Port Tariff

General and Bulk Cargo

1. Imports
        1.1 Tolls on Imports
        1.2 Storage Charges

2. Exports
       2.1 Tolls on Exports
       2.2 Storage Charges

3. Reshipment
        3.1 Tolls on Reshipment
        3.2 Storage Charges

4. Other Charges  

Ports of Aden, Little Aden, Mukalla, Nishtun
Marine Charges:

Amended Marine Charges that will be effective from 1st September 2002 can be viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader:

Terminal Handling Charges (Containers)  

Joint Stevedoring Company


General and Bulk Cargo
1. Imports
1.1 Tolls on Imports

MT: Metric Tonnes (1000Kg)

  Type of Cargo

 Unit Price/MT in YR

(i)

Wheat / Flour

7

(ii)

Others

20

General Cargo, Minerals, Machines, Equipment, Construction Materials.

50

 

Uncleaned, Harmful and Chemical Materials as :
Remej, Gypsum, Asphalt and other Chemical Materials which enter in this class.

70

 

Timber, Iron and Cement.

35

 

Dangerous, and Inflammable Cargo in Accordance with International Standard.

100

 

Petroleum Products Except  Crude Oil

10

 

Crude Oil

5

 

Livestock

 

(i)

Bovines and the like

25

(ii)

Sheep and the like

5

1.2 Storage Charges

Description

Unit price in (YR) per MT

Closed Shed

Open Shed

First week

50

10

Next 30 days

10

2

Thereafter

15

3


2. Exports

2.1 Tolls on Exports

Type of Cargo

Unit Price/MT in YR

Salt exported from the stream berths

0.26

Salt exported from the wharf

1.00

Asphalt

5.00

Local production

5.00

Scrap iron

100


2.2 Storage Charges

 Description

Unit price in (YR) per MT

Closed Shed

Open Shed

First 5 days

Free

Free

Next 7 days

25

5

Next 30 days

5

1

Thereafter

7.5

1.5

Note: Regarding scrap, storage is charged YR20/MT from the day it entered the port.


3. Reshipment

3.1 Tolls on Reshipment

Any type of general and breakbulk cargo (import/export)                             US$ 1/MT

3.2 Storage Charges

 Description

Unit price in (US$) per MT

 

Closed Shed

Open Shed

First 21 days

Free

Free

Thereafter

0.50

0.10

 

4. Other Charges

1-  Port clearance – per ship US$ 25
2- Passenger handling charge – per embarking/disembarking           US$ 2
3- Telegrams and radio communications (VHF) charges:
          -Marine communication received/transmitted – per word 
          
VHF – per message

US$ 1
US$ 5
4- Issuance of a certificate or report requested by the ship;
-For local purposes
-For foreign purposes                                                        

YR 400
US$ 100
5- Manifest or other report correction charge, for either purpose    US$ 500
6- Charge to confirm cargo measurement       YR 500
7- Issuance of pass note – per case YR 20
8- Consignee will pay cleaning  charge –  per ton  for  the whole cargo   YR 0.5

 

Terminal Handling Charges (Containers)

IMPORTED CONTAINERS

(A) Tolls  

Description

YR/container

20 foot

700

40 foot

1400

Over 40 foot

1800


(B) Storage Charges Starts next day after the discharge completion of the ship and is as under;

Description

20 foot
YR/day

40 foot
YR/day

Over 40 foot
YR/day

First week

400

800

1000

Next 30 days

60

120

150

Thereafter

90

180

220

 

 

RE-EXPORTED CONTAINERS

(A) Tolls

Description

Full
US$/container

Empty
US$/container

20 foot

40

5

40 foot

80

10

Over 40 foot

100

13

(B) Storage Charges
i- Unloaded then Reshipped as is:  
Starts next day after the discharge completion of the ship and is as under;

Description

20 foot
US$/day

40 foot
US$/day

Over 40 foot
US$/day

First 15 days

Free

Free

Free

Thereafter

 

 

 

Full

5

10

13

Empty

3

6

9

ii- Unloaded full and reshipped empty:  
Starts next day after the discharge completion of the container or its return to the terminal empty is as under

Description

20 foot
US$/day

40 foot
US$/day

Over 40 foot
US$/day

First 15 days

Free

Free

Free

Next 15 days

2

4

5

Thereafter

4

8

10

 

SHIFTING

(A) Tolls

  • 20 foot US$40

  • 40 foot US$80

  • Over 40 foot                  US$100

GANTRY CRANE CHARGE

Description

20 foot

40 foot

Over 40 foot

US$/move

 

 

 

Full

95

135

200

Empty

50

60

80



OTHER CHARGES

1. Handling in the container yard:

i- 20 foot US$25
US$30

2. Loading [unloading, when returned back] a container on [from] the consignee's truck:

    i- 20 foot YR2500
    ii- 40 foot YR3500

3. per MT YR0.5
4. Weighing of container:per MT  YR46
5. Reefer electricity supply fees:
                   On ship's account per day
            i- 20 foot                    US$15
            ii- 40 foot                   US$22
            iii- over 40 foot         US$30
                 On consignee's account per day
           i- 20 foot                           YR1000
           ii- 40 foot                          YR2000
           iii- over 40 foot                YR1500
6. Stuffing/Stripping containers:
             On board the vessel
              i- 20 foot                  US$150
             ii- 40 foot                  US$220
         At the yard
              i- 20 foot                  YR7000
               ii- 40 foot                 YR9000


