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Freight Special Charges

328 - Arbitrary Charges (Ferry Fee)

328 - Arbitrary Charges (Ferry Fee)

1.     On shipments originating at or destined to the following Islands, a Ferry Fee will apply per shipment, see Note 1:

 

27960

Ocracoke, NC

$49.50

48028

Harsens Island, MI

$52.00

98261

Lopez island, WA

CALL FOR RATE

 

 

NOTE 1:  This charge applies as follows:

a.     Charge will be shown as a separate item on freight bill.

b.    Charge is subject to NO discount.

c.     Charge is in addition to all other applicable charges

 

 

NEWFOUNDLAND FERRY RECOVERY SURCHARGE

 

TO/FROM

 

CHARGE

WEIGHT

ALL U.S ZIP CODES

 NEWFOUNDLAND – A0A-A9Z

 

Except: Not applicable at postal prefixes A0P, A0R, A2V

 

$21.82

 

$110.84

 

 

1 – 7499 LBS

 

7500 – 39999 LBS

 

FROM

TO

CHARGE

WEIGHT

ALL U.S. ZIP

CODES

 

 

 

 

 

NEWFOUNDLAND –

A0A-A9Z

 

Except: Not applicable at postal prefixes A0P, A0R, A2V

NEWFOUNDLAND –

AOA-A9Z

 

Except: Not applicable at postal prefixes A0P, A0R, A2V

 

 

ALL U.S.ZIP CODES

 

$377.96

 

 

 

 

 

 

$189.98

 

 

40000 LBS & OVER

 

 

 

 

 

40000 LBS & OVER

 

EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 2017.

330 - Arbitrary Charges (New York City)

330 - Arbitrary Charges (New York City)

On shipments originating at or destined to New York Zip Codes 10001, 10002, 10003, 10004, 10005, 10006, 10007, 10008, 10009, 10010, 10011, 10012, 10013, 10014, 10016, 10017, 10018, 10019, 10020, 10021, 10022, 10023, 10024, 10025, 10026, 10027, 10028, 10029, 10030, 10031, 10032, 10033, 10034, 10035, 10036, 10037, 10038, 10039, 10040, 10041, 10055, 10065, 10075, 10101, 10103, 10104, 10105, 10106, 10107, 10108, 10110, 10111, 10112, 10113, 10116, 10118, 10119, 10120, 10121, 10122, 10123, 10128, 10150, 10151, 10152, 10153, 10154, 10155, 10158, 10159, 10162, 10165, 10166, 10167, 10168, 10169, 10170, 10171, 10172, 10173, 10174, 10175, 10176, 10177, 10178, 10199, 10203, 10249, 10256, 10268, 10270, 10271, 10274, 10276, 10278, 10279, 10280, 10281, 10282, and 10286 an additional charge of $65.00 per shipment will apply, see Note 1.

 

NOTE 1:  This charge applies as follows:

a.    Charge will be shown as a separate entry on freight bill.

b.    Charge is subject to NO discount.

c.    Charge is in addition to all other applicable charges.

 

EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 26, 2016.

331 - Arbitrary Charges (North Dakota)

331 - Arbitrary Charges (North Dakota)
On shipments originating at or destined to Zip Code 587 or 588 prefix an additional charge of $35.00 per shipment will apply, see Note 1.
 
NOTE 1:  This charge applies as follows:
 
     a. Charge will be shown as a separate entry on freight bill.
     b. Charge is subject to NO discount.
 
Charge is in addition to all other applicable charges
 
EFFECTIVE JULY 3, 2017.

332 - Arbitrary Charges (Northern Alberta, CN - Oil Sands Area)

332 - Arbitrary Charges (Northern Alberta, CN - Oil Sands Area)

On shipments originating at or destined to the northern Alberta, CN oil sands area, an additional charge will apply.  See table below.

 

ALBIAN SANDS SITE (SHELL SITE)

AB

 $130.00

ANZAC

AB

$200.00

ANZAC LODGE

AB

 $200.00

ANZAC TOWN

AB

 $200.00

ATHABASKA LODGE

AB

 $320.00

BEAVER RIVER EXECUTIVE LODGE (BREL)

AB

 $320.00

BLACK SAND SITE

AB

$250.00

BP NORTH CAMP

AB

 $400.00

BP TERRE DE GRACE

AB

 $400.00

CENOVUS

AB

 $360.00

CHEECHAM SITE

AB

$180.00

CHRISTINA LAKE

AB

 $575.00

CNRL HORIZON

AB

 $175.00

CNRL(RICHARDSON PROJECT)

AB

 $175.00

CONKLIN (GOLD PROJECT)

AB

 $520.00

CONKLIN (TOWN)

AB

 $480.00

CONKLIN LODGE

AB

 $480.00

CONNARCHER

AB

 $360.00

CONOCO PHILLIPS COMPLETIONS

AB

 $360.00

DEER CREEK SITE

AB

 $360.00

DEVON PARK LODGE

AB

$995.00

ENBRIDGE SITE

AB

$120.00

FORT HILLS SITE

AB

 $165.00

GREGOIRE LAKE

AB

$180.00

GRIZZLY OIL SANDS

AB

 $240.00

HAMMERSTONE SITE

AB

 $240.00

HANGINGSTONE SITE

AB

 $160.00

HENDAY LODGE

AB

 $995.00

HORIZON OIL SANDS SITE

AB

$360.00

HUSKY SUNRISE CAMP(WAPASU CREEK)

AB

 $600.00

HUSKY SUNRISE OIL SANDS SITE

AB

 $275.00

JACK PINE (SHELL SITE)

AB

 $360.00

JACKFISH OPERATION

AB

$360.00

JAPAN OIL SANDS SITE

AB

 $247.50

JOSYLEN CREEK SITE

AB

 $247.50

KEARL LAKE

AB

 $295.00

KKD WADDELL

AB

 $240.00

LAC LA BICHE (TOWN)

AB

 $600.00

LAKESIDE LODGE

AB

$320.00

LONG LAKE OPTI NEXEN SITE

AB

 $220.00

MARIANA LODGE

AB

 $240.00

MILDRED LAKE

AB

 $130.00

MILDRED LAKE SITE

AB

 $130.00

NORTHLAND FOREST SITE

AB

 $120.00

PEBBLE BEACH LODGE

AB

 $995.00

PETRO CANADA(MCKAY RIVER)

AB

 $360.00

PTI BEAVER LODGE SITE

AB

 $240.00

PTI LODGE SITE

AB

 $240.00

RICKARD’S LANDING

AB

$120.00

RUTH LAKE SITE

AB

 $135.00

SAPREA CREEK

AB

 $150.00

SUNCOR (FIRE BAG)

AB

 $295.00

SUNCOR (TAR ISLAND/MAIN PLANT)

AB

 $160.00

SUNCOR(FORT HILLS)

AB

 $165.00

SUNCOR (MILLENNIUM)

AB

$180.00

SUNNY CREEK ENBRIDGE SITE

AB

$575.00

SYNCRUDE(AURORA MINE)

AB

 $360.00

SYNCRUDE(MAIN SITE)

AB

 $240.00

TAR ISLAND

AB

$120.00

TBG CONTRACTING HIGHWAY 63

AB

$120.00

WAPASU CREEK LODGE (MAIN)

AB

 $995.00

WAPASU LODGE (EAST)

AB

 $995.00

WAPASU LODGE (WEST)

AB

 $995.00

 

EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 26, 2016.

