FXF 100 Rules Tariff

Customs or Inbond Freight

 

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

Effective Date January 4, 2016


Item 480-1
Rule 
Customs or Inbond Freight

INBC SFWH
  1. Shipments subject to customs clearance:
    1. All shipments moving In bond for Canadian Customs Clearance, with the exception of those bonded at the discretion of FXFC will be subject to handling charges through in land sufferance warehouses of $3.83 per cwt and a Minimum Charge of $153.00 per shipment.
    2. All Shipments originated from the United States, destined to Canadaand moving in bond for Canadian Customs Clearance, with the exception of those bonded at the discretion of FXFC, will be subject to an additional charge contained herein for moving the shipment in bond. All charges will be invoiced to the Purchaser / Importer of Record.
    3. All shipments originating in Canada, entering the United Statesand traveling in bond within the United States (inclusive of those that will clear Customs in the United States as well as those that will exit the United States):
      1. will be assessed a charge of $5.02 per cwt subject to a Minimum Charge of $100.00 and a Maximum Charge of $466.00 per shipment or per trailer if more than one trailer is required to transport the shipment.
      2. The charges as listed in Paragraph C.1. of this item 480-1 will not be assessed against shipments cleared at the border.
      3. Such charges are in addition to all other applicable charges.
    4. On shipments subject to custom clearance at a point in the United Stateswhere the specified broker will not set up the IT paperwork on behalf of his client, FedEx Freight Canada will have FTN prepare the bond.
  2. Linehaul charges on shipments requiring Customs clearance at a point other than final destination will be assessed on the basis of rates and charges applicable from point of origin to the point of Customs clearance, plus the rates and charges applicable from the point of Customs clearance to the final destination. (See NOTE 1).
  3. Import freight moving In Bond may not be included in the same shipment on the same bill of lading for freight not moving In Bond.
  4. Shipments moving under United States customs Bond will not be accorded the privileges of stopping in transit or split pickup or split delivery.
  5. Each Transportation Entry and Manifest of Goods Subject to Customs Inspection and Permit-CBP Form # 7512 (regardless of Class of Entry) issued for movement of an In Bond shipment will be considered as a separate shipment, and must be accompanied by one bill of lading and shipping order. (See NOTE 2).
  6. Shipments tendered in a vehicle sealed by or at the instructions of the Consignor, or as required by competent authority, will be considered as fully loaded or loaded to capacity and subject to the provisions of the applicable Capacity Load Rule. On shipments cleared enroute by Customs, the movement beyond such clearance does not require a seal, normal rates and charges will apply to the beyond point.
  7. Shipments moving from the United States under a Tir Carnet issued by the originating Carrier are subject to a charge of $201.00 which will be in addition to all other applicable charges (including the In Bond or Customs clearance charges herein applicable), and will be collected from the party responsible for the linehaul charges.
  8. When the Carrier is required to pickup shipping documents or Customs release forms from a forwarder or broker for validation prior to pickup of a shipment, a charge of $80.00 per shipment, subject to a Maximum Charge of $385.00 for each pickup of such documents, will be assessed in addition to all other applicable charges (including the In Bond or Customs clearance charges herein applicable), and will be collected from the party responsible for the linehaul charges.
  9. Any detention or storage charges will be assessed against the party responsible for the linehaul charges. Such charges must be prepaid or guaranteed to the Carrier's satisfaction before the shipment is released. For the purpose of applying storage rules, notification to the local Customs office that the shipment is available for inspection will constitute tender of the shipment for delivery.
  10. When it is necessary for the Carrier to purchase and apply "High Security Red In-Bond Seals" for shipments moving under United States customs Bond, a charge of $94.00 per seal will be assessed in addition to all other applicable charges. Carrier will not be responsible for equipment or tolls necessary for removal of the High Security Red In-Bond Seal(s).
Note 1: The Consignor/Consignee’s line haul charges on shipments requiring Canada Customs Clearance destined to a point outside of the point of Canada Customs Clearance will be assessed from origin point to Canada Customs Clearance point, then to final destination. When the final destination point is within the Canada Clearance point, the applicable rates and charges will be those to the Canada Customs Clearance point or final destination, whichever is greater.
Note 2: Not applicable on volume or truckload shipments moving In Bond between steamship company piers or wharves or when such shipments are delivered to a U.S. Customs Bonded Warehouse.