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Cosren 05/07/2016

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CUSTOMER ADVISORY AND USER GUIDE – SOLAS (VGM) UPDATE

Cosren 14/06/2016

CUSTOMER ADVISORY AND USER GUIDE – SOLAS (VGM) UPDATE

14 June 2016

Dear Valued Customer,
This notice serves to remind you of the implementation of VGM (verified gross mass) for all vessels sailing on or after the 01st July 2016. Just to reiterate, effective 1st July 2016 and in accordance with International Maritime Organization (IMO) amendment to Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) convention, all export containers must have declared verified gross mass (VGM) before being processed for loading onto a vessel. The shipper (or their agent) is responsible for obtaining and providing the VGM. There are 2 permissible methods for weighing:

  • Method 1, which requires weighing the container after it has been packed. (Weighbridge)
  • Method 2, which requires weighing all the cargo and contents of the container and adding those weights to the container’s tare weight as indicated on the door end of the container.
  • For both methods, certified and calibrated weighing equipment must be used. For method 2, verifying agents are approved by SAMSA.

ESTIMATING OF WEIGHTS IS NOT PERMITTED

Please note that, for the shipper’s weight verification to be compliant with the SOLAS requirement it must be signed, meaning a specific person representing the shipper is named and identified as having verified the accuracy of the weight calculation on behalf of the shipper. The template below is to be used to forward the VGM information. A copy has been sent in the initial advisory, but one will be sent upon request.

Please note that Transnet has ensured that they assist in facilitating the shipper’s compliance with SOLAS rules and have therefore amended their systems to cater for the updating of VGM information into NAVIS.

Pre-advise of export containers is the current TPT (Transnet Port Terminals) & TFR (Transnet Freight Rail) process and SOLAS compliance will NOT deviate from this process –TPT have revised the current mandatory requirements of the pre-advise message (critical fields) to accommodate regulation. –i.e., verified weight.

VGM is mandatory and will come into effect from the following vessels:

Vessel Voyage Estimated Time of Arrival Estimated Time of Departure Port Region Terminal
 
EVER DELUXE 121E 01/07/2016 03/07/2016 CAPE TOWN CTCT
BERLIN BRIDGE 032E 03/07/2016 06/07/2016 DURBAN DCT PIER 2
HS BAFFIN 014E 03/07/2016 06/07/2016 DURBAN DCT PIER 1

TEMPLATE FOR SUBMITTING VGM INFORMATION

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EXPORTS VIA RAIL

TFR (Transnet Freight Rail) is currently weighing full export containers at terminals equipped with weighbridges.

  • This practice will be extended to provide the Verified Gross Mass of containers which are railed from the said terminals using Method 1.
  • At non equipped terminals the VGM is provided by the TRF customer.
  • In either scenario, the VGM whether received by the customer or determined by TFR, will be submitted to TPT in the pre-advice.


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EXPORTS VIA TERMINAL GATE ENTRY (ROAD)

  • In keeping business requirements all EXPORT containers need to be pre-advised prior to entering the terminal.
  • Currently about 5 mandatory fields captured.
  • New SOLAS regulations require additional data –NAVIS development in process to be completed by 23rd June 2016.
  • TPT System Pre-advise two methods but for COSREN purposes, manual NAVIS pre-advice is to be used.

NEW PREADVICE SCREEN

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In order to check whether the units have been correctly pre-advised on NAVIS, please use the following details to access the NAVIS COMUNITY ACCESS PORTAL

  • Sign into CAP using the following URL http://41.160.4.49:9080/apex/cap.zul
  • Select login and use the credentials below to sign in
    • Username: customer 01 to customer10
    • Password: same as username
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If the unit is pre-advised, it will be found and displayed.

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If the unit is not pre-advised, it will not be found and no data will be displayed.

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Verifying the pre-advice status PRIOR to arriving at the terminal will ensure that you will NOT be turned away on account of an incomplete pre-advice.

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GUIDELINES REGARDING THE VERIFIED GROSS MASS OF A CONTAINER CARRYING CARGO

Cosren 24/03/2016

  1. The Maritime Safety Committee, at its ninety-third session (14 to 23 May 2014), having considered the proposal by the Sub-Committee on Dangerous Goods, Solid Cargoes and Containers, at its eighteenth session (16 to 20 September 2013), approved the Guidelines regarding the verified gross mass of a container carrying cargo, as set out in the annex.
  2. The Guidelines are intended to establish a common approach for the implementation and enforcement of the SOLAS requirements regarding the verification of the gross mass of packed containers.
  3. Member Governments are invited to bring the annexed Guidelines to the attention of all parties concerned.