333 - Arbitrary Charges (Saskatchewan High Cost Destination)

333 - Arbitrary Charges (Saskatchewan High Cost Destination)

On shipments destined to the following Saskatchewan, CN areas, an additional charge will apply.  See table below.

COLEVILLE

SK

$100.00

CORY MINE (PCS)

SK

$150.00

BEECHY

SK

$100.00

K&S LEGACY MINE SITE

SK

$130.00

MOSAIC POTASH COLONSAY MINE SITE

SK

$100.00

DINSMORE

SK

$100.00

PASQUA

SK

$100.00

COMPEER

SK

$160.00

LOVERNA

SK

$150.00

MAJOR

SK

$100.00

SMILEY

SK

$100.00

KENNEDY

SK

$100.00

BUFFALO POUND LAKE

SK

$150.00

KETCHEN

SK

$100.00

ANTLER

SK

$100.00

DEER VALLEY

SK

$100.00

ROSETOWN

SK

$125.00

WHITECAP

SK

$170.00

SOVEREIGN

SK

$100.00

MONTREAL LAKE

SK

$100.00

GRIFFIN

SK

$100.00

LANG

SK

$130.00

YELLOW GRASS

SK

$100.00

 

EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 26, 2016.

360 - Bills of Lading, Freight Bills, and Statements of Charges

360 - Bills of Lading, Freight Bills, and Statements of Charges

(Exception of NMFC Item 360)

1.  When an Export shipment is tendered to the carrier, a notation "FOR EXPORT" must be entered on the Bill of Lading.

2.  When validation of a Freight Bill is required as a prerequisite for payment of the freight charges and consignee fails to validate the Freight Bill at time of delivery thus requiring the carrier to re-submit the Freight Bill for validation, a charge of $16.20 will be assessed for that service.  (See NOTE A)

NOTE A: Not applicable on shipments moving on U.S. Government Bills of Lading.

 

EFFECTIVE JUNE 26, 2017.

365 - Blind Shipments

365 - Blind Shipments

(Note A)

 

Upon written instructions received by the carrier prior to receipt of shipment at point of origin, accompanied by a through Bill of Lading covering the shipment, the carrier will accept the shipment when tendered by the party in possession of the shipment, subject to the following conditions:

1.     Prior to notification to carrier for pickup of blind shipment, customer must contact carrier’s rate department to obtain a Quote Number.  This quote will include total freight charges based on information given by customer, including the applicable charge of $62.00 for the blind shipment.

2.     After receipt of the Quote Number, the customer will then give the blind shipment form and the BOL to  the carrier’s dispatcher.  The Quote Number must be written on the Blind Shipment Form.

3.     Blind shipments must move prepaid, unless the party paying for the blind shipment charge is also paying the freight charges collect.

4.     Carrier will have no responsibility or liability for incorrect billing or delivery of the blind shipment if customer fails to obtain a Quote Number prior to the freight being received by the carrier.

 

NOTE A:  Definition of Blind Shipment:  When a 3rd party paying the freight charges requests the

carrier to ship the freight to a different consignee than the consignee indicated on the Bill of Lading AND/OR requests that the carrier change shipper’s name on the Bill of Lading, at the time of pickup.  A charge of $62.00 applies for this service.  A blind shipment can require changing just the shipper name or consignee information or both.  All shipments must show originating city and state of pickup point.  This cannot be changed under any circumstances.

 

EFFECTIVE JUNE 26, 2017.

755 - California Compliance Surcharge

755 - California Compliance Surcharge

Shipments originating at, destined to, or within the State of California will be subject to a surcharge o $6.00 per shipment.

EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 2016

483 - Canada Consolidation Fee

483 - Canada Consolidation Fee

A consolidation fee of $80.00 per consolidation load will be applied for Canadian destined freight:

(1)   This will include freight picking up in the U.S. from multiple locations consolidated into a U.S. gateway and delivering to a single destination in Canada under 1 pars clearance.

(2)   This will also include freight picking up in the U.S. from one location consolidated into a U.S. gateway and delivering to multiple destinations in Canada under 1 pars clearance.

This fee is in addition to the standard freight rate, clearance, and bond fee (if applicable).

EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 26, 2016.

390 - Capacity Loads

390 - Capacity Loads

Except as otherwise provided on straight or mixed shipments of one article or more subject to LTL rates, each and every trailer loaded to capacity (See Note A) will be subject to a Minimum Charge based on:

(A) Shipments moving on AQ or LTL rates, each trailer loaded to capacity (See Note A) will be subject to the (10M) Class 100 rate for 12,000 pounds, subject to a 25% discount (22% on Intrastate FL shipments). (See Note C.)

The provisions of this item are Minimum Charges and in no case may be used to reduce rates, Minimum Weight or total charges.

NOTE A: The term "LOADED TO CAPACITY" or "CAPACITY LOAD" refers to the extent to which a trailer is loaded:

(1) The quantity of freight, which because of its unusual shape or dimensions or because of necessity for segregation from other freight requires the capacity of a trailer; or

(2) The quantity of freight, which because of vehicle weight restrictions of State or regulatory bodies; no additional freight can be loaded on the trailer; or

(3) That quantity of freight, which in the manner tendered to carrier or prescribed to be loaded, so fills a trailer that no additional article in that shipping form tendered, whether or not such piece is actually tendered,  identical in size to the largest article in the shipment, can be loaded in the trailer or in any 27 feet 3 inch portion of any trailer (See Note D); or

(4) That quantity of freight, which in the manner loaded, occupies more than 20’ of the linear capacity of the trailer in which the shipment is loaded.

NOTE B: When a Truckload exceeds the quantity that can be loaded in or on a single trailer because of its size, length, bulk or weight, the excess (overflow) will be charged for at the applicable LTL rate.

NOTE C: Shipments originating at points in the states of IL, IN, KY, MI, OH, PA, WV or WI and are destined to points in the states of AL, AR, FL, GA, KS, LA, MO, MS, NC, NM, OK, SC, TN, TX, or VA, shall be subject to a minimum charge based on $5.00 per mile from origin to destination as ascertained from Zip Code Mileage Guide HGB 105.

NOTE D: Loadable length in a 28’ or Pup type trailer shall be 27 feet 3 inches.  Loadable width in any trailer shall be 99 inches.  Loadable height in any trailer shall be 101 inches for a single piece.  Stackable freight in more than one piece can be stacked to 109 inches.

NOTE E: Also reference item 642 for combining of shipments.

NOTE F: For purposes of calculating Linear Space occupied, any single handling unit with a length or width dimension of over 93” shall be considered loaded with its greatest dimension along the length of a trailer.

 

EFFECTIVE JUNE 26, 2017.

994 - Classification of Exempt Commodities

994 - Classification of Exempt Commodities

Unless otherwise provided, the class rating for a commodity listed in STB NMF 100 series as EXEMPT, will be based upon the following scale when the density in pounds per cubic foot is:

 

Density of shipment in pounds per cubic foot

Shipment will be rated at Class

Density of shipment in pounds per cubic foot

Shipment will be rated at Class

At Least

But Less Than

 

At Least

But Less Than

 

0.0

1.0

400

8.0

10.0

100

1.0

2.0

300

10.0

12.0

92.5

2.0

4.0

250

12.0

15.0

85

4.0

6.0

150

15.0 or greater

70

6.0

8.0

125

 

 

 

1.  Shipper must show on bills of lading and shipping orders at time of shipment the actual density or density group.  If the actual density or density group is not shown and shipment is inadvertently accepted, charges will initially be assessed on the basis of the class applicable to the lower density provided.  Upon submission of satisfactory proof of a higher actual density, freight charges will be adjusted to the basis of the class applicable to such density.

