1 TERMINAL SERVICES TARIFF FOR DP WORLD VANCOUVER PORT OF VANCOUVER INCLUDING VANCOUVER FRASER PORT AUTHORITY FEE DOCUMENT INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE EFFECTIVE: JULY 1, 2011 Information regarding this section, services, regulations and charges may be obtained at the following address: DP WORLD (CANADA) INC. Trading as: DP WORLD VANCOUVER 777 Centennial Road Vancouver, B.C. V6A 1A3 Telephone: NOTICE Take notice that the terms and conditions of this tariff contain provisions limiting and/or excluding liability on the part of DP World (Canada) Inc. and Vancouver Fraser Port Authority. (See Definitions, Terms and Conditions and, in particular, Limitation and Exclusion of Liability.)
2 Page 2 Page 2 6 th Revision 6 th Revision Item INTRODUCTION Effective: April 1, PREFACE AND BASIC TERMS 1100 Short Title This Tariff may be cited as the Terminal Services Tariff, and is generally referred to as the tariff Publication This Terminal Services Tariff is published by DP World (Canada) Inc. with the approval of Vancouver Fraser Port Authority and incorporates the provisions of the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority Fee Document for wharfage and berthage charges Notice to Public This Terminal Services Tariff is notice that the rates, charges, terms, conditions, rules, regulations and definitions contained herein apply to all users of and vessels including their owner and operators, cargo, goods and traffic at DP World Vancouver without specific notice, quotation or prior arrangement. Where there is a direct conflict between this tariff and Vancouver Fraser Port Authority Fee Document, the Fee Document shall apply but only to the extent of such conflict. DP World (Canada) Inc. provides terminal services at DP World Vancouver to the users thereof, subject to all of the terms, conditions, rules, regulations and definitions of this tariff, which shall govern the relationship between DP World (Canada) Inc. and such users. Vancouver Fraser Port Authority provides wharfage and berthage at DP World Vancouver, subject to all of the terms and conditions of Vancouver Fraser Port Authority Fee Document. The use of the terminals, docks, wharves, facilities and services at DP World Vancouver shall be deemed complete acceptance of this tariff and Fee Document and any revisions or supplements thereto. DP World (Canada) Inc. reserves the right to furnish all equipment, supplies and materials and to perform all services in connection with the operation of DP World Vancouver, upon and subject to the rates, charges, terms, conditions, rules and regulations contained in this tariff Limitation and Exclusion of Liability Take notice that the terms and conditions of this tariff contain provisions limiting and/or excluding liability on the part of DP World (Canada) Inc. and Vancouver Fraser Port Authority. (See Definitions, Terms and Conditions and, in particular, Limitation and Exclusion of Liability.)
3 Page 3 Page 3 33 rd Revision 33 rd Revision Item INTRODUCTION Effective: July 1, PREFACE AND BASIC TERMS (Cont.) 1150 Charges Charges for terminal services shall not exceed the rates published in this tariff. All charges herein, when not absorbed by the ocean carrier, are for the account of the owner, shipper or consignee of the cargo, unless otherwise specified. All charges quoted herein are in Canadian dollars and based on performing the work during straight time operating periods Effective Date and Changes This tariff and all rates, charges, terms, conditions, rules and regulations contained therein shall apply at DP World Vancouver. This tariff shall be subject to change without specific notice and such changes will be effective from the date specified. This tariff is issued in loose-leaf form and all revisions, as approved by Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, will be made by reprinting an entire page. Each revised page will bear a revised page number and the effective date Item Numbers Numbers in brackets refer to item numbers in this tariff. 2. CURRENT PAGES 1200 The following is a list of all current pages in this tariff. Page No.: Revision: Page No.: Revision: Note: 0 = Original Page; 1 = 1 st Revision; 2 = 2 nd Revision; etc.
4 Page 4 Page 4 1 st Revision 1 st Revision Item INTRODUCTION Effective: April 1, CONVERSION FACTORS 1250 Meter Kilogram Litre = feet = pounds = gallons ( U.S. gallons) Metric tonne = kilograms = pounds = short tons (2000 pounds) = long tons (2240 pounds) Cubic meter = litres = cubic feet = measurement tons (40 cubic feet) = Mfbm (thousands of board feet) = gallons (Imperial) = bushels (Imperial) = barrels (42 U.S. gallons) Mfbm = 1000 board feet of lumber (12"x 12" x 1") Mscr = 1000 board feet of logs, as determined by Scribner scale
5 Page 5 Page 5 6 th Revision 6 th Revision Item TERMINAL CHARGES Effective: May 1, INDEX OF CARGO AND CHARGES CARGO INDEX 2020 All cargoes, N.O.S N.O.S., all cargoes CHARGES INDEX After Hours Gate Fee Berthage Break-bulk handling Cargo handling Container handling, loaded Container handling, empty Container operations Container services Container storage, empty Crane rental Demurrage Destuffing Direct transfer Equipment rental Export change of status Charge Fuel Surcharge Gate charge Labour rates Loading Minimum charges Miscellaneous services, cargo Misc. services, vessel Overtime rates Rail Car Reefer Cabling Reefer Rail Supplement Security Standby Stuffing Taxes Unloading Vessel Container Repositioning Vessel lines Wasted Truck Gate Appoints. Wharfage Yard rehandling Note: DP World Vancouver reserves the right to designate the classification of commodities not set out in this index.
