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					An Operation Manual
for Niver Lines Agents
       Second Edition




      Athens, March 2002
1.1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
 1.1       TABLE OF CONTENTS ....................................................................................................................2
 1.2       TERMS AND DEFINITIONS ..............................................................................................................4
 1.3       INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................................. 6
 1.4       NIVER INTERNAL STRUCTURE .......................................................................................................8
   1.4.1       Commercial ............................................................................................................................. 8
   1.4.2       Operations ............................................................................................................................. 10
       1.4.2.1          Voyage Number FC-Service ...................................................................................................... 10
       1.4.2.2          Standard Coding......................................................................................................................... 10
       1.4.2.3          Special Cargo Operations ........................................................................................................... 10
       1.4.2.4          Dangerous Cargo........................................................................................................................ 10
       1.4.2.5          Livestock .................................................................................................................................... 11
       1.4.2.6          Container Under Fumigation ...................................................................................................... 11
       1.4.2.7          Over-Height Container ............................................................................................................... 11
       1.4.2.8          Over-Width Or Over-Length Container ..................................................................................... 12
       1.4.2.9          Refrigerated Container ............................................................................................................... 12
   1.4.3       Logistics ................................................................................................................................. 13
       1.4.3.1          Empties repositioning................................................................................................................. 13
       1.4.3.2          Transhipments ............................................................................................................................ 13
   1.4.4       Accounts................................................................................................................................. 14
       1.4.4.1          Port Charges & Cargo Charges .................................................................................................. 14
 1.5       JOINT SERVICE STRUCTURE ........................................................................................................ 16
   1.5.1       When you act as Vessel Operating Agent .............................................................................. 16
       1.5.1.1          Inward Cargo ............................................................................................................................. 16
       1.5.1.2          Outward Cargo ........................................................................................................................... 16
       1.5.1.3          Vessel Operation ........................................................................................................................ 16
       1.5.1.4          Cargo Operation ......................................................................................................................... 16
   1.5.2       When you act as Container Agent.......................................................................................... 16
       1.5.2.1          Inward Cargo ............................................................................................................................. 16
       1.5.2.2          Outward Cargo ........................................................................................................................... 17
       1.5.2.3          Cargo Operation ......................................................................................................................... 17

 1.6       APPENDIX A: STANDARD FORMS ...................................................................................... 18
   1.6.1       Empty cntrs stock report ........................................................................................................ 18
   1.6.2       Arrival and Sailing Telex (JSA) ............................................................................................. 18
   1.6.3       Booking List ........................................................................................................................... 19
 1.7       APPENDIX B: VESEL DEPLOYMENT TABLE (VESSEL PARTICULARS) ....................... 21
 1.8       APPENDIX C: MARINE TERMINALS ................................................................................... 22




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1.9       APPENDIX D: PHONE DIRECTORY ..................................................................................... 23
  1.9.1      Coordination offices .............................................................................................................. 23
  1.9.2      Shipping Lines ....................................................................................................................... 23
1.10      APPENDIX E: ABBREVIATIONS AND CODIFICATION ...................................................... 25




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1.2 TERMS AND DEFINITIONS

Container Agent       Each Agent who discharges or loads containers on one of
                      the Joint Service vessels is called Container Agent e.g.
                      when a Maruba vessel is calling a port, Zim and Niver port
                      agents are called Container Agents.

Operating Agent       The agent who attends the vessels call.
                      Eg.When a Maruba vessel is calling a port, Maruba port
                      agent attends exclusively this vessel and is called Vessel
                      Operating Agent. In other words, for each vessel of the
                      Joint Service there is only one Vessel Operating Agent and
                      three Container Agents.

Container Operator    Each Line which discharges or loads containers on one of
                      the Joint Service vessels is called Container Operator.

Vessel Operator       Each Line which provides a vessel to the Joint Service,
                      regarding this vessel, is called Vessel Operator.