2.  NMFC item 100240 sub 2 will be class 250.

EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2015.

545 - Coastwise Freight

545 - Coastwise Freight

EXPORT, IMPORT, COASTWISE AND INTERCOASTAL SHIPMENTS--IN TRAILERS AND/OR CONTAINERS RECEIVED FROM OR DELIVERED TO WATER CARRIERS

Upon request, export, import, coastwise and intercoastal shipments will be transported in trailers and/or containers not owned by the motor common carriers parties to this tariff. When shipments so handled are received from or delivered to water carriers, rates provided in tariffs governed hereby will apply on the weight of the shipments not including the weight of the trailers; and the shipments will be transported under the conditions and subject to the additional charges provided in this section.

 

APPLICATION OF GENERAL PROVISIONS

Section 1:

1)  Loading shall, in no case, exceed the maximum weight that may be lawfully transported.

2)  Vehicle sizes refer to outside length of vehicle.

3)  Where time records are required motor common carrier must maintain such records and must make them available for inspection by authorized representative of regulatory authorities.

4)  When containers are to be moved over the highway secured to a chassis or bogey, such containers must be mounted on and secured to chassis or bogey when tendered to the Motor Common Carrier.

5)  When loaded trailers or containers are received, such loaded trailers or containers must be sealed prior to acceptance by Motor Common Carrier.

6)  Except as provided in Paragraph 7, the provisions of this section will apply regardless of the size of the trailer furnished, and two trailers each 20 feet or less in length, coupled together, will be considered as a single trailer.

7)  Each trailer moving under the provisions of this section will be considered as fully loaded or loaded to capacity.

8)  Shipments will not be accorded stopoff-in-transit for partial loading or partial unloading privileges.

 

APPLICATION OF GENERAL PROVISIONS--SHIPMENTS IN CONTAINERS

Section 2:

Rates and charges applying on export, import, coastwise or intercoastal shipments moving in containers BETWEEN Port Facilities in AL, AR (Southern), FL, GA, KY, LA (East of the Mississippi River), MS, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV (Southern), on the other hand, AND points in AL, AR (Southern), FL, GA, KY, LA (East of the Mississippi River), MS, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV (Southern), on the other hand, will be subject to the following conditions:

 

 1)  Upon request, export, import, coastwise and intercoastal shipments may be transported in trailers not owned by motor common carriers. When shipments so handled or received from or delivered to water carriers, rates will apply on the weight of the shipments not including the weight of the trailers; and the shipments will be transported under the conditions and subject to the additional charges provided in applicable tariffs.

 2)  Rates and charges will apply only on shipments in containers or trailers received from or delivered to water carriers, also the pickup and delivery of empty containers or trailers when such movement is in connection with a prior or subsequent movement by water carrier.

 3)  Rates and charges do not include the loading of containers or trailers onto the water carrier vessel or the unloading of containers or trailers from the water carrier vessel.

 4)  Rates and charges do not include the cost of loading and unloading containers or trailers to or from carrier's equipment.

 5)  When loaded trailers or containers are received, such loaded trailers or containers must be sealed prior to acceptance by Motor Common Carrier.

 6)  Each container or trailer will be considered as fully loaded or loaded to capacity.

 7)  Loading shall, in no case, exceed the maximum weight that may be lawfully transported.

 8)  When containers are to be moved over the highway secured to a chassis or bogey, such containers must be mounted on and secured to chassis or bogey when tendered to the motor common carrier.

 9)  Rates do not include payment for port facility charges.

10)  Provisions will apply regardless of size of the trailer furnished, and two trailers each 20 feet or less in length, coupled together, will be considered as a single trailer.

11)  Vehicle sizes refer to outside length of vehicle.

12)  Where time records are required, motor common carrier must maintain such records and must make them available for inspection by authorized representatives of regulatory authorities.

13)  Shipments will not be accorded stopoff-in-transit for partial loading or partial unloading privileges.

14)  When container is tendered to motor common carrier, the party tendering the container must identify in writing when the container is an instrument of international traffic subject to U.S. Customs Regulations.

15)  Failure by party tendering containers to identify the container in writing as described in Paragraph 14, herein, relieves the motor common carrier of penalties or liabilities stipulated by U.S. Customs.

16)  When carrier is requested to pickup a chassis or bogey prior to pickup of container or trailer, in lieu of chassis or bogey and container or trailer being available at the same position, i.e., container or trailer, already mounted on chassis or bogey as a unit ready for hook-up to carrier's tractor, there will be a charge $77.00 for this additional service. Such charge shall be in addition to all other lawful charges and shall be collected simultaneously with such other lawful charges.

 

Section 3:

1)  Shipments moving under United States Customs Bond will be subject to a charge of $173.40 per shipment or per container if more than one container is required to transport the shipment, to cover special handling, ) which charges will be in addition to the freight and other lawful charges.

2)  Except as provided in NOTE B, line-haul charges on shipments requiring United States Customs Clearance at a point other than the final destination will be assessed on the basis for rates applicable from points of origin to the point of United States Customs Clearance and from the point of United States Customs Clearance to the final destination.

3)  Shipments moving from the United States under the TIR CARNET issued by the originating carrier are subject to a charge of $58.80 which will be in addition to all other lawfully applicable rates and charges (including the Inbond charges herein applicable).

4)  Freight moving INBOND may not be included in the same shipment on the same Bill of Lading and Shipping Order with freight not moving Inbond.

5)  Shipments awaiting Customs Clearance will be subject to the detentions and charges as provided herein and such charges, if any, will be paid by the party responsible for the line haul freight charges.

NOTE A--Shipments moving under "United States Customs Bond" will not be accorded stopping-in-transit enroute privileges.

NOTE B--Not applicable when the final destination is located within the terminal area (See Item 940) of the point of United States Customs Clearance.

 

EFFECTIVE JUNE 26, 2017.

430 - Collect on Delivery (COD) Shipments

430 - Collect on Delivery (COD) Shipments

(See NOTES A, B, C, D, E & F)

 

Unless otherwise provided in carriers' tariffs, collect on delivery (COD) shipments will be accepted subject to the following provisions and charges:

 

SECTION 1:  Shipments must be tendered on "Uniform Straight", "Straight Bill of Lading-Short Form" or "Straight" bill of lading forms as provided for in the Rules of the NMFC.

 

The letters "COD" must be stamped, typed or written on all such bills of lading and shipping orders immediately before name of consignee; OR "COD" in red letters at least one (1) inch in height with thickness of stroke 1/4 inch thick or greater must be stamped or printed across the face of all bills of lading and shipping orders.  Only one COD shipment may be shown and may not be subject to change dependent upon time or conditions of payment.  The name and street and post office address of consignor and consignee must be shown on the bill of lading and shipping order.  On straight Bills of Lading-Short Form there must be shown in the space provided for this purpose or in the lower left hand corner of space provided for "description of articles, special marks and exceptions", the following information.

