rule 1-B – Intermodal Service
Rule 2 – Application of NRA’s and Charges
Rule 2-010 – Packing Requirements
Rule 2-020 – Diversion by Carrier
Rule 2-030 – Mixed Commodities
Rule 2-040 – Container Capacity
Rule 2-050 – Shipper Furnished Container           
Rule 2-060 – Measurement and Weight
Rule 2-070 – Overweight Containers
Rule 2-080 – Shipper’s Load & Count
Rule 2-090 – Diversion by Shipper or Consignee
Rule 2-100 – Mixed Commodities
Rule 2-110 – Restricted Articles
Rule 2-120 – Freight All Kinds
Rule 2-130 - Alternate Rate Service Levels; Economy, Regular, Premium
Rule 2-140 – Alternate Rate Service Level; Carrier Specific
Rule 2-150 – Documentation Fee
Rule 2-160 – AMS Charges
Rule 2-170 – Submission Cargo Declaration                   Data
Rule 3 – Rate applicability
Rule 4 – Heavy Lift
Rule 5 – Extra Length
Rule 6 – Minimum Bill of Lading
Rule 7 – Payment of Freight Charges
Rule 8 – Bill of Lading-Terms & Conditions
Rule 9 – Freight Forwarder Compensation
Rule 10 – Surcharges & Arbitraries
Rule 11 – Minimum Quantity Rate
Rule 12 – Ad Valorem
Rule 13 – Transshipment
Rule 14 – Co-Loading
Rule 15 – Open Rates
Rule 16 – Hazardous Cargo
Rule 17 – Green Salted Hides
Rule 18 – Returned Cargo
Rule 19 – Shippers Request or Complaints
Rule 20 – Overcharge Claims
Rule 21 – Use of Carrier Equipment
Rule 22 – Automobiles
Rule 23 – Carrier Terminal Rules and Charges
Rule 24 – NVOCC Bond and Process Agent
Rule 25 – Certification of Shippers Status
Rule 26 – Reserved for Future Use
Rule 27 – Loyalty Contracts
Rule 28 – Definitions
Rule 29 – Abbreviations, Codes & Symbols
Rule 30 – Access to Tariff Information

























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Amendment No.:

 Rule 1:
 Scope



Effective: 06JUNE2011 Thru: NONE Expires: NONE Publish: 06JUNE2011
Rules and regulations published herein apply BETWEEN United States Atlantic, Gulf, Pacific and Great Lakes Ports, U.S. Territories and Possessions, U.S. Inland Points AND Worldwide Ports and Points as specified in Rule 1.A of this tariff:

U.S. ATLANTIC BASE PORTS (ACBP)
Baltimore, MD
Boston, MA
Charleston, SC
Jacksonville, FL
Miami, FL
New York, NY
Newark, NJ
Norfolk VA
Philadelphia, PA
Savannah, GA
Wilmington, NC
U.S. GULF COAST BASE PORTS: (GCBP)
Houston, TX
New Orleans, LA
U.S. PACIFIC COAST BASE PORTS: (PCBP)
Los Angeles, CA
Long Beach, CA
Oakland, CA
San Francisco, CA
Portland, OR
Seattle, WA
Tacoma, WA
SUBSTITUTED SERVICE AND INTERMODAL SERVICE
A. SUBSTITUTED SERVICE
This provision shall govern the transfer of cargo by trucking or other means of transportation at the expense of the Ocean Carrier. In no event shall any such transfer arrangements be such as to result directly or indirectly in any lessening or increasing of the cost or expense which the shipper would have borne had the shipment cleared through the port originally intended.
B. INTERMODAL SERVICE
Carrier will provide through intermodal service via all combinations of air, barge, motor and rail service.
Intermodal Rates will be shown as single-factor through rates as specified in individual NRA's. Carrier's liability will be determined in accordance with the provisions indicated in their Bill of Lading (Rule 8
herein). Intermodal rates will apply via US Atlantic, Gulf or Pacific Coast Base Ports as specified in the individual NRA of this tariff. Intermodal rates will apply from locations specified in rule 1-B.

