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WEEK 37 OF 2015
THE U.S. FMC REQUIRES U.S. TRADE SHIPPING DOCUMENTS TO INCLUDE THE ALL WORLD SHIP= PING NAME AND OUR OTI LICENSE NUMBER
= <= /span>A WORD FROM AWS = b>
/span>AWS NEW AGENTS <=
= <= /span>CARRIER ANNOUNCEMENTS
Ø <= span style=3D'font-family:"Verdana","sans-serif";mso-bidi-font-family:"Times N= ew Roman"; color:#009999'>AWS NEW AGENTS
Please visit AWS website http://www.allworldshipping.= com for more detail.
COSCO – Explosi= on at Port of Tianjin China
is aware by now, there was a terrible explosion last week at the port of
Tianjin (Xingang), China. In
light of this event, there are changes to the restrictions of acceptance =
hazardous cargo into China, which you will find below. Please note howeve=
the hazardous policy in China is changing frequently, so always recheck w=
us for every hazardous shipment request to China for pre-approval. =
If you ha= ve current hazardous shipments with us to China, by now, you should have alr= eady been contacted by Cosco if you have hazardous cargo in route either on a vessel, or to a USA port of load to any of the below destinations. If you have not already been contacted, please call us immediately to discuss options for your shipmen= ts. We will give assistance to arran= ge change of destination or return. A= ll costs are for account of the cargo as per force majeure.
Tianjin p= ort has stopped accepting hazardous cargo, including export and import cargo. For hazardous cargo already on board, when the vessel berths Tianjin port, the containers are allowed to be re-stowed. Generally, the containers will change the destination to Qingdao.<= span style=3D'mso-spacerun:yes'> But hazardous Class 4(excluding UN1350), and Class 5(only UN2465 and UN2468), will remain onboard to retu= rn to the Port of Loading due to Qingdao port requires handling direct with = no warehouse storage. If the c= argo has a special change of destination request, we will give assistance to t= ry to re-route to another destination, however all costs are for account of cargo. For any hazardous ca= rgo transshipping to Tianjin via another port, it will be held at the transshipment port pending disposition instructions from you, the custome= r.
the notice from Port Qingdao, all hazardous cargo of Class 4 (excluding
sulfur, UN1350/CLS4.1) & Class 5, (UN2465 and UN2468) does not allow
storage in hazardous warehouse (including transshipment and importing). =
Yangshan Terminals – (Cosco facility codes: SHA08, SHA09)<= /p>
1. All hazardous = cargo handled at Yangshan Terminal: If hazardous label is missing or container damaged, terminal will not accept the containers for storage or transshipment. For Import c= argo, it will not be allowed to discharge, effective from August 16, 2015.
Guangdong Terminal in Yangshan – (Cosco facility code: SHA41)
Guandong Terminal will reject the hazardous container if the label missing, effect= ive from August 14, 2015.
the regulations released by Shanghai ports, we require as follows. =
1. The shipper mu= st ensure proper vanning, declare and sign the hazardous documents and label= s in strict accordance with the requirement of the <IMDG CODE>.
2. Local terminal= site and vessel must strengthen checking for hazardous containers. If found missing of hazardous label, Captain has the right to refuse loading the containers. Evidence will be documented in order to claim to shipper.
3. Vessel must strengthen the daily inspection for hazardous containers. If found missing/damage of hazardous label because of bad weather, please report to lines operation member and hazardous desk timely. Evidence will be docume= nted in order to claim to related party.
4. Local port can prepare some hazardous labels in advance, so that the labels will be supp= lied timely when hazardous label missing occurs. Evidence will be documented in order to claim to related party
According= to the latest notice from Nantong Port, Nantong port has stopped accepting hazardous cargo, including all exported and imported hazardous cargo. This is subject to further notic= e when the port will resume normal.
