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Re: Container shipping out of England
« Reply #15 on: October 05, 2011, 02:33:16 AM »

Of course the British seem so proper and well-mannered.


The fuck!

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Sorry, couldn't resist...
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Re: Container shipping out of England
« Reply #16 on: October 05, 2011, 02:35:57 AM »
Now we don't want to stir up controversy do we????  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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Re: Container shipping out of England
« Reply #17 on: October 05, 2011, 03:35:12 PM »
LOL !! and more LOL
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Re: Container shipping out of England
« Reply #18 on: October 14, 2011, 08:58:35 PM »
Well its been a little time  for a solid quote,looks like we have it!
If some one knows about all the add on FEES then add your 2 cents
looks like everyone else is (adding 2 cents or more)
Jeff

Good morning.

Rates are as follows..... (pls note I am waiting on news whether the S.S. Line destination THC is included in the ocean freight rates below - will advise once I receive the reply)



                            20ft                  40ft


Port to Catoosa OK 74015
Freight:             US$ 3450.00    US$ 3550.00
Baf                    US$ 393.00      US$ 766.00
CAF                  US$ 133.00      US$ 190.00
AMS                 US$ 50.00        US$ 50.00



Port to Chase KS
Freight:            US$ 3550.00    US$ 3800.00
Baf                   US$ 393.00      US$ 766.00
CAF                  US$ 133.00      US$ 190.00
AMS                 US$ 50.00        US$ 35.00



Port to Houston
Freight:            US$ 2650.00    US$ 2800.00
Baf                   US$ 393.00      US$ 766.00
CAF                  US$ 133.00      US$ 190.00
AMS                 US$ 50.00        US$ 50.00

Destination charges:

Handling $75.00

Security $25.00

Courier $35.00

Wharfage $59.00 per cont

Customs clearance $165.00

ISF filing $85.00 (complete ISF information required minimum of 72 business hours before sailing)

Duties - at cost based on Harmonized Tarriff # and value

Harbor maintenance, Merchandise Processing fees -  (based on value of goods)

       HMF is 0.125% of value   MPF is 0.21% of value<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

 Customs Bond - at cost (required if Importer does not have a Customs Bond in place)

Customs ordered Exam fees at cost (if applicable)

 


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Re: Container shipping out of England
« Reply #19 on: October 15, 2011, 03:12:22 AM »
Homeland Security vacis exam is mandatory and ranges from $85 to $250,
Any detention time at the port, or at terminal, or at destination is added, can be $75 per hour, can be $100 per day if problems arise,
Any special handling of paperwork will invoke multiples of the courier and handling fees, it is common if any mistakes are made or if someone fails their duty,
FedEx delivery costs for the various fees that must be delivered to at least 2 of the agencies involved aside from commitments by the broker and agent,

These fees are assuming best case, single bond-single owner, and no customs delays, no delivery problems.

Allow $1,000 extra for the unexpected and you will be in the accurate range of what it actually costs to close one of these shipments.

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Re: Container shipping out of England
« Reply #20 on: October 15, 2011, 07:01:44 PM »
What are Baf, CAF & AMS? I don't see them defined anywhere, just curious.


I'll try to get a crating guesstimate this week...
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Re: Container shipping out of England
« Reply #21 on: October 15, 2011, 07:41:28 PM »
Ade, I think the crating will only be required for the finished "show" engines. At the rates quoted we will likely go with the 40' and just tie everything down in one layer.

I will have to look up those various acronyms... mostly a lot of shipper jargon to keep us confused!  :laugh:

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Re: Container shipping out of England
« Reply #22 on: October 16, 2011, 04:06:16 AM »
What a tragedy that you can't figure out something light to put in the top three feet of the containers.  Free shipping for something.

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Re: Container shipping out of England
« Reply #23 on: October 16, 2011, 04:31:09 AM »
Well, LowGear, any ideas? What do they have in England that we need over here? All I can think of is more Listers! How about Gold Bullion? - nope that might damage the Listers!  :o

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Re: Container shipping out of England
« Reply #24 on: October 16, 2011, 08:32:15 AM »
Don't forget that all lumber must be fumigated and stamped.

I'm sure I could find a Lister powered autotruck or dumper to park in there and then we could load the bed with engines...  Maybe even one of those very cool rollers like the one that went through a couple of months ago...

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Re: Container shipping out of England
« Reply #25 on: October 16, 2011, 09:49:44 AM »
Carpets

Buy n Sells

I'll get back to you in a couple of days.

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Re: Container shipping out of England
« Reply #26 on: October 16, 2011, 11:54:31 AM »
What are Baf, CAF & AMS? I don't see them defined anywhere, just curious.

Gentlemen,

these are the terms

Bunker Adjustment Factor
Currency Adjustment Factor
Automatic Manifest System

in my country, we now have to pay an additional...EBA....emergency bunker adjustment for export.

Dieselgman, pls consider the weight out capacity of the container. most destination in Asia i am familiar with weight out at 22MT. anything more is a no go and will be subjected to heavy fines.

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Re: Container shipping out of England
« Reply #27 on: October 16, 2011, 02:39:51 PM »
Very good point about weights Startomatic. I have already been working on that. We must get the total gross weight within our US road limitations here or we face fairly large excess costs and delays unloading that container at the port. Transloading is no fun, especially for a weird lot like this one. Everything will be handled basically by hand because we will not have the normal tidy pallets and crates that can be quickly handled otherwise. Drayage and warehouse costs can be 1,000s extra.

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Re: Container shipping out of England
« Reply #28 on: October 16, 2011, 05:25:38 PM »
We have one more quote that I know of that still needs show up.Its the same place that Mike got a price from about one year ago.
Ade can you get a weight on the 6 engines of mine and any others you have that are going?
I have told shipper that load is About 22,000 lbs (close ?)
Also Ade if you find or have any Whitworth tools that we may need get em ill paypal you we will toss them in.
I did email Mike and asked him to talk to his Mates at Blackpool about loading the box ,no word yet?
 I got all but one with numbers Per your email ADE is that right?

YA fr2 WHAT WAS I THINKEN

 The numbers are as follows (year of manufacture in brackets):
 
The complete start-o-matic is no: 6239 6-1 6 (1956)
The FR2 is: 721 FR2 26 (1976)       
The VA is: 815 VA 10 (1960)
 
Of your 3 plain CSs, only 2 have visible numbers. I'll have a look tomorrow
to see if I can spot the numbers on the flywheel of the missing one.
 
So, the others are:
 
CS45705 (1943)
1873 5-1 3 (1953)
<missing plate> <unknown>
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Re: Container shipping out of England
« Reply #29 on: October 16, 2011, 05:51:37 PM »
We will need them to quote the maximum weights! Do not have them low-balling based on some figure that is guessed! The actual weight could come back to haunt us in the pocketbook! Container tare weight - 40' is likely 10 to 12,000# but I can't remember that figure exactly.

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