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UWL Inc. Tariff

Tariff Information Record

FMC Org Number020340NF
Tariff Number001
TitleUWL, Inc.
Issue Date01/05/2021
TypeFC- Foreign Commodity Tariff
Weight Rating1000 kg
Volume Rating1 CBM
CurrencyUSD
DescHome Office
NameUWL, Inc.
Address1340 Depot St Ste 200
City:Rocky River, OH 44116
ContactShannon Dillinger
Phone440-895-8212
Location of Tariff: http://www.shipuwl.com/resources/terms-and-conditions/

Scope

RULE: 1 - SCOPE Eff: 01/05/2021

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Rules, regulations and rates published herein apply

BETWEEN United States Atlantic and Gulf Coast Ports

in the Eastport, Maine/Brownsville, Texas Range,

United States Pacific Coast Ports in the Seattle,

Washington/San Diego, California Range, Great Lakes

Ports, Ports in Alaska, Ports in Hawaii and Inland Points

(See Paragraph A) AND Worldwide Ports and Points (See

Paragraph B) and apply BETWEEN Ports and Points in

Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands

AND Worldwide Ports and Points (See Paragraph B):

 

  1. DOMESTIC INTERIOR POINTS:

 

  1. All Points in the following States:

 

Alabama               Maine           Ohio

Arizona               Maryland        Oklahoma

Arkansas              Massachusetts   Oregon

California            Michigan        Pennsylvania

Colorado              Minnesota       Rhode Island

Connecticut           Mississippi     South Carolina

Delaware              Missouri        South Dakota

District of Columbia            Montana         Tennessee

Florida               Nebraska        Texas

Georgia               Nevada          Utah

Idaho                 New Hampshire     Vermont

Illinois              New Jersey      Virginia

Indiana               New Mexico      Washington

Iowa                  New York        West Virginia

Kansas                North Carolina  Wisconsin

Kentucky              North Dakota    Wyoming

Louisiana

 

  1. Points in Alaska and Hawaii

 

  1. Points in Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands

 

SERVICE:

 

Motor/Ocean, Ocean/Motor, Rail/Ocean, Ocean/Rail

and Rail/Motor/Ocean Combinations.

 

INTERCHANGE PORTS:

 

  1. United States Atlantic, Gulf, Pacific and Great Lakes Ports.

 

  1. Ports in Alaska and Hawaii

 

  1. Ports in Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands

 

LIABILITY:

 

Carrier shall be liable to Shipper for Rail and/or

Motor movements in accordance with the terms and

conditions of Carrier's Combined Transport Bill of

Lading.

 

  1. WORLDWIDE PORTS AND POINTS:

 

Continent       - Includes Ports in the Ghent/Hamburg

Range and Inland Points Via such Ports.

 

France/Iberia   - Includes Atlantic Coast Ports in

France and Atlantic Coast Ports in

Spain and Portugal and Inland Points

Via such Ports.

 

United Kingdom  - Includes Ports in England, Scot-

land, Wales, Northern Ireland and

the Republic of Ireland and Inland

Points Via such Ports.

 

Scandinavia     - Includes Ports in Denmark, Iceland,

Finland, Norway, Sweden, and Baltic

Ports in the Kiel/Leningrad Range

and Inland Points Via such Ports.

 

Mediterranean   - Includes Ports in the Mediterranean

Sea in the Gibraltar, Spain/Oran,

Algeria Range, including Ports in

the Adriatic, Aegean and Black Seas

and Islands therein, and Inland

Points Via such Ports.

 

Morocco         - Includes Mediterranean and Atlantic

Ports in Morocco and Inland Points

Via such Ports.

 

Africa          - Includes West, South and East

Africa Ports in the El Asiun/Berbera Range,

exclusive of Berbera and including the Malagasy

Republic and Inland Points Via such

Ports.

 

Middle East     - Includes Ports on the Red Sea, Gulf

of Aden, Arabian Sea, Persian

Gulf and the Gulf of Oman in the

Berbera/Karachi Range inclusive of

Berbera and exclusive of Karachi

and Inland Points Via such Ports.

 

India/Burma     - Includes Ports in the Karachi/

Rangoon Range and those in Sri

Lanka and Inland Points via such

Ports.

 

Far East        - Includes Ports in Japan, Hong Kong,

Philippines, Taiwan, Korea, China,

Kampuchea and Vietnam and Inland

Points Via such Ports.

 

Russia          - Includes All Ports in the Union of

Soviet Socialist Republic not

otherwise named above and Inland

Points Via such Ports.

 

South China Sea - Includes Ports in Malaysia, Singa-

pore and Thailand and Inland Points

Via such Ports.

 

Indonesia       - Includes Ports in Indonesia and

Inland Points Via such Ports.

 

Australasia     - Includes Ports in Australia, New

Zealand, and South Pacific Islands,

and Inland Points Via such Ports.

 

East Coast of

Central America

and Mexico      - Includes East Coast Ports of

Central America and Mexico in

Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Hon-

duras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and

Panama and Inland Points Via such

Ports.

 

East Coast of

South America   - Includes East Coast Ports of

South America in Colombia,

Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana,

Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina and

Inland Points Via such Ports.

 

West Coast of

Central America

and Mexico      - Includes West Coast Ports of

Central America in Mexico,

Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras,

Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama

and Inland Points Via such Ports.

 

West Coast of

South America   - Includes West Coast Ports of South

America in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru

and Chile and Inland Points Via

such Ports.

 

Venezuela       - Includes Ports in Venezuela and

Inland Points Via such Ports.

 

Caribbean       - Includes Ports in the Bahamas,

Caymen Islands, Dominican

Republic, Guadeloupe, Haiti,

Jamaica, Leeward and Windward

Islands, Martinique, Trinidad

and Tobago, Turks and Caicos

Islands and the Virgin Islands

(British) and Inland Points Via

such Ports.

 

Canada          - Includes Ports in Canada and Inland

Points Via such Ports.

 

INLAND POINT(S):        INTERCHANGE PORT(S):

 

Worldwide Points        Worldwide Ports

(As specified above)    (As specified above)

 

  1. INTERMODAL THROUGH RATES:

 

Intermodal through rates published in this tariff

are single factor through rates and apply only from,

to and via the ports and points specifically filed.

 

  1. TRANSFER OF CARGO AT CARRIER'S CONVENIENCE:

 

The following shall govern the transfer of cargo by

trucking or other means of transportation at the

expense of the Ocean Carrier.  Carrier may pick-up

or deliver shipments at a port other than

the originally intended port, for transfer

to another Port of Loading, or to the originally

intended Port of Discharge.  In no event shall any

such transfer or arrangements under which it

is performed 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 loaded or cleared through the port

originally intended.

 

Application of rates and charges

RULE: 2 - APPLICATION OF RATES AND CHARGES Eff: 01/05/2021

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  1. Rates apply from end of ship's tackle at Port of

Loading to end of ship's tackle at Port of Discharge or

From/To Inland Point at Origin/Destination To/From Port

of Loading/Discharge and, unless otherwise specifically

provided, do not include Lighterage, Terminal Handling,

Wharfage or any other Accessorial Charges which are

established by Custom of the Port, by Port or Local

Tariffs or by U.S. Customs.  Any Accessorial Charges

which are assessed against the cargo will be for the

account of the cargo, even if the Carrier is responsible

for the collection thereof.

 

  1. Rates are stated in terms of U.S. Currency and apply

per 1000 Kilos (W) or 1 Cubic Meter (M), as indicated,

whichever 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.

 

All freight rates and other charges shall be based on

the actual gross weight and/or overall measurement of

each piece or package, except as otherwise provided.

 

Rates indicated by WM are optional weight or

measurement rates and the rate yielding the greater

revenue will be charged.

 

  1. Packages containing articles of more than one

description shall be rated on the basis of the rate pro-

vided for the highest rated articles contained therein,

except as otherwise provided in this Tariff.

 

  1. Except as otherwise provided, rates do not include

Marine Insurance or Consular Fees.

 

  1. For Outbound Cargo, description of commodities shall

be uniform on all copies of the Bill of Lading and MUST

be in conformity with the validated United States Custom

Declaration or Export Declaration covering the shipment.

Carrier MUST verify the Bill of Lading description with

the validated United States Custom Declaration, Custom

Entry or Export Declaration including Schedule "B"

Number and Dock Receipt.  Shipper amendments in the

description of the goods will only be accepted if

validated by United States Customs.

 

Trade Names are not acceptable commodity descrip-

tions and Shippers are required to declare their

commodity by its generally accepted generic or common

name.

 

If Shippers are not covered by a Shipper's Export

Declaration as permitted by Export Control Regulations,

Shippers must type on B/L "No SED required as per Rule

30.78" and insert the applicable commodity Schedule B

number in the Line-copy of the Bill of Lading.

 

On Outbound Cargo, for shipment of commodities on

which the applicable rate is determined on the basis of

a value scale, Shippers must insert the value of the

goods as declared for Customs purposes in the Line copy

of the Bill of Lading in addition to the commodity

Schedule B number.

 

  1. Unless otherwise specified, when the rates 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 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.

 

  1. At Shipper's request, rates may be predicated on a

value lower than the Bill of Lading limit of value or on

an Ad Valorem basis.

 

  1. Except as otherwise provided, rates apply only to

the specific commodity named and cannot be applied to

analogous articles.  Unless a commodity is specifically

provided for, the Cargo, N.O.S., Dangerous/Hazardous

Cargo, N.O.S. or Refrigerated Cargo, N.O.S. rate will

apply.  (For definition of Hazardous Cargo, see Rule 16)

 

  1. Wherever rates are provided for named articles,

the same rate will also be applicable on parts

of such articles where so described in the Ocean Bill

of Lading, except where specific rates are provided for

such parts.

 

  1. Unless otherwise provided, Breakbulk and LCL Rates

apply on cargo delivered to Carrier's Terminal.  Con-

tainers are to be picked up at Carrier's CY, and chassis

or flatbed must be provided by the Shipper.

 

  1. 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, regula-

tions 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

if in conformity with the Shipping Act of 1984, the

Ocean Shipping Reform Act of 1998 and Federal Maritime

Commission Regulations, by tariff publication, any

affected rate or rates in order to meet such conditions."

 

  1. For the movement of cargo from/to Inland Points, at

Shipper's request, the Ocean Carrier will arrange for

transportation Via Overland Carrier.  Overland Carriers

will be utilized on an availability of service basis and

NOT restricted to any preferred Carriers, except as

Carrier deems necessary to guarantee safe and efficient

movement of said cargo.

 

Carrier shall NOT be obligated to transport the goods in

any particular type of container or by any particular

Vessel, Train, Motor or Air Carrier, or in time for any

particular market or otherwise than with reasonable

dispatch.  Selection of Water Carriers, Railways, Motor

or Air Carrier used for all or any portion of the

transportation of the goods shall be within the sole

discretion of the Carrier.

 

  1. Commodities which are restricted to "Stowage on

Deck" in accordance with Code of Federal Regulations

(Title 46, Shipping, Parts 146-149) shall be accorded the

rates for Dangerous Cargo.

 

  1. MIXED SHIPMENTS/MIXED COMMODITIES:

 

Where commodity descriptions in this tariff name

more than one commodity, rates shall apply on mixed

shipments of 2 or more of the commodities named, in

any combination thereof.

 

  1. ADVANCE CHARGES - CARRIER ARRANGED SERVICE:

On port-to-port shipments, Shipper may request Carrier

to arrange for pick-up service at origin and/or delivery

service at destination.  Carrier will arrange for pick-up

and/or delivery service and Carrier shall advance all

charges for such services arranged on behalf of

the Shipper.

 

  1. HAZARDOUS CARGO RATES:

 

Except as otherwise provided, TRIs filed in this tariff or NRA’s

apply on Hazardous Cargo ONLY when the TRI Hazard Code

is "HAZ" or Hazardous Cargo is otherwise indicated in NRA.  TRIs with the Hazard Code "NHZ" or NRA absent a

specific Hazard Code may NOT be applied to Hazardous

Cargo unless the specific Commodity Description for

the TRI or NRA applies for Hazardous or Dangerous cargo only.

 

 

Cargo Declaration Rule

RULE: 2.1 - CARGO DECLARATION RULE Eff: 01/05/2021

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  1. Submission of Cargo Declaration Data; Deadline for

Same: All shippers of cargo on board a vessel that will

call in the United States, for U.S. import cargo, and

foreign destination cargo on board a vessel that will

call in the United States, must submit the information

named below regarding such cargo to the Carrier in

writing, including by electronic transmission, not later

than 24 hours prior to the receipt of the cargo by the

Carrier.

 

A1. A precise description of the cargo, or the 6-digit

HTS number under which cargo is classified, and weight

of the cargo or, for a sealed container, the shipper's

declared description and weight of the cargo. The

quantity of cargo shall be expressed in the lowest

external packaging unit. For example, a container

containing 10 pallets with 200 cases shall be described

as 200 cases. Generic descriptions such as "Cargo, NOS",

"FAK", "Freight, All Kinds", "General Cargo",

"Chemicals", "Foodstuffs", and "Said to Contain" are not

acceptable descriptions.

