Standard Tariffs

 

PREFACE

 

SHORT TITLE

This tariff is published by Batumi International Container Terminal LLC (BICT) and is generally referred to as the BICT Standard Tariff.

 

APPLICATION

The tariff applies to services provided by BICT. For tariff for services not included herein please contact BICT management. Actual charges may vary depending on properties of the cargo. Interpretation of the tariff belongs to BICT.

 

TERMS OF BUSINESS

Services provided under this tariff are subject to the Terms of Business published separately by BICT.

 

NOTICE TO PUBLIC

This tariff is notice to the public that the rates and charges contained in the tariff apply to all users who don’t have separate agreement with BICT. In addition to the charges contained herein, vessels and cargo will be subject to dues and taxes as published from time to time by Batumi Sea Port and the Government Authorities of Georgia.

 

RIGHTS RESERVED

Batumi International Container Terminal LLC reserves the right to furnish all equipment, supplies and materials, and to perform all services in connection with the container operation in Batumi Seaport.

 

CHARGES

The charges prescribed in this tariff are in addition to any other tariff, notice or law or any other charges that may be owing to or levied by the Batumi Sea Port (BSP). It also excludes any taxes that may be levied by the Georgia Tax Authorities such as Value Added Tax (VAT).

 

CURRENCY

The currency of this tariff is US Dollar.

 

PAYER

Payer for the services is the party requesting services if not agreed otherwise.

 

STORAGE CHARGES

Storage charges for Full Import containers will be collected from consignee.
​Storage charges for Full Export, Transshipment and Reefer charges will be collected from the shipping line.

 

 

 

DEFINITIONS

Company

Batumi International Container terminal LLC (BICT)

 

Carrier

vessel owners, operators, charterers or their agents

 

CY

container terminal and yards or any other area within Batumi Sea Port allocated for use by BICT

 

Direct Delivery

the transferring of cargo between vessel or container and road or rail transport without being grounded in CY

 

FCL

Full Container Load – a loaded and sealed container received or delivered by BICT

 

LCL

Less than Container Load – a container stuffed or stripped by BICT covered by two or more Bills of Lading

 

Free Time

a period of time during which containers or cargo may be left in the CY without incurring storage charges

 

Freight tone

one tone of cargo of 1000 kg or 1 cubic meter whichever is the greater

 

Restow

the movement of container or cargo from one stowage position to another

 

Transshipment

containers or cargo transferred from one vessel to another without leaving the port, charged to first carrier

 

Transit Cargo

cargo that is reloaded on the terminal from one land transport to another

 

Stevedoring

moving of container or cargo from vessel to CY or vice versa

 

Handling

receiving or delivering of containers or cargo to/from land transport

 

Manipulation

moving of containers or cargo within CY e.g. for stripping, inspection, etc.

 

Storage time

storage time starts on the day vessel completes discharging for import or on the day container or cargo is received on the terminal for export

 

OOG

Out Of Gauge

 

IMDG

International Maritime Dangerous Goods

 

 

CONTAINERS

 

No

ITEM

Unit

FULL

EMPTY

20’

40’

20’

40’

IMPORT / EXPORT

1

THC

Pc

232

262

162

182

2

Restow on board

Pc

70

90

45

65

3

Restow via quay

Pc

100

120

60

80

4 Gate Fee Pc 15 15 free free
             

5

Hatch covers out&in

Pc

150

6

Lashing bin containers out&in

Pc

150

7

Lashing or unlashing containers

Pc

10

 

 

STORAGE

 

 

 

 

 

8

1st to 5th day

Day

Free

Free

1

2

9

6th to 10th day

Day

3.30

4.40

2

3

10

11th to 20th day

Day

4.40

6.60

3

4

11

21st and over

Day

8.80

10.10

8

10

 

TRANSSHIPMENT

12

Stevedoring

Pc

220

275

120

165

 

 

STORAGE

 

 

 

 

 

13

1st to 5th day

Day

Free

Free

Free

Free

14

6th and over

Day

10

20

8

15

 

OTHER

15

Reefer plug in & unplug

Pc

36

16

Reefer Storage

Day

31

 

17

Manipulation (yard move)

Pc

40

50

20

30

18

Lift off or Lift on

Pc

30

50

20

30

19

Folding Flat Rack

Pc

n/a

n/a

11

23

20

Idle time

Hour

180

 

 

 

 

21

Cleaning container

Pc

10

22

Testing reefer container excluding 15,16

Pc

56

 

23

Surcharge for IMDG cargo

%

50

24

Surcharge for OOG containers

%

50

 

 

 

 

25

Surcharge for Public Holidays

%

25

26 Placement or removal of IMO stickers Pc 10
27 Placement or removal of Genset Pc 10

Remarks:

  • THC includes discharge/load from/to vessel plus discharge/load from/to land transport

  • Gate Fee applies to all full containers discharged from the vessel and gate our by the truck. Tariff doesn't apply to empty, export and to those containers that are stripped/stuffed by the Container Terminal in Batumi Sea Port in the territory controlled by the terminal.

  • IMDG cargo class 1 and 7 – storage is not allowed on the terminal; shippers, consignees should arrange for direct delivery in agreement with authorities.

  • Reefer power charges may change without previous advice – subject to the provider decision to alter tariff.

  • No free storage days apply for reefer containers. Reefer Containers are excempt from storage fee only when/if: a) reefer container gates out or is stripped latest next day from discharge date provided that last discharge for the related vessel is 18:00 hours local time or later; b) reefer container gates out or is stripped on the same day it was discharged from the vessel.