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Amendment No.:

 Rule 1-A:
 Worldwide Ports and Points



Effective: 06JUNE2011 Thru: NONE Expires: NONE Publish: 06JUNE2011
Except as otherwise provided, this tariff names rules and regulations applying between USA Ports and Points, and Worldwide Ports and Points named herein. NRAs to and from World Inland Points apply via Base Port Groups as shown below. USA Ports are shown in Rule 1.
1. North East Asia (NEASIA): Rates apply to and from ports and points in the following countries: Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Macau, Mongolia, People's Republic of China, Taiwan (Republic of China), and Russia (USSR). NRA’s to/from inland points apply via the Northeast Asia Base Port Groups,
(NEASIABP), defined as:
PORT GROUP
__________
NEASIABP
BASE PORTS
__________
Hong Kong, HONG KONG, Kobe, Nagoya, Osaka, Tokyo, Yokohmama, JAPAN, Busan, REPUBLIC OF KOREA, Dalian, Fuzhou, Shanghai, Shekou, Tianjin, Xiamen (Hsia Men), PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA, Keelung (Chilung), Kaoshiung, TAIWAN (REPUBLIC OF CHINA), Vostochny, UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS
2. Southeast Asia (SEASIA): NRA’s apply to/from ports and points in the following countries: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam. NRA’s to/from inland points apply via the Southeast Asia Base Port Group (SEASIABP), defined as follows:
PORT GROUP
___________
SEASIABP
BASE PORTS
___________
Jakarta, INDONESIA, Port Kelang, Penang, MALAYSIA, Cebu, Manila, PHILIPPINES, Singapore, SINGAPORE, Bangkok, THAILAND
3. South Asia (SOUTHASIA): NRA’s apply to/from ports and points in the following countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma (Myanmar), India, Maldives, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka. NRA’s to/from inland points apply via the South Asia Base ports (SASIABP), defined as:
PORT GROUP
___________
SOUTHASIABP
BASE PORTS
___________
Chittagong, BANGLADESH,  Bombay (Mumbai), Calcutta (Kolkatta), Madras (Chennai), INDIA, Karachi, Pakistan, Colombo, SRI LANKA
4. Australia, New Zealand and Oceania (ANZOCEANIA): Rates apply to/from ports and points in the following countries:
Australia, Christmas Island, Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, French Polynesia, Johnston Atoll, Kiribati, Pitcairn Islands, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Wallis and Futuna, Western Samoa. Rates to/from inland points apply via the Australia, New Zealand, Oceania Base Port Group (ANZOCEANIABP), defined as:
PORT GROUP
___________
ANZ/OCEANIABP
BASE PORTS
___________
Adelaide, Brisbane, Freemantle, Melbourne, Sydney, AUSTRALIA, Auckland, Christchurch, Lyttleton, Wellington, NEW ZEALAND, Suva, FIJI, Papeete, FRENCH POLYNESIA, Noumea, NEW CALEDONIA, Lae, Port Moresby, PAPUA NEW GUINEA, Honiara, SOLOMON ISLANDS Nukualofa, TONGA Port Vila, VANUATU, Spia, WESTERN SAMOA
5. Middle East (MIDEAST): Rates apply to/from ports and points in the following countries: Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Jordan Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen. Rates to/from inland points apply via the Mideast Base Port Group (MIDEASTBP), defined as:
PORT GROUP
___________
MIDEASTBP
BASE PORTS
___________
Bahrain, BAHRAIN, Bandar Abbas, Bandare Khomeyni, IRAN, Aqaba, JORDAN, Mina Qabus (Muscat), OMAN, Ad Dawhah (Doha), QATAR, Damman and Jeddah, SAUDI ARABIA, Abu Zaby (Abu Dhabi), Dubayy (Dubai), Fujeirah, Jabal Ali, (Jebel Ali), UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, Hodeidah, YEMEN
6. Africa (AFRICA): Rates apply to/from ports and points in the countries shown in the AFRICABP Base Port Group as shown below. NRAs also apply to/from all points in the following African countries: Botswana, Burkina, Burundi, Central African Republic, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Lesotho, Malawi, Mali, Niger, Rwanda, Uganda, Western Sahara, Zambia, Zimbabwe; NRAs to/from inland points in these countries apply via the Africa Base Port Group (AFRICABP), which is defined below. For NRAs to North African countries, see the Mediterranean (MED) Country and Base Port Group.
PORT GROUP
___________
AFRICABP
BASE PORTS
___________
(EAST AND SOUTH AFRICA): Moroni, COMOROS, Djibouti, DJIBOUTI, Mitsiwa, ETHIOPIA, Mombasa, KENYA, Luderitz and Walvis Bay, NAMIBIA, Toamasina and Toliara, MADAGASCAR
Port Louis, MAURITIUS, Beira, Maputo, Nacal MOZAMBIQUE, Mahe, SEYCHELLES, Berbera, Muqdisho (Mogadishu), SOMALIA, Durban, Capetown, SOUTH AFRICA, Bur Sudan (Port Sudan), SUDAN, Dar Es Salaam, Tanga, Zanzibar, TANZANIA, (WEST AFRICA) Lobito, Landana (Luanda), ANGOLA, Cotonou, BENIN, Douala, CAMEROON, Praia, CAPE VERDE ISLANDS, Pointe Noire, CONGO, Libreville, Port Gentil, GABON, Banjul, THE GAMBIA, Accra, Sekondi, Takoradi, Tema, GHANA, Conakry, GUINEA, Bissau, GUINEA BISSAU, Abidjan, IVORY COAST, Monrovia, LIBERIA
Nouakchott, MAURITANIA, Lagos, Port Harcourt, NIGERIA, Dakar, SENEGAL, Freetown, SIERRA LEONE, Lome, TOGO, Matadi, ZAIRE
7. Mediterranean (MED): NRAs apply to/from ports and points in the following countries: Andorra, Algeria, Azores Islands (Portugal), Canary Islands (Spain), Cyprus, Egypt, France, Gibraltar, Greece, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, Madeira (Portugal), Malta, Morocco, Portugal, San Marino, Spain, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, Yugoslavia (including Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovakia). NRAs to/from inland points apply via the Mediterranean Base Ports Group (MEDBP), defined as:
PORT GROUP
____________
MEDBP
BASE PORTS
____________
Alger (Algiers), ALGERIA Ponta Delgada, AZORES (Portugal) Las Palmas, Tenerife, CANARY ISLANDS (Spain) Lemosos (Limassol), CYPRUS Al Iskandariyah (Alexandria), Bur Sa Id (Port Said), EGYPT, Marseilles, France, Piraievs (Pireaus), Thessaloniki (Solonika), GREECE Ashdod, Hefa, ISRAEL
Genova (Genoa), Livorno (Leghorn), ITALY Bayrut (Beirut), LEBANON Funchal, MADEIRA ISLANDS (Portugal) Valletta, MALTA Casablanca, Rabat, Tangier, MOROCCO, Leixoes, Lisboa, Oporto, Portugal
Barcelona, Bilbao, Valencia, SPAIN, Al Ladhiqiyah (Latakia), SYRIA Sfax, Tunis, TUNISIA Mersin, Izmir, Istanbul, TURKEY, Dubrovnik, Koper, Split, YUGOSLAVIA
8. Northern Europe (NEUROPE): NRAs apply to/from ports and points in the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Faroe Islands (Denmark), Finland, France, Germany, Freenland, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Eire), Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Norwary, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom (including England, Guernsey, Jersey, Isle of Man, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales), and the Former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorussia, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgystan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldavia, Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan). NRAs to/from inland points apply via the North Europe Base Port Group (NEUROPEBP), defined as:
PORT GROUP
___________
NEUROPEBP
BASE PORTS
____________
Antwerpen, BELGIUM, Varna, BULGARIA, Aarhus, Copenhagen, DENMARK, Helsinki, Kotka, Turku, FINLAND, Le Havre, France, Bremen, Bremerhaven, Hamburg, GERMANY, Baile Atha Cliath (Dublin), Cork, Galway, Waterford, IRELAND (EIRE), Amsterdam, Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS, Bergen, Oslo, Stavanger, NORWAY, Gdansk, Gdynia, POLAND, Costanta, ROMANIA, Goteborg, Malmo, Stockholm, SWEDEN, Riga, Tallinn, Leningrad (St. Petersburg, Klaipeda, USSR, (UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS) Belfast, Felixstowe, Glasgow, Grangemouth, Liverpool, London, Southampton, UNITED KINGDOM
9. North America: NRAs apply to/from ports and points in Canada and Mexico. NRAs to/from points in Canada apply via the Canada Base Port Group (CANADABP) as shown below. NRAs to/from inland points in Mexico apply via the Mexico Base Ports (MEXICOBP), as shown below:
PORT GROUP
____________
CANADABP
BASE PORTS
____________
St. Johns, Newfoundland, CANADA, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, CANADA, Halifax, Nova Scotia, CANADA, Saint John, New Brunswick, CANADA, Montreal, Quebec, Quebec, CANADA
Toronto, Ontario, CANADA, Vacouver, British Columbia, CANADA
PORT GROUP
___________
MEXICOBP
BASE PORTS
___________
Tampico, Veracruz, MEXICO, Lazaro Cardenas, Manzanillo, Salina Cruz, MEXICO
10. Central America (CAMERICA): NRAs apply to/from ports and points in the following Cental American Countries: Belize, Costa Rico, El Salvador Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama. NRAs to/from inland points apply the Central America Base Port Group (CAMERICABP), defined as:
PORT GROUP
___________
CAMERICABP
BASE PORTS
___________
Belize City, BELIZE, Puerto Limon, COSTA RICA, San Jose, Santo Tomas de Castilla, GUATEMALA
Puerto Henecan, Puerto Cortes, HONDURAS, Corinto, Managua, NICARAGUA, Balboa, Cristobal, Panama City, PANAMA
11. Caribbean Islands (CARIBBEAN): NRA’s applies to/from ports and points in the Caribbean Island Countries named in the Caribbean Base Port Group. NRA’s to/from inland points apply via the Caribbean Base Port Group (CARIBBEANBP), defined as:
PORT GROUP
___________
CARIBBEANBP
BASE PORTS
___________
St. Johns, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, Oranjestad, ARUBA (Netherlands Antilles) Freeport, Nassau, BAHAMAS, Bridgetown, BARBADOS, Hamilton, BERMUDA, Kralendijk (Bonaire), NETHERLANDS ANTILLES, Tortola, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS, Georgetown, CAYMAN ISLANDS, Willemstad, CURACAO (Netherlands Antilles) Roseau, DOMINICA, Santo Domingo, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Saint Georges, GRENADA, Pointe a Pitre, GUADELOUPE, Port Au Prince, HAITI, Kingston, Montego Bay, JAMAICA, Fort de France, MARTINIQUE, Plymouth, MONSTSERRAT, Basseterre, St Kitts/ Nevis
Castries, ST. LUCIA, Kingstown, ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES, Grand Turk Island, TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS, Port of Spain, TRINIDAD
12. South America (SAMERICA): NRA’s apply to/from ports, and points in the following South American Countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela. NRA’s to/from inland points apply via the South America Base Port Group (SAMERICABP), defined as:
PORT GROUP
___________
CARIBBEANBP
BASE PORTS
___________
Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA, Fortaleza, Santos, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL, Antofagasta, Arica, Coquimbo, Iquique, Punta Arenas, Talcahuano, Tocopilla, Tocopilla, CHILE, Barranquilla, Buenaventura, Cartagena, Santa Marta, COLOMBIA, Guayaquil, ECUADOR, Cayenne, FRENCH GUIANA Georgetown, GUYANA, Asuncion, PARAGUAY, Callao, PERU, Paramaribo, SURINAME, Montevideo, URUGUAY La Guaira, Maracaibo, Puerto Cabelllo, VENEZUELA, NRA’s also apply to/from ports and inland points named in the individual NRA’s.


