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                                                                                               TITLE PAGE - 17 Revised
                                                                                             Effective November 15, 2010
                                                                                                  CORRECTION NO. 1031

                           CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABLIZATION AGREEMENT
                                          TARIFF NO. 1

                      REPLACING THE TRANSPACIFIC STABLIZATION AGREEMENT
                                  TARIFF FILED ON JULY 11, 1990

                                  NAMING GUIDELINE RATES & CONDITIONS

                                                          FROM

                     NORTHEAST & SOUTHEAST ASIA INCLUDING:
    JAPAN, KOREA, TAIWAN, HONG KONG, PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA, SINGAPORE,
MALYASIA, INDONESIA, THAILAND, PHILLIPINES,VIETNAM, **INDIA, PAKISTAN, BANGLADESH &
                                     SRI LANKA

                                                             TO

                                         PORTS AND POINTS IN CANADA

                                         PARTICIPATING CARRIERS ARE:

                                     AMERICAN PRESIDENT LINES, LTD.
                                 COSCO CONTAINER LINES COMPANY LTD.
                                 EVERGREEN MARINE CORP. (TAIWAN) LTD.
                                            HAPAG-LLOYD AG
                                   HYUNDAI MERCHANT MARINE CO., LTD.
                                       KAWASAKI KISEN KAISHA, LTD.
                                          NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA
                                ORIENT OVERSEAS CONTAINER LINE, LIMITED
                                  YANG MING MARINE TRANSPORT CORP.
                                 ZIM INTEGRATED SHIPPING SERVICES LTD

  THE CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABLIZATION AGREEMENT IS REPRESENTED IN CANADA BY:

                          GLOBAL MARITIME TRANSPORTATION SERVICES, INC.
                            SNC Lavalin Building-Westbury Corporate Centre
                                2275 Upper Middle Road East, Suite 101
                                      Oakville, Ontario, L6H 0C3

                                     Telephone: (905)491-6928
                                     Facsimile: (866) 506-7827
                                     Website: www.acs-fl.com

TRANSPORTATION UNDER THE TERMS & CONDITIONS OF THIS TARIFF IS SUBJECT TO THE TERMS & CONDITIONS
OF THE INDIVIDUAL CARRIERS' BILLS OF LADING AND/OR OTHER DOCUMENTS CURRENTLY IN USE BY EACH OF
THE MEMBER LINES.

TARIFF RATES & CHARGES ARE MINIMUM GUIDELINE INDICATIONS ONLY & ARE SUBJECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF
THE BASIC AGREEMENT & THE OPEN RATE STRUCTURE.

**Effective immediately and until further notice the application of this tariff to India shall be suspended and
  no provisions of this tariff shall apply to the Indian trade.

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                                                                                            13 Revised Supplement No. 15
                                                                                                 Effective March 25, 2011
                                                                                                      Correction No. 1094

                               CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                Tariff No.1

                    All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.




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Noted; Removing Expired Matter
                                                                                                2nd Rev Supplement No. 15A
                                                                                                  Effective March 25th, 2011
                                                                                                         Correction No. 1093

                                CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                 Tariff No.1

                     All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

GENERAL RATE INCREASE (GRI) :              (Continued)


General Rate Increase (GRI) :

Effective May 1, 2011 - Applicable to/from All CTSA Origins (C)


- USD $320 per 20 ft. container (TEU), and USD $400 per 40 ft. container (FEU) for Vancouver local and
door/West Coast cargo;

- USD $480 per 20 ft. container (TEU), and USD $600 per 40 ft. container (FEU) for all Intermodal, MLB and
East Coast All-Water Cargo.

Other equipment sizes rated per formula. These increases are subject to the full Bunker Surcharge/Fuel
Recovery Charge, and all other applicable charges.




Note: Page turned on March 25, 2011 to reflect addition of new GRI effective May 1, 2011. Removed
expired matter.
                                                                                                     27th Revised Index 1
                                                                                                     Effective June 1, 2010
                                                                                                        Correction No. 982
                                CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                 Tariff No.1

                    All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

                                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS
SUBJECT                                                                             RULE NO.          PAGE N0.
Abbreviations & Symbols                                                                                  1
Application of Box Size Add-ons                                                         3                3
Application of Store Delivery Charge                                                    4                3
Arbitraries                                                                             2D               2B-2L
BC Carbon Tax Surcharge                                                                 32               5B
Bill of Lading Amendment Fee                                                            6C               3A1
Bill of Lading Surrender Fee                                                            6A               3A1
Brokerage                                                                               7G               4B
CFS Destination Delivery Charge                                                         2A               2
Service Fee for Submission of Non-EDI Bookings                                          2A1              2A
Equipment Interchange Receipt Fee-OOCL-IA                                               2A3              2A
CFS Receiving Charge                                                                    7B               4AB
Chassis Charge at Origin                                                                7E               4B
Chassis Usage Charge- Reefer Cargo                                                      17               5AA2
Congestion Charges (General)                                                            22               5AH
Congestion Charges (Specific) - Vancouver                                               7C1              4AB
Congestion Charges (Specific) - Chennai                                                 7C2              4AB
Congestion Charges (Specific) - Belawan                                                 7C3              4AB
Congestion Charges (Specific) - Chittagong                                              7C4              4B
Congestion Charges (Specific) - Vietnam                                                 7C5              4B
Credit                                                                                  9                5
Currency Adjustment Factor (CAF)                                                        30               5AL
CY Destination Delivery Charge                                                          2A               2
Destination CY/CFS                                                                      10               5
Detention (Free Time & Detention Charges)                                               7J               4F
Differentials - Other sized equipment                                                   H                1B
Diversion of Cargo                                                                      7K               4G-4H3
Documentation Fee                                                                       6                3A-3A1
Documentation Fee (Place of Receipt)- OOCL IA                                           6.1              3AA1
Equipment Repositioning Charge                                                          7D               4B
Expedited Rail Service(ERS) Surcharge                                                   28               5AK
Free Time and Demurrage at Destination                                                  7I               4E
Fuel Recovery Charge                                                                    16               5A
Inspection Fee Rule                                                                     23               5AH
Garments on Hangers Charge                                                              12               5
General Administration Charge                                                           31               5AL
Guideline Rate Application                                                              1                2
Gulf of Aden Surcharge                                                                  18A              5AA2
Heavy Cargo Charge                                                                      25               5AI
Hitchment Bill of Lading Fee                                                            6D               3B
Kaohsiung Off Dock Additional                                                           7F               4B
Late Pick Up of Original Bill of Lading or Late Payment of Freight                      27               5AJ
Muara Additional for LCL Cargo                                                          F                1A2
Non-Refrigerated Commodities                                                                             6A
Origin Terminal Handling Charge                                                         7                3B-4AA
Origin Receiving Charge-PRC-OOCL IA                                                     7J1              4G
Overweight Containers – Rail Charges                                                    21               5AH
Overweight Containers – OOCL IA                                                         33               5B-5B2
Pakistan Inland Haulage                                                                 2CC              2AA
Panama Canal Transit Fee                                                                G                1B
Payment of Freight                                                                      13               5A
Peak Season Charge                                                                      C                1A
PRC Guideline Add-Ons                                                                   2C               2A1

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                                                                                                                                      20th Revised Index 1A
                                                                                                                                      Effective July 14, 2011
                                                                                                                                         Correction No. 1136

                                         CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                          Tariff No.1

                         All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

                                                                   TABLE OF CONTENTS
SUBJECT                                                                                                         RULE NO.                PAGE N0.
Qualifications for NVOCCs (People’s Republic of China)                                                                     26                        5AI
Railcar Reefer Cabling Service Fee                                                                                         24B                       5AI
Rail Fuel Surcharge                                                                                                        15                        5A
Rate Applicability Rule                                                                                                    14                        5A
Reefer Terminal Service Charge                                                                                             24A                       5AI
Reefer Equipment Surcharge..................................................................................................16A.......................5AA
Late Charge for Submission of Shipping Instruction - OOCL IA                                                               16B                       5AA-5AA1
Shipping Instruction Amendment Fee - OOCL IA                                                                               16C                       5AA
Refrigerated Commodities                                                                                                                             5C-6
Service Contract Guideline (Bunker)                                                                                        29                        5AL
Shanghai Port Surcharge                                                                                                    7A                        4AB
Solid Wood Packing Materials (Certificates)                                                                                7H                        4C-4D
Southeast Asia Guideline Rate Add-Ons                                                                                      2B                        2A
Storage Costs                                                                                                              20                        5AH
Store Door Delivery Allowance                                                                                              11                        5
Submission of Cargo Declaration Data for U.S. Customs Advance Manifest Rule                                                19                        5AB-5AG
Submission of Cargo Declaration Data for Canada Border Service Agency Advance Reporting Requirements
                                                                                                                           19.1                      5AG1-5AG14
Suez Transit Fee                                                                                                           B                         1A
Taiwan Top - Off Charge                                                                                                    8A                        5
Taichung Arbitrary                                                                                                         8                         5
Transloading Refund                                                                                                        5                         3
Value Added Surcharge                                                                                                      6B                        3A1
Vietnam Commodity Rates                                                                                                                              7-10
Vietnam Surcharges (FAF / DDC / Outport Arbitraries / Inland Haulage                                                                                 11
War Risk Surcharge                                                                                                         18                        5AA2
High Securitu Seal Charge                                                                                                  30                        1A1
Service fee for Submission of Non-EDI bookiings IA-OOCL                                                                    31                        2A
BC Carbon Tax Surcharge                                                                                                    32                        5B
Overweight Containers                                                                                                      33                        5B
Certificate Issuance Fee - OOCL IA                                                                                         34                        11
Dangerous Cargo Labeling Fee                                                                                               35                        6B
Lost Bill of Lading Fee                                                                                                    36                        6B
Late Declaration of Change of Container Status                                                                             37                        6B
Booking Cancellation Fee                                                                                                   38                        6B
Emergency Revenue Surcharge                                                                                                39                        6B
Export Service Charge - OOCL IA...                                                                                         40                        11
Insufficient Funds check administrative Fee                                                    .                           41                        11
Heavy Weight Container Surcharge (HWCS)                                                                                    42                        12
Temperature Re-Set Fee for Temperature Controlled Cargo                                                                    43                        12
Fuel and Accessorial Charges/Surcharges                                                                                    44                        12
Payment Elsewhere Fee                                                                                                      45                        12
Misdeclaration of Cargo                                                                                                    46                        13, 14
Vancouver Gateway Infrastructure Charge:                                                                                   47                        14
Switch BL Fee                                                                                                              48                        14
Withdrawal of Export Shipment                                                                                              49                        15
Customs Clearance and Inspection Fee Rule of Inward Containers                                                             50                        15
                                                                                            120th Revised Page 1
                                                                                         Effective August 19, 2009
                                                                                                Correction No. 792

                          CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                           Tariff No.1

            All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.



                                      EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS




A   =      INCREASE
C   =      CHANGE IN WORDING WHICH RESULTS IN NEITHER AN INCREASE OR A REDUCTION
D   =      DELETION
E   =      EXCEPTION TO A GENERAL CHANGE
I   =      ADDITION
N   =      REISSUED MATTER
R   =      REDUCTION




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    Corr   Page    Rev      Corr    Page     Rev     Corr     Page     Rev      Corr    Page     Rev
    No.    No.     No.      No.     No.      No.     No.      No.      No.      No.     No.      No.
                     th
    705     1      97       727     5A       64th    749      1        108th    771     3A       41st
                     nd
    706    5A      62       728     5AL      16th    750      Ind1     22nd     772     sup15    8th
                     th
    707    5AL     14       729     1        102nd   751      5A       69th     773     4AA      12th
                     th
    708    1       98       730     5A       65th    752      5B       5th      774     5B       8th
                     th
    709    3A      40       731     1        103rd   753      5B1      Orig     775     5AH      8th
    710    3A1     Orig     732     5A       66th    754      5B2      Orig     776     1        112th
    711     1      99th     733     1        104th   755      1        109th    777     3A1      2nd
    712    5A      63rd     734     Ind1     21st    756      Title    15th     778     1        113th
    713    5AL     15th     735     Ind1A    1st     757      Sup15    6th      779     1        114th
    714    5B      3rd      736     2A       4th     758      2K       1        780     3A1      2nd
    715    1       100th    737     5AA      18th    759      2L       2        781     1        115th
    716    TPA     14th     738     5AA1      2nd    760      3B       11th     782     5AL      19th
    717    3A1     1st      739     5B       4th     761      3C       5th      783     1        116th
    718    5AA     17th     740     6A       8th     762      4B       23rd     784     Title    16th
    719    5AB     3rd      741     6B       5th     763      5AA2     1        785     1        117th
    720    5AC     3rd      742     5AL      17th    764      5AG10    2        786     1A       42nd
    721    5AG1    2nd      743     1        105th   765      5A1      2        787     5AH      9th
    722    5AG2    2nd      744     5A       67th    766      5AJ      3        788     1        118th
    723    5AG4    3rd      745     1        106th   767      1        110      789     5AG4     4th
    724    5AG5    2nd      746     5A       68th    768      5AL      18th     790     1         119th
    725    1       101st    747     1        107th   769      1        111th    791     1A       43rd
    726    4        38th    748     Sup15    5th     770      15       7th      792     1         120th
                                                                                              39th Revised Page 1.1
                                                                                            Effective March 31, 2010
                                                                                                  Correction No. 921

                        CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                         Tariff No.1

                 All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

                                             EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS

A    =     INCREASE
C    =     CHANGE IN WORDING WHICH RESULTS IN NEITHER AN INCREASE OR A REDUCTION
D    =     DELETION
E    =     EXCEPTION TO A GENERAL CHANGE
I    =     ADDITION
N    =     REISSUED MATTER
R    =     REDUCTION

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Corr  Page     Rev      Corr        Page         Rev        Corr       Page         Rev         Corr         Page      Rev
No.    No.     No.      No.          No.         No.        No.         No.         No.         No.           No.      No.
793    1.1     Orig     826          1.1          13        859     Index 1A          7         892           5AA       20
794    1A       44      827          4AA          15        860         6B            7         893            3B       12
795    1.1       1      828           15          10        861         1.1          23         894            11        4
796    1A       45      829           1A          50        862        3AA          Orig        895           4H5        1
797    1.1       2      830          1A1          16        863     Index 1A          8         896           1.1       31
798    5A       70      831         5AA2           2        864         6B            8         897         Index 1     24
799   5AL       20      832        Index 1        23        865         1.1          24         898          4AA1     Original
800    1A       46      833          1.1          14        866         1.1          25         899          4AA2     Original
801    1.1       3      834         5AA2           3        867     Index 1A          9         900            4G        3
802   5AL       21      835          1.1          15        868         11            2         901            11        5
803    1.1       4      836          5AL          24        869     Supp 15A        Orig        902           1.1        32
804 Supp15       9      837          1.1          16        870         1.1          26         903           3A1        5
805   1A1       14      838          4AA          16        871         6B            9         904           1.1       33
806    1.1       5      839          1.1          17        872         1A           52         905           5AA       21
807   5AL       22      840          5AI           3        873         1.1          27         906           1.1       34
808    1.1       6      841          1.1          18        874      Index1A         10         907            12        1
809    1A        2      842          1A2           8        875         11            3         908        Index 1A     12
810   5AA       19      843          1A3         Orig       876         1.1          28         909           3A1        6
811    1.1       7      844          1.1          19        877         4G            2         910           4AA       16
812   1A1       15      845          1A2           9        878         4H            4         911           1.1       35
813 Index 1A     3      846          5AL          25        879        4H1            1         912           5AA       22
814    1.1       8      847           2A           5        880        4H2            1         913           1.1       36
815    1A       47      848        Index1          5        881        4H3            1         914           1A2       10
816    1.1       9      849          1.1          20        882        4H4          Orig        915          4AA2        1
817    1A       48      850           1A          51        883        4H5          Orig        916           3A1        7
818    1.1      10      851       Index1A          6        884         1.1          29         917           1.1       37
819   5AL       23      852           11           1        885         5A           72         918           4AB        7
820    1.1      11      853           15          11        886        5AL           26         919           1.1       38
821    5A       71      854           6B           6        887         1.1          30         920            1A       53
822   4AA       13      855       Index1A          6        888         1A           11         921           1.1       39
823    1.1      12      856          1.1          21        889         12          Orig        922           5AL       27
824    1A       49      857       Supp 15         12        890        3AA            1         923            12         2
825    4AA      14      858          1.1          22        891        3A1            4         924            1A       13
                                                                                            51st Revised Page 1.2
                                                                                            Effective Dec 17, 2010
                                                                                              Correction No. 1056

                        CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                         Tariff No.1

                 All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

                                             EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS

A    =     INCREASE
C    =     CHANGE IN WORDING WHICH RESULTS IN NEITHER AN INCREASE OR A REDUCTION
D    =     DELETION
E    =     EXCEPTION TO A GENERAL CHANGE
I    =     ADDITION
N    =     REISSUED MATTER
R    =     REDUCTION

