INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES Tariff 3 www.cpr.ca Revision 2014.6 Issued October 15, 2014 by Spec, Accessorial & Risk Canadian Pacific 7550 Ogdendale Road SE Calgary, AB T2C 4X9 Effective November 15, 2014 Expires December 31, 2014 This document is updated regularly. For the most recent version and to subscribe to notifications of updates to this and other tariffs, please visit www.cpr.ca Changes can be identified by these icons Wording change Price decrease Price increase New item added Tariff 3 – Intermodal Supplemental Services Canadian Pacific is constantly working to improve the consistency and reliability of our rail service including the efficient movement of freight between Intermodal terminals and customer facilities. While you may choose to use the supplemental services outlined in this document, we encourage you to follow the steps in Tariff 1, around CP’s Guide to Products and Services, to avoid any extra costs. 2 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES Contents 4 Shipping documentation 14 Cannot continue in transit due to customs hold Units abandoned or seized by customs Harbour Switch Fee Changes and corrections Requests for documentation 5 Safety Ensuring the safety of your shipment 6 7 Extended asset use: Using railway containers or space in CP’s terminal: detention and storage 12 Miscellaneous Government imposed fees Other special services 16 Payments and disputes Services related to payments Non-payment consequences Services on the road Special services related to pick-up and delivery Local pick-up and delivery zones Diversions 9 15 Services at your door Supplemental driver time and labour Customs 17 Guide to combinations Supplemental driver time and labour 18 Rules and regulations Details on liability and applicability of terms Services at our terminals Terminal services Temperature controlled shipment services 13 Equipment services Penalties for misuse 3 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES Other important tariffs CP’s Guide to Products & Services - Tariff 1 Hazardous commodities - Tariff 8 Environmental surcharges - Tariff 9800 Fuel surcharges - Tariff 9900 Intermodal Safety Standards - Appendix Shipping documentation $35.00 Changes & corrections per container no charge if done through Customer Station We understand that plans change and sometimes corrections or amendments to the original shipping instructions are required. If you need to change the instructions after your shipment has entered CP’s terminal at origin, this fee may apply. Please log into Customer Station at https://www8.cpr.ca/cpcustomerstation and click on Intermodal tools or contact your customer service representative or the COG at [email protected] to make the changes. Changes impacting the physical handling of the container will be assessed a diversion fee, item 40. $105.00 Incomplete, inaccurate, or erroneous instructions per container assessed to the billable party If the information on the paper BOL or electronic transmission is unclear or insufficient to complete the required shipping Instructions, this fee applies. $35.00 Manual transactions per container assessed to the billable party When CP receives shipping instructions requiring manual intervention to process, such as a paper or fax Bill of Lading, this processing fee applies. Requests must be sent by fax to Customer Service at 1-800-704-3000 in Canada or 1-888-765-7245 in the US. $60.00 Non-Electronic Payment and Invoicing per transaction assessed to the party requesting the services CP supports electronic invoicing and payment, and our preferred method is through the Manage Invoices tool. When CP receives payment by cheque, wire, or with non-electronic payment details, this fee will apply. There is no fee for payment details received through CP’s Manage Invoices tool, or EDI. If CP issues paper invoices this processing fee will also apply. There is no fee for invoices retrieved through the Manage Invoices tool, e-mail, or EDI. 4 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES Item 1 Item 2 Item 3 Item 4 Safety Item 20 Ensuring the safety of your shipment Canadian Pacific strives to be the safest railroad in North America. Shippers and consignees are responsible for the safe loading and unloading of equipment. Before shipping, please review Tariff 1 CP’s Guide to Products and Services, page 15, and the tables in the Intermodal Safety Standards Appendix. While it is your responsibility to ensure that your shipment is properly loaded, our damage prevention team is available to help. You can contact them at 1-877-277-3732. CP reserves the right to inspect shipments to ensure safety. $3000.00 Unsafe or improperly loaded hazardous commodities or residue $10,000.00 per container assessed to the billable party This charge is for the management and coordination of the existing and, or, emergent problem, and it applies in addition to other applicable charges. Some examples of an unsafe or