 

A2. Shipper's complete name and address, or the

identification number issued to the shipper by the U.S.

Customs Service upon implementation of the Automated

Commercial Environment ("ACE").

 

A3. Complete name and address of the consignee, owner or

owner's representative, or its ACE identification

number.

 

A4. Internationally recognized hazardous material code

when such materials are being shipped.

 

A5. Seal numbers for all seals affixed to the container.

 

  1. Certain Non-Vessel-Operating Common Carriers:

Non-vessel-operating common carriers ("NVOCCs") that are

licensed by or registered with the FMC and that have

obtained U.S. Customs bonds may submit the required

inbound cargo declaration data directly to the U.S.

Customs Service. For the purpose of this term, an NVOCC

is registered with the FMC if it has been issued an

Organization Number by the FMC, published a valid and

effective tariff, and posted the required financial

security with the FMC.

 

B1. Any FMC licensed or registered NVOCC with a U.S.

Customs bond that tenders cargo that will be on board a

vessel when it calls in the United States and provides

the required cargo declaration data for that cargo

directly to the U.S. Customs Service shall also be

required to fulfill the information requirements of

Paragraph A above, regardless of the fact that the

information has been submitted directly to U.S. Customs.

 

B2. NVOCC Co-Loading: For purposes of this subparagraph,

the term "Master NVOCC" shall mean the NVOCC that is the

customer of the VOCC and tenders co-loaded cargo to the

VOCCC in its name. In the event the Master NVOCC submits

cargo declaration data for co-loaded cargo directly to

the U.S. Customs Service, it shall do so for all NVOCCs

with which it co-loads. In the event the Master NVOCC

does not submit cargo declaration data for co-loaded

cargo directly to the U.S. Customs Service, but NVOCCs

with which it co-loads transmit cargo declaration data

for their cargoes directly to the U.S. Customs Service,

it shall be the obligation of the Master NVOCC to

provide the VOCC with the information described in

paragraph A with respect to all co-loaded cargo tendered

to the VOCC by the Master NVOCC.

 

  1. Failure to Provide Information; Denial of Permission

to Load Cargo:

 

C1. Carrier may refuse to load any cargo tendered to it

for which it has not received the data required by

paragraph A of this Rule.

 

C2. Any and all costs incurred by Carrier with respect

to cargo in its possession which is not loaded due to

the failure to provide information or certification, or

which is not loaded pursuant to the instructions of the

U.S. Customs Service, regardless of whether or not the

required data or certification has been provided for

such cargo, including but not limited to inspection,

storage and/or re-delivery costs, shall be for the

account of the cargo. Carrier shall have a lien on cargo

in its possession for amounts due hereunder and may hold

cargo until such amounts, and any other unpaid freights

or charges, are paid or sell such cargo after a

reasonable period. In the event Carrier is forced to

take legal action to collect amounts due hereunder,

Carrier shall be entitled to recover all costs,

including attorneys' fees, incurred in connection with

such legal action.

 

  1. Indemnification of Carrier: If Carrier is assessed a

civil penalty or denied permission to unload cargo, then

any and all shippers, consignees, cargo owners, NVOCCs

and their agent(s) that failed to provide the

information required by this Rule and/or by the

regulations of the U.S. Customs Service in a complete

and accurate manner shall be jointly and severally

liable to indemnify and reimburse Carrier for any such

penalty and any and all costs incurred by the Carrier as

a result of the denial of permission to unload cargo.

Carrier shall have a lien on cargo in its possession for

amounts due hereunder and may hold cargo until such

amounts, and any other unpaid freights or charges, are

paid or sell such cargo after a reasonable period. In

the event Carrier is forced to take legal action to

collect amounts due hereunder, Carrier shall be entitled

to recover all costs, including attorneys' fees,

incurred in connection with such legal action.

 

 

FDA Prior Notice Rule

RULE: 2.2 - FDA PRIOR NOTICE RULE Eff: 01/05/2021

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  1. Prior Notice and Registration Requirements:

 

Pursuant to regulations effective December 12, 2003

(see 21 C.F.R. Parts 1 and 20), the FDA must be provided

with notice of food that is imported or offered for

import into the United States (i.e., the continental

U.S., Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico) by water at least

eight (8) hours prior to vessel arrival.  The term

"food" means: (i) articles used for food or drink for

man or other animals; (ii) chewing gum; and (iii) and

articles used for components of food or chewing gum (see

21 U.S.C. Sec. 321(f)).  However, the term does not include

meat products, poultry products, and eggs products that

are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the U.S.

Department of Agriculture.  In addition to prior notice

of food shipments, the new FDA regulations require that

U.S. and foreign facilities which are engaged in the

manufacturing/processing, packing, or holding of food

for consumption in the United States ("subject

facilities") register with the FDA.

 

  1. Responsibility for Prior Notice and Registration:

 

It shall be the responsibility of the shipper and/or

consignee named in Carrier's bill of lading

(hereinafter collectively referred to as the

"Cargo Interests"), to ensure that prior

notice of any shipment of food (as that term is

defined in Paragraph A) imported or offered for import

into the U.S. is provided to the FDA in accordance with

applicable regulations and that any subject facility

(other than a subject facility of Carrier) which has

manufactured, processed, packed or held such food

shipment has registered with the FDA in accordance with

applicable regulations.

 

  1. Evidence of Compliance:

 

With respect to any food shipment for which a prior notice

confirmation number ("PN Number") is required to be

provided to the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection

("CBP"), FDA, or any other government agency upon

arrival, it shall be the responsibility of Cargo

Interests to ensure that such PN Number has been

provided to the required agency(ies) and other persons

prior to vessel arrival.  In addition, Cargo Interests

shall be required to provide Carrier with the PN Number

immediately upon written request of Carrier.

 

  1. Failure to Comply:

 

  1. In the event that any food shipment is delayed

or refused entry into the United States due to

the failure to provide adequate prior notice or the

failure of a subject facility to register with the FDA,

it is expected that notice of refusal will be provided

to Carrier by the FDA and/or CBP.  Carrier will use best

efforts to promptly transmit the notice received from

the authorities to the Cargo Interests, who shall be

responsible for transmitting such notice to any other

persons with an interest in the cargo.  Carrier shall

not be liable for any delay in the transmission of, or

failure to transmit, such notice or any consequences

thereof.

 

  1. In the event that any food shipment is delayed

or refused entry into the United States due to

the failure to provide adequate prior notice or the

failure of a subject facility (other than a subject

facility of Carrier) to register with the FDA, or if it

is determined that cargo which should have been refused

entry has been permitted to enter the United States,

then the Cargo Interests shall be jointly and severally

liable to indemnify, hold harmless, and reimburse

Carrier (and by booking a shipment with Carrier do

thereby agree to indemnify, hold harmless and reimburse

Carrier) for any and all costs, expenses, liabilities,

damages, or losses incurred by the Carrier as a result

of such non-compliance including, but not limited to,

costs of complying with orders and directions of FDA

and/or CBP, costs for handling and storing cargo,

demurrage, subsequent transport of the cargo by any mode

of transportation, and fines and penalties.  Carrier

shall have a lien on cargo in its possession for amounts

due hereunder and may hold cargo until such amounts (and

any other unpaid freights or charges) are paid or sell

such cargo after a reasonable period.  In the event

Carrier is forced to take legal action to collect

amounts due hereunder, or to defend any action resulting

from actions or events covered by this indemnification,

Carrier shall be entitled to recover all costs

(including attorneys' fees) incurred in connection with

such legal action.  For purposes of this paragraph, the

indemnification provided to Carrier shall also extend to

its agents, affiliates, contractors, employees,

vessel-sharing partners, slot charterers, vessel owners,

and insurers.

 

 

Customs Inspection/Delay of Container and Cargo

RULE: 2.3 - CUSTOMS INSPECTION/DELAY OF CONTAINER AND CARGO Eff: 01/05/2021

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Should any Customs Service or other governmental authority

order or require cargo to be discharged or unloaded from

container for inspection or examination, or should any

Customs Service or other governmental authority impound,

seize or detain cargo or container for any reason, all

charges and expenses, including any applicable demurrage,

detention or per diem charges, will be for the account of

the cargo. Moreover, Carrier will assume no risk or

liability for the actions or omissions of such Customs

Services, governmental authorities or their agents.

 

Use of NVOCC Negotiated Rate Arrangements

RULE: 2.4 - USE OF NVOCC NEGOTIATED RATE ARRANGEMENTS Eff: 01/05/2021

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Pursuant to 46 CFR Part 520 and 532, Carrier has elected

to move all cargo under Non-Vessel Operating Common

Carrier Negotiated Rate Arrangements (NRA).

 

The writings provided in the Carrier’s rate quotes, rate sheets, rate

matrices, and/or email exchanges between the Carrier and the Shipper

cumulatively contain an offer(s) by Carrier pursuant to 46CFR532.6.

Acceptance of the quotation shall become binding after receipt of the cargo

by Carrier or its agent (or originating carrier in the case of through

transportation). If the terms and conditions contained in the aforementioned

document(s) do not reflect Shipper’s understanding, Shipper must notify

Carrier immediately. Carrier Rules Tariff, provided free of charge at

https://www.shipuwl.com/resources/terms-and-conditions/ contains the terms and conditions which are further

applicable to the shipment.

 

 

Export Services Charge

RULE: 2.5 - EXPORT SERVICES CHARGE Eff: 01/05/2021

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Unless otherwise provided in individual TRIs or NRAs, for

handling and supervision of preparation for export a

charge of $60.00 per shipment will apply. This handing

charge applies ONLY to LCL shipments for consolidation.

For LCL shipments not consolidated, $60.00 will apply.

Handling charge for hazardous cargo by direct or

consolidated service - $50.00.

 

 

Communication Costs

RULE: 2.6 - COMMUNICATION COSTS Eff: 01/05/2021

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Unless otherwise provided in individual TRIs or NRA,

Communication Costs such as telex and telephone will

be charged at:

 

Each Telex     - $35.00

Each Telephone - $5.00

 

 

Customs Entry Fee

RULE: 2.7 - CUSTOMS ENTRY FEE Eff: 01/05/2021

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Unless otherwise provided in individual TRIs or NRA,

the customs entry form preparation fee

shall be $195.00.

 

 

Insurance Fee

RULE: 2.8 - INSURANCE FEE Eff: 01/05/2021

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Unless otherwise provided in individual TRIs or NRA,

the insurance declaration preparation fee is $25.00.

 

 

Letter of Credit Fee

RULE: 2.9 - LETTER OF CREDIT FEE Eff: 01/05/2021

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Unless otherwise provided in individual TRIs or NRA,

for Letter of Credit Shipments an additional charge

of $50.00 will apply for analysis and handling any

shipment under letter of credit.

 

 

Consular Documentation

RULE: 2.10 - CONSULAR DOCUMENTATION Eff: 01/05/2021

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Unless otherwise provided in individual TRIs or NRA,

Consular Documentation will be provided at cost and

will be billed as an Additional Charge, when required.

 

 

Consular Invoice Preparation

RULE: 2.11 - CONSULAR INVOICE PREPARATION Eff: 01/05/2021

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Unless otherwise provided in individual TRIs or NRA,

a Consular Invoice Preparation Fee of $10.00 will

apply when required.

 

 

Certificate of Origin

RULE: 2.12 - CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN Eff: 01/05/2021

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Unless otherwise provided in individual TRIs or NRA,

the fee for preparing certificates of origin, when

required will be $55.00.

 

 

Special Documentation Charge

RULE: 2.13 - SPECIAL DOCUMENTATION CHARGE Eff: 01/05/2021

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Unless otherwise provided in individual TRIs or NRA,

any shipments which require special documents because

of Governmental Regulations can be prepared upon request.

An additional charge of $55.00 for each document will apply.

 

 

Preparation of Drafts for Direct Collection

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Not Applicable

 

 

Preparation of Drafts for Indirect Collection

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Not Applicable

 

 

Free Domicile Fee

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Unless otherwise provided in individual TRIs or NRA,

the Free Domicile Fee shall be $50.00.

 

 

Insurance Coverage

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Unless otherwise provided in individual TRIs or NRA,

upon Shipper's request, Carrier will arrange insurance

coverage at the following charge:

 

$0.40 per $100.00 value (subject to a minimum charge

of $50.00)

 

 

Rate Applicability Rule

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The tariff rates, rules and charges applicable to a

given shipment must be those published or through NRA and in effect

when the cargo is received by the Common Carrier or its

agent (including originating Carriers in the case of

rates for through transportation).

 

 

Heavy Lift

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Not Applicable.

 

 

Extra Length

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Not Applicable.

 

 

Minimum Bill of Lading Charges

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The Minimum Charge per Bill of Lading, unless otherwise

provided in individual TRIs or NRA, shall be the rate applicable

to 1000 Kilos or 1 CBM, W/M, as freighted.

 

 

 

Payment of Freight Charges

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The rates provided herein apply in United States Currency

and all charges must be prepaid in United States Currency

or its equivalent in freely convertible currency.

Collect shipments can be accepted only by prior agreement

in which case the rate of exchange ruling the day of

receipt of cargo by Carrier, in accordance with Rule 3,

shall apply.