According= to the notice by Jinzhou port, below is required as follows in order to ensu= re safe handling:
1. Bookin= g by real name.
2. Empty Tank for storage or discha= rging, need provide cleaning certificate.
3. Full Tank for storage or dischar= ging, need provide non-dg test certificate.
4. Declare the cargo name and posit= ion on ship to terminal in advance for the transshipment dangerous
5. Random checking for hazardous containers will be done by port authority.
Xiamen Oc= ean Gate Container Terminal - (Cosco facility code: XMN09) =
Due to renovation and equipment upgrading of Xiamen Port, Xiamen Ocean Gate Container Terminal will not accept hazardous cargo until further notice.<= span style=3D'mso-spacerun:yes'> If the hazardous cargo to this terminal is already accepted and loaded on a vessel, it will be operated = as usual. = p>
(Xiamen Xinhaida Container Terminal - (Cosco facility code: XMN42)
Xiamen Xinhaida Container Terminal will stop accepting all hazardous cargo, including re-stow operations for hazardous cargo effective from Sept 1, 2= 015.
Port Yangzhou - (Cosco facility code: YZH01)= span>
According= to the notice by Yangzhou port, Yangzhou port requires as follows in order to ensure safe handling, effective from August 19, 2015.= p>
1. As per the ope= ration qualification of Yangzhou Port, Yangzhou Port can only accept handling hazardous of Class 2.2, 3, 5.1, 8, 9.&nb= sp; Hazardous in other Class is prohibited.
2. Complete hazard= ous information should be provided when doing cargo declaration. If found fal= se declaration or concealed declaration, the container will be rejected for loading/discharging. Shipper shall bear all related costs.
2. All the hazardo= us containers (excluding haz battery of Class 8), should be sent to the port warehouse = at the day of vessel ETA. If the hazardous container is sent in advance, port will reject handling.
Port Yingkou - Yingkou Container Terminal Co., Ltd. (Cos= co Facility Code YIK01)
Due to sa= fety equipment upgrading of Yingkou Container Terminal, YIK01 will stop accept= ing all hazardous cargo for handling and storage in warehouse effective from August 22, 2015. This is su= bject to further notice when the port resumes normal.
Port Yingkou - Yingkou New Century Terminal Co., Ltd. (C= osco Facility code: YIK04)
Due to sa=
equipment upgrading of Yingkou New Century Terminal, YIK04 will stop
accepting all hazardous cargo, including all exporting and importing
hazardous cargo (excluding Haitong’s hazardous battery of Class 8).
Effective from August 14, 2015.
This is subject to further notice when the port resumes normal.
Yantai Container Terminal (Cosco facility code: YNT01)
Effective immediately, no hazardous cargo is accepted.
Yantai International Container Terminal (Cosco facility code: YNT02)<= /span>
Effective immediately, will not accept hazardous cargo Potassium Nitrate and Thiour= ea Dioxide. For hazardous carg= o, need MSDS and transport history for pre-approval. If the hazardous commodity has n= ot transport history to this terminal, it will be rejected for handling.
Port Taicang – Cosco Taicang Terminal Co., Ltd. (C= osco facility code: TAG01)
Taicang hazardous warehouse cannot provide storage service due to no qualification. All hazardous cargo must be loaded/delivered direct.
Port Dafeng – Dafeng Harbor Port Co., Ltd. (Cosco facility code: DFE01)
This term= inal has stopped accepting all hazardous cargo effective immediately.
Port Lianyungang – Lianyungang China Shipping Container Terminal (Cosco facility code: LYG01)
All hazar= dous cargo should be checked case by case to confirm whether specific cargo ca= n be handled.
Shantou P= ort Container Terminal (Cosco facility code: SWA01)
This term= inal has stopped accepting all hazardous cargo effective immediately. Hazardous cargo is allowed for transshipment, but prohibited for re-stow operation.
Shantou International Container Terminal (Cosco facility code: SWA05)<= /span>
will stop accepting all hazardous cargo effective from August 26, 2015.
Zhongshan International Container Terminal (Cosco facility code: ZSN01)<= /span>
will stop accepting all hazardous cargo effective from August 29, 2015.
Guangzhou Container Terminal Corp., Ltd. (Cosco facility code: HUA09)
This term= inal has stop accepting all hazardous cargo (excluding Class 8 and Class 9) for storage, and requires direct loading and delivery effective August 21, 20= 15.