Coordination Office   Established to coordinate the operation of the joint service.
                      Main coordinating center is situated in Santos.
                      Schedule, Stowage planning, Port and Cargo operations
                      coordination are among their tasks.




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Coordination Sub-   In Mediterranean and Canary islands stowage planning and
Office              port/cargo operations are coordinated by Genoa
                    Coordination sub-office.

Coordinator         The Head of the Coordination office (in Santos).

Booking List        A container list (in planmaster program agw.file) which
                    has to be sent by each Operating Agent to the area Co-
                    ordination Office 24 hours prior vessel’s arrival. Since,
                    such list comprises total containers due loading, Container
                    Agents have to provide – by same way (agw file) -
                    promptly their booking list to the Operating Agent of the
                    same port.




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1.3 INTRODUCTION

Description of the Full Container service pattern

1.3.1. Joint Service
The “JSA” (Joint Service Agreement) is a pure technical agreement between Niver Lines ,
Zim Lines, Maruba and Contship.

The concept of “JSA” is to combine the technical resources in order to be more
competitive in the market by giving fast and reliable service between Mediterranean and
South America East Coast.


Commercial activities are handled individual by the partners of the JSA.


The geographical scope of this Agreement shall be the Northbound and Southbound

container cargo trade carried between ports in the East Coast of South America (range

Buenos Aires - Salvador) and the Western Mediterranean      (Mediterranean ports of Spain

as from Cadiz, Mediterranean ports of France, Italy and Canary Islands inclusive)

including Mercosur cargo.


The fleet of the service is consisted of 5 FC-vessels running on a 8 - 9 days service
between Mediterranean and South America at a service speed of 18-19 knots. Out of the
five vessels, two vessels are being operated by Niver Lines.




1.3.2. Schedules
Schedules are issued for one year at the time, but updated on a regular basis. Updated
schedules will be distributed by Niver Lines on a weekly basis.



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1.3.3. Port Rotation
The service has following base rotation and ports of call :

                 Southbound                   Northbound
                 Genoa                        Buenos Aires
                 Livorno                      Montevideo
                 Barcelona                    Itajai
                 Valencia                     Santos
                 Las Palmas**
                 Vitoria                      Vitoria
                 Santos                       Salvador*
                 Buenos Aires                 Las Palmas
                                              Tenerife
                                              Barcelona

**for a trial period of 2 months
*every second vessel

Any change in rotation to be approved by the partners.




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1.4 NIVER INTERNAL STRUCTURE

1.4.1 COMMERCIAL


Global policy concerning commercial matters is the responsibility of the Line.

Following main items are considered as “Line’s matters”
a) distribution of allotments
b) freight policy in general
c) approval of change in rates
d) approval of rebates to be granted
e) approval of extra commission
f) approval of change in demurrage terms
g) approval of change in B/L terms

Local commercial activities are the duties of the general agents or local agents in the
various countries.

1.4.1.1.Allotments
Allotments will be distributed by Niver Lines Athens for Mediterranean Ports.

Allotments will be distributed by Atlas Sao Paulo for South America Ports.

Agents who have not received an assigned allotment can book without limitation, unless
something special/unpredictable is happening and an abnormal large amount of
containers is booked on one specific vessel.

1.4.1.2.Mediterranean Booking procedures
Niver Lines south bound booking reports.

A booking list to be forwarded to Niver Lines Athens twice a week, on Tuesday and
Friday not later than 15:00 hours local Athens time (UTC + 2).

Booking list to include both operational and commercial information see also attached
sample paragraph 1.6.3. Same list has to be sent also by agw. file

Loading list issued by loading port agent only. Loading list will include following
information

a)   Loading port
b)   Discharging port
c)   Final destination
d)   Container type and size
e)   Gross weight per individual unit


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f) Oversize units
g) IMO cargo/ UN No.
h) Reefer containers/Temperature

must be forwarded (by agw.electronic file) to the local operating agent latest 24 hours
before vessels arrival at loading port. The loading list must also include any
transshipment containers to be loaded and will notice the discharging port and the final
destination.

