Terms for Spot Booking

Where we refer to “you” in these Spot Terms, we refer to the party entering into these Spot Terms with the Carrier. A reference to “we”, “us” or “our” is a reference to the Carrier, or to any affiliate or group company of the Carrier who provides services from time to time under these Terms. A reference to “the Spot Terms”, “the Terms” or “these Terms” is a reference to these Spot Terms.

1. Application of terms

1.1 These terms govern bookings made between you and us, which are expressly subject to the Spot Terms, or are otherwise subject to the Maersk spot rate. We may update, revise and change these Spot Terms at any time. The Spot Terms current at the time of booking shall apply.  

1.2 The carriage of any goods in connection with these Terms shall be subject to the Terms for Carriage, which are available at: https://terms.maersk.com/carriage. The definitions in the Terms for Carriage are hereby adopted and shall have the same meaning unless otherwise specified. The parties to these Spot Terms shall be further identified and recorded in the booking confirmation and/or bill of lading. The Terms for Carriage shall be incorporated into these Terms, and these Terms shall be incorporated into the Terms for Carriage. To the extent required, these Terms shall logically amend, vary and supplement the Terms for Carriage, but the validity and enforceability of the other provisions of the Terms for Carriage shall remain in full force and shall not be affected.     

1.3 The additional clauses set out in Schedule 1 of these Terms shall apply to any shipments moved under regulated lanes that are subject to the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission regulations (”FMC”). In such cases, where there is conflict between Schedule 1 and the Spot Terms, Schedule 1 shall prevail.

1.4 By placing a booking via any Maersk APIs, or on any Maersk online booking platform or any approved third party platforms and irrespective of whether the booking is placed or the offer is requested through an agent or not, you acknowledge, confirm and accept to be bound by these Spot Terms which are available at: https://terms.maersk.com/terms-spot-booking and the API License Terms available at https://terms.maersk.com/api-license-terms.

1.5 It is a condition that anyone making a spot booking under these Spot Terms agrees and accepts that it will be deemed a“Merchant”as defined in the Terms for Carriage and as such will be responsible for all the obligations and liabilities of the shipper, whether disclosed or not. Any subsequent nomination of a shipper or other party in relation to the booking shall be subject to our discretionary acceptance. In nominating a shipper or other party in relation to the booking the nominating party warrants and represents that it has authority to legally bind the nominated shipper or other party relating to the booking, as applicable and will assume full liability and shall indemnify us for any and all losses suffered or cost incurred as a consequence of the absence of such authority.

1.6 You warrant that no shipment booked by you includes refrigerated goods, or hazardous goods, and that all information provided to us is complete and accurate.

2. Rates and charges

2.1 After submitting a booking request and receiving a booking confirmation (“Booking Confirmation”) for a spot booking the rates as confirmed by us shall not be subject to change, other than as set out below.

2.2 The rates quoted in the Booking Confirmation are calculated and based on the rates, charges, surcharges, fees, adjustment factors (including local ones), rules, exceptions, exclusions and exchange rates applicable to the requested services pursuant to our applicable Tariff at the time of booking. Rates appearing at the time of Booking Confirmation may be subject to commodity specific surcharges or other situational surcharges which are available here.

2.3 Where in the Booking Confirmation: (i) a rate is reflected in a currency other than USD, and/or (ii) a fee, charge or other amount is reflected in a currency other than the currency it is charged in (i.e. local currency), you accept that the amount invoiced may vary due to currency fluctuations. Any services not covered under the scope of Spot Terms shall be subject to additional cost payable by you for such additional services.  

Shipping instructions

2.4 The rates provided in the Booking Confirmation are conditional upon you uploading shipping instructions to us in accordance with the instructions set out in the Booking Confirmation. If the shipping instructions are not submitted in time or submitted in any other manner, we reserves the right to charge you additional or different charges to those agreed.

Cargo weight

2.5 Rates are quoted on the basis of the net cargo weight as provided and indicated by you in the booking request. In the event the actual net cargo weight is different from the indicated net cargo weight when cargo is tendered, then you shall pay a different rate (if applicable) based on the actual cargo weight as determined by us at that time. We also reserve the right to cancel such booking (without any further liability) notwithstanding any issuance of Booking Confirmation, transport documents or receipt of the Goods, if the cargo weight may exceed any regulatory or other restrictions in any applicable country location.