 

Collect on Delivery $ _____________________________________ and remit to:

____________________________________________________________Street

_____________________________________________________________ City

________________________________ State _________________________Zip

COD Fee to be paid:

Prepaid ( )                                                                                                Collect ( )

 

SECTION 2:  Each package must be plainly marked, labeled, or tagged by consignor showing letters COD, and the name and address of consignor and consignee in accordance with Item 580 of the classification.

 

SECTION 3:  COD packages will not be accepted on the same bill of lading with packages other than COD and only packages covered by one COD bill may be tendered on one bill of lading.

 

SECTION 4:  If consignor desires to forward invoice or collection papers, they must be securely attached to the shipping order copy of the bill of lading and shipping order must show the following information:  "ATTACHED INVOICE (OR INVOICES) TO ACCOMPANY SHIPMENT TO DESTINATION".

 

SECTION 5:  COD shipments will not be accepted for transportation when consigned to one firm or person, with instructions to collect COD charges from another firm or person.

 

SECTION 6:  COD shipments will not be accepted for transportation subject to inspection or trial by consignee, or when bearing instructions to make partial delivery.  Carriers are only responsible to deliver the shipment in accordance with the bill of lading contract.  If, for any reason, upon presentation for delivery, COD payment is refused by the consignee, carriers are responsible for the disposition of the shipment only in accordance with the bill of lading contract and tariff provisions as applicable.  Carriers are not responsible, in such circumstances, to seek or remit the COD amount to the consignor or owners of goods.

 

SECTION 7:  Intoxicating beverages will only be accepted for COD shipment subject to applicable provisions of the laws of the state in which the point of destination is located.  (See Section 389 of Title 18 of the United States Code Annotated.)

 

SECTION 8:  The Cod amount for COD shipments must be collected at the time such shipments are delivered to the consignee.

 

SECTION 9:  Only the following forms of payment will be accepted in payment of COD amounts:

 

(1)  Cash, up to a maximum of $250.00; (NOTE F)  (2) “Certified Check” which shall include (a) bank cashier's check,  (b) bank certified check, (c) bank official check or (d) money order; (3) “Company Check” which shall include a company or personal check of the consignee.  The carrier will accept payment of COD amounts only as the agent of the consignor.  Carrier’s responsibility is limited to exercising due care and diligence in collecting and forwarding the COD payment to the consignor (Note B).

 

SECTION 10: The charge for collecting and remitting the COD amount for COD shipments (“COD Charge”) will be collected from the consignee, except that such charge may be prepaid by the consignor, providing notation to that effect is made by the consignor on the bill of lading and shipping order.  The COD Charge shall be paid directly to the carrier by separate check and must not be included in the Certified Check or Company Check made payable to the consignor.

 

SECTION 11:

a)         Upon collection of a COD amount, carrier shall remit amount directly to the consignor or other person designated on the bill of lading within ten (10) days after delivery of the COD shipment to the consignee.

b)         The carrier shall maintain a record of all COD shipments received for delivery in such manner and form as will plainly and readily show the following information with respect to each shipment:

(1)  Number and date of freight bill

(2)  Name and address of shipper or other person designated as payee

(3)  Name and address of consignee

(4)  Date shipment delivered

(5)  Amount of COD

(6)  Date collected by carrier

(7)  Date remitted to payee

(8)  Check number or other identification of remittance to payee

 

SECTION 12: The COD charge will be six percent (6%) of the COD amount, subject to a minimum charge of $132.30.

 

SECTION 13: Carrier will not accept shipments of explosives, designated as "Class A and dangerous explosives" or "Class B less dangerous explosives" referred to in the Hazardous Materials Tariff (HMT), for COD shipment.

 

SECTION 14:

1.         Each of the following requests or instructions must be made in writing:

(a)  To change the status of an ordinary shipment to a COD shipment;

(b)  To return the COD shipment to the consignor;

(c)  To change any of the terms of the COD shipment specified in the bill of lading;

(d)   To change the requested form of payment of the COD Amount from Certified Check to Company Check.

If any such written request or instruction is made, a charge of $45.20 per shipment will be assessed in addition to all other lawful charges.  Further, all charges accrued under this item must be prepaid or guaranteed to the satisfaction of the carrier.

2.         Carriers are not obligated to comply with such written request or instruction, but a reasonable effort will be made to do so, subject to the provisions herein.

3.         If a written request to change the requested form of consignee’s payment of the COD amount from Certified Check to Company Check is received after the shipment has been tendered for delivery and refused by consignee, the shipment will also be assessed the applicable redelivery charge as provided in carrier’s tariffs, in addition to the charge for changing the form of acceptable payment.  Consignor must guarantee payment of the charge for changing the form of payment and the redelivery charge, if any.

 

NOTE A:  Should shipper fail to properly prepare Bill of Lading, mark, label and tag each package, all liability on the part of the carrier ceases should a shipment inadvertently be delivered without collecting the COD amount or collecting incorrect form of the COD amount.

NOTE B: Due Care and Diligence shall be defined as accepting the COD payment in Cash,  Certified Check or Company Check as defined in this tariff, in accordance with the instructions of the consignee in writing on the bill of lading, and forwarding such COD payment to consignor regular U.S. Mail, 1st Class.  If the consignor fails to specifically request a type of COD payment in writing on the bill of lading, Due Care and Diligence shall be defined as accepting payment of the COD amount in one of the forms set out in this tariff and forwarding such payment to consignor via regular U.S. Mail, 1st Class.  Carrier’s responsibility and liability shall terminate once the COD payment is collect and forwarded to consignor in accordance with this tariff.  Further, if consignor accepts, negotiates or attempts to negotiate the COD payment, in whatever form of payment and however received, carrier’s responsibility or liability shall cease.  If shipper does not provide carrier with written notice of its objection to the form of COD payment collected and remitted by carrier within 10 days of carrier’s mailing of the COD payment to shipper, shipper will be deemed to have accepted the COD payment and carrier’s responsibility or liability under this item shall terminate.  Should the COD payment become lost in the mail, it will be the sole responsibility of the consignor to make arrangements with his customer, the consignee, for replacement of the lost COD payment.

NOTE C: Carrier shall have no liability or responsibility should the Certified Check or Company Check be dishonored or not paid for any reason, including, but not limited to, insufficient funds, forgery, fraud or any other unauthorized or criminal acts of any party other than carrier.

NOTE D: Should the shipper request in writing on the bill of lading a Certified Check as COD payment, it will be the responsibility of the shipper and consignee to make arrangements for replacement of the Certified Check through the issuing entity.  Should the Certified Check become lost by the U.S. Post Office, the consignee will be responsible for posting the bond required by the bank before reissuing their check.

NOTE E: Should the carrier’s check payable to the shipper become list in the mail, it will be the responsibility of the carrier to replace its check.

NOTE F:  Limit on amount of cash that will be accepted does not apply when COD shipments are picked up by consignee or his agent at carrier’s terminal.

 

EFFECTIVE JUNE 26, 2017.

1100 - Commodity Descriptions

1100 - Commodity Descriptions
(For Application, see Item 1000)

CANCELLED EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 2011.

1500 - Commodity Descriptions

1500 - Commodity Descriptions
(For Application, see Item 1000)

CANCELLED EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 2011.

