SANMEP - Covering the port of Cabedelo

Agency fees covering the port of Cabedelo, effective 1 June 1990, as issued by CNNT (Centro Nacional de Navegação Transatlantica) and adopted by SANMEP (Sindicato das Agências de Navegação Marítima do Estado de Paraiba).

1. Discharging USD
a) Solid bulk cargoes (wheat, fertiliser, sulphur, general cargo, etc.)
Up to 5,000 tons 2,050.00
From 5,001 to 7,000 tons 2,450.00
From 7,001 to 10,000 tons 2,850.00
From 10,001 to 15,000 tons 3,460.00
From 15,001 tons upwards 3,850.00
b) Liquid bulk cargoes (gasoline, chemicals, tallow, etc.)
Up to 5,000 tons 2,050.00
From 5,001 to 7,000 tons 2,450.00
From 7,001 to 10,000 tons 2,850.00
From 10,001 to 15,000 tons 3,450.00
From 15,001 to 20,000 tons 3,840.00
From 20,001 tons upwards 4,260.00
c) General cargo (non-liner)
Up to 3,000 tons 2,050.00
From 3,001 to 5,000 tons 2,450.00
From 5,001 to 8,000 tons 2,850.00
From 8,001 tons upwards 3,450.00
2. Loading
a) Molasses, on the existing terminal and "calhas"
Up to 4,000 tons 2,050.00
From 4,001 to 10,000 tons 2,850.00
From 10,001 to 15,000 tons 3,460.00
From 15,001 to 19,000 tons 3,850.00
From 19,001 tons upwards 4,260.00
b) Sugar in bags
Up to 3,000 tons 2,050.00
From 3,001 to 6,000 tons 2,450.00
From 6,001 to 10,000 tons 2,850.00
From 10,001 to 15,000 tons 3,460.00
From 15,001 to 18,000 tons 3,850.00
From 18,001 to 21,000 tons 4,260.00
From 21,001 tons upwards (for each additional 1,000) 220.00
c) Cement in bags and general cargo
Up to 1,000 tons 2,050.00
From 1,001 to 3,000 tons 2,450.00
From 3,001 to 5,000 tons 2,850.00
From 5,001 to 10,000 tons 3,450.00
From 10,001 tons upwards 3,850.00
d) Sugar in bulk and cereals in bulk on the existing terminal
Up to 7,000 tons 2,050.00
From 7,001 to 10,000 tons 2,450.00
From 10,001 to 15,000 tons 2,850.00
From 15,001 to 18,000 tons 3,460.00
From 18,001 to 20,000 tons 3,840.00
From 20,001 tons upwards (for each additional 1,000) 220.00
3. Full agents
When charterers' and owners' interests are combined with one and the same agent and loading/discharging, an additional fee of 50% on items 1and 2.
4. Distress calls
(if more than one service is rendered, only the highest rate will apply)
a) To leave sick crew member for hospitalisation and/or corpses for embalming 2,050.00
b) To repair in engine room and/or other part outside the port 4,070.00
c) To repair in engine room and/or other part inside the harbour 3,250.00
d) To bunker, provisions and water 1,700.00
e) Due to collision with other ship at sea 3,660.00
f) Due to fire on cargo, engine and/or other part of vessel 4,070.00
g) Due to problems with crew on board 3,250.00
h) Off-shore rigs, dredgers and other floating equipment 3,010.00
5. On-hire/off-hire
a) Outside the port 2,850.00
b) Inside the port 2,050.00
6. Fishing boats
a) For provisions, water and bunkers 2,050.00
b) For repairs to engine, refrigerating plant, etc. 2,450.00
c) To land sick crew member for hospitalisation 2,450.00
d) Call due to crew problems aboard 2,850.00
7. Passenger ships
a) When remaining in port up to 24 hours without landing or embarking passengers 2,450.00
b) When remaining in port more than 24 hours without landing or embarking passengers 2,850.00
c) When remaining in port up to 24 hours 3,080.00
d) When remaining in port more than 24 hours landing/embarking up to 20 passengers 3,210.00
8. Protecting agency
a) Charterers' business (when vessel consigned to owners' agents) 1,120.00
9. Owners' protecting agency
a) Husbandry 2,200.00
b) Advisory capacity 1,230.00
c) Additional port 1,230.00
10. Legal action
In addition to agency fees and commissions charged for attendance of vessel itself, the following charges will apply:
a) Noting of protest in court open
b) General average open
c) Pollution of part waters (when successful cancelling fine when services are rendered even after ship's sailing open
d) Lien on cargo open
e) Official survey of damaged cargo discharged by vessel open
f) Assisting crewmembers under arrest or accused of criminal acts open
11. Various
Irrespective of the agency fees charged to the vessel, the following charges will apply:
a) Handling deserters, stowaways, hospitalised crewmembers who are unable to join the vessel on sailing, repatriation of crew member, embarking crew-member from abroad, embarking local crewmen, for each crewmember 160.00
b) Assisting in harbour master's and/or federal police inquest 410.00
c) Handling spare parts to/from vessels, per each airway bill 130.00
d) Handling cargo claims by customs open
e) Handling cargo claims by receivers open
12. All the listed rates, charged on items 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7 and 9 are valid only for the vessels staying up to 10 days in port. Exceeding this period, vessels will be charged daily.
13. These rates will apply to Recife (also Suape), Maceio (also Salgema terminal), Natal and Cabedelo ports.
14. All the rates exclude financing of disbursements, which according to the Brazilian exchange regulations have to be made in totum before vessel's sailing in order to obtain vessel's clearance.
15. Any disbursements in local currency not financed in advance by principals (owners, time charterers or charterers) will be subject to daily monetary indexation under same percentual rates as applied by the banks to overnight loans to the government or private commercial monies against government bonds, as well as a commission on advances of 6.5% per month, or fraction thereof, until date of final settlement is received by agents.
16. All funds for disbursements to be obligatorily advanced by principals prior vessel's entry in port as per legislation and central bank rules.
17. Exchange for purpose of establishing disbursements proformas and final disbursements to be at the rate prevailing at date of vessel's arrival in port.
18. Letters of guarantee, deposits in escrow, applications for services and use of facilities, equipment, etc. on behalf of vessel when undertaken by agents, under their responsibility, and when not already covered in cash by principals, are considered as actual disbursements for accounting purposes.

 

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