Amendments

2.6 All changes requested by you after Booking Confirmation has been issued are subject to and conditional upon: (i) available space, (ii) our approval. Any requests for changes will be considered as acceptance of any revised charges and you will be deemed to have accepted the same by proceeding with the amended booking.

Default by you

2.7 In the event the Goods are not loaded and shipped as booked due to your default then we reserve the right to re-rate and calculate and apply revised rates and charges (including Amendment Fee) for the shipment, subject to space and equipment. You acknowledge and accept that in the event we have space availability then we will endeavour to load the Goods applying revised rates and charges current at the time. In the event of space constraints then we reserve the right to cancel the booking and you will then be required to empty the container at your cost, time and expense.

Taxes

2.8 The Charges/fees are exclusive of all taxes, duties and/or levies payable in respect of or in connection with the Services, such as Withholding Tax (“WHT”), Value Added Tax (”VAT”), Goods and Services Tax (”GST”) or any other similar tax where appropriate.

3. Equipment

3.1 The Booking Confirmation provides an indication of the supply, release and pickup of equipment and containers. This indication does not apply for:

i. Special grade containers, including but not limited to: food/dairy, flexitank and scrap-grade containers;

ii. Equipment picked up at a different location from the default Empty Container Depot’ stated in the Booking Confirmation; and / or

iii. Equipment picked up on a date earlier than the equipment Release Date’ stated in the Booking Confirmation.

3.2 Some equipment grades shall also be subject to additional charges, details of which can be found on https://www.maersk.com/local-information under country specific local information or by contacting our relevant local office.

3.3 Additional charges may apply if the location for equipment pick up / drop off requested by you is different from the origin/destination locations stated in the Booking Confirmation.

4. DND

4.1 Applicable detention, demurrage, free time and per diem rates depend on the import and export locations. The applicable detention, demurrage, free time and per diem rates for spot bookings are available here and shall replace and supersede any separately agreed detention, demurrage, free time and per diem rates. All other terms shall be as per the Terms for Carriage and the Detention and Demurrage terms, which are incorporated by reference and available at: https://terms.maersk.com/dnd.

5. Freetime Extension

5.1 If you select the Freetime Extension option at the time of booking then this additional freetime will apply to your standard freetime allowance as applicable and purchased. This freetime extension is quoted per container on a per diem basis. Confirmed bookings with freetime extension will apply to all containers for the applicable shipment.

5.2 The freetime extension is quoted and invoiced whether used or not and irrespective of consumed days, unless the applicable shipment is cancelled. In the event of a request for change of vessel then the freetime extension will still apply. Freetime extension does not apply in the event of a Change of Destination, please contact our representative for refunds, if any.

6. Payment and Invoicing

6.1 By entering into these Terms you acknowledge that invoices may be issued to you by us or by any of our affiliates, and you hereby agree to pay any such invoices as if they were invoices issued by us.

6.2 Please note that some countries may follow different payment terms for certain charges and you should refer to the local country website https://www.maersk.com/local-information/ for detailed information on exceptional payment terms which may apply.

7. Commitments and Damages

7.1 The scope of your and our commitments as well as the damages for non-compliance with such commitments shall be as set out in the table below:

Commitments

Your commitment

Our commitment

Applicability of Two Way Commitment

The two-way commitments and the fees (if applicable) set out below applies from issuance of a Booking Confirmation.

Load as Booked

You commit to deliver the containerised Goods to us and provide to us any other required information and/or documents in a timely manner (including but not limited to shipping instructions) for any shipment before the applicable cut-off time(s).

Subject to you complying with your commitment, we shall load the Goods onboard:

(i) the original first leg ocean going vessel listed in the Booking Confirmation; or

(ii) an alternative vessel as long as that alternative vessel’s departure date is no earlier or later than three (3) days before or after the scheduled ETD as confirmed in the last sent version of the Booking Confirmation.

Cancellations, No-Shows and Booking Amendments

Cancellation

If you cancel all or part of a shipment:

(a) After the Booking Confirmation has been issued; but

(b) Not less than seven (7) days before the scheduled estimated time of departure (“ETD”) of the original first leg ocean going vessel for that booking or part-booking,

You shall be liable to pay a cancellation fee on a per-container basis (“Cancellation Fee”).

No-show

If, you:

(a) Fail to deliver and present to us part or all of a shipment on or before the cut-off date mentioned in the Booking Confirmation; or

(b) Provide notice of cancellation of that booking less than seven (7) days before the scheduled ETD,

You shall be liable to pay a no-show fee on a per-container basis (“No-Show Fee”).

