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IV. CONTAINER A. Rules

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RULE:  34-495
ISSUED:  September 15, 2003 EFFECTIVE:  October 01, 2003
SUBJECT:  REEFER RECEPTACLE ACCESS

The terminal will provide adequate access to reefer receptacle facilities as required by the users of the terminal. refrigerated equipment is parked in a slot designated as "REEFERS ONLY" and does not use electrical power, a Reefer Receptacle Access charge will be invoiced to the steamship line and/or its local agent. Such charge(s) will not apply under the following conditions:

  1. If a line uses the terminal supplied electrical services at rates published in rule 34-520 within four (4) hours accessing the designated parking slot.
  2. If the refrigerated equipment is removed from the parking slot within four (4) hours of placement in the slot.
  3. If an order is issued to the terminal for relocation to an appropriate parking area within four (4) hours of in the slot. 
  4. When empty refrigerated equipment is placed in reefer slots from 1700 hours Friday to 0800 hours the following Monday.

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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