1400 - Commodity Descriptions

1400 - Commodity Descriptions
(For Application, see Item 1000)

CANCELLED EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 2011.

1300 - Commodity Descriptions

1300 - Commodity Descriptions
(For Application, see Item 1000)

CANCELLED EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 2011.

1200 - Commodity Descriptions

1200 - Commodity Descriptions
(For Application, see Item 1000)

CANCELLED EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 2011.

481 - Customs Processing - Administrative Fee (CPAF)

481 - Customs Processing - Administrative Fee (CPAF)

All shipments to/from Canada and the US governed by this tariff shall be subject to a surcharge of $33.00 to cover customs processing and administration.  This surcharge is in addition to the freight charges quoted herein.

 

EFFECTIVE JULY 3, 2017.

480 - Customs or In Bond Freight

480 - Customs or In Bond Freight

SECTION A:

 

1.  Shipments moving under United States/Canada Customs Bond for Customs clearance will be assessed a fee for inbond/sufferance warehouse handling.

Charges in cents per 100 pounds                          $4.85       

Minimum Charges per shipment                            $144.20

Maximum Charges per shipment or per trailer if more than one trailer is required to transport the shipment   $425.40

Such charge shall be in addition to all other applicable charges. Party paying freight charges will be responsible for INBOND CHARGES.

 

2.   Shipments subject to Inbond Fees and sufferance warehouse handling:

 

    a. On shipments subject to Customs clearance at a point in the United States where the specified broker will not set up the IT paperwork on behalf of his client, The carrier will have Livingston prepare the bond.  The cost of this will be passed on to the payor of the freight charges.  A charge of $34.00 will be applicable.

    b. In the event that an Inbond shipment is required to be manifested or re-manifested by the sufferance warehouse administrative staff, the charge shall be $52.50 per shipment per manifest or re-manifest.

    c. In the event that US or Canada Customs elects to examine or inspect a given shipment and requires the carrier (next day or within stipulated time frame) to present the shipment to an inland customs warehouse location for examination, the charge will be $139.00 per shipment (Examination Fee) in addition to any other Inbond fees or charges found in Item 480.

      In addition, if US or Canada Customs elect to immediately examine a given shipment while at a border port location the examination fee of $139.00 will apply in addition to any other Inbond fees or charges AND a detention fee of $74.20 per hour shall be assessed for any portion of an hour after 2 hours of free time and until the driver is allowed to proceed.

In the event that US or Canada Customs requires the carrier, while at a border port location, to immediately off load shipments on a trailer in order to view and examine a given shipment or shipments, and the carrier must engage a third party provider to unload the trailer, the payor of the freight charges shall be assessed the invoice value submitted by the third party provider in addition to the $139.00 Examination Fee and Detention Fee outlined above.

d. Inbond shipments brought to an inland sufferance warehouse will be assessed a storage charge after 24 hours of free time at the sufferance warehouse of $2.20 cwt., subject to a minimum of $47.00 and a maximum of $109.20 per shipment per day.

e. Any additional fees related to Inbond shipments that are applied by various inland sufferance warehouse operators and assessed to the carrier not covered herein will be the responsibility of the payor of the freight charges consistent with an itemized invoice provided by the sufferance warehouse operator to carrier.

f. Rates and charges found in this item may be subject to increase at any time should sufferance warehouse operators in various local market areas decide to raise the respective rates and charges.

3.  Line haul charges on shipments requiring Customs clearance at a point other than final destination will                be assessed on the basis of rates and charges applicable from point of origin to the point of Customs      clearance, plus the rates and charges applicable from the point of Customs clearance to the final destination. (See NOTE A)

4.   Import freight moving Inbond may not be included in the same shipment on the same bill of lading

5.  Shipments moving under Customs Bond will not be accorded the privileges of stopping in transit or split pickup or split delivery.

6.  Each IT shipment (Immediate Transportation Permit) issued for movement of an InBond shipment will be considered as a separate shipment, and must be accompanied by one bill of lading and shipping order. (See NOTE B)

7.  Shipments tendered in a vehicle sealed by or at the instructions of the consignor, or as required by competent authority, will be considered as fully loaded or loaded to capacity and subject to the provisions of the applicable Capacity Load Rule. On shipments cleared en route by Customs, the movement beyond such clearance does not require a seal, normal rates and charges will apply to the beyond point.

8.  Shipments moving under a Tir Carnet issued by the originating carrier are subject to a charge of $149.40 which will be in addition to all other applicable charges (including the InBond or Customs clearance charges herein applicable), and will be collected from the party responsible for the line haul charges.

9.  When the carrier is required to pickup shipping documents or Customs release forms from a forwarder or broker for validation prior to pickup of a shipment, a charge of $3.28 cwt., subject to Minimum Charge of $60.00, Maximum Charge of $285.30 for each pickup of such documents, will be assessed in addition to all other applicable charges (including the Inbond or Customs clearance charges herein applicable), and will be collected from the party responsible for the line haul charges.

10. Any detention or storage charges will be assessed against the party responsible for the line haul charges. Such charges must be prepaid or guaranteed to the carrier's satisfaction before the shipment is released. For the purpose of applying storage rules, notification to the local Customs Office that the shipment is available for inspection will constitute tender of the shipment for delivery.

11. When it is necessary for the carrier to purchase and apply "High Security Red In-Bond Seals" for shipments moving under United States Customs Bond, a charge of $67.00 per seal will be assessed in addition to all other applicable charges. Carrier will not be responsible for equipment or tools necessary for removal of the High Security Red In-Bond Seal(s).

 

NOTE A--No beyond line haul charges will apply when the final destination is located within the terminal area of the points of Customs clearance and is subject to the same rate basing point of Customs clearance.

NOTE B--Not applicable on volume or truckload shipments moving Inbond between steamship company piers or wharves or when such shipments are delivered to a Customs Bonded Warehouse.

 

EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 26, 2016.

499 - Dead Head Charge

499 - Dead Head Charge

When shipper requests a truck to dead head excessively (greater than 50 miles) to load origin, then a charge of $1.60 per dead head mile plus applicable fuel surcharge (FSC) will apply.

EFFECTIVE JUNE 26, 2017.