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Amendment No.:

 Rule 1-B:
 Intermodal Service



Effective: 06JUNE2011 Thru: NONE Expires: NONE Publish: 06JUNE2011
Intermodal through rates apply between points in the U.S.


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Amendment No.:

 Rule 2:
 Application of NRAs and Charges



Effective: 06JUNE2011 Thru: NONE Expires: NONE Publish: 06JUNE2011

1.  NRA’s are stated in terms of U.S. Currency and apply per 1 Cubic Meter (M) or 1,000 Kilos (W), as indicated, whichever basis yields the greater revenue, except as otherwise specified.  Where the word “Weight” or the letter “W” appears next to an article or commodity, weight rates are applicable without regard to measurement.  Where the word “Measurement” or the letter “M” appears next to an article or commodity, measurement rates are applicable without regard to weight.

NRA’s and other charges shall be based on the actual gross weight and/or overall measurement of each piece or package, except as otherwise provided.

NRA’s indicated by W/M or WM are optional weight or measurement rates and the rate yielding the greater revenue will be charged.

2.  Except as otherwise provided, all "Port" (i.e., Port-to-Port) rules published herein apply from/to places where the common carrier originates or terminates its actual ocean carriage of cargo.  Tolls, Wharfage, Cost of Landing, and all other expenses beyond the port terminal area are for account of Owner, Shipper or Consignee of the cargo and all such expenses levied in the first instance against the Carrier will be billed in an equal amount to the Owner, Shipper, or     Consignee of the Cargo.

