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PORT OF KEELUNG
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PART ONE:TARIFF FOR CONVENTIONAL SHIPS AND CARGO OPERATION
 
II
TERMINAL OPERATION CHARGES
1.
Charges for Cargo Handling Service
(1) General Cargo
 
A. Stevedoring Charge
 
  Stevedoring charge shall be assessed against carriers unless as otherwise agreed between carrier and consignees or shippers or against the consignors in the case of various agreements concluded.
Stevedoring charge denotes charges required from discharging cargo from ship to wharf, lighter, water surface or vice versa.
 
Unit
RatesNT$
Per Ton
40.90
 
* Remarks:
1.20 % discount for transshipment cargo.
2.Additional NT$15.7 per ton for the actual operating tonnage shall be charged on national or legal holidays.
3.Overtime charges, please refer to the regulations on
Part Four II.
 
B. Longshoring Charges
 
  Longshoring charges shall be assessed against consignees or shippers unless as otherwise agreed between carrier and consignees or shippers.
 
a.
Turning In & Out at Storage Area
(a)Inbound cargo: moving from alongside ship to storage area, stacking, and loading cars while taking delivery .
(b) Outbound cargo: unloading cars and moving to storage area, stacking, and moving to shipside while loading ships.
(c) Transshipment cargo: moving from alongside ship to storage area, stacking and moving back to shipside while reloading
(d) Outbound cargo shut out : unloading cars, moving to storage area, stacking, and loading cars while taking delivery.
b.
Shipside Loading or Discharge
(a)Inbound cargo: loading cars direct from ship’s tackle or from wharf alongside ships.
(b) Outbound cargo: unloading cars alongside from loading ship or loading ship direct from cars.
(c) Hire of conveyance must be paid by consignors for the cargoes to be moved by Harbor Bureau for the effecting of shipside loading or discharge in case that it can not be carried out on the site.
c.
Particular Handling
(a)Moving cargoes from storage area and loading cars or vice versa.
(b)Unloading cargoes from rail-cars and loading onto other means of land conveyance or vice versa.
(c)Others.

Unit :Per Ton

 
Cargo
Classification
RatesNT$
(a)Turning in & out at storage area (b)Shipside loading or discharge (c)Particular handling
1
84.20
43.90
43.90
2
99.80
51.70
51.70
 
* Remarks:
1. 20 % discount for transshipment cargo.
2.Additional NT$15.7 per ton for the actual operating tonnage shall be charged on national or legal holidays.
3.Overtime charges, please refer to the regulations on Part Four II.
 
C. Additional Charges for Loading onto or Discharge from Lighters or Water
 
  Surface Charges shall be collected as hereunder prescribed for discharge of cargoes from lighters or from water surface to wharves or onto cars, same for the handling in reverse direction.
 
Unit
RatesNT$
Per Ton
24.60
 
 
(2) Charges for Loading or Discharge of Bulk Grain through Grain Silos
 
  Charges shall be collected as hereunder prescribed for loading or discharge of bulk grains by grain suckers through silos.
 
Unit
RatesNT$
Per Ton
145.30
 
* Remarks:
1.Additional NT$15.7 per actual tonnage through Grain Silos shall be charged on national or legal holidays.
2.Overtime charges , please refer to the regulations on Part Four II.
 
 
(3) Self-unloading charges
 
  Self-unloading charges shall be assessed against consignees or shippers unless as otherwise agreed between carrier and consignees or shippers.
Self-unloading charges apply to the ships that are equipped with automatic unloading facilities, no manual operation is needed. Labors on land only help to handle the works such as stacking and cleaning. The assessed charges should accord with the following regulations:
 
A. The ship is equipped with automatic unloading facilities.
 
B. The operation on ship should not need workers to handle nor any unloading facilities such as grab bucket, shovel and excavator and so on.
 
