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The standard Trade Terms of Pacific Star Group- Notification for shipper about booking.

  1. Any cargo claim is handled in accordance with the standard clauses printed on the back of the bill of lading, as well as Pacific Star Group standard trading terms and conditions.
  2. The shipper should check and confirm the condition of the empty container(s) upon pick up. If there’s no description of damages on the E.I.R. (Equipment Interchange Receipt) which signed by the shipper, the shipper is responsible for any consequence caused by container condition. Pacific Star Group is not liable for it.
  3. The shipper should instruct the driver to load/ unload the cargo with care, pay extra attention to weather conditions and to properly verify the conditions of the cargo with the warehouse tallymen.
  4. The shipper should notify the carrier if the cargo is D.G. Cargo, or chemical and also present a letter of guarantee. The cargo should also be packed in accordance with I.M.O.(International Maritime Organization) regulations and carrier's specific instructions. If any damages occur because of shipper's negligence to notify the carrier or to pack the cargo properly, the shipper is liable to any punitive charges or claim by the carrier. 

  5. The shipper should insure the cargo regardless of shipping CFS or CY type cargo. The scope should cover General Average and Factory to destination warehouse.

  6. If the cargo is effected, blocked or delayed mis-declaration or improper/incomplete information with regard to cargo description, quantity, gross weight (VGM), or insufficient documentation, the shipper or consignee is liable for all the damages caused to Pacific Star Group and/or any other third party.

  7. The cargo's weight and measurement is determined by a third party surveyor. In case of a dispute, the shipper may request a re-measurement. If the new measurement is same as the previous measurement, the fee is to be paid by the shipper. 

  8. All goods in pallet packaging, must have cover over the top of the goods and stands on each corner. The goods and the pallet must be strip together otherwise it will be remarked insufficient packing on the cargo receipt. Oversized or overweight cargo should be given prior notice in writing the correct size and weight. Shipper is liable for packing the cargo in accordance with I.M.O.(International Maritime Organization) regulations. The shipper shall bear any extra charges due to the overweight or oversize nature of the cargo.

  9. If the inherent characteristic of the cargo damages the container or third party’s cargos, the shipper will be responsible for the expenses of cleaning and repairing the container as well as the compensation to the third party.

  10. The E.T.D. and E.T.A. are according to the actual carrier’s announcement on the shipping news paper, and may be changed at any time; please pay close attention to it. The shipper shall notify the carrier in advance if the shipment is exhibition goods or has any special shipping requirements. Once the shipment is accepted, the carrier will do necessary arrangement but do not promise 100% on time sailing schedule as all time of departure and time of arrival are estimated; please note that the carrier has the right to change E.T.D. and E.T.A. at any time without notices. In any case, if the shipment is shut out under actual carrier’s authority, carrier will not be responsible for the result. For sailing schedule please refer to http://

  11. Telex release and amendments on booking details must be informed through written notice by the shipper or follow carrier’s request and instructions. The verbal notice is not acceptable. 

  12. The actual address of the notify party on B/L must be correct and provided in written notice by the shipper in order to avoid delay of cargo delivery. The shipper will be responsible for any expense caused by delay of cargo delivery, e.g. demurrage and detention. 

  13. The shipper shall not mark R.O.C. (REPUBLIC OF CHINA) for any export shipments to Mainland China area. It does not allow smuggling any book, newspaper, magazine in Chinese and personal belongings…etc. in the container. If the mentioned above items in container cause any loss or additional cost or delay resulting from China customs examination, inspection, hold in custody, confiscation or rejection of importation, the shipper will be fully responsible. If overnight fees, charge on detention of trucks and other expenses occur, the shipper will be responsible.

  14. For CY shipment, the clause " shipper's load, count and seal" will be added onto the bill of lading,the shipper shall be careful of weight balance and proper lashing when loading the container to avoid any damage. Any cost resulting from above mentioned will be under shipper’s account. For CFS shipment, the shipper shall not intentionally pack the cargos in an unusual way to hinder the carrier from loading the container; if any damage to the cargos or third party’s cargos resulted from the unusual packing, the shipper will be responsible.

  15. Bill of Lading (B/L) is a document of title, the shipper shall keep it with extra care. The shipper shall inform the carrier in advance if requiring special ways of receiving the B/L; otherwise the carrier is not responsible for hand delivery. The carrier is also not responsible for any additional free service like sending the B/L by registered mail. Beside, the Shipper shall request his negotiating bank or his courier service company to be responsible for the cost of reissuing B/L and related liabilities when they lost the negotiating document (B/L) under their possession.

  16. The carrier will not indicate the actual cargo's value on B/L. The compensation of none declare cargo value will be according to unit limitation liability of Maritime law or related regulation. If excess value is made under column of "EXCESS VALUE DECLARATION" REFERING TO CLAUSE 8(3) ON REVERSE SIDE. Other than this column, the indication of the value of the cargo won’t be recognized and no any effect to the carrier. 

  17. The shipper has to follow the regulation of copyright and trade mark on all import and export cargos to avoid detention by customs.

  18. Shipper who asks for Master (actual carrier) B/L through booking agent, shipper still needs to perform the responsibility.

  19. Shipper must use strong & solid lash and pack it with wooden/ crate or pallet of machine content, and book on CY/FCL service basis. The carrier will not be held responsible of carrying machine cargo. Same as flat rack and open top container.

  20. For any door delivery, the cargo weight must comply with the rules of local highway patrol request. Otherwise, the penalty shall be for shipper or consignee’s account. The carrier reserves the right to amend to other destination on this over weight shipment. 

  21. If the shipper need assistance with the import ISF service of all shipment to the U.S. territory, shipper must inform with writing and provide (ISF POA) with correct information before customs clearance, otherwise, the fine will be responsibility of the shipper or consignee.

  22. All shipment exports to Shanghai (AFR), Xiamen(AFR), Japan(AFR), Europe(ENS), United State (AMS), must follow the custom regulation before export. The applicant must submit the correct information including receiver and item names on time to avoid delay fee. 

  23. All shipment of CFS–CY/ CY-CFS, our company is only responsible to arrange loading process. Carrier is not liable for the content of packing.







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