6 Page 6 Page 6 30 th Revision 30 th Revision Item TERMINAL CHARGES Effective: July 1, VESSELS 1300 Berthage (4500) Unit Rate 1310 Coastal vessels operating between B.C. Ports (other than passenger vessels): Per hour, or part thereof, per meter hr/m Minimum charge for such vessels Total Vessels other than those above: Per hour, or part thereof, per meter during work periods hr/m Per hour, or part thereof, per meter during non-working periods hr/m Minimum charge for such vessels Total Handling Vessel Lines (4700) A B C D E F - Tying up 1, , , , , , Letting go , , , , , A = Monday Friday Hrs. B = Monday Friday Hrs. C = Saturday Hrs. D = Saturday Hrs., Hrs. E = Sunday All Shifts F = General Holidays All Shifts
7 Page 7 Page 7 24 th Revision 24 th Revision Item TERMINAL CHARGES Effective: January 1, VESSELS (Cont.) 1500 Miscellaneous Services Unit Rate 1530 Redocumentation (5710) Per Invoice Standby (7030) N/A M/E 1560 Water connection (5730) Installation 100' hose Additional hose, per 50' length Water M.T Services not otherwise specified By arrangement M/E 1590 Chassis storage (5320) By arrangement 1595 Service & Facility Charge (4800) Per day or part thereof Refundable Clean-up Deposit By arrangement Security Charges By arrangement
8 Page 8 Page 8 16 th Revision 16 th Revision Item TERMINAL CHARGES Effective: May 1, CONTAINERS 1600 Container Operations Unit Rate 1610 Loaded Container Handling (5010) Per container Truck Rail Car Empty Container Handling (5020) Per container Truck Rail Car Yard Rehandling (5030) Per container Gate Charge (5040) Per container Truck Rail Car Vessel Container repositioning Per container / move Reefer Rail Supplement (5170) Per container Rail Car Reefer Cabling (5180) - Unloading Per move Loading Per move Export Change of Status Charge (6520) Per container (includes all necessary yard rehandles) 1690 After Hours Gate Fee (5100) Per container
9 Page9 Page 9 10 th Revision 10 th Revision Item TERMINAL CHARGES Effective: January 1, CONTAINERS (Cont.) 1700 Container Services (5400) 1710 Plugging/unplugging refrigerated containers (5410) Each time performed Container monitoring Calendar day or part Electric power for refrigerated containers (5420) Calendar day or part Sweep or vacuum containers (5435) 20 ft. container By arrangement Space permitting 40 ft. container By arrangement 1750 Steam clean or chemical wash containers (5435) 20 ft. container By arrangement Space permitting 40 ft. container By arrangement 1760 Application / Removal of placard Per container Supply of placards Per placard Container Storage (5440) 1810 Empty container not part of throughput daily storage charges TEU per day - Including day of receipt and delivery
10 Page 10 Page th Revision 15 th Revision Item TERMINAL CHARGES Effective: May 1, CARGO 2000 Wharfage (6000), stuffing/destuffing containers (5500), handling of break-bulk cargo (5510) and loading/unloading cargo to/from inland carriers (5520). For goods unloaded or loaded overside, directly to/from scows, barges or the water, wharfage is charged at one half of the published rates. Loading/unloading is of two possible types: A = Cargo requiring both labour and equipment, but excluding blocking and bracing; B = Cargo handled by fully mechanized means (forklift) Containerized cargo wharfage charges (excludes empty containers). Unit Rate Import Containers TEU Export Containers TEU Non-containerized cargo wharfage charges: Lumber Mfbm 2.51 Wood pulp W 2.21 All Cargoes N.O.S. W 2.32 Minimum charge per Bill of Lading Each 1.90 Unit Stuff/ Destuff Break Bulk Handling Load / Unload A B 2020 All Cargoes, N.O.S.: N.O.S. (weight) - loose W unitized N.O.S. (measure) - loose M unitized
13 Page 13 Page th Revision 13 th Revision Item TERMINAL CHARGES Effective: April 1, DIRECT TRANSFER 3000 Direct Transfer (5530) all cargoes, inward/outward Unit Rate 3010 Between vessel and inland carrier: (i) inward goods from vessel Max of Tonne W or M (ii) outward goods to vessel Max of Tonne W or M Between vessel and barges, scows or water: (i) inward goods to barges, scows or the water a) all goods, N.O.S. Max of Tonne W or M (ii) outward goods from barges, scows or the water a) all goods, N.O.S. Max of Tonne W or M DEMURRAGE 3100 Demurrage: (6500) Unit Rate 3110 Import Containers including empty imports and CBSA. TEU / day - First five calendar days following free time including day of delivery (including part days) Thereafter Export Containers including empty exports. - Received ex Rail First seven calendar days following free time including day of receipt. TEU / day (including part days) Thereafter Received ex Truck First seven calendar days following free time including day of receipt. TEU / day (including part days) Thereafter All cargoes (excluding goods in containers), N.O.S. Max of Tonne W or M Minimum charge per Bill of Lading Per Day Note: The charges under this section are subject to the minimum invoicing fee under section 7235.