110 - Definitions

110 - Definitions

The terms:
1. "Business Day" means each day, Monday thru Friday, excluding Holidays.
2. "Business Hours" means time during which operations are generally conducted by the carrier at the point where the service is performed.
3. "Carrier", "Consignor" or "Consignee" include the authorized representatives or agents of such "carrier", "consignor" or "consignee".
4. "Consignee to unload the shipment" means that the consignee will perform the complete service of unloading the freight from the position in which it was transported in or on the carrier?s vehicle.
5. "Consignor to load the shipment" means the consignor will perform the complete service of loading the freight in or on the carriers vehicle and the proper stowing and/or stacking thereof to withstand the normal hazards of transportation. When blocking or bracing is necessary to insure safe transportation, such blocking or bracing must be furnished and installed by and at the expense of the consignor.
6. "Holiday" means: New Years Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, or any other day generally observed as a holiday by the carrier at the point where the service is performed. When the holiday falls on Sunday, the following Monday will be considered as a holiday.
7. "Joint-line traffic" means the transportation of a shipment via two or more motor carriers, not including carriers performing pickup service at a point of origin or delivery service at point of destination or at intermediate interchange point as agent of the originating or delivering carriers.
8. "Less than Truckload (LTL)" - Shall be specifically designated as that quantity of freight weighing less than 20,000 lbs., loaded not to exceed 20 linear feet and rated subject to the limitations of the MC-M10M rate columns.
9. "Place" (See Note A), means a particular street or other designation of a factory, store, warehouse, place of business or private residence at a "point".
10. "Point" means a particular city, town, village, community or other area which is treated as unit for the application of line-haul rates.
11. "Single line traffic" means the transportation or a shipment via one carrier or via two or more motor carriers specifically designated as being considered as one carrier, whether pickup service at point of origin or delivery service at point of destination is performed by the carrier or for its account by another carrier as its agent.
12. "Site" means a particular platform or specific location for loading or unloading at a "place".
13. "Traffic handled direct" means the transportation of a shipment via only one motor carrier (not including carriers specifically designated as being considered as one carrier), whether pickup service at point of origin or delivery service at point of destination is performed by such carrier or for its account by another carrier as its agent.
14. "Truck" or "vehicle" means any vehicle or vehicles propelled or drawn by a single mechanical power unit and used on the highways in the transportation of property.
15. "Two-line haul", "three-line haul" or "four-line haul" includes the carrier for whose account the provisions are published. Unless otherwise specifically provided, two or more carriers specifically designated as being considered as one carrier will be considered as only one line.
16. "Any Quantity(AQ) - An AQ rate or rating is one which is specifically designated AQ in this tariff or in tariffs making reference to this tariff and are those applicable to the quantity of articles weighing less than 20,000 lbs. and loaded not to exceed 20 feet. (MC-M10M rate columns)
17. "Convert-Van" means a trailer that can be used as a flatbed by removing side panels.
18. Less than Truckload (LTL)"-An LTL rate or rating is one which is specifically designated LTL in this tariff or in tariffs making reference to this tariff and are those applicable to a quantity of freight weighing less than 20,000 lbs. and loaded not to exceed 20 feet. (MC-M10M rate columns)
19. "Volume or Truckload (VOL or TL)"-A VOL or TL rate or rating is one which is specifically designated VOL or TL in this tariff or in tariffs making reference to this tariff and are those for which a VOL or TL Minimum Weight is specifically provided.
20. "TIR CARNET" means a document used to expedite the movement of goods in international trade and it guarantees the custom duties, if any.
21. "Shipment" means a lot of freight received from one consignor at one point (or place within the confines of a single plant), on one day, consigned to one consignee at one destination and covered by one Bill of Lading.
22. "Capacity Load" or "Loaded to Capacity" means the extent to which a standard truck is loaded with freight, each term meaning that quantity of freight which, when loaded in or on a standard truck weighs not less than the TL minimum weight applicable to a shipment of such freight; or, that quantity of freight, which in the manner loaded, so fills a standard truck that no more of the shipment in the shipping form tendered can be loaded in or on the truck; or that quantity of freight which because of unusual shape or dimensions or because of necessity for segregation or separation from other freight requires the entire capacity of a standard truck.
23. "Upper Peninsula” (UP) is defined as zip codes 49710, 49715, 49719, 49724, 49725, 49726, 49728, 49736, 49745, 49748, 49752, 49757, 49760, 49762, 49768, 49774, 49775, 49780, 49781, 49783, 47984, 49788, 49793, 49801, 49805, 49806, 48907, 49808, 49812, 49814, 49815, 49816, 49817, 49818, 49819, 49820, 49821, 49822, 49825, 49827, 49829, 49831, 49833, 49834, 49835, 49836, 49837, 49838, 49839, 49840, 49841, 49845, 49847, 49848, 49849, 49852, 49853, 49854, 49855, 49861, 49862, 49863, 49864, 49865, 49866, 49868, 49870, 49871, 49872, 49873, 49874, 49876, 49877, 49878, 49879, 49880, 49881, 49883, 49884, 49885, 49886, 49887, 49891, 49892, 49893, 49894, 49895, 49896, 49901, 49902, 49903, 49905, 49908, 49910, 49911, 49912, 49913, 49915, 49916, 49917, 49918, 49919, 49920, 49921, 49922, 49925, 49927, 49929, 49930, 49931, 49934, 49935, 49938, 49942, 49945, 49946, 49947, 49948, 49950, 49552, 49553, 49955, 49958, 49959, 49960, 49961, 49962, 49963, 49964, 49965, 49967, 49968, 49969, 49970, 49971, 54102, 54103, 54104, 54119, 54120, 54121, 54125, 54151, 54156, 54177, 54202, 54209, 54210, 54211, 54212, 54234, 54246, 54433, 54434, 54437, 54439, 54447, 54456, 54459, 54470, 54490, 54493, 54498, 54511, 54512, 54513, 54514, 54515, 54517, 54519, 54521, 54524, 54525, 54526, 54527, 54529, 54530, 54531, 54532, 54534, 54536, 54537, 54538, 54539, 54540, 54542, 54543, 54545, 54546, 54547, 54548, 54550, 54552, 54554, 54555, 54556, 54557, 54558, 54559, 54560, 54561, 54562, 54563, 54564, 54565, 54566, 54568, 54731, 54766, 54771, 54801, 54806, 54813, 54814, 54816, 54817, 54818, 54819, 54820, 54821, 54827, 54828, 54830, 54832, 54834, 54835, 54836, 54837, 54838, 54839, 54840, 54841, 54842, 54843, 54844, 54845, 54846, 54847, 54848, 54849, 54850, 54854, 54855, 54856, 54857, 54859, 54861, 54862, 54864, 54865, 54867, 54868, 54870, 54871, 58472, 54873, 54874, 54875, 54876, 54880, 54888, 54890, 54891, 54893, 54895, 54896.
24.  “NY Boroughs” is defined as zips 103-104 and  zips 110-119.
25. “WP (West Pennsylvania)” is defined as zips 150-166.
26. “EP (East Pennsylvania)” is defined as zips 167-196.
27. “CN (Canada) direct” is defined as AB (Alberta), BC (British Columbia), MB (Manitoba), SK (Saskatchewan), ON (Ontario), QC (Quebec), NB (New Brunswick), NF (Newfoundland), NL (Labrador), NS (Nova Scotia), and PE (Prince Edward Island),
28. “CN (Canada) indirect” is defined as AI (Alberta Indirect), BI (British Columbia Indirect), IC (Indirect Canada), NT (Northwest Territories), NU (Nunavut), OI (Ontario Indirect), QI  (Quebec Indirect), and YT (Yukon Territory).

NOTE A: The "place" shall include only contiguous property which shall not be deemed separate if intersected by a public street or thorough-fare.

EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 2014.

 

502 - Detention - LTL or AQ shipments

502 - Detention - LTL or AQ shipments

This item applies when carrier's vehicles with power units are delayed or detained either on the premises of consignor or consignee or as close to thereto as conditions will permit, subject to the following provisions:

 

Sec. 1. - General Provisions

1.  This item applies only to vehicles which have been ordered or used to transport shipments:

(a) Subject to LTL or AQ rates subject to a stated minimum weight of less than 20,000 pounds:

(b) Not subject to shipments which are assessed charges based on provisions of Item 390 (Capacity Loads) or Item 470 (Exclusive Use of Vehicles).

2.  When carrier's employee assists in loading, unloading or checking the freight, this item will apply whether or not the power unit is actually detained.

