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Common sense for handling container transportation

by:VIPUTRANS     2020-09-03
Container transportation method:

(1) Container Yard/Container Yard (CYTOCY):
1. The shipper shall pick up the empty container, pack it, tally and seal it by itself, and be responsible for transporting the heavy container to the container yard designated by the carrier, and bear all the expenses and risks before that. The cargo declaration, cargo inspection and dangerous goods supervision shall be borne by the shipper and the expenses.
2. The shipper is also responsible for the loss or damage of the goods in the box, as well as the responsibilities and risks arising from improper stowage of the goods in the box and unclear tally.
3. The carrier accepts heavy containers at the container yard and transports the heavy containers to the container yard at the delivery location.
4. The consignee picks up the heavy container from the container yard at the place of delivery and is responsible for unpacking. After unpacking, the empty container will be delivered to the carrier designated place.



(2) Container Freight Station/Container Yard (CFSTOCY):
1. The shipper is responsible for transporting the goods to the container freight station designated by the carrier, and bears all costs and risks before delivering the goods to the container freight station. Customs declaration and cargo inspection should be borne by the shipper and bear the cost.
2. The carrier receives, tally, and packs the goods at the container freight station at the loading port or receiving location, and transports the heavy containers to the container yard at the delivery location.
3. The consignee picks up the heavy container from the container yard at the place of delivery and is responsible for unpacking. After unpacking, the empty container will be delivered to the carrier designated place.



(3) Container Freight Station/Container Freight Station (CFSTOCFS):
1. The shipper is responsible for transporting the goods to the container freight station designated by the carrier, and bears all costs and risks before delivering the goods to the container freight station. Customs declaration and cargo inspection should be borne by the shipper and bear the cost.
2. The carrier receives, tally, and packs the goods at the container freight station at the loading port or the receiving place, and unpacks the goods as far as the container freight station at the delivery place, then delivers the goods to the consignee.



(4) Container Yard/Container Freight Station (CYTOCFS):
1. The shipper shall pick up the empty container, pack it, tally and seal it by itself, and be responsible for transporting the heavy container to the container yard designated by the carrier, and bear all the expenses and risks before that. The cargo declaration, cargo inspection and dangerous goods supervision shall be borne by the shipper and the expenses.
2. The shipper shall also bear the responsibilities and risks arising from the loss or damage of the goods in the box, as well as the improper stowage of the goods in the box and unclear tally.
3. The carrier accepts heavy containers at the container yard, and is responsible for unpacking the heavy containers to the container freight station at the place of delivery and delivering the goods to the consignee.



(5) Shipping EXDOOR from door
The carrier is responsible for arranging the trailer to bring the empty container to the factory or warehouse designated by the shipper, and the shipper will pack the container within the specified time and deliver it to the original vehicle of the carrier to bring it back. The cargo declaration, cargo inspection and dangerous goods supervision shall be borne by the shipper and the expenses.



(6) Door-to-door transportation DOORDELIVERY
The carrier is responsible for the entire transportation of the goods, and arranges a trailer to tow the heavy boxes to the factory or warehouse designated by the owner of the bill of lading. The consignee must empty the container within the specified time, and the empty container shall be brought back by the original trailer. The import declaration of goods is the responsibility of the consignee.



Acceptance of goods:



(1) The acceptance of the goods means that the shipper delivers the goods to the carrier designated CY or CFS, and the carrier or its agent has issued the corresponding goods receipt according to the goods, and the goods are under the control of the carrier.



(2) The date when the last piece of goods on the bill of lading was accepted by the carrier for shipment will be the date when the goods on the bill of lading are accepted.



(3) In the case of CY or CFS delivery at the port, the shipper must deliver the heavy container to the yard or freight station designated by the carrier within the specified time before the scheduled ship arrives at the port. If the cargo is delivered to the designated storage yard or freight station before the designated receiving date of each port or the shipper requests to postpone the shipment or the ship does not arrive at the port at the scheduled time due to factors beyond the control of the carrier, the carrier reserves the following rights :



1. LCL cargo: the risk of cargo storage, warehouse rent and other costs are borne by the shipper.
2. FCL: The cost and risk of cargo storage are borne by the shipper. In addition, the shipper must pay the container overdue usage fee in accordance with the relevant provisions of the carrier.



Freight information: The shipper provides detailed information about each shipment, including:



(1) The name of the goods, the port of loading, the port of unloading, the place of delivery, the mark, the gross weight (kg), the volume (cubic meters to three decimal places), the number of pieces, the packaging, the FOB price (referring to the ad valorem goods), Freight payment method, performance of special cargo, temperature requirements of refrigerated cargo, weight and size of each heavy piece (each piece exceeding 5 metric tons), and size of over-sized cargo.



(2) Container type, container type, container volume, seal number, number of pieces in the container, packaging, weight (kg), volume (cubic meter to three decimal places), empty container weight (kg), gross weight of the whole container (kg) ), transportation methods, etc.



(3) The carrier reserves the right to open the container for inspection on the name and weight/size of the goods. In the case where it is proved that the shipper has acted improperly, the cost of inspection and any cargo damage directly caused by the inspection shall be borne by the shipper.



(4) The shipper must truthfully declare the consigned goods, and any risks and liabilities caused by the shipper's misrepresentation, deliberate deception or concealment of the cargo information shall be borne by the shipper. The shipper must also bear any additional costs incurred by the carrier.



Special odor cargo: When consigning cargo with a strong and difficult to eliminate odor, the shipper should list its performance and characteristics on the shipping document to avoid contamination of the container and other cargo.

Free samples: All samples with no commercial value can be shipped free of charge by the ship, but the volume cannot exceed 0.2 cubic meters and the weight does not exceed 50 kg. The carrier only issues an original bill of lading and is not liable for damages to goods.



Shipper’s own container:



(1) The cargo owner’s own containers must comply with the International Organization for Standardization regulations and safety standards in all aspects and are suitable for loading on the carrier’s vessel. The cargo owner must hold and provide the carrier with a valid certificate when needed to prove that the container is suitable for the cargo in all aspects.



(2) The cargo party prepares tank containers. Regardless of whether there is an agreement on the liquid expansion coefficient between the carrier and the cargo party, the carrier can discharge the carrier from the tank once the liquid/gas is dangerous or may be dangerous to personnel or property. The carrier does not assume any responsibility for any quantity of cargo that must be discharged to prevent harm. The cargo owner will compensate the carrier for all expenses and losses incurred in the free exercise of this right
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