14 Page 14 Page th Revision 26 th Revision Item TERMINAL CHARGES Effective: May 1, EQUIPMENT RENTAL Unit Rate 3200 Container Crane (5200), excluding operators Hour Minimum charge four (4) hours 3230 Terminal Equipment Lift Trucks Under 3,629 kg Hour Lift Trucks 3,629 kg to 4,536 kg Hour Lift Trucks 4,536 kg to 7,258 kg Hour Lift Trucks 7,258 kg to 13,688 kg Hour Lift Trucks Over 13,688 kg Hour Tractor Hour Trailer Twin 20 Container Hour Trailer 53 foot container Hour Trailer Container Hour Trailer Breakbulk Hour Rubber Tyre Gantry (min. charge of 4 hours) Hour
15 Page 15 Page th Revision 28 th Revision Item TERMINAL CHARGES Effective: July 1, Straight Time and Shift Differentials 8. MAN-HOUR RATES Straight Time Shift Differentials A B C D E F G 3301 Head Foreman Foreman Longshoreman # Longshoreman # Longshoreman # Longshoreman # Longshoreman - Basic A = Delay Rates B = Extra Labour Cost Plus (i.e., normal charge-out rate). C = Monday Friday Hrs. D = Saturday Hrs. E = Monday Friday Hrs. F = Saturday Hrs.; Sunday All Shifts. G = General Holidays All Shifts #1 = Tradesman (certified). #2 = Dock Gantry Driver, Locomotive Engineer, Head Checker, Straddle Carrier Operator, Bulk Operator, Hatch Tender, Container Freight Station (CFS) Operations, Re-Load Operations, Container Heavy Lift Truck Driver (15,000 lb. & up, Top Pick, Side Handler, Reach Stacker). #3 = Switchman, Paperman, Ship and Dock Mobile Equipment Operator (other than in classification 2 or 4), Lead Hand, Tradesman (uncertified). #4 = Lift Truck Operator (14,000 lb. and under), Checker, Truck Driver (air brake certificate).
16 Page 16 Page th Revision 30 th Revision Item TERMINAL CHARGES Effective: July 1, Shift Extensions and Meal Hour Penalty Differentials 8. MAN-HOUR RATES (Cont.) A B C D E F G H I 3321 Head Foreman Foreman Longshoreman A = Monday Friday Hrs.; 1 hr. shift extension and ½ hour meal penalty B = Monday Friday Hrs.; 3 hr. min. 4 hr. max shift extension C = Monday Friday Hrs.; All shift extensions and ½ hr. meal penalty D = Saturday Hrs.; 1 hr. shift extension and ½ hr. meal penalty E = Monday Friday Hrs.; All shift extensions and ½ hr. meal penalty F = Saturday Hrs.; Sunday All shifts; All shift extensions and ½ hr. meal penalty G = Saturday Hrs.; 3 hr. min. 4 hr. max shift extension H = General Holidays All shifts; All shift extensions and ½ hr. meal penalty I = Monday Friday Dayshift; 0600 start to 0800 For longshore extensions in excess of 1 hour a meal allowance of is also charged.
17 Page 17 Page 17 9 h Revision 9 th Revision Item TERMINAL CHARGES Effective: May 1, MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES Unit Rate 3400 Cargo Services Boarding (5610) N/A M/E Bracing (5620) N/A M/E Covering (5630) N/A M/E Labelling, stencilling (5660, 5670) N/A M/E Palletizing (5640) N/A M/E 3407 Weighing on truck scales (5690) Per scale ticket Dangerous and Hazardous Cargo (6400) - Extra services required in handling (6410) N/A M/E - Dangerous goods surcharge (6430) Per container Security: (7340) 3501 Container Security Surcharge Laden TEU Fuel Surcharge (7350) Per Container Crude price between Crude price between Crude price between Crude price between Full MT Full MT Full MT Full MT TAXES 3600 Taxes: (7205) Unit Rate 3601 Sales Tax N/A By Law
18 Page 18 Page 18 9 h Revision 9 th Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: May 1, GENERAL INDEX 4240 Abbreviations 1200 Current pages 5600 Miscellaneous services 4630 Accompanying article charge 6400 Dangerous substances 4245 N.O.S After Hours Gate Fee 6510 Demurrage 4165 Overtime 4105 Authority 5500 Destuffing 7020 Overtime 4110 Authority property 5530 Direct Transfer 4170 Owner of vessel or cargo 4500 Berthage 5650 Distribution 5640 Palletizing 5610 Boarding 4230 Dock Apron 7210 Payment of charges 5620 Blocking and bracing 6300 Documentation 1100 Preface 5510 Break-bulk handling 7050 Double Shifting 5180 Rail Reefer Cabling 4241 CFS 5450 Empty container storage 5710 Redocumentation 4242 CY 7000 Equipment rental 5170 Reefer Rail Supplement 7220 Calculation of charges 6400 Explosives 6200 Refrigerated goods 6050 Cargo Received/Delivered 7040 Foreman Turnaround 6100 Removal of goods 4220 Cargo and goods 4150 Free time 4800 Service & Facility Charge 4005 DP World (Canada) Inc Free time, ERD, ECS & Demurrage 4225 Shipment 4010 DP World Vancouver 7350 Fuel Surchage 7030 Standby 7200 Charges generally 5040 Gate charge 5660 Stencilling 5340 Chassis reporting charge 4700 Handling vessel lines 4185 Straight time 5330 Chassis roadability check 5510 Handling, break-bulk 5500 Stuffing 4300 Collection of ocean charges 5020 Handling, empty containers 7205 Taxes 4115 Collective Agreement 5010 Handling, loaded containers 4246 TEU 4120 Container 4215 Hirer 4190 Tonne 4135 Containerized cargo 4210 Inland carrier 4195 Truck chassis 4125 Container crane 4000 Interpretation of terminology 4200 Unitized goods 5200 Container crane 5670 Labelling 5520 Unloading 4130 Container freight station 7400 Limitation and exclusion of liability 4700 Vessel lines 5020 Container handling, empty 5520 Loading 7550 Vessel Liability 5010 Container handling, loaded 4243 M 7500 Vessel Security 5000 Container operations 4244 M/E 4247 W 7340 Container Security Surcharge 4155 Main mark 5730 Water connection 5400 Container services 7000 Man-hour rates 5690 Weighing 5440 Container storage 7245 Material supplied 6000 Wharfage 4140 Container storage area 7235 Minimum billing charge 6030 Wharfage overside 4145 Container yard 7010 Minimum labour hours 5030 Yard rehandling 5630 Covering
