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Seven Seas Spirit Inc / DBA Seven Seas Yacht Transport is operating as NVOCC and following tariff rule is applicable

Negotiated Rate Arrangement Exemption

Guidance for NVOCCs on How to Use Negotiated Rate Arrangements

Licensed Non-Vessel-Operating Common Carriers (NVOCCs) and Foreign-based Registered NVOCCs can take advantage of an exemption from the tariff rate publication requirements of the Shipping Act and the FMC’s regulations if they use a negotiated rate arrangement (NRA). To do so, an NVOCC must meet the conditions described below. 46 C.F.R. part 532 and 78 Fed. Reg. 42886 (Jul. 18, 2013).

FMC RULES & TARIFF LINK

https://www.universalrelocations.com/fmc-rules-tariff/#1541419136547-41cfeea4-2a1f

 

TARIFF NO. 024167N -001
NRA Governing Rules Tariff
NAMING RULES AND REGULATIONS ON CARGO MOVING
IN CONTAINERS AND BREAKBULK
BETWEEN
U.S. PORTS AND POINTS
(AS SPECIFIED IN RULE 1)
AND
WORLD PORTS AND POINTS
(AS SPECIFIED IN RULE 1-A)

NOTICE TO TARIFF USERS

Carrier has opted to be exempt from tariff publication requirements pursuant to 46 C.F.R. §520 and 532. In that respect Carrier has opted for exclusive use of Negotiated Rate Arrangements (“NRAs”).
NVOCC NRA means the written and binding arrangement between an NRA shipper or consignee and eligible NVOCC to provide specific transportation service for a stated cargo quantity, from origin to destination on and after receipt of the cargo by the Carrier or its agent (originating carrier in the case of through Transportation).
Carrier may issue written quotations, booking confirmations, e-mail communications and other writings with applicable rates and charges for the shipments subject of the NRA, and shipper’s or consignee’s must respond in writing by e-mail or other writing (collectively “the writings”) which will constitute an offer by Carrier and acceptance by Shipper or Consignee for transportation services pursuant to 46 C.F.R. §520.13 and §532. The terms contained in the writings shall be a valid offer for 30 days (or a date agreed to by the parties) from the booking date, unless otherwise rescinded by the Carrier prior to receiving Shipper’s cargo. Carrier’s or Carrier’s agent’s receipt of cargo for this shipment constitutes final acceptance by Shipper or Consignee of this offer, and the terms of the NRA shall bind the parties. If the writing provided by shipper or consignee to accept the offer does not contain the legal name and address of the shipper or consignee and its affiliates agreeing to the NRA, the shipper or consignee must provide these by separate writing which shall be considered part of the NRA.
All applicable origin and destination local terminal and/or port charges shall be for the account of the cargo.
Rates may not be modified in an NRA after the time the shipment is received by the Carrier or its agent (including originating carriers in the case of through transportation).

 

PUBLISHED BY :
SEVEN SEAS SPIRIT .
PUBLISHING OFFICER: MR. DMITRY FARBER
EMAIL: DMITRY@SEVENSEASUS.COM
TEL: 305-760-2010

ORGANIZATION INFORMATION

NUMBER:

024167N

NAME:

SEVEN SEAS SPIRIT INC

TRADE NAME:
TYPE:

SEVEN SEAS YACHT TRANSPORT
NON -VESSEL OPERATING COMMON CARRIER

HDQ. COUNTRY:

USA

HOME OFFICE:

USA

PHONE:

305-760-2010

EMAIL:

DMITRY@SEVENSEASUS.COM

 Tariff Rule Information

FMC ORG. NO. 024167N

SEVEN SEAS SPIRIT INC
NRA RULES TARIFF NO. 024167N -001 – Between (US and World)

 

AMENDMENT NO.: 0

Effective: 3AUG2013

Expire Date: NONE

Published: 3AUG2013

 

Tariff Rule Information

FMC ORG. NO. 024167N

SEVEN SEAS SPIRIT INC
NRA RULES TARIFF NO. 024167N -001 – Between (US and World)

 

AMENDMENT NO.: 0

Rule 2-140:

AES USA Export Shipments

Effective: 3AUG2016

Expire Date: NONE

Published: 3AUG2016

Carrier requires complete and accurate Automated Export System / Shippers Letter of Instructions no later than 48 hours prior to port cut-off date. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) may impose penalties for failure to comply with the U.S. Bureau of Census, Mandatory Automated Export System regulations. Description of commodities shall be uniform on all copies of the B/L and MUST be in conformity with a validated U.S. Export Declaration, EEI (Electronic Export Information) filings to the U.S. Customs Automated Export Systems (AES), and/or Consular Documents covering the shipment. The Carrier may verify the B/L description with any of the above shipping documents or information to insure accuracy. Amendments or corrections in the commodity description will be accepted ONLY if validated by U.S. Customs and in conformity with all other shipping documents. If shipments are NOT covered by a Shipper’s Export Declaration, as permitted by Export Control Regulations, Shippers MUST insert the applicable commodity Schedule B number in the Line Copy of the B/L.