Applicable Rates and Charges - Amerijet

  1. RATES
    1. Rates and charges for carriage governed by this tariff are those duly published herein as Annex A (Needs to have a link to Annex A) by Carrier and in revisions thereof and supplements hereto. Also see Tariff Rates
    2. All Shipments are subject to the rates and charges published in this tariff and, are in effect on the date a Shipment is tendered to Carrier for transportation under the terms and conditions of these Rules and Regulations
  2. AIRPORT TO AIRPORT -  Rates and charges published herein apply only from airport to airport.
  3. PRECEDENCE OF RATES AND CHARGES
    1. Where a local rate is established for application over a particular route from point of origin to destination, such rate is applicable over such route notwithstanding that it is higher or lower than the aggregate of intermediate rates over such route.
    2. An exception rating to the general commodity rate, are based on a percentage of the general commodity rate, removes the application of the general commodity rate, on the same quantity of the same article or commodity (in the same package or shipping form) from and to the same points over the same route. Also see Annex A. (Needs to have a link to Annex A)
    3. A specific commodity rate removes the application of the general commodity rate and the exception rating to the general commodity rate on the same quantity of the same article or commodity (in the package or shipping form) from and to the same points over the same route.
  4. QUANTITY DISCOUNTS - When two or more rates subject to different minimum quantities are provided on the same commodity in the same shipping form and to the same point over the same route, the lower of the two charges specified below shall be applied as follows:
    1. The charge computed on the quantity shipped at the rate applicable to such quantity; or
    2. The charge computed on the next greater quantity for which a lower rate is provided at the rate applicable to such greater quantity.
  5. MIXED SHIPMENTS - Will be assessed as follows:
    1. When the weight for each commodity subject to a different rate is indicated separately on the Air Waybill; on the actual or dimensional weight of each identified commodity in the Shipment at the rate applicable to the chargeable weight of the entire Shipment and subject to the highest minimum weight applicable to any rate used in rating the Shipment.
    2. When the weight for each commodity is not indicated separately on the Air Waybill; on the chargeable weight of the entire Shipment at the highest rate and minimum charge applicable to the commodity in the Shipment.
    3. Valuation charges for mixed Shipments shall be assessed on the basis of the declared value for carriage of the entire Shipment.
  6. CHARGES FOR WEIGHT (Actual or Dimensional) -Transportation charges will be assessed on the gross weight of the Shipment based on the greater of the actual weight or the cubic dimensional weight determined as follows:
    1. International Air Freight: Pounds-cubic inches; except as noted, when applicable rates and charges are published per pound or for stated numbers of pounds, charges will be assessed on the gross weight of the consignment. Volume for International freight weight (cubic dimensional weight) will be determined on the basis of one pound for each 166 cubic inches or fraction thereof.
    2. U.S. Domestic Air Freight: Pounds-cubic inches; except as noted, when applicable rates and charges are published per pound or for stated numbers of pounds, charges will be assessed on the gross weight of the consignment. Volume for U.S. Domestic freight weight (cubic dimensional weight) will be determined on the basis of one pound for each 194 cubic inches or fraction thereof. 
    3. Cubic Measurements: will be based on the greatest rectangular dimensions of each package, or where packages are tied together, on the greatest rectangular dimensions of the tied group of packages. Greatest rectangular dimensions will be based on the greatest height times the greatest width times greatest length of the package(s).
  7. DISPOSITION OF FRACTIONS
    1. When the combination of rates or charges result in an amount ending in a fraction of a cent, such fraction will be increased to the next higher cent.
    2. In computing cubic dimensions, fractions of more than an inch will be considered one inch.
    3. Fractions of a pound will be assessed at the charge for the next higher pound.
  8. CONSTRUCTION OF UNPUBLISHED RATES AND CHARGES -When the rate or charge between any two points is not specifically published, such rate or charge will be constructed in accordance with the following:
    1. Minimum Charges: When a through minimum charge applicable to the carriage is not specified, apply the lowest combination of minimum charges applicable to the respective portions of carriage.
    2. International General Commodity Rates may be combined with any domestic rates or with any other international general commodity rates.
    3. International Specific Commodity Rates may be combined with any domestic rates.
  9. SERVICES NOT INCLUDED IN PUBLISHED RATES AND CHARGES - Published rates and charges cover the carriage of consignments by air between airports or other landing places at or near the point shown in the Carrier's tariffs. Except as otherwise specifically provided in Carrier's tariffs, such published rates specifically and charges do not include the following services or charges:
    1. Pick-up, delivery and city terminal services to and from the airport from which Carrier operates;
    2. Storage charges;
    3. Insurance charges:
    4. Accessorial Charges, include but are not limited to: Fuel Surcharge, Security Fee, Imports Fees, Consolidation Fees, Freight Collect Charges, S.E.D. Preparation, Air Waybill and S.E.D. preparation charges, CCA Charges, Arms Special Handling, PBA fees, Fish Pads, Dry and Cold Storage Fees, Tie Down Charges, etc.
    5. Expenses incurred in clearing the cargo through customs;
    6. Origin/Destination Agency and/or Government and/or Airport and/or 3rd Party Warehousing and Handing/Storage charges;
    7. Expenses incurred during pickup or delivery of goods;
    8. Charges or penalties imposed or collected by government authority, includes duties and taxes;
    9. Expenses incurred by Carrier in repairing faulty packaging;
    10. Charges for carriage of cargo forwarded, transshipped or re-forwarded by any other transportation service, or returned to point of origin.