ANNEX

GUIDELINES REGARDING THE VERIFIED GROSS MASS OF A CONTAINER CARRYING CARGO

1 Introduction

1.1 To ensure the safety of the ship, the safety of workers both aboard ships and ashore, the safety of cargo and overall safety at sea, the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), as amended, requires in chapter VI, part A, regulation 2 that packed containers' gross mass are verified prior to stowage aboard ship. The shipper is responsible for the verification of the gross mass of a container carrying cargo (hereinafter "a packed container"). The shipper is also responsible for ensuring that the verified gross mass is communicated in the shipping documents sufficiently in advance to be used by the ship's master or his representative and the terminal representative in the preparation of the ship stowage plan. In the absence of the shipper providing the verified gross mass of the packed container, the container should not be loaded on to the ship unless the master or his representative and the terminal representative have obtained the verified gross mass through other means.

1.2 The purpose of these Guidelines is to establish a common approach for the implementation and enforcement of the SOLAS requirements regarding the verification of the gross mass of packed containers. The Guidelines provide recommendations on how to interpret and apply the provisions of the SOLAS requirements. They also identify issues that may arise from the application of these requirements and provide guidance for how such issues should be resolved. Adherence to these Guidelines will facilitate compliance with the SOLAS requirements by shippers of containerized shipments, and they will assist other parties in international containerized supply chains, including shipping companies and port terminal facilities and their employees, in understanding their respective roles in accomplishing the enhancement of the safe handling, stowage and transport of containers.

2 Definitions

2.1 For the purpose of these Guidelines:

2.1.1 Administration means the Government of the State whose flag the ship is entitled to fly.

2.1.2 Calibrated and certified equipment means a scale, weighbridge, lifting equipment or any other device, capable of determining the actual gross mass of a packed container or of packages and cargo items, pallets, dunnage and other packing and securing material, that meets the accuracy standards and requirements of the State in which the equipment is being used.

2.1.3 Cargo items has the same general meaning as the term "cargo" in the International Convention for Safe Containers, 1972, as amended (hereinafter referred to as "the CSC"), and means any goods, wares, merchandise, liquids, gases, solids and articles of every kind whatsoever carried in containers pursuant to a contract of carriage. However, ship's equipment and ship's supplies1, including ship's spare parts and stores, carried in containers are not regarded as cargo.

1 Refer to the Revised recommendations on the safe transport of dangerous cargoes and related activities in port areas (MSC.1/Circ.1216).

2.1.4 Container has the same meaning as the term "container" in the CSC and means an article of transport equipment:

  • (a) of a permanent character and accordingly strong enough to be suitable for repeated use;
  • (b) specially designed to facilitate the transport of goods, by one or more modes of transport, without intermediate reloading;
  • (c) designed to be secured and/or readily handled, having corner fittings for these purposes; and
  • (d) of a size such that the area enclosed by the four outer bottom corners is either:
    • (i) at least 14 m2 (150 sq. ft.); or
    • (ii) at least 7 m2 (75 sq. ft.) if it is fitted with top corner fittings.


2.1.5 Contract of carriage means a contract in which a shipping company, against the payment of freight, undertakes to carry goods from one place to another. The contract may take the form of, or be evidenced by a document such as sea waybill, a bill of lading, or multi-modal transport document.

2.1.6 Gross mass means the combined mass of a container's tare mass and the masses of all packages and cargo items, including pallets, dunnage and other packing material and securing materials packed into the container (see also "Verified gross mass").

2.1.7 Package means one or more cargo items that are tied together, packed, wrapped, boxed or parcelled for transportation. Examples of packages include, but are not limited to, parcels, boxes, packets and cartons.

2.1.8 Packed container means a container, as previously defined, loaded ("stuffed" or "filled") with liquids, gases, solids, packages and cargo items, including pallets, dunnage, and other packing material and securing materials.

2.1.9 Packing material means any material used or for use with packages and cargo items to prevent damage, including, but not limited to, crates, packing blocks, drums, cases, boxes, barrels, and skids. Excluded from the definition is any material within individual sealed packages to protect the cargo item(s) inside the package.

2.1.10 Securing material means all dunnage, lashing and other equipment used to block, brace, and secure packed cargo items in a container.

2.1.11 Ship means any vessel to which SOLAS chapter VI applies. Excluded from this definition are roll-on/roll-off (ro-ro) ships engaged on short international voyages2 where the containers are carried on a chassis or trailer and are loaded and unloaded by being driven on and off such a ship.