 

Full freight and charges to Port of Discharge as defined

in Bill of Lading shall be considered earned and payable

without refund in whole or in part upon receipt of the

goods by the Carrier, vessel and/or cargo lost or not

lost.

 

Except as otherwise provided in this Tariff, all rates

and charges shown herein are to be collected in United

States Currency in the United States not later than the

time of receipt of cargo by Carrier.

 

 

Bills of Lading

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The specimen of bill of Lading terms are provided in

this rule and is an integral part of Carrier's tariff filed

with the Federal Maritime Commission.

 

COMBINED TRANSPORT BILL OF LADING

 

Notwithstanding the heading "Combined Transport Bill of

Lading", the provisions set out and referred to in this

document shall also apply if the transport as described

on the face of the Bill of Lading is performed by one mode

of transport only. Those provisions constitute a contract

between Merchant and Carrier.

 

  1. CLAUSE PARAMOUNT:

 

All carriage under this Bill of Lading to or from the

United States shall have effect subject to the provisions of

the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act of the United States, 46

U.S.C. sections 1300-1315 (hereafter, "COGSA").

All carriage to and from other

states shall be governed by the law of

any state making the Hague Rules or Hague-Visby Rules

compulsorily applicable to this Bill of Lading or if

there be no such law, in accordance with the Hague Rules.

The provision of applicable law as set forth above shall

apply to carriage of goods by inland waterways and reference

to carriage by sea in such rules or legislation shall be

deemed to include reference to inland waterways. Except as

may be otherwise specifically provided herein, said law

shall govern before the goods are loaded on and after they

are discharged from the vessel whether the goods are carried

on deck or under deck and throughout the entire time the

goods are in the custody of the carrier.

 

  1. DEFINITIONS

 

"Ship" means the vessel named in this Bill of Lading,

or any conveyance owned, chartered, towed or operated by

Carrier or used by Carrier for the performance of this

contract.

 

"Carrier" means Carrier Name shown in this tariff record,

on whose behalf this Bill of Lading has been signed.

 

"Merchant" includes the Shipper, the Receiver, the

Consignor, the Consignee, the Holder of this Bill of

Lading and any person having a present or future interest

in the Goods or any person acting on behalf of any of the

above-mentioned persons.

 

"Package" is the largest individual unit of partially

or completely covered or contained cargo made up by or for

the Shipper which is delivered and entrusted to Carrier,

including palletized units and each container stuffed

and sealed by the Shipper or on its behalf, although the

Shipper may have furnished a description of the contents of

such sealed container on this bill of lading.

 

"Container" includes any container, trailer,

transportable tank, lift van, flat, pallet, or any

similar article of transport used to consolidate goods.

 

"Carrier's container or carrier's equipment" includes

containers or equipment owned, leased or used by Carrier

in the transportation of Merchant's goods.

 

"Goods" means the cargo described on the face of this

Bill of Lading and, if the cargo is packed into

containers(s) supplied or furnished by or on behalf of

the Merchant includes the container(s) as well.

 

  1. SUBCONTRACTING

 

Carrier shall be entitled to subcontract directly or

indirectly on any terms the whole or any part of the

handling, storage, or carriage of the goods and all

duties undertaken by Carrier in relation to the goods.

Every servant, agent, subcontractor (including

sub-subcontractors) or other person whose services have

been used to perform this contract shall be entitled to

the rights, exemptions from, or limitations of,

liability, defenses and immunities set forth herein.

For these purposes, Carrier shall be

deemed to be acting as agent or trustee for such

servants, agents, subcontractors, or other persons who

shall be deemed to be parties of this contract.

 

  1. ROUTE OF TRANSPORT

 

Carrier is entitled to perform the transport in any

reasonable manner and by any reasonable means, methods

and routes. The Ship shall have the liberty, either with or

without the goods on board, to at any time, adjust

navigational instruments, make trial trips, dry dock, go

to repair yards, shift berths, take in fuel or stores,

embark or disembark any persons, carry contraband and

hazardous goods, sail with or without pilots and save or

attempt to save life or property. Delays resulting from such

activities shall not be deemed a deviation.

 

  1. HINDRANCES AFFECTING PERFORMANCE:

 

Carrier shall use reasonable endeavors to complete

transport and to deliver the goods at the place designated

for delivery.

 

If at any time the performance of this contract as

evidenced by this Bill of Lading in the opinion of

Carrier is or will be affected by any hindrance, risk,

delay, injury, difficulty or disadvantage of any kind,

including strike, and if by virtue of the above it has

rendered or is likely to render it in any way unsafe,

impracticable, unlawful, or against the interest of

Carrier to complete the performance of the contract.

Carrier, whether or not the transport is

commenced, may without notice to Merchant elect to: (a)

treat the performance of this contract as terminated and

place the goods at Merchant's disposal at any place

Carrier shall deem safe any convenient, or (b) deliver

the goods at the place of delivery.

 

In any event, Carrier shall be entitled to, and Merchant

shall pay, full freight for any goods received for

transportation and additional compensation for extra

costs and expenses resulting from the circumstances referred

to above.

 

If, after storage, discharge, or any actions according

to sub-part 5.2 above Carrier makes arrangements to store

and/or forward the goods, it is agreed that he shall do

so only as agent for and at the sole risk and expense of

Merchant without any liability whatsoever in respect

of such agency.

 

Carrier, in addition to all other liberties provided for

in this Article, shall have liberty to comply with orders,

directions, regulations or suggestions as to navigation

or the carriage or handling of the goods or the ship

howsoever given, by any actual or purported government or

public authority, or by any committee or person having under

the terms of any insurance on the Ship, the right to give

such order, direction, regulation, or suggestion. If by

reason of and/or in compliance with any such order,

direction, regulation, or suggestions, anything is done or

is not done the same shall be deemed to be included within

the contract or carriage and shall not be a deviation.

 

  1. BASIC LIABILITY

 

Carrier shall be liable for loss of or damage to the

goods occurring between the time when it takes goods into

its custody and the time of delivery but shall not be liable

for any consequential or special damages arising from such

loss or damage.

 

If it is established that the loss or damage to the

goods occurred during sea carriage or during carriage by

land in the United States, liability shall be governed by

the legal rules applicable as provided in Section 1 of

this Bill of Lading.

 

If it cannot be determined when the loss of or damage to

the goods occurred; liability shall be governed as provided

in Section 6.2 above.

 

Carrier does not undertake that the goods shall be

delivered at any particular time or for any particular

market and shall not be liable for any direct or indirect

losses caused by any delay.

 

Carrier shall not be liable for any loss or damage

arising from:

 

an act or omission of Merchant or person other than

Carrier acting on behalf of Merchant from whom

Carrier took the goods in charge,

 

compliance with the instructions of any person

authorized to give them,

 

handling, loading, stowage, or unloading of the goods

by or on behalf of Merchant,

 

inherent vice of the goods or concealed damage to

shortage of goods packed by Merchant,

 

lack or insufficiency of, or defective condition of

packing in the case of goods, which by their nature

are liable to wastage or damage when not packed or when

not properly packed,

 

insufficiency or inadequacy of marks or numbers on

the goods, coverings or unit loads,

 

fire, unless caused by actual fault or privity of

Carrier,

 

any cause or event which Carrier could not avoid and

the consequence of which he could not prevent by the

exercise of due diligence.

 

When Carrier pays claims to Merchant, Carrier shall

automatically be subrogated to all rights of Merchant

against all others, including Inland Carriers, on

account of the losses or damages for which such claims are

paid.

 

The defenses and limits of liability provided for in

this Bill of Lading shall apply in any action or claim

against Carrier relating to the goods, or the receipt,

transportation, storage or delivery thereof, whether

the action be founded in contract, tort or otherwise.

 

  1. COMPENSATION FOR LOSS AND DAMAGE

 

Unless otherwise mandated by compulsorily applicable law

or the provisions of Article 6.3, Carrier's liability for

compensation for loss of or damage to goods shall in no

case exceed the amount of US $500.00 per package or per

customary freight unit, unless Merchant, with the consent of

Carrier, has declared a higher value for the goods in the

space provided on front of this Bill of Lading and paid

extra freight per Carrier's tariff, in which case such

higher value shall be the limit of Carrier's liability. Any

partial loss or damage shall be adjusted per rata on the

basis of such declared value. Where a container is stuffed

by Shipper or its behalf, and the container is sealed when

received by Carrier for shipment. Carrier's liability will

be limited to US $500.00 with respect to the contents of

each such container, except when the Shipper declares

the value on the face hereof and pays additional charges

on such declared value as stated in Carrier's tariff.

The freight charged on sealed containers when no

higher evaluation is declared by the

Shipper is based on a value of US $500.00 per

container. However, Carrier shall not, in any case, be

liable for an amount greater than the actual loss to the

person entitled to make the claim. Carrier shall have

the option of replacing lost goods or repairing damaged

goods.

 

In any case where Carrier's liability for compensation

may exceed the amounts set forth in Section 7.1 above

compensation shall be calculated by reference to the

value of the goods according to their current market

price, at the time and place they are delivered, or

should have been delivered, in accordance with this

contract.

 

If the value of the goods is less than US$500.00 per

package or per customary freight unit, their value for

compensation purposes shall be deemed to be the invoice

value, plus freight and insurance, if paid.

 

Carrier shall not be liable to any extent for any loss

or damage to or in connection with precious metals, stones,

or chemicals, jewelry, currency, negotiable, instruments,

securities, writings, documents, works of art, curios,

heirlooms, or any other valuable goods, including goods

having particular value only for Merchant, unless the

true nature and value of the goods have been declared in

writing by Merchant.

 

Before receipt of the goods by the Carrier or Inland

Carrier, the same is inserted on the face of this Bill

of Lading and additional freight has been paid as required.

 

Carrier will not arrange for insurance on the goods

except upon express instructions from the Consignor and then

only at Consignor's expense and presentation of a

declaration of value for insurance purposes prior to

shipment.

 

  1. DESCRIPTION OF GOODS AND INFORMATION FOR U.S. CUSTOMS

 

Carrier is responsible for transmitting information to

U.S. Customs and Border Protection prior to lading of the

Goods including, without limitation, precise commodity

descriptions, numbers and quantities of the lowest

external packaging unit, the shipper's complete name and

address, the consignee's or the owner's representative's

complete name and address, hazardous materials codes,

and container seal numbers. For this, and other purposes,

Carrier relies on information provided by Merchant in a

timely fashion. Merchant warrants to Carrier that all

particulars of the goods including without limitation

the precise descriptions, marks, number, quantity, weight,

seal numbers, identities of shipper and consignee and

hazardous materials codes furnished by Merchant are

correct and Merchant shall indemnify Carrier against all

claims, penalties, losses or damages arising from any

inaccuracy.

 

  1. CARRIER'S CONTAINERS

 

If goods are not received by Carrier already in

containers, Carrier may pack them in any type container.

Merchant shall be liable to Carrier containers or

equipment if such damage occurs while such equipment is

in control of Merchant or his agents. Merchant indemnifies

Carrier for any damage or injury to persons or property

caused by Carrier's containers or equipment during

handling by or when in possession or control of Merchant.

 

  1. CONTAINER PACKED BY MERCHANT

 

If Carrier receives the goods already packed into

containers:

 

This Bill of Lading is prima face evidence of the

receipt of the particular number of containers set

forth, and that number only. Carrier accepts no

responsibility with respect to the order and

condition of the contents of the containers;

 

Merchant warrants that the stowage and seals of the

containers are safe and proper and suitable for

handling and carriage and indemnifies Carrier for any

injury, loss or damage caused by breach of this warranty;

 

Delivery shall be deemed as full and complete performance

when the containers are delivered by Carrier with the

seals intact, and

 

Carrier has the right but not the obligation to open

and inspect the containers at any time without notice to

Merchant, and expenses resulting from such inspections

shall be borne by Merchant; and

 

Merchant shall inspect containers, before stuffing

them and the use of the containers shall be prima face

evidence of their being sound and suitable for use.

 

  1. DANGEROUS GOODS

 

Merchant may not tender goods of a dangerous nature

without written application to Carrier and

Carrier's acceptance of the same.

In the application, Merchant must identify the

nature of the goods with reasonable specificity as well

as the names and addresses of the shippers and consignees.

 

Merchant shall distinctly and permanently mark the

nature of the goods on the outside of the package and

container in a form and manner as required by law and

shall submit to Carrier or to the appropriate

authorities all necessary documents required by law

or by Carrier for the transportation of such goods.

 

If the goods subsequently, in the judgement of Carrier,

become a danger to Carrier, the Ship, or other cargo.

Carrier may dispose of the goods without compensation to

Merchant and Merchant shall indemnify Carrier for any

loss or expenses arising from such action.

 

  1. DECK CARGO

 

Carrier has the right to carry the goods in any

container under deck or on deck. Carrier is not

required to note "on deck stowage" on the face of

this Bill of Lading and goods so carried

shall continue under deck stowage for all

purposes including General Average. Except as otherwise

provided by any law applicable to this contract, if this

Bill of Lading states that the cargo is stowed on deck,

then Carrier shall not be liable for any non-delivery,

misdelivery, delay or loss to goods carried on deck,

whether or not caused by Carrier's negligence or the ship's

unseaworthiness.