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Corr  Page     Rev      Corr       Page          Rev        Corr       Page         Rev         Corr        Page      Rev
No.    No.     No.      No.         No.          No.         No.        No.         No.          No.         No.      No.
925    1.2     Orig     958         1.2           14         991       1AA            2         1024          5A       75
926   3AA        2      959          1A           58         992        1.2          25         1025          1.2      37
927     3A      42      960         1AA          Orig        993       1AA            2         1026         1AA        7
928    1.2       1      961         1.2           15         994        1A           59         1027         5AL       34
929     3A      43      962         1AA            1         995        1.2          26         1028          1.2      38
930   3AA        3      963         1.2           16         996       5AL           30         1029          1A       64
931    3A1       8      964          4G            4         997        1A           60         1030          1.2      39
932    1.2       2      965         5AJ            4         998        1.2          27         1031       Title Pg    17
933     12       3      966        5AA1            3         999        1A           61         1032          1.2      40
934 Index 1A    14      967         1A2           11        1000       1AA            3         1033         5AL       35
935    1.2       3      968         5AA           23        1001        1.2          28         1034          1.2      41
936     12       4      969         1.2           17        1002        1A           62         1035          1A       65
937    1.2       4      970       Index 1         26        1003       1AA            4         1036          1.2      42
938    4H5       2      971          2A            6        1004        1.2          29         1037          5A       76
939    1.2       5      972         1.2           18        1005       1AA            5         1038          1.2      43
940    5AL      28      973          4B           25        1006        1.2          30         1039          4H        5
941    1.2       6      974         5AL           29        1007     Index 1A        16         1040          1.2      45
942     3A      44      975         1.2           19        1008        13          Orig        1041         4AA       18
943    3A1       4      976         3AA            5        1009        14          Orig        1042           4       39
944    1.2       7      977        3AA1            1        1010        1A           63         1043          1A       66
945     1A      54      978         1.2           20        1011       1AA            6         1044          1.2      46
946    1.2       8      979          5A           73        1012        1.2          31         1045           4       40
947     1A      55      980         1.2           21        1013        4B           26         1046          1A       67
948    1.2       9      981          4B           26        1014        1.2          32         1047          1.2      47
949     1A      56      982       Index 1         27        1015       5AL           31         1048          1A       68
950    1.2      10      983         1.2           22        1016        1.2          33         1049         1AA        7
951     4F       2      984          5B            7        1017        12            5         1050          1.2      48
952    4F1     Orig     985         1.2           23        1018        1.2          34         1051         1AA        8
953    1.2      11      986          3B           13        1019       5AL           32         1052          1.2      49
954   3AA1     Orig     987         3A1            9        1020        1.2          35         1053           4       41
955 Index 1     25      988         1.2           24        1021        5A           74         1054          1.2      50
956    1.2      13      989          5B            8        1022        1.2          36         1055          1A       69
957     1A      57      990          11            5        1023       5AL           33         1056          1.2      51
                                                                                                       37th Revised Page 1.3
                                                                                                       Effective July 27, 2011
                                                                                                          Correction No. 1150

                                    CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                     Tariff No.1

                             All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

                                                         EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS

       A          =     INCREASE
       C          =     CHANGE IN WORDING WHICH RESULTS IN NEITHER AN INCREASE OR A REDUCTION
       D          =     DELETION
       E          =     EXCEPTION TO A GENERAL CHANGE
       I          =     ADDITION
       N          =     REISSUED MATTER
       R          =     REDUCTION

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Corr    Page          Rev      Corr         Page         Rev          Corr         Page         Rev         Corr       Page      Rev
 No.     No.          No.       No.          No.         No.           No.          No.         No.          No.        No.      No.
1057    4AA            19      1091         5AL           39          1125         5A2            2         1159
1058     4H             6      1092          1.3         13th         1126          1.3          27         1160
1059     2A             7      1093         15A          2nd          1127         5A3          Orig        1161
1060     3A1           10      1094          15          13th         1128          1.3          28         1162
1061     3A2          Orig     1095           2          23rd         1129         1AA          `10         1163
                                                           th
1062    3AA1            2      1096          2A           8           1130          1.3          29         1164
1063     3A2            1      1097         2A1           1st         1131          1A           73         1165
1064   Index 1A        17      1098          1.3          14          1132         1AA           11         1166
1065        14          1      1099         5AL           40          1133          1.3          30         1167
1066       1.3          2      1100          1.3          15          1134         3AA            6         1168
1067         4         42      1101          1A           71          1135          1.3          31         1169
1068       1.3          3      1102         1AA            9          1136       Index1A         20         1170
1069        14          2      1103          1.3          16          1137          15            1         1171
1070       1.3          4      1104         5AL           41          1138          1A           74         1172
1071       5AL         36      1105          1.3          17          1139         1AA           12         1173
1072       1.3          5      1106          5A           77          1140          1.3          32         1174
1073        4F          3      1107          1.3          18          1141          1A           75         1175
1074       1.3          6      1108          5A           78          1142          1.3          33         1176
1075       5AL         37      1109          1.3          19          1143          1A           76         1177
1076       1.3          7      1110          4B           27          1144          1.3          34         1178
1077        12          5      1111          1.3          20          1145          1A           77         1179
1078   Index 1A        18      1112         5AL           42          1146          1.3          35         1180
1079      14            3      1113          1.3          21          1147          1A           78         1181
1080      1A           70      1114          4B           28          1148          1.3          36         1182
1081      1.3           8      1115          1.3          22          1149         5AL           44         1183
1082     5AL           38      1116         5A1          Orig         1150          1.3          37         1184
1083      1.3           9      1117         5A2          Orig         1151          1A           79         1185
1084      5A           76      1118          1.3          23          1152                                  1186
1085      1.3          10      1119          1A           72          1153                                  1187
1086   Supp 15A         1      1120          1.3          24          1154                                  1188
1087      1.3          11      1121         5AL           43          1155                                  1189
1088   Index 1A        19      1122          1.3          25          1156                                  1190
1089      15          Orig     1123         5A2            1          1157                                  1191
1090      1.3          12      1124          1.3          26          1158                                  1192
                                                                                                        79th Revised Page 1A
                                                                                                        Effective Aug 15, 2011
                                                                                                          Correction No. 1151
                               CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                          Tariff No.1
                   All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.



RULE B - SUEZ TRANSIT FEE
US $ 60.00 per 20' container        US $120.00 for all other sizes      US $ 2.00 per CBM           US $ 3.00 per MT

RULE C - PEAK SEASON SURCHARGE (PSS)

Cosco – IA - Effective August 15, 2011 expiring November 30, 2011
Applicable from all Origins to East Coast All Water and West Coast/IPI points
US$ 320 per 20’            US$ 400 per 40’            US$ 450 per 40’ HC         US$ 506 per 45’

APL - I/A: - Eff August 1, 2010
Applies for Refrigerated Cargoes only
ORIGIN: ASIA; WEST ASIA                  DESTINATION: CANADA
Vancouver Discharge
$480/20' DC       $600/ 40'DC         $675/40' HC        $760/ 45'       $600/40R40       $600/ R40H
East Coast AW Discharge
$640/ 20' DC      $800/40' DC         $900/ 40'HC        $1015/ 45'      $800/ 40'RE      $800/ 40R40H
(1) PSS applies to both tariff and service contract rates.
(2) PSS also applies to Flat Rack, Open top, Tank, and all other types of special equipment


APL, EMC, Hapag Lloyd , Hyundai, K-Line, NYK OOCL, Yang Ming ZIM - IA –
August 15, 2011 expiring November 30, 2011.
Applicable from all Origins to East Coast All Water and West Coast/IPI points
$320.00/20'       $400.00/40'       $450.00/40'HC     $505.00/45'




Page turned on July 26, 2011 to reflect postponement of PSS effective date to August 15, 2011 for APL Hyundai Cosco
                                                                                            12th Rev Page 1AA
                                                                                         Effective: July14, 2011
                                                                                            Correction No. 1139
                           CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                            Tariff No.1




                                     Left Blank Intentionally




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                                                                                               17 Revised Page 1A1
                                                                                          Effective February 20, 2010
                                                                                                   Correction No. 842

                                CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                 Tariff No.1

(I) RULE 30 - High Security Seal Charge - OOCL - IA - Effective February 20, 2010

1.           Shipper shall be responsible for supplying and affixing high security container seals on all Shipper-
     packed containers tendered for transportation to Carrier. Shipper shall be responsible to meet or exceed
     applicable international, national and industry standards for such seals, including standards for electronic or
     machine-readable seals, if applicable. Such standards shall include, but not be limited to, standards and
     requirements imposed by the ISO, including current PAS ISO 17712 standards for high-security seals, the
     statutes and regulations of the United States and other governments, and any requirements imposed by
     applicable port authorities

2.           In the event Shipper tenders to Carrier a container that is not properly sealed as required by this
     rule, Carrier may, at its sole option, 1) reject the container, 2) affix a seal to the container, or take such other
     measures as Carrier deems proper and prudent under the circumstances. Shipper shall indemnify and
     defend the Carrier in respect to all costs, penalties and damages resulting from its tender of unsealed or
     improperly sealed containers

3.            In the event Carrier elects to place a seal on Shipper’s container, Carrier does not undertake to
     inspect or weigh the cargo and no representation or confirmation is made by the Carrier as to the weight,
     contents, measure, quantity, quality, description, condition, marks, numbers or value of the Goods. The
     Carrier shall be under no responsibility whatsoever in respect of such description or particulars furnished or
     made by or on behalf of the Shipper.

4.            In the event the Carrier elects to place a seal on a container, Carrier may allow to recover the costs
     from the shipper in addition to penalties and damages, if any, recovered pursuant to paragraph 2 hereof, and
     shall be paid on a collect basis at destination.

5.           Carrier’s election to place a seal on a container shall be prima facie evidence that the container was
     received in an unsealed condition from the Shipper

6.            In the areas (Hong Kong, Macau, provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan and Yunnan)
     that carrier is to supply the seal to shipper at the time of releasing empty equipment, the following Container
     Seal Fee will be charged prior to release of BL

     Place of Cargo Receipt             Fee per seal              Place of Cargo Receipt                Fee per seal
     Hong Kong and Macau                HKD 25                    Guangdong, China                      RMB 25
     Guangxi, China                     RMB 25                    Guizhou, China                        RMB 25
     Hainan, China                      RMB 25                    Yunnan, China                         RMB 25

     7. Vietnam for all seals                   VND36,000 per container inclusive of VAT

8.       For the following China origins all containers will be charged a High Security Seal Charge as follows:
     Origin                           Fee per seal               Origin                         Fee per seal
     Dalian, China                    RMB 20                     Lianyungang, China             RMB 20
     Qingdao, China                   RMB 20                     Tianjin, China                 RMB 20
     Xian, China                      RMB 20                     Xingang, China                 RMB 20
     Zhengzhou, China                 RMB 20


     Pages turned to reflect addition of New Rule 30 effective February 20, 2010.
                                                                                                      11th Revised Page 1A2
                                                                                                        Effective July 1, 2010
                                                                                                           Correction No. 967

                                  CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                   Tariff No.1

                       All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

(I) RULE 30 - High Security Seal Charge - OOCL - IA - Effective February 20, 2010 - (continued)

9.        For Taiwan the following charge will apply whenever Carrier is required to apply a seal.
          Charge to be paid by shipper at origin.                      NTD100 per container.

10.       For Malaysia the following charge will apply whenever Carrier is required to apply a seal.
          Charge to be paid by shipper at origin.                      MYR 10 per seal

11.       For Singapore the following charge will apply whenever Carrier is required to apply a seal.
          Charge to be paid by shipper at origin.                     SGD 5 per seal

12        For Batam, Indonesia the following charge will apply whenever Carrier is required to apply a seal.
          Charge to be paid by shipper at origin.                    SGD 5 per seal

13.       For Korea the following charge will apply whenever Carrier is required to apply a seal.
          Charge to be paid by shipper at origin.                      KRW 3,000 per Container

14.       For cargo originating or via Surabaya, Indonesia or Jakarta, Indonesia or Semarang, Indonesia or
          Belawan Indonesia the following charge will apply whenever Carrier is required to apply a seal.
          Charge to be paid by shipper at origin.                       IDR 25000 per seal

15.       For Thailand the following charge will apply whenever Carrier is required to apply a seal.
          Charge to be paid by shipper at origin.                     THB 100 per seal

16.       For Cambodia the following charge will apply whenever Carrier is required to apply a seal.
          Charge to be paid by shipper at origin.                USD 3 per seal - Effective April 15, 2010

      (I)High Security Seal Charge - OOCL IA - Effective July 1, 2010
      Vietnam for all seals  VND72,000 per container inclusive of VAT


      RULE F - MUARA ADDITIONAL FOR LCL CARGO

      Muara additional of US $ 500.00 per BL, in addition to freight rate and applicable charges for LCL cargo ex Muara
      with cargo volume less or equal to 7 cbm.




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                                                                                                      12 Revised Page 1B
                                                                                                     Effective May 13, 2008
                                                                                                         Correction No. 680


                                CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                 Tariff No.1

                     All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.


(A) RULE G - PANAMA CANAL TRANSIT FEE

The following charge will be assessed by the carriers for all cargo moving via the Panama Canal. This charge is to
be paid together with ocean freight:
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Expires May 25 , 2008 – Excluding PRC Origins
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Expires July 6 , 2008 – PRC Origins only

5% for unit based cargo
US $ 3.00 / CBM
US $ 8.00 / MT
US $ 165.00 per container

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Effective May 26 , 2008 – Excluding PRC Origins
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Effective July 7 , 2008 – PRC Origins only
US $ 6.00 / CBM
US $ 14.00 / MT
US $ 260.00 per container


RULE H - DIFFERENTIALS FOR OTHER SIZED EQUIPMENT

The following differentials will apply as noted below:

FOR VANCOUVER, TORONTO, MONTREAL (MLB & AW)

20FT            - 0.75 of the 40ft standard container rate level
20FT - 0.80 of the 40ft standard container rate level - Effective May 1, 2004
40FT HC         - 1.125 above 40ft standard container rate level
45FT            - 1.266 above 40ft standard container rate level
40ft reefer dry - 0.92 of the 40ft standard container rate level
CBM             - 40ft rate level / 50
WT              - 20ft rate level / 20

Note - rounded to the nearest $5.00.




(A) Increase to Panama Canal Transit Fee
                                                                                                    23rd Revised Page 2
                                                                                                   Effective April 1, 2011
                                                                                                     Correction No. 1095

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 1 - GUIDELINE RATE APPLICATION
For Carriers providing service from Asian base ports to Canadian base ports, the rates applied should equal or
exceed the following levels on a CY/CY basis:

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Inclusive of May 1 , 2007 General Rate Increase – Expires March 31, 2011
                       20ft          40ft           40ft HC        45ft
MLB                    3200          4000           4500           5065
AW                     3080          3850           4330           4875
Western Canada         1680          2100           2365           2660

For information purposes, the above mentioned guideline rates are subject to all tariff additionals


Effective April 1, 2011 Expires April 30, 2011. (R)

                                           40ft    40ft HC
MLB                                       3750     3850

All Water                                 3750     3850

Western Canada/Vancouver                  1750     1800

Intermodal                                2950     3050

These minimum guideline rates are inclusive of Bunker Surcharge/Fuel Recovery Charge as of April 1, 2011,
but subject all other applicable charges and to future adjustments of all charges including the Bunker
Surcharge/Fuel Recovery Charge.


Minimum Guideline Rates Effective May 1, 2011: (A)

                                          40ft     40ft HC

MLB                                       4350     4550

All Water                                 4350     4550

Western Canada/ Vancouver                 2150     2350

Intermodal                                3550     3750



These minimum guideline rates are inclusive of Bunker Surcharge/Fuel Recovery Charge as of May 1, 2011,
but subject all other applicable charges and to future adjustments of all charges including the Bunker
Surcharge/Fuel Recovery Charge.




Note: Page updated reducing guidelines effective April 1, 2011
                                                                                                   8th Revised Page 2A
                                                                                                  Effective April 1, 2011
                                                                                                    Correction No. 1096


                            CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                             Tariff No.1

                 All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 2 - WEST CANADA INLAND POINT ADD-ONS
For carriers providing service to Western Canada Inland points listed below, the following add-ons should be applied
and are in addition to the Northeast and Southeast Asia base rates.

                20D     40D     40HC     45D
Calgary         1020    1180    1300     1470
Edmonton        1020    1180    1300     1470
Winnipeg        1555    2175    2450     2755
Saskatoon       1460    2060    2320     2610
Regina          1460    2060    2320     2610

                40R     40RHC
Calgary         1550    1550
Edmonton        1550    1550
MLB             2350    2350

RULE 2A         CY DESTINATION DELIVERY CHARGE
                WEST COAST
                US $ 370/20' STD container
                US $ 740/40' STD container
                US $ 835/40' HC container
                US $ 935/45' container
                US $17.60/RT

                EAST COAST (MLB)
                US $ 535/20' STD container
                US $ 1070/40' STD container
                US $ 1205/40' HC container
                US $ 1355/45' container
                US $ 22.60/RT
                CFS DESTINATION DELIVERY CHARGE
                WEST COAST              - US $ 28.10/RT
                EAST COAST (MLB) - US $ 31.00/RT

Rule 2A1 - Service Fee for Submission of Non-EDI Bookings
Service Fee for Submission of Non-EDI Booking - OOCL IA – Expires January 9, 2011
For all shipments from China (except Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan Provinces), a service fee of
RMB 150 per booking will be assessed if submission of such is not transmitted to the Carrier through
electronic data interchange with the Carrier or via CargoSmart Portal.
Service Fee for Submission of Non-EDI Booking – OOCL IA - Effective Jan 10, 2011
For all shipments from China (except Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan Provinces), a service fee of
RMB 200 per booking will be assessed if submission of such is not transmitted to the Carrier through
electronic data interchange with the Carrier or via CargoSmart Portal
Service Fee for Submission of Non-EDI Shipping Instruction - OOCL IA – Expires Jan 9, 2011
For all shipments from China (except Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan Provinces), a service fee of
RMB 150 per shipping instruction will be assessed if submission of such is not transmitted to the Carrier
through electronic data interchange with the Carrier or via CargoSmart Portal.
Service Fee for Submission of Non-EDI Shipping Instruction – OOCL IA - Effective Jan 10, 2011
 For all shipments from China (except Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan Provinces), a service fee of
RMB 200 per shipping instruction will be assessed if submission of such is not transmitted to the Carrier
through electronic data interchange with the Carrier or via CargoSmart Portal.