19 Page 19 Page 19 6 th Revision 6 th Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: May 1, DEFINITIONS 4000 Interpretation In this tariff: 4005 DP World Vancouver means DP World (Canada) Inc., the party providing terminal services at DP World Vancouver and includes the officers, employees, servants and agents of DP World (Canada) Inc DP World Vancouver operates at Centennial Terminal located at the foot of Heatley Street, Vancouver Authority means Vancouver Fraser Port Authority trading as Port Metro Vancouver Authority Property means those facilities which are owned, administered or operated by the Authority and to which both this Terminal Services Tariff and the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority Fee Document: Vancouver Wharfage and Berthage Tariff applies Collective Agreement means an agreement in writing between an employer and an organization of employees that concerns conditions of employment Container means a container without wheels or chassis that is rigid, reusable, capable of being mounted or dismounted, and that is used by ocean carriers for transportation of goods on board vessels, that conforms to ISO dimensional standards and includes a container that is insulated, refrigerated or dry cargo, or described as flat rack, vehicle rack, liquid tank or open top Container Crane means a gantry crane used in handling containers at DP World Vancouver Container Freight Station (CFS) means a location at DP World Vancouver used for stuffing and destuffing containers Containerized Cargo means cargo that is received in a container for movement between vessels and inland carriers or the CFS. Cargo not in containers is called break-bulk cargo Container Storage Area means an area of open space provided for storing empty containers in idle status Container Yard (CY) means an area designated within the terminal where containers which are in transit between vessels and inland carriers or CFS are temporarily held or assembled Free Time means a period of time during which goods may be left on Authority Property without demurrage charges being incurred either before loading or after unloading a vessel. (See 6500)
20 Page 20 Page 20 5 th Revision 5 th Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: January 1, DEFINITIONS (Cont.) 4155 Main Mark means a mark that distinguishes the goods described in one bill of lading from the goods described in another bill of lading, but does not include package or order numbers, brands or other submarks Ocean Carrier refers to vessel owners, their agents, employees, or charterers Overtime means hours of work performed in premium pay periods as defined in a Collective Agreement Owner includes: - in the case of a vessel: the agent, charterer by demise or master of the vessel; - in the case of cargo: the agent, sender, consignee or bailee of the goods, and the carrier of such goods to, upon, over or from the Authority Property Straight Time means the hours of work defined in a Collective Agreement as regular straight time hours Tonne means: with reference to weight W - one thousand kilograms with reference to measurement M - one cubic meter 4195 Truck Chassis refers to skeletal equipment, flat bed, or other vehicle furnished by an ocean carrier or cargo owner for the transport of its containers Unitized Goods means goods that are consolidated, banded or otherwise securely held together to form a single shipping unit on a pallet or skid in order to facilitate mechanical handling, and that remain intact until removed from Authority Property Vessel means any steamship, scow, barge or other watercraft that is presented for berthing. Reference to the vessel includes, without exception, its owner, charterer, agent, operator and employees Inland Carrier means railroad, truck line, cartage company, private carrier or inland waterway carrier including barges and scows, that receives or delivers cargo, containers or any other goods by rail car, chassis, other vehicle or inland waterway craft Hirer means a person who hires a crane or other equipment from DP World Vancouver.
21 Page 21 Page 21 2 nd Revision 2 nd Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: April 1, DEFINITIONS (Cont.) 4220 Cargo and Goods means all cargo, goods, personal property, effects and movables other than vessels and containers Shipment means a single quantity of goods tendered on one shipping document at one time from one point of origin by one shipper for one consignee to one point of destination Dock Apron means the area on DP World Vancouver adjacent to a vessel where cargo or containers are interchanged between the terminal and a vessel Abbreviations In this tariff, the following abbreviations are used: 4241 CFS means container freight station (4130) CY means container yard (4145) M means that the number of tonnes is calculated by measurement, in cubic meters M/E means that the charge is based on man-hour rates and charges for equipment rental, as set out in this tariff N.O.S. means cargo not otherwise specified TEU means a twenty-foot container or a container unit that is the equivalent of a twenty-foot container W means that the number of tonnes is calculated by weight, in metric tonnes.