NRA’s are applicable from Inland Points which lie beyond port terminal areas.  Such NRA’s will be shown as single-factor through NRA’s.

Such NRA’s shall be inclusive of all charges pertinent to the transportation of cargo (including intermediate but not Origin or Destination Terminal Charges) and not including Customs clearance assessments or Forwarding Charges, except as provided.

Alternatively, at shipper's request, carrier will arrange for inland transportation as shipper's agent.  All associated costs will be for the account of the cargo.  Overland carriers will be utilized on an availability of service basis and not restricted to any preferred Carriers, except as Ocean Carrier deems necessary to guarantee safe and efficient movement of said cargo.  (See item 16, re: Advanced Charges.)

Carrier shall not be obligated to transport the goods in any particular type of container or by any particular Vessel, Train, Motor, Barge or Air Carrier, or in time for any particular market or otherwise than with reasonable dispatch.  Selection of Water Carriers, Railways, Motor, Barge or Air Carrier used for all or any portion of the transportation of the goods shall be within the sole discretion of the Ocean Carrier.

3.  Packages containing articles of more than one description shall be rated on the basis of the NRA provided for the highest rated articles contained therein.

4.  NRA’s do not include Marine Insurance or Consular fees.

5.  Description of commodities shall be uniform on all copies of the Bill of Lading and MUST be in conformity with the validated United States Export Declaration covering the shipment.  Carrier must verify the Bill of Lading description with the validated United States Export Declaration.  Shipper amendments in the description of the goods will only be accepted if validated by United States Customs.

 Trade names are not acceptable commodity descriptions and shippers are required to declare their commodity by its generally accepted generic or common name.

6.  Unless otherwise specified, when the NRA’s are based on the value of the commodity, such commodity value will be the F.O.B. or F.A.S. value at the port of loading as indicated on the Commercial Invoice, the Custom Entry, the Import/Export Declaration or the Shipper's Certificate of Origin. The F.O.B. value and the F.A.S. value include all expenses up to delivery at the Loading Port.

7.  The NRA shown except where predicated on specifically lower values or on an ad valorem basis, are subject to Bill of Lading limit of value.

8.  Except as otherwise provided, NRA’s apply only to the specific commodity named and cannot be applied to analogous articles.  

9.  Wherever NRA’s are provided for articles named, the same NRA will also be applicable on parts of such articles where so described in the ocean bill of lading, except where specific NRA are provided for such parts.

10. FORCE MAJEURE CLAUSE: "Without prejudice to any rights or privileges of the Carrier's under covering Bills of Lading, dock receipts, or booking contracts or under applicable provisions of law, in the event of war, hostilities, warlike operations, embargoes, blockades, port congestion, strikes or labor disturbances, regulations of any governmental authority pertaining thereto or any other official interferences with commercial intercourse arising from the above conditions and affecting the Carrier's operations, the Carrier reserves the right to cancel any outstanding booking or contract in conformity with Federal Maritime Commission Regulations."

11. When a commodity can properly be carried under more than one tariff item, but which by its nature is clearly influenced by its end use, the freight shall be assessed based on the NRA of the end use commodity, eg: Rubber Gloves, Cotton Gloves, etc. would all be rated under "Gloves, N.O.S." rather than Rubber Goods, Textiles, etc.

 The above does not apply in cases where there is a specific NRA for the commodity in question.

12. When two or more NRA’s may be applicable to a given shipment and one NRA is more specific than the others, the most specific NRA shall apply. One NRA is more specific than another when it describes the commodity being shipped more explicitly, i.e.:  Canned Pineapple is more specific than Canned Fruit or Canned Goods, N.O.S.

An NRA from/to a specific destination is more specific than an NRA to/from a geographic range or zone, (Examples):
An NRA from New York, NY is more specific than an NRA from Atlantic and Gulf Base Ports (AGBP).
An NRA to Yokohama, Japan is more specific than an NRA to Japan Base Ports (JBP).

13. Any Tollage, Wharfage, Handling and/or other charges assessed against the cargo at Ports of Loading/Discharge will be for the account of the cargo. Any Tollage, Wharfage, Handling and/or Charges at Port of Loading in connection with storage, handling and receipt of cargo before loading on the vessel shall be for the account of the cargo.

 Any Additional Charges which may be imposed upon the cargo by Governmental Authorities will be for the account of the cargo.