1.4.1.3.South America booking procedures .

 North bound cargoes to Syria, Lebanon and Egypt must be concentrated to the two
  Niver Lines FC-vessels , and to M/V Nordeagle and M/V Atlantic Trader. Under no
  circumstances we are allowed to issue to any of above countries B/L’s showing the
  name of a Zim Line vessel Eg. Zim Argentina is not allowed. Please give watertight
  instructions to all subagents, and have them confirm the instructions in writing.


1.4.1.4.Booking Agents - Port Agents
Commercially Agents are covering following areas :
ATLAS Buenos Aires                                    Argentina - Paraguay
ATLASHIP Montevideo                                   Uruguay
ATLAS Sao Paulo                                       Brazil
EVGE Vevey                                          N.Continent/Central
                                                      Europe
FRED,OLSEN, S.A. -CONSIGNATARIA                       Las Palmas/Tenerife
EVGE Barcelona                                        North Spain
EVGE Valencia                                         South Spain
G.FERON-E. de GLEBSATTEL                              South France
SNEAL Genoa                                           Italy
FARADAY Malta                                         Malta
SNEAL Piraeus                                         Greece
Francoudi & Stephou                                   Cyprus
SNEAL Istanbul                                        Turkey(except Mersin)
TURKON Mersin                                         Mersin
H.Morcos                        Local Representative for SYRIA
ISRASCAN Haifa                                        Israel
SNEAL Beirut                                          Lebanon
EVGE Alexandria                                       Egypt
Comarine (EX SAGA)                                    Morocco
COTUNAV Tunis                                         Tunisia
CENTRALOG Koper                                       Slovenia


1.4.1.5.Documentation
In all instances, unless otherwise advised Niver Lines B/L’s must be used.


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In principal all documentation exchanged between the lines should not include
commercial information.

Local agent at discharging port will always receive from loading port agent all cargo
documents requested as per regulations.



1.4.2 OPERATIONS
Whereas the daily operations for vessels within the JSA is partly entrusted to the co-
ordination centers in Santos and Genoa .
Offices responsible for :

For vessels in the JSA Service.
In Mediterranean              :       Niver Lines Athens
In South America              :       Atlas Santos


1.4.2.1 Voyage Number FC-Service
The round voyage will commence and terminate at Genoa (GOA), where voyage number
will also be changed.
The south bound leg (sector) will commence at GOA and the north bound leg (sector)
will commence at Buenos Aires (BUE).

1.4.2.2 Standard Coding
To avoid confusion standardised coding has been drawn up covering such matters as
ports of call and container codes.
These are the only codes to be used for such matters in interline/inter-party
communications. Besides the codes mentioned above, as a general rule, all parties are
required to use only those other abbreviations which have already received international
recognition and are reminded that any one set of initials may have different meanings.

1.4.2.3 Special Cargo Operations
Each line which intends to ship special cargo, as stipulated in the following paragraphs,
shall submit prior application (in accordance to what is outlined in the mentioned section)
giving all necessary details to the area Coordination Office, which will obtain the
necessary agreement from the vessel operating party. Accordingly the vessel operator
shall then advise back their acceptance/refusal.

1.4.2.4 Dangerous Cargo
Dangerous cargo shall be handled in accordance with the terms of international and/or
local rules. However, all lines agree in the spirit of mutual co-operation to accept such
cargoes on their vessels to the maximum extend possible.