Joint Stevedoring Company

Tel/Fax: +967 (2) 243733 /  243867

All in US Dollars ($)

1. Bagged Cargo, all-inclusive, per MT weight:

4.00

2. Cement, Dates, Asphalt, Hides & Skins:

4.00

3. General Cargo, all-inclusive, per MT W/M:

4.50

4. Timber, per CBM ton :

4.50

5. Fertilizers and Lime in bags:

4.50

6. Frozen Cargo:

8.00

7. Hazardous Cargo / Explosives:

9.00

MISCELLANEOUS:

Extra Winch men or Guy men, per hour man:

2.00

Waiting time per gang, day hour:

30.00

Waiting time per gang, night hour:

40.00

Shifting (not involving use of lighters) per MT W/M:

5.50

Stitching, per day hour/man.

1.00

Opening/Closing hatches (per hatch):

40.00

Watchmen: per day or night, I 2hours or part thereof, per man:

12.00

NOTES:

The following additional will apply to rates quoted above:

Weekend Holiday: (Friday)

50%

Outer Harbour work:

50%

Public Holidays:

100%

   

LICHTERAGE:

US$ 1.00 per ton stevedoring US$1 7.5 barge hire per hour, This includes receiving cargo and lighterage plus discharging ashore.

N.B.

Extra Winch men are employed by the Master at his risk and expense.

Above are published prices. You are urged to contact the Joint Stevedoring Company for their latest prices.

Stevedoring Tariff applied at Yemen Ports
effective as from 01/10/1999.

Cargo Detail

Type Signified

Stevedoring Rate on board Vsls per W/MT Normal Working Hours

Stevedoring Rate for Shore labours (Jetty) per W/MT Normal Working Hours

YR

Fils

YR

Fils

Subsidized foodstuff + (Wheat & Flour

Rice, Sugar, Milk, coffee, Bran, etc....

Cement, Paints, Herbs, Spices and Alike

Chemicals, Gypsum, Urea, Acid & Alike

Boxes/ Cartons in several shapes, paper reels, Gas cylinders and Alike

All types of Timber (Red, White, Plywood)

Kenyan Wood, Wooden planks, pieces

Wooden poles

Steel - Folded or Straight Rods, Beams, Squared pipes. Plates and Alike...

Steel mesh, Galvanized steel, steel connections or Alike ....

Vehicles, Containers, Equipments, Generators, Oil Rigs and related, prefab Houses

Reefer cargo - meats All types (below - 0o )

Reefer cargo- Above -0O e.g. Eggs, Fruits and Alike 

Explosives (Dynamite), Related compound Materials

 

Bagged food Stuff

Bagged food Stuff

 Bagged food Stuff

Inflammables

 
General Cargo

 

Building Materials

= =

 
= =

= =

 

= =

 

Heavy lift

 

Reefer

 

Reefer

 Dangerous Materials

 

 

60


71

 
88

 
127


78

 

71

 
71

 
105

 71

 

116

 

48

 

 111

 

111

 142

 

 

 

60


71

 
88

 
127

 
111

 

78

 
119

 
105

78

 

158

 

63

 

158

 

95

142

 

 

Important to note the following:-

1.    100% of above tariff to be added on working during official holidays.

2.    50% of above tariff to be added on working during Fridays (Weekend)

    50% % of above tariff to be added when work carried out at anchorage or when carried out in deep tanks

4.    50% of above tariff to be added working after midnight any day

Stevedoring Rates applied at Yemen Ports for work engaged Onboard Vessels, Jetties & Shifting to Port Yards/Hangers.
Effective as from 01/10/1999

Stevedoring

YR/MT

Wheat & Wheat Flour

156

Food stuff onboard/alongside

187

Cement

210

Urea / Gypsum

370

General Cargo,,

225

  

Stevedoring at jetties alongside vessels (Direct Delivery or Shifting to Port’s Yards) 10% to be included (Shipping Agency Service).

 

YR/MT

Bagged Foodstuffs

80

Cement

88

Urea / Gypsum

140

All types of Reefer Cargo

122

General Cargo including General Bagged

122

Heavy lifts/Cars/Containers/Generators/ Ready Drilling Pipes

53

Timber & Plywood/Steel/Plates/Pipes

80

Wooden Poles

117

Steel & Steel Mesh

129

Explosives (Dynamite)

157

Bulk Wheat Packed by bagging machines alongside at jetty

80

 

Shifting & Sorting charges

YR

Red Timber

            444

Steel in all types

            222

White Wood

            125

General Cargo

            164

General Bagged Cargo

            309

Bagged Foodstuff

            280

 Charges for Mobile Units Arriving on Ro-Ro Vessels:

 

YR/Shifting/Unit

YR/Unloading/Unit

- Small Cars

585

140

- Big Cars

1053

140

- Trailers (without heads)

1170

140

- Trailers (with heads)

1638

234

- Rollers

1287

234

- Tractors

585

117

- Wheel Loaders

1053

234

- Excavators

1755

234

- Cranes

1404

234

- Heavy Chain Equipments

2340

234

If the vessel is not Ro-Ro stevedoring rates for direct delivery/shirting to be charged in Delivery Order.

 Cargo Delivery charges:

- General Cargo

YR 8/- per W.MT or CBM

- Steel & Pipes

YR 4/- Per W.MT

 



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