14. TYPES OF SERVICE PROVIDED

CY/CY (Y/Y)   - The term CY/CY means containers packed by Shippers off Carrier's premises, delivered to Carrier's CY, accepted by Consignee at Carrier's CY and unpacked off Carrier's premises, all at the risk and expense of the cargo.

CY/CFS (Y/S) - The term CY/CFS means containers packed by Shippers off Carrier's premises and delivered to Carrier's CY and unpacked by the Carrier at the destination port CFS, all at the risk and expense of the cargo.

CFS/CFS (S/S) - The term CFS/CFS means cargo delivered to Carrier's CFS to be packed by Carrier into containers and to be unpacked by the Carrier from the containers at Carrier's destination port CFS, all at the risk and expense of the cargo.

CFS/CY (S/Y) - The term CFS/CY means cargo delivered to Carrier's CFS to be packed by Carrier into containers and accepted by Consignee at Carrier's CY and unpacked by the Consignee off Carrier's premises, all at the risk and expense of the cargo.

DOOR (D) - Door Service pertains to the carrier providing inland transportation from/to the shipper's/consignee's designated facilities.

15. SERVICE OPTIONS:
 a. The following service types are available and pertain to rates contained in this tariff.

Container Yard (Y)
The term Container Yard refers to the specific location designated by the carrier where the carrier assembles, holds or stores containers and where containers loaded with goods are received or delivered.

Container Freight Station (S)
The term Container Freight Station means the location designated by the carrier or his authorized agent for the receiving of goods to be stuffed into containers or for the delivery of goods stripped from the containers by the carrier or his agent.

Door (D)
Door Service pertains to the carrier providing inland transportation from/to the shipper's/consignee's designated facilities. Door Service is applicable only where specifically provided in the individual NRA or where specified in an Inland Rate Table.

Ocean Port (O)
Ocean Port rates published herein apply from/to places where the common carrier originates or terminates its actual ocean carriage of cargo at the origin and destination ports. Tolls, Wharfage, Cost of Landing, and all other expenses beyond the port terminal area are for account of the cargo.
b. Any combination of the above services may be offered, i.e.: O/O, O/D, D/D, Y/S, Y/Y, etc.
c. Carrier may also utilize the following terminology to describe its services:
IPI Service, from Asia to USA
The term IPI service means shipments from Ports and Points in Asia discharged by Carrier at US Pacific Coast Base Ports (PCBP) and moved via rail and/or truck to destination inland CFS, CY or Door points in the USA.
MLB Service (Mini Land Bridge), from Asia to USA

The term MLB service means shipments from Ports and Points in Asia discharged by Carrier at US Pacific Coast Base Ports (PCBP) and moved via rail and/or truck to destination CFS or CY at US Atlantic & Gulf Ports.
RIPI Service, from Asia to USA

The term RIPI service means shipments from Ports and Points in Asia discharged by Carrier at US Atlantic Coast Base Ports (ACBP) and moved via rail and/or truck to destination inland CFS, CY or Door points in the USA.

16. ADVANCED CHARGES
Advanced charges on bills of lading for collection from shipper/consignee will be accepted provided such charges do not exceed the amount of freight on the bill of lading, and provided they do not relate in any part to cargo cost and/or ocean freight thereon, but cover only carrying and other legitimate expenses from/to carrier's terminal at bill of lading origin/destination.  Such charges accepted without carrier's responsibility and full risk is for the party requesting such advance.



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 Rule 2-010:
 Packing Requirements



Effective: 06JUNE2011 Thru: NONE Expires: NONE Publish: 06JUNE2011
1.  Except as otherwise provided herein, articles tendered for transportation will be refused for shipment unless in such condition and so prepared for shipment as to render transportation reasonably safe and practicable.  Provisions for the shipment of articles not enclosed in containers does not obligate the Carrier to accept an article so offered for transportation when enclosure in a container is reasonable necessary for protection and safe transportation.

2.  Packages must be marked durably and legibly and must show the port of destination.  All packages must be numbered, which number together with marks and destination must appear on the shipping receipts and Bill of Lading.

3.  Gross weight in pounds and initials of port must be clearly and legibly shown on packages, and on original and copies of dock receipts tendered at time of delivery.

4.  Each package, bundle or piece of freight must be plainly marked with the full or initials of consignee, and the destination must be shown in full to insure proper delivery.  If necessary, corrections must be made by the shipper or his representative. 