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Each line which intends to ship dangerous cargo, particularly explosive and armaments
(Class 1), must advise the area co-ordinating office in writing to obtain the necessary
agreement at least seven working days prior to the vessel’s arrival at her first port of
loading in the country of shipment.
The container operator agrees that the vessel operator may break the seal and open any
dangerous cargo container for inspection in the terminal, where possible after reference
to the area co-ordinating office, or on board the vessel at any time. The container shall
then be re-secured and a new seal shall be affixed by the vessel operator or container
operator and its number shall be advised immediately to the container operator, if affixed
by the vessel operator.
For example : when operating on ZIM vessels, ZIM procedures on IMDG will be
enforced (ZIM procedure No 403-006, effective date 21/9/94, “Fields of Responsibility
in Carrying Dangerous Goods”). Copy is available upon request to central JSA - SNT co-
ordinating office. The same style will apply to MARUBA, ie : IMDG procedures of
MARUBA will apply when operating their vessels.
In all cases, container operators will take due care to place stickers/labels on to
containers with dangerous goods (as per IMO rules) prior to loading on vessel.
The container operator is also required to provide the vessel with the appropriate
documentation prior to loading; such as :
        A copy of the notice to/of intention to ship dangerous cargo, approved by the
          department of shipping and transport (if so required).
        A certificate of packing or vanning survey which certifies that the dangerous
          cargo has been properly packed and well-secured in the container (if so
          required).
        A certificate as to the quality of the dangerous cargo (if required by law) which
          indicates chemical analysis, etc.

1.4.2.5 Livestock
The carriage of livestock will be restricted to the vessel operator unless otherwise agreed.

1.4.2.6 Container Under Fumigation
The vessel operator shall not be obliged to accept from the other line containers under
fumigation.

1.4.2.7 Over-Height Container
Each line which intends to ship over-height container(s) must advise the area co-
ordinating office in writing at least three working days prior to the vessel’s arrival at her
first port of loading in the country of shipment (and/or ensure the same is mentioned on
“booking” reports).
These units are to be accepted and stowed in accordance with vessel operator’s
requirements and safety standards.
Void slots occurring in consequence to over-height cargo in 20 and 40 foot containers,
shall be counted on actual basis where applicable.



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1.4.2.8 Over-Width Or Over-Length Container
The provisions for booking, acceptance and compliance with safety requirements for
over-height containers, shall also apply to over-width or over-length container(s).
Void slots shall be counted on actual basis as well, where applicable.

1.4.2.9 Refrigerated Container
See separate reefer instructions




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1.4.3 LOGISTICS

1.4.3.1 Empties repositioning
Empty repositioning of containers is responsibility of the Line. In South America this task is handled by
Atlas Santos and in Mediterranean by Niver Lines Athens.

A weekly cntrs stock report has to be forwarded to Niver Lines every Thursday from Mediterranean
agents, including Canary Islands (see attached form).

In South America a weekly stock report must be forwarded every Thursday to Atlas Santos.

1.4.3.2 Transhipments
Feeder Mediterranean
a) East Mediterranean is served by feeder.

b) Black Sea is served by feeder

c) Feeder arrangement will be made by Rolltainer transhipment Dpt on behalf of Niver Lines.

d) Feeder schedules : Are to be to be sent every Wednsday together with the Ocean one

e) Hub ports          : As per Niver Lines message 7/12/99 (New transhippment pattern)

Genoa          Livorno        Barcelona
Istanbul       Ashdod         All the rest
Gemlik
Izmir


f) Booking procedures for cargoes booked via feeder service south bound

        A feeder schedule for each port connection will be made available.

        Cargo to be booked by agent mentioning feeder possibility according to feeder schedule.

        Booking information to be sent to Niver Lines copy Rolltainer.

        Rolltainer after consult Niver Lines will advise mother vessel and will arrange booking with
         feeder company.

        Rolltainer will advise booking agent when booking on feeder vessel confirmed.

        Rolltainer will advise agent in hub port.

       Feeder arrangement for north bound cargo in Mediterranean.

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        As soon as final booking list received from South America Niver Lines will advise Rolltainer
         which and how many containers to be transshipped to various ports.