Amendment

Any request by you for booking amendment(s)* that impacts the ocean transport plan will be subject to:

(i) repricing, as set out in Clause 2.6 applying the current rates available on the platform at the time of processing the request; and

(ii) an amendment fee on a per-container basis (”Amendment Fee”), Cancellation Fee or No-Show Fee chargeable per container, as set out in Clause 2.6. *Amendment(s) can only be made up until the ETD.

Amendments after ETD are not permitted and if you fail to deliver part or all containerised Goods for shipment, the No-show Fee will apply.

Compensation Fee

We shall be liable to pay the Compensation fee, if both of the below conditions are met:

  1. We fail to load the containerised Goods on board the original first leg ocean going vessel listed in the Booking Confirmation (if such vessel’s departure is delayed or brought forward but the Goods are still loaded on board, then we shall not be deemed to have failed to load the Goods on board the vessel due to the fact that the actual departure is before or after the ETD in the Booking Confirmation); and
  2. For any reason within our control, we load the containerised Goods onto an alternative vessel that is more than three (3) days before or more than three (3) days after the scheduled ETD as confirmed in the Booking confirmation.

The Compensation Fee is subject to any exclusions in these Spot Terms and shall only be payable if:

  1. You have met the conditions for payment of the booking in full;
  2. You have complied in full with the Load as Booked commitments as set out in these Terms; and
  3. You have provided written notice to us of the right to the Compensation Fee within 90 days of the act or omission giving rise to our liability to pay the Compensation Fee.

We shall only be liable for one Compensation Fee per container per spot booking.

Fees

The current fees (Cancellation, No-Show, Amendment and Compensation) and the circumstances for which those will be charged are available here.

Sole Remedy

Notwithstanding anything else to the contrary stated herein, you hereby agree and accept that the Compensation Fee as stated above shall constitute your sole and exclusive remedy for our failure to meet our commitments under these Spot Terms or otherwise breaches this Spot Terms.

7.2 The term “Force Majeure" as used herein shall mean any and all events beyond the reasonable control of a party including, without limitation, strikes, work stoppages, lockouts or circumstances arising from the threat thereof; acts of God, states or a public enemy, terrorism, cyber-attack, war, hostilities, riots, civil disorder, insurrection, embargo, pandemic, governmental actions (whether informal or formal government acts) or other similar disruptions or interference with trade, marine disaster, fire and or other casualty.

8. Exclusions

8.1 You shall not be liable to pay the fees set out in these Terms, if you fail to tender the Goods is due to Force Majeure. In order to rely on this provision, you must provide evidence of the Force Majeure event to our satisfaction.

8.2 We shall not be liable to you for any failure to load the Goods, where the failure to load the Goods is due to either:

            (i) Force Majeure;

(ii) Port Omission - for the purpose of these terms ‘Port Omission’ shall mean the omission of a scheduled call at any relevant port affecting the voyage due to operational reasons beyond our reasonable control or anticipation;

(iii) Default or breach of these Terms on your part, including but not limited to: (a) late or non-provision of documents or incorrect declarations; (b) late gate-in of the Goods; or (c) the Goods not being in compliance with weight restrictions or limitations.

8.3 For any Store Door (”SD”) origin service mode bookings, with an inland origin leg arranged by us (“Carrier Haulage”), the Parties acknowledge that:

(i) the pick-up time in the Booking Confirmation is a non-binding indication only; and

(ii) In case of delay by us or our subcontractors (including the haulier), any Compensation Fee will only be payable to you when such delay is not a result of your action or inaction including any non-compliance with waiting/loading time limits.

9. Rollable

9.1 You may opt for your cargo to be treated as “Rollable”. If you opt for “Rollable”, then we may “roll” your cargo onto a later sailing than the sailing anticipated in the initial Booking Confirmation. Your cargo may be “rolled” at any stage during the carriage, including at the loadport or any transhipment port. The “Rollable” option is typically more appropriate for non-time sensitive cargoes.

9.2 If we exercise our right to “roll” your cargo:

a) we will not be held to any Load as Booked promise, or any other delivery or loading promise under any clause of these Spot Terms, including Clause 7.1; and

b) you shall be entitled to a Rollable Compensation Fee (the “Rollable Compensation Fee”).

9.3 Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, you shall in no circumstances be entitled to any more compensation for any cargo that is “rolled” than one Rollable Compensation Fee per FFE actually “rolled”, irrespective of how many times that cargo is “rolled”.