22 Page 22 Page 22 1 st Revision 1 st Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: April 1, COLLECTION OF OCEAN CHARGES 4300 When requested DP World Vancouver may collect such charges on inward cargo on behalf of the agents, owners or operators of vessels in accordance with the following: a) Any charges to be collected for the vessel s account must appear on the original and copies of bills of lading and manifest. DP World Vancouver is not obligated to calculate any charges on behalf of the vessel. Expense bills will read ocean charges collect expressed in Canadian currency. The currency conversion to Canadian funds will be calculated at the currency exchange rate as established by the vessel. b) The collect ocean charges may be paid by the consignee or his agent in either U.S. funds as per the bill of lading or in Canadian funds at the vessel exchange rate. If payment is received in U.S. funds, DP World Vancouver reserves the right to make payment to the ocean carrier in U.S. funds. c) Inbound manifest must be lodged with DP World Vancouver three working days prior to the vessel s arrival to enable DP World Vancouver to prepare expense bills in time for discharge. d) Additional costs incurred in preparing expense bills for manifests received after the period of three days, or for re-billing of Inward shipments on instruction from the ocean carrier will be for the account of the ocean carrier. e) DP World Vancouver will not accept any corrections or adjustments to collect ocean charges after the surrender of the original bill of lading, release of cargo by the ocean carrier, or payment of ocean charges by the consignee or his agent. Such corrections and adjustments will be the responsibility of the ocean carrier to collect directly from the consignee or his agent.
23 Page 23 Page 23 4 th Revision 4 th Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: April 1, VESSEL CHARGES 4500 Berthage (1300) A charge in respect of a vessel that occupies a berth or is fast to or tied up alongside any other vessel occupying a berth at Authority Property in accordance with Vancouver Port Authority Fee Document Berthage is not payable in respect of: a) a vessel that, in the opinion of the Authority, is not of a commercial type or design and belongs to Her Majesty or a foreign government; b) a tug that is docking or undocking another vessel; c) a lighter that is loading or unloading goods to or from any vessel that is paying berthage charges to the Authority; d) a barge that is loading at Authority Property goods that have been received from a vessel Authority Property; e) a barge that is unloading goods at Authority Property for subsequent reshipment from Authority Property by vessel, if that vessel, tug, lighter or barge is moored at Authority Property with the permission of the Authority; f) a vessel that is a passenger vessel that is not subject to berthage charges pursuant to Authority s Fee Schedules The Authority shall determine the length of any vessel that does not have a registered length and any length so determined shall be regarded as the length of that vessel for the purposes of berthage Where berthage is payable in respect of a vessel, it shall be paid for the period of time commencing when the first line is made fast and terminating when the last line is cast-off.
24 Page 24 Page 24 3 rd Revision 3 rd Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: January 1, VESSEL CHARGES (Cont.) Handling Vessel Lines (1330) The charges published in this tariff are computed on a four-hour basis. Where any line calls exceed four hours, the charge for each extra hour or portion thereof is twenty-five percent of the published charge Where more than one vessel is tied up and let go by the same lines crew gang within a four-hour period, the charges otherwise payable in respect of each vessel shall be reduced by thirty percent Service & Facility Charge (1595) The charge in respect of a vessel that occupies a berth or is fast to or tied up alongside any other vessel occupying a berth for purposes other than cargo handling by DP World Vancouver (e.g. vessel maintenance, discharge to water, etc.) A signed Release & Indemnity Agreement is necessary for these activities, in addition to the refundable clean-up deposit. Additional charges for security services to permit controlled access to the terminal or vessel may be payable in addition to the Service & Facility charge.
25 Page 25 Page 25 3 rd Revision 3 rd Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: May 1, CONTAINER OPERATIONS 5000 Container Operations (1600) 5010 Loaded Container Handling (1610) Loaded container handling denotes the (single) movement of a loaded container between dock alongside vessel and inland carrier or CFS. It includes the movement of the container between vessel and place of rest in the container yard; ordinary sorting in the yard; and the movement of the container to/from inland carrier (including loading/unloading), or to/from CFS. It excludes container crane use and vessel stevedoring Empty Container Handling (1612) Empty container handling denotes the (single) movement of an empty container between dock alongside vessel and place of rest in the container yard or container storage area, including ordinary sorting. It excludes the movement of the container to/from the terminal gate and loading/unloading of inland carrier these services are covered by the gate charge. It also excludes container crane use and vessel stevedoring Yard Rehandling (1620) Yard rehandling covers the extra sorting, stacking or moving of a container in the container yard at the request of the vessel Gate Charge (1630) Gate charge covers the receipt/delivery of a container (generally empty) at the gate, and the unloading/loading of the container from/to the inland carrier at the container yard. It does not apply in the case of loaded container handling (#5010) between vessel and inland carrier. It includes visual inspection of the general external condition of the container, and the giving and taking of equipment interchange receipts (EIR s). Delivery of an empty container will not include opening the container for inspection Where a vessel has approved a stowage plan and stability calculations prepared by DP World Vancouver, that vessel shall be responsible for the stowage of containers on board the vessel and for the stability of the vessel Containers shall be received and spotted in the container yard in accordance with instructions from the ocean carrier. Where instructions are not received or are changed after they are received and rehandling of containers is necessary, a yard rehandling charge shall be payable for each additional movement of the containers Gate charges will be applied to empty container s declared to be a bad order by the receiving truck driver which do not leave the terminal After Hours Gate Fee is a charge on a per container basis for any container received/delivered outside of normal gate operating hours.