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                                                                                                  Effective April 1, 2011
                                                                                                    Correction No. 1097

                            CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                             Tariff No.1

                 All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

Rule 2A2 - Equipment Interchange Receipt Fee - OOCL IA Eff 6/23/2010
All cargo from the following origins are subject to an Equipment Interchange Receipt Fee to be
charged on a prepaid basis.
Origin:                                                            Amount per container:
China: Dalian, Lianyungang, Qingdao, Tianjin, Xingang              RMB 10
RULE 2B - SOUTHEAST ASIA GUIDELINE RATE ADD-ONS
For carriers providing service from Southeast Asia ports listed below to Canadian base ports, the add-ons applied
should equal or exceed the following levels and are in addition to the Northeast Asia base rates.

                                20ft Dry          40ft Dry         40ft HC           405ft Dry        40ft Reefer Dry
Singapore                       150.00            200.00           225.00            255.00           185.00
Bangkok/Laem Chaebang           265.00            350.00           395.00            445.00           325.00
Pt Kelang, Penang               265.00            350.00           395.00            445.00           325.00
Cebu                            450.00            600.00           675.00            760.00           555.00
Manila                          225.00            300.00           340.00            380.00           280.00
General Santos                  735.00            975.00           1100.00           1235.00          900.00
Jakarta/Surabaya/Beliwan/Deli   375.00            500.00           565.00            635.00           460.00
Penjang, Semarang               525.00            700.00           790.00            890.00           645.00
Ho Chi Minh City                565.00            750.00           845.00            950.00           690.00
Haiphong                        640.00            850.00           960.00            1080.00          785.00

RULE 2C - P.R.C. GUIDELINE ADD-ONS
For Carriers providing service from PRC ports listed below to Canadian base ports, the add-ons applied should equal
or exceed the following levels and are in addition to the Northeast Asia base rates.

                                20ft Dry          40ft Dry         40ft HC           405ft Dry        40ft Reefer Dry
Huangpu                         340.00            450.00           510.00            570.00           415.00
Zuhai                           375.00            500.00           565.00            635.00           460.00
Yantian                         75.00             100.00           115.00            130.00           95.00
Shenzen                         190.00            250.00           285.00            320.00           230.00
Chiwan                          265.00            350.00           395.00            445.00           325.00
Guanghzou                       340.00            450.00           510.00            570.00           415.00
Shekou                          265.00            350.00           395.00            445.00           325.00
Dalian                          450.00            600.00           675.00            760.00           555.00
Shanghai                        300.00            400.00           450.00            510.00           370.00
Quingdao                        450.00            600.00           675.00            760.00           555.00
Xingang                         450.00            600.00           675.00            760.00           555.00
Tianjin                         600.00            800.00           900.00            1015.00          740.00
Fuzhou                          450.00            600.00           675.00            760.00           555.00
Xiamen                          450.00            600.00           675.00            760.00           555.00
Nanjing                         600.00            800.00           900.00            1015.00          740.00
Nantong                         600.00            800.00           900.00            1015.00          740.00
Ningbo                          600.00            800.00           900.00            1015.00          740.00
Xhongshan                       375.00            500.00           565.00            635.00           460.00
Hiamen                          940.00            1250.00          1410.00           1585.00          1150.00
Shantou                         640.00            850.00           960.00            1080.00          785.00
Foshan                          375.00            500.00           565.00            635.00           460.00
Zhanqjiagang                    600.00            800.00           900.00            1015.00          740.00
Wuhan                           1275.00           1700.00          1915.00           2155.00          1565.00

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                                                                                                     Original Page 2AA
                                                                                                 Effective June 7, 2000
                                                                                                    Correction No. 221

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 2CC - PAKISTAN INLAND HAULAGE

Rail-GP Containers

                             Non Hazardous                              Hazardous

Port                   20' Dry          40' Dry                   20' Dry           40' Dry

Lahore        RS.      25,293           42,473                    29,143            49,273
Sialkot       RS.      26,999           45,433                    30,349            52,233
Rawalpindi    RS.      28,603           48,343                    32,454            55,143
Peshawar      RS.      29,433           49,253                    33,283            56,053
Multan        RS.      24,299           40,323                    29,149            47,123
Quetta        RS.      25,933           43,603                    29,763            50,403

Rail-Special Containers

                             Non Hazardous                              Hazardous

Port                   20' Dry          40' Dry                   20' Dry           40' Dry

Lahore        RS.      30,678           52,433                    34,528            59,233
Sialkot       RS.      32,809           56,143                    36,659            62,943
Rawalpindi    RS.      34,738           59,803                    38,588            66,603
Peshawar      RS.      N/A
Multan        RS.      N/A
Quetta        RS.      N/A

Road (Bonded Carriers) - GP Containers

                       20'                                        40'

Port                   18.5 MT          24 MT                     30 MT

Rawalpindi    RS.      29,865           39,865                    48,245
Peshawar      RS.      33,365           45,365                    54,245
Lahore        RS       26,365           36,365                    44,745
Raisalabad    RS.      25,865           35,865                    43,745
Sialkot       RS.      27,865           38,865                    45,475
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                                                                                               Effective October 28, 1998
                                                                                                       Correction No. 130

                              CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                               Tariff No.1

                   All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 2D - ARBITRARIES

a) KOREA
   Outport:       Incheon
   Arbitrary:     Won 8230 W Won 5730 M
                  Won 223,075 20D
                  Won 293,525 for all other sizes of containers

    Outport:      Kwang Yang
    Arbitrary:    US $ 150.00 per 20' container
                  US $ 200.00 per 40' STD container
                  US $ 225.00 per 40' HC container
                  US $ 255.00 per 45' container

    Note: Kwang Yang Arbitrary applies on direct call and non-direct call cargo over Korea based port rates.

b) INDONESIA
   All cargoes shipped from the following Indonesian outports are subject to the arbitrary charges as indicated
   below. Arbitrary charges are subject to Note 1.

    Outport:      Ujung Padang (subject to Note 2)
    Arbitrary:    US $ 42.50 M $ 46.00 W
                  US $ 490.00 per 20' container                      US $ 825.00 per 20R container
                  US $ 650.00 per 40' STD container                  US $1,200.00 per 40R container
                  US $ 730.00 per 40' HC container                   US $ 825.00 per 45' container

    Outport:      Benoa
    Arbitrary:    US $ 450.00 per 20' container                      US $ 725.00 per 20R container
                  US $ 875.00 per 40' container                      US $1,325.00 per 40R container

    Outport:      Banjarmasin
    Arbitrary:    US $ 350.00 per 20' container
                  US $ 575.00 per 40' STD container
                  US $ 645.00 per 40' HC container                   US $ 730.00 per 45' container

    Outport:      Padang
    Arbitrary:    US $ 27.50 M $ 56.00 W
                  US $ 820.00 per 20' container
                  US $1,085.00 per 40' STD container
                  US $1,220.00 per 40' HC container                  US $1,385.00 per 45' container

    Outport:      Palembang (subject to Note 3)
    Arbitrary:,   US $ 32.50 M $ 36.00 W
                  US $ 705.00 per 20' container
                  US $ 935.00 per 40' STD container
                  US $1,050.00 per 40' HC container                  US $1,185.00 per 45' container
                  US $ 5.50 per pallet for Rubber
                                                                                                        Original Page 2C
                                                                                              Effective October 28, 1998
                                                                                                      Correction No. 131

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 2D - ARBITRARIES (Continued)
All cargoes shipped from the following Indonesian outports are subject to the arbitrary charges as indicated below.
Arbitrary charges are subject to Note 1.

b) INDONESIA - (Cont)

    Outport:     Panjang (subject to Note 2)
    Arbitrary:   US $ 25.00 M $ 51.00 W
                 US $ 640.00 per 20' container                      US $ 850.00 per 40' STD container
                 US $ 955.00 per 40' HC container                   US $1,075.00 per 45' container

    Outport:     Menang
    Arbitrary:   US $ 405.00 per 20' container                      US $ 685.00 per 40' STD container
                 US $ 770.00 per 40' HC container                   US $ 865.00 per 45' container
                 US $ 61.00 W Refrigerated Cargo Only

    Outport:     Perawang
    Arbitrary:   US $ 450.00 per 20' container
                 US $ 700.00 for all other sizes of containers

    Outport:     Bandung
    Arbitrary:   US $ 200.00 per 20' container
                 US $ 300.00 per 40' container

    Outport:     Bantam
    Arbitrary:   US $ 750.00 per 20' container                      US $1,100.00 per 40' STD container
                 US $1,125.00 per 40' HC container                  US $1,265.00 per 45' container

    Outport:     Panjang (subject to Note 2)
    Arbitrary:   US $ 550.00 per 20' container
                 US $1,000.00 per 40' container

    Outport:     Balikpapan
    Arbitrary:   US$ 1,305.00 per 20' container                     US$ 2,000.00 per 40' STD container
                 US$ 2,250.00 per 40' HC container                  US$ 2,535.00 per 45' container

    Outport:     Samarinda
    Arbitrary:   US $ 450.00 per 20' container
                 US $ 800.00 per 40' STD container                  US $1,900 per 40R container
                 US $ 900.00 per 40' HC container                   US $2,140.00 per 40R HC container
                 US $1,015.00 per 45' container                     US $2,045.00 per 45R container
                                                                                                        Original Page 2D
                                                                                              Effective October 28, 1998
                                                                                                      Correction No. 132

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 2D - ARBITRARIES (Continued)
All cargoes shipped from the following Indonesian outports are subject to the arbitrary charges as indicated below.
Arbitrary charges are subject to Note 1.

b) INDONESIA - (Cont)

    Outport:     Pekan Baru (Rubber shipments only)
    Arbitrary:   US $ 550.00 per 20' container
                 US $1,000.00 per 40' container

    Outport:     NOS
    Arbitrary:   US $1,305.00 per 20' container
                 US $2,335.00 for all other sizes of containers
                 US $ 42.50 M US $ 56.00 W

Note 1: The above arbitrary charges must apply in addition to the base freight rates for the commodities concerned
ex Indonesia. At outports NOS for refrigerated cargo add 30% to the charges shown.
Note 2: Cargo moving at AQ rates will have to be assessed the AQ arbitrary whereas the box rate arbitrary is only
applicable to cargo moving at the box rates.
Note 3: The arbitrary is applicable irrespective of whether the cargo moves via Panjang or direct from Palembang.

Defined Table: Indonesia Table 1

Port (US$)               M       W                 20D              40D               40HCD            45D
Balikpapan                                         1305             2000              2250             2535
Banjarmasin                                        350              575               645              730
Benoa                                              450              875
Jambi                                              550              1000
Padang                   27.50   56.00             820              1085              1220             1385
Palembang                32.50   36.00             705              935               1050             1185
Panjang                  25.00   51.00             640              850               955              1075
Samarinda                                          450              800               900              1015
Ujung Pandang            42.50   46.00             490              650               730              825

c) MACAU -               (HK$)                     20D              40D               40HCD
   Arbitrary:            Cy Container              3650             5650              6200

    All charges from CY Macau to shippers' place of business and movement from there to carrier's CY at Hong
    Kong. Also includes all charges from vessel's tackle to Macau.
                        (HK$)                    20R             40R
    Arbitrary           Refrigerated Cargo       4950            7800

    For CY Cargo Only:
    Carrier may issue Macau through bill of lading and permit shipper to arrange its own transportation to Hong Kong
    and cargo may be delivered to a consolidator's warehouse at Hong Kong. The bill of lading will only be issued
    upon receipt.
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                                                                                         Effective December 15, 1998
                                                                                                   Correction No. 148

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                                            Tariff No.1

                All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 2D - ARBITRARIES (Continued)

d) MALAYSIA EAST - Non containerized precarriage cargo (see notes 1&2)
   ARBITRARY:             PER CBM          PER 1,000 KGS
   Kuching                37.50            41.00
   Sibu                   37.50            41.00
   Bintulu                47.50            51.00
   Miri                   47.50            51.00
   Labuan                 42.50            46.00
   Kota Kinabalu          42.50            46.00
   Sandakan               47.50            51.00
   Sipitang               52.50            56.00
   Tawau                  52.50            56.00
   Outports NOS           52.50            56.00

   Note 1: For refrigerated cargo add 100% on above rates.
   Note 2: Above rts not subject to precarriage bunker surcharge. For hazardous cargo add 100% on above rts.

   MALAYSIA EAST - Per containerized cargo (See Notes 1, 2, 3)
   ARBITRARY:              PER 20'          OTHER SIZES
   Kuching                 905.00           1,735.00
   Sibu                    905.00           1,735.00
   Bintulu                 1,205.00         2,335.00
   Miri                    1,205.00         2,335.00
   Labuan                  955.00           1,735.00
   Kota Kinabalu           825.00           1,500.00
   Sandakan                1,305.00         2,535.00
   Sipitang                955.00           1,735.00
   Tawau                   1,405.00         2,535.00
   Outports NOS            1,305.00         2,535.00

   Note 1: For refrigerated cargo add 50% on above rates.
   Note 2: For hazardous cargo add 100% on above rates.
   Note 3: Above rates are not subject to precarriage bunker surcharge.

e) MALAYSIA WEST - Per containerized cargo
   ARBITRARY:             PER cbm          per 1000 kgs
   Pasir Gudang           4.00              6.50
   Sarikai                41.00            41.00
   Kuantan                42.50            56.00
   Outports NOS           42.50            56.00
                          PER 20'          OTHER SIZES
   Pasir Gudang           115.00           150.00
   Sarikai                1,305.00         2,335.00
   Kuantan                380.00           600.00
   Outports NOS           1,305.00         2,335.00
   Ipoh (Note 4)          * 555.00         * 1,000.00 40' / * 695.00 45'/D

   Note 1: For refrigerated cargo add 30% on above rates.
   Note 2: For hazardous cargo add 100% on above rates.
   Note 3: Above rates are not subject to precarriage bunker surcharge.
   Note 4: * Ipoh arbitrary applies in Malaysian dollars.
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                                                                                                       Correction No. 134

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                                               Tariff No.1

                   All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 2D - ARBITRARIES (Continued)

f)   PHILIPPINES (Dry Cargo)

     1) Arbitrary: Revenue Ton (US Dollars)

                                           PER CBM           PER 1,000 KGS
     Cagayan de Oro (Bugo)                 19.25             48.00
     Davao                                 23.00             50.25
     Dumaguete                             18.50             48.00
     Iligan                                19.75             48.00
     Iloilo                                17.00             48.00
     Legaspi / Tabaco                      14.00             24.75
     Lugao (Gingoog)                       19.25             48.00
     Makar /Gen. Santos (Dadiangas)        22.50             50.25
     Mariveles (See Note)                  9.25              26.75
     Zamboanga                             19.25             48.00
     Outports NOS (See Note)               42.50             56.00

     Note: At Mariveles on call CY Origin cargo rated on a revenue ton basis, the outport additional shall be subject to
     the following: basis, the outport additional shall be subject to the following minimums for the container used.

     20' container - 25 CBM / 12 KT                 40' container - 50 CBM / 18 KT
     45' container - 64 CBM / 18 KT                 48' container - 72.15 CBM / 25.97 KT

     2) Arbitrary: Per Container (US Dollars) (See Note 1)

                                           20D      40D      40HC    40D      48D
     Bacolod / Pulupandan                  525      995      1,120   1,260
     Cagayan de Oro                        745      1,165    1,310   1,475
     Davao                                 785      1,165    1,310   1,475
     Iloilo                                525      995      1,120   1,260
     Legaspi / Tabaco                      545      600      615     690
     Makar / Gen Santos                    615      1,165    1,310   1,475
     Mariveles                             370      485      545     610
     Ozamis                                785      1,200    1,350   1,520
     Rozario                               225      300      340     380      435
     Zamboanga                             615      1,165    1,310   1,475
     Subic (Subic Bay) (Note 2)            465      515      580     650
     Angeles City (Note 3)                 420      475      475     475
     Outports, NOS                         1,305    2,335    2,350   2,370

     Note 1: The above per container outport arbitraries only apply to cargo rated at per container rated at per
     container rates, or to AQ rated cargo, other than reefer, only when all the cargo in the container is for a single
     consignee to one Bill of Lading Port only. All charges are US $.

     Note 2: The Subic Arbitrary includes delivery of empty container to shipper's door, pick up of loaded container,
     arrastre, wharfage and brokerage.

     Note 3: The Angeles City Arbitrary includes the Clark Economic Zone and store Door Pick up at origin.
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                                                                                                       Correction No. 135

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                                               Tariff No.1

                   All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 2D - ARBITRARIES (Continued)


f)   PHILIPPINES (Reefer Cargo)

1) Arbitrary:    Per Revenue Ton (US Dollars)

                                           PER CBM          PER 1,000 KGS
     Davao/Gen. Santos and Iloilo          76.00
     Outports NOS                          55.25            72.80

2) Arbitrary:    Per Container (US Dollars) (See Note 1)

                                  20R               40R              40RHC             45R
     Mindinao Ports               1,235             2,100            2,100             2,100
     Visayan Ports                1,065             1,750            1,750             1,750
     Zamboanga                    1,234             2,090            2,090             2,090
     Subic (Subic Bay)            465               515              580               650
     Angeles City *               420               475              475               475
     Outports NOS                 1,696.50          3,035.50         3,055             3,081

     The Angeles City Arbitrary includes the Clark Economic Zone and Store Door Pick Up at origin.