2 SOLAS regulation III/2 defines "short international voyage" as an international voyage in the course of which a ship is not more than 200 miles from a port or place in which the passengers and crew could be placed in safety, and which does not exceed 600 miles in length between the last port of call in the country in which the voyage begins and the final port of destination.

2.1.12 Shipper means a legal entity or person named on the bill of lading or sea waybill or equivalent multimodal transport document (e.g. "through" bill of lading) as shipper and/or who (or in whose name or on whose behalf) a contract of carriage has been concluded with a shipping company.

2.1.13 Shipping document means a document used by the shipper to communicate the verified gross mass of the packed container. This document can be part of the shipping instructions to the shipping company or a separate communication (e.g. a declaration including a weight certificate produced by a weigh station).

2.1.14 Tare mass means the mass of an empty container that does not contain any packages, cargo items, pallets, dunnage, or any other packing material or securing material.

2.1.15 Terminal representative means a person acting on behalf of a legal entity or person engaged in the business of providing wharfage, dock, stowage, warehouse, or other cargo handling services in connection with a ship.

2.1.16 Verified gross mass means the total gross mass of a packed container as obtained by one of the methods described in paragraph 5.1 of these Guidelines. (see also "gross mass").

3 Scope of applicability

3.1 The SOLAS requirements to verify the gross mass of a packed container apply to all containers to which the CSC applies, and which are to be stowed onto a ship determined by the Administration to be subject to SOLAS chapter VI.

3.2 For example (but not limited to), a packed container on a chassis or trailer to be driven on a ro-ro ship is subject to the SOLAS requirements, if the ship has been determined by the Administration to be subject to SOLAS chapter VI and is not engaged on short international voyages. However, cargo items tendered by a shipper to the master for packing into a container already on board the ship are not subject to these SOLAS requirements.

3.3 The term container includes tank-containers, flat-racks, bulk containers etc. Also included are containers carried on a chassis or a trailer except when such containers are driven on or off a ro-ro ship engaged in short international voyages (see definition of ship). Excluded from the definition is any type of vehicle3. Also excluded from the definition are "offshore containers" to which the CSC, according to the Guidelines for the approval of offshore containers handled in open seas (MSC/Circ.860) and the Revised recommendations on harmonized interpretation and implementation of the International Convention for Safe Containers, 1972, as amended (CSC.1/Circ.138/Rev.1), does not apply.

3 Refer to the Revised recommendations on harmonized interpretation and implementation of the International Convention for Safe Containers, 1972, as amended (CSC.1/Circ.138/Rev.1).

4 Main principles

4.1 The responsibility for obtaining and documenting the verified gross mass of a packed container lies with the shipper.

4.2 A container packed with packages and cargo items should not be loaded onto a ship to which the SOLAS regulations apply unless the master or his representative and the terminal representative have obtained, in advance of vessel loading, the verified actual gross mass of the container.

5 Methods for obtaining the verified gross mass of a packed container

5.1 The SOLAS regulations prescribe two methods by which the shipper may obtain the verified gross mass of a packed container:

5.1.1 Method No.1: Upon the conclusion of packing and sealing a container, the shipper may weigh, or have arranged that a third party weighs, the packed container.

5.1.2 Method No.2: The shipper (or, by arrangement of the shipper, a third party), may weigh all packages and cargo items, including the mass of pallets, dunnage and other packing and securing material to be packed in the container, and add the tare mass of the container to the sum of the single masses using a certified method as described in paragraphs 5.1.2.3 and 5.1.2.3.1. Any third party that has performed some or all of the packing of the container should inform the shipper of the mass of the cargo items and packing and securing material that the party has packed into the container in order to facilitate the shipper's verification of the gross mass of the packed container under Method No.2. As required by SOLAS VI/2 and paragraph 5, the shipper should ensure that the verified gross mass of the container is provided sufficiently in advance of vessel loading. How such information is to be communicated between the shipper and any third party should be agreed between the commercial parties involved.

5.1.2.1 Individual, original sealed packages that have the accurate mass of the packages and cargo items (including any other material such as packing material and refrigerants inside the packages) clearly and permanently marked on their surfaces, do not need to be weighed again when they are packed into the container.

5.1.2.2 Certain types of cargo items (e.g. scrap metal, unbagged grain and other cargo in bulk) do not easily lend themselves to individual weighing of the items to be packed in the container. In such cases, usage of Method No.2 would be inappropriate and impractical, and Method No.1 should be used instead.