 

  1. HEAVY LIFT

 

Single packages with a weight exceeding 2,240 pounds gross

not presented to Carrier in enclosed containers must be

declared in writing by Merchant before receipt of the

packages by Carrier. The weight of such packages must be

clearly and durably marked on the outside of the package

in letters and figures not less than two inches high.

 

If Merchant fails to comply with the above provisions,

Carrier shall not be liable for any loss of or damage to

the goods, persons or property, and Merchant shall be liable

for any loss of or damage to persons or property resulting

from such failure and Merchant shall indemnify Carrier

against any loss or liability suffered or incurred by

Carrier as a result of such failure.

 

Merchant agrees to comply with all laws or regulations

concerning overweight containers and Merchant shall

indemnify Carrier against any loss or liability suffered

or incurred by Carrier as a result of Merchant's failure to

comply with such laws or regulations.

 

  1. DELIVERY

 

Carrier shall have the right to deliver the goods at any

time and at any place designated by Carrier within the

commercial or geographic limits of the port of discharge

or place of delivery shown in this Bill of Lading.

Carrier's responsibility shall cease when delivery has

been made to Merchant, any person authorized by Merchant

to receive the goods, or in any manner or to any other

person in accordance with the custom and usage of the

port of discharge or place of delivery. If goods should

remain in Carrier's custody after discharge

from the ship and possession is not taken by

Merchant, after notice, within the time allowed in

Carrier's applicable tariff, the goods may be considered to

have been delivered to Merchant or abandoned at Carrier's

option, and may be disposed of or stored at Merchants

expense.

 

  1. NOTICE OF CLAIM

 

Written notice of claims for loss of or damage to goods

occurring or presumed to have occurred while in the

custody of Carrier must be given to Carrier at the port of

discharge before or at the time of removal of the goods by

anyone entitled to delivery. If such notice is not provided,

removal shall be prima face evidence of delivery by

Carrier.

If such loss or damage is not apparent, Carrier must be

given written notice within 3 days of the delivery.

 

  1. FREIGHT AND CHARGES

 

Freight may be calculated on the basis of the

particulars of the goods furnished

by Merchant, who shall be deemed to

have guaranteed to Carrier the accuracy of the contents,

weight, measure, or value as furnished by him at the time of

receipt of the goods by the Carrier or Inland Carrier, but

Carrier for the purpose of ascertaining the actual

particulars may at any time and at the risk and

expense of Merchant open the

container or package and examine the contents weight,

measure, and value of the goods. In case of incorrect

declaration of the contents, weight, measure, and or

value of the goods, Merchant shall be liable for and

bound to pay Carrier:

(a) the balance of freight between the freight

charged and that which would have been due had the

correct details been given, plus

(b) expenses incurred in determining

the correct details, plus

(c) as liquidated and ascertained damages,

an additional sum equal to the correct freight.

Quotations as to fees, rates of duty, freight charges,

insurance premiums or other charges given

by Carrier to Merchant are for informational purposes only

and are subject to change without notice and shall not under

any circumstances be binding upon Carrier unless Carrier in

writing specifically undertakes the handling of

transportation of the shipment at a specific rate and

that rate is filed n Carrier's tariff.

 

Freight shall be deemed earned on receipt of goods by

Carrier, the goods lost or not lost, whether the freight

is intended to be prepaid or collected at destination.

Payment shall be in full and in cash without any offset,

counterclaim, or deduction in the currency named in the

Bill of Lading, or another currency at Carrier options.

Interest at 1% per month shall run from the date when

freight and charges are due. Payment of freight charges

to a freight forwarder, broker or anyone other than

directly to carrier shall not be deemed payment to the

Carrier. Merchant shall remain liable for all

charges hereunder notwithstanding any extension of

credit to the freight forwarder or broker

by Carrier. Full freight shall be paid on damaged or

unsound goods.

 

Merchant shall be liable for dues, fees, duties, fines,

taxes and charges, including consular fees, levied on

the goods. Merchant shall be liable for return freight and

charges on the goods if they are refused export or

import by any government. Merchant shall be liable for all

demurrage or detention charges imposed on the goods or their

containers by third parties.

 

The Shipper, consignee, holder hereof, and owner of the

goods, and their principals, shall be jointly and

severally liable to Carrier for the payment of all freight

and charges, including advances and shall, in any referral

for collection or action for monies due to Carrier, upon

recovery by Carrier, pay the expenses of collection and

litigation, including reasonable attorneys' fees. This

provision shall apply regardless of whether the front of

this bill of lading has been marked "prepaid" or

"freight prepaid" so long as freight and charges remain

unpaid.

 

The Shipper, consignee, holder hereof, and owner of the

goods, and their principals, shall jointly and severally

indemnify Carrier for all claims, fines, penalties,

damages, costs and other amounts which may be incurred or

imposed upon Carrier by reason of any breach of any of the

provisions of this Bill of Lading or of any statutory or

regulatory requirements.

 

  1. LIEN

 

Carrier shall have a general lien on any and all

property (and documents relating thereof) of Merchant in its

possession, custody or control or en route, for all

claims for charges, expenses or advance incurred by Carrier

in connection with this shipment, or any previous shipment,

of Merchant, the goods, wares and or merchandise or so much

as may be necessary to satisfy such lien and the costs of

recovery, and apply the net process of such sale to the

payment of the amount due Carrier. Any surplus from such

sale shall be transmitted to Merchant, and Merchant

shall be liable for any deficiency in the sale.

 

  1. TIME BAR

 

Carrier shall be discharged from all liability for loss

of or damage to goods unless suit is brought within one (1)

year after delivery of the goods of the date when the

goods should have been delivered. Suit shall not be deemed

brought against Carrier until jurisdiction shall have been

obtained over Carrier by service of summons. The time bar

for overcharge claims shall be 36 months.

 

  1. JURISDICTION

 

The courts of the State of Ohio shall have exclusive

jurisdiction over any dispute arising from the carriage

evidenced by this Bill of Lading. Merchant and Carrier

each hereby agree to the personal jurisdiction of the forum

having jurisdiction over their disputes under this

clause.

Except as otherwise provided in this Bill of Lading, the

laws of the State of Ohio shall apply.

 

  1. GENERAL AVERAGE

 

General Average shall be adjusted at New York, or any

other port at Carrier's option, according to the

York-Antwerp Rules of 1994. The General Average statement

shall be prepared by adjusters appointed by Carrier.

 

In the event of accident, damage, danger or disaster

after commencement of the voyage resulting from any cause

whatsoever, whether due to negligence or not, for the

consequence of which Carrier is not responsible by

statute, contract or otherwise, Merchant shall contribute

with Carrier in General Average to the payment of any

sacrifice, loss or expense of a General Average nature

that may be made or incurred, and shall pay salvage or

special charges incurred in respect of the goods. If a

salving vessel is owned or operated by Carrier,

salvage shall be paid for us as fully as if they

salving vessel belonged to strangers.

 

  1. BOTH-TO-BLAME COLLISION CLAUSE

 

If the ship comes into collision with another vessel as

a result of negligence of the other vessel and any

negligence or fault on the part of Carrier or its servants

or subcontractors, Merchant shall indemnify Carrier against

all loss or liability to the other or non-carrying vessel or

her owners.  Insofar as such loss or liability represents

loss of or damage to or any claim whatsoever of Merchant

paid or payable by the other or non-carrying

vessel or her owners to Merchant and set-off,

recouped or recovered by the other or

non-carrying vessel or her owners as part of their

claim against the carrying ship or her owner. This provision

shall apply as well where the owners, operators or those

in charge of any ship or ships or objects other than, or in

addition to, the colliding ships or objects are at fault

with respect to a collision or contact.

 

  1. CARRIERS' TARIFFS

 

The goods carried under this Bill of Lading are also

subject to all the terms and conditions of tariff(s)

published pursuant to the regulations of the United

States Federal Maritime Commission or any other

regulatory agency which governs a particular

portion of the carriage and the terms are

incorporated herein as part of the terms and

conditions of this Bill of Lading. Copies of Carrier's

tariffs may be obtained from Carrier or its agents or

from Carrier's website, the address of which is

set forth on the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission's

website at www.fmc.gov.

 

  1. PERISHABLE CARGO

 

Goods of a perishable nature shall be carried in

ordinary containers without special protection

services or other measures unless there is noted

on the reverse side of this

Bill of Lading that the goods will be carried in a

refrigerated, heated, electrically ventilated or

otherwise specially equipped container or are to

receive special attention in any way. Carrier

shall not be liable for any loss of or damage to

goods in a special hold or container

arising from latent defects, breakdown, or stoppage of

the refrigeration, ventilation or heating machinery,

insulation, ship's plant, or other such apparatus of

the vessel or container provided that Carrier

shall before or at the beginning of

the transport exercise due diligence to

maintain the special hold or container in an efficient

state.

 

Merchant undertakes not to tender for transportation any

goods that require refrigeration without given written

notice of their nature and the required temperature

setting of the thermostatic controls before receipt of the

goods by Carrier. In case of refrigerated containers packed

by or on behalf of Merchant, Merchant warrants that the

goods have been properly stowed in the container and that

the thermostatic controls have been adequately set before

receipt of the goods by Carrier.

 

Merchant's attention is drawn to the fact that refrigerated

containers are not designed to freeze down cargo which has

not been presented for stuffing at or below its designated

carrying temperature. Carrier shall not be responsible

for the consequences of cargo tendered at a higher

temperature than that required for the transportation.

 

If the above requirements are not compiled with, Carrier

shall not be liable for any loss of or damage to the

goods whatsoever.

 

  1. SEVERABILITY

 

The terms of this Bill of Lading shall be severable,

and, if any part or terms hereof shall be held invalid,

such holding shall not affect the validity or

enforceability of any other part of term hereof.

 

  1. VARIATION OF THE CONTRACT

 

No servant or agent shall have power to waive or vary

any of the terms hereof unless such variation is in

writing and is specifically authorized or ratified in

writing by Carrier.

 

 

Freight Forwarder Compensation

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PAYMENT OF COMPENSATION:

 

APPLICABLE ONLY ON CARGO ORIGINATING IN THE UNITED

STATES:

 

  1. Compensation to a Licensed Ocean Freight Forwarder

will be paid in connection with any shipment dis-

patched on behalf of others when, and only when,

such Forwarder is licensed with the Federal

Maritime Commission under Section 19 (a) of the

Shipping Act of 1984 and the Ocean Shipping Reform

Act of 1998 and has certified in writing

that it holds a valid license and has performed the

following services:

 

  1. 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.

 

  1. Prepared and processed the Ocean Bill of Lading,

Dock Receipt, Consular Documents and Export

Declarations or other similar document with

respect to the shipment.

 

  1. Carrier will not pay compensation for services

described in Paragraph (1), more than once on the

same shipment.  Freight Forwarder Compensation

cannot be paid on any shipment for which Ocean

Brokerage is payable.

 

  1. Carrier will not knowingly pay compensation on a

shipment in which the Forwarder has a direct or

indirect beneficial interest.

 

  1. The amount of compensation will be: 1.25%.

 

  1. Compensation will not be due or payable on the

following:

 

  1. Advance Charges.
  2. Temporary Freight Charges or Emergency

Surcharges.

  1. Bulk Cargoes and Lumber exempted from the posting

requirements of the Shipping Act, 1984 and the

Ocean Shipping Reform Act of 1998.

  1. Military Sealift Command or Military Traffic

Management Command Cargoes.

  1. Currency Adjustments.

 

 

Surcharges and Arbitraries

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For Surcharges and Arbitraries, apply the following

Subrules.

 

 

Inspection Fee

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All shipments will be subject to a fee of $15.00 per hour

for inspection and loading supervision at pier.

 

 

Container Stuffing Charge

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Unless otherwise provided in individual TRIs or NRA,

a Container Stuffing Charge of $600.00 per container

will apply for receiving and unloading freight in the

warehouse from one Shipper to one Destination for one

Consignee and reloading into ocean container for export.

 

 

Container Service Charge

RULE: 10.3 - CONTAINER SERVICE CHARGE Eff: 01/05/2021

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Unless otherwise provided in individual TRIs or NRA,

a Container Service Charge applies to full container

load (FCL) movements ONLY. When UWL arranges positioning

at Shipper's location and Inland/Ocean movement of UWL

will provide Deck Receipt, Ocean Bill of Lading and if

required, prepare shippers export declaration - $125.00

per container.

 

 

Minimum Quantity Rates

RULE: 11 - MINIMUM QUANTITY RATES Eff: 01/05/2021

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When two or more TRIs or are named for the same commodity

over the same route and under similar conditions, and

the application is dependent upon the quantity of the

commodity shipped, the total freight charges assessed

against the shipment may not exceed the total charges

computed for a larger quantity, if the TRI specifying

a required minimum quantity (either weight or

measurement per container or in containers), will

be applicable to the contents of the container(s),

and if the minimum set forth is met or exceeded.  At

the shipper's option, a quantity less than the minimum

level may be freighted at the lower TRI if the weight

or measurement declared for rating purposes is increased

to the minimum level.