     Note 1: The following per container Cagayan De Oro Arbitraries are applicable for shipments of Refrigerated
     cargo to West Coast, East Coast via MLB & All-Water & IPI via WC & EC:

         US $ 1,320/R20
         US $ 2,000/R40
         US $ 2,215/R4H
         US $ 2,450/R45

CEBU CARGO
AQ Cargo:                 US $ 17.00 per Cubic Meter        US $ 48.00 per 1000 KGS
Per container dry:        520 / 20D      875 / 40D          985 / 40HC     105 / 45D
Per container reefer:     970 / 20R      1,500 / 40R        1,500 / 40RHC 1,500 / 45R

Note 1:The above per container outport arbitraries only apply to cargo rated at per container rates, or to AQ rated
cargo, other than reefer, only when all the cargo in the container is for a single consignee to one Bill of Lading Port
only. All charges are US $.

g) TAICHUNG
   Rates for cargo received by carrier in Taichung but shipped from another port in Taiwan:

     Taichung Arbitrary: US $10.5 W/M               US $ 200 - per container (all sizes)

     Note: For the purpose of this tariff, the term "Taichung" shall include the geographical area within and outside the
     Taichung Harbor which is under the jurisdiction of the Taichung Harbor Bureau.
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                                                                                             Effective October 28, 1998
                                                                                                     Correction No. 136

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                                             Tariff No.1

                 All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 2D - ARBITRARIES (Continued)

h) THAILAND

   1) Songhkla
      All cargoes shipped from Songhkla except Rubber are subject to the following arbitraries:

       General Cargo:
       US $ 18/W (Subject to a minimum charge of 18.5 MT/20' & 20.5 MT/40')
       US $ 10/M
       US $ 300/20D
       US $ 400/40D
       US $ 450/40DHC
       US $ 505/45R

       Reefer Cargo:
       US $ 28/W (Subject to a minimum charge of 15.0 MT/20' & 18.5 MT/40')
       US $ 450/20R
       US $ 600/40R
       US $ 675/40RHC
       US $ 760/45R

   2) Phuket
      All cargoes shipped from Phuket are subject to the following Arbitraries:

       General Cargo:
       US $ 390/20D
       US $ 520/All other sizes of containers

       Reefer Cargo:
       Add 50% to General Cargo arbitraries

   3) Other Outports
      For any other Outports not specified above, the following Outport arbitraries will apply:

       General Cargo:
       US $ 56/W
       US $ 42.50/M
       US $ 1,305/20D
       US $ 2,335/all other sizes of containers

       Reefer Cargo:
       Add 30% to General Cargo arbitraries.
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                                                                                              Effective October 28, 1998
                                                                                                      Correction No. 137

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                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 2D - ARBITRARIES (Continued)

i)   CAMBODIA

     1) Kompong Som
        For cargo ex Kompong Som (Sihanoukville) the following arbitraries will be applied over the Singapore rate
        under a Cambodia Bill of Lading:

         US $ 70/CBM     (Applies to CFS/CFS Shipments only)
         US $ 110/W      (Applies to CFS/CFS Shipments only)

         US $ 900/20D            US $ 3,000/20R
         US $ 1,200/40D          US $ 4,000/40R
         US $ 1,350/40DHC        US $ 4,500/40RHC
         US $ 1,520/45D          US $ 5,065/45R

     2) Phnom Penh
        For cargo ex Pnohm Penh the following arbitraries will be applied over the Singapore rate under a Cambodia
        Bill of Lading:

         US $ 83/CBM     (Applies to CFS/CFS Shipments only)
         US $ 130/W      (Applies to CFS/CFS Shipments only)

         US $ 900/20
         US $ 1,200/40
         US $ 1,350/40HC
         US $ 1,520/45
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                                                                                              Effective October 28, 1998
                                                                                                      Correction No. 138

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                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 2D - ARBITRARIES (Continued)


j)   VIETNAM
     Arbitraries are applicable over the Vietnam base port rate only

     1) Danang Outport Arbitrary
        US $ 650/20D           US $ 975/20R
        US $ 1,300/40D         US $ 1,950/40R
        US $ 1,300/40/DHC      US $ 1,950/40RHC
        US $ 1,645/45D         US $ 2,470/45R

     2) Haiphong Outport Arbitrary
        US $ 300/20D           US $ 450/20R
        US $ 600/40D           US $ 900/40R
        US $ 600/40/DHC        US $ 900/40RHC
        US $ 760/45D           US $ 1,140/45R

     3) Vung Tau Outport Arbitrary
        US $ 250/20D           US $ 375/20R
        US $ 350/40D           US $ 525/40R
        US $ 350/40/DHC        US $ 525/40RHC
        US $ 500/45D           US $ 750/45R

     4) Can Tho Outport Arbitrary
        US $ 350/20D           US $ 525/20R
        US $ 400/40D           US $ 600/40R
        US $ 450/40/DHC        US $ 675/40RHC
        US $ 505/45D           US $ 760/45R

     5) Quinhon Outport Arbitrary
        US $ 650/20D            US $ 975/20R
        US $ 1,000/40D          US $ 1,650/40R
        US $ 1,000/40/DHC       US $ 1,650/40RHC
        US $ 1,265/45D          US $ 2,085/45R

k) MYANMAR
   The following Outport Arbitraries are applicable for cargo ex Myanmar over an applicable Singapore Tariff ocean
   freight under Myanmar through Bill of Lading:

         Dry Cargo               Reefer Cargo
         US $ 125/M
         US $ 200/W
         US $ 1,750/20D          US $ 3,900/20R
         US $ 2,800/40D          US $ 5,200/40R
         US $ 3,375/40DHC        US $ 5,850/40RHC
         US $ 3,800/45D          US $ 6,585/45R
                                                                                                  1st Revised Page 2K
                                                                                               Effective June 4th, 2009
                                                                                                    Correction No. 758

                            CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                             Tariff No.1

                 All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 2D - ARBITRARIES (Continued)

   INDIA (Application suspended until further notice)
    All cargoes shipped from the following India outports are subject to the arbitrary charges as indicated below. The
    following arbitrary charges are in addition to the base freight rates.

   Outport:     ACTL
   Arbitrary:   INR 26,740.00 per 20' container (CY)
                INR 50,770.00 per 40' container (CY)

   Outport:     Panipat
   Arbitrary:   INR 21,300.00 per 20' container (CY)
                INR 40,050.00 per 40' container (CY)

   Outport:     Delhi (over 9 mt)
   Arbitrary:   INR 23,349.00 per 20' container (CY)               INR 44,094.00 per 40' container (CY)
                INR 25,723.00 per 20' container (CFS)              INR 48,767.00 per 40' container (CFS)
                INR 23,649.00 per 20' container (ICD)              INR 44,694.00 per 40' container (ICD)

   Outport:     Delhi (less than 9 mt)
   Arbitrary:   INR 22,349.00 per 20' container (CY)               INR 44,094.00 per 40' container (CY)
                INR 24,723.00 per 20' container (CFS)              INR 48,767.00 per 40' container (CFS)
                INR 22,649.00 per 20' container (ICD)              INR 44,694.00 per 40' container (ICD)

   Outport:     Ahmedabad
   Arbitrary:   INR 8,000.00 per 20' container (CY)                INR 13,800.00 per 40' container (CY)
                INR 8,000.00 per 20' container (ICD)               INR 13,800.00 per 40' container (ICD)

   Outport:     Aurangabad
   Arbitrary:   INR 4,900.00 per 20' container (CY)
                INR 8,360.00 per 40' container (CY)

   Outport:     Moradabad
   Arbitrary:   INR 6,820.00 per 20' container (CY)
                INR 12,475.00 per 40' container (CY)

   Outport:     Ludhiana
   Arbitrary:   INR 6,869.00 per 20' container (ICD)
                INR 12,352.00 per 40' container (ICD)

   Outport:     Jaipur
   Arbitrary:   INR 5,212.20 per 20' container (ICD)               INR 9,830.80 per 40' container (ICD)
                INR 16,308.40 per 20' container (RAIL)             INR 31,475.10 per 40' container (RAIL)

   Outport:     Jophpur (empty by road ex Nhava)
   Arbitrary:   INR 5,212.20 per 20' container (ICD)               INR 9,830.80 per 40' container (ICD)
                INR 15,808.40 per 20' container (RAIL)             INR 28,975.10 per 40' container (RAIL)

   Outport:     Jophpur (empty by rail ex Nhava)
   Arbitrary:   INR 15,308.40 per 20' container (RAIL)             INR 27,975.10 per 40' container (RAIL)
                                                                                                   2nd Revised Page 2L
                                                                                                Effective June 4th, 2009
                                                                                                     Correction No. 759

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 2D - ARBITRARIES (Continued)

INDIA (Continued) (Application suspended until further notice)
   All cargoes shipped from the following India outports are subject to the arbitrary charges as indicated below. The
   following arbitrary charges are in addition to the base freight rates.

    Outport:     Indore
    Arbitrary:   INR 4,062.20 per 20' container (ICD)
                 INR 6,105.80 per 40' container (ICD)

    Outport:     Nagpur
    Arbitrary:   INR 5,860.00 per 20' container (ICD)
                 INR 10,160.00 per 40' container (ICD)

    Outport:     Kanpur (empty by road ex JNP)
    Arbitrary:   INR 5,572.20 per 20' container (ICD)
                 INR 9,725.80 per 40' container (ICD)

    Outport:     Kanpur (empty by road ex Delhi)
    Arbitrary:   INR 9,282.20 per 20' container (ICD)
                 INR 17,320.80 per 40' container (ICD)

    Outport:     Bangalore (by rail to Madras)
    Arbitrary:   INR 10,600.00 per 20' container (ICD)
                 INR 18,980.00 per 40' container (ICD)

    Outport:     Bangalore (by road to Madras)
    Arbitrary:   INR 16,210.00 per 20' container (ICD)
                 INR 25,110.00 per 40' container (ICD)

    Outport:     Bangalroe (by rail to Cochin)
    Arbitrary:   INR 10,600.00 per 20' container (ICD)
                 INR 25,110.00 per 40' container (ICD)

    Outport:     Hyderabad (load via Madras)
    Arbitrary:   INR 6,360.00 per 20' container (ICD)
                 INR 10,740.00 per 40' container (ICD)

    Outport:     Hyderabad (Load via Nhava)
    Arbitrary:   INR 4,580.00 per 20' container (ICD)
                 INR 7,890.00 per 40' container (ICD)

    Outport:     Coimbatore (empty by rail)
    Arbitrary:   INR 4,900.00 per 20' container (ICD)
                 INR 8,130.00 per 40' container (ICD)

    Outport:     Coimbatore (empty by road)
    Arbitrary:   INR 4,510.00 per 20' container (ICD)
                 INR 7,650.00 per 40' container (ICD)
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                                                                                               Effective June 28th, 2007
                                                                                                      Correction No. 542

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                                               Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 3 - APPLICATION OF BOX SIZES ADD-ONS

For the purposes of calculating rates for other size equipment utilized by the carriers in this trade, members should
apply the following add-ons to the guideline rate levels mentioned for 40D.

         40HC WEST CANADA                 $265.00
         40HC EAST CANADA                 $265.00

         45D WEST CANADA                  40D rate x 1.266%
         45D EAST CANADA                  40D rate x 1.266%

Reefer/Dry a formula of 85% to apply regardless of box size.

RULE 4   - APPLICATION OF STORE DOOR DELIVERY CHARGE

For carrier providing delivery service to customers' door, the following charge should be applied in addition to the
guideline rate levels mentioned in Rules 1 and 2, only to the generally accepted greater metropolitan areas:

         Expires July 31st, 2007
         Montreal & Toronto               $200.00 per container
         Vancouver                        Minimum $165.00 per container

         Effective August 1st, 2007
         A) Montreal & Toronto            $325.00 per container
         A) Vancouver                     $350.00 per container


For delivery services, which are not within the generally accepted greater metropolitan areas, refer to the applicable
provincial trucking tariffs for that area. The above listed charge is applicable to any sized equipment and not subject
to Rule 3.

RULE 5 – TRANSLOADING REFUND

Carriers which allow transloading during the course of delivery may refund to their customer a portion of the
Guideline rate as outlined in Rule 1, to a maximum of $1,200/D40 on delivered cargo. For maximum allowable
amounts on other sized equipment refer to Rule 3.

This refund may only apply on containers originally destined to Montreal & Toronto via MLB service.

When transloading service is performed, the carrier should also apply a diversion charge of U.S. $ 100.00 per Bill of
Lading to a maximum of US $ 400.00 per container.




Page turned to reflect the adjustment of Rule 4
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                                                                                                               Effective April 29, 2010
                                                                                                                   Correction No. 942
                                  CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                             Tariff No.1
                      All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 6 - DOCUMENTATION FEE
The following documentation fees should be assessed per Bill of Lading and should be prepaid at origin to the issuance of the Bill
of Lading.
Singapore                          S               $ 60
Brunei                             B               $ 30                Cambodia                  US                  $15
North & Central China              RMB             $ 115               Indonesia                 US                  $ 40
Philippines                        US              $ 30                Hong Kong/ Macao          HK                  $ 125
Korea                              WON             $ 19,000            Sri Lanka                 US                  $ 20
Malaysia                           M               $ 80                South China               RMB                 $ 125
Thailand                           BAHT            $ 500               Fujian China only         RMB                 $ 125
Vietnam                            VD              $ 150,000           Taiwan                    NT                  $ 650
TWN B/L for Non TWN Cargo          NT              $ 2, 000            All other destinations    US                  $ 10
KOR B/L for Non KOR Cargo          WON             $ 20,000

INDEPENDENT ACTION: OOCL ONLY

For re-issuance, including re-printing, of Bills of Lading due to shipper's amendment and/or shipper's request, a full
documentation fee will be assessed each time.

For the purpose of this rule, the term "Bill of Lading" shall also refer to "Sea Waybill"

When Bills of Lading is being issued in a location other than those countries listed in this rule for cargo originating from a
country which is subject to documentation fee, Carrier must bill and collect US$15 per B/L prior to issuance of Bills of
Lading.

For Bills of Lading issued in the PRC, if the carrier is asked to re-issue the Bills of Lading at an origin outside the PRC,
the shipper will be required to pay the appropriate Documentation Fee from that origin.

Documentation Fee has to be shown on the Bills of Lading for all origins.

Documentation Fee must be prepaid prior to issuance of Bills of Lading. (Exception: Documentation Fee can be paid on
collect basis if and only if carrier receives a written confirmation from the consignee agreeable to pay the fee prior to
issuance of Bill of Lading).

BL Issuing Location       Documentation Fee per BL
------------------        -------------------------
Hong Kong/Macao                           Shipments without Booking and Shipping instructions transmitted to Carrier by
                                          electronic data interchange - HKD 200 - OOCL IA Eff Feb 23, 2010
                                          Booking and Shipping instructions must be transmitted to Carrier by electronic data
                                          interchange. - HKD 150 - OOCL IA Eff Feb 23, 2010

Guangdong, Guangxi,                   Shipments without Booking and Shipping instructions transmitted to Carrier by
Guizhou, Hainan, Yunnan.              electronic data - RMB 200 - OOCL IA Eff Feb 23, 2010
                                      Booking and Shipping instructions must be transmitted to Carrier by electronic data
                                      interchange. - RMB 150 - OOCL IA Eff Feb 23, 2010

Batam, Indonesia                      Doc Fee per BL if the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through electronic
                                      data interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                                      SGD 60 per bill of lading - OOCL IA Eff April 1, 2010
                                      Doc Fee per BL if the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through neither
                                      electronic data interchange with the Carrier nor via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                                      SGD 70 per bill of lading - OOCL IA Eff April 1, 2010
                                      Charge per b/l: IDR 100,000 - Effective April 3, 2010




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                                                                                                                  Effective July 14, 2010
                                                                                                                     Correction No. 1134
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                                                            Tariff No.1
                     All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 6 - DOCUMENTATION FEE- continued
BL Issuing Location                 Documentation Fee per BL
------------------                  -------------------------
Singapore                         Doc Fee per BL if the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through electronic
                                  data interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                                  SGD 60 per bill of lading - OOCL IA Eff April 1, 2010
                                  Doc Fee per BL if the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through neither
                                  electronic data interchange with the Carrier nor via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                                  SGD 70 per bill of lading - OOCL IA Eff April 1, 2010
Effective: August 15, 2011        Doc Fee per BL if the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through electronic data
                                  interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                                  Currency                    SGD   70
                                  Doc Fee per BL if the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through neither
                                  electronic data interchange with the Carrier nor via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                                  Currency                    SGD    80
                                  eBKG + eSI + eBL
                                  Currency                    SGD    60
Taiwan                            Doc Fee per BL if the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through electronic
(Or its equivalent in US$ or HKD) data interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                                  NTD 850 /BL - OOCL IA Eff March 15, 2010
                                  Doc Fee per BL if the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through neither
                                  electronic data interchange with the Carrier nor via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                                  NTD 1100 /BL - OOCL IA Eff March 15, 2010

Malaysia                                Doc Fee per BL if the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through electronic
(must be paid at origin no later than   data interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
7 Days after issuance of BL)            MYR 95 per bill of lading (I) OOCL IA eff June 17, 2010
                                        Doc Fee per BL if the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through neither
                                        electronic data interchange with the Carrier nor via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                                        MYR 110 per bill of lading (I) OOCL IA eff June 17, 2010
                                        Doc Fee per BL if the booking and shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier
                                        through neither electronic data interchange with the Carrier nor via Carrier's
                                        CargoSmart Portal. MYR 110 - Effective June 17, 2010

Pakistan                                Payment of freight and charges may be paid at a location other than the cargo origin
                                        or destination country only with prior approval by the Carrier.
                                        An additional service fee at 5% of the total freight and charges stipulated on the bill
                                        of ladings will be charged for this special payment arrangement.
                                        Payment of Freight - Effective: Feb 27, 2010
                                        Doc Fee per BL if the booking and the shipping instruction is         transmitted to carrier
                                        through neither electronic data interchange the Carrier nor via Carrier's Cargo
                                        Smart Portal. USD $35 - Effective June 19, 2010
                                        Doc Fee per BL if the booking and the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier
                                        through electronic data interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier's CargoSmart
                                        Portal. - $30- - Effective June 19, 2010
                                        Doc Fee per BL if either the Booking or Shipping Instruction is transmitted to
                                        carrier through electronic data interchange with the Carrier or via Carriers
                                        CargoSmart Portal. USD $35 - Effective June 19, 2010