5.1.2.3 The method used for weighing the container's contents under Method No.2 is subject to certification and approval as determined by the competent authority of the State in which the packing and sealing of the container was completed.4

5.1.2.3.1 How the certification is to be done will be up to the State concerned, and could pertain to either the procedure for the weighing or to the party performing the weighing or both.

5.1.3 If a container is packed by multiple parties or contains cargo from multiple parties, the shipper as defined in paragraph 2.1 is responsible for obtaining and documenting the verified gross mass of the packed container. If the shipper chooses Method No.2 to obtain the verified gross mass, the shipper is then subject to all the conditions given in paragraphs 5.1.2, 5.1.2.1, 5.1.2.2, and 5.1.2.3.

4 Reference to the relevant MSC Circular regarding contact information for the competent authority.

6 Documentation

6.1 The SOLAS regulations require the shipper to verify the gross mass of the packed container using Method No.1 or Method No.2 and to communicate the verified gross mass in a shipping document. This document can be part of the shipping instructions to the shipping company or a separate communication (e.g. a declaration including a weight certificate produced by a weigh station utilizing calibrated and certified equipment on the route between the shipper's origin and the port terminal). In either case, the document should clearly highlight that the gross mass provided is the "verified gross mass" as defined in paragraph 2.1.

6.2 Irrespective of its form, the document declaring the verified gross mass of the packed container should be signed by a person duly authorized by the shipper. The signature may be an electronic signature or may be replaced by the name in capitals of the person authorized to sign it.

6.3 It is a condition for loading onto a ship to which the SOLAS regulations apply that the verified gross mass of a packed container be provided, preferably by electronic means such as Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) or Electronic Data Processing (EDP), to the ship's master or his representative and to the terminal representative sufficiently in advance of ship loading to be used in the preparation and implementation of the ship stowage plan.

6.3.1 Because the contract of carriage is between the shipper and the shipping company, not between the shipper and the port terminal facility, the shipper may meet its obligation under the SOLAS regulations by submitting the verified gross mass to the shipping company. It is then the responsibility of the shipping company to provide information regarding the verified gross mass of the packed container to the terminal representative in advance of ship loading. Similarly, the shipper may also submit the verified gross mass to the port terminal facility representative upon delivery of the container to the port facility in advance of loading.

6.3.1.1 The master or his representative and the terminal representative should enter into arrangements to ensure the prompt sharing of verified container gross mass information provided by shippers. Existing communication systems may be used for the transmission and sharing of such verified container gross mass information.

6.3.1.2 At the time a packed container is delivered to a port terminal facility, the terminal representative should have been informed by the shipping company whether the shipper has provided the verified gross mass of the packed container and what that gross mass is. 6.3.2 There is no SOLAS prescribed time deadline for the shipper's submission of the verified gross mass other than such information is to be received in time to be used by the master and the terminal representative in the ship stowage plan. The finalization of the ship stowage plan will depend on ship type and size, local port loading procedures, trade lane and other operational factors. It is the responsibility of the shipping company with whom the shipper enters into a contract of carriage to inform the shipper, following prior discussions with the port terminal, of any specific time deadline for submitting the information.

7 Equipment

7.1 The scale, weighbridge, lifting equipment or other devices used to verify the gross mass of the container, in accordance with either Method No.1 or Method No.2 discussed above, should meet the applicable accuracy standards and requirements of the State in which the equipment is being used.

8 Intermodal container movements and transhipments

8.1 The verified gross mass of a packed container should be provided to the next party taking custody of the container.

8.1.1 If a packed container is transported by road, rail or a vessel to which the SOLAS regulations do not apply and delivered to a port terminal facility without its verified gross mass, it may not be loaded onto a ship to which the SOLAS regulations apply unless the master or his representative and the terminal representative have obtained the verified gross mass of the container on behalf of the shipper (see also paragraph 13.1).

8.1.2 If a packed container is delivered to a port terminal facility by a ship to which the SOLAS regulations apply for transhipment onto a ship to which the SOLAS regulations also apply, each container being delivered is required by the SOLAS regulations to have had a verified gross mass before loading onto the delivering ship. All packed containers discharged in the transhipment port should therefore already have a verified gross mass and further weighing in the transhipment port facility is not required. The delivering ship should inform the port terminal facility in the transhipment port of the verified gross mass of each delivered packed container. The master of the ship onto which the transhipped, packed containers are to be loaded and the port terminal facility in the transhipment port may rely on the information provided by the delivering vessel. Existing ship-port communication systems may be used for the provision of such information in agreement between the commercial parties involved.