improperly loaded container where this penalty would apply: A unit that has been overloaded, has shifted, is imbalanced, or is not properly secured. A unit spilling, or leaking. A unit containing hazardous material or residue identified moving on CP for which proper shipping instructions and documentation was not provided. Costs + 25% Adjustment minimum $500.00 per shipment Where CP is coordinating or providing more than a simple task relating to equipment or a shipment, this charge applies in addition to other applicable charges. A few situations where this charge would apply: Readjusting, transferring, securing, re-packing, or reducing a shipment. Special handling requirements for shipments that could not continue moving. Repairing or cleaning equipment, or clean-up of leaked/spilled materials. Furnishing labour and/or materials for an adjustment related to a shipment. minimum $1000.00 for hazardous commodities or residue assessed to the billable party Item 21 Item 22 $100.00 min Blocking and bracing additional materials: $6.00 - 2”x4”x8’ $22.00 - 4’x8’ OSB $11.00 - Socket Shippers must provide and apply their own blocking and bracing material compliant with Wood Packaging Material regulation ISPM No. 15. Customers are encouraged to source their own blocking and bracing materials. When CP is asked to provide blocking and bracing materials, a minimum charge of $100.00 applies, which includes the following standard package: 4 units of: 2” x 4” x 8’ 4 units of: wood beam sockets 2 units of: 4’ x 8’ OSB sheet assessed to the billable party 5 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES Item 23 Services at your door Supplemental driver time & labour $15.00 Driver wait per 15 minute period or part thereof, per container assessed to the billable party When a CP driver is required to wait at a facility longer than two hours from the time of arrival at/or just outside the facility. Driver wait time starts when the driver arrives at your facility awaiting entry and ends when the driver receives signature confirmation and is instructed to depart with the sealed (if loaded or partly loaded) container. It is the shipper/consignee’s responsibility to ensure that signature release has been completed. Reasons for waiting may include but are not limited to: Waiting for a dock, gate, paperwork, or entry to the facility. Waiting for loading, unloading, acceptance, release, etc. $31.00 Helpers (Swampers, Lumpers) per hour (or part thereof) per “helper” Minimum 4 hours per helper assessed to the billable party Plus other applicable fees such as driver wait time or other accessorial charges. Upon written request, CP can arrange labour or “helper” assistance through a third party (“helper agency”). CP must pre-approve any assistance through prior to dispatch from the CP facility. CP will not be held responsible for any failure of the “helper” or “helper agency” $200.00 Driver layover per driver assessed to the billable party When a driver is required to layover or stay overnight at a facility or in the area while the unit is loaded or unloaded. 6 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES Item 30 Item 31 Item 32 Services on the road Special services related to pick-up and delivery $125.00 Extra deliveries Item 35 to process an extra delivery or a re-delivery, within local city limits, per container, in domestic railway supplied service, plus fuel cost adjustment in Tariff 9900 assessed to the billable party This fee applies for an additional pick-up and/or delivery and orders that are cancelled after the unit is delivered to the customer within the same city. Pick-ups and deliveries (P&D) outside local limits will be charged at the highway rate and must be on a live (un)load basis. Up to three local deliveries may be requested. See the table on the right for extra and re-delivery pricing for highway Highway Rates for Extra Deliveries and Re-deliveries. Re-deliveries Item 36 This fee applies for re-delivery (pick-up and/or delivery) within the same city. As example, when the delivery included in your quote was attempted but could not be accomplished, or something similar, a redelivery would be required. Pick-ups and deliveries outside local limits will be charged at the highway rate and must be on a live (un)load basis. These rates apply for any extra deliveries in customer supplied containers and EMP containers in Rez1 service. Highway Minimum Highway <100 Miles Highway >100 Miles Montreal $200.00 $5.95 $4.30 Toronto $250.00 $6.75 $4.75 Winnipeg $125.00 $5.60 $4.50 Regina $200.00 $7.00 $3.15 Saskatoon $200.00 $6.75 $3.25 Edmonton $450.00 $8.77 $4.75 Calgary $475.00 $5.95 $4.50 Vancouver $275.00 $4.30 $4.00 City $50.00 + Costs Recovery of tickets, tolls, towing, & other fees assessed to the billable party When CP receives an invoice, fee, ticket, toll, invoice from toll operator (such as the 407 ETR) or any other charge generally attributable to the actions or inactions of the customer, the full cost