C. No workers are needed for the stacking and sweeping works in hatch.
 
Only those who complies with the above regulations can be categorized to be assessed the self-unloading charges, otherwise should be assessed according to the general stevedoring charges.
 
Unit
Rates(NT$)
Per Ton
48.8
 
* Remarks:
1.Shovels needed for shore operation are provided by the terminal office and shall be assessed the stipulated charges. The shipping merchant (consignee) may provide their own shovels if the terminal office is unable to provide them.
2.Shipside unloading should be adopted for stevedoring operation. Only if when the vehicles are not enough, the cargoes can be demurred at the wharf. However, the demurred cargoes should complete the landing operation before 4 hours of departure or moved to the back line. But if during the 4-hour period, there is another ship to be berthed at the wharf, the landing or moving operation should be completed before that ship's berthing. The demurrage charge should be assessed if shippers fail to complete the above operation. As for the charges of landing and moving operation are categorized as class 2 particular handling.
3.The turning out charges for cargoes that are stored in the back line should accord with the particular handling charge and the demurrage charge.
4.Shippers and consignees should keep the cleanness of wharves. Cargoes that drop on the land can not swept into the water surface. Before leaving the harbor area, all carrying trucks should clean tires and cover with canvas first. All the stevedoring operation should comply with related environmental-protection regulations in the harbor area.
5.This rate is a lump-sum charge, the charges for overtime work in nighttime and on legal holidays are included, but the rental charges for equipment for wharf operation are not included. However, based on the consideration of berth utilization, consignees should adopt 24-hour consecutive operation, depending on regulations of each harbor, and follow the harbor stevedoring operation regulations.
6.The wharf operations should assign wharf labors to help the stacking and cleaning work on land.
7.The charges can be negotiated if cargoes are discharged by self-unloading into its own warehouse.
8.If there are negotiations for the unloading operation of oil-tank, cement-tank truck and conveyors (
for which there are machinery or manual operation needed in hold),follow the negotiations.
(4) Automatic Coal Unloader
 
A. Stevedoring
 
  Stevedoring charges are a single tariff system (shipside delivery or in/out transit sheds are based on the same tariff). This includes manual operation as follows (Charges for equipment use and rent shall be according to the existing computation).
 
  (a)Coal Unloading: Includes sweeping the hatch, the cleaning the coal in cracks of blocked hatch and the shovels stacking works.
(b)Shovel stacking works in Coal Stacking Yard.
(c)For controlling elastic pipe for truck loading at the outbound lane of the distribution station and cleaning truck tires.
 
Unit
Rates (NT$)
Per Ton
52
 
* Remarks:
Additional NT$15.7 per ton for actual unloaded tonnage shall be charged on national or legal holidays. For overtime charges, please refer to the regulations on Part Four II.
 
B. Charges for use of Automatic Coal Unloader
 
Unit
Rates (NT$)
Per Ton
91.40
 
2.Charges for Cargo Storage
 
 
(1) Storage
 
  Charges shall be assessed as hereunder prescribed against shippers or consignees, as may be applicable, for storing cargoes in transit sheds or in open areas, wharves of storage yards.
Storage for cargoes shall be assessed as stipulated herein with 5 days as a computing unit starting with the day when the first of any cargo of a B/L or S/O is stored in. No free storage period is allowed, no storage fee escalation will be charged. Any cargo not removed within six months is subject to disposal at an auction as provided by Chinese Civil Laws.
 
Cargo Classification
Unit
Rates (NT$)
1
Per Ton Per day
9.75
2
Per Ton Per day
14.65
3
Per Ton Per day
19.55
 
* Remarks:
Transshipment cargo shall be charged by NT$ 1.5 per ton per day.
 
(2) General Cargo Demurrage
 
  General cargo demurrage shall be assessed against the one who consigns.
It shall be collected as hereunder prescribed from the day when the demurrage of cargoes starts on wharves or any temporarily assigned storage area or water surface. The Harbor Bureau shall not be held responsible for the custody of cargoes thus stored.
 