9.4 The value of the Rollable Compensation Fee will vary depending on the trade lane for the relevant booking. The Rollable Compensation Fee is visible to you during the booking journey, is available in the FAQs on our website (see: here), and we will be happy to advise you of the same should you contact us.

9.5 We confirm, without guarantee, that our performance data shows that in the majority of cases any “rolled” cargo is rolled onto the next available calling Vessel at the port of loading.

10. Law and Jurisdiction

Any dispute relating to these Spot Terms shall be governed in accordance with the provisions of Clause 27 of the Terms for Carriage.

11. Confidentiality

All information provided or obtained in connection with the performance of these Spot Terms is and shall remain confidential information and shall not be disclosed without the prior consent of the other party. The parties shall ensure that such confidential information shall not be disclosed to any third parties. This undertaking shall not apply to any information that has already been published or is in the public domain. All information and data provided by a party is and shall remain the property of that party.

12. Entire Contract

These Spot Terms, including any FMC validation records, and any Letter of Authority (if applicable), the current bills of lading and the Tariff together constitute the full agreement of the parties for the subject matter. 

13. Severability

Any provision hereof which is prohibited or unenforceable in any jurisdiction shall not invalidate or render unenforceable any other provision of these Spot Terms.

14. Sanctions & Export Controls

14.1 With respect to any booking made under these Terms, you shall be responsible for and you shall warrant compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations, including, but not limited to, the sanctions laws of the European Union, United States, as promulgated by the United Nations Security Council and of any country to, from, or through which the Goods may be carried and the export control laws of any country to, from or through which the Goods may be carried.

14.2 You warrant that you have obtained all necessary export, re-export, and/or import licenses or permits and we and/or any of our affiliates are not required to obtain any special license or permit in connection with our or any of our affiliates’ performance hereunder.

14.3 You warrant that you or any party that endorses any transport document (including but not limited to any bill of lading or any sea waybill) to is not a party subject to any prohibition or restriction pursuant to the sanctions laws of the European Union, United States, as promulgated by the United Nations Security Council and of any country to, from or through which the Goods may be carried, including any party identified on the U.S. Treasury Department’s list of Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons or any other list of prohibited or denied parties maintained by the European Union, United States, United Nations Security Council or any other country. You also warrant that the Goods are not intended to be used in the design, development or production of nuclear, chemical or biological weapons or in violation of the arms control laws of any country to, from or through which the Goods may be carried. You shall indemnify us and hold us and any of our affiliates harmless to the full extent of any loss, damage, cost, expense, or liability to the carrier including lost profits, attorney’s fees and court costs for any failure or alleged failure of you to comply with applicable export and import laws and regulations of any country.

14.4 You agree that we and any of our affiliates may take any action under Article 20 of the Terms for Carriage or return any cargo carried pursuant to these Terms to the Port of Loading at full cost to you in the event of any risk that you are in violation of the provisions of this section.

14.5 We and any of our affiliates assume no liability to you or to any other person for any loss or expense arising from your failure to comply with the provisions of this section.

Schedule 1 – FMC Terms

1.1 It may be necessary for the Contract Output and these Terms to be filed with the United States Federal Maritime Commission (the “FMC”). If we, in our sole discretion, considers that it is necessary for the Contract Output and these Terms to be filed with the FMC, the following terms of this Schedule 1 shall apply. If we do not determine that a filing with the FMC is necessary, the remainder of this Schedule 1 shall not apply.

1.2 By agreeing to these Terms, you certify that you are an owner of Cargo. If you are not an owner of Cargo, then you understand that we may ask for further proof of your “Merchant” status. In the event you are not authorized to act as a “Merchant” or an “NVOCC” for any reason whatsoever, due to which the FMC filing of these Spot Terms is not possible, then these Spot Terms shall be rendered null and void, without the application of any Cancellation fee.

1.3 If you have appointed an agent, you shall submit a Letter of Authority (LOA) as the owner of Cargo within 48 hours of submitting the first booking. The LOA shall be valid for a period of one (1) year, after which, at our request, you shall provide us with a renewed LOA. We shall have the right to cancel any booking even after the Booking Confirmation, without the application of any Cancellation fee, if:

i. no LOA has been provided by you within 48 hours of submitting the booking;

ii. incorrect details/information have been provided by you; and

iii. You are found not to be a valid Shipper under the U.S. Shipping Act.