COSCO – USA To = Asia/Oceania/Indian Sub-Continent/Middle East/Canada General Rate Increase - Effective Octobe= r 1, 2015
All Dry Cargo NOS (excluding Refrigerated cargo; cargo in Shipper Owned Tanks, and In-Gauge= and Out-Of-Gauge cargo moving in OT/FL/FR/PL containers). <= /u>
And the rates shall be increase for following commodities: Waste paper, Metal Scrap, Forest Prod= ucts as indicated Lumber (Hardwood & Softwood),Logs, Rough Timber, Ties, P= oles, Piling, Laminated Beams, Siding, Wood Panels, Plywood, Core Stock / Venee= rs, Particle / Fiber Boards, Pressboard, Medium Density Fiberboard, Woodpulp in rolls & unitized bales, Paper & Paperboard in rolls or in pallet / skid= - sized sheets, Liquid / Granular by-products from pulping & Papermaking, Eng= ineered wood products, Wood Chips, Milk carton stock, Kraft Liner Board, Reclaimed Fluff Pulp, Newsprint, Milk Carton Stock/Liquid Packaging Material, Cellu= lose Fibers (Woodpulp), Paper Stocks (cup stock), Printing Paper in rolls / palletized.
U= SD 240/20’ STD
U= SD 300/40’ STD
U= SD 300/40’ STD
MAERSK – Manual Booking Fee= in the U.S. - Effective September 1, 2015
MAERSK Following announcement on June 1st, 2015, we’d like to remind you of the introduction of a
Manual Booking Fee o= n all bookings made via email or phone in the U.S.
Effective September = 1st, 2015, all manual export bookings made in the U.S. will be assessed a 50 U= SD
fee.* Bookings made = via Maerskline.com will not be charged the Manual Booking Fee.
With the recent enhancements to our shipment processing e-tools, you can benefit from the long-lasting
productivity improve= ments gained from conducting business as online bookings via www.maerskline.com=
• A simplified booking process, which allows you to reuse old bookings and save time on data inp= ut.
• Fast turnaround time = on your booking confirmations. Currently, 99% of US export bookings are
= confirmed within 2 hours.
• Improved accuracy as several data points flow straight from your booking input to your Bill of Lading.
• A reduction in administrative costs.
• Continued acceptance = of eCommerce bookings via EDI and Inttra at no additional charge<= /span>
You may still submit= your bookings manually, but these will need to be submitted via our Manual Boo= king
Form as follows:
• Click here to view an= d save the new request form
• All emailed bookings = must use this form and provide all requested information to complete your
= booking request. If your booking is not completed in the requested form or is incomplete, your booking will
= not be accepted.
• Each booking requires= a separate form and will carry a 50 USD fee per booking.<= /p>
• Completed booking for= ms are to be emailed to = email@example.com=
There are now four w= eeks until the Manual Booking Fee is implemented, so we encourage you to check= -out
My Maersk Line today= . To get you started, we invite you to click here to watch an instructional vi= deo that
= demonstrates how simple it is to make a booking online. Please note that if you are a = new user, you will
= need to register for a Digital Certificate prior to completing transactions online.
As we approach this implementation, know that you have our full support in making this transi= tion to
bookings. We have even established a dedicated team to carefully walk you
through getting started,
= if needed. Once you are at the point of making all bookings online, you will= quickly start to benefit from
= both time and cost saving opportunities.
<= b>MOL - Asia to U.S. Import General Rate Increase – Effective September 1, 2015
<= u>For cargo destined to USWC Ports and/or Group 4 locations;
<= u>For cargo destined to Atlantic and Gulf ports via USWC (MLB); and to inland locations in the U.S. via USWC
<= u>(IPI) and/or via Vancouver, BC gateway;
<= u>For cargo destined to USEC ports/Miami, FL via USEC/Miami, FL and to inland locations in U.S. via
<= u>USEC/Miami, FL (RIPI) and/or via Halifax, NS
USD 540/20’ STD
= MOL - Asia to Canada Import General Rate Increase – Effective October 1, 2015
For Canadian West Coast and Canadian East Coast Routings
= USD 540/20R= 17; STD
MOL (Am= erica) Inc. Establishes Shipment Management Center
= MOL (America) Inc. is pleased to introduce the creation of our new Shipment Management Center (SMC). The new
= SMC functions will take effect on August 31, 2015 and are spread throughout existing office locations in Atlanta,
= Georgia and Lombard, Illinois. The SMC will be the single entry for customer service or shipment management within
the U.S. and Canada. We are launching t=
Shipment Management Center to produce a greater level of reliability,
= consistency and transparency within our transportation services. Although the two locations will provide the same=
= high-quality services which customers have grown accustomed from M= OL, the launch of the SMC is a reemphasized
= commitment to delivering a superior shi= pping product that customers can count on.
