Georgia Ports Authority

Equipment & Labor


V. EQUIPMENT AND LABOR A. Rules

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RULE:  34-570
ISSUED:  September 15, 2004 EFFECTIVE:  October 01, 2004
SUBJECT:  CRANE MINIMUMS

Minimum lease time for crane(s) will be four (4) hours per crane for a straight time operation and eight (8) hours per crane for overtime or legal holiday operations, except on 2400 hour starts, which will have a seven (7) hour minimum lease time. The lease time is subject to the minimum crane lease charges as provided in rule 34-625. The applicable crane lease charge will be assessed for the hours the crane(s) is (are) utilized, and any remaining hours on either the 4-hour straight time minimum or the 7-hour/8-hour overtime minimum, as the case may be, will be assessed the applicable stand-by labor rate.

Should a crane (cranes) be utilized by one stevedore or lessee while the crane (cranes) is (are) under lease to another stevedore or lessee, the minimum billing to each stevedore or lessee will be the minimum charge, specified in rule 34-625.

The minimum lease charge for container cranes will be one (1) hour per crane.


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V. EQUIPMENT AND LABOR B. Charges

SUBJECTRULE #
EQUIPMENT LEASING RATES 34-625
SHIP TO SHORE CONTAINER CRANE HANDLING SURCHARGE 34-626
LABOR RATES - Savannah / Brunswick 34-630
LABOR RATES - BAINBRIDGE 34-635