 

 

Ad Valorem Rates

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  1. The liability of the Carrier as to the value of

shipments at the rates herein provided shall be

determined in accordance with the clauses of the

Carrier's regular Bill of Lading form.

 

  1. If the Shipper desires to be covered for a valuation

in excess of that allowed by the Carrier's regular Bill

of Lading form, the Shipper must so stipulate in

Carrier's Bill of Lading covering such shipments and

such additional liability only will be assumed by the

Carrier at the request of the Shipper and upon payment of

and additional charge based on the total declared

valuation in addition to the stipulated rates applying to

the commodities shipped as specified herein.

 

  1. Where value is declared on any piece or package in

excess of the Bill of Lading limit of value of $500.00,

the ad valorem rate, specifically provided against the

item, shall be three (3.0%) percent of the total value

declared and is in addition to the base TRI rate.

 

 

Transshipment

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Not Applicable.

 

 

Co-Loading in Foreign Commerce

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Co-loading is the combining of cargo, in the import or

export foreign commerce of the U.S. by two or more

NVOCC's for tendering to an Ocean Carrier under the

name of one or more of the NVOCC's.

 

EXTENT OF

ACTIVITY:    Carrier participates in co-loading agree-

ments on a Carrier to Carrier relationship.

Carrier shall notify Shipper of such action

by annotating each applicable Bill of Lading

with the identity of any other NVOCC with

which its cargo has been co-loaded.

 

and/or

 

Carrier participates in co-loading on a

Shipper/Carrier relationship meaning the

receiving NVOCC issues a Bill of Lading to

the tendering NVOCC for carriage of the

co-loaded cargo.  Carrier shall co-load

cargo at its discretion and shall notify

Shipper of such action by annotating each

applicable Bill of Lading with the identity

of any other NVOCC with which its shipment

has been co-loaded.  Where Carrier is the

tendering NVOCC, Carrier shall be

responsible to the receiving NVOCC for

payment of any charges for the

transportation of the cargo.

 

LIABILITY:   Carrier's liability to the Shipper shall be

as specified on the Shipper's Bill of Lading

regardless of whether or not the cargo has

been co-loaded.

 

 

Open Rates in Foreign Commerce

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Not Applicable.

 

 

Hazardous Cargo

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  1. Explosives, Inflammables, or other Dangerous and

Hazardous Cargo, or cargo of an objectionable nature,

are subject to Carrier's option of acceptance and to

special booking arrangements.

 

  1. In the event the authorities at destination take the

position that cargo is corrosive, inflammable, explosive

or injurious, the owners of such cargo shall take

delivery immediately when vessel, whether in berth or

not, is ready to discharge same, otherwise vessel, with-

out any further notice (and notwithstanding any custom

of the port to the contrary), may discharge such cargo

into lighter or other conveyance at the risk of the

owners of such cargo, all expenses beyond vessel's

tackle, including lighterage and/or transportation

incurred in conveying such cargo to the warehouse or

place designated by the port authorities or the storage

or reception of same, to be for account of the

Consignees, and/or owners and/or Shippers of such cargo.

 

  1. The transportation of Explosives will be governed by

the United States Code of Federal Regulations, i.e. CFR

Title 46, Shipping Parts 146-149 as revised or superseding

regulations, and to the extent applicable, the

International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMCO)

published by the International Maritime Organization,

4 Albert Embankment, London, England SE1 7SR as listed

below:

 

Class 1.  Explosives.

  1. Gases; Compressed, Liquified or Dissolved

under Pressure.

  1. Inflammable Liquids.
  2. Inflammable Solids.
  3. Oxidizing Substances and Organic Peroxide.
  4. Poison and Infectious Substances.
  5. Radioactive Substances.
  6. Corrosives.
  7. Miscellaneous Dangerous Substances.

 

 

Green Salted Hides in Foreign Commerce

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Not Applicable.

 

 

Returned Cargo in Foreign Commerce

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Not Applicable.

 

 

Shippers Requests in Foreign Commerce

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Any Shipper may transmit his requests and complaints as

hereinafter defined to the Carrier in writing by mail,

courier, facsimile or telex.  Requests and Complaints are

to be sent directly to the Carrier at the address shown

in the Tariff Record.

 

As used in this Tariff, the phrase "Requests and Com-

plaints" means any communication requesting a change in

tariff rates, rules or regulations; objecting to rate

increase or other tariff charges; and protests against

erroneous billings due to an incorrect commodity classification,

incorrect weight or measurement of cargo, or

other implementation of the tariff.  Routine requests for

rate information, sailing schedules, space availability

and the like are not included in the foregoing.

 

 

Overcharge Claims

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  1. All claims for adjustment of freight charges must be

presented to the Carrier in writing at the address shown

in the Tariff Record within three (3) years after the

date of receipt of shipment by Carrier (in accordance

with Rule 3).  Any expenses incurred by the Carrier

in connection with its investigation of the claim shall

be borne by the party responsible for the error, or, if

no error be found, by the Claimant.

 

  1. Claims for freight rate adjustments will be acknowledged

by the Carrier within 20 days of receipt by

written notice to the Claimant of all governing tariff

provisions and Claimant's rights under the Shipping Act

of 1984 and the Ocean Shipping Reform Act of 1998.

 

  1. Claims seeking the refund of freight overcharges

may be filed in the form of a complaint with the Federal

Maritime Commission, Washington, D.C. 20573, pursuant to

Section 11(g) of the Shipping Act of 1984 and the Ocean

Shipping Reform Act of 1998.  Such claims must be

filed within three years of the date of receipt

of shipment by Carrier (in accordance with Rule 3).

 

 

Use of Carrier Equipment

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Carrier provides no equipment of its own.  Should Shipper

or Consignee request the use of underlying Carrier's

equipment for loading or unloading, all charges assessed

against the equipment by the underlying Vessel-Operating

Common Carrier shall be for the account of the cargo.

 

 

Automobile Rates in Domestic Offshore Commerce

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Not Applicable.

 

 

Carrier Terminal Rules and Charges

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Not Applicable.

 

 

NVOCC’s in Foreign Commerce: Bonds & Agents

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  1. BONDING OF NVOCCs:

 

  1. Carrier has furnished the Federal Maritime

Commission proof of financial responsibility as

required by 46 CFR 515.22 to ensure the

financial responsibility of the Carrier

for the payment of any judgement for

damages arising from its transportation-

related activities, order for reparations or

penalties assessed pursuant to the Shipping Act

of 1984, as modified by The Ocean Shipping Reform

Act of 1998.

 

  1. Bond No. 2020100106

 

  1. Name of Surety Company that issued the bond:

 

American Alternative Insurance Corp.

(A Delaware Corporation)
555 College Road East

PO Box 5241

Princeton, NJ 08543

 

  1. RESIDENT AGENT:

 

  1. Carrier's legal agent for the service of judicial

and administrative process, including subpoenas

is as shown in Paragraph 3 below.  In any

instance in which the designated legal agent

cannot be served because of death, disability or

unavailability, the Secretary, Federal Maritime

Commission will be deemed to be the Carrier's

legal agent for service of process.

 

  1. Service of administrative process, other than

subpoenas, may be affected upon the legal agent

by mailing a copy of the documents to be served

by certified or registered mail, return receipt

requested.

 

  1. Name and Address of Resident Agent:

 

UWL, Inc.

1340 Depot St Ste 200

Rocky River, OH 44130

 

 

Certification of Shipper Status in Foreign Commerce

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  1. In accordance with the Non-Vessel-Operating Common

Carrier Amendments of 1990, Public Law 98-237, 98 Stat.

56, and 46 CFR Sec. 515.27, each Shipper who is a

Non-Vessel-Operating Common Carrier ("NVOCC") shall

provide to Carrier prior to tendering any shipment,

evidence as may be acceptable to the Carrier and the

Federal Maritime Commission ("FMC") that such NVOCC is

tariffed and bonded as required by Section 8 and 19 of

the Shipping Act of 1984, as amended and the Ocean

Shipping Reform Act of 1998.

 

  1. If any Non-Vessel-Operating Common Carrier provides

a false or misleading certification to Carrier, either

of its status or of it having posted a tariff and filed

a surety bond with the FMC, it shall be liable to

Carrier for any fines, penalties or damages sustained

by Carrier due to Carrier transporting cargo in

violation of Public Law 98-237.

 

 

Time/Volume Rates in Foreign Commerce

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Time/Volume Rates (TVR) in this tariff shall be as

specified in individual commodity descriptions and TRI's or NRA’s

referenced as Time/Volume Rates, in accordance with

46 C.F.R. Section 520.12 and subject to the terms and

conditions below.

 

General Terms:

 

  1. a) Once a Time/Volume Rate is accepted by one shipper,

it shall remain in effect for the time specified,

without amendment; and

 

  1. b) Shipper notices and shipment records supporting a

Time/Volume Rate will be maintained by the carrier

for five years after any shipper's use of a

Time/Volume Rate has ended.

 

Agreement for Time/Volume Rates

 

We, (insert company name) of which head office is located

in (insert company address) wish to accept Time Volume

Rate No. (insert TVR No.) which is offered by (insert

(Carrier Name) (hereinafter "Carrier") as per local and

intermodal freight tariff No. 001.

 

Contact: (insert name)  Phone: (insert phone number)

 

We agree to place the TVR No. on the body of each bill

of lading issued and agree that bills of lading which

do not bear the TVR No. will not be counted toward the

required minimum and that such shipments shall be rated

at the applicable tariff rate.

 

We further agree to place our name as shipper and/or

consignee (not notify party) in full style on each

bill of lading and that any bill of lading which has

a name other than as shown herein shall not be counted

toward any tvr requirement.

 

Name: (insert name)

 

Title: (insert title)

 

Date: (insert date)

 

This enrollment is acknowledged by Carrier. Your

enrollment number is (insert TVR No.).

 

Name: (insert name)

 

Title: (insert title)

 

Date: (insert date)

 

Enrollment must be in the name of the shipper or

consignee making the application. Carrier shall notify

shipper/consignee of the enrollment number assigned.

 

This Time/Volume Rates agreement is made as of (insert

date), and it includes the following terms:

 

  1. Term:

 

This TVR agreement shall become effective for the

period specified in the commodity description and TVR

referring hereto for application. For the purpose

of determining whether or not a cargo movement occurs

during the term of this TVR agreement, the pertinent

date shall be the date when the full bill of lading

quantity has been received by the carrier.

 

  1. Minimum/Maximum Volume:

 

The shipper shall tender for shipment to Carrier

during the term of this TVR agreement a

Minimum/Maximum cargo as specified in

the commodity description and TVR referring hereto for

application.

 

  1. Scope:

 

This TVR agreement covers container transportation

and related service from (or at) Carrier's nominated

receiving facilities at the origin port(s) and

point(s) to (or at) Carrier's nominated delivery

facilities at the destination port(s) and point(s)

for which there are rates in the TVR referring

hereto for application. The commodities covered by

this TVR are those in the commodity description

referring hereto for application.

 

  1. Rates:

 

The rates for this TVR agreement are contained in

the TVR referring hereto for application.

 

  1. Failure to meet minimum volume requirements:

 

Cargo shall be rated at the applicable TVR. If the

shipper/consignee fails to tender the minimum volume

commitment specified in the individual TVR, the

carrier shall re-rate the cargo at the otherwise

applicable tariff rate and invoice the shipper/

consignee and shipper/consignee agree to pay deficit

charges on the difference between the freight charges

actually paid and the freight charges applicable due

to the re-rating. The total of any amounts due

hereunder shall be paid directly to the carrier

within thirty (30) days following written notification

by the carrier.

 

  1. Verification:

 

Each original bill of lading for a shipment under

the individual TVR shall bear the TVR No. contained

on the application of TVR in an appropriate column

such as shipper or consignee column. The shipment

records which will be maintained to support the

individual TVR are the respective bills of lading

and any notices. The record keeping officer shall be:

 

(insert name and address)

 

The record keeping officer shall also be the person

to respond to a request for shipment records under

46 C.F.R. 520.

 

  1. Other conditions in general:

 

  1. i) Shipments shall be counted toward only one (1) TVR.

 

  1. ii) Beyond its obligations as a common carrier, the

carrier makes no commitment to any defined service

level, such as assured space, transit time, port

rotation or similar service feature.

 

Carrier                      Shipper

 

By: (insert name)            By: (insert name)

 

Title: (insert title)        Title: (insert title)

 

Date: (insert date)          Date: (insert date)

 

___________________          ___________________

(Signature)                  (Signature)

 

 

 

Loyalty Contracts in Foreign Commerce

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Not Applicable.

 

 

Definitions

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FCL - means Full Container Load

 

FOREIGN DESTINATION PORT GROUP - means all destination

ports in foreign countries as described in Rule 1.B.

 

FOREIGN DEST POINT GROUP - means all destination points

in foreign countries as described in Rule 1.B.

 

FOREIGN ORIGIN POINT GROUP - means all origin points in

foreign countries as described in Rule 1.B.