        Rolltainer transshipment will arrange feedering and advise
         Niver Lines
         Hub port agent
         Agent at destination
         Loading port
         Atlas S.Paulo

Feeder South America
Feeder to be arranged by Atlas Spo on behalf of Niver Lines through agents.




1.4.4 ACCOUNTS

1.4.4.1 Port Charges & Cargo Charges
       1. Proforma D/A’s for all vessels to be sent to Niver Lines Athens (Brasilian ports via Atlas Sao
          Paulo) as per existing instructions.

       2. For Niver Lines vessels complete D/A’s to be forwarded as per Niver Lines Accounts standard
          instructions.

       A.Costs to be born solely by the vessel operator
         The vessel operator shall bear the costs incurred:
         1.      From its own, its employees, or its agent willful default, negligence or misconduct on
                 stowage.

          2.     From idle time/stand-by/detention expenses due to vessel´s crane, hatchcover
                 breakdown or any other vessel´s facilities failure disabling operations.

          3.     Hold cleaning and removal of cargo fallen out or spilled from containers.


          4.     Pilotage, tugboats, launches, mooring/unmooring, or else, port expenses.

          5.     Agency fees.




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B.Direct cargo costs to be born solely by the container operator
  These costs can directly be attributed to each shipping Line when loading or discharging
  containers on a particular vessel.
  These costs usually include : transhipment, loading/discharging, transport and lift on / lift off
  within terminal except overtime.

  These costs should directly be invoiced by the respective contractors (Terminal Operator, etc)
  to each Line's Agent.

  This category also includes full costs of shiftings of containers onboard or via quay which can
  directly be attributed to any of the lines, due to misdeclaration of destination, or containers with
  optional discharge.

  Such shiftings will be advised by the respective Coordination Office.

  However, regular operational shiftings belong to the other category of indirect costs, where
  each line participates with its proportional share of cargo movements.

  The contractors must be duly informed by the operating agent about the actual number of
  boxes loaded / discharged by each line, so that separate invoices could be issued to each
  line´s agent for its own moves only.

  C.Indirect cargo costs to be born by all container operators.
  These costs are related to vessels operations such as opening/closing of hatches,
  lashing/unashing, operational shiftings on board or via quay, overtime on direct and indirect
  costs.

  Idle time cost will be for all lines account unless same can be attributed to any party which will
  be advised by the Coordinator.

  Indirect costs should be split among lines based on the proportional number of their
  containers/units in each port.

  The costs would directly be invoiced by the respective contractors to the relevant loading
  and/or discharging party based on the vessel operating agents' lists submitted to the contractors.

  When it is impossible to get the separate invoicing done by the Contractors, the Operating
  Agent will be responsible to invoice the other agents, and collect the charges accordingly
  without involving the lines.

  Agents must use the special splitting form (Appendix A).

  It will be the duty of the vessel's Operating Agent to complete the forms with the cargo
  particulars, in co-ordination with the other Agents.
  The Contractor will make thereafter the necessary corrections on the form (where applicable).

  A copy of these forms would always be appended to the contractor's invoices of indirect costs
  and attached to the respective Disbursment Accounts sent to the Line by the Agent.




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1.5 JOINT SERVICE STRUCTURE


1.5.1 WHEN YOU ACT AS VESSEL OPERATING AGENT

1.5.1.1 Inward Cargo

        Receive Discharging List from the area Coordination Office.
        Collect from loading ports all cargo documents prior vessel arrival and compare them with
         received Discharging List.
        Release inward containers against a Delivery Order to the respective Container Agents of the
         same port.

1.5.1.2 Outward Cargo

        Niver cargo documentation is performed as it is presently carried out.
        Receive Container Agents’ cargo and issue a Service Bill of Lading.
        Before the arrival of the vessel the Operating Agent is receiving and consolidating the Booking
         List (agw.file) from both Container Agents. Such consolidated Booking List has to be sent 24
         hours prior to vessel’s ETA to the Coordination Office. During the last 24 hours, for any further
         bookings, he has to contact immediately the Coordination Office.