 

FERRY SERVICES​

 

No

ITEM

Unit

FULL

EMPTY

 

Discharging or loading from/to ferry

 

 

 

1

Rail wagon with subtropical citrus

Pc

90

Free

2

Rail wagon

Pc

133

Free

3

Vehicle below 5 tons (car, jeep, van)

Pc

28

4

Vehicle above 5 tons

Pc

84

5

Passenger

Person

2

6

Caterpillar machinery below 40 tons

Pc

509

7

Caterpillar machinery above 40 tons

Pc

764

8

Other cargoes, machinery

Freight tone

6

 

 

Terminal assistance for operations

 

 

9

Operator – driver

Vehicle

6

10

Terminal tug

Roll Trailer

99

11

Forklift

Lift

25

 

 

 

 

12

Idle time

Hour

634

13 Prking services of vehicles   below 5 tons above 5 tons
13.1 Access to the parking (including next day of access) Pc /Day Free Free
13.2 from 3rd to 10th day Pc/Day 10 20
13.3 from 11th day onward Pc/Day 20 40
14 Preparation of Act of reloading/inspection    
14.1 transport mean below 5 tons Pc/Day 20

14.2

transport mean above 5 tons Pc/Day 40

 

Remarks:

  • Idle time calculated from mooring till unmooring.

  • Idle time will only be applied from the time when respective agreement is reached.

 

GENERAL CARGO 

 

 

Remarks:

  • Tariffs to be agreed separately according to the specification of cargo

 

Container Freight Station – CFS

 

 

 

No

ITEM

Unit

FULL

EMPTY

20’

40’

20’

40’

 

Stripping or loading to land transport

 

 

 

 

 

1

Palletized/unitized cargo

Pc

77

118

n/a

n/a

2

Non palletized / non unitized cargo

Pc

123

164

n/a

n/a

 

Stripping-direct delivery from container

 

 

 

 

 

3

Palletized/unitized cargo

Pc

113

174

n/a

n/a

4

Non palletized / non unitized cargo

Pc

185

246

n/a

n/a

5

Wheeled vehicle below 5t

Pc

31

 

Transferring cargo between containers

 

 

 

 

 

6

Palletized/unitized cargo

Pc

169

261

n/a

n/a

7

Non palletized / non unitized cargo

Pc

277

369

n/a

n/a

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

Loading or unloading rail wagon

Pc

410

9 Railcar Storage Pc/Day 20

 

 

STORAGE per FREIGHT TONE

 

Warehouse

Open Space

10

1st to 5th day

Day

Free

Free

11

6th to 10th day

Day

2.20

1.10

12

11th to 20th day

Day

4.40

2.20

13

21st and over

Day

6.60

3.30

  Storage of Wheeled Vehicle above 5 t   Open Space
14 1st to 2nd day Day Free
15 3rd to 12th day Day 20
16 13th and over Day 40

 

Others

17

Reception for storage

Declaration

20

18

Weighting

Vehicle

10

19

Transit cargo from truck to wagon

Freight Tone

7.50

20

Cargo loading or discharging

Freight Tone

8

21

Assistance (2 Dockers)

30 minutes

21

22

Access to the territory 

per entry

15

23

20’ container for car stripping – manipulation to and from stripping area

Pc

15.50

24

40’ container for car stripping – manipulation to and from stripping area

Pc

21

25

Surcharge for IMDG cargo discharging or loading

%

50

26

Surcharge for Public Holidays

%

25

27 Berthing of the vessels on berths 4,5 & 6 hour

50

28 Customs Inspection of container (loading/unloading) Pc 80
29 Customs Inspection of 20' Container (visual inspection or taking samples) Pc 50

30

Customs Inspection of 40' Container (visual inspection or taking samples) Pc 70
31 Loading of car Pc 10
32 Stripping of container loaded with vehicles without queue per container 500
33 Loft-on/Delivery of non-run and drive car Pc 10
  Parking services of wheeled vehicles discharged from containers   open space
34 Discharging day and next two days Pc/day Free
35 4th to 10th day from discharging Pc/day 10
36 from 11th day from discharging Pc/day 30

 

Remarks:

  • Minimum chargeable amount for storage is 1 Freight Tone

  • Wheeled vehicle below 5t are considered to have 3 Freight Tones for storage

  • Stripping rates do not include manipulation of containers to and from stripping area

  • Point 20 – means loading cargo to mean of transport from storage or discharging for storage from transport mean

  • Point 21 – in case use of forklift is necessary it is free of charge

 

About us
International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) is in the business of acquiring, developing, managing and operating container ports and terminals worldwide.

Established in December 1987 in the Philippines, ICTSI has become a leading operator, innovator and pioneer in its field. After consolidating and strengthening our base and flagship operations at the Manila International Container Terminal in the Philippines, we realized the potential for an independent international terminal operator like ourselves, and launched an aggressive international and domestic expansion program in 1994.

We have a track record that confirms our ability to rapidly adapt to different operating environments, and to add substantial value to our operated terminals by enhancing their efficiency at every level. We also have the proven ability to perform beyond the expectations of central and regional governments of a privatization process, spanning both developed and emerging economies.
25
Years of
experience
29
Container
Terminals
21
Countries
across the world
BICT is a modern, state of the art container handling, dry bulk handling and ferry facility at the Port of Batumi, GE. Belonging to the ICTSI group, BICT offers world class port services, deploying a leading edge in port technology in equipment, infrastructure and IT systems, and a highly skilled workforce ready to serve clients 24/7
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