 

FOREIGN ORIGIN PORT GROUP - means all origin ports in

foreign countries as described in Rule 1.B.

 

LCL - means Less Than Full Container Load

 

NRA – means Negotiated Rate Agreement

 

TRI - means Tariff Rate Item which includes the Origin,

Destination, Rate Basis, Rate, Effective Date,

Expiration Date, Filing Date, Symbol and Shipment Codes

applicable to a specific rate item.

 

US DESTINATION POINT GROUP - means all destination

points in the United States as described in Rule 1.A.

 

US DESTINATION PORT GROUP - means all destination

ports in the United States as described in Rule 1.

 

US ORIGIN POINT GROUP - means all origin points in the

United States as described in Rule 1.A.

 

US ORIGIN PORT GROUP - means all origin ports in the

United States as described in Rule 1.

 

 

Symbols

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RATE BASIS                      HAZARD CODES

AV    Ad Valorem                A     IMO Stow Category A

EA    Each (As Defined)         B     IMO Stow Category B

LS    Lump Sum                  C     IMO Stow Category c

M     Measure                   D     IMO Stow Category D

MBF   1000 Board Feet           E     IMO Stow Category E

PC    Per Container             HAZ   Hazardous

W     Weight                    NHZ   Non-Hazardous

WM    Weight/Measure            N/A   Not Applicable

 

CONTAINER SIZES, TYPES, TEMPERATURES AND SERVICE TYPES

 

SIZES

 

20/20GP       20FT

40/40GP       40FT  8'6"

40H/40HC 40FT  9'6" HIGH CUBE

40X      40FT  ANY HEIGHT

45X      45FT  ANY HEIGHT

 

TYPES

 

AC     Atmosphere Control       OT     Open Top

DF     Drop Frame               PC     Dry

FB     Flat Bed                 PL     Platform

FR     Flat Rack                RE     Reefer

GC     Garment Container        TC     Tank

HH     Half Height              TL     Top Loader

IN     Insulated                TR     Trailer

N/A    Non-Containerized        VR     Vehicle Racks

Cargo/Not Applicable

 

TEMPERATURE                     SERVICE

AC   Artificial Atmosphere

Control                   D      Door

CLD  Chilled                    M      Motor

FRZ  Frozen                     R      Rail Yard

HTD  Heated                     S      Container Freight

N/A  Not Applicable/Not                 Station

Operating                U      Rail Siding

RF   Refrigerated               X      Team Tracks

VEN  Ventilated                 Y      Container Yard

 

SYMBOL   EXPLANATION

 

A........Increase

C........Change in wording which results in neither

Increase nor Reduction

E........Expiration

I........New or Initial Matter

R........Reduction

P........Extension of Service to Additional Port(S)

S........Special Case Matter

T........Terminal Rates, Charges or Provisions over which

carrier has no control

W........Same Day Withdrawal of Erroneous Data

X........Exemption for Controlled Carrier Date in

U.S./Bilateral Trades

x.......Times (Measurement to Weight Ratio Factor)

%.......Percent

'.......Foot (Feet)

".......Inch(es)

&.......And

$.......Dollar(s)

/.......or (Per)

 

INLAND TRANSPORTATION MODES     WEIGHT

 

B    Barge                      KG(S) Kilograms

M    Motor                      KT    1000 Kgs (Metric Ton)

MB   Motor/Barge                LB(S) Pounds

MR   Motor/Rail                 LT    Long Ton (2240 LBS)

N/A  Not Applicable             ST    Short Ton (2000 LBS)

R    Rail

RB   Rail/Barge

 

VOLUME                          LENGTH, WIDTH AND HEIGHT

 

CBM    Cubic Meter              CM    Centimeters

CFT    Cubic Feet               FT    Feet

IN    Inches

M     Meters

 

 

Access to Tariff Information

RULE: 30 - ACCESS TO TARIFF INFORMATION Eff: 01/05/2021

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In accordance with 46 C.F.R. Section 520.9, Carrier's

tariff is available for public inspection at tariff

publisher's internet website.  This internet tariff

location is listed on the Federal Maritime Commission's

website, at www.fmc.gov, pursuant to 46 C.F.R. Section

520.3(e).

 

Requests for assistance with tariff access should

be directed to:

 

UWL, Inc.
1340 Depot St Ste 200
Rocky River, OH 44116
(440)895-8212

 

 

Seasonal Discontinuance

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Not Applicable.

 

 

Military Cargo Terms

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Not Applicable.

 

 

Project Rates

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Not Applicable.

 

 

Terminal Tariffs

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Not Applicable.

 

 

Location Groups

Foreign Destination Point Group (DO)

GROUP: FOREIGN DEST POINT GROUP Eff: 01/05/2021

Group NameFOREIGN DEST POINT GROUP
Org/Dest CodeD
Port(P) Point(O) CodeO
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Cities:AFGHANISTAN
 ALBANIA
 ALGERIA
 ANDORRA
 ANGOLA
 ANGUILLA
 ANTARCTICA
 ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
 ARGENTINA
 ARUBA
 ASHMORE AND CARTIER ISLANDS
 AUSTRALIA
 AUSTRIA
 BAHAMAS THE
 BAHRAIN
 BAKER ISLAND
 BANGLADESH
 BARBADOS
 BASSAS DA INDIA
 BELGIUM
 BELIZE
 BENIN
 BERMUDA
 BHUTAN
 BOLIVIA
 BOTSWANA
 BOUVET ISLAND
 BRAZIL
 BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
 BRUNEI
 BULGARIA
 BURKINA
 BURMA
 BURUNDI
 CAMBODIA
 CAMEROON
 CANADA
 CAPE VERDE
 CAYMAN ISLANDS
 CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
 CHAD
 CHILE
 CHINA
 CHRISTMAS ISLAND
 CLIPPERTON ISLAND
 COCOS (KEELING) ISLANDS
 COLOMBIA
 COMOROS
 CONGO
 COOK ISLANDS
 CORAL SEA ISLANDS
 COSTA RICA
 CUBA
 CYPRUS
 CZECHOSLOVAKIA
 DENMARK
 DJIBOUTI
 DOMINICA
 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
 ECUADOR
 EGYPT
 EL SALVADOR
 EQUATORIAL GUINEA
 ERITREA
 ETHIOPIA
 EUROPA ISLAND
 FALKLAND ISLANDS (ISLAS MALVIN
 FAROE ISLANDS
 FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
 FIJI
 FINLAND
 FRANCE
 FRENCH GUIANA
 FRENCH POLYNESIA
 FRENCH SOUTHERN AND ANTARCTIC
 GABON
 GAMBIA THE
 GAZA STRIP
 GERMANY
 GHANA
 GIBRALTAR
 GLORIOSO ISLANDS
 GREECE
 GREENLAND
 GRENADA
 GUADELOUPE
 GUATEMALA
 GUERNSEY
 GUINEA
 GUINEA BISSAU
 GUYANA
 HAITI
 HEARD ISLAND AND MCDONALD ISLA
 HONDURAS
 HONG KONG
 HOWLAND ISLAND
 HUNGARY
 ICELAND
 INDIA
 INDONESIA
 IRAN
 IRAQ
 IRAQ SAUDI ARABIA NEUTRAL ZONE
 IRELAND
 ISRAEL
 ITALY
 IVORY COAST
 JAMAICA
 JAN MAYEN
 JAPAN
 JARVIS ISLAND
 JERSEY
 JOHNSTON ATOLL
 JORDAN
 JUAN DE NOVA ISLAND
 KENYA
 KINGMAN REEF
 KIRIBATI
 KOREA DEMOCRATIC PEOPLES REP
 KOREA REPUBLIC OF
 KUWAIT
 LAOS
 LEBANON
 LESOTHO
 LIBERIA
 LIBYA
 LIECHTENSTEIN
 LUXEMBOURG
 MACAU
 MADAGASCAR
 MALAWI
 MALAYSIA
 MALDIVES
 MALI
 MALTA
 MAN ISLE OF
 MARSHALL ISLANDS
 MARTINIQUE
 MAURITANIA
 MAURITIUS
 MAYOTTE
 MEXICO
 MIDWAY ISLANDS
 MONACO
 MONGOLIA
 MONTSERRAT
 MOROCCO
 MOZAMBIQUE
 NAMIBIA
 NAURU
 NAVASSA ISLAND
 NEPAL
 NETHERLANDS
 NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
 NEW CALEDONIA
 NEW ZEALAND
 NICARAGUA
 NIGER
 NIGERIA
 NIUE
 NORFOLK ISLAND
 NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS
 NORWAY
 OMAN
 PAKISTAN
 PALMYRA ATOLL
 PANAMA
 PAPUA NEW GUINEA
 PARACEL ISLANDS
 PARAGUAY
 PERU
 PHILIPPINES
 PITCAIRN ISLANDS
 POLAND
 PORTUGAL
 QATAR
 REUNION
 ROMANIA
 RWANDA
 SAN MARINO
 SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE
 SAUDI ARABIA
 SENEGAL
 SEYCHELLES
 SIERRA LEONE
 SINGAPORE
 SOLOMON ISLANDS
 SOMALIA
 SOUTH AFRICA
 SOUTH GEORGIA AND THE SOUTH SA
 SPAIN
 SPRATLY ISLANDS
 SRI LANKA
 ST HELENA
 ST KITTS AND NEVIS
 ST LUCIA
 ST PIERRE AND MIQUELON
 ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES
 SUDAN
 SURINAME
 SVALBARD
 SWAZILAND
 SWEDEN
 SWITZERLAND
 SYRIA
 TAIWAN
 TANZANIA UNITED REPUBLIC OF
 THAILAND
 TOGO
 TOKELAU
 TONGA
 TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
 TROMELIN ISLAND
 TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
 TUNISIA
 TURKEY
 TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS
 TUVALU
 UGANDA
 UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPU
 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
 UNITED KINGDOM
 URUGUAY
 VANUATU
 VATICAN CITY
 VENEZUELA
 VIETNAM
 WAKE ISLAND
 WALLIS AND FUTUNA
 WEST BANK
 WESTERN SAHARA
 WESTERN SAMOA
 YEMEN
 YUGOSLAVIA
 ZAIRE
 ZAMBIA
 ZIMBABWE

 

Foreign Destination Port Group (DP)

GROUP: FOREIGN DESTINATION PORT GROUP Eff: 01/05/2021

Group NameFOREIGN DESTINATION PORT GROUP
Org/Dest CodeD
Port(P) Point(O) CodeP
Effective01/05/2021
Filed01/05/2021
Filing CodesI
Cities:ALBANIA
 ALGERIA
 AMERICAN SAMOA
 ANGOLA
 ANGUILLA
 ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
 ARGENTINA
 ARUBA
 AUSTRALIA
 BAHAMAS THE
 BAHRAIN
 BANGLADESH
 BARBADOS
 BELGIUM
 BELIZE
 BENIN
 BERMUDA
 BOLIVIA
 BRAZIL
 BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
 BRUNEI
 BULGARIA
 BURMA
 CAMBODIA
 CAMEROON
 CANADA
 CAPE VERDE
 CAYMAN ISLANDS
 CHILE
 CHINA
 COLOMBIA
 COMOROS
 CONGO
 COOK ISLANDS
 COSTA RICA
 CUBA
 CYPRUS
 CZECHOSLOVAKIA
 DENMARK
 DJIBOUTI
 DOMINICA
 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
 ECUADOR
 EGYPT
 EL SALVADOR
 EQUATORIAL GUINEA
 ERITREA
 ETHIOPIA
 FALKLAND ISLANDS (ISLAS MALVIN
 FAROE ISLANDS
 FIJI
 FINLAND
 FRANCE
 FRENCH GUIANA
 FRENCH POLYNESIA
 GABON
 GAMBIA THE
 GERMANY
 GHANA
 GIBRALTAR
 GREECE
 GREENLAND
 GRENADA
 GUADELOUPE
 GUATEMALA
 GUINEA
 GUINEA BISSAU
 GUYANA
 HAITI
 HONDURAS
 HONG KONG
 HUNGARY
 ICELAND
 INDIA
 INDONESIA
 IRAN
 IRELAND
 ISRAEL
 ITALY
 IVORY COAST
 JAMAICA
 JAPAN
 JERSEY
 JOHNSTON ATOLL
 JORDAN
 KENYA
 KIRIBATI
 KOREA DEMOCRATIC PEOPLES REP
 KOREA REPUBLIC OF
 KUWAIT
 LEBANON
 LIBERIA
 LIBYA
 LUXEMBOURG
 MACAU
 MADAGASCAR
 MALAYSIA
 MALTA
 MAN ISLE OF
 MARSHALL ISLANDS
 MARTINIQUE
 MAURITANIA
 MAURITIUS
 MEXICO
 MIDWAY ISLANDS
 MONACO
 MONTSERRAT
 MOROCCO
 MOZAMBIQUE
 NAMIBIA
 NAURU
 NETHERLANDS
 NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
 NEW CALEDONIA
 NEW ZEALAND
 NICARAGUA
 NIGERIA
 NIUE
 NORFOLK ISLAND
 NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS
 NORWAY
 OMAN
 PAKISTAN
 PANAMA
 PAPUA NEW GUINEA
 PARAGUAY
 PERU
 PHILIPPINES
 POLAND
 PORTUGAL
 QATAR
 REUNION
 ROMANIA
 SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE
 SAUDI ARABIA
 SENEGAL
 SEYCHELLES
 SIERRA LEONE
 SINGAPORE
 SOLOMON ISLANDS
 SOMALIA
 SOUTH AFRICA
 SPAIN
 SRI LANKA
 ST HELENA
 ST KITTS AND NEVIS
 ST LUCIA
 ST PIERRE AND MIQUELON
 ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES
 SUDAN
 SURINAME
 SWEDEN
 SWITZERLAND
 SYRIA
 TAIWAN
 TANZANIA UNITED REPUBLIC OF
 THAILAND
 TOGO
 TONGA
 TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
 TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
 TUNISIA
 TURKEY
 TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS
 TUVALU
 UGANDA
 UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPU
 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
 UNITED KINGDOM
 UNITED STATES
 URUGUAY
 VANUATU
 VENEZUELA
 VIETNAM
 YEMEN
 YUGOSLAVIA
 ZAIRE

