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IV. CONTAINER A. Rules

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RULE:  34-490
ISSUED:  December 01, 2002 EFFECTIVE:  January 01, 2003
SUBJECT:  RECEIVING/HANDLING OF CONTAINERS WITH DAMAGE/ VARIANCES IMPEDING NORMAL MOVEMENT

The Authority reserves the right to refuse to receive, handle or place on Authority property any container or chassis which is deemed to be in a condition considered unsafe or unsuitable for handling.

Sea-going containers as described in rule 34-505, having damage or variance which may impede normal movement with that Terminal's mechanical equipment will not be received in the marshalling yard unless prior arrangements have been made with the Terminal Management.

Containers and/or chassis identified by Terminal Management as having damage or variances which are deemed as an impediment in normal handling will be directed to be removed from the Terminal or will be immediately subject to storage charges as defined in rule 34-520, and not be entitled any free time.


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IV. CONTAINER B. Definitions

SUBJECTRULE #
EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES 34-505

IV. CONTAINER C. Charges

SUBJECTRULE #
ROLLED EXPORT CONTAINERS (loaded units) 34-509
STEVEDORE USE CHARGE ON CONTAINERIZED CARGO 34-510
STEVEDORE VESSEL LOADING ERROR 34-511
VESSEL RE-STOWS 34-513
WHARFAGE CHARGES ON CONTAINERIZED CARGO 34-515
CONTAINER CHARGES FOR CY SERVICES 34-520
U.S. COAST GUARD REGULATED CARGO 34-521
GOVERNMENT AGENCY INSPECTIONS 34-525
EMPTY CONTAINERS TO/FROM BARGES 34-530