"K" Line Security and Regulations
Container Seal Rules
Asia      Europe      South America

Asia to USA

TARIFF RULES LISTING
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KAWASAKI KISEN KAISHA, LTD. - TARIFF # 143
Date: 28APR2006
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TARIFF "K" LINE EASTBOUND TARIFF (ASIA TO US)
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002-80
55
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HIGH SECURITY SEALS
Filed on: 28APR2006
Effective: 01JUN2006
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RULE TEXT
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High Security Seals

  1. Shipper shall be responsible for supplying and affixing high security container seals on all Shipper-packed containers tendered for transportation to Carrier. Shipper shall be responsible to meet or exceed applicable international, national and industry standards for such seals, including standards for electronic or machine-readable seals, if applicable. Such standards shall include, but not be limited to, standards and requirements imposed by the ISO, including current PAS ISO 17712 standards for high-security seals, the statutes and regulations of the United States and other governments, and any requirements imposed by applicable port authorities.
  2. In the event Shipper tenders to Carrier a container that is not properly sealed as required by this rule, Carrier may, at its sole option :
    1. Reject the container, or
    2. Affix a seal to the container, or
    3. Take such other measures as Carrier deems proper and prudent under the circumstances.
    Shipper shall indemnify and defend the Carrier in respect to all costs, penalties and damages resulting from its tender of unsealed or improperly sealed containers.
  3. In the event Carrier elects to place a seal on Shipper's container, Carrier does not undertake to inspect or weigh the cargo and no representation or confirmation is made by the Carrier as to the weight, contents, measure, quantity, quality, description, condition, marks,
    numbers or value of the Goods. The Carrier shall be under no responsibility whatsoever in respect of such description or particulars furnished or made by or on behalf of the Shipper.
  4. In the event the Carrier elects to place a seal on a container, an administrative charge of $500 shall be added to the bill of lading, in addition to any actual costs, penalties and damages recovered pursuant to paragraph 2 hereof, and shall be paid on a collect basis
    at destination.
  5. Carrier's election to place a seal on a container shall be prima facie evidence that the container was received in an unsealed condition from the Shipper.
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Europe to USA

TARIFF RULES LISTING
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KAWASAKI KISEN KAISHA, LTD. - TARIFF # 138
Date: 28APR2006
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TARIFF "K" LINE WESTBOUND EUROPEAN FREIGHT TARIFF, FMC NO. 138
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APP
TITLE
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002-22
55
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HIGH SECURITY SEALS
Filed on: 28APR2006
Effective: 01JUN2006
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Expire:
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RULE TEXT
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High Security Seals

  1. Shipper shall be responsible for supplying and affixing high security container seals on all Shipper-packed containers tendered for transportation to Carrier. Shipper shall be responsible to meet or exceed applicable international, national and industry standards for such seals, including standards for electronic or machine-readable seals, if applicable. Such standards shall include, but not be limited to, standards and requirements imposed by the ISO, including current PAS ISO 17712 standards for high-security seals, the statutes and regulations of the United States and other governments, and any requirements imposed by applicable port authorities.
  2. In the event Shipper tenders to Carrier a container that is not properly sealed as required by this rule, Carrier may, at its sole option :
    1. Reject the container, or
    2. Affix a seal to the container, or
    3. Take such other measures as Carrier deems proper and prudent under the circumstances.
    Shipper shall indemnify and defend the Carrier in respect to all costs, penalties and damages resulting from its tender of unsealed or improperly sealed containers.
  3. In the event Carrier elects to place a seal on Shipper's container, Carrier does not undertake to inspect or weigh the cargo and no representation or confirmation is made by the Carrier as to the weight, contents, measure, quantity, quality, description, condition, marks,
    numbers or value of the Goods. The Carrier shall be under no responsibility whatsoever in respect of such description or particulars furnished or made by or on behalf of the Shipper.
  4. In the event the Carrier elects to place a seal on a container, an administrative charge of $500 shall be added to the bill of lading, in addition to any actual costs, penalties and damages recovered pursuant to paragraph 2 hereof, and shall be paid on a collect basis
    at destination.
  5. Carrier's election to place a seal on a container shall be prima facie evidence that the container was received in an unsealed condition from the Shipper.
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South America to USA

TARIFF RULES LISTING
Page: 1
KAWASAKI KISEN KAISHA, LTD. - TARIFF # 160
Date: 28APR2006
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TARIFF "K" LINE SOUTH AMERICA TARIFF (TO/FM US & SA)
RULE#
CYC#
APP
TITLE
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002-S
55
O
HIGH SECURITY SEALS
Filed on: 28APR2006
Effective: 01JUN2006
Thru:
Expire:
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RULE TEXT
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High Security Seals

  1. Shipper shall be responsible for supplying and affixing high security container seals on all Shipper-packed containers tendered for transportation to Carrier. Shipper shall be responsible to meet or exceed applicable international, national and industry standards for such seals, including standards for electronic or machine-readable seals, if applicable. Such standards shall include, but not be limited to, standards and requirements imposed by the ISO, including current PAS ISO 17712 standards for high-security seals, the statutes and regulations of the United States and other governments, and any requirements imposed by applicable port authorities.
  2. In the event Shipper tenders to Carrier a container that is not properly sealed as required by this rule, Carrier may, at its sole option :
    1. Reject the container, or
    2. Affix a seal to the container, or
    3. Take such other measures as Carrier deems proper and prudent under the circumstances.
    Shipper shall indemnify and defend the Carrier in respect to all costs, penalties and damages resulting from its tender of unsealed or improperly sealed containers.
  3. In the event Carrier elects to place a seal on Shipper's container, Carrier does not undertake to inspect or weigh the cargo and no representation or confirmation is made by the Carrier as to the weight, contents, measure, quantity, quality, description, condition, marks, numbers or value of the Goods. The Carrier shall be under no responsibility whatsoever in respect of such description or particulars furnished or made by or on behalf of the Shipper.
  4. In the event the Carrier elects to place a seal on a container, an administrative charge of $500 shall be added to the bill of lading, in addition to any actual costs, penalties and damages recovered pursuant to paragraph 2 hereof, and shall be paid on a collect basis at destination.
  5. Carrier's election to place a seal on a container shall be prima facie evidence that the container was received in an unsealed condition from the Shipper.
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