Unit
Rates (NT$)
Per Ton Per day
3
 
 
3.Charges for Wharf Passage
 
  Charges for wharf passage shall be collected against shippers or consignees as cases may be applicable, or against carrier in the case of cargoes in transit. Any inbound or outbound cargoes including vehicles carried by domestic coastal car-ferry liners are subject to such charges.
The charging scope covers:
 
(1)Cargoes placed on wharves or on wharf side.
 
(2)Cargoes handled across wharves or wharfside or cargoes loaded or discharged overside from ships berthed.
 
(3)Cargoes loaded or discharged by lighters for ships mooring by buoys or in anchorage.
 
(4)Cargoes shut out.
 
(5)Cargoes discharged direct from one ship to another in port.
 
(6)Cargoes discharged direct from one car to another on wharves.
 
(7)Bulk or liquid cargoes loaded or discharged through pipelines or other mechanical facilities.
 
Cargo Classification
Unit
Rates (NT$)
General Cargo
Per Ton
7.90
Cargoes Conveyed through Pipelines
Per Ton
15.80
 
* Remakes:
1.The 50% discount charge for domestic liners will be collected half each by both export and import harbors.
2.Tourist buses, automobiles or empty trucks carried by domestic coastal car-ferry liners are free of such charges, but any loaded truck shall be charged by its marked gross tonnage no matter what is the actual weight of its load.
3.Military supplies ,materiel of Allied Forces, imported goods of foreign aid ,mails and alms are all free of such charges.
4.Articles used by foreign embassies or consulates entitled to the diplomatic immunity are free of such charges.
5.Tools used only for handling cargoes on wharves are free of such charges.
6.Passengers personal belongings (excluding vehicles )or ship using items are free of such charges.
7.Cargoes passing through more than two wharves within the same harbor shall be charged once only.
8.Transit cargoes exported from the original import harbor shall be charged once only.
9.Cargoes shut out or destined for other to be shifted onto wharves or lighters shall be charged once only.
10.Cargoes conveyed through pipelines denote the cargoes which are loaded or discharged by ground or underground pipelines or by those installed on or under water surface.
11.Liquid chemical cargo discharged through pipe from ship A and loaded directed onto ship B, the wharfage shall be payable for 50% off on the rate of “cargo conveyed through pipe”.
12.The container handling vehicles or tools which is imported and used only by rated container terminal operators are free of such charges,once they are exported,the charges for wharf passage shall be collected.
 
 
4.Equipment Utilization Charges
(1)Tuggage and Lighterage
 
  Tuggage and lighterage shall be assessed against the one who consigns.
 
A. TUGGAGE
 
  While a successive handing operation is conducted with a tug or tugs to haul lighters or rafts, commencing with the cargoes discharged onto lighters or rafts till the completion of lift of the cargoes from lighters or rafts or till the completion of tugging , the tuggage shall be calculated according to the tonnage of the cargoes on the lighters or rafts. However, minimum charge shall be 1/2 of the dead weight tonnage of the lighters hauled if the cargo tonnage is less than that. In the case of any particular tugging, the tuggage shall be charged according to the dead weight tonnage of the lighter or rafts hauled.
 
B. LIGHTERAG
 
  a.While a lighter or lighters is hired for cargoes, commencing with the day of discharging cargoes onto lighters till the completion of lift of the cargoes from lighter or lighters, the lighterage shall be charged as stipulated hereunder according to both the tonnage of cargoes and the number of days stored on the lighter or lighters. However, Minimum charge shall be 1/2 of the dead weight tonnage of the lighter or lighters if the cargoes loaded thereon are less than that. In the event that a lighter is hired but cancelled after being dispatched, the lighterage shall be 1/2 of the dead weight tonnage of the lighter hired.
b.The lighterage for a particular hire of lighters shall be charged according to the dead weight tonnage of the lighter or lighters hired or the tonnage of the cargoes loaded whichever is greater. In the event that a lighter is hired but cancelled after being dispatched. the lighterage shall be 1/3 of the dead weight tonnage of the lighter hired.
 