= The Shipment Management organization will consist of:= span>
<= /span>Export Services. Dedicated= to providing customers with superior services for export shipments including booking,
documentation and service escalation.
<= /span>Import Services. Dedicated= to providing customers with superior services for import shipments including cargo
= clearance, documentation, coordination = of inland transport, and escalation.
<= /span>Integration Services. Dedicated to providing new and improved services for customer on-boarding, eCommerce and
= escalation management.
= In addition to the creation of the Shipment Management Center, MOL (America) Inc. will also modernize its Sales
= Services team and launch a new Contract Services team.<= /span>
= The Sales Services organization will consist of:=
<= /span>Sales Solutions. Dedicated= to providing traditional sales support service with a focus on producing value-added
= solutions and relationship management.<= o:p>
= <= /span>Strategic Sales. Dedicated= to introducing new specialized product offerings and services to targeted markets.
= <= /span>Quote Management. Dedicate= d to producing timely rate quotations and contract amendments.
= The Contract Services organization will consist of:
= <= /span>Tender Management. Dedicat= ed to managing and completing requests for tenders.
= <= /span>Contract Management. Dedic= ated to streamlining contract development and the conclusion of the contractin= g
= MOL (America) Inc. 700 East Butterfield Road, Suite 150, Lombard, = IL 60148.
= To underscore our ambition to produce a highly reliable and consis= tent shipping product, MOL will continue to offer the
= highest degree of performance transpare= ncy in the industry. Therefore, MOL (America) Inc. is pleased to introduce six <= o:p>
renewed customer commitments that will become a regular part of
performance reporting on
= Inherent to this initiative is our continued commitment to accessibility, and providing a reliable and consistent shipping
= The Shipment Management Center Customer Commitments are:
1) Less Waiting. We will answer the phone within 90 seconds. <=
= 2) The Two Hour Booking. We will confirm bookings for space/equipm= ent within two hours.
= 3) The Prompt Response. We will respond to all customer emails wit= hin four business hours.
= 4) The 24 Hour B/L. We will issue all proofs within 24 hours of shipping instruction receipt.
= 5) Service Escalation. We will assign an escalation analyst within four hours for all containers, bookings or B/Ls known <= /p>
to deviate from proforma service. <=
= 6) The 24 Hour Quote. We will produce rate quotes within 24 hours.=
= Please take note of the following contact information for the Ship= ment Management Center.
= Effective August 31, 2015, the current MOL (America) Inc. customer service number (1-800-449-7575) will provide
= customers with access to the Shipment Management Center.
There are some minor changes to email addresses as stated below:
= firstname.lastname@example.org Export Services (New bookings)
= email@example.com= Export Services (Changes/cancellations/inquiries)
= US.firstname.lastname@example.org Documentation Services (D= ry booking)
= US.Reeferhazdocs@mol-ips.com Documentation Services (Refrigerated/hazardous booking)
= email@example.com= Sales Services (Sales Solutions)
= firstname.lastname@example.org Sales Services (Quote Management)
= After many months of planning and preparation, we anticipate a smo= oth transition. We are confident that the Shipment
= Management Center
US Lines will implement the following Peak Season Surcharge (PSS-2) for all inbound car= go from Asia, as
= covered under FMC Tariff ANLS-002, to all ports and points in the U.S. & Cana= da. = p>
From All Asia Por= ts of Load To All U.S. & Canadian Ports of Discharge<= /p>
USD 360/20’ Al= l type
USD 400/40’ Dr= y all type
USD 450/40’ HQ= All type / Reefer
USD 506/45’ Al= l type
Exceptions: This surcharge will not apply to origins in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Papua New
Guinea, New Caledonia and French Polynesia.