DELIVERING To Railroad Cars and/or Trucks
All grains (except soybeans and rice) 8 1/2 cents per bushelSoybeans and rice 9 3/4 cents per bushel
The facility is not responsible for weevil infested cargo loaded aboard a vessel, and the vessel is not the type and/or is unable to have the cargo treated with an approved fumigant.
Transfer In Store Grain transferred or sold in store (see Rule 34-090) 3 1/4 cents per bushel
RECEIVING From Railroad Cars and/or Trucks All grains (except soybeans and rice) 7 cents per bushelSoybeans and rice 8 1/4 cents per bushel
From Vessels/Barges (using pneumatic vaculator) 10 cents per bushel
All grains except canola and rice
Up to and including 45 days 1/3 cents per bushelOver 45 days 1 cents per bushelCanola and rice (all loss in weight born by owner) 1 1/3 cents per bushel
Special binning (quoted upon request as per Rule 34-090)
Storage is assessed on a daily basis.
Dockage charges on all vessels and barges except LASH barges will be computed on the basis of the highest gross tonnage (GT) as published in LLOYD'S REGISTER OF SHIPPING.
Dockage charges on LASH barges will be quoted upon request.
Dry Bulk Vessel $2.75 per GT per vessel call
Tankers, Tween-Deckers $3.20 per GT per vessel call
If the Authority requires vessels or barges to vacate a berth within the first 12 hours of a dockage period, the Authority will assess one-half of the above charges, as applicable, with a minimum charge of $1,500.00
LAY/IDLE GRAIN VESSELSVessels berthed at Colonel's Island Terminal berths or the berth at the Authority's Mayor's Point Terminal for the purpose of fitting up or waiting to load bulk grain or grain products only at the Colonel's Island Bulk Facility as their next cargo will be assessed the following dockage rates, while in lay/idle berth status:
Per 24 hour period or fraction thereof $4,375.00 (See Notes)
NOTE 1: Rate excludes line handling charges at all berths.
NOTE 2: Rate includes the applicable Terminal Security Surcharge Fee.
NOTE 3: Lay berths will be assigned by the Authority's Ships Operations after consulting with affected parties.
NOTE 4: Personnel access to facilities as covered in the Authority's MTO Schedule No. 5-A, Rule 34-097 will apply.
NOTE 5: If the vessel's GT is such that the applicable working dockage rate is less than the lay/idle dockage rates, the working dockage rate will apply.
The following rates apply on all vessels or barges (except Panamax class vessels*). Orders for line handling must be received at the respective terminal no later than 1400 hours (2:00 PM) on the first working day prior to vessel arrival.
*When providing line handling services for Panamax class vessels, the Authority will assess an additional $310.00 for each service listed above.
Detention will be assessed after the first two (2) hours. Detention is assessed in increments of one-half (1/2) hour or fractional part thereof. Rates are as follows:
Hours of Operation for line handling are as follows:
Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM(except holidays as specified in Rule 34-035)
Unless otherwise specified herein, overtime work will be performed at the discretion of the Facility Management. The facility management reserves the right to determine the necessity of working overtime to promote maximum efficiency of the Authority's agricultural commodity handling facilities. Upon request of Facility Management, vessels will work unlimited overtime at their own expense. Any vessel refusing to work overtime, shall vacate the berth and go to the bottom of the list of vessels awaiting berth. If the Elevator is required to work past 1600 hours on weekdays, Facility Management will be notified not later than 1400 hours of the same day. If the Elevator is required to work on Saturday, and/or Sunday, or holidays, Facility Management will be notified not later than 1400 hours of the regular work day preceding the weekend or holiday. Overtime charges will be assessed against the party requesting overtime work.
BASIS FOR OVERTIME HOURS AND CHARGES:
Rail or Truck Loading/Unloading
Overtime ordered as a continuation of a scheduled shift will be charged at actual hours worked in one-quarter (1/4) hour increments. Overtime ordered as a call-out will be charged at a minimum of four (4) hours and thereafter at actual hours worked in one-quarter (1/4) hour increments.
Unless otherwise provided herein, charges for standby labor will be assessed a minimum of two (2) hours against the party requesting services or causing delays, and will be charged to delays, including the shortage of railcars, trucks, vessel arrivals, trimming, loss of productivity during any operation, or any other delay not attributable to the Colonel's Island Bulk Facility.
Straight Time and Overtime $1,100.00 per hour
The Authority will assess a terminal security surcharge to offset the cost of federally mandated facility security measures. The surcharge, which will be invoiced to the vessel and/or its agent, will be assessed as provided below:
All vessels and barges $3.25 per linear foot overall per call
Malathion treating 5 1/2 cents per bushelTreating of insect infestation in facility 10 cents per bushelMixing or turning (all weight loss to be borne by owner) 4 1/2 cents per bushelCleaning 10 cents per bushel
A shrinkage factor of 1/4 of 1% will be applied against all agricultural commodities being cleaned. In all instances, actual losses in weight will be charged against the owner of the commodity.
Commodities which arrive at the facility infested will be unloaded only in specific circumstances and with prior approval of facility management. It will be the responsibility of the shipper to fumigate such cargo at shippers expense. Any and all associated or allied expenses shall also be for the account of the shipper.
Dozer Trimming Quoted upon request
Additional Trimming Quoted upon request
The Authority will also assess a rate of $62.00 per man-hour for required maintenance personnel.
The facility will provide weighing services at the following rates:
TRUCKS - $22.00 eachRAILCARS - $56.50 each