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 Rule 2-020:
 Diversion By Carrier



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When the Ocean Carrier discharges cargo at a terminal port other than the port named in the ocean bill of lading, the ocean carrier may arrange, at its option, for movement via rail, truck or water, of the shipment from the port of actual discharge only as indicated hereunder:

1.  To ocean carrier's terminal (motor, rail or water), at port of destination declared on the bill of lading at the expense of the ocean carrier. Carrier may, at their convenience, deliver cargo to ports en-route between Carrier’s discharging terminal and carrier’s delivery terminal provided the NRA’s are already provided for such destinations in individual commodity items.

2.  The ocean carrier may forward cargo direct to a point designated by the consignee, provided the consignee pays the cost which he would normally have incurred either by rail, truck or water, to such point if the cargo has been discharged at the terminal port named in the ocean bill of lading within any commercial zone, such payment by the consignee shall be the cost he would normally have incurred to such point of delivery.

NOTE:  In the event of cargo being discharged at carrier’s convenience at a port other than the port of destination named in the bill of lading, the NRA applicable to the port of destination named in the bill of lading shall be assessed. In no event shall any such transfer or arrangements under which it is performed by such as to result directly or indirectly in any lessening or would have borne had the shipment cleared through the port originally intended.

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 Rule 2-030:
 Mixed Commodity Rates



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Mixed Commodities
Mixed Commodities shall consist of a minimum of two of the named items, no one of which exceeds 90% of the total weight or cube of the shipment.


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 Rule 2-040:
 Container Capacity
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Where rules or rates make reference to capacity of containers, the standard capacity for purpose of freight rating shall be as shown below regardless of the actual capacity.

A. For Dry Containers (Subject to Note 1):
SIZE (IN FEET)                   
W  H L
8' x 9'6" x 45'                        
8' x 9'6" x 40'                        
8' x 9' x 40'                            
8' x 8'6" x 40'                         
8' x 8' x 40'                             
8' x 8'6" x 20'                          
8' x 8' x 20'                              

B. For Reefer Containers (Subject to Note 1):
SIZE (IN FEET)                      
W H L
8' x 8' x 20'                              
8' x 8'6" x 20'                           
8' x 9'6" x 40'                           
8' x 9' x 40'                               
8' x 8'6" x 40'                           
NOTE 1: The combined weight of shipper-loaded cargo and containers with chassis and tractor shall not exceed the over-the-road weight limitation in various States of the USA.


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 Rule 2-050:
 Shipper Furnished Containers





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In lieu of the carrier furnished containers, shippers may offer cargo for ocean transportation in shipper furnished containers subject to the following provisions: 

A. The container must be of body and frame construction acceptable to the carrier and must be manufactured and equipped in accordance with all applicable United States, other local National and International Laws, Regulations and Safety requirements.
B. Shipper furnished containers will be subject to inspection, approval and acceptance for carriage on the carrier’s vessel prior to loading the carrier’s authorized personnel.  Any containers found to be unsuitable will not be accepted for carriage.
C. Each such container and its cargo will be subject to all rates, rules and regulations of this tariff.
D. Shipper furnished containers will be accepted only at loading ports CY and delivered only at destination CY.
E. Shipper will be required by the carrier to submit documentary evidence of ownership or leaseholdership of the container offered for shipment.


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 Rule 2-060:
 Measurement And Weight



Effective: 06JUNE2011 Thru: NONE Expires: NONE Publish: 06JUNE2011
Tariff reference to "W" and "M" signify 1,000 kilos and 1 cubic meter respectively.  Whenever freight charges are assessed on a W/M “weight or measurement” basis or where rates are provided on both a “W” and “M” basis, the freight charges will be computed on the gross weight or the overall measurement of the pieces or packages, whichever computation produces the greater revenue to the Carrier.

1. All packages will be measured in CENTIMETRES and weight in KILOGRAMMES.
2. Rounding off- Dimensions
Where parts of centimeter occur in dimensions, such parts below 0.5 cm. are to be ignored, and those of 0.5 cm. And over are to be rounded off to the centimeter above.
3. Calculating Cubic Measurements
The three dimensions in centimeters (rounded off in accordance with (2)) are to be multiplied together to produce the cube of one package or piece in cubic meters to six decimals.
In case of a single package the decimals are to be rounded off at the second decimal, i.e., if the third decimal is below 5 the second decimal remains unaltered; if the third decimal is 5 or higher the second decimal is to be adjusted upwards.
In the case of multiple packages of like dimensions the cube on one package to six decimals is to be multiplied by the number of packages and the total cube is then to be rounded off to two decimals under the foregoing procedure.
4. OFFICIAL MEASURERS AND WEIGHERS
The straight loaded shipments of consolidator Cargo, stuffed at Carrier's nominated off dock CY locations, does not require measuring/weighing for purposes of confirming volume/weight of cargo.  For such shipments, however, there must be a certificate from an officially appointed Sworn Measurer to confirm the exact location at which the shipment was stuffed into the container.