Minimum Cargo Quantity

2. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in these Terms, you shall be obliged to tender for carriage and we shall be obliged to accept and carry a minimum cargo quantity of 1 FFE under these Terms.

Effective date of these Terms

3. If, for any reason whatsoever, the Contract Output and these Terms (including, if there is an amendment agreed by you and us to these Terms or the Contract Output, any amendment) are not filed with the FMC and validated by the FMC, we reserve the right to terminate the Contract Output and these Terms, effective immediately. These Terms and the Contract Output shall automatically terminate if they are not filed with the FMC in accordance with the FMC regulations.

Documents supporting performance

4. Any of the following may constitute records supporting performance of these Terms and the Contract Output and may be shared with the FMC if requested:

4.1 Any Transport Document;

4.2 Any manifest data;

4.3 Any electronic data processing reports;

4.4 Any statements prepared by you relating to the cargo shipped under these Terms, the Contract Output or any booking made pursuant to these Terms and the Contract Output; and

4.5 Any written communications issued by us regarding any of the above.

46 CFR 530.15

5. Our representative’s address, telephone number and title who will respond to a request made pursuant to 46 CFR 530.15 is Regulatory Affairs, Maersk Agency U.S.A. Inc. 180 Park Avenue, Florham Park, NJ 07932, fax: 973-514-5214.

6. The term "Tariff" means Maersk A/S Transport Document Publication Tariff, Regulated Contract Essential Terms Tariff and any other tariffs (including freight rate increases applicable to the movement of any commodities, charges, surcharges, rules, obligations, indemnities, regulations, arbitraries/additionals or terms in the Tariffs published by us and applicable to the carriage of cargo in the trades covered by these Spot Terms), provided that these Spot Terms shall not be subject to the general rate increases published in the Tariff. The full texts, including subsequent modifications of such Tariff, are published at www.maersk.com.

7. Invoice Dispute Time Bar: in case of a dispute arising under or relating to these Spot Terms for the payment of freight and charges, such dispute shall be handled pursuant to the law and jurisdiction clause in our bill of lading. In the event that you dispute an item invoiced by us or require additional supporting documentation, you shall notify us in writing thereof within thirty (30) calendar days from the date of invoice, specifying the disputed item and requesting that we issue a credit note for the unaccepted part or whole of the invoice as applicable. In any event you shall in such circumstances be obliged to pay only the undisputed part of a disputed invoice. If we disagree with your decision regarding the disputed item, we shall inform you in writing accordingly within 30 calendar days after receipt of your statement. In the event this dispute is resolved in our favour, you shall be responsible for immediate payment of the full invoice value.

You shall be deemed to have accepted any of our invoices and waived any rights to dispute them if you fail to submit a dispute in writing within one (1) year from the date of our invoice. We shall be deemed to have been paid in full by you and waived any rights to request payment for an undercharge if not submitted to you in writing within one (1) year from the date of our initial invoice related to such undercharge. Any extension of this time bar must be granted by either us or you in writing as the case may be.

8. Tendering as Acceptance: If we send you a written offer to add a new rate, or replace an expiring rate (which rate would be less than Tariff) to these Terms for a specific origin/destination/commodity/container size/type, you shall be deemed to have accepted such offer by (i) providing us with written acceptance of such offer or (ii) the action of you tendering cargo to us after the date of our rate offer for the same origin/destination/commodity/container type/size.

Law and Jurisdiction for FMC lanes

9. These Terms shall be subject to the Shipping Act of 1984, as amended, and shall otherwise be construed and governed exclusively by the laws of the State of New York without regard to principles of conflicts or choice of law. Any provision to the contrary (including Clause 10 of these Terms) shall be disregarded.

10. In case of a dispute arising under or relating to the Contract Output or these Terms, where this Schedule 1 applies and other than disputes related to the payment of freight, which shall be handled pursuant to the law and jurisdiction clause in our or our affiliates’ Transport Document, you and we each agree to submit the matter under dispute to arbitration in the City of New York. Either party may call for arbitration by giving notice to the other party’s notice address set out in these Terms. The arbitration shall be before a single arbitrator to be appointed on the mutual agreement of both parties. If the parties are unable to agree on a sole arbitrator within 30 days after notice of the dispute, either party may apply to the President of the Society of Maritime Arbitrators, Inc. ("SMA") at New York for the appointment of the arbitrator, and the SMA President shall select the arbitrator from the SMA roster of members.