plus an administrative processing fee will be passed on to the customer. CP prefers and recommends that all customers using any CP equipment avoid using highway 407. $25.00 Tandem or tridem chassis use per day or part thereof, per unit of equipment $0.13 per mile / $0.08 per km over 200 miles/322 km assessed to the billable party CP may, at our sole discretion, agree to supply a chassis. The fees apply from the first 2359 after outgate to ingate events, or if the chassis travels over 200 miles/322km while out of the terminal. $600.00 Quad axle chassis use per day or part thereof, per unit of equipment assessed to the billable party Our Lachine terminal may, at CP’s sole discretion, supply a quad axle chassis. These fees apply from the time the chassis leaves the terminal, until it is returned. $315.00 Diversion per container When you need to change the way we physically handle your shipment to destination while it is on CP, it is called a diversion. CP will only accept diversion requests received in writing by fax or electronically from the party paying the freight charges or their agents. The diversion charge does not include incremental freight charges or any other charges that may accrue as a result of the diversion. Diversion charges will only apply if the diversion is completed. CP reserves the right to decline any diversion request. To request a diversion, please contact your customer service representative. Item 37 Item 38 Item 39 Item 40 7 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES Local pick-up and delivery zones Zone Municipalities Considered Local Montreal Anjou, Baie D’Urfe, Beaconsfield, Beloeil, Boucherville, Brossard, Candiac, Carignan, Caughnawaga (Kahnawake), Chambly, Charlemagne, Chateauguay, Cote Ste Catherine, Cote St. Luc, Delson, Dollard Des Ormeaux, Dorval, Greenfield Park, Hampstead, Kirkland, Lachine, Lafleche, La Prairie, La Salle, Laval, Lery, Longueuil, Mcmasterville, Mercier, Montreal, Montreal Est (East), Montreal Nord (North), Montreal Ouest (West), Mont St. Hilaire, Mount Royal (Town Of Mount Royal), Notre Dame Du Sacre Coeur, Otterburn Park, Outremont, Pierrefonds, Pointe Aux Trembles, Pointe Claire, Preville, Repentigny, Riviere Des Prairies, Roxboro, Ste Anne De Bellevue, St. Basile Le Grand, St. Bruno De Montarville, St. Constant, Ste Genevieve, St. Hilaire, St. Hubert, St. Jean De Dieu, Ste Julie De Vercheres, St. Lambert, St. Laurent, St. Leonard De Port Maurice, St. Michel, Senneville, Verdun, Ville D’Anjou, Ville De Jacques Cartier, Ville De La Gardeur, Ville Lemoyne, Ville St. Pierre, Westmount Toronto Winnipeg Regina Saskatoon Edmonton Calgary Vancouver Agincourt, Ajax, Bolton, Brampton, Concord, Danforth, Don, Don Mills, Downsview, East York, Emery, Etobicoke, Forest Hill, Highland Creek, Islington, Leaside, Markham, Milliken, Milton, Mimico, Mississauga, Mount Dennis, New Toronto, North York, Oakville, Oriole, Parkdale, Pickering, Port Union, Rexdale, Richmond Hill, Scarborough, St. Clair Avenue, Swansea, Toronto, Vaughan, West Hill, West Toronto, Weston, Willowdale, Woodbridge, York, York Mills Assiniboia, Blumenort, Brooklands, Charleswood, College Spur, East Kildonan, East St. Paul, East Winnipeg, Elmwood, Fort Garry, Fort Whyte, Inkster, Kirkfield Park, North Transcona, Norwood, Oak Bluff, Paddington, St. Boniface, St. Charles, St. James, St. James-Assiniboia, St. Vital, Transcona, Tuxedo, Union Stock Yards, West Kildonan, Weston, West St. Paul, Winnipeg Regina Duvco, Saskatoon, Warman Beamer, Beverley, Clover Bar, East Edmonton, Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan, Griesbach Barracks, Jasper Place, Lambton Park, Lancaster Park, Namao Airport, Nisku Industrial Area, St. Albert, Scotford, Sherwood Park, Spruce Grove, South Edmonton, Stony Plain, Strathcona, Weiss, Winterburn Airdrie, Bengal, Bowness, Calgary, Camp Sarcee, Forest Lawn, Highfield, Hubalta, Midnapore, Montgomery, Ogden, Turner Abbotsford, Anmore, Annacis Island, Belcarra, Burnaby, City Of North Vancouver, Cloverdale, Coquitlam, Crescent Beach, Deep Cove, Delta, District Of North Vancouver, Dollarton, Fort Langley, Haney, Horseshoe Bay, Ioco, Ladner, Langley, Langley City, Maillardville, Maple Ridge, Marpole, New Westminster, Pitt Meadows, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Richmond, Sea Island, Stevenson, Surrey, Tree Island, Tsawwassen, Vancouver, West Vancouver, Whalley, White Rock, Yarrow Overages and Damages Handling Item 41 When CP is required to remove overage or damage product to an offsite location, a fee for the handling, storage and/ or disposal at the offsite location will apply. These fees are in addition to any extra delivery charge that may apply. It will be the responsibility of the customer to provide disposal instructions or to arrange for pickup from the offsite location. Service Type Chargeable Fee Handling $24.00 per pallet Storage $1.50 per pallet per day Disposal $37.00 per pallet 8 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES Extended asset use Item 50 Using railway containers or space in CP’s terminal: detention and storage CP’s assets, including our terminals and our containers, must be used efficiently. Using a CP container for longer than the time included in your quote, or using CP terminals or facilities to store your container are not an efficient use of railway assets. When it is unavoidable that a CP container must be used for extended periods, or a privately owned container be stored at our facilities, we will do so for a fee. Any container held at customer request, at origin or en route, or any container that is not able to move, has no free time. Disputes concerning asset use must be presented in writing to CP within the current month of the service summary or within the credit terms of the invoice issued. Detention on CP Supplied Equipment Item 51 (applies to time in and out of the terminal) A number of days called “credits” are allocated to load and unload intermodal units. Asset use days called “debits” are incurred while the unit is held for loading and unloading. If at the end of the calendar month debits exceed credits detention fees will be applicable based on the below: For each domestic shipment where CP supplies the intermodal unit the following applies: Equipment Type Detail Chargeable Fee Dry containers 2 credits at loading 2 credits at unloading $75.00 per day Marine containers in Domestic North American Service 2 credits at loading 2 credits at unloading $50.00 per day Heated containers 2 credits at loading 2 credits at unloading $150.00 per day Additional notes and program application terms: Asset use trigger events Party performing pick-up and/or delivery Performed by CP Pick-up and/or delivery performed by a party other than CP Place of occurrence: Asset use starts at the first 23:59 after: Asset use ends when: Origin Unit is first delivered Unit is released for pick-up Destination Unit is first offered for delivery Unit is released for pick up Origin Unit is out-gated from the terminal Unit is in-gated to the terminal Destination Unit is available for pick- up Unit is in-gate to the terminal Asset use responsibility The payer of the freight is responsible for credits, debits and any applicable detention fee balance. Exceptions When equipment type substitution takes place at CP’s discretion, detention assessment will always reflect the equipment type requested. Detention terms for refrigerated equipment are governed by tariff item 52 EMP equipment not used in substitution at CPs discretion are subject to Rez1 rules administered through Rez1- item 53. Service summary period Debits and credits are netted at the end of each calendar month. All days the terminal is open inclusive of weekends and holidays count against asset use. Credits Credits have no monetary value and are not transferable beyond the current calendar month. 9 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES Detention terms for refrigerated equipment Item 52 Free time 1 day Sundays & Legal Holidays Not counted when they fall within free time First 5 chargeable days $150 per day Subsequent days $300 per day Asset use trigger events Party performing pick-up and/or delivery Performed by CP Pick-up and/or delivery performed by a party other than CP Place of occurrence: Origin Asset use starts at the first 23:59 after: Unit is first delivered Destination Unit is first offered for delivery Unit is released for pick up Origin Unit is out-gated from the terminal Unit is in-gated to the terminal Destination Unit is available for pick- up Unit is in-gate to the terminal Asset use ends when: Unit is released for pick-up Asset use responsibility The payer of the freight is responsible for any applicable detention charges. Detention terms EMP Item 53 EMP equipment not used in substitution at CPs discretion are subject to Rez1 rules administered through Rez1 Asset Supplier CP (or other railroads) Type Detail Group 1* EMP's - Terminal Storage (Charges administered through Rez1) Free days at terminal Weekends/legal holidays 2 days Saturdays, Sundays & legal holidays not counted when they fall within free time First 5 chargeable days $75 Subsequent days $150 EMP Containers Group 2* Group 3* Group 4* Sundays & legal holidays for which the terminal is closed not counted when they fall within free time $150 Saturdays, Sundays & legal holidays not counted when they fall within free time Sundays & legal holidays for which the terminal is closed not counted when they fall within free time $150 Subject to Rez1 rules. Administered through Rez1. *Group 1 terminals include Calgary, Edmonton, Vaughan and Lachine. *Group 2 terminals include Minneapolis. *Group 3 terminals include Vancouver, Winnipeg, Regina, and Detroit. *Group 4 terminals include Bensenville. 