3.  Nothing in this item shall require a carrier to pickup or deliver freight at hours other than such carrier's normal business hours.

4.  When vehicle is both unloaded and reloaded, each transaction will be treated independently of the other, except that when loading is begun before unloading is completed, free time for loading shall not begin until free time for unloading has expired.

5.  Freight remaining undelivered after the accrual of any detention charges may be placed in storage. Such freight shall be subject to accrued detention charges up to the time freight is placed in storage and shall immediately become subject to storage charges. If the freight is later tendered for delivery, the charge for redelivery will apply. In such event, detention charges as provided in Sec. 5. of this item, will immediately become applicable.

6.  When, through no fault of the carrier, the loading or unloading of a vehicle with power unit cannot be completed at the end of a normal business day.

(a) Consignor or consignee may request that the vehicle without power remain at its premises and the provisions of Sec. 4. (2) will apply.

(b) Consignor or consignee may request that the vehicle with power be returned to carrier's premises. At that time, computation of any remaining free time will cease. That portion of the shipment in the carrier's possession is subject to storage. When the vehicle is returned to consignor's or consignee's premises, computation of any remaining free time will resume. The portion of a shipment that is redelivered is subject to redelivery charges provided in Item 830.

 

Sec. 2. - Definitions

"Loading" - includes the furnishing to the carrier the Bill of Lading or forwarding directions or documents necessary for forwarding of the shipment.

 

"Unloading" - includes:

a)  Surrender to the carrier of Bill of Lading on shipments billed "To Order".

b)  Payment of lawful charges to the carrier when required prior to delivery of the shipment.

c)  Notification to the carrier that the vehicle is unloaded.

d)  Signing delivery receipt when delivering carrier's agent is present at unloading.

 

Sec. 3. - Computation of Time

1.  Except as provided in Paragraphs (2) and (3), computation of time shall begin upon notification by the driver to the responsible representative of the consignor or consignee of the arrival of the vehicle for loading or unloading. time shall end upon completion of loading or unloading and receipt by the driver of a signed Bill of Lading or receipt for delivery.

2.  Computations of time are subject to and are to be made within the normal business day at the designated premises at place of pickup or delivery, except:

(a) When loading or unloading is not completed at the end of such day, time will be resumed upon notification by driver to the responsible representative of the consignor or consignee that he is ready to resume loading or unloading.

(b) When loading or unloading is interrupted for a normal meal period, meal time not to exceed one hour, will be excluded from computation of time.

3.  When carrier is permitted to work before or after the normal day, such working time shall also be included.

4.  When consignor tenders or consignee receives more than one LTL or AQ shipment at one time, the combined weight will be used to determine free time. The free time will be increased by 5 minutes for each shipment subject to maximum of 60 minutes additional free time.

5.  When there is more than one payor, charges will be pro-rated on the basis of the weight of each individual shipment.  Where single or multiple LTL or AQ shipments subject to LTL or AQ rates exceed the carrying capacity of one vehicle, free time for each vehicle shall be computed separately.

 

Sec. 4. - Free Time

1)  Free Time shall be as follows:

 

ACTUAL WEIGHT                                  FREE TIME IN HOURS

IN POUNDS                                          PER VEHICLE STOP

     PER

VEHICLE STOP                         PALLET LOADED

 

1 – 20,000                                                         .5

 

1.  Once a vehicle with power is placed for loading or unloading and then changed to a vehicle without power at the request of consignor or consignee, the free time and detention charges will be applied as follows:

(a) If the change is requested and made within free time allowed for a vehicle with power, free time will cease immediately at the time request is made and detention charges for vehicle without power will be applied immediately with no further free time allowed.

(b) If the charge is requested and made after expiration of free time for a vehicle with power, free time and detention charges will be computed on the basis of a vehicle with power up to the time the change was requested. In addition thereto, vehicle will immediately be place on detention for vehicle without power with no further free time allowed.

 

Sec. 5 - Charges

1)     When the loading or unloading is delayed, the charge per vehicle for each 15 minutes, or fraction thereof, beyond free time will be $44.50 subject to a minimum charge of $108.20.

 

EFFECTIVE JUNE 26, 2017.

504 - Detention - Use of Vehicle at Destination

504 - Detention - Use of Vehicle at Destination

FOR THE PURPOSE OF HOLDING PUBLIC SALE OF THE CONTENTS THEREOF

Except as otherwise provided, where the consignor and/or consignee has made proper arrangements with the delivering carrier for the use of a vehicle at the consignee's place of business for the purpose of holding a public sale of the merchandise contained in said vehicle, the following rules shall govern:

1.  Arrangements for the service authorized in this item must be made with the delivering carrier before shipment is tendered for transportation.  The instructions and/or Bill of Lading and/or Shipping Order shall clearly state the place and site at which the vehicle will be used for the purpose of conducting the sale of the merchandise which will be transported in the vehicle.

2.  These provisions will only apply on shipments which have moved to the point of destination on VOL or TL rates and on which Stopping-in-Transit Privileges for Partial Unloading have not been accorded.

3.  These provisions will only apply when the vehicle has been loaded and sealed by the consignor and will be unload by the consignee. Bill of Lading and Shipping Order must specify that loading was performed by consignor and that unloading is to be done by consignee. The provisions of this rule will apply only on shipments on which Bill of Lading and Shipping Order have been noted "Consignor load, count and seal."

4.  FREE TIME:

(a) Except as otherwise provided herein, 8 hours free time will be allowed for the unloading of the vehicles after placed at the site designated by the consignee.

(b) When the vehicles are placed prior to 8:00 a.m. of any day, Monday to Saturday, inclusive, free time shall begin at 8:00 a.m. of such day.

(c) When vehicles are placed after 5:00 p.m. of any day, Monday to Saturday, inclusive, free time shall begin at 8:00 a.m. of the following day, except as provided in Paragraph 4(e).

(d) When any portion of the free time provided in Paragraph 4(a) extends beyond 5:00 p.m. of any day, Monday to Saturday, inclusive, such portion of free time shall be computed from 8:00 a.m. of the next day which is neither a Federal, State or Municipal Holiday, nor a Sunday.

(e) Free time shall not begin on a Sunday or a Federal, State or Municipal Holiday observed at point of placement, but at 8:00 a.m. of the next day which is neither a Federal, State or Municipal Holiday nor a Sunday,

5.  CHARGES:

After the expiration of free time prescribed herein, use charges will be assessed as follows:

(a) For the first 24 hours or fraction thereof, $90.30 per vehicle (Sundays and Holidays excepted).

(b) For the second 24 hours or fraction thereof, $134.40 per vehicle (Sundays and Holidays excepted).

(c) For the third and each succeeding 24 hours or fraction thereof, $168.00 per vehicle (including Sundays and Holidays).

(d) All charges accruing under the provisions of this item shall be paid by the consignee.

 

EFFECTIVE JUNE 26, 2017.