9 Discrepancies in gross mass

9.1 Any discrepancy between a packed container's gross mass declared prior to the verification of its gross mass and its verified gross mass should be resolved by use of the verified gross mass.

9.2 Any discrepancy between a verified gross mass of a packed container obtained prior to the container's delivery to the port terminal facility and a verified gross mass of that container obtained by that port facility's weighing of the container should be resolved by use of the latter verified gross mass obtained by the port terminal facility.

10 Containers exceeding their maximum gross mass

10.1 SOLAS regulation VI/5 requires that a container not be packed to more than the maximum gross mass indicated on the Safety Approval Plate under the International Convention for Safe Containers (CSC), as amended. A container with a gross mass exceeding its maximum permitted gross mass may not be loaded onto a ship.

11 Containers on road vehicles

11.1 If the verified gross mass of a packed container is obtained by weighing the container while it is on a road vehicle, (e.g. chassis or trailer), the tare mass of the road vehicle (and, where applicable, the tractor) should be subtracted to obtain the verified gross mass of the packed container. The subtraction should reflect the tare mass of the road vehicle (and, where applicable, the tractor) as indicated in their registration documents as issued by the competent authority of the State where these assets are registered. The mass of any fuel in the tank of the tractor should also be subtracted.

11.2 If two packed containers on a road vehicle are to be weighed, their gross mass should be determined by weighing each container separately. Simply dividing the total gross mass of the two containers by two after subtracting the mass of the road vehicle and the tractor, where applicable, would not produce an accurate verified gross mass for each container, and should not be allowed.

12 Empty containers

12.1 Shippers of empty containers and operators of empty containers are encouraged to have practices and arrangements in place to ensure that they are empty. The tare weight will visually appear on the container in accordance with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard for container marking and identification5) and should be used.

5 Refer to standard ISO 6346 – Freight containers – Coding, identification and marking.

13 Contingencies for containers received without a verified gross mass

13.1 Notwithstanding that the shipper is responsible for obtaining and documenting the verified gross mass of a packed container, situations may occur where a packed container is delivered to a port terminal facility without the shipper having provided the required verified gross mass of the container. Such a container should not be loaded onto the ship until its verified gross mass has been obtained. In order to allow the continued efficient onward movement of such containers, the master or his representative and the terminal representative may obtain the verified gross mass of the packed container on behalf of the shipper. This may be done by weighing the packed container in the terminal or elsewhere. The verified gross mass so obtained should be used in the preparation of the ship loading plan. Whether and how to do this should be agreed between the commercial parties, including the apportionment of the costs involved.

14 Master's ultimate decision whether to stow a packed container

14.1 Ultimately, and in conformance with the Code of Safe Practice for Cargo Stowage and Securing6, the ship's master should accept the cargo on board his ship only if he is satisfied that it can be safely transported. Nothing in the SOLAS regulations limit the principle that the master retains ultimate discretion in deciding whether to accept a packed container for loading onto his ship. Availability to both the terminal representative and to the master or his representative of the verified gross mass of a packed container sufficiently in advance to be used in the ship stowage plan is a prerequisite for the container to be loaded onto a ship to which the SOLAS regulations apply. It does, however, not constitute an entitlement for loading.

6 Refer to the Code of Safe Practice for Cargo Stowage and Securing (resolution A.714(17)) and subsequent

15 Enforcement

15.1 Like other SOLAS provisions, the enforcement of the SOLAS requirements regarding the verified gross mass of packed containers falls within the competence and is the responsibility of the SOLAS Contracting Governments. Contracting Governments acting as port States should verify compliance with these SOLAS requirements. Any incidence of non-compliance with the SOLAS requirements is enforceable according to national legislation.

15.2 The ultimate effectiveness and enforcement of the SOLAS container gross mass verification requirement is that a packed container, for which the verified gross mass has not been obtained sufficiently in advance to be used in the ship stowage plan, will be denied loading onto a ship to which the SOLAS regulations apply. Any costs associated with the non-loading, storage, demurrage or eventual return of the container to the tendering shipper of the container should be subject to contractual arrangements between the commercial parties.

16 Effective date of the SOLAS requirements regarding verified gross mass of a container carrying cargo

16.1 The SOLAS requirements regarding verified gross mass of a container carrying cargo (SOLAS regulation VI/2) are expected to enter into force in July 2016.