Japan                                   JPY 2000 per Bill of lading - OOCL I/A Effective June 15, 2010

Japan                                   (for Non Japan cargo with BL issued at Japan) JPY 3000 - Effective June 15, 2010

Korea                                   Doc Fee per BL if the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through electronic
                                        data interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                                        WON        25,000 per bill of lading - OOCL I/A eff March 7, 2010
                                        Doc Fee per BL if the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through neither
                                        electronic data interchange with the Carrier nor via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                                        WON        50,000 per bill of lading - OOCL I/A eff March 7, 2010

Thailand                                Charge per b/l : BAHT 800.00 - Effective: November 15th, 2008

Cambodia                                Charge per b/l: USD 25 - Effective April 15, 2010

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                                                                                                               Effective Jan 10, 2011
                                                                                                                 Correction No. 1062
                                  CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                             Tariff No.1
                      All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 6 - DOCUMENTATION FEE- continued

BL Issuing Location                     Documentation Fee per BL
------------------                      -------------------------

Philippines                  Doc Fee per BL if the booking and the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through neither
                             electronic data interchange with the Carrier nor via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                             USD 30 - Effective June 19, 2010
                             Doc Fee per BL if the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through electronic data
                             interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal. USD 20- Effective June 19, 2010
                             Doc Fee per BL if the booking and the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through
                             electronic data interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                             USD 10 - Effective June 19, 2010
                             Doc Fee per BL if the Booking is transmitted to carrier through electronic data interchange
                             with the Carrier or via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal. USD 30 - Eff June 19, 2010
                             Per additional Non-negotiable Copy ( for requests exceeding standard set for bl
                             copies) USD 1 - Effective June 19, 2010

Indonesia                    Doc Fee per BL if the booking and the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through
                             electronic data interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                             IDR 50, 000 - Eff June 15, 2010
                             Doc Fee per BL if either the Booking or Shipping Instruction is transmitted to carrier
                             through electronic data interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                             IDR 100,000 - Eff June 15, 2010
                             Doc Fee per BL if the booking and the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier
                             through neither electronic data interchange with the Carrier nor via Carrier’s CargoSmart
                             Portal. IDR100,000 - Eff June 15, 2010

Vietnam                      Doc Fee per BL if the booking and the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through
                             neither electronic data interchange with the Carrier nor via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                             VND 500,000 - July 1, 2010
                             Doc Fee per BL if either the Booking or Shipping Instruction is transmitted to carrier
                             through electronic data interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                             VND 400,000 - July 1, 2010
                             Doc Fee per BL if the booking and the shipping instruction is transmitted to carrier through
                             electronic data interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                             VND 250,000- July 1, 2010

RULE 6.1 - DOCUMENTATION FEE (Place of Receipt) -OOCL -IA

Place of Cargo Receipt                 Documentation Fee Per BL
-------------------                    ----------------------------------
Hong Kong/Macao              Doc Fee per BL if the Booking and Shipping Instruction is transmitted to Carrier through neither
                             electronic data interchange with the Carrier nor via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal. HKD 200
                             Doc Fee per BL if the Booking and the Shipping Instruction is transmitted to carrier through
                             electronic data interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal. HKD 150
                             Doc Fee per BL if either the Booking or Shipping Instruction is transmitted to carrier
                             through electronic data interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal.
                             HKD 200- Effective June 19, 2010

Guangdong, Guangxi,          Doc Fee per BL if the Booking and the Shipping Instruction is transmitted to carrier Guizhou,
Hainan, Yunnan               through electronic data interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier’s
                             CargoSmart Portal. RMB 150
                             Doc Fee per BL if the Booking and Shipping Instruction is transmitted to Carrier through neither
                             electronic data interchange with the Carrier nor via Carrier’s CargoSmart Portal. RMB 200
                             Doc Fee per BL if either the Booking or the Shipping Instruction is transmitted to carrier
                             through electronic data interchange with the Carrier or via Carrier's CargoSmart Portal.
                             RMB 200 - Effective June 19, 2010

PRC                          (for PRC except Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan, Yunnan Provinces) -
                             RMB 150          – Expires January 9, 2011.
                             RMB 200          - Effective January 10, 2011
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                                                                                                               Effective Jan 10, 2011
                                                                                                                 Correction No. 1060
                                 CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                            Tariff No.1
                     All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.
RULE 6A - BL SURRENDER FEE
Hong Kong            HK        $ 150     Philippines          US      $ 20      Malaysia            M       $ 80
Singapore            S         $ 30      Korea                Won     $ 20,000 Indonesia            US      $ 30 (I) Eff 8/1/09
2009Thailand         Baht      $ 300     PRC                  RMB     $ 105     (Guangdong & Fujian only)
Pakistan             RUKH $ 500          Taiwan               NT      $ 300     (local B/L only)
Independent Action: NYK only. Effective: August 1, 2009 (I)
Levels: B/L's surrendered at somewhere other than origin or destination port.
Thailand Baht        $ 800               Indonesia            US      $ 30      Malaysia M          $ 50
(I) Independent Action: OOCL Effective March, 26, 2010
At the request of shipper, and to the extent of carrier is equipped to do so carrier may handle the transmission of cargo release
instructions to the port of discharge or destination for a given shipment. This transaction may be via any means of
communication. When such services are performed for shipper, a Bill of Lading Surrender Fee shall be assessed as follows
depending on the origin country in which the service is performed, regardless of the origin of the cargo shipment.
This fee shall be prepaid at origin.
Singapore                      S$30                PRC                RMB 150             Philippines                    US$20
Thailand                       BAHT 500            Korea              20,000 WON          Vietnam                  VND400,000
Hong Kong/Macao                HK$200              Malaysia           M $110              Taiwan for Non-Taiwan Cargo NT500
Pakistan                       PKR500              Indonesia          US$30 Taiwan for Taiwan Cargo NT300(Local B/L Only)
Independent Action: OOCL Amendment Effective: April 8, 2010
At the request of shipper, and to the extent of carrier is equipped to do so carrier may handle the transmission of cargo release
instructions to the port of discharge or destination for a given shipment. This transaction may be via any means of
communication. When such services are performed for shipper, a Bill of Lading Surrender Fee shall be assessed as follows
depending on the origin country in which the service is performed, regardless of the origin of the cargo shipment.
PRC Provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan.
Taiwan NT500 - Effective April 16, 2010
Independent Action: OOCL Amendment Effective: July 4, 2010
At the request of shipper, and to the extent of carrier is equipped to do so carrier may handle the transmission of cargo
release instructions to the port of discharge or destination for a given shipment. This transaction may be via any means of
communication. When such services are performed for shipper, a Bill of Lading Surrender Fee shall be assessed as follows
depending on the origin country in which the service is performed, regardless of the origin of the cargo shipment.
Service Performed At:                    Charge per B/L Set
Singapore                                S$70
OOCL IA - Effective Jan 10, 2011
At the request of shipper, and to the extent of carrier is equipped to do so carrier may handle the
transmission of cargo release instructions to the port of discharge or destination for a given shipment. This
transaction may be via any means of communication. When such services are performed for shipper, a Bill
of Lading Surrender Fee shall be assessed as follows depending on the origin country in which the service is
performed, regardless of the origin of the cargo shipment.
Service Performed At:                                                                Charge per B/L Set
PRC (except Provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan                                  RMB 200




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                                                                                                               Effective Dec 17, 2010
                                                                                                                 Correction No. 1061
                                 CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                            Tariff No.1
                     All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.


RULE 6B - VALUE ADDED TAX / SURCHARGE
Philippines                                       USD 7.50/ 20' , USD 10.00/ 40' , USD 11.25/40'HC, USD 12.65/45'
Indonesia (For Semarang and Surabaya only)        USD 15.00/20', USD 20.00/40'/40HC, USD 30.00/45' , USD 20.00/20'RE,
                                                  USD 30.00/ 40'HCRE
R)Effective December 5/05 does not apply for Hapag Lloyd
Jakarta                                           USD15.00/20’, USD20.00/20’R, USD20.00/40’, USD30.00/ 40’R, USD30.00/45’

RULE 6C - BILL OF LADING AMENDMENT FEE / REISSUING FEE -HONG KONG (B/L Amendment Fee)
This fee is applicable whenever a Bill of Lading has been released to or picked up by a Shipper and a change has become
necessary as of a result of a request from the Shipper. The charge for such an amendment is HK $150, with the fee being
payable by the Shipper requesting the amendment.
For shipments moving under Hong Kong Bill of lading OOCL - IA Effective March 26, 2010:
1.) In the event shipper requests a change of either shipper; consignee or notify party to an entity which is different from what
was provided at the time of booking and resulted into shipment to be moved under a different contracting party agreement, a Bill
of Lading amendment fee of HK$1000 per container will be applicable and to be paid by the party who requested the change.
 2.) whenever a Bill of Lading has been released to or picked up by a Shipper and a change has become necessary as of a
result of a request from the Shipper. The charge for such an amendment is HK$200, with the fee being payable by the Shipper
requesting the amendment.
PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA (PRC) (B/L Amendment Fee) (South China)
This fee is applicable on all cargo originating in Guangdong Province whenever a Bill of Lading has been released to or picked
up by a Shipper and a change has become necessary as of a result of a request from the Shipper. The charge for such an
amendment is RMB150, with the fee being payable by the Shipper requesting the amendment.
For Shipments moving under Guangdong Province Bill of Lading OOCL - IA Effective March 26, 2010:
1.) In the event shipper requests a change of either shipper ; consignee or notify party to an entity which is different from what
was provided at the time of booking and resulted into shipment to be moved under a different contracting party agreement , a
Bill of Lading amendment fee of RMB$500 per container will be applicable and to be paid by the party who requested the
change.
2.) whenever a Bill of Lading has been released to or picked up by a Shipper and a change has become necessary as of a
result of a request from the Shipper. The charge for such an amendment is RMB200, with the fee being payable by the Shipper
requesting the amendment.
TAIWAN: (B/L Re-Issuing Fee) NTD 500 per B/L




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                                                                                                                   Effective July 4, 2010
                                                                                                                      Correction No. 986
                                  CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                   Tariff No.1

                     All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 6D - HITCHMENT BILL OF LADING FEE
TAIWAN - NTD 1000 per HBL
Taiwan Hitchment Bill of Lading Charge - OOCL - IA - Effective: March 28, 2010
At shipper's request, carrier may issue a single bill of lading to cover cargo originating at different locations in
Taiwan, subject to the applicable rates and charges effective at the time of shipment. When this service is performed by carrier,
a charge of NT$2100 per bill of lading will be assessed and the Taiwan Documentation Fee will be exempted.

This Taiwan Hitchment Bill of Lading Charge applies to all cargo and must be shown on the bill of lading. This charge must be
fully paid prior to release of BL

RULE 6E - SWITCH BILL OF LADING FEE - OOCL - IA Effective Date: March 27, 2010
 At Hong Kong: At shippers request, Carrier may perform a switch Bill of Lading service at a fee of HK$500. This service will
only be provided only if the final Bill of Lading issued also satisfies all governing rules and regulations for the shipment. This
fee is inclusive of the existing Documentation Fee and is payable by the shipper to prior to release of Bills of Lading.

Independent Action: OOCL I/A Effective July 4, 2010:
At Singapore: At shipper’s request, Carrier may perform a switch Bill of Lading service at a fee of SGD 130/set. This
service will only be provided only if the final Bill of Lading issued also satisfies all governing rules and regulations for
the shipment.
This fee applies on top of the existing Documentation Fee and is payable by the shipper prior to release of Bills of
Lading.

RULE 7 - ORIGINAL TERMINAL HANDLING CHARGES
The following Terminal Handling Charges should be prepaid on all cargoes prior to the issuance of the Bills of Lading.

SRI LANKA          USD 86.00/20' /USD 248.00/R20' /USD 138.00/40' / USD 372.00 for all other sizes
                   USD 162.00/ 45' / USC 7.50 per W/M

MANILIA USD 104.00/20D / USD 172.00/45D / USD 138.00/40D / USD 115.00/20R / USD 155.00/40H

FUJIAN, PRC        RMB 370.00/ 20D         RMB 410.00/ 20R              RMB 560.00/ 40D                RMB 610.00/40R
                   RMB 560.00/ 40H         RMB 610.00/ 40RH             RMB 690.00/45D/45H             RMB 20.00 per W/M
                   RMB 760.00/45R/45RH - The above levels are applicable to all Fujian Province ports and points.

INDIA: (Application suspended until further notice)
JNPT (Bombay):
CY Non-Haz               INR 4,710.00 per 20'                        INR 7,700.00 per 40'
CY Haz                   INR 5,590.00 per 20'                        INR 9,165.00 per 40'
CY Reefer                INR 9,885.00 per 20'                        INR 14,645.50 per 40'
CFS Non-Haz              INR 11,060.00 per 20'                       INR 20,215.00 per 40'
CFS Haz                  INR 11,930.00 per 20'                       INR 21,685.00 per 40'
NSICT (Nava Sheva):
CY Non-Haz               INR 4,540.00 per 20'                        INR 7,090.00 per 40'
CY Haz                   INR 5,170.00 per 20'                        INR 8,030.00 per 40'
CY Reefer                INR 10,000.00 per 20'                       INR 15,110.50 per 40'
CFS Non-Haz              INR 10,885.00 per 20'                       INR 19,615.00 per 40'
CFS Haz                  INR 11,515.00 per 20'                       INR 20,555.00 per 40'
Haldia:
CY      Dry              INR 5,360.00 per 20'                        ** 5480) INR 8,310.00 per 40'    (** 8510)
CFS     Dry              INR 8,590.00 per 20'                        ** 9550) INR 13,450.00 per 40'   (** 15270)
        Dry              INR 690.00 W                                ** 760)          INR 430.00 M              (** 480)
CY      Reefer           INR 12,120.00 per 20'                       ** 13400)        INR 20,900.00 per 40'     (** 22760)
CFS     Reefer           INR 17,110.00 per 20'                       ** 1550) INR 27,810.00 per 40'   (** 19520)
        Reefer           INR 1,500.00 W
MUMBAI
CY Non-Haz               INR 4,394.00 per 20'                        INR 6,075.00 per 40'
CY Haz                   INR 4,415.00 per 20'                        INR 6,862.50 per 40'
CY Reefer                INR 14,600.00 per 20'                       INR 16,465.00 per 40'
CFS Non-Haz              INR 9,940.00 per 20'                        INR 18,050.00 per 40'
CFS Haz                  INR 10,465.00 per 20'                       INR 18,837.50 per 40'


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                                                                                               Effective June 4th, 2009
                                                                                                    Correction No. 761

                            CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                             Tariff No.1

                 All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 7 - ORIGINAL TERMINAL HANDLING CHARGES (Continued)
The following Terminal Handling Charges should be prepaid on all cargoes prior to the issuance of the Bills of
Lading.