 

Foreign Origin Point Group (OO)

GROUP: FOREIGN ORIGIN POINT GROUP Eff: 01/05/2021

Group NameFOREIGN ORIGIN POINT GROUP
Org/Dest CodeO
Port(P) Point(O) CodeO
Effective01/05/2021
Filed01/05/2021
Filing CodesI
Cities:AFGHANISTAN
 ALBANIA
 ALGERIA
 ANDORRA
 ANGOLA
 ANGUILLA
 ANTARCTICA
 ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
 ARGENTINA
 ARUBA
 ASHMORE AND CARTIER ISLANDS
 AUSTRALIA
 AUSTRIA
 BAHAMAS THE
 BAHRAIN
 BAKER ISLAND
 BANGLADESH
 BARBADOS
 BASSAS DA INDIA
 BELGIUM
 BELIZE
 BENIN
 BERMUDA
 BHUTAN
 BOLIVIA
 BOTSWANA
 BOUVET ISLAND
 BRAZIL
 BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
 BRUNEI
 BULGARIA
 BURKINA
 BURMA
 BURUNDI
 CAMBODIA
 CAMEROON
 CANADA
 CAPE VERDE
 CAYMAN ISLANDS
 CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
 CHAD
 CHILE
 CHINA
 CHRISTMAS ISLAND
 CLIPPERTON ISLAND
 COCOS (KEELING) ISLANDS
 COLOMBIA
 COMOROS
 CONGO
 COOK ISLANDS
 CORAL SEA ISLANDS
 COSTA RICA
 CUBA
 CYPRUS
 CZECHOSLOVAKIA
 DENMARK
 DJIBOUTI
 DOMINICA
 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
 ECUADOR
 EGYPT
 EL SALVADOR
 EQUATORIAL GUINEA
 ERITREA
 ETHIOPIA
 EUROPA ISLAND
 FALKLAND ISLANDS (ISLAS MALVIN
 FAROE ISLANDS
 FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
 FIJI
 FINLAND
 FRANCE
 FRENCH GUIANA
 FRENCH POLYNESIA
 FRENCH SOUTHERN AND ANTARCTIC
 GABON
 GAMBIA THE
 GAZA STRIP
 GERMANY
 GHANA
 GIBRALTAR
 GLORIOSO ISLANDS
 GREECE
 GREENLAND
 GRENADA
 GUADELOUPE
 GUATEMALA
 GUERNSEY
 GUINEA
 GUINEA BISSAU
 GUYANA
 HAITI
 HEARD ISLAND AND MCDONALD ISLA
 HONDURAS
 HONG KONG
 HOWLAND ISLAND
 HUNGARY
 ICELAND
 INDIA
 INDONESIA
 IRAN
 IRAQ
 IRAQ SAUDI ARABIA NEUTRAL ZONE
 IRELAND
 ISRAEL
 ITALY
 IVORY COAST
 JAMAICA
 JAN MAYEN
 JAPAN
 JARVIS ISLAND
 JERSEY
 JOHNSTON ATOLL
 JORDAN
 JUAN DE NOVA ISLAND
 KENYA
 KINGMAN REEF
 KIRIBATI
 KOREA DEMOCRATIC PEOPLES REP
 KOREA REPUBLIC OF
 KUWAIT
 LAOS
 LEBANON
 LESOTHO
 LIBERIA
 LIBYA
 LIECHTENSTEIN
 LUXEMBOURG
 MACAU
 MADAGASCAR
 MALAWI
 MALAYSIA
 MALDIVES
 MALI
 MALTA
 MAN ISLE OF
 MARSHALL ISLANDS
 MARTINIQUE
 MAURITANIA
 MAURITIUS
 MAYOTTE
 MEXICO
 MIDWAY ISLANDS
 MONACO
 MONGOLIA
 MONTSERRAT
 MOROCCO
 MOZAMBIQUE
 NAMIBIA
 NAURU
 NAVASSA ISLAND
 NEPAL
 NETHERLANDS
 NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
 NEW CALEDONIA
 NEW ZEALAND
 NICARAGUA
 NIGER
 NIGERIA
 NIUE
 NORFOLK ISLAND
 NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS
 NORWAY
 OMAN
 PAKISTAN
 PALMYRA ATOLL
 PANAMA
 PAPUA NEW GUINEA
 PARACEL ISLANDS
 PARAGUAY
 PERU
 PHILIPPINES
 PITCAIRN ISLANDS
 POLAND
 PORTUGAL
 QATAR
 REUNION
 ROMANIA
 RWANDA
 SAN MARINO
 SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE
 SAUDI ARABIA
 SENEGAL
 SEYCHELLES
 SIERRA LEONE
 SINGAPORE
 SOLOMON ISLANDS
 SOMALIA
 SOUTH AFRICA
 SOUTH GEORGIA AND THE SOUTH SA
 SPAIN
 SPRATLY ISLANDS
 SRI LANKA
 ST HELENA
 ST KITTS AND NEVIS
 ST LUCIA
 ST PIERRE AND MIQUELON
 ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES
 SUDAN
 SURINAME
 SVALBARD
 SWAZILAND
 SWEDEN
 SWITZERLAND
 SYRIA
 TAIWAN
 TANZANIA UNITED REPUBLIC OF
 THAILAND
 TOGO
 TOKELAU
 TONGA
 TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
 TROMELIN ISLAND
 TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
 TUNISIA
 TURKEY
 TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS
 TUVALU
 UGANDA
 UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPU
 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
 UNITED KINGDOM
 URUGUAY
 VANUATU
 VATICAN CITY
 VENEZUELA
 VIETNAM
 WAKE ISLAND
 WALLIS AND FUTUNA
 WEST BANK
 WESTERN SAHARA
 WESTERN SAMOA
 YEMEN
 YUGOSLAVIA
 ZAIRE
 ZAMBIA
 ZIMBABWE

 

 

Foreign Origin Port Group (OP)

GROUP: FOREIGN ORIGIN PORT GROUP Eff: 01/05/2021

Group NameFOREIGN ORIGIN PORT GROUP
Org/Dest CodeO
Port(P) Point(O) CodeP
Effective01/05/2021
Filed01/05/2021
Filing CodesI
Cities:ALBANIA
 ALGERIA
 AMERICAN SAMOA
 ANGOLA
 ANGUILLA
 ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
 ARGENTINA
 ARUBA
 AUSTRALIA
 BAHAMAS THE
 BAHRAIN
 BANGLADESH
 BARBADOS
 BELGIUM
 BELIZE
 BENIN
 BERMUDA
 BOLIVIA
 BRAZIL
 BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
 BRUNEI
 BULGARIA
 BURMA
 CAMBODIA
 CAMEROON
 CANADA
 CAPE VERDE
 CAYMAN ISLANDS
 CHILE
 CHINA
 COLOMBIA
 COMOROS
 CONGO
 COOK ISLANDS
 COSTA RICA
 CUBA
 CYPRUS
 CZECHOSLOVAKIA
 DENMARK
 DJIBOUTI
 DOMINICA
 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
 ECUADOR
 EGYPT
 EL SALVADOR
 EQUATORIAL GUINEA
 ERITREA
 ETHIOPIA
 FALKLAND ISLANDS (ISLAS MALVIN
 FAROE ISLANDS
 FIJI
 FINLAND
 FRANCE
 FRENCH GUIANA
 FRENCH POLYNESIA
 GABON
 GAMBIA THE
 GERMANY
 GHANA
 GIBRALTAR
 GREECE
 GREENLAND
 GRENADA
 GUADELOUPE
 GUATEMALA
 GUINEA
 GUINEA BISSAU
 GUYANA
 HAITI
 HONDURAS
 HONG KONG
 HUNGARY
 ICELAND
 INDIA
 INDONESIA
 IRAN
 IRELAND
 ISRAEL
 ITALY
 IVORY COAST
 JAMAICA
 JAPAN
 JERSEY
 JOHNSTON ATOLL
 JORDAN
 KENYA
 KIRIBATI
 KOREA DEMOCRATIC PEOPLES REP
 KOREA REPUBLIC OF
 KUWAIT
 LEBANON
 LIBERIA
 LIBYA
 LUXEMBOURG
 MACAU
 MADAGASCAR
 MALAYSIA
 MALTA
 MAN ISLE OF
 MARSHALL ISLANDS
 MARTINIQUE
 MAURITANIA
 MAURITIUS
 MEXICO
 MIDWAY ISLANDS
 MONACO
 MONTSERRAT
 MOROCCO
 MOZAMBIQUE
 NAMIBIA
 NAURU
 NETHERLANDS
 NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
 NEW CALEDONIA
 NEW ZEALAND
 NICARAGUA
 NIGERIA
 NIUE
 NORFOLK ISLAND
 NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS
 NORWAY
 OMAN
 PAKISTAN
 PANAMA
 PAPUA NEW GUINEA
 PARAGUAY
 PERU
 PHILIPPINES
 POLAND
 PORTUGAL
 QATAR
 REUNION
 ROMANIA
 SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE
 SAUDI ARABIA
 SENEGAL
 SEYCHELLES
 SIERRA LEONE
 SINGAPORE
 SOLOMON ISLANDS
 SOMALIA
 SOUTH AFRICA
 SPAIN
 SRI LANKA
 ST HELENA
 ST KITTS AND NEVIS
 ST LUCIA
 ST PIERRE AND MIQUELON
 ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES
 SUDAN
 SURINAME
 SWEDEN
 SWITZERLAND
 SYRIA
 TAIWAN
 TANZANIA UNITED REPUBLIC OF
 THAILAND
 TOGO
 TONGA
 TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
 TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
 TUNISIA
 TURKEY
 TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS
 TUVALU
 UGANDA
 UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPU
 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
 UNITED KINGDOM
 UNITED STATES
 URUGUAY
 VANUATU
 VENEZUELA
 VIETNAM
 YEMEN
 YUGOSLAVIA
 ZAIRE

 

 

US Destination Point Group (DO)

GROUP: US DESTINATION POINT GROUP Eff: 01/05/2021

Group NameUS DESTINATION POINT GROUP
Org/Dest CodeD
Port(P) Point(O) CodeO
Effective01/05/2021
Filed01/05/2021
Filing CodesI
Cities:UNITED STATES
 GUAM
 PUERTO RICO
 VIRGIN ISLANDS

 

 

US Destination Port Group (DP)

GROUP: US DESTINATION PORT GROUP Eff: 01/05/2021

Group NameUS DESTINATION PORT GROUP
Org/Dest CodeD
Port(P) Point(O) CodeP
Effective01/05/2021
Filed01/05/2021
Filing CodesI
Cities:UNITED STATES
 GUAM
 PUERTO RICO
 VIRGIN ISLANDS

 

 

US Origin Point Group (OO)

GROUP: US ORIGIN POINT GROUP Eff: 01/05/2021

Group NameUS ORIGIN POINT GROUP
Org/Dest CodeO
Port(P) Point(O) CodeO
Effective01/05/2021
Filed01/05/2021
Filing CodesI
Cities:UNITED STATES
 GUAM
 PUERTO RICO
 VIRGIN ISLANDS

 

 

US Origin Point Group (OP)

GROUP: US ORIGIN PORT GROUP Eff: 01/05/2021

Group NameUS ORIGIN PORT GROUP
Org/Dest CodeO
Port(P) Point(O) CodeP
Effective01/05/2021
Filed01/05/2021
Filing CodesI
Cities:UNITED STATES
 GUAM
 PUERTO RICO
 VIRGIN ISLANDS

 

 