10 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES $75 Storage on Customer Supplied Equipment (applies to time in the terminal) Asset Supplier Customer Supplied Item 54 Type Detail Group 1* Group 2* Group 3* Group 4* SSL Private Marines in Import/Export Service Free days at terminal 2 days 2 days 3 days Weekends / legal holidays Sundays & legal holidays not counted when they fall within free time Saturdays, Sundays & legal holidays not counted when they fall within free time First 3 chargeable days $175 Sundays & legal holidays for which the terminal is closed not counted when they fall within free time $150 See item 55: Bensenville Intermodal Storage Charges Subsequent days $225 $150 $125 Free days at terminal 2 days Weekends / legal holidays All days the terminal is open count within free days First 5 chargeable days $100 Sundays & legal holidays not counted when they fall within free time $150 All days the terminal is open count within free days $100 Sundays & legal holidays not counted when they fall within free time $150 Subsequent days $150 $150 $150 $150 All other Privates, including marines in US and crossborder service $75 *Group 1 terminals include Calgary, Edmonton, Vaughan and Lachine. *Group 2 terminals include Minneapolis. *Group 3 terminals include Vancouver, Winnipeg, Regina, and Detroit. *Group 4 terminals include Bensenville. Asset use begins at the first 2359 the day of notification or immediately for any shipment not completely ready to continue moving. Asset use ends with pick up at destination, or immediately upon a shipment held being released from hold, unless the unit is in need of pick-up. Bensenville Intermodal Storage Charges on SSL Private Marines in Import/ Export Service (applies to time in terminal) Item 55 Upon expiration of free time, an Intermodal Unit held at an CP Bensenville Intermodal Terminal will be assessed Storage Charges. Free Time Allowed: 48 hours Free Time Start: From first 23:59 the day of notification Exempt Days: Sundays and Legal holidays for which the terminal is closed not counted when they fall within the free time. Asset use ends on the day of departure or removal from storage. For first chargeable day, or fraction thereof, after expiration of free time One-Hundred and Fifty dollars ($150) per Intermodal Unit. For second chargeable day, or fraction thereof, after expiration of free time Two-Hundred and Fifty dollars ($250), per Intermodal Unit. For each of the following chargeable days, or fraction thereof, after expiration of free time Fifty Dollars ($50) per Intermodal Unit. To provide you with better service and support terminal fluidity, we may transfer grounded equipment from Bensenville Intermodal to Schiller Park Container Yard. Transfer exception in the case of: customs hold; government agency hold; dangerous goods/hazardous materials. 11 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES Services at our terminals Item 60 Terminal services $130.00 Gate Charge per unit of equipment plus asset use fees assessed to billable party When a container is passing through a gate of a terminal beyond the gate passage included in your quote or extra/re-delivery. A few examples when this would apply include, but are not limited to: An empty private container returned to the terminal after a loaded move, without shipping instructions for further rail movement, perhaps for storage. A container that has been in-gated into a terminal without using CP linehaul services. Item 61 Gate Charge- In & Out Item 61A Applies on containers that are in-gated, then subsequently out-gate with no rail move. Gate Charge- No prior move Item 61 B Applies on empty marine containers that in-gated to a CP terminal empty with no prior loaded move on CP. Gate Charge- No Subsequent Move Item 61C Applies on empty marine containers that arrive at the terminal via rail move on CP, are out-gated and then do not come back in the gate within 45 days for a subsequent move on CP. $75.00 in Canadian Additional Handling terminals When a container requires additional handling beyond the direct transfer from chassis to railcar included in your quote. A few examples when this would apply include but are not limited to: A container that cannot continue moving and must be removed from the railcar. A container that is placed back on a railcar once it is able to begin movement again. An empty container in storage that is specifically requested. $50.00 in US terminals per incident per unit of equipment assessed to the billable party $50.00 per PPS container, per day Additional inspections are $25.00 per container as requested assessed to the billable party Item 62 Temperature controlled shipment services Marine perishable protective service Item 65 When a temperature controlled marine container is in a CP terminal under perishable protective service, it will be inspected two or more times per day and provided with electric power, unless additional inspections are requested. Any assessment for fuel under marine perishable protective service, will be issued at market price of fuel per liter. $200.00 Marine Genset Cancellation Fee per slot assessed to the billable