INDIA: (Application suspended until further notice)

MULAND (Via JNPT):
CY Non-Haz              INR 9,055.00 per 20'              INR 15,885.00 per 40'
CY Haz                  INR 9,580.00 per 20'              INR 16,675.50 per 40'
LCL Non-Haz             INR 700.00 W                      INR 415.00 M
LCL Haz                 INR 740.00 W                      INR 435.00 M

MULAND (Via NSICT)
CY Non-Haz              INR 9,710.00 per 20'              INR 16,865.00 per 40'
CY Haz                  INR 10,235.00 per 20'             INR 17,655.50 per 40'
LCL Non-Haz             INR 750.00 W                      INR 440.00 M
LCL Haz                 INR 790.00 W                      INR 465.00 M

Madras/Chennai:
FCL CY                  INR 1,790.50 per 20'      Plus    US $ 19.45 per 20'
                        INR 2,654.75 per 40'      Plus    US 29.15 per 40'
                        INR 3,495.00 per 45'      Plus    US $ 38.85 per 45'
LCL CFS                 INR 3,998.00 per 20'      Plus    US $ 28.38 per 20'
                        INR 6,379.75 per 40'      Plus    US $ 42.54 per 40'
                        INR 3,495.00 per 45'      Plus    US $ 38.85 per 45'
REEFER                  INR 3,365.00 per 20'      Plus    US 71.43 per 20'
                        INR 4,229.75 per 40'      Plus    US $ 109.48 per 40'
Tuticorin:
D20                     INR 675.00                Plus    US 28.27
D40/40HC                INR 1015.20               Plus    US 38.07

CALCUTTA:
CPY
CY   Dry                INR 2,800.00 per 20'              INR 3,960.00 per 40'
CFS  Dry                INR 12,790.00 per 20'             INR 19,000.00 per 40'
     Dry                INR 1,020.00 W                    INR 640.00 M
CY   Reefer             INR 12,320.00 per 20'             INR 21,500.00 per 40'
CFS  Reefer             INR 22,310.00 per 20'             INR 36,540.00 per 40'
     Reefer             INR 1,900.00 W

NON CPY
CY    Dry               INR 4,420.00 per 20'              INR 6,390.00 per 40'
CFS   Dry               INR 12,790.00 per 20'             INR 19,000.00 per 40'
CY    Reefer            INR 13,940.00 per 20'             INR 23,930.00 per 40'
CFS   Reefer            INR 22,310.00 per 20'             INR 36,540.00 per 40'

VISHAKHAPATNAM (Port)
Note: This applies for Hapag Lloyd only
CY Non-Haz      Dry     INR 3,550.00 per 20’
CY Non-Haz      Dry     INR 5,300.00 per 40’
CY Haz          Dry     INR 4,440.00 per 20’
CY Haz          Dry     INR 6,625.00 per 40’
CY              Reefer INR 8,750.00 per 20’       CY               Reefer INR 12,350.00 per 40’
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                                                                                                   Correction No. 1067

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                        Tariff No.1
                 All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 7 - ORIGINAL TERMINAL HANDLING CHARGES (Continued)
The following Terminal Handling Charges should be prepaid on all cargoes prior to the issuance of the Bills of
Lading.
Hong Kong & Macau               HK $ 2,140/20D        HK $ 2,855/40D/40HC HK $ 3,615/45' & 48'
                                HK $ 2,760/20' RFG    HK $ 3,680/FOR ALL OTHER RFGEQUIPMENT

Indonesia - Semarang            US $ 145/20D              US $ 220/40D/40HC   US $ 280/45D
                                US $ 200/20' RFG          US $ 270/FOR ALL OTHER RFG EQUIPMENT
Applies to Hapag Lloyd only:    US $ 95/20D               US $ 145/40D/40HC   US $ 180/45
Applies to Hapag Lloyd only:    US $ 175/20’ RFG          US $ 230/40’ RFG

Indonesia - Surabaya            US $ 145/20D        US $ 225/40D/40HC   US $ 285/45D
                                US $ 200/20' RFG    US $ 275/FOR ALL OTHER RFG EQUIPMENT
                                US $ 23 PER RT/PER W/M
Applies to Hapag Lloyd only:    US $ 95/20D         US $ 145/40D/40HC   US $ 180/45
Applies to Hapag Lloyd only:    US $ 175/20’ RFG    US $ 230/40’ RFG

Indonesia - Jakarta (covering Bayur/Padang, Panjang, Pontianak, Jambi, Boom-Baru/ Palembang)
                               US $ 117/20D          US $ 177/40D/40HC    US $ 225/45D
                               US $ 197/20' RFG      US $ 262/40’40HC RFG
                               US $ 25 PER RT/PER W/M
Applies to Hapag Lloyd only:   US $ 95/20D           US $ 145/40D/40HC    US $ 180/45
Applies to Hapag Lloyd only: US $ 175/20’ RFG US $ 230/40’ RFG

Indonesia (All other Indonesia ports not named above)
                               US $ 130/20D          US $ 200/40D & 40HC US $ 255/45D
                               US $ 180/20' RFG      US $ 245/FOR ALL OTHER RFG EQUIPMENT
Applies to Hapag Lloyd only:   US $ 95/20D           US $ 145/40D/40HC   US $ 180/45
Applies to Hapag Lloyd only: US $ 175/20’ RFG US $ 230/40’ RFG

Japan                            Y 21,000/20' DRY      (US$175)       Y 29,000/40' DRY      (US$240)
                                 Y 27,300/20' RFG      (US$230)       Y 37,700/40' RFG      (US$315)
THC - Japan - Effective: March 1, 2011
DRY:             32,000 Yen/20’         46,000 Yen/40’         51,750 Yen/HC         58,235 Yen/45ft
REEFER:           41,600 Yen/20’        59,800 Yen/40’
Terminal Handling Charge from Japan - HL - IA - Effective: January 1st 2011.
From All ports in Japan
20’ Standard Dry                 JPY 32000             40’ Standard Dry      JPY 46000
20’ Reefer                       JPY 41600             40’ Reefer            JPY 59800

Korea           WON 101,000/20D          WON 217,000/20R           WON 137,000/40D           WON 289,000/40R
                WON 154,000/40HC         WON 325,000/40RH          WON 174,000/45D           WON 366,000/45R

Dangerous Cargo                 WON 118,000/20D     WON 169,000/40D
Class 1, 2, 7                   WON 191,000/40H     WON 215,000/45D
Dangerous Cargo                 WON 99,000/20D      WON 142,000/40D
Class 3, 6, 8, 9                WON 160,000/40H     WON 180,000/45D
                                WON 122,000/20 FLAT RACK, OPEN TOP
                                WON 163,000/40 FLAT RACK, OPEN TOP

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                                                                                        Effective November 16 , 2007
                                                                                                   Correction No. 628

                            CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                       Tariff No.1
                All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 7 - ORIGINAL TERMINAL HANDLING CHARGES (Continued)

(C) MALAYSIA
Johor Bahara & Kuala Lumpur M $ 440/20 REEFER            M $ 670/ FOR ALL OTHER SIZED RFG EQUIPMENT
                            M $ 295/20 DRY               M $ 440/ FOR ALL OTHER SIZED DRY EQUIPMENT

Penang                         M $ 440/20D REEFER
                               M $ 670/ FOR ALL OTHER SIZED REEFER EQUIPMENT
                               M $ 295/20D DRY
                               M $ 440/ FOR ALL OTHER SIZED DRY EQUIPMENT

Port Kelang                    M $ 495/20D REEFER
                               M $ 735/ FOR ALL OTHER SIZED REEFER EQUIPMENT
                               M $ 335/20D DRY
                               M $ 500/ FOR ALL OTHER SIZED DRY EQUIPMENT

Pakistan       CY Non Haz      R 4,050 per 20'           R 6,725 per 40'
               CFS Non Haz     R 6,550 per 20'           R 11,700 per 40'
               CY Haz          R 7,900 per 20'           R 10,400 per 40'
               CFS Non Haz     R 13,550 per 20'          R 18,500 per 40'

Philippines                    US $ 104/20D              US $ 155/40H
                               US $ 138/40D              US $ 172/45D
                               US $ 115/20R

Singapore                      S $ 182/20D               S $ 237/20R
                               S $ 270/40D               S $ 351/40R
                               S $ 270/40H               S $ 351/40HR
                               S $ 340/45                S $ 442/45R

Thailand                       BAHT 2,600/20D            BAHT 3,100/20 REEFER
                               BAHT 3,900/40D            BAHT 4,650/40 REEFER
                               BAHT 4,390/40HC           BAHT 5,280/40H REEFER
                               BAHT 4,935/45D            BAHT 5,885/45 REEFER

Taiwan                         NT $ 5,600/20D            NT $ 7,280/20R
                               NT $ 7,000/40D            NT $ 9,100/40R
                               NT$7,875/40 HC            NT $ 10,240/40HR
                               NT $ 8,860/45D            NT $ 11,520/45R

Brunei                         US $ 75/20D               US $100/ALL OTHER SIZES
Effective October 1, 2002      B $ 182/20D               B $ 237/20R
                               B $ 270/40D & HC          B $ 351/40R
                               B $ 340/45D

Cambodia                       US $ 70/20D               US $ 91/20R
                               US $ 100/40D              US $ 130/40R
                               US $ 105/40H              US $ 137/40HR
                               US $ 110/45D              US $ 137/45R

Chittagong / Dhaka             TK $1,850/20D         TK $ 2,700/40D
(C) Charges for Johor Bahara & Kuala Lumpur has been moved from Page 4.
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                                                                         Effective December 17, 2010
                                                                                  Correction No. 1057
                               CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                Tariff No.1

                   All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 7 - ORIGINAL TERMINAL HANDLING CHARGES (Continued)

China                     All ports and points, except for Shanghai, Guangdong Province, Guanxi Province, Hainan Province,
                          Yunnan Province & Fujian Province
                          RMB       370/20D                            RMB     410/20R
                          RMB       560/40D/ 40HC                      RMB     610/40R/40RHC
                          RMB       690/45D/ 45HC                      RMB     760/45R/45RHC
Shanghai                  OOCL / NYK Independent Action: Effective January 1, 2010
                          RMB     640/20'                              RMB      956/45''
                          RMB     755/40'/40'HC                        RMB      17 per RT

                          Hapag Lloyd Independent Action: Effective January 1, 2010
                          RMB 450/20'                                 RMB      675/40'HC
                          RMB 600/40'                                 RMB      756/45'

                          Cosco Independent Action: Effective January 1, 2010
                          RMB     470.00 per 20'GP                   RMB 525.00 per 20'RF
                          RMB     755.00 per 40'GP/40 HC RMB 850.00 per 40'RF/40'RHC
                          RMB     955.00 per 45'

                          Yang Ming Independent Action: Effective January 1st, 2010
                          CNY 470/20                                 CNY 520/20' Reefer
                          CNY 755/40' and 40' HC            CNY 855/40' Reefer all types
                          CNY 955/45 HC

                          Evergreen Independent Action: Effective January 4, 2010
                          RMB 470/20'                                RMB 755/40' and 40' HC
                          RMB 955/45 HC                     RMB 850/40' Reefer HC

Guangdong Province        PRC Origin CY Receiving Charge
                          These rates will also apply for the Provinces of Guangxi, Hainan & Yunnan
                          US $ 141/20D                          US $ 181/20 REEFER
                          US $ 269/40D/ 40HC                    US $ 344/FOR ALL OTHER SIZES/REEFER
                          US $ 340/45D/ 45D

Guangdong                OOCL Independent Action: Effective January 20, 2010 (I)
                         CNY 965/20D                  CNY 1345/20 REEFER
                       CNY 1845/40D/40HC            CNY 2355/40HC Reefer
                       CNY 2335/45
                         Guangdong Origin Receiving Charge not applicable
Vietnam                   US$ 77/20'        US$ 118/40        US$ 144/45'

Terminal Handling Charge - OOCL Independent Action: Effective 5/1/2010
The term "CY Receiving Charge" filed in the rate tariffs will have the same meaning as "Terminal Handling Charge. This
charge must be prepaid and payment made prior to issuance of Bills of Lading. However, at the request of consignee,
this charge can also be paid on a collect basis provided a written request from consignee has been received prior to
issuance of the B/L, and on condition that the conversion rate should be determined using the same basis as currently
used in the tariff for prepaid freight. In the case of one or more container(s) covered by multiple Bills of Lading, the
Terminal Handling Charge must be shown on one of the Bills of Lading. The total Terminal Handling Charge assessed
against shipments shall be stated on the Bills of Lading for such shipments.
Origin: China Provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan.
20'Dry - CNY 965, 20'RE - CNY 1345, 40'Dry - CNY 1845, 40HC - CNY 1845, 40'REHC - CNY 2355, 45'Dry - CNY 2355

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                                                                                                                 Original Page 4AA1
                                                                                                               Effective April, 1 2010
                                                                                                                  Correction No. 898
                                 CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                  Tariff No.1

                     All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted

Terminal Handling Charge -OOCL-IA Effective April, 1, 2010

The term "CY Receiving Charge" filed in the rate tariffs will have the same meaning as "Terminal Handling Charge. This
charge must be prepaid and payment made prior to issuance of Bills of Lading. However, at the request of consignee, this
charge can also be paid on a collect basis provided a written request from consignee has been received prior to issuance of the
B/L, and on condition that the conversion rate should be determined using the same basis as currently used in the tariff for
prepaid freight.

In the case of one or more container(s) covered by multiple Bills of Lading, the Terminal Handling Charge must be shown on
one of the Bills of Lading.

The total Terminal Handling Charge assessed against shipments shall be stated on the Bills of Lading for such shipments,

Origin              Currency Cargo Nature      Per R/T             20'      40'       40H        45'     Per Linear Foot

Indonesia           USD               Dry                21                 95        145        145     185
                                      Reefer             21                 175       230        230     -
                                      Yacht    1

Korea               KRW               Dry                                   103000    140000     154000 174000
                                      Reefer                                217000    289000     325000 366000
                                      Flat Rack                             122000    163000
                                      Open Top                              122000    163000     163000
                                      DG Class 1,2,7                        118000    169000     191000 215000
                                      DG Class 3,6,8,9                      99000     142000     160000 180000

Philippines         USD               ALL                                   116       155        174     196
                                      Yacht                                                               2
                                      Reefer                                150       200

PRC (Note 2)        CNY               Dry                                   480       760        760     955
                                      Reefer                                550                  850

Shanghai, China     CNY               ALL                17                 640       755        755     956

Vietnam             USD               Dry                                   79        122        122     148
                                      Reefer                                91                   159

Note 1: <Deleted>

Note 2: Applicable to non-hazardous cargo delivered to CY at loading ports/points in PRC except for Shanghai, Guangdong
Province, Guangxi Province, Hainan Province, Yunnan Province and Fujian Province.

Note 3: Includes the Taiwan Customs Sealing Fee of NT$100 per container levied by the ROC Customs Authorities for CY
cargo.

Note 4: Applicable to cargo moved under a Hong Kong/Macao Bill of Lading only (not applicable to cargo shipped under
through Bills of Lading outside Hong Kong and Macao), will be assessed by Carrier's for each container received at the Carrier's
on Dock CY Facility, irrespective of whether the container has originated from an Off Dock CFS or CY.

Note 5: (A) Terminal Handling Charge shall be assessed to the origin CY cargo and may be prepaid in both Japanese Yen and
US Dollars.

 EXCEPTION: The Terminal Handling Charge may be paid on a "collect" basis at the US Dollar amounts in (A) above, upon
shipper's/consignee's request, subject to mutual agreement between them.

(B) The Terminal Handling Charge must be shown on bills of Origin Receiving Charge - PRC4/1/2010

For Cargo stuffed into containers at ports and inland points other than the Guandong Province:




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                                                                                                             1st Revision Page 4AA2
                                                                                                              Effective April, 15 2010
                                                                                                                  Correction No. 915

                                  CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                   Tariff No.1

                All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted

Terminal Handling Charge -OOCL-IA Effective April, 1, 2010 (Continued)

On cargo delivered to the CFS at loading port for stuffing into containers, the applicable CFS Receiving Charge
assessed against the cargo shall be US$5 per revenue ton, subject to a minimum charge of US$5.

Commodities which carry a rate basis other than 1 cubic metre or 1000 kilos (i.e. per unit, ad valorem, etc.) will
be assessed the CFS Receiving Charge on a revenue ton of 1000 kilos or 1 cubic metre, whichever produces the greater
revenue.

Points in Guangdong. The payment of the Guangdong Origin CY Receiving Charge is either to be prepaid or collect.

US$17 per revenue ton, subject to a minimum of US$17, to be prepaid at origin for CFS cargo from ports and points in
Guangdong.

FUJIAN PROVINCE
For cargo stuffed into containers at ports and inland points within the Fujian Province, an origin receiving charge of US$17 per
revenue ton, subject to a minimum of US$ 17, to be either prepaid or collect for CFS cargo shall apply.

The following per container Fujian Origin CY Receiving Charge shall apply for CY cargo from Ports and Points in Fujian, to be
paid in either prepaid or collect.

20' Dry Container                       CNY 480
20' Refrigerated Container              CNY 550
40' Dry Container                       CNY 760
40' Dry Hicube Container                CNY 760
40' Refrigerated Hicube Container       CNY 850
45' Dry Container                       CNY 955

NOTE 1: For Yachts, the charge will be the applicable Origin Receiving Charge for the country of loading, assessed per linear
foot. The total amount of Origin Receiving Charge assessed against shipments shall be stated on the Bills of Lading for such
shipments
NOTE 2: Commodities which carry rate basis other than 1 cubic metre or 1,000 kilos (i.e. per unit, ad valorem etc.) will be
assessed the Origin Receiving Charge on a revenue ton of 1,000 kilos or 1 cubic metre whichever produces the greater
revenue.

FROM:DALIAN/QINGDAO/XIAMEN/SHANGHAI/XINGANG/YANTIAN/SHEKOU/CHIWAN
On cargo delivered to CFS at loading port, the applicable CFS Receiving Charge assessed against the cargo shall be as
follows:
Commodities which carry rate basis other than 1 cubic metre or 1,000 kilos (i.e., per unit, ad valorem etc.) will be assessed the
CFS Receiving Charge on a revenue ton of 1,000 kilos or 1 cubic metre whichever produces the greater revenue.
The CFS Receiving Charge must be prepaid except for return cargo and payment made prior to issuance of the Bills of Lading.

EXCEPTION:
For Yachts, the charge will the applicable CFS Receiving Charge for the country of loading, assessed per linear foot.

The total amount of CFS Receiving Charge assessed against shipments shall be stated on the Bills of Lading for such
shipments preceded by the following words:
"CFS RECEIVING CHARGES * PER REVENUE TON"
(For Yachts Per Foot Length) (* Insert appropriate amount as applicable)

Origin                                 Currency           Basis    Minimum Charge per BL
Dalian/Qingdao/Xiamen                  USD                75/RT             75
Shanghai/Xingang/Yantian/
Shekou/Chiwan
(for reefer cargo)

Terminal Handling Charge - OOCL - IA - Effective April 15, 2010
Origin: Cambodia, Currency: USD 20'Dry-$90, 40'Dry- $125, 40HC - $125, 45'Dry - $135

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                                                                                                                 7th Revised Page 4AB
                                                                                                              Effective March 24, 2010
                                                                                                                    Correction No. 918
                                  CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                   Tariff No.1

                     All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

Terminal Handling Charge: OOCL - IA - Effective: April 22, 2010
The term "CY Receiving Charge" filed in the rate tariffs will have the same meaning as "Terminal Handling Charge. This charge
must be prepaid and payment made prior to issuance of Bills of Lading. However, at the request of consignee, this charge can
also be paid on a collect basis provided a written request from consignee has been received prior to issuance of the B/L, and on
condition that the conversion rate should be determined using the same basis as currently used in the tariff for prepaid freight. In
the case of one or more container(s) covered by multiple Bills of Lading, the Terminal Handling Charge must be shown on one
of the Bills of Lading. The total Terminal Handling Charge assessed against shipments shall be stated on the Bills of Lading for
such shipments.
Dry Cargo
Malaysia excl. Port Klang and Penang and Labuan 295 MYR/20' - 440MYR/40’ - 440MYR/40’H - 440MYR/ 45’
Port Klang and Penang and Labuan - 335MYR/20’ -500MYR/ 40’- 500MYR/ 40’H - 500MYR/ 45’
ReeferCargo
Malaysia excl. Port Klang and Penang and Labuan and Pasir Gudang and Tanjung Pelepas 440 MYR/20’ - 670 MYR/ 40’ -
670 MYR/ 40’H        670MYR/ 45’
Port Klang and Penang and Labuan 495MYR/20’ - 735MYR/40’ - 735MYR/40’H - 735MYR/45’
Pasir Gudang and Tanjung Pelepas 470MYR/20’ - 720MYR/40’H

RULE 7A - SHANGHAI PORT SURCHARGE
(Rule Expires January 3, 2010 for Evergreen)
The following Shanghai Port Surcharge should be assessed on all cargoes on a collect basis.
                            US $ 66/20D          US $ 88/40D       US $ 99/40HC      US $111/45D
Note: Page turned to reflect the addition of Independent Actions for OOCL effective Jan 20, 2010.