Origin Scope

Origin Scope

  1. UNITED STATES
  2. AFGHANISTAN
  3. ALBANIA
  4. ALGERIA
  5. AMERICAN SAMOA
  6. ANDORRA
  7. ANGOLA
  8. ANGUILLA
  9. ANTARCTICA
  10. ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
  11. ARGENTINA
  12. ARUBA
  13. ASHMORE AND CARTIER ISLANDS
  14. AUSTRALIA
  15. AUSTRIA
  16. BAHAMAS THE
  17. BAHRAIN
  18. BAKER ISLAND
  19. BANGLADESH
  20. BARBADOS
  21. BASSAS DA INDIA
  22. BELGIUM
  23. BELIZE
  24. BENIN
  25. BERMUDA
  26. BHUTAN
  27. BOLIVIA
  28. BOTSWANA
  29. BOUVET ISLAND
  30. BRAZIL
  31. BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
  32. BRUNEI
  33. BULGARIA
  34. BURKINA
  35. BURMA
  36. BURUNDI
  37. CAMBODIA
  38. CAMEROON
  39. CANADA
  40. CAPE VERDE
  41. CAYMAN ISLANDS
  42. CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
  43. CHAD
  44. CHILE
  45. CHINA
  46. CHRISTMAS ISLAND
  47. CLIPPERTON ISLAND
  48. COCOS (KEELING) ISLANDS
  49. COLOMBIA
  50. COMOROS
  51. CONGO
  52. COOK ISLANDS
  53. CORAL SEA ISLANDS
  54. COSTA RICA
  55. CUBA
  56. CYPRUS
  57. CZECHOSLOVAKIA
  58. DENMARK
  59. DJIBOUTI
  60. DOMINICA
  61. DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
  62. ECUADOR
  63. EGYPT
  64. EL SALVADOR
  65. EQUATORIAL GUINEA
  66. ERITREA
  67. ETHIOPIA
  68. EUROPA ISLAND
  69. FALKLAND ISLANDS (ISLAS MALVIN
  70. FAROE ISLANDS
  71. FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
  72. FIJI
  73. FINLAND
  74. FRANCE
  75. FRENCH GUIANA
  76. FRENCH POLYNESIA
  77. FRENCH SOUTHERN AND ANTARCTIC
  78. GABON
  79. GAMBIA THE
  80. GAZA STRIP
  81. GERMANY
  82. GHANA
  83. GIBRALTAR
  84. GLORIOSO ISLANDS
  85. GREECE
  86. GREENLAND
  87. GRENADA
  88. GUADELOUPE
  89. GUAM
  90. GUATEMALA
  91. GUERNSEY
  92. GUINEA
  93. GUINEA BISSAU
  94. GUYANA
  95. HAITI
  96. HEARD ISLAND AND MCDONALD ISLA
  97. HONDURAS
  98. HONG KONG
  99. HOWLAND ISLAND
  100. HUNGARY
  101. ICELAND
  102. INDIA
  103. INDONESIA
  104. IRAN
  105. IRAQ
  106. IRAQ SAUDI ARABIA NEUTRAL ZONE
  107. IRELAND
  108. ISRAEL
  109. ITALY
  110. IVORY COAST
  111. JAMAICA
  112. JAN MAYEN
  113. JAPAN
  114. JARVIS ISLAND
  115. JERSEY
  116. JOHNSTON ATOLL
  117. JORDAN
  118. JUAN DE NOVA ISLAND
  119. KENYA
  120. KINGMAN REEF
  121. KIRIBATI
  122. KOREA DEMOCRATIC PEOPLES REP
  123. KOREA REPUBLIC OF
  124. KUWAIT
  125. LAOS
  126. LEBANON
  127. LESOTHO
  128. LIBERIA
  129. LIBYA
  130. LIECHTENSTEIN
  131. LUXEMBOURG
  132. MACAU
  133. MADAGASCAR
  134. MALAWI
  135. MALAYSIA
  136. MALDIVES
  137. MALI
  138. MALTA
  139. MAN ISLE OF
  140. MARSHALL ISLANDS
  141. MARTINIQUE
  142. MAURITANIA
  143. MAURITIUS
  144. MAYOTTE
  145. MEXICO
  146. MIDWAY ISLANDS
  147. MONACO
  148. MONGOLIA
  149. MONTSERRAT
  150. MOROCCO
  151. MOZAMBIQUE
  152. NAMIBIA
  153. NAURU
  154. NAVASSA ISLAND
  155. NEPAL
  156. NETHERLANDS
  157. NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
  158. NEW CALEDONIA
  159. NEW ZEALAND
  160. NICARAGUA
  161. NIGER
  162. NIGERIA
  163. NIUE
  164. NORFOLK ISLAND
  165. NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS
  166. NORWAY
  167. OMAN
  168. PAKISTAN
  169. PALMYRA ATOLL
  170. PANAMA
  171. PAPUA NEW GUINEA
  172. PARACEL ISLANDS
  173. PARAGUAY
  174. PERU
  175. PHILIPPINES
  176. PITCAIRN ISLANDS
  177. POLAND
  178. PORTUGAL
  179. PUERTO RICO
  180. QATAR
  181. REUNION
  182. ROMANIA
  183. RWANDA
  184. SAN MARINO
  185. SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE
  186. SAUDI ARABIA
  187. SENEGAL
  188. SEYCHELLES
  189. SIERRA LEONE
  190. SINGAPORE
  191. SOLOMON ISLANDS
  192. SOMALIA
  193. SOUTH AFRICA
  194. SOUTH GEORGIA AND THE SOUTH SA
  195. SPAIN
  196. SPRATLY ISLANDS
  197. SRI LANKA
  198. ST HELENA
  199. ST KITTS AND NEVIS
  200. ST LUCIA
  201. ST PIERRE AND MIQUELON
  202. ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES
  203. SUDAN
  204. SURINAME
  205. SVALBARD
  206. SWAZILAND
  207. SWEDEN
  208. SWITZERLAND
  209. SYRIA
  210. TAIWAN
  211. TANZANIA UNITED REPUBLIC OF
  212. THAILAND
  213. TOGO
  214. TOKELAU
  215. TONGA
  216. TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
  217. TROMELIN ISLAND
  218. TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
  219. TUNISIA
  220. TURKEY
  221. TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS
  222. TUVALU
  223. UGANDA
  224. UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPU
  225. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
  226. UNITED KINGDOM
  227. URUGUAY
  228. VANUATU
  229. VATICAN CITY
  230. VENEZUELA
  231. VIETNAM
  232. VIRGIN ISLANDS
  233. WAKE ISLAND
  234. WALLIS AND FUTUNA
  235. WEST BANK
  236. WESTERN SAHARA
  237. WESTERN SAMOA
  238. YEMEN
  239. YUGOSLAVIA
  240. ZAIRE
  241. ZAMBIA
  242. ZIMBABWE

 

 

Destination Scope

Destination Scope

  1. UNITED STATES
  2. AFGHANISTAN
  3. ALBANIA
  4. ALGERIA
  5. AMERICAN SAMOA
  6. ANDORRA
  7. ANGOLA
  8. ANGUILLA
  9. ANTARCTICA
  10. ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
  11. ARGENTINA
  12. ARUBA
  13. ASHMORE AND CARTIER ISLANDS
  14. AUSTRALIA
  15. AUSTRIA
  16. BAHAMAS THE
  17. BAHRAIN
  18. BAKER ISLAND
  19. BANGLADESH
  20. BARBADOS
  21. BASSAS DA INDIA
  22. BELGIUM
  23. BELIZE
  24. BENIN
  25. BERMUDA
  26. BHUTAN
  27. BOLIVIA
  28. BOTSWANA
  29. BOUVET ISLAND
  30. BRAZIL
  31. BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
  32. BRUNEI
  33. BULGARIA
  34. BURKINA
  35. BURMA
  36. BURUNDI
  37. CAMBODIA
  38. CAMEROON
  39. CANADA
  40. CAPE VERDE
  41. CAYMAN ISLANDS
  42. CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
  43. CHAD
  44. CHILE
  45. CHINA
  46. CHRISTMAS ISLAND
  47. CLIPPERTON ISLAND
  48. COCOS (KEELING) ISLANDS
  49. COLOMBIA
  50. COMOROS
  51. CONGO
  52. COOK ISLANDS
  53. CORAL SEA ISLANDS
  54. COSTA RICA
  55. CUBA
  56. CYPRUS
  57. CZECHOSLOVAKIA
  58. DENMARK
  59. DJIBOUTI
  60. DOMINICA
  61. DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
  62. ECUADOR
  63. EGYPT
  64. EL SALVADOR
  65. EQUATORIAL GUINEA
  66. ERITREA
  67. ETHIOPIA
  68. EUROPA ISLAND
  69. FALKLAND ISLANDS (ISLAS MALVIN
  70. FAROE ISLANDS
  71. FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
  72. FIJI
  73. FINLAND
  74. FRANCE
  75. FRENCH GUIANA
  76. FRENCH POLYNESIA
  77. FRENCH SOUTHERN AND ANTARCTIC
  78. GABON
  79. GAMBIA THE
  80. GAZA STRIP
  81. GERMANY
  82. GHANA
  83. GIBRALTAR
  84. GLORIOSO ISLANDS
  85. GREECE
  86. GREENLAND
  87. GRENADA
  88. GUADELOUPE
  89. GUAM
  90. GUATEMALA
  91. GUERNSEY
  92. GUINEA
  93. GUINEA BISSAU
  94. GUYANA
  95. HAITI
  96. HEARD ISLAND AND MCDONALD ISLA
  97. HONDURAS
  98. HONG KONG
  99. HOWLAND ISLAND
  100. HUNGARY
  101. ICELAND
  102. INDIA
  103. INDONESIA
  104. IRAN
  105. IRAQ
  106. IRAQ SAUDI ARABIA NEUTRAL ZONE
  107. IRELAND
  108. ISRAEL
  109. ITALY
  110. IVORY COAST
  111. JAMAICA
  112. JAN MAYEN
  113. JAPAN
  114. JARVIS ISLAND
  115. JERSEY
  116. JOHNSTON ATOLL
  117. JORDAN
  118. JUAN DE NOVA ISLAND
  119. KENYA
  120. KINGMAN REEF
  121. KIRIBATI
  122. KOREA DEMOCRATIC PEOPLES REP
  123. KOREA REPUBLIC OF
  124. KUWAIT
  125. LAOS
  126. LEBANON
  127. LESOTHO
  128. LIBERIA
  129. LIBYA
  130. LIECHTENSTEIN
  131. LUXEMBOURG
  132. MACAU
  133. MADAGASCAR
  134. MALAWI
  135. MALAYSIA
  136. MALDIVES
  137. MALI
  138. MALTA
  139. MAN ISLE OF
  140. MARSHALL ISLANDS
  141. MARTINIQUE
  142. MAURITANIA
  143. MAURITIUS
  144. MAYOTTE
  145. MEXICO
  146. MIDWAY ISLANDS
  147. MONACO
  148. MONGOLIA
  149. MONTSERRAT
  150. MOROCCO
  151. MOZAMBIQUE
  152. NAMIBIA
  153. NAURU
  154. NAVASSA ISLAND
  155. NEPAL
  156. NETHERLANDS
  157. NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
  158. NEW CALEDONIA
  159. NEW ZEALAND
  160. NICARAGUA
  161. NIGER
  162. NIGERIA
  163. NIUE
  164. NORFOLK ISLAND
  165. NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS
  166. NORWAY
  167. OMAN
  168. PAKISTAN
  169. PALMYRA ATOLL
  170. PANAMA
  171. PAPUA NEW GUINEA
  172. PARACEL ISLANDS
  173. PARAGUAY
  174. PERU
  175. PHILIPPINES
  176. PITCAIRN ISLANDS
  177. POLAND
  178. PORTUGAL
  179. PUERTO RICO
  180. QATAR
  181. REUNION
  182. ROMANIA
  183. RWANDA
  184. SAN MARINO
  185. SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE
  186. SAUDI ARABIA
  187. SENEGAL
  188. SEYCHELLES
  189. SIERRA LEONE
  190. SINGAPORE
  191. SOLOMON ISLANDS
  192. SOMALIA
  193. SOUTH AFRICA
  194. SOUTH GEORGIA AND THE SOUTH SA
  195. SPAIN
  196. SPRATLY ISLANDS
  197. SRI LANKA
  198. ST HELENA
  199. ST KITTS AND NEVIS
  200. ST LUCIA
  201. ST PIERRE AND MIQUELON
  202. ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES
  203. SUDAN
  204. SURINAME
  205. SVALBARD
  206. SWAZILAND
  207. SWEDEN
  208. SWITZERLAND
  209. SYRIA
  210. TAIWAN
  211. TANZANIA UNITED REPUBLIC OF
  212. THAILAND
  213. TOGO
  214. TOKELAU
  215. TONGA
  216. TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
  217. TROMELIN ISLAND
  218. TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
  219. TUNISIA
  220. TURKEY
  221. TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS
  222. TUVALU
  223. UGANDA
  224. UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPU
  225. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
  226. UNITED KINGDOM
  227. URUGUAY
  228. VANUATU
  229. VATICAN CITY
  230. VENEZUELA
  231. VIETNAM
  232. VIRGIN ISLANDS
  233. WAKE ISLAND
  234. WALLIS AND FUTUNA
  235. WEST BANK
  236. WESTERN SAHARA
  237. WESTERN SAMOA
  238. YEMEN
  239. YUGOSLAVIA
  240. ZAIRE
  241. ZAMBIA
  242. ZIMBABWE

 

 

All the information contained in this tariff is true and accurate and no unlawful alterations will be permitted.