Domestic Goods Other Than Emergency Equipment / Security Surcharge

Mar22

Domestic Goods Other Than Emergency Equipment / Security Surcharge

Posted in Trade Notifications

Dear Valued Customer,

Please be advised effective in Seven (7) working days for cargo moving Domestically, Trailer Bridge will be updating the following rules.

Goods Other Than Emergency Equipment                                 Item 522

 

Carrier will not accept Dealer Vehicles, NOS and Privately Owned Vehicles, NOS, both not exceeding 900 CFT, with additional articles loaded in or on the vehicle other than normal emergency equipment.  If, without the Carrier’s knowledge, a Dealer Vehicle or Privately Owned Vehicles is received with additional articles other than emergency equipment, Shipper/Owner does so at their own risk for loss or damage of the goods. Shipper/Owner also acknowledges that any documentation presented to Carrier indicating cargo value does not constitute consent by the Carrier, expressed or implied.  Claims will not be accepted for Goods and Insurance Item 572 does not apply.

 

Goods not in trailer exceeding 900 CFT (excluding shipper/owned leased units) containing additional articles, not part of the vehicle, in or on said vehicle(s),  must be properly manifested by the shipper on the dock receipt. The additional articles will move at the Shipper/Owners risk for loss or damage of the goods.  Boats on trailers loaded with additional articles will be reviewed on a case by case basis.  Claims will not be accepted for Goods and Insurance Item 572 does not apply. Additional articles will be charged as follows:

Sealed Enclosed Trailers or Truck Cabs........................$300 per loaded Trailer/Cab

 

Open trailers loaded with loose articles

not to exceed the dimensions of that trailer.................$300 per 900 CFT of space

 

Privately Owned Vehicles, Machinery,

Equipment, and/or Recreational Vehicles

loaded as additional cargo on another unit ..................$300 per item loaded on a single unit

 

 

Security Surcharge                                                                    Item 855

This charge covers the Carrier’s expenses beyond the normal security required to ensure the safety of the Shipper’s cargo, such as divers searching the vessel hulls, high security seals and Trailer locks to deter theft, and canine searches of the vessels and facilities.  Also included is the training of Carrier’s personnel in topics of cargo theft, stowaway prevention, and drug interdiction as well as the utilization of high-tech equipment such as underwater cameras, CCTV and x-raying of equipment, etc.

$125 per Trailer

$105 per Trailer in contracts

$  28 per Vehicle/NIT, Not Exceeding 900 CF

$  55 per Vehicle/NIT, Exceeding 900 CF

All containers or shipper owned or leased containers/trailers are to arrive to origin port sealed.  If a container or shipper owned or leased containers/trailers arrives to the port without seals a high security seal will be provided at the expense of the shipper.  If a customer request seals be provided upon arrival to the port, seals can be provided at the expense of the shipper.  All seals used meet or exceed the current PAS/ISO 17712 standards for High Security Seals.

$ 65 per Seal

Should you have any questions or require additional information please do not hesitate to contact your Trailer Bridge Sales Representative or Account Manager at 1-800-727-3859.

For the downloadable version : Domestic Goods Other Than-Security Charge Trade Notification
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