Mumbai & Nhava-Sheva Ship-Agent's Association

 

Agency fees recommended by the Mumbai & Nhava-Sheva Ship-Agent's Association for rendering services to vessels calling the ports of Mumbai and Jawaharlal Nehru effective 24 January 2005, amended 1 April 2007 (Section III - Documentation and Other Charges).

 

Fees for Services to Vessels
I. Tramp Vessels with Bulk/ Break bulk and Liquid Bulk Cargo USD
A Vessels calling at Mumbai Port or JN Port, but not discharging or loading cargo / Owner’s agents when vessel consigned to charterers agents
1. Terms to be mutually agreed subject to a minimum agency fee of 1,200
2. Additional agency fee for vessel stay beyond two weeks, per week of part thereof 300
B Vessels Discharging or loading liquid cargo in bulk for vessels consigned to Owners’ or Charterers’ agents
1. Vessels berthing at BPCL, LB1, LB2, Mumbai Commercial Docks, Butcher Island [Jawahar Island] , Pir Pau Oil Terminals and /or stream for discharging or loading full or part cargo through Pipeline or Tank lorries or Barges with one consignee or one shipper 1,800
2. Vessels berthing at BPCL, LB1, LB2, Mumbai Commercial Docks, Butcher Island [Jawahar Island] , Pir Pau Oil Terminals and /or stream for discharging or loading full or part cargo through Pipeline or Tank lorries or Barges with more than one consignee or Shipper, per additional Consignee or Shipper 75
Subject to Maximum Agency Fee of 750
3. Vessels discharging or loading at Mumbai Commercial Docks and/or stream and also at Butcher Island [Jawahar Island] , Pir Pau Oil Terminals during the same call. 2,400
[Subject to additional Agency Fees as per [2] above if more than one shipper or one consignee involved. Calls at Mumbai Port and JN Port will be treated as two separate calls]
4. In case Owners appoint a separate Protecting Agent, Agency Fees for Charterer’s Agent will be reduced by 25%. Owner’s Protecting Agency Fee will be as per I [A] above.
C Tramp Vessels discharging or loading break-bulk cargo on Liner Terms
[i] Agency Fees for discharge 1.5% of gross freight
[ii] Agency Fees for loading 3% of gross freight
D Vessels discharging or loading bulk dry cargo on FIO / FIOS / FIOT Terms under a Charter Party / Fixture Note / Booking Note
Agency Fees for Owners Agents where vessel also consigned to same Agent for Entry with Port and Customs
1. Total cargo handled is up to 10,000 metric tones 2,000
Total cargo handled is over 10,000 and up to 20,000 metric tones 2,400
Total cargo handled is over 20,000 metric tones 2,800
2. Agency Fees for Charterers Agents where vessel consigned to such Agent for Entry with Port and Customs and a separate Agent appointed to attend to Owners requirements.
[i] Total cargo handled is up to 10,000 metric tones 1,500
[ii] Total cargo handled is over 10,000 and up to 20,000 metric tones 1,800
[iii] Total cargo handled is over 20,000 metric tones 2,200
3 Agency Fees for Protecting Agents appointed by Charterers / Receivers [ All Inclusive Fees ] 1,000
E Recoveries
If any recovery including but not limited to demurrage, balance freight, charter hire etc. are to be collected, Ship Agents to be paid Service Fees as mutually agreed in addition to Travel, Communication and other Incidental Expenses which will be reimbursed at actuals.
F Fees for attending to Crew members
The Agency Fees below will apply in addition to the scale of fees enumerated above under I [A] and [B].
1. Agency fees for attending to foreign or local crew members joining or leaving vessels including transportation, porterage, Immigration and customs formalities and incidentals but excluding consular fees, launch hire, customs overtime, customs escort.
Mumbai Port, per crew member 75
JN Port, per crew member 100
2. Agency Fees for organizing/ arranging crew selection, per crew member 125
3. Consular fees, launch hire, Customs overtime, Customs escort. At Actuals
4. Fees for arranging Dock Pass for Indian crew, per pass 3
Fees for arranging Dock Pass for Foreign crew, per pass 15
G Transport/ Communications
For vessels working alongside / in stream from 4 to 10 days 500
For vessels working alongside / in stream beyond 10 days, per day or part thereof 75
H Others
1. Processing/ documentation of claims if any received from
consignees [ per bill of lading receivable from consignee]
INR 1,000
2. Miscellaneous medical expenses, transportation, Master’s requirements At Actuals
II Vessels on Liner Service Breakbulk and/or Containers USD
A General Agency Fees
1. Agency Fees on Export cargo 5% on total freight
2. Agency Fees on Import cargo 2.5% on total freight
3. Vessel Husbanding Fees [ for vessels handling less than 1,500 TEU’s] 600
4. Vessel Husbanding Fees [ for vessels handling more than 1,500 TEU’s] 1,200
5. Vessel Husbanding fees [ for Consortium partner vessels ] 600
B Container Fees
1. Equipment monitoring/ reporting, per TEU per day 1.50
2. Communications/ Courier/ Conveyance etc, per container 10
3. Handling of transhipment containers, per container 10
4. Handling of export and import containers stuffed / destuffed
at Line’s responsibility, per container
10
5. Fees on Container Detention Charges 10% of collections
C Feeder Services
1. Agency Fees on export containers, per TEU 10
2. Agency Fees on import containers, per TEU 5
3. Vessel Husbanding Fees [for vessels handling less than 1000 TEU’s] 900
4. Vessel Husbanding Fees [for vessels handling more than 1000 TEU’s] 1,200
5. Communications/ Courier/ Conveyance etc., per container 2