26 Page 26 Page 26 5 th Revision 5 th Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: January 1, CONTAINER OPERATIONS (Cont.) 5170 Reefer Rail Supplement A charge to cover the inefficiencies introduced to rail operations by the handling of reefer containers Rail Reefer Cabling A charge to the Rail Road for installation or removal of reefer cables & gensets consistent with Transport Canada requirements introduced in Neither the Authority nor DP World Vancouver will be responsible for damage to containers or contents caused by the weather while in outside storage or in transit on Authority Property Container Crane (3200) 5210 The period of hire of a crane excludes the preparation and positioning time at the beginning of the period of hire, and the shutdown time at the end of the period of hire Where the minimum call-out time for the operators and maintenance crew of a crane, as provided in a collective agreement, exceeds the period of time for which the crane is hired, the hirer shall be charged the cost of labour of the operators and maintenance crew for the minimum time, unless the crane is hired for the excess time by another hirer Where a crane is used for any period of time for which the operators are entitled to overtime pay, the difference between the straight time costs and the overtime costs for that period shall be charged to the hirer In making the crane available for hire to the hirer, DP World Vancouver makes no representations or warranties whatsoever as to the condition or fitness of the crane or the competence of the crane operators or any personnel whomsoever involved directly or indirectly in the preparation, position, movement, use, operation or shut-down of the crane, which operators and personnel shall during the preparation, positioning, movement, use, operation and shut-down of the crane be deemed to be the servants of the hirer and the ship s stevedoring company responsible for the discharge or loading of the vessel, under the joint direction and supervision of the hirer and the ship s stevedoring company and not under the direction or supervision of DP World Vancouver DP World Vancouver shall have no liability whatsoever for any loss, damage or expense, whether involving economic loss, physical loss or damage, or personal injuries or death, arising from or in any way related to the preparation and/or positioning of the crane prior to the beginning of the period of hire, the use or operation of the crane during the period of hire or the shut-down time of the crane following the end of the period of hire. The hirer and the ship s stevedoring company involved in loading or discharging the vessel shall indemnify and hold harmless DP World Vancouver from all claims, demands, causes of action or liability, whether in contract, tort or otherwise, arising from or in any way related to the preparation and/or positioning of the crane prior to the beginning of the period of hire, the use or operation of the crane during the period of hire or the shutdown time of the crane following the end of the period of hire, including but not limited to claims for economic loss, physical loss or damage, or personal injuries or death, together with all expenses and costs of any nature or kind whatsoever arising therefrom.
27 Page 27 Page 27 5 th Revision 5 th Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: January 1, CONTAINER OPERATIONS (Cont.) 5260 The hirer and the ship s stevedoring company involved in loading and discharging the vessel shall indemnify and hold harmless DP World Vancouver from any and all loss, damage and expense incurred by DP World Vancouver arising from or in any way related to the preparation and/or positioning of the crane prior to the beginning of the period of hire, the use or operation of the crane during the period of hire or the shut-down time of the crane following the end of the period of hire, which loss, damage and expense shall include but shall not be limited to all physical damage to property of DP World Vancouver or for which DP World Vancouver is responsible, physical damage to the crane, damage to Vancouver Fraser Port Authority property and all economic loss to DP World Vancouver including but not limited to loss of revenue and loss of business. The liability of the hirer and the ship s stevedoring company under this Item 5260 and under Item 5250 shall be joint and several The provisions of Items 5240, 5250 and 5260 of this tariff shall apply whether or not any damage, loss, expense or claims arise directly or indirectly as a result of the act or omission of DP World Vancouver, its officers, employees, servants or agents or any other person whomsoever for whose conduct or actions DP World Vancouver might otherwise be responsible, even if such act or omission constitutes negligence or willful misconduct. The provisions of Items 5240, 5250, 5260 and 5270 shall apply notwithstanding any other term or condition of this tariff, unless any such provision conflicts directly with the terms or conditions of the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority Fee Document, in which case Fee Document shall apply but only to the extent of any such conflict Where a hirer requests the use of a crane and, after the crane has been made available, fails to make use of the crane, he shall be liable for all labour costs incurred.
28 Page 28 Page 28 3 rd Revision 3 rd Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: April 1, CONTAINER OPERATIONS (Cont.) 5400 Container Services (1700) 5410 Plugging/Unplugging (1710) means the service of plugging or unplugging the power cable of mechanical refrigerated containers into/from the electrical service outlets provided, and switching the power supply on/off Container monitoring for temperature checks is the service of checking proper temperature levels and operation of containers equipped with refrigeration units at the request of the owner when plugged into DP World Vancouver electrical facilities Electric Power (1720) for refrigerated containers means the use of service outlets and electricity and charge shall be imposed for each calendar day or fraction thereof DP World Vancouver will exercise reasonable care to provide adequate and continuous electrical power for refrigerated units but does not guarantee same. DP World Vancouver will not be responsible for electrical power failure DP World Vancouver shall not be liable for delay or interruption in performing or failing to perform any service to be provided by a crane, whether or not the performance or failure to perform such service arises directly or indirectly as a result of the negligence of DP World Vancouver Container Cleaning (1730, 1740) means the clearing and sweeping of dunnage or debris from containers and/or the internal washing or steam cleaning of the container Container Storage (1800) 5441 Container Storage is the service of providing open or ground space in the container storage area for empty containers in idle status Empty containers will be accepted for storage at the terminal only if there is sufficient designated space available to accommodate them Containers accepted for storage will be assembled in a block stow configuration separated by owner, size and general type only. Normal retrieval of containers will be on the basis of first container available. Requests to redeliver specific containers which may result in the need to dig within the storage pile will be assessed a container handling charge for each additional container move required Storage charges for empty containers are payable from the time of delivery to a container storage area, shall be invoiced each month and shall be calculated according to the number of containers in storage each day of the month covered by the invoice.
