Import Local Charges
1. GENERAL : LOCAL CHARGES PORT OF DISCHARGE ANTWERP
All local charges are for the account of the receiver of the container unless otherwise contractually specified.
Actually EUR 11 per container. In Antwerp ISPS charges are applicable to all containers and must be paid before the release of the container.
1.2 Terminal Handling Charge
Terminal Handling Charge is applicable to any import container being discharged. The rate is Euro 160 x dry container and Euro 280 x reefer container.
1.3 Storage Charges
Applicable at POD Antwerp/POD Zeebrugge & valid for ALL IMPORT CONTAINERS coming from ALL ORIGINS.
Quay Rent free time starts after day of discharge. Thereafter costs are involved until pick-up data.
STANDARD, SPECIAL EQUIPMENT, REEFERS CNTRS
|Free time||7 days||7 days|
|8th to 15th day (8)||8||16|
|16th to 30th day (15)||16||32|
1.4 Demurrage Charges
All containers who are being discharged in Antwerp are subjected to the application of the Standard Demurrage Regulations of the Port of Antwerp.
|Customer Size Type||Free Days||1st Period||1st Rate||2nd Period||2nd Rate||Thereafter Rate|
|Applies To: While in port and with customer|
|20DV||7 calendar days||7 days||€ 20,00||-||-||€ 40,00|
|40DV||7 calendar days||7 days||€ 40,00||-||-||€ 80,00|
|40HC||7 calendar days||7 days||€ 40,00||-||-||€ 80,00|
|20SP||7 calendar days||7 days||€ 30,00||-||-||€ 60,00|
|40SP||7 calendar days||7 days||€ 60,00||-||-||€ 120,00|
|20RE||2 working days||7 days||€ 60,00||-||-||€ 90,00|
|40RE||2 working days||7 days||€ 80,00||-||-||€ 110,00|
|40HR||2 working days||7 days||€ 100,00||-||-||€ 130,00|
1.5 Reefer Containers - Plugging
On top of Demurrage & Storage and applicable on all export t° controled containers
Plugging, Monitoring & Electricity Supply on quay
1.6 Dropp Off Charges
All containers should be returned empty to the proper depot indicated on the delivery order. Any exception must be requested by writing to the proper Import Line Department of MSC Belgium. Drop Off Charges are applicable. Tariffs can be received upon request.
1.7 Documentation Fee :
All containers are subjected to:
2. ONCARRIAGE CARRIER HAULAGE
2.1 Weight Limitation
For oncarriage cargo via Antwerp to inland points, following weight restrictions apply
If a container is trucked from Antwerp to the Netherlands, it will always have to cross the Belgian roads and it is therefore automatically limited to the Belgian weight rules
BARGE / TRUCK :
12m wagon : max 27t (incl container tare weight)
18m wagon : max 58t (incl container tare weight)
In case the container exceeds the weight limitations, the shipper remains responsible at all times
2.2 Oncarriage Rates
For inland pricing only, please apply to Medlog N.V. For operational and documentation matters, please address yourself by writing to the proper Line Department of MSC Belgium N.V.
Oncarriage rates never include any additional cost (Cfr. Infra) unless otherwise specified. For oncarriage through Antwerp to inland points the oncarriage amount has to be stated separately in the manifest together with the mode of transport to be used.
Cigarettes / spirits and any other commodity subject to excise duty, can not move on through BL via Antwerp by truck
Issuing T1 doc : € 55/doc Extra attention: no transitdocument can be issued for removal goods, cars and any commodity subject to excise duty by MSC Belgium. In that case a local broker must be appointed by the client.
2.4 Additional Charges related to Inland Haulage effected by the Carrier
Clients should be informed that the following extra charges might occur at destination for inland haulage effected by the carrier
1) All charges will be in EUR.
2) As per expenses: the exact amount depends from requirements and location. Therefore, the exact amount should always be requested by writing to the Import Line Department.
3) If any of above charges is included in the oncarriage rate, it should be clearly indicated
3. SURVEY OF EXTRA SERVICES PROVIDED AT PORT OF ANTWERP
MSC Belgium N.V provides several additional services. Some of them are mandatory due to Official Port Regulations, others are only effected on request. Although mandatory services are being effected without pre-advise the charges are for the receiver's account.
3.1 Customs Services and Charges
3.1.1 Import – custom documents
- Goods of EU origin: original T2L documentation to be handed over to Customs office prior to date of pick-up of containers;
- European transhipment cargo with C- status: copy of the T2L document has to be in our possession at the time of arrival of the vessel. Failure to comply may cause fines that will be at all times for account of the booking party
- Goods of non-EU origin: transit documentation or custom entry forms to be presented to custom office at arriving berth, for verification and validation, prior to date of pick-up of containers. Additional info to be obtained on case by case basis
3.1.2 Custom transit documents for import shipments arriving at the port of Antwerp Please see:
- MSC Local Requirements or
- Contact Mr. J. Moerenhout (MSC Belgium NV)
3.1.3 Custom services and charges
3.2 Security Services and Charges
Customs Authorities are entitled to select at random a number of containers for scanning without the obligation of an official notice. Extra expenses are for account of the cargo.
Pick-up before scanning: fine of minimum EUR 1.250,00 per container
3.3 Special Services and Charges
4. SPECIAL REGULATIONS REGARDING SPECIFIC COMMODITIES
4.1 Veterinary / Fytosanitary Products
Please see MSC Local Requirements Belgium or contact Mrs. K. van der Kruisen (email@example.com) for the procedure and tariffs.
4.2 Hazardous Cargo
As per guidelines of IMDG code, provisions in force & MSC Policy.
- MSC Local Requirements Belgium
For any specific information regarding the regulations of hazardous cargo in the port of Antwerp, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
4.3 Military Cargo
Please see MSC Local Requirements Belgium or contact Mr. C. Bauwens (MSC Belgium N.V.) for the procedure.
Please see MSC Local Requirements Belgium or do contact Mr. C. Bauwens (MSC Belgium N.V.) for the procedure.
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