party When a marine genset slot is forecasted and subsequently goes unused without notice, or is cancelled within 48 hours of the origin gate cut-off. Cancellations filed with CP’s Coordinator Generator Equipment more than 48 hours in advance of the gate cut-off will result in zero charges. Terminal Service Charge Item 66 Item 67 Only applied on international shipments When your container passes through at CP terminal, the applicable fee listed below is applied: Unit Application Charge per Container 20 ft Container Canada- Canada $129.00 40/45 ft Container Canada- Canada $155.00 20 ft Container Canada-US & Reverse $129.00 40/45 ft Container Canada-U.S. & Reverse $155.00 12 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES Equipment services Penalties for misuse $2500.00 Unauthorized use assessed to the shipper, or to the party who used the asset without authorization When equipment or an asset is used in an unauthorized, non-compliant or illegal way, this penalty applies. A few examples: A marine container moving between CP terminals without prior authorization. Loading or reloading, or shipping to non CP destinations without authorization. Item 71 The following are a few examples where this charge could be used in combination with another charge. Shipping any restricted commodity (in addition to Item 21) without authorization, or shipping any prohibited commodity/content. Any illegal activity. $300.00 Returning equipment unfit for loading or to wrong terminal per container plus $400.00 per chassis assessed to the billable party additional fees for cleaning and repairs may apply as detailed in item 22 Returning a container or chassis to a different terminal than it was picked up from, or when equipment has been used and is released or returned to CP in a condition that is damaged, or not completely clean, unloaded, clear of debris and other material, or otherwise not suitable for use by the next customer, this penalty applies. $100.00 Placard Removal per container When at any time during CP possession remnants of a non-waybilled Hazardous commodity placard are removed, a service charge for inappropriate placarding will be assessed. Fees will be the responsibility of the most recent billable party involved. 13 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES Item 72 Item 73 Customs $200.00 Held for Customs per container, plus any other applicable fees If CP is required to hold a container or set-off a container at the border due to customs compliance, enforcement, or random inspection this fee will apply. $750.00 Held for Customs due to incomplete, erroneous documentation, or rejected entry into destination country Item 81 per container assessed to the billable party, plus any other applicable fees Item 80 If CP is required to hold a container or set-off a container at the border due to document deficiencies, this fee will apply. Examples of where this fee would be charged include but are not limited to: Broker failed to make entry. US customs targets container due to documents deficiency such as vague commodity description. Customs initially targets container due to customs compliance, enforcement, or random inspection and determines container cannot enter or continue to destination country. $1,000 Units Abandoned or Seized by Customs + storage fees per container When a container is abandoned by the receiver, a fee for removing the container will apply plus applicable storage fees. Storage fees are not to exceed 30 days. In the event that the container is abandoned, CP has the right to sell the contents to cover any outstanding charges. In the event that the container is seized, storage fees will be waived upon written proof from customs authorities that the unit was seized. The abandoned fee still applies. Harbour Switch Fee Item 82 Item 84 All International Import / Export / Empty Reposition marine containers shipped to/from the Port of Montreal are subject to a port switching fee. Fees apply on loaded or empty containers. Current fee levels are: Per Container: 20’ Intra Canada 20’ Cross-US Border 40’ / 45’ Intra Canada 40’ / 45’ Cross-US Border 14 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES = $20 Cdn = $20 US = $40 Cdn = $40 US Miscellaneous Item 85 Government imposed fees While moving your shipment as requested, there are various government imposed charges that we may incur. Other charges not listed here, including fines or penalties will be passed through to the party responsible with up to a 25% surcharge for administration and handling. Environmental surcharges apply as listed in tariff 9800. $5.50 USD Customs user fee per container assessed to the billable party On all cross-border traffic entering the United States, a Customs User Fee is imposed by the US Government, and will be charged to the billable party. This fee does not apply to a shipment bonded through the US for return to the country of entry. $2.02 USD APHIS per container crossing by rail $5.25 USD per container