 Classification
Unit
Rates (NT$)
Tuggage
Per Ton Per Time
15.60
Lighterage
Per Ton Per Day
15.60
 
* Remarks:
The rates shown above are applicable to the operation inside the harbor area only, and the rates for the operation outside the harbor area are subject to separate negotiation.
 
 
(2)Charges for Utilization for Ground Scales
 
Classification
Unit
Rates (NT$)
Charges by Ton
Per Ton Per Time
2.90
Charges by Car
Per Ton Per Day
48.90
 
*Remarks:“Charges by car” is applied only when empty car weighting
 
 
 
(3) Charges for Equipment for Night Operation
 
Unit Per shift
 
Ship Classification
Rates(NT$)
2nd shift(1700 hrsthru 2400 hrs) 3rd shift(0000hrsthru 0700 hrs)
Ships less than 1,000G/T
489
489
Ships of 1,000G/T or more but lessthan 10,000 G/T
977
977
Ships of 10,000G/T or more but lessthan 20,000 G/T
1,955
1,955
Ships of 20,000 G/T or more
2,932
2,932
 
* Remarks:
1.50% discount for domestic liners below 500G/T.
2.The rates shall be charged when the equipment is used only.
 
 
(4)Hires for Machinery & Equipment
 
A. PARTICULAR HIRE
 
a.
Separate consignment shall be made for usage of Harbor Breau’s machinery or vehicles or vessels in the operation of stevedoring, shipside loading or discharge, particular handing and cargo shifting and such hire shall be collected on time basis in addition to basic cargo handling charges.
b.
Machinery & equipment hire shall be assessed against the one who consigns.
c.
Such hire shall be counted by the minimum charging unit of 1/2 hour with any fraction time less than 1/2 hour counted as one unit.
d.
The charging time begins with the arrival of machinery at the working lot and ends with the completion of usage in the case that such machinery operates within port area. The charging time starts from the departure of such machinery out of its dispatch area till the completion of usage in the case that such machinery is used beyond port area. Any stand-by resulted from consignor’s factor(s) shall be calculated as the charging time for usage no matter whether such stand-by takes place inside or outside of port area.
e.
Any equipment with the capacity rated between two grades in classification shall be charged as much as such for the one of higher grade.
f.
For any machinery or car or boat hire cancelled with the machinery or car or boat sent back after its arrival at the operation lot the charge shall be counted by the mimum charging unit of 1/2 hour even if the machinery or car or boat is not used. The beginning and the end of the charging time is the same as stipulated above.
g.
20% discount on handling charges for transshipment cargo.
 
1.FORK LIFT TRUCKS
 
Classification
Unit
Rates(NT$)
With lifting capacity of 1 ton or less
Per Hour
371
With 2-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
469
With 3-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
577
With 4-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
694
With 5-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
880
With 7.5-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
1,025
With 10-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
1,270
With 15-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
1,661
With 20-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
1,955
With 25-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
2,248
With lifting capacity of 35 tons or more
Per Hour
2,834
 
2.MOBILE CRANE OR LOG CARRIER
 
Classification
Unit
Rates(NT$)
With lifting capacity of 5 tons or less
Per Hour
977
With 10-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
1,368
With 15-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
1,759
With 20-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
2,150
With 25-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
2,541
With 30-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
2,932
With 40-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
3,714
With 50-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
4,300
With 60-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
4,535
With 75-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
4,886
With 80-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
4,984
With 100-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
5,375
With 150-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
6,841
With 200-ton lifting capacity
Per Hour
8,795
With lifting capacity of 250 tons or more
Per Hour
10,750
 
