(Applicable at Logistec operations at East River Terminals and Lanier Docks Only)
All bulk commodities placed in either inside or outside storage are at owner's risk of depreciation in grade from weather, damages, insects, rodents, or any other causes including natural increase in breakage content resulting from either repeated handlings under industry accepted standards, or due to excessive storage time. For purposes of this schedule, excessive storage time is defined as cargo remaining in storage over six (6) months.
All loss in weight from handling or excessive storage will be assessed against the owner's account.
UNIT OF MEASURE: (Applicable at East River Terminal Only)
The terminal operator will furnish the labor required in cleaning or trimming of the vessels, barges, railcars, or trimming up materials in shipside storage. Rates for this labor may be obtained from the terminal operator.
UNIT OF MEASURE: (applicable at East River Terminal only)
To minimize berth congestion, if a vessel, awaiting a berth while at anchorage, chooses not to use the next available berth, the berth will be made available to the next vessel awaiting a berth. All vessels choosing not to work at the next available berth will be placed at the bottom of the list of vessels awaiting a berth while at anchorage.
For handling and storage charges, call the following.
Applicable at East River Terminal Only
The following rates apply only on vessels measuring at least 259 linear feet. For vessels under 259 linear feet, rates will be quoted with proper notice and according to berth congestion. Orders for line handling must be received at the terminal no later than 1600 hours (4:00 PM) of the day prior to vessel arrival.
Shifting from Berth to Berth(within the same terminal)
Shifting from Terminal to Terminal
Detention will be assessed after the first two (2) hours. Detention is assessed in increments of one-half (1/2) hour or fractional part thereof. Rates are as follows:
Hours of Operation for line handling are as follows:
Monday through Friday(except holidays as specified in Rule 34-070)8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Note: All of the line handling rates stated in this rule are based upon non-union labor. Line handling rates using union labor are available upon request.
When the bulk facilities are requested to operate at times other than the normal working hours, as described in Rule 34-155, an additional charge of $260.00 per hour shall be assessed.
Each stevedore loading and/or unloading vessels at thenamed terminals of the Authority shall be assessed thefollowing charges per net ton of bulk cargo:
Each vessel, its owner and/or agent shall be assessed the following charges, per net ton, (unless otherwise indicated) of bulk cargo loaded to or discharged from vessels calling at the Authority's terminal.