crossing by road assessed to the billable party On all loaded cross-border traffic entering the United States, an Animal Plant and Health Inspection Service (APHIS) fee imposed by the US Government is applicable. Item 86 Item 87 Other special services Special service fee Item 88 CP may be able to assist you with a service that requires incremental effort beyond that which is normally provided. When you ask us to put our ingenuity to work for you in this capacity an additional fee will apply. Before provision of the special service, the specifics of the service and the applicable fee will be discussed and agreed to in writing. $300.00 Heavy Load Surcharge per container that applies as Heavy Load for International shipments only Item 89 Surcharge applies in addition to line haul rate for any: 40’/45’ loaded inbound container to CP’s US Midwest terminals (from any point) that exceeds 48,000 lbs content weight 20’ loaded containers exceeding 47,500 lbs content weight between the following terminals: o Vancouver/Port Metro Vancouver and Toronto, Montreal/Port Montreal o Toronto, Montreal/Port of Montreal and Chicago o Chicago and Vancouver/Port Metro Vancouver o Toronto/Port of Montreal o Regina and Port of Montreal/Port Metro Vancouver Gross weight for any 20’ container may not exceed either 60,000 lbs, nor the badge plate, at any time 15 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES Payments and disputes Item 90 Services related to payments Upon receipt of a CP invoice, please ensure that you pay the charges within the standard credit terms as outlined on the invoice. Payment of undisputed amounts must be received by CP before the end of business day on the due date shown on the invoice. $105.00 Incorrect bill-to party provided per shipment see changes or corrections on page 1 for details assessed to the billable party Should the original shipping instructions include the incorrect bill-to party, a change to the shipping instructions is required. $55.00 Manual transaction per transaction assessed to the billable party When manual services are requested or required related to payments or disputes, or when required information is not received, administrative work is required to resolve the issue. Item 91 Item 92 Non-payment consequences Item 93 Upon receipt of a CP invoice, please ensure that you pay the charges within the standard credit terms as outlined on the invoice. Payment of undisputed amounts must be received by CP before the end of business day on the due date shown on the invoice. 12% Immediate & short-term non-payment per annum added to the invoice amount Interest applies to all overdue amounts. Suspension of credit privileges Serious and repeated non-payment $100.00 per unit processing surcharge for each shipment paid for with cash or credit card assessed to the billable party Item 94 Item 95 Failure to maintain your account fully paid and up-to-date as agreed will result in suspension of credit. For customers without credit in the US, Tariff 10 deposit account applies. 16 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES Guide to combinations Item 99 Supplemental driver time & labour Items $ Notes + Unsafe Or Improperly Loaded $3,000 + asset use + Adjustment +>$500 Haz: min. $1,000, Cost + 25% >$3,500 Cannot Continue Transit $750 + Unsafe Or Improperly Loaded $3,000 + Adjustment +>$500 + asset use Haz: min. $1,000 >$4,250 Unauthorized Use + Unsafe Or Improperly Loaded $2,500 + asset use $3,000 +$5,500 for Haz >$5,500 17 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES Rules and regulations Item 100 For the most complete and up-to-date version of this document and the applicable rules and regulations, please visit www.cpr.ca or call 1-888-333-8111 for assistance. Details on applicability of terms This tariff applies in addition to CP’s Guide to Products and Services Tariff 1. Please review Tariff 1 for details on services included in your quote, liability, rules and regulations. In addition to any other applicable tariff, the prices, charges and rules of this Tariff, as amended from time to time, apply to containers on Canadian Pacific (“CP”), and will apply in the currency of the country where the event occurs. Rates and charges on empty containers apply only if CP receives an immediately prior or subsequent loaded shipment in the same equipment. On shipments moving to or from other railways, all applicable tariffs of the other railways apply on the respective other railways. CP reserves the right to refuse any services in this tariff. This document and the associated documents outlining supplemental services will be updated from time to time with 30 days’ notice. The provisions of this tariff shall supersede those published in other CP tariffs for services related to containers unless specifically noted otherwise in the other tariff, and shall not supersede those in contracts which are specific to either customers or locations on CP. When reference is made in this