1.5.1.3 Vessel Operation

        Vessels are attended exclusively by Operating Agents.
        Vessel operations are performed under the instructions of the Coordination Office.
        A complete Arrival and Sailing Telex (as per the appended standard form) to be sent,
         immediately upon vessel sailing, to :
        The Container Agents of the same port.
        All three Lines’ Area Offices (Sam-Med)
        Coordination Offices (Sam-Med)

1.5.1.4 Cargo Operation

           Each vessel is operated in a single Marine Terminal
           Cargo Operations are performed under the instructions of the Coordination Office.
           The Operating Agent is receiving the Bay Plan from the area Coordination Office.
           Release copy of the Bay Plan and Discharging/Loading List to the Marine Terminal.
           After vessel sailing the actual Bay Plan/Loading List has to be sent to the Coordination Office.
           Stevedoring expenses are settled separately for each Container Operator.

1.5.2 WHEN YOU ACT AS CONTAINER AGENT

1.5.2.1 Inward Cargo

          Receive Container List due discharging from the Coordination Office.
          Receive discharged cargo from the Vessel Operating Agent against a Delivery Order.



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1.5.2.2 Outward Cargo

        Provide the Operating Agent with Booking List 24 hours prior vessel arrival.
        Receive a Service Bill of Lading from the Vessel Operating Agent for cargo due loading.

1.5.2.3 Cargo Operation

      Stevedoring expenses are settled separately for each Container Operator.




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1.6 APPENDIX A: STANDARD FORMS

1.6.1 EMPTY CNTRS STOCK REPORT
                           20                        40
                dv    ot   fr   rf   pl   dv    ot   fr       rf   hc
Available
Hand of shippers
Full wait stripping
Totals


Next requirements

ANY OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION.


1.6.2 ARRIVAL AND SAILING TELEX (JSA)
LINE             :
PORT             :
VSL              :
VOY              :
                 DATE       TIME
ARR ROADS        :
DROP ANCHOR      :
LIFT ANCHOR      :
POB              :
BERTHED          :
CLEARENCE        :
COMM OPS         :
COMP OPS         :
COMP LASH        :
VSL SHIFT        :                              FM/TO PIER:
POB              :
UNBERTHED        :
SAILED           :
NEXT PORT        :
ETA NEXT PORT :
1) ARR/SAIL CONDITIONS
“DRAFT”                FORE               AFT
ARR              :
DEP              :
“LIQUIDS”        HO         DO            GO         FW            LO
ARR              :
SUPPLY           :
DEP              :




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1.6.3 BOOKING LIST


 (a)     (b)      (c)    (d)      (e)         (f)   (g)     (h)    (i)     (j)      (k)       (l)   (m)



        (a)    Number of Containers
        (b)    Gross weight per Container (in tons)
        (c)    Type of Container
        (d)    Discharging port
        (e)    Final destination
        (f)    Container Operator
        (g)    Remarks
        (h)    Comments
        (i)    Loading Port
        (j)    Commodity
        (k)    Number of 20’
        (l)    Number of 40’
        (m)    Teus




1.6.4 SPLITTING FORM                     JSA - SPLITTING FORM FOR INDIRECT COSTS
NAME OF VESSEL :                              VOY NO :                           AT PORT OF :
                                                           EXPORT Loaded
                                              Ops. Comm.                         Ops. Comm.
                                              Ops. Comp.                         Ops. Comp.
         PARTICULARS
       LINES / AGENTS                         ZIM MAR NIV         CON TOTAL ZIM MAR NIV CON TOTAL

FULL CONTAINERS DV                      20'

