FXF 100 Rules Tariff

Bills of Lading, Freight Bills and Statement of Charges

US Section 1
US/Canada Section 2A
Intra Canada Section 2B
US/Mexico Section 3

Effective Date January 4, 2016


Item 360-1
Rule 
Bills of Lading, Freight Bills and Statement of Charges

 
When Payor of freight or other lawful charges requires or requests, as a prerequisite to payment: (See NOTES 2 and 3).
  1. The return of any part of bill of lading sets or copies thereof, other than one
    Shipper-furnished copy (See NOTE A), a charge of $3.91 for each such document or copy will be made; OR
  2. More than one original freight bill and one duplicate thereof, exclusive of Consignee's
    memo copy, per shipment; or more than one original and one copy of the Carrier's statement of transportation charges: OR
  3. The preparation by the Carrier of any forms requiring itemization, listing or description of
    single or multiple freight bills, or submittal with freight bills or statements of charges, a charge of $0.77 per line of itemization, listing or description (or portion thereof) subject to a minimum charge of $3.91 per page, per copy, will be made; OR
  4. Any forms or copies of forms, other than those described in Paragraphs 1 or 2 above, to be
    submitted with freight bills or statements of charges, a charge of $3.91 for each such form or copy will be made; OR
  5. That information not shown on the shipping order at time of shipments be shown on
    freight bills or statements of charges, a charge of $3.91 per shipment will be made; OR
  6. That proof of delivery be furnished in any form, a charge of $3.91 for each such document
    or copy will be made.
Note 1: When as a prerequisite to payment, the Shipper-furnished copy of bill of lading is to be
returned, it must be clearly and prominently marked by the Shipper with specific instructions directing its return with freight bill.
Note 2: The charges set forth in this item will not apply to:
  1. Bank Payment Plans when documentation is limited to:
    1. Deposit ticket(s) supplied by the bank;
    2. Supporting freight bills not in excess of the number set forth in Part (2) above.
    3. The return of a copy of the bill of lading furnished by Shipper.
  2. Sight Draft Plans when documentation is limited to:
    1. Sight drafts which do not require the Carrier to provide information pertaining to the rating of the shipment(s) on the sight draft;
    2. Supporting freight bill(s) and statement(s) of charges not in excess of number set forth in Part (2) above.
    3. The return of a copy of the bill of lading furnished by Shipper.
Note 3: The provisions set forth in this item will not apply to shipments moving on United States
Government bills of lading.