500 - Detention - Vehicles with Power Units (Truckload)

500 - Detention - Vehicles with Power Units (Truckload)

Detention - Vehicles with Power Units

This item applies when carrier's vehicles with power units are delayed or detained on the premises of consignor, consignee, or on other premises designated by them, or as close thereto as conditions will permit, subject to the following provisions:

 

Sec. 1. - General Provisions

a) This item applies only to vehicles which have been ordered or used to transport shipments subject to truckload rates. For the purpose of this item, the term "truckload rates" shall be considered to include shipments moving on a rate subject to a stated minimum weight of 20,000 pounds or more when not designated as a truckload rate, and, where applicable, shipments which are assessed charges based on the provisions of a Capacity Load Rule or are accorded Exclusive Use of Vehicle Service or Expedited Service.

b) This item applies only when vehicles are delayed or detained at the premises of pickup or delivery and only when such delay or detention is not attributable to the carrier.

c) Free time for each vehicle will be as provided in Sec. 4. After the expiration of free time, charges will be assessed as provided in Sec. 5.

d) The detention charges due the carrier will be assessed against the consignor in the case of loading and against the consignee in the case of unloading, irrespective of whether line-haul charges are prepaid or collect. When detention charges are attributable to others who are not parties to the Bill of Lading, the party responsible for the payment of the freight charges will be held responsible for any accrued detention charges. (See Note A)

NOTE A: At those marine terminal facilities where Federal Maritime Commission detention charges apply, carrier charges pursuant to this rule will be assessed on the party responsible for the payment of the freight charges to the extent such charges exceed those of the Federal Maritime Commission.

e) When carrier's employee assists in loading, unloading, or checking the freight, this item will apply whether or not the power unit is actually detained.

f) Nothing in this item shall require a carrier to pickup or deliver freight at hours other than carrier's normal business hours. This shall not be construed to restrict a carrier's ability to accept pickup and delivery schedules at hours other than its normal business hours.

 

Sec. 2. - Definitions

a)  "Vehicle" means straight trucks or tractor-trailer combinations used for the transportation of property.

b)  "Loading" includes furnishing carrier with the Bill of Lading, forwarding directions or other documents necessary for forwarding the shipment.

c)     "Unloading" includes:

(1)  Surrender the Bill of Lading to the carrier on shipments billed, "To Order";

(2)  Payment of lawful charges to the carrier when required prior to delivery of the shipment;

(3)  Notification to the carrier that vehicle is unloaded; and

(4)  Signing of the delivery receipt.

d)  "Premises" means the entire property at or near the physical facilities of consignor, consignee or other designated party.

e)  "Site" means a specific location at or on the premises of consignor, consignee or other designated party.

f)  "Normal non-working periods" means meal, coffee and rest breaks.

g)  "Pallet" means pallets, platforms, shipping racks or skids with or without standing sides or ends, but without tops.

 

Sec. 3. - Computation of Time

a)  Commencement and termination:

1) The time per vehicle shall begin to run upon actual notification by carrier's employee to a responsible representative of consignor, consignee or other designated party at the premises of pickup or delivery of the arrival of the vehicle for loading and unloading.  Upon such notification, the responsible representative of consignor, consignee or other designated party may enter the time of arrival onto the carrier's detention record. If the representative refuses to enter the time, then carrier's employee will enter the time and it will be binding upon each party.

2) Time shall end upon completion of loading or unloading except as provided for in Paragraph (c) of this section. Upon such completion, a responsible representative of consignor, consignee or other designated party may enter the time of completion onto the carrier's detention record. If the representative refuses to enter the time, then carrier's employee will enter the time and it will be binding.

b)  Prearranged scheduling:

1) Upon reasonable request of consignor, consignee or others designated by them, carrier will, without additional charge, enter into a prearranged schedule for arrival of the vehicle for loading or unloading.

2) When the carrier enters into a prearranged schedule with consignor, consignee or others designated by them for the arrival of the vehicle for loading or unloading and carrier is unable for any reason to maintain such schedule, then carrier and consignor, consignee or other party designated by them have the option to agree to a mutually convenient and prompt alternative arrival time or in the event such agreement cannot be reached, to compute detention time against consignor, consignee or other party designated by them from carrier's actual arrival time subject to an extension of 15 minutes, or fraction thereof, the vehicle is delayed beyond the originally scheduled arrival time; in no case shall such extended free time exceed 60 minutes.

3) If carrier's vehicle arrives prior to scheduled time, time shall begin to run from the scheduled time or actual time loading or unloading commences, whichever is earlier.

c)  Conditions governing the computation of time:

1) Computations of time are subject to and are to be made within the normal business hours at the designated place of pickup or delivery.  If carrier is permitted to work beyond this period, such working time shall also be included.

2) When loading or unloading is not completed at the end of normal business hours at the designated place, consignor, consignee or other party designated by them shall have the option:

(I) to request that the vehicle without power remain at its premises subject to the provisions of Sec. 4 (d); or

(II) to request that the vehicle with power be returned to carrier without being subject to charges for storage or redelivery so long as free time has not yet expired. When the vehicle is returned for completion of loading or unloading, the computation of any remaining free time will resume. If free time has expired and detention has begun to accrue, storage or redelivery charges as may otherwise be provided will be assessed.

3) When carrier's employee interrupts loading or unloading by the taking of any normal non-working periods, any such time will be excluded from the computation of time in excess of free time.

 

Sec. 4. - Free Time

a)  Free time shall be computed as follows:

 

ACTUAL WEIGHT                      FREE TIME IN HOURS PER

IN POUNDS PER                                  VEHICLE STOP

VEHICLE STOP

(See Note B)                             FLOOR LOADED          PALLET LOADED

 

10,000 but less than 20,000                                3                                  1

20,000 but less than 28,000                                4                                  2

28,000 but less than 36,000                                5                                  2

36,000 but less than 44,000                                6                                  2

44,000 or more                                                  7                                  2

 

NOTE B: Also applies to the last vehicle used in transporting overflow truckload shipments, or to vehicles containing truckload shipments stopped for completion of loading or partial unloading.

b) When at least 90 percent of the shipment weight (exclusive of pallet weight) is loaded on pallets, or when shipment is loaded on flat-bed or other open-top equipment, free time shall be as provided under "PALLET LOADED" as shown above, except that, when open-top equipment is used in lieu of closed equipment to transport shipment of unpalletized general commodities, free time will be as provided under "FLOOR LOADED" as shown above.

c) When more than one truckload shipment or a truckload shipment and one or more less-than truckload (LTL) or any quantity (AQ) shipments are loaded) on one vehicle at the premises of consignor or when more than one truckload shipment or a truckload shipment and one or more LTL or AQ shipments are unloaded from one vehicle at the premises of consignee or other designated party, the combined weight will be used to determine free time, in all other instances the individual shipment weight will be used.

d) When a vehicle with power is changed to a vehicle without power at the request of consignor, consignee or other party designated by them, the free time and detention charges will be applied as follows:

1) If the change is requested and made before the expiration of free time for a vehicle with power, free time will cease immediately at the time the request is made, and detention charges for vehicles without power will immediately commence with no further free time allowed.

2) If the change is requested and made after the expiration of free time for a vehicle with power, free time and detention charges will be computed on the basis of a vehicle with power up to the time the change was requested. In addition thereto, the vehicle will immediately be charged detention for vehicles without power with no further free time allowed.

e) When a vehicle is both unloaded and reloaded, each transaction will be treated independently of each other, except that when loading is begun before unloading is completed, free time for loading shall not begin until free time for unloading has elapsed.

f) Loading or unloading at more than one site at or on the premises of consignor, consignee or other designated party shall constitute one vehicle stop.

 

Sec. 5 - Charges

When the delay per vehicle beyond free time is 1 hour or less, the charges will be $127.10. For eac