3.FLOATING CRANE
 
Classification
Unit
Rates(NT$)
With lifting capacity less than 40 tons
Per Hour
5,864
With lifting capacity of 40 tons or morebut less than 60 tons
Per Hour
16,125
With lifting capacity of 60 tons or more but less than 150 tons    Per Hour       19,545
With lifting capacity of 150 tons or more 
Per Hour
30,942
 
4.LAND CARRIERS
 
Classification
Unit
Rates(NT$)
Electric Transport Mobile
Per Hour
215
Mini-tractor
Per Hour
274
Truck
Per Hour
489
Large Tractor
Per Hour
1,173
 
5.BULK MACHINERY
 
Classification
Unit
Rates(NT$)
Portable grain sucker
Per Hour
1,270
Excavator
Per Hour
645
Shovel
Per Hour
586
Magnetic lift
Per Hour
567
Grab bucket With capacity below 3.5M3
Per Hour
147
With capacity of 3.5M3 or more
Per Hour
195
 
B. CHARGES FOR USING MACHINERY FOR HANDLING HEAVY CARGOES ON SHORESIDE
 
  Under circumstances of a successive handling operation of turning in & out at storage area, the hire for using machinery for handling heavy cargo weighing more than 5 tons shall be charged as stipulated hereunder besides the basic longshoring charges,but the particular hire shall not be collected again by the time used.
 
Weight of Each Package Rates PerRevenue Ton(NT$)
Weighing 5 tons or more but less than 10 tons
84
Weighing 10 tons or more but less than 25 tons
140
Weighing 25 tons or more but less than 50 tons
185
Weighing 50 tons or more but less than 75 tons
255
Weighing 75 tons or more but less than 100tons
343
Weighing 100 tons or more
515
 
*Remarks: 20% discount for handling transit goods.
 
 
 
5.Miscellaneous Charges
 
Miscellaneous charges shall be assessed against those who consign.
(1)LABOR HIRE
 
  Minimum charge for labor hire is one day, either forenoon or afternoon. Any hire consigned in the forenoon but working through lunch time will be counted as a whole-day work.
 
Classification
Unit
Rates(NT$)
Worker
Per Worker Per Day
653
 
* Remarks:
1.100% additional charge for working shall be charged on national or legal holidays.
2.Overtime charges :additional 100% charges from 1800 to 2400 per worker ; additional 150% as working from 0000 to 0700.
(2) CHARGES FOR CARGO SHIFTING
 
Description
Unit
Rates(NT$)
Cargo shifting in the same ship Per Ton 64.40
Cargo shifting including moving from ship to wharves or transit sheds or storage yards or water surface and reloading.
Per Ton
167.80
 
* Remarks:
1.The above rates not including storage and charges for cargo handling equipment.
2.Additional NT$15.7 per actual operating tonnage shall be charged on national or legal holidays.
3.Overtime charges , please refer to regulations on Part Four II.
(3)LABOR HIRE FOR HATCH SWEEPING
 
Unit
Rates(NT$)
Per Hatch
2,066
 
*Remarks: 100% Additional charge for working shall be charged on national or legal holidays.
(4) CHARGES FOR RIGGING
 
Description
Unit
Rates(NT$)
Rigging
Per Derrick Per Time
523
 
*Remarks:100% additional charge for working shall be charged on national or legal holidays.  
(5)CHARGES FOR RE-BAGGING OR RE-PACKING
 
Item
Description
Unit
Rates(NT$)
Re-bagging of agricultural products
bagging & sewing
Per Ton
44.90
Re-bagging of chemical products
bagging & sewing
Per Ton
72.60
Re-bagging of cement
including weighing
Per Bag
7.30
Re-bagging of coal
including weighing
Per Bag
8.70
Re-packing of fresh fish
Including weighing
Per Case
5.80
 