RULE 7 (B) - CFS RECEIVING CHARGE
The following CFS Charges should be assessed on all cargoes.
Singapore                   S         $     25.25/RT
Malaysia                    M         $     35.00/RT
Vietnam           Per local terminal tariff
Hong Kong / Macau           HK        $     175.00/RT
Indonesia                   US        $     15.00/RT
                            US        $     27.00/RT (Dangerous & Hazardous Cargo),
Korea                       WON             10,165/RT
Taiwan                      NT        $     380.00/RT
Thailand                    BAHT      $     170.00/RT          $ 235.00 / W
                            BAHT      $     4,215.00/20'
                            BAHT      $     7,130.00/40'
                            BAHT      $     8,020.00/40' HC
                            BAHT      $     9,025.00/45'
Philippines                 US        $     8.50 / RT
Guangdong (O/T)             US        $     5.00 / RT
Guangdong                   US        $     17.00 / RT
                            US        $     181.00/20' RF
                            US        $     344.00 for other RF sizes
Fujian                      US        $     17.00/RT
Other PRC Provinces         US        $     5.00 / RT
NOTE: Rubber, Thailand/ Indonesia, inclusive of CFS charges at origin.

RULE 7C - CONGESTION SURCHARGES
(C1) - VANCOUVER CONGESTION SURCHARGE
All shipments moving via Vancouver, B.C. destined to Montreal and Toronto via MLB service, Inland Points, and shipments for local
Vancouver delivery will be assessed the following congestion surcharge.
MLB and all Inland Cargoes:
$240.00 per 20ft container            $338.00 per 40ft HC container
$300.00 per 40ft container            $380.00 per 45ft container
Local Vancouver Cargoes:
$80.00 per 20ft container             $115.00 per 40ft HC container
$100.00 per 40ft container            $125.00 per 45ft container
* Effective March 13, 2007 – Applicable for all members except MOL
** Effective March 27, 2007 – Applicable for MOL only
(C2) - CHENNAI PORT CONGESTION SURCHARGE - Nil
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                                                                                                           28th Revised Page 4B
                                                                                                           Effective June 3, 2011
                                                                                                             Correction No. 1114
                                CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                 Tariff No.1

                    All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 7C - CONGESTION SURCHARGE (Continued)


Bangkok Port Congestion Surcharge – OOCL IA - Effective: July 3, 2011

Unless otherwise specified, all cargo being loaded at the Port Authority of Thailand (PAT) terminal in
Bangkok, Thailand will be subject to the following Port Congestion Surcharge of USD 50/20' 100/40'-45'
containers.

Chittagong Port Congestion Surcharge - Effective: June 1, 2010
A port congestion surcharge of $100 per 20' container and $200 per container of other sizes will be assessed to all
shipments directly loaded at Chittagong, Bangladesh. This surcharge is to be paid together with the ocean freight.

(I)Port Congestion Surcharge – Chittagong (Bangladesh) HL I/A - Eff June 26, 2010, Expires August 15, 2010
USD 100 per TEU
Due to local Bangladesh Government regulation, this surcharge has to be paid outside Bangladesh,
under collect for Chittagong export.

(A) Chittagong Port Congestion Surcharge – HL IA Effective August 16, 2010
USD 200 per TEU
Due to local Bangladesh Government regulation, this surcharge has to be paid outside Bangladesh,
under collect for Chittagong export.

(C5) - VIETNAM CONGESTION SURCHARGE
$100 per FEU ($50 per TEU) congestion charge for Ho Chi Minh City only

RULE 7 (D) - EQUIPMENT REPOSITIONING SURCHARGE
Withdrawn

RULE 7 (E) - CHASSIS CHARGE AT ORIGIN
If a shipper requests a chassis along with a container as provided for in this rule, such chassis may be provided at carrier's option,
and subject to availability. Any chassis so provided will be subject to a usage charge as follows. This charge must be prepaid prior
to issuance of the bill of lading.
          1 - Taiwan          NTD 500 per chassis per day, or for chassis operating in the KEPZ, a flat charge of NTD 1000 per
                              chassis
                               st
          2 - Thailand        1 3 days         BAHT 1,000         Per chassis lump sum
                               th
                              4 day            BAHT 1,800
                               th
                              5 day            BAHT 2,600
                               th
                              6 day            BAHT 3,400
                               th
                              7 day            BAHT 4,200
                               th
                              8 day            BAHT 5,200
                               th
                              9 day            BAHT 6,200
                                  th
                              10 day and each succeeding day, an additional 1000 BAHT per day to the previous day's charge
                                          th                             th
                              (Example: 10 day will be 7,200 BAHT, 11 day will be 8,200 BAHT etc.)

RULE 7 (F) - KAOHSIUNG OFF DOCK ADDITIONAL
For all shipments ex Kaohsiung, when an origin CY container is received in locations other than carrier's dock terminal in
Kaohsiung, an additional charge of US $100 per CY origin container will be applied on top of the application Kaohsiung
rate. If the top off service is performed at an off dock terminal in Kaohsiung, the top off charge will also be subject to this
additional charge. US $ 100 per container.

RULE 7 (G) - BROKERAGE
From Indian & Pakistan - 1.75% (Application for India suspended until further notice)




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                                                                                                       Original Page 4C
                                                                                           Effective December 31, 1998
                                                                                                     Correction No. 158

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.


RULE 7 (H) - CERTIFICATES RE SOLID WOOD PACKING MATERIALS ON SHIPMENTS FROM PEOPLE'S
REPUBLIC OF CHINA
This rule applies to cargoes entering Canada on or after January 4, 1999.

1. Requirement of Certificates - Effective as of January 4/99 the Plant Protection Act s.c.1900 c 22 Plant Protection
   Regulations SOR/95-212 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, requires that all Shippers of cargo originating
   in the People's Republic of China including the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (collectively referred to
   as "PRC" herein) present a Phytosanitary certificate for that cargo issued by the appropriate governmental
   authority of the PRC stating that any solid wood packing material ("SWPM") has been fumigated, heat treated, or
   treated with preservatives. Alternatively, shipments containing material made of manufactured wood products or
   non-wood products must be accompanied by an exporter statement that no non-manufactured wood packing
   materials accompany the shipment. Shipments from the PRC that do not include non-manufactured wood
   packing materials are accompanied by a commercial invoice with an exporter statement that non-manufactured
   wood dunnage, pallets, crating or other packaging materials accompanies the shipment. The certification or
   statement is to be presented by the Shipper, Consignee or their agent at the port of container discharge in
   Canada. Any expense involved with Carrier's handling of shipments which do not comply with the
   abovementioned Rules (including but not limited to demurrage, detention, storage, handling, inland
   transportation, unloading, stuffing, and restuffing of containers, and additional equipment costs) will be for the
   joint and several account of the Shipper, Consignee and Cargo Owner. In addition, the Shipper or Consignee, at
   it's expense, shall arrange for the fumigation or other treatment satisfactory to the Carrier of any container that
   does not comply, prior to returning the container to the Carrier. Any expenses referred to in this paragraph shall
   be paid to the Carrier before release of the container to the Consignee.

2. Sole Responsibility of Shipper and Consignee - The Shipper and Consignee shall be solely responsible for any
   treatment or fumigation of SWPM in the PRC that is required, and for providing the required Phytosanitary
   Certificates to CFIA in the form and at the location required. The Carrier shall not have any responsibility for
   treatment, fumigation, or certification of SWPM and may not absorb the cost thereof; however, the Carrier, may
   make a notation on the bill of lading or manifest regarding treatment or fumigation, provided that the Shipper has
   furnished the Carrier written confirmation that the appropriate certification or statement has been obtained at or
   before the time the cargo is tendered to the Carrier or the Carrier's agent, subcontractor, or inland carrier at
   origin. A notation on the bill of lading or manifest shall be solely for the convenience of the Shipper, and shall not
   constitute a certification by the Carrier that the fumigation or treatment has been performed or that the shipment
   contains no SWPM. A bill of lading shall not contain a clause stating that the Carrier shall be responsible for
   treatment or fumigation of SWPM in the PRC, or for obtaining the required certification, for the cargo or
   containers referred to on that bill of lading.

3. Remedies for Uncertificated Containers - If for any reason a container for which the appropriate certificate
   required has not been obtained is loaded aboard a Carrier's vessel, and such container is denied entry into
   Canada and/or is detained for inspection, destruction of SWPM, or separation of SWPM from the cargo, the
   Consignee shall arrange for all procedures required.
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                                                                                           Effective December 31, 1998
                                                                                                     Correction No. 159

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 7 (H) - CERTIFICATES RE SOLID WOOD PACKING MATERIALS ON SHIPMENTS FROM PEOPLE'S
REPUBLIC OF CHINA (Continued)

    Such procedure shall be at the expense and responsibility jointly and severally of the Shipper, Consignee, and
    Cargo Owner. If CFIA permits the transportation of the cargo to the Canadian destination to be completed, or
    requires that the subject container be returned to the PRC, the Consignee shall be responsible to return the
    container to the Carrier or the applicable inland carrier, at the expense of the Consignee, Shipper, and Cargo
    Owner.

4. Return of Containers to Origin - If return of a container to origin is required because of failure to comply, the
   Carrier will transport the container to the original port of loading in the PRC on the next available sailing. The rate
   for this return movement shall be based on 85% of the base rate, plus 85% of the DDC, plus 100% of the
   applicable ancillary charges, which were assessed on the cargo for the original Eastbound movement. All rates
   and charges for return of containers shall be the responsibility of the Consignee, Shipper, and Cargo Owner, and
   shall be prepaid before the containers are returned.

5. Administrative Charge - In the event a container is inspected, unloaded, re-exported, or otherwise detained by
   CFIA or other Canadian governmental agency because the Shipper has failed to provide certification, or has
   provided an incomplete or incorrect certification, to CFIA the cargo interest shall pay to Carrier an administrative
   charge of $200, in addition to all other costs, expenses, charges, and other amounts due under this rule.

6. Liability and Indemnification - Shipper, Consignee and Cargo Owner shall be jointly, severally and absolutely
   liable to Carrier or to any other party, without regard to intent, negligence, or any other factor for :

    (i)     Personal injuries or death, or damage to or loss of cargo or other property, during any time the container
            is being inspected or detained by CFIA or any other governmental agency, or is being transported to or
            from such inspection or detention.
    (ii)    Any losses, damages, fines, penalties, costs (including attorney's fees), bonds, interest and any other
            sanctions imposed on Shipper, Consignee or Carrier as a result of Shipper's or Consignee's failure to
            comply in full with the requirements of the CFIA Rules.

    If Carrier is required to pay an amount referred to in (i) or (ii) above, Shipper and Consignee shall be liable to
    indemnify Carrier in full for those amounts, including reasonable attorney's fees and costs related to responding
    to or defending against such sanctions.

7. Payments to Carrier - The Carrier shall refuse to release a container to a Consignee until all fines, penalties,
   costs (including attorney's fees), bonds, penalties, or sanctions provided for in this Rule have been paid by the
   Shipper, Consignee, or Cargo Owner, or the Carrier has been reimbursed for payment of same.
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                                                                                            Effective December 7, 2004
                                                                                                     Correction No. 446

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 7 (I) - FREE TIME AND DEMURRAGE AT DESTINATION
The following rules govern free time and demurrage at destination.

FCL DRY CONTAINERS

Dry containers held with cargo, at carrier's Discharge Port CY, undelivered for (3) days, Saturdays, Sundays and
local legal holidays excluded, after completion of discharge of the vessel or delivery at the Carrier's CY will be
subject to the demurrage charges as indicated below.

Free time will commence at 8.00am on the first business day after completion of discharge of the vessel or delivery
at the carrier's CY and shall expire at midnight on the (3rd) day, Saturdays, Sundays and local legal holidays
excluded.

CHARGES

For the first (5) days or fraction thereof, Saturdays, Sundays and Legal Holidays included:

        DAYS                     PC20'             All others
        1-5                      US $ 15.50        US $ 31.00
        For each day after       US $ 31.00        US $ 62.00

FCL REFRIGERATED/TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED
Refrigerated/Temperature Controlled containers must be accepted by the consignee at Carrier's CY within 48 hours
Saturdays, Sundays and local legal holidays excluded, after 8.00am on the first business day following the
completion of discharge of the vessel or delivery at the carrier's CY.

Containers not accepted by Consignee within this period will be subject to the following charges per day or fraction
thereof, Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays included.

CHARGES

                                 PC20'             PC40'
                                 US $ 60.00        US $ 80.00

NOTE: After expiration of free time carriers are permitted to discharge the cargo to public storage from carrier's
containers and all expenses including storage, transfer and incidental expenses incurred as a result of such removal
shall be for the account of the cargo.
                                                                                                        3nd Revised Page 4F
                                                                                                        Effective Feb 2, 2011
                                                                                                         Correction No. 1073

                               CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                Tariff No.1

                   All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 7 (J) - DETENTION
I.     FREE TIME

         1) For 20,40 and 45 foot dry containers.     Day of initial interchange plus three (3) working days
         2) For 20 or 40 foot open top containers. Day of initial interchange plus three (3) working days
         3) For refrigerated or tank containers.                  Day of initial interchange plus one (1) working day
         4) For other equipment, which may be provided like trailers, low boy trailers and equipment leased for special projects.
                                             Day of initial interchange plus one (1) working day
II.      DETENTION CHARGES
         1) For 20 foot dry containers                                                 US $ 25.00 per day
         2) For 40 and 45 foot dry containers                                          US $ 50.00 per day
         3) For refrigerated and other containers                                      US $ 100.00 per day

 FREE TIME AND CONTAINER DETENTION CHARGES – NYK – IA - Effective February 2, 2011
I. FREE TIME
1) For 20'DR,40'DR/HC and 45' containers. Day of initial interchange plus five (5) working days
2) For 20' or 40 foot open top containers.    Day of initial interchange plus three (3) working days
3) For refrigerated or tank containers.      Day of initial interchange plus three (3) working days
4) For Flat Racks & all other equipment (including chassis) Day of initial interchange plus three (3) working days

CY CARGO
Unless otherwise specified, Free time and Detention for cargo ex PRC will be assessed per local terminal tariff.
Unless otherwise specified, Free time and Demurrage for cargo ex PRC will be assessed per local terminal tariff.
A. Storage for cargo received at ports in Yantian or Shekou
1. Free Time starts after full gate-in of container.
- 7 calendar days for dry cargo
- No free time shall be provided for Dry Hazardous cargo at Yantian
 - 3 calendar days for reefer cargo
 - no free time shall be provided for out-of-gauge cargo
2. Upon expiry of free time, the following storage charge will be assessed per calendar day per container payable to
the carrier:
a. For cargo received at the Yantian International Container Terminal
Cargo Nature        Currency            Days     20'      40'      40H      45'
Dry                 RMB                 1-14     125      250      250      280
                                        14+      245      490      490      550
Reefer              RMB                 1+       285      570      570      NA
Out of Guage (oversized) cargo - Containerized or Uncontainerized
Currency            Day       Amount per unit per day
RMB                 1                   800
RMB                 2                   1000
RMB                 3                   1200
RMB                 4+                  1500
b. For cargo received at the Yantian West Terminal
Cargo Nature        Currency            Days     20'      40'      40H      45'
Dry                 RMB       1-14      40       80       80       80
                                        14+      80       160      160      160
c. For cargo received at the Shekou Container Terminal
Cargo Nature        Currency            Days     20'      40'      40H      45'
Dry                 RMB                 1-14     80       160      160      210
                                        14+      160      320      320      420
Hazardous           RMB                 1-14     120      240      240      315
                                        14+      240      480      480      630
 Reefer             RMB                 1-14     230      410      410      NA
                                        14+      460      820      820      NA
Reefer Hazardous: Per Local Terminal Tariff
B. Free Time for Detention on Carrier Owned Container



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1. Free time for Detention starts at empty gate-out of container and ends per the advertised cargo cutoff date.
          (a) Cargo received at ports in Yantian or Shekou:
                   10 calender days for dry cargo
                   6 calender days for reefer cargo
                   5 calender days for cargo moving in flat rack;
                   open top or platform container.

        (b) Cargo received at ports in Guangxi Province; Yunnan Province; Guizhou Province or Guangdong Province other
         than ports in Yantian or Shekou:
                   10 calender days for dry cargo
                   10 calender days for reefer cargo
                   5 calender days for cargo moving in flat rack;
                   open top or platform container.