5. MISDESCRIPTION, UNDERWEIGHTS AND UNDERMEASUREMENT
A. The carrier at loading port will assess freight on the shipments on the basis of the gross weights and/or measurements declared or deemed to have been declared by Shippers.  Such assessment is subject to the terms and conditions of the carrier's Bill of Lading.  Notwithstanding the foregoing.  Carrier may arrange at the port/point of destination for the verification of the description, measurement or weights of all such shipments as they, at their sole discretion, may decide and in all such cases the description, measurements or weights so obtained shall be used for determining the correct amount of freight which has to be paid and expense incurred should be for account of cargo.
B. If the gross weights and/or measurements declared by the Shippers are less than those ascertained and if the Shippers, by notification to the Carrier, within seven (7) days of the vessels sailing from port of loading or the consignees, by notification to the Carrier prior to the shipment leaving the custody of the Carrier, maintain that the gross weights and/or measurements stated by them are correct, freight shall be assessed provisionally on the controllers' figures and subsequently adjusted, if necessary, after an outturn reweighing and/or  re-measuring.  If such outturn re-weighting, re-measuring and/or resurveying shows that the gross weights, measurements and/or description were understated and/or misdeclared by the Shippers, re-measuring and/or resurveying shall be for the account of the cargo.


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 Rule 2-070:
 Overweight Containers



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Shipper/Consignee for CY origin shipments shall be jointly severally and absolutely liable for any fine, penalty or other sanction imposed upon carrier, its agent motor/rail carrier by authority for exceeding lawful over-the-weight limitations in connection with any transportation services provided under this tariff and occasioned by any act of commission or omission of the shipper/consignee, its agent or contractors, and without regard to intent, negligence or any other    factor.  When carrier pays any such fine or penalty and assumes any other cost or burden, arising from such an event, it shall be on behalf of and for benefit of the cargo interest and carrier shall be entitled to full reimbursement therefore upon presentation of an appropriate invoice.  Nothing in this rule shall require carrier, its agents or motor/rail carrier to resist, dispute or otherwise oppose the levy of such a fine, penalty or other sanction and carrier shall not have any liability to the cargo interest should it not do so. Any charges incurred in re-handling cargo to comply with    maximum weight restrictions will be for account of cargo.

The party responsible (i.e., the shipper or the consignee) for the shipment exceeding any lawful    weight limitation shall indemnify and hold the ocean carrier transporting the shipment, its agents and the motor/rail carrier(s), harmless from any and all damages or liability from claims by whomever brought arising in whole or in part from the shipment exceeding any lawful weight limitation.  Such indemnification shall include attorneys' fees and all costs incurred in the defense of such claim(s).



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 Rule 2-080:
 Shipper's Load And Count



Effective: 06JUNE2011 Thru: NONE Expires: NONE Publish: 06JUNE2011
When containers are loaded and sealed by shipper, carrier or its authorized agent will accept same as "Shipper's load and count" and the Bill of Lading shall be so claused, and:

No container will be accepted for shipment if the weight of the contents thereof exceeds the weight carrying capacity of the container.

Carrier will not be directly or indirectly responsible for:
1) Damage resulting from improper loading or mixing of articles in containers, or shipper's use of unsuitable or inadequate protective and securing materials when loading to open-side flat-rack type containers.
2) Any discrepancy in count or concealed damage to articles.
Except as otherwise provided, shipments destined to more than one port of discharge may not be loaded by shipper into the same container.

Except as otherwise provided, materials, including special fittings, and labor required for securing and properly stowing cargo in containers moving in CY service, including but not limited to lashing, bulkheads, cross members, platforms, dunnage and the like must be supplied by shippers and their expense and the carrier shall not be responsible for such materials nor their return after use.  The carrier shall not be liable in any event for any claim for loss or damage to the cargo arising out of improper or inadequate mixing, stuffing, tallying or bracing of cargo within the container.


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