* Remarks:
1.Charges for re-bagging shall be counted in weight tons.
2.Charges for re-packing general cargoes are calculated at the rates for agricultural products.
3.Re-bagging of agricultural products shall be charged additional NT$15.7 per ton per actual tonnage from 1800 to 0700 or on national & legal holidays.
As for the other items besides re-bagging agricultural shall be charged additional 100% rates during above mentioned time.
(6)CHARGES FOR CARGO WEIGHING
 
Description
Unit
Rates(NT$)
Cargo Weighing
Per Ton Per Time
13.00
 
* Remarks:
1.Particular handing charge shall be collected for cargo weighing if such weighing is not included in a successive operation.
2.100%additional charge for cargo weighing shall be charged on national or legal holidays.
(7)PORTER HANDLING CHARGES
 
Classification
Unit
Rates(NT$)
Baggages weighing less than 3 kg.or measuring less than 5 cu.ft. Per Pkg
44
Baggages weighing 30 kg. or more but less than 45 kg.or measuring 5 cu.ft. or more but less than 10 cu.ft. Per Pkg
66
Baggages weighing 45kg. or more but less than 90 kg.or measuring10 cu. ft. or more but less than 20cu.ft. Per Pkg
87
Baggages weighing 90 kg. or more but less than 100 kg. or measuring 20 cu. ft. or more but less than 35 cu.ft. Per Pkg
218
Baggages weighing 100 kg. or more or measuring 35 cu.ft. or more Per Pkg
436
 
* Remarks:
1.Porter handling denotes the movement of baggages from ship to car or vice versa .
2.50% additional charge for the baggage to be moved from one wharf past another one.
3.50% additional charge for the baggages to be moved to car from ships berthing alongside other vessel or vessels or vice versa.
4.The above rates are applicable to the movement from ship to car or vice versa of the baggages detained by Customs,but 50% additional charge is required for the same to be moved into or out of detaining warehouses onto or from cars.
5.100% additional charge is required for the baggages of passengers or sailors, if they are not through the routine entry and exit inspection and have to be moved directly to the Customs House for inspection, no matter the carrying ships dock at passenger terminals, general wharves or buoys.
6.100% additional charge shall be calculated for working from 1800 to 0700 or on national or legal holidays.
(8)HATCH TENT HIRE & CHARGES FOR TENT RIGGING & UNRIGGING
 
Description
Unit
Rates(NT$)
Hatch tent hire
Per Set Per Day
1,702
Tent rigging & unrigging
Per Set Per Time
429
 
* Remarks:100% additional charge for tent rigging & unrigging shall be charged on national or legal holidays.
(9)CHARGES FOR SERVICES ON LIGHTERS
 
Charges for services on lighters shall be assessed at the rates as hereunder prescribed.
 
Description
Unit
Rates(NT$)
Services on lighters
Per Ton Per Day
7.80
 
(10)CHARGES FOR HATCH COVERS OPENING & CLOSING
 
Any opening & closing of the hatch covers shall be charged as hereunder prescribed from the second time within the same working shift if ships request to do so.
 
Description
Unit
Rates(NT$)
Hatch covers opening & closing
Per Time
290
 
 
6.Classification of Commodities & Rates for Longshoring Charges & Storage
 
(1) COTTON、FLAX、WOOL、SILK、LEATHRE 、ARTIFICAL FIBERS
 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Wasted cotton, flax, wool, silk, leather and artificial fibers and manufactures thereof

1

2

(2)

Cotton and manufactures thereofflax and manufactures thereofWool and manufactures thereofsilk and manufactures thereofleather and manufactures thereofartificial fibers and manufactures thereoffeatherhairpig bristle and manufactures thereof

1

3

 
(2) GRAIN
 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Paddy ricewheatmaltrolled barleyflour of wheat bran and paddy chaffbeanflour of beancornstarch bean cake peanut peanut cake vegetable seed cotton seedfodder and fish meal

1

1

 
(3) FRUITS、DRIED OR PRESERVED
 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage
(1)
melon seed、walnut、sesame、sugar、salt、salt for industrial use
1
1

