Published Date: 01/202016
RULE: 4 - HEAVY LIFT
The application of Heavy Lift cargo charges will be governed by the following provisions and conditions:
a. CARGO TENDERED TO CARRIER IN/ON OCEAN CONTAINERS: Cargo, subject to the rates, charges and provisions named in this Tariff, when tendered to Carrier already loaded in/on ocean containers or transporting equipment will NOT be subject to any Heavy Lift Charges. However, Carrier reserves the right to refuse to accept any shipment loaded in/on a COL, SOL or underlying VOCC container that is - 1) loaded beyond its marked weight capacity; 2) without manufacturer’s plate clearly showing the specification of the container, including its maximum weight capacity; or 3) when Shipper fails to declare the gross weight of the loaded container. Any fines or penalties imposed as a result of the misapplication or misstatement of actual weight(s) on the B/L and/or other Shipping Documents will be for the account of the cargo.
b. CARGO TENDERED TO CARRIER IN A BREAKBULK, LOOSE OR UNCONTAINERIZED FORM: Except as otherwise provided in individual TLIs (rate Items), cargo, subject to the rates, charges and provisions named in this Tariff, when tendered to Carrier in a breakbulk, lose or uncontainerized form will NOT be subject to any Heavy Lift Charges and will be accepted without special arrangement PROVIDED the weight of each individual piece, package or unit in the shipment does NOT exceed 2000 lbs. Shipments containing individual pieces, packages or units weighing in excess of 2000 lbs. will be accepted by the Carrier for transportation ONLY after special arrangement and prior booking, and will be SUBJECT to the Heavy Lift Charges named below, which charge shall be in addition to all other applicable charges. Shipper MUST provide a complete description, including gross weight, of any article exceeding 8000 lbs. at the time cargo is booked with Carrier.
c. HEAVY LIFT CHARGES –
SHIPMENTS CONTAINING INDIVIDUAL PIECES, PACKAGES OR UNITS WEIGHING WILL BE SUBJECT TO A HEAVY LIFT CHARGE OF: (Whichever produces the Greater Revenue) Over 2000 lbs.
$ 0.50 PER CWT $ 0.15 PER CFT
SHIPMENTS CONTAINING INDIVIDUAL PIECES, PACKAGES OR UNITS WEIGHING WILL BE SUBJECT TO A HEAVY LIFT CHARGE OF: (Whichever produces the Greater Revenue)
Over 2000 lbs. $ 0.50 PER CWT $ 0.15 PER CFT