29 Page 29 Page 29 1 st Revision 1 st Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: April 1, CONTAINER OPERATIONS (Cont.) 5480 The reporting of damage to containers on equipment interchange receipts is limited to obvious external damage that can be readily seen by the human eye. Normal wear and tear, such as minor scrapes, dents and bruises which do not interfere with the serviceability of the equipment, and hidden damage which cannot be seen at the time the inspection is made (such as hairline cracks, pin holes, etc.) and the condition of floors and the undercarriage of containers is specifically excluded.
30 Page 30 Page 30 1 st Revision 1 st Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: April 1, GENERAL CARGO OPERATIONS 5500 Stuffing/Destuffing (2000) Stuffing/Destuffing covers the packing/unpacking of a container. It includes the sealing/unsealing of the container, recording seal numbers and furnishing a load plan of cargo loaded or outturn report of cargo unloaded. Labour and materials which may be required for blocking and bracing are not included Break-Bulk Handling (2000) Break-Bulk handling denotes the (single) movement of cargo (from/to) the end of ship s tackle (to/from) ordinary place of rest on the terminal. It includes sorting of goods according to main mark, and ordinary stacking Loading/Unloading (2000) Loading/Unloading denotes the movement of cargo (from/to) an ordinary place of rest (to/from) railcar, truck or barge. It excludes labour required to place/remove covers, vehicles side assemblies and labour and materials for blocking and bracing. Two basic types of loading/unloading are recognized: a) Cargo requiring both labour and equipment, but excluding labour and materials for blocking and bracing; and, b) Cargo handled by fully mechanized means (forklift). Heavy lift or special equipment which may be required will be charged as an additional cost Direct Transfer (3000) Direct transfer is the transfer of cargo (from/to) vessel (to/from) open inland carrier or scow (or water) spotted alongside vessel in a single continuous movement without coming to a place of rest on the dock DP World Vancouver reserves the right to refuse direct transfer service of all or parts of a shipment where in the sole opinion of DP World Vancouver normal break-bulk handling operations are sufficient A direct transfer charge (3000) does not include any wharf checking service, but does include: a) the ordering in and out of the dock of railway cars or motor vehicles as required by instructions from the vessels; b) the positioning of open railway cars; and, c) the discharge of goods to railway cars or open motor vehicles at the convenience of DP World Vancouver.
31 Page 31 Page 31 2 nd t Revision 2 nd Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: January 1, GENERAL CARGO OPERATIONS (Cont.) 5550 Where there is a direct transfer of goods to/from a vessel DP World Vancouver will not be responsible for: a) verifying the amount, condition, marks or type of goods discharged by the vessel; and, b) delays in loading or unloading due to the position of railway cars, cranes or motor vehicles or lack of equipment Miscellaneous Services 5610 Boarding (3401) is a charge assessed for placing cargo on pallets other than those owned by DP World Vancouver Blocking, bracing and securing services (3402) will be provided at man hour and equipment rates (3200, 3300) plus material supplied (7245). This service is carried out in accordance with the specifications of the inland carrier Covering (3403) means the service of covering cargo Palletizing (3405) means assembling goods onto pallets, after time of receipt at ordinary place of rest Distribution (3420) is a service on inbound goods in respect of: - sorting of goods within the main mark or other than within the main mark; or, - breaking down piles of goods to reach certain marks or specifically numbered packages Stencilling (3404) means supplying the stencil board, at cost, cutting the stencil and applying it to a package by use of stencil ink or paint Labelling (3404) means applying a paper label supplied by the shipper to cargo Weighing (3407) is the service of weighing containers, trucks, chassis, or trailers on truck scales, and includes the issuance of one set of scale tickets with each weigh.
32 Page 32 Page 32 2 nd Revision 2 nd Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: January 1, GENERAL CARGO OPERATIONS (Cont.) 5710 Redocumentation (1530) means re-issuing or making changes to the documentation and/or billing of cargo arising from changes in original manifests, split delivery of shipments, forwarding instructions or services Water Connection (1560) is the use of coupling, hoses and labour required to provide the service only. This does not include the charge for the water delivered.