(2)

Canned goods dried fruit marine productdrink tack and teamilk n,o,p,f. molasses

1

2

 
(4) TOBACOO、WINE、BOTTLED FOOD
 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Tobacco leaf and manufactures thereofwine bottled foods

2

3

 
(5) WOOD、RATTAN、BAMBOO、STRAW
 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Lumber and manufactures thereof wasted splints of wood, rattan, bamboo and straw(packaged)

1

1

(2)

rattan and manufactures thereof bamboo and manufactures thereof straw and manufactures thereofwasted splints of wood, rattan, bamboo and straw (bulk)

1

2

 

(6) METALORE

 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Empty oil drum

1

1

(2)

Metal and manufactures thereofwasted metal and manufactures thereof ore

2

3

 
(7) CHINAWAREENAMELLED WAREGLASS
 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Chinaware enamelled ware glass and manufactures thereof

2

3

 
(8)ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTELECTRIC MACHINEMACHINARY, SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENT MOTOR VEHICLE VESSEL
 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Electronic equipment and parts electrical machine and parts machinery and parts scientific instrument and parts motor vehicle and parts vessel and partsaero apparatus and parts wasted machine and equipment ,and parts

2

3

 

(9) GUM CRUDE RUBBERSYNTHETIC RESIN

 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Tyre and tube

1

3

(2)

Gum, crude rubber, synthetic resin, wasted rubber, and manufactures thereof

2

3

 
(10) CHEMICAL DYE
 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Chemical fertilizer (bagged)

1

1

(2)

Chemical fertilizer (bulk)

1

2

(3)

Sulphur (bagged) (bulk)graphite(bagged) (bulk)chemicaldye

2

3

 
(11) STONECLAY
 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage
(1)

Earth, stone, sand lime gypsum cementcement clinker ( handled by belt conveyors) asbestos and manufactures thereof

1

2

(2)

Brick tile earthen ware marble manufactures

1

3

(3)

Earthstonesandlimegypsum cementcement clinker

2

2

 

(12) COAL FULE PITCH

 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Coal, charcoal and coke pitch liquid fuel (drummed)

2

3

 
(13) PAPER BOOKSTATIONERY
 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Wood pulp paper asphalt paper and paper articles book printed matter stationery waste paper (bagged)

1

2

(2)

Wasted paper (bulk)

2

3

 
(14) MEDICINE HOSPITAL INSTRUMENT
 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Chinese and foreign medicine hospital instrument

2

3

 
(15) CANDLESOAP OIL WAX RESIN
 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Candle wax resinoiltoilet requisites paint soapdetergentcosmetics

2

3

 

(16) FRUIT FLOWER TREE SPROUT

 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Banana vegetable fruit

1

1

(2)

Flower tree sprout Korean grass

2

3

 
(17) LIVE ANIMAL, FROZEN MEAT
 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Live animal (cattle, horse, pig, etc.) fresh meat and fish (iced)

2

 
 

(18) MUSICAL INSTRUMENTHANDICRAFTBAGGAGESPORT GOODS

 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Sports goods general merchandise

1

3

(2)

Musical instrument handicraft toy model for educational purpose baggage

2

3

 
(19) AMMUNITION、WEAPON
 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Ammunition Weapon

2

3

 
(20) VALUABLE ARTICLE、STOCKS
 
Item No.
Commodities
Class
Longshoring Storage

(1)

Amber coral tortoise shell mercury curios and antiques elephant tuskradiochemical material such as thorium 232, uranium 238 nuclear equipment

2

3

(2)

Banknote & bond, postage stamp and stock

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* Remarks:
1.Any commodity seemingly belonging to more than one class and difficult to be classified definitely will be charged as the one of lower class.
2.Longshoring charge & storage for more than two classes of commodities in one Shipping order or delivery order will be rated as the one of higher or highest class.


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