FULL CONTAINERS REEFER

TRANSHIPMENT

EMPTY CONTAINERS

REQUESTED SHIFTINGS Full Onboard

                        MTY Onboard

                        Full Via Quay

                        MTY Via Quay

FULL CONTAINERS DV                      40´



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FULL CONTAINERS REEFER

TRANSHIPMENT

EMPTY CONTAINERS

REQUESTED SHIFTINGS Full Onboard

                         MTY Onboard

                          Full Via Quay

                         MTY Via Quay

SPLITTING :      TOTAL UNITS

                 PERCENT %
REMARKS :


CO-LOADING AGENTS APPROVAL: (Stamp,Signature)                               (Stamp,Signature)


DATE :
IMPORTANT: The operating agent is responsible to submit this report to the Terminal.
 The shifting figures to be excluded from the splitting percentage calculations.




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1.7 APPENDIX B: VESEL DEPLOYMENT TABLE (VESSEL PARTICULARS)

NAME                      NORDEAGLE            ZIM ARGENTINA III        PACIFIC TRDER              ANTJE SCHULTE            ATLANTIC TRADER
Abbreviation                  NDG                    ZGT                      PFT                        AWU                      ADM
Call sign                    DGNE                   V2AF5                    DBOG                       V2DU                     DBOD
Operator                      ZIM                     ZIM                    NIVER                      NIVER                   MARUBA
                   REEDEREI "NORD" KLAUS E. HERMAN BUSS, GMBH, Hermann Buss KG, M/S 'Pacific Reederei Thomas Schulte GMBH     Peter Doehle
Owner                     OLDENDORF             LEER, GERMANY        Trader' GmbH & Co, Leer   and Company KG Hamburg        Schiffahrts - KG
                          GL + 100 A 5            GL + 100 A 5            GL + 100 A 5               GL + 100 A 5             GL + 100 A 5
Class                     Containership          Containership            Containership              Containership            Containership
Flag                       GERMAN                  ANTIGUA                  GERMAN             ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA              GERMAN
Port of registry           HAMBURG                   LEER                    LEER                     ST. JOHN'S                  LEER
Built                         1997                   1994                     1996                      Aug-97                    1996
Official #                   18245                   2415                     2841                       2074                     2842
IMO #                       9134505                 9080522                 9123116                    9138252                  9123104
GRT                          24,053                 15,895                   16,165                     15,929                   16,165
NRT                          12,958                  9,227                   9,227                      9,227                     9,227
LOA                          205.50                 167.97                   168.37                     167.80                   168.37
Breadth                      27.40                    26.7                   26.70                      26.70                     26.70
Max. draft                   10.10                   10.82                   10.82                      10.81                     10.82
Speed                          20                     21                       21                         20                       21
DWT                          27,000                 22,525                   22,250                     22,250                   22,250
TEU intake                    2100                   1600                     1608                       1608                     1608
Reefer plugs                  200                     200                     200                        200                       200
Holds/Hatches                 6/10                    4/8                      4/8                        4/8                      4/8
Fax                       321 827 211              130-4442               321 851 711                330 434 912              321 852 211
Tel.                      321 827 210              130-4441               321 851 710               330 434 910/911           321 852 210
Tlx.                      321 827 213              430401222                                         330 434 913              321 852 213
INMARSAT C                421 125 881                                     421 134 678                430 434 910              421 134 895
                                                                          421 134 679                430 434 911              421 134 896
E- MAIL            A64CY704@gncomtext.com    Weers@LES-Raisting.de                             DHGE@SUPER-HUB.COM




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1.8 APPENDIX C: MARINE TERMINALS

        Buenos Aires               / TRP
        Montevideo                 / CARGAS Y SERVICIOS
        Itajai                     / EADI PORTOBELLO
        Santos                     / LIBRA 37
        Vitoria                    / CAPUABA, EVENTUALLY TUBARAO
        Salvador                  / INTERMARITIMA
        Tenerife                   /COMPANIA AUXILIAR DEL PUERTO
        Las Palmas                 /TERMINAL LALUZ
        Valencia                   /TCV
        Barcelona                  /TCB
        Genoa                      /SECH
        Livorno                    /INTERCONTAINERS