11. The decision of the arbitrator shall be binding on the parties. The arbitration shall be held under and pursuant to the terms and procedures of the United States Arbitration Act and in accordance with the rules of the SMA. The award may include attorney's fees and expenses and judgment may be entered upon any award hereunder in a court of competent jurisdiction. The failure to proceed with any dispute in accordance with this arbitration clause shall constitute a breach of these Terms and all costs, expenses and fees, including attorneys’ fees, incurred in enforcing compliance with the arbitration clause shall be fully recoverable in the arbitration.

12. These Terms may be executed in any number of counterparts, each of which will be deemed an original, but all of which together will constitute one and the same agreement, and all signatures need not appear on any one counterpart.

Schedule 2: Booking Cancellation and Amendment Details

Sr. No.

Booking Amendment

Description

Fee details

1

Cancellation

(part including inland leg or all)

If you wish to cancel shipment of part of or all the Goods (except by combining bookings without impacting the TEU volume originally booked) after the booking confirmation has been issued, then a cancellation notice must be provided by you to us no less than seven (7) days before the scheduled estimated time of departure (“ETD”) of the original first leg ocean going vessel and you shall pay to us a fee per container cancelled.

Cancellation Fee applies.

2

No Show

(part or all)

If you fail to notify us of cancellation of part or all Goods in accordance with Clause 7 or fail to deliver part or all of the Goods for shipment, then you shall instead pay a no-show fee (“No-show Fee”).

No show Fee applies.

3

Change of Destination (COD) Pre-gate in

You request to amend the final place of destination/delivery before a container is gated in at the port of origin.

Subject to repricing for ocean and inland.

Amendment Fee applies, only applicable for ocean leg change.

4

Change of Destination (COD) Post-gate in

You request to amend the destination/delivery after a container is gated in at the port of origin.

Subject to repricing.

COD Fee applies.

DIT follows COD on water process.

5

Change of Origin (COO)

You request change of origin to an origin available in Spot Booking platform.

Subject to repricing for ocean and inland.

Amendment Fee applies, only applicable for ocean leg change.

6

Change of Vessel (COV)

You request to change shipment to a different vessel/voyage than the one on the original booking confirmation.

Subject to repricing. 

Amendment Fee applies.

DIT follows COD on water process

7

Equipment size/type change

You request change to equipment size/type, irrespective whether this results in change of the total TEU in the booking.

Subject to repricing of the amended equipment,

and

Cancellation Fee for the equipment size/type removed from the booking applies if the change is provided seven (7) days or more prior to Estimated Time of Departure of the original first leg ocean going vessel.

OR

No Show Fee for the equipment size/type removed from the booking applies if the change is provided less than seven (7) days prior to Estimated Date of Departure of the original first leg ocean going vessel.

8

Equipment addition, resulting in total TEU in the booking increasing

You request to add same size/type equipment, which increases the booking total TEU

Subject to new price for the added equipment.

Corresponding Terms & Conditions from Schedule 1

Change item

Amendment Fee Application

Cancellation/No Show Fee Application

Reprice of ocean freight

1

Booking cancellation =/>7 days before ETD

N/A

Y (cancellation fee)

N/A

2

Booking cancellation <7 days before ETD

N/A

Y (no show fee)

N/A

3

Change POD (pre-gate in)

Y

N/A

Y

4

Change POD (post-gate in, COD Applied)

N/A

N/A

Y

5

Change POL

Y (only when ocean leg change)

N/A

Y

6

Change vessel voyage

Y

N/A

Y

7

Change EQU type 20' to 40'

N/A

Y

Y

7

Change EQU type 40GP to 40HC

N/A

Y

Y

7

Change EQU type 45HC to 40HC

N/A

Y

Y

7

Change EQU type 40' to 20'

N/A

Y Cancellation or No Show fee applies for 40’ removed from booking

Y

Additional

Change parties (e.g. consignee, notify party etc)

N/A

N/A

N/A

Additional

Change commodity name

N/A

N/A

N/A

Additional

Change HS code  

N/A

N/A

N/A

Additional

Change inland haulage or barge without changing mother vessel or feeder

N/A

N/A

N/A

Additional

Cancel origin SD haulage (if no change on the ocean leg)

N/A

N/A

N/A

Additional

Purchasing VAS (e.g. customs house brokerage and value protect etc) after receiving booking confirmation

N/A

N/A

N/A

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