III. Documentation and Other Charges
Effective 1 April 2007
INR
A Export Transactions
[Note : Bills of Lading forms are to be supplied free of cost ]
1. a) Per Bill of Lading/ Seaway Bill per set of 3 Originals and 9 Non Negotiable copies for Bulk / Break Bulk / Tramp vessels. 1,000
b) Per Bill of Lading/ Seaway Bill per set of 3 Originals and 9 Non Negotiable copies for Container vessels. 600
c) For Express release of Bill of Lading / Seaway Bill within 2 hours of submission of Corrected Draft Bill of Lading for Container vessels. 1,000
d) Bill of Lading / Seaway Bill will be released 2 working days after submission of the final draft Bill of Lading (incorporating all corrections) by shippers. In the event of delays due to Ship Agents beyond this period the documentation Fees will not apply.  
2. For each additional set of 3 Non Negotiable copies 100
3. Amendments to Bills of Lading/ Seaway Bills, after issuance, at shipper request. Per instance of amendments.If any amendments are required to the Bill of Lading due to the error of Ship Agents, the amendment charges will not apply. 500
[Note on Item A3: If shipper requests 3 amendments, the charge would be INR 500 in total. If shipper requests another amendment after issuance of amended document, the charge would again apply. The charge will not apply in case of amendments required due to errors in documentation by the Ship Agent]
4 a) For re-issuance of Bills of Lading / Seaway Bills at shipper request requiring cancellation of documents issued and re-issuance with fresh Bill of Lading / Seaway Bill – per document for Container vessels. 1,250
b) For re-issuance of Bills of Lading / Seaway Bills at shipper request requiring cancellation of documents issued and re-issuance with fresh Bill of Lading/ Seaway Bill – per document for Bulk / Break Bulk / Tramp vessels. 2,000
5. For release of cargo at destination on surrender of Bills of Lading at Origin, per document 500
6. For release of cargo at destination on surrender of Seawaybills at Origin or without presentation of Seawaybills at origin or destination, per document 500
7. For delayed release of Bills of Lading / Seawaybills – per document. Free Time 3 working days after vessel departure, thereafter per calendar week or part thereof 3,000
8. Cheques returned unpaid – per cheque 5,000
9. Change of Discharge Port/ Final Destination – per document
Prior shipment arrival at Port of Discharge 1,000
After arrival at Port of Discharge 2,000
[ Note : Charges to apply in addition to actual costs, if any, incurred on board the vessel or at the Port of Discharge/ Final Destination. The charge will not apply in case of amendments required due to errors in documentation by the Ship Agent]
10. Hazardous Cargo Documentation – per container 1,000
11. Hazardous Cargo Documentation [ Break-bulk] – per document 1,000
12. Documentation of Advance Cargo Declaration to United States, Canada and other destinations if and when required- per ACD/ House B/L 50
13. Co-ordination of Bill of Lading/ Seawaybill release at third
countries – per document
1,000
14. Co-ordination of freight/ thc/ inland haulage and other ancillary
payments at Indian locations other than the place of issuance of Bills of Lading/ Seawaybills – per document
300
15. Co-ordination of out-of-gauge/ Over Dimensional Cargo/ Refrigerated Cargo - in containers per container – Break Bulk per Bill of Lading/ Seaway Bill 1,000
B Import Transactions
1. Delivery Order documentation – per delivery order
Up to 5 containers per delivery order 2,000
6 to 10 containers per delivery order 2,500
      11 to 15 containers per delivery order 3,000
Over 15 containers per delivery order 3,500
2. LCL cargo in containers – per delivery order 850
3. Break-bulk cargo – per delivery order 1,500
4. Late receipt of House bill of lading details, where Line
agent is required by consolidator/forwarder to file filing house bill of lading details in IGM – per house bill of lading
500
[ Note : House bill of lading details are required not later than 2 days in advance of IGM filing ]
5. Stamp Duty Franking Charges – per delivery order 50
6. Facilitation/ Processing fee[ container cargo] – per delivery order 400
7. Facilitation/ Processing fee [ break-bulk/ bulk] – per delivery order 500
C Amendments to IGM
1. Customs, Port, CFS charges At actuals
2. Service charges for amendments – per bill of lading
[ Charges not to apply in case of amendments required due to errors in documentation at port of origin or by ship agent at port of destination ]
2,500
3. Communication/ documentation fee for release of cargo against Bank Guarantee/ Corporate Guarantee in absence of original document - per bill of lading 1,000
4. Container cleaning charges for normal wash/ clean. 450/20
      Any additional services provided will be recovered at actuals. 900/40
      [Normal wash/clean generally applicable on general cargo, wastepaper, newsprint, LDPE and HDPE, personal effects. Additional Services include Heavy wash with detergents generally applicable on chemicals, metal scrap shredded and unshredded. Heavy wash with steam generally applicable on naphthalene]  
  D. Imports  
    1. Issuance of No Objection Letter for Customs Examination / Assessment. 500
    2. Import Container Bond Collection (Factory Destuffing) if the same is not cancelled within a period of 3 weeks from the Date of Delivery Order. 1,500/ Bond for Contr.

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