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1.9 APPENDIX D: PHONE DIRECTORY

1.9.1 COORDINATION OFFICES
SANTOS
PHONE: (55) 13 32327065
                32345442
                32322577
FAX             32212054
E-mail :pablo@coc-snt.com.br
AV.CONSELHEIRO NIBIAS, 726 – SUITE 81
CEP 11045 – 002 BOQUEIRTO
SANTOS – SP - BRASIL
CONTACT PERSON: Capt. P.Manchado
MOBILE: (55) 13 97644672


GENOA
PHONE: (39) 010 6469346
                6469378
FAX:           6469522

E-mail :fassio@zim.it
        cocgoa@zim.it
c/o Zim Israel Navigation Co. LTD
VIA DE MARINI, 1
12TH FLOOR
16149 GENOA ITALY

CONTACT PERSON:Capt. George Fassio



1.9.2 SHIPPING LINES
NIVER LINES SHIPPING CO. S.A.
Commercial Center “City Plaza”
 Leoforos Vouliagmenis 85 & Antheon
16 674 Glyfada - Athens - GREECE
TEL:(010) 9698200 - FAX:(010) 9698209
E-mail: niverc@evgegroup.com

ROLLTAINER
Address as above
TEL:(010)9698250 - FAX: (010)9698207
E-mail : rolltn@evgegroup.com

ZIM LINES



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7-9, PAL - YAM Ave.
POB 1723
31016 - HAIFA - ISRAEL
PHONE:       (972) 4 8652111
FAX:         (972) 4 8652956
TELEX:       846501/4

MARUBA S.C.A.
MAIPÚ, 535 – 7TH FLOOR
1006 - BUENOS AIRES - ARGENTINA
PHONE:      (54) 1-3203600 / 3203721 / 3203799
FAX:        (54) 1-3203790 / 3203798
TELEX:     24147 / 23956
E-MAIL:     systems@maruba.attmail.com




CONTSHIP LINES
401 E JACKSON ST.SUITE 3300
TAMPA . FL. 33602 USA
Email:jcardenas@americanaships.com
Tel: (813) 2094974




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1.10 APPENDIX E: ABBREVIATIONS AND CODIFICATION
For use of interline/inter-party communications. It is imperative that all parties concerned within the
Joint Service traffic should use these standard codes (below mentioned are most commonly used
codes. If in doubt, please consult the area co-ordinating office) :




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PORTS
                                                  Tenerife                      - TEN
Salvador               - SAL
                                                  Las Palmas                    - LAS
Vitoria                - VTR
                                                  Barcelona                     - BCN
Santos                 - SNT
                                                  Livorno                       - LVN
Itajai                 - ITJ
                                                  Genoa                         - GOA
Montevideo             - MVD
                                                  Valencia                      - VLC
Buenos Aires           - BUE

CONTAINER CODES

Dry Van container                      - DV
Flat Rack                              - FR
Reefer container                       - RF
Open Top container                     - OT
Open Sided container                   - OS
Bulk container                         - BK
Tank container                         - TK
Vent container                         - VN
Platform container                     - PR
Over Dimensional container             - OD
Empty container                        - MTY
Dangerous Goods                        - DG
Flash Point                            - FL.PT.

DATES

All dates will be written in the order of

DAY-MONTH-YEAR (e.g. 16-01-96 = 16th January 1996).


TIMES

All times will be notified on the 24-hour principle and will be local time unless otherwise
specified.

When time and date are to be shown, the date will be shown first, separated from the
time by a slash (e.g. 2:30 P.M. on 16th = 16/1430).




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ISO 9001:2000 controlled document:
Document Code:      NIVER_WI04.05.07
Document Issue:     2nd/01-03-02
Modifies:           1st/May 1998
File:               NIVER_WI04.05.07




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