33 Page 33 Page 33 5 th Revision 5 th Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: April 1, CARGO 6000 Wharfage (2000) Wharfage means a charge assessed in accordance with Vancouver Fraser Port Authority Fee Document against all cargo passing through Authority Property, or between vessels when berthed at Authority Property. It means a charge imposed in respect of goods, including goods in containers, that are: a) loaded on or unloaded from a vessel; b) loaded on or unloaded from a vehicle; c) landed from or placed in the water; d) trans-shipped overside from vessel to vessel; or, e) unloaded overside from vessel to water or loaded from water to vessel. For items d) and e) above, wharfage is charged at one-half of the published rates Wharfage as set out in Item 2010 is payable by the owner of the vessel unless otherwise pre-arranged and agreed to by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, and wharfage as set out in Items is payable by the owner of the goods. The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority reserves the right to classify any cargo Wharfage shall not be imposed more than once in respect of any goods including containerized cargoes reshipped from a Authority-operated terminal, except goods and containerized cargoes that are: a) removed from and later reshipped over Authority-operated terminals; or, b) reshipped over Authority-operated terminals after alteration in form or composition on Authority-operated terminals Wharfage shall not be imposed in respect of: a) ship s stores and bunker fuel used solely for a vessel that is loading or unloading goods or paying berthage in respect of Authority Property where the Authority or DP World Vancouver does not issue a receipt for the stores and fuel; or, b) repair materials, lining or ballast delivered to and for the sole use of a vessel loading or unloading goods or paying berthage in respect of Authority property Where goods are transshipped overside from vessel to vessel, unloaded overside from vessel to water or loaded from water to vessel, wharfage on those goods shall be charged at half the published rates For purposes of this section 6000 and section 2010 a 20-foot container is any container measuring less than 40 feet in length. A 40-foot container is any container measuring at least 40 feet in length but less than 45ft and 45ft container is any container measuring 45ft. in length or more.
34 Page 34 Page 34 3 rd Revision 3 rd Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: April 1, CARGO (Cont.) 6050 Cargo Received or Delivered 6060 Cargo is received for shipment when dock receipt or other document approved or issued by DP World Vancouver has been accomplished. Cargo is delivered when delivery order or other document approved by DP World Vancouver has been accomplished. Cargo received in or on DP World Vancouver awaiting to vessel or inland carrier is in transit until other specific arrangements for its care and custody are made by the cargo owner and vessel or inland carrier with DP World Vancouver. Notwithstanding terms of sale and other considerations or agreements, cargo in transit in or on DP World Vancouver is under control of the vessel involved and subject to the terms and conditions of its Bill of Lading or Contract of Affreightment issued until loaded on board, released by accomplishment of delivery or released to and accepted by DP World Vancouver for other custody. In the event of any claim made against DP World Vancouver for damage to, loss or destruction of cargo, DP World Vancouver will, notwithstanding the provisions of this Item 6060, have the benefit of any provisions of this tariff by which the liability of DP World Vancouver is excluded or limited Redelivery and Transshipment Cargo 6080 The charge or charges on cargo received at DP World Vancouver for delivery to a vessel which, due to conditions unforeseen at the time of receipt, must be redelivered to a land carrier, or similarly, cargo received at DP World Vancouver, intact in containers or which is stuffed into containers at DP World Vancouver and which is subsequently diverted for transshipment by the vessel operators in lieu of a direct call of a vessel, shall be the same as that applicable to cargo loaded to a vessel making a direct call. For cargo which is transshipped through the Port via separate terminal facilities, i.e., received at one terminal for reloading to a vessel at an alternate terminal facility, all charges will be charged in accordance with the rates and charges as defined in this tariff for inbound and outbound goods respectively, other than wharfage which is charged once only. Transborder cargo (break-bulk or containerized) which is received at DP World Vancouver by land from a vessel discharging the cargo at a U.S. port is subject to the rates, charges and regulations of this tariff Compulsory Removal of Goods 6110 The Authority or DP World Vancouver may, by written notice to the owner of any goods that are on Authority Property, require the removal of those goods at the owner s expense after the expiration of free time and the owner, upon receipt of such notice, shall remove the goods forthwith from Authority Property. This provision does not apply to goods on Authority Property that is under lease to any person or allotted to any person by the Authority.
35 Page 35 Page 35 2 nd Revision 2 nd Revision Item DEFINITIONS, TERMS AND CONDITIONS Effective: April 1, CARGO (Cont.) 6120 DP World Vancouver may, at the risk and expense of the owner of the goods, remove, store or relocate any goods that are left on Authority Property Where, in the opinion of DP World Vancouver, any goods are not packed in such a manner that they will withstand handling while in transit, DP World Vancouver may without responsibility for demurrage, loss or damage attaching: a) refuse to permit the goods to be shipped; or, b) have the goods repacked at the expense of the owner DP World Vancouver may, at the risk and expense of the owner, reject or remove from Authority Property any goods that, in the opinion of DP World Vancouver, are likely to contaminate or endanger other goods DP World Vancouver reserves the right to withhold delivery of cargo until all accrued terminal charges and/or advance charges against the cargo have been paid in full Goods Requiring Refrigeration 6210 Where refrigerated goods are to be loaded on or unloaded from a vessel, the vessel owner shall: a) arrange for the consignee of the goods to take immediate delivery of those goods when they are unloaded; or, b) arrange for delivery of the goods for outward movement at a proper time in order to permit the handling and loading of them on the vessel without delay, whichever is appropriate Except in respect of the services described above, DP World Vancouver will not be responsible for the cost of special handling of goods that require refrigeration or from additional services, overtime costs or deterioration in respect of those goods Documentation 6310 The cost of supplying clerks, labour, material and equipment for the checking and sorting of goods that have not been delivered by the owner of a vessel according to bills of lading at the time they were unloaded from the vessel may be charged to the owner of the vessel Complete documentation in respect of the cargo of a vessel shall be provided by the owner to DP World Vancouver three full working days before cargo is unloaded or loaded.
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