tariff to items, notes, rules, other tariff, etc., such references are continuous. (A) Either Shipper, or Consignee, or CP shall be excused from its or their obligations, with the exclusion of obligations related to ensuring safety, under the Contract or applicable tariffs provided that Customer or CP is prevented or delayed in such performance by any event which is unavoidable or beyond its reasonable control, including, without limitation, act of God, act of the Queen’s or public enemies, flood, rockslides, landslides, snow slides, washouts, avalanches, storm earthquake, expropriation, fire or explosion, strikes, lockouts, walkouts or other industrial dispute, war, sabotage, riot, insurrection, derailment, labour shortages, power or fuel shortages, the act or failure to act of any government or regulatory body. Lack of funds shall not be considered an event of force majeure. (B) All time periods provided for in the applicable tariffs shall be extended for a period equal to the period in which the event of force majeure is continuing and so far as reasonably possible, the party affected will take all reasonable steps to remedy the event of force majeure; provided, however, that nothing contained in this paragraph shall require any party to settle any industrial dispute or to test the constitutionality of any provincial, federal, state or local law or regulation. In the event of force majeure, the party affected shall give prompt written notice to the other party describing the event in question in reasonable detail, and such party shall also furnish prompt notice when the condition of force majeure has ended. Failure to provide notice shall not preclude a party from relying on the existence of a condition of force majeure. (C) Specific terms applicable to Asset-Use fees: When it is impossible to load or unload or receive units from, or make units available to CP because of strike interference at the point where the loading or unloading is to be accomplished, fifty percent (50%) of the Asset-use fees under a per-day rate program or fifty percent (50%) debit reduction under DR/CR detention can be claimed for provided that. (1) The disruption exceeds seven consecutive days in duration during one calendar month. (2) CP is notified of such strike interference within 48 hours after such strike action begins. (3) The provisions of this item will not apply to: (a) Inbound units when the waybills are dated four days after the beginning of the strike interference. (b) Units for loading when ordered after the beginning and prior to the ending of strike interference. (4) In the event it is impossible for a loader or unloader to 18 | INTERMODAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES get to a unit to load or unload due to an earthquake, tornado, hurricane or flood, the Asset-Use fees directly chargeable there to will be eliminated, provided the disruption exceed 48 hours in duration, and a claim is presented in writing to CP within the terms of the applicable invoice. Legal Holidays In Canada: New Year’s Day Good Friday Victoria Day (Third Monday of May) Canada Day Labour Day (First Monday of September) Thanksgiving Day (Second Monday of October) Christmas Day Boxing Day (Day after Christmas) Province of Quebec Only: St. Jean Baptiste Day (First Monday in August) Province of Ontario and Provinces in Western Canada: Civic Holiday (First Monday of August) Remembrance Day Legal Holidays in the US: New Year’s Day President’s Day (Third Monday of February) Good Friday Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day (First Monday of September) Thanksgiving Day (Fourth Thursday of November) Day after Thanksgiving Day Christmas Eve Day Christmas Day New Year’s Eve Day Definition of Terms: Normal Business Hours- Between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday to Friday, or as otherwise specified. Rule 11- An AAR accounting rule, which allows for through movement billing to a final destination with each rail carrier in the routing assessing and collecting for their portion of the movement. International: A) Any marine container movement to or from overseas (i.e. beyond Canada, continental 48 states of the USA or Mexico) and B) Any empty marine container movement preceding, following or associated to an overseas movement Expressway: CP’s trailer-on-flatcar service Domestic Intra-Canada: Any container movement that originates and terminates within Canada and is not associated with an International movement as defined above. Domestic Cross-border: Any container movement that originates within Canada and terminates within the continental US 48 states and/or Mexico, or vice versa, and is not associated with an International movement as defined above. Domestic Intra-US: Any container movement that originates and terminates within the continental US 48 states and/or Mexico and is not associated with an International movement as defined above.
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