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SOLAS CHAPTER VI

Cosren 24/03/2016

Regulation 2 – Cargo information

The following new paragraphs 4 to 6 are added after existing paragraph 3:

"4 In the case of cargo carried in a container*, except for containers carried on a chassis or a trailer when such containers are driven on or off a ro-ro ship engaged in short international voyages as defined in regulation III/3, the gross mass according to paragraph 2.1 of this regulation shall be verified by the shipper, either by:

  • .1 weighing the packed container using calibrated and certified equipment; or
  • .2 weighing all packages and cargo items, including the mass of pallets, dunnage and other securing material to be packed in the container and adding the tare mass of the container to the sum of the single masses, using a certified method approved by the competent authority of the State in which packing of the container was completed.


5 The shipper of a container shall ensure the verified gross mass** is stated in the shipping document. The shipping document shall be:

  • .1 signed by a person duly authorized by the shipper;
  • .2 submitted to the master or his representative and to the terminal representative sufficiently in advance, as required by the master or his representative, to be used in the preparation of the ship stowage plan***.

6 If the shipping document, with regard to a packed container, does not provide the verified gross mass and the master or his representative and the terminal representative have not obtained the verified gross mass of the packed container, it shall not be loaded on to the ship.”

  • * The term "container" should be considered as having has the same meaning as defined and applied in the International Convention for Safe Containers (CSC), 1972, as amended, taking into account the Guidelines for the approval of offshore containers handled in open seas (MSC/Circ.860) and the Revised Recommendations on harmonized interpretation and implementation of the International Convention for Safe Containers, 1972, as amended (CSC.1/Circ.138/Rev.1).
  • ** Refer to the Guidelines regarding the verified gross mass of a container carrying cargo (MSC.1/Circ.1475).
  • *** This document may be presented by means of EDP or EDI transmission techniques. The signature may be an electronic signature or may be replaced by the name, in capitals, of the person authorized to sign."
SOLAS CHAPTER VI - Carriage of cargoes and oil fuels Part A
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RESTRUCTURING OF SOUTH AFRICAN SERVICE

Cosren 25/09/2014

ASA service(South Loop)will be launched from 09th Oct. 2014

1) Rotation
ASA service will call Kaohsiung - Xiamen - Hong Kong - Shekou - Singapore - Port Kelang - Durban - Cape Town - Port Kelang - Singapore - Kaohsiung

2) Voyage duration:
56 days for one round trip.


New FAX service(Central Loop)will be launched from 15th Oct. 2014

1) Rotation
New FAX service will call Shanghai - Ningbo - Keelung - Singapore - Durban – Singapore – Shanghai

2) Voyage duration:
49 days for one round trip.

Please see attached Long Term Schedule for the above. Kindly relay this information to all parties concerned. We would like to thank you for your continued valuable support.

Best regards
Cosren Shipping Agency (Pty) Ltd
As agents for
COSCO CONTAINER LINES

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SA THC/D Revision notice

Cosren 12/03/2014

Dear Clients,
Please see attached notification received from Coscon regarding the revision of THC in South Africa.
Please notify all parties concerned accordingly.

Best regards
Cosren Shipping Agency (Pty) Ltd
as agents for
COSCO CONTAINER LINES

SA THC Adjustment Notice 2014
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Adjustments of Inbound Demurrage rates in SA

Cosren 11/03/2014

Dear Clients,
Please find attached notification received from Coscon regarding the adjustment if inbound demurrage in South Africa.
Please ensure that all parties are notified accordingly.

Best regards
Marketing Department
Cosren Shipping Agency (Pty) Ltd
As agents for
COSCO CONTAINER LINES

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Cosren Cartage Rates 2014/2015

Cosren 05/02/2014

Please be advised that Cosren's Cartage rates for Johannesburg and Pretoria for  2014/2015 is now available.

New Cartage tariff is effective the Ital Fulgida 048W ETA Durban.
Please contact Cosren Import department should you require a copy.

Best regards
Cosren Marketing Department
as agents for
Cosco Container Lines

Cartage Rate 2014/2015 - JHB Cartage Rate 2014/2015 - PTA
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Cosren Landside Tariff 2014/2015

Cosren 14/01/2014

Please see attached Cosren's landside tariff for 2014/2015.

The attached landside tariff will be effective the Ital Fiducia 057W/E ETA Durban.

Please note that the Railage Tariff has not been confirmed as yet, and will be announced as soon as confirmed.
Best regards

Cosren Marketing Department
as agents for
Cosco Container Lines

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