         (c) Cargo received at ports in Hainan Province other than ports in Yantian or Shekou:
                  10 calender days for dry cargo
                  15 calender days for reefer cargo
                  5 calender days for cargo moving in flat rack;
                  open top or platform container.
                  2. Upon free time expiry, the following detention charge per
                  container per day applies:
                  a. For cargo received at ports in Yantian or Shekou

Cargo Nature       Currency            20'       40'       40H      45'
Dry                RMB                 50        100       100      125
Reefer             RMB                 250       350       350      NA
Cargo moving in flat rack; open top or platform container:
                   RMB                 100       200       200      NA

b. For Cargo received at ports in Guangxi Province; Hainan Province; Yunnan Province; Guizhou Province or Guangdong
Province other than ports in Yantian or Shekou:

Cargo Nature       Currency            20'       40'       40H      45'
Dry                RMB                 100       200       200      200
Reefer             RMB                 300       600       600      NA
Cargo moving in flat rack; open top or platform container:
                   RMB                 200       400       400      NA

PRC (except Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan, Yunnan Provinces) Free time shall commence at 00:00am on the
first calendar day when container pick up from carrier's facility and shall expire at 00:00am on CY cutoff day. And the storage
charge is excluded.

Detention charges shall commence at 00:00am on the first calendar day following the expiration of Free time whether or not the
first or following days are Saturdays, Sundays or Holidays
                                                                                    CHARGE ( per cntr/ day)
CARGO NATURE CNTR SIZE & TYPE                                              1-14     Days Thereafter
GC, DG, AW                     20'GP/HG/OT/FL/TK/PL                        Free     RMB120
GC, DG, AW                     40'GP/HQ/HG/OT/FL/TK/PL & 45'HQ             Free     RMB240
RF & RF Dry                    20'RF                                       Free     RMB180
RF & RF Dry                    40'RF / RQ                                  Free     RMB360

CFS CARGO
1. Demurrage Free Time
Cargo
Origin                                Nature Free Time Allowed
Dalian/Qingdao/Xiamen/                Reefer 5 calendar days
Shanghai/Xingang/Yantian/
Shekou/Chiwan

2. Demurrage Charge (per calendar day per revenue ton)
Cargo
Origin                             Nature Currency                  RT
Dalian/Qingdao/Xiamen/             Reefer USD                       10
Shanghai/Xingang/Yantian/
Shekou/Chiwan


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                                                                                                                         Effective June 19, 2010
                                                                                                                             Correction No. 964

                                     CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                      Tariff No.1

                       All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

(I)Demurrage and Detention in Macau - OOCL I/A Effective June 19, 2010
A. Unless otherwise specified, free time storage for cargo ex Macau will be assessed per local terminal tariff.
B. Free time for Detention on carrier owned container
           1. Free time for Detention starts at empty gate-out of container and ends per the CY cut-off of the feeder.
                      a. For cargo received at Macau
                                 10 calender days for dry cargo
                                 6 calender days for reefer cargo
                                 5 calender days for cargo moving in flat rack; open top or platform container.
Cargo Nature          Currency              20'        40'        40H       45'
Dry                   HKD                   100        200        200       200
Reefer               HKD                   300        600       600        NA


Rule 7(J1)Origin Receiving Charge- PRC -OOCL IA Effective April 1, 2010

For Cargo stuffed into containers at ports and inland points other than the Guandong Province:
On cargo delivered to the CFS at loading port for stuffing into containers, the applicable CFS Receiving Charge
assessed against the cargo shall be US$5 per revenue ton, subject to a minimum charge of US$5.Commodities which carry a rate basis other
than 1 cubic metre or 1000 kilos (i.e. per unit, ad valorem, etc.) will be assessed the CFS Receiving Charge on a revenue ton of 1000 kilos or
1 cubic metre, whichever produces the greater revenue
Points in Guangdong. The payment of the Guangdong Origin CY Receiving Charge is either to be prepaid or collect. US$17 per revenue
ton, subject to a minimum of US$17, to be prepaid at origin for CFS cargo from ports and points in Guangdong FUJIAN PROVINCE For
cargo stuffed into containers at ports and inland points within the Fujian Province, an origin receiving charge of US$17 per revenue ton,
subject to a minimum of US$ 17, to be either prepaid or collect for CFS cargo shall apply. The following per container Fujian Origin CY
Receiving Charge
shall apply for CY cargo from Ports and Points in Fujian, to be paid in either prepaid or collect.

20' Dry Container                          CNY 480
20' Refrigerated Container                 CNY 550
40' Dry Container                          CNY 760
40' Dry Hicube Container                   CNY 760
40' Refrigerated Hicube Container          CNY 850
45' Dry Container                          CNY 955

NOTE 1: For Yachts, the charge will be the applicable. Origin Receiving Charge for the country of loading,      assessed per
        linear foot. The total amount of Origin Receiving Charge assessed against shipments shall be stated on the Bills of
        Lading for such shipments

NOTE 2: Commodities which carry rate basis other than 1cubic metre or 1,000 kilos (i.e. per unit, ad valorem etc.) will be assessed the
Origin Receiving Charge on a revenue ton of 1,000 kilos or 1 cubic metre whichever           produces the greater revenue.

FROM:DALIAN/QINGDAO/XIAMEN/SHANGHAI/XINGANG/YANTIAN/SHEKOU/CHIWAN
On cargo delivered to CFS at loading port, the applicable CFS Receiving Charge assessed against the cargo shall be as follows: Commodities
which carry rate basis other than 1cubic metre or 1,000 kilos (i.e., per unit, ad valorem etc.) will be assessed the CFS Receiving Charge on a
revenue ton of 1,000 kilos or 1 cubic metre whichever produces the greater revenue.

The CFS Receiving Charge must be prepaid except for return cargo and payment made prior to issuance of the Bills of Lading. For Yachts,
the charge will the applicable CFS Receiving

EXCEPTION:
Charge for the country of loading, assessed per linear foot. The total amount of CFS Receiving Charge assessed against shipments shall be
stated on the Bills of Lading for such shipments preceded by the following words:
"CFS RECEIVING CHARGES * PER REVENUE TON" (For Yachts Per Foot Length)
(* Insert appropriate amount as applicable)

Origin                          Currency Basis        Minimum Charge per BL
Dalian/Qingdao/Xiamen           USD                   75/RT        75
Shanghai/Xingang/Yantian/
Shekou/Chiwan
(for reefer cargo)

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                                                                                         Effective December 17, 2010
                                                                                                  Correction No. 1058

                           CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                            Tariff No.1

                All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

Rule 7(J1) Origin Receiving Charge - NYK IA - Effective January 1, 2011 WITHDRAWN




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                                                                                          Effective February 19, 2010
                                                                                                   Correction No. 879

                           CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                            Tariff No.1

                All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.




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                                                                                                         Effective March 13, 2010
                                                                                                               Correction No. 880

                                  CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                   Tariff No.1

                     All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 7 (K) - DIVERSION OF CARGO (Continued)
Hapag Lloyd Independent Action – Expires March 13, 2010

For the purposes of this rule, a change in delivery mode at a destination point, from CY to SDD, shall NOT be considered as a
diversion and is not subject to the provisions of this rule.

A request for diversion of a shipment will be considered as an amendment to the contract of carriage and will be subject to the
following definitions, conditions and charges:

1) Definition of Diversion
A change in the original billed destination (which may also include a change in Consignee, order party, or both). A change in
Consignee, order party or both will not be considered as diversion of cargo.

2) Conditions
a) Requests must be received in writing by the Carrier prior to the arrival of the vessel at Interchange Port. Notwithstanding the
    above, for cargo moving via intermodal service, diversion requests must be received in writing by the Carrier prior to dispatch
    from the destination interchange terminal, as long as the original destination interchange terminal does not change. Carrier
    will make diligent effort to execute the request but will not be responsible if such service is operationally impractical or cannot
    be provided.

b)   Cargo moving under a non-negotiable Bill of Lading may be diverted at the request of shipper or Consignee. Any party
     surrendering may divert cargo moving under a negotiable Bill of Lading the properly endorsed original Bill of Lading.

     Cargo moving under a negotiable Bill of Lading may also be diverted by the shipper or consignee at the Carrier's sole
     discretion without receipt by the carrier of the original negotiable Bill of Lading so long as a new negotiable Bill of Lading is
     not requested or issued by the carrier. If a new negotiable Bill of Lading is required, the properly endorsed original Bill of
     Lading must be surrendered to the carrier prior to the issuance of the new negotiable Bill of Lading.

c)   This rule will apply to full Bill of Lading quantities or full container loads only.

d)   A shipment may only be diverted once. Shipper may request cancellation of the original diversion request resulting in delivery
     of the cargo to the original billed destination, provided that such request is Received prior to arrival of vessel at Interchange
     Port and provided that all diversion charges as set out in (3) below, applicable to the original diversion request, is paid in full
     prior to the cancellation request being accepted by the carrier. In no instance will any refund of the diversion charges be
     made in the event of a cancellation. Any additional expenses incurred by the carrier will be for the account of the cargo.

e)   In the case of two or more Bills of Lading being issued as a result of cargo diversion to more than one destination, a
     documentation fee of US$10 per Bill of Lading for each final destination will be assessed

f)   If a shipper made a request for diversion, and paid the $150 diversion fee and then cancelled the request, the diversion fee
     will not be refundable. If the same shipper subsequently made another request for the same shipment to be diverted to a
     different destination, this can be accepted provided that the request was received by the deadline stipulated in the above rule.
     Such request, however, will be subjected to an additional $150 diversion charge and the previously paid charge from the
     initial cancelled request will not be used to offset the second charge.




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                                                                                                Effective March 13, 2010
                                                                                                      Correction No. 881

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.


RULE 7 (K) - DIVERSION OF CARGO (Hapag Lloyd Independent Action - Continued) – Expires March 13, 2010

3) Charges
a) A diversion charge of US$10 per revenue ton (see Notes 2 and 3) on the entire shipment plus the actual
    additional costs incurred by the carrier to affect the diversion, subject to minimum charges of US$150 per
    container

    For cargo rated on a per container basis, or for cargo rated on a per revenue ton basis moving under FCL
    shipment, the charge will be US$150 per container, Where diversion results in additional expenses to the
    carrier, such additional charges will be for the account of the cargo.

b) Diverted shipment will be assessed the rate(s) and/or charges from origin to destination to which diverted.
c) Diversion charges or administrative charges are payable by the party requesting the diversion.

d) EXCEPTION : For Rubber only –
    For a requested diversion of a full or multiple container loads from a destination shown on the Bill of Lading to a
    port or point for which the interchange port or point of actual discharge remains the same, the Diversion Charge
    noted above will not apply but an Administrative Charge of US$150 per container will apply.

Note 1: When cargo is billed on a per piece, per package or lump sum basis the charge will be for 1,000 kilos.

Note 2: On shipments of Yachts and Sailing Craft, the diversion fee shall be 10 percent (10%) of total of the freight
and CAF (whenever applicable) subject to a minimum charge of US $ 90.00 per unit.




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                                                                                                Effective March 14, 2010
                                                                                                      Correction No. 882


                              CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                               Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 7 (K) Diversion of Cargo - OOCL IA – Effective March 14, 2010

For the purposes of this rule a change in delivery mode at a destination point from CY to SDD or vice
versa shall NOT be considered as a diversion and is not subject to the
provisions of this rule.

A request for diversion of a shipment will be considered as an amendment to the contract of carriage and will
be subject to the following definitions conditions and charges:

1)    Definition of Diversion:
A change in the original billed destination (which may also include a change in Consignee order party or
both). A change in Consignee order party or both will not be considered as diversion of cargo.

2) Conditions:

  a.   Requests must be received in writing by the carrier 72 hours prior to the arrival of the vessel at
       Interchange Port. Notwithstanding the above for cargo moving via intermodal service diversion
       requests must be received in writing by the carrier 72 hours prior to dispatch from the destination
       interchange terminal as long as the original destination interchange terminal does not change.
       Carrier will make diligent effort to execute the request but will not be responsible if such service is
       operationally impractical or cannot be provided.

  b.    Cargo moving under a non-negotiable Bill of Lading may be diverted at the request of shipper or
        consignee. Cargo moving under a negotiable Bill of Lading may be diverted by any party
        surrendering the properly endorsed original Bill of Lading. Cargo moving under a negotiable Bill of
        Lading may also be diverted by the shipper or consignee at the carrier's sole discretion without
        receipt by the carrier of the original negotiable Bill of Lading so long as a new negotiable Bill of
        Lading is not requested or issued by the carrier. If a new negotiable Bill of Lading is required the
        properly endorsed original Bill of Lading must be surrendered to the carrier prior to issuance of the
        new negotiable Bill of Lading.

 c.    This rule will apply to full Bill of Lading quantities or full container loads only.

 d.    A shipment may only be diverted once. Shipper may request cancellation of the original diversion
       request resulting in delivery of the cargo to the original billed destination provided that such
       request is received prior to arrival of vessel at Interchange Port and provided that all diversion
       charges as set out in (3) below applicable to the original diversion request are paid in full prior to
       the cancellation request being accepted by the carrier. In no instance will any refund of the
       diversion charges be made in the event of a cancellation. Any additional expenses incurred by the
       carrier will be for account of cargo.

 e.    In the case of two or more Bill of Ladings are being issued as a result of
        cargo diversion to more than one destination a documentation fee for splitting the BL shall be
        applicable as follows:

        i) For split BL to be issued at destination : US15 per BL for each final destination
        ii) For split BL to be issued at origin : as per the published documentation fee

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                                                                                                                        Effective May 15, 2010
                                                                                                                            Correction No. 938

                                           CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                            Tariff No.1

                               All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

          RULE 7 (K) Diversion of Cargo - OOCL IA – Effective March 14, 2010 - (Continued)

f.         If a shipper made a request for diversion and paid the $200 per BL diversion fee and then cancelled the request the
          diversion fee will not be refundable. If the same shipper subsequently made another request for the same shipment to
          be diverted to a different destination this can be accepted provided that the request was received by the deadline
          stipulated in the above rule. Such request however will be subject to an additional $200 per BL diversion charge and
          the previously paid charge from the initial cancelled request will not be used to offset the second charge.
             Effective March 28, 2010- Expires May 14, 2010
               If cancellation of request for diversion is received in writing by the carrier prior to payment of diversion fee is received
          and diversion of cargo has not been performed, a cancellation fee of $50 will be assessed to shipper.

          Effective May 15, 2010

f.        If a shipper made a request for diversion, and paid the $200 per BL diversion fee and then cancelled the request, the
          diversion fee will not be refundable. If the same shipper subsequently made another request for the same         shipment
          to be diverted to a different destination, this can be accepted provided that the request was received by the deadline
          stipulated in the above rule. Such request, however, will be subject to an additional $200 per BL diversion charge and
          the previously paid charge from the initial cancelled request will not be used to offset the second charge. If cancellation
          of request for diversion is received in writing from the customer by the carrier after the carrier has processed the
          diversion request, and diversion of cargo has not been performed, a COD cancellation fee of $50 will be assessed to
          shipper.

          3)     CHARGES:

     a.   A diversion charge of US$10 per revenue ton on the entire shipment plus the actual additional costs incurred by the
          carrier to affect the diversion subject to a minimum charges of US$100 per Bill of Lading.

          For cargo rated on a per container basis or for cargo rated on a per revenue ton basis moving under FCL shipment the
          charge will be US$200 per Bill of      Lading subject to a maximum charge of US$400 per container. Where diversion
          results in additional expenses to the carrier such additional charges
          will be for account of the cargo. Shipment subject to diversion charge shall be exempted from Bill of Lading
          amendment fee. (exception : For shipments from Singapore the charge will be S$300 per Bill of Lading
          subject to a maximum charge of S$600 per container.)

           b.   Diverted shipment will be assessed the rate(s) and/or charges from origin to destination to which diverted in
          accordance with tariffs.

     c.   Diversion charges or administrative charge are payable by the party requesting the diversion.

          4)      EXCEPTIONS:

          When cargo is held up at a port thereby missing inland connections because of a strike or force majeure condition at
          the port a carrier may accept a diversion
          request from the shipper or consignee that changes the final destination and/or the DIT prior to the cargo's release from
          the port subject to:

           (1) documentary proof of the strike or force majeure condition and
           (2) payment of the diversion fee set forth in this rule.

          The diversion request under this paragraph may also change the delivery from a port delivery to an inland     point
          delivery subject to payment of any additional freight and charges applicable to the inland point in addition to the
          diversion charge.




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                                                                                                Effective August 1, 2008
                                                                                                      Correction No.695

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 8 - TAICHUNG ARBITRARY
Matter transferred to rule 2D.g

RULE 8A - TAIWAN TOP - OFF CHARGE
US $150/CONTAINER

RULE 9 - CREDIT
All payments for freight charges and accessories should be paid prior to release of cargoes and no credit should be
extended to any account from any carrier.

RULE 10 - DESTINATION CY/CFS
Each Member may designate a maximum of two (2) CFS/CY locations in Vancouver.
The following locations have been designated:
                                              1                    2

A.P.L                                              Vanterm                   Inland Container Corp.
Evergreen                                          Reserved                  Reserved
Hanjin                                             Reserved                  Reserved
Hapag Lloyd                                        Reserved                  Reserved
K - Line                                           Reserved                  Reserved
D)
Mitsui O.S.K.                                      Metrans (Western) Inc.    Unicon Terminals Ltd.
N.O.L.                                             Schenker (CY only)        Unicon Terminals Ltd.
                                                   Metrans (CFS only)
N.Y.K.                                             Metrans (Western) Inc.    Euroasia Terminals
OOCL                                               Reserved                  Reserved
Sea-Land                                           International Sea-Land    T.P.C.T.

Addresses are on file and available from the secretariat.

RULE 11 - STORE DOOR DELIVERY ALLOWANCE
For CFS/CY facilities located off dock, the charges payable by the individual Members to the off dock operators for
the performance of the store door delivery service (round trip) should not exceed U.S. $135.00. This provision is
applicable exclusively to Vancouver destined cargo and may not be extended to cargoes destined to other ports and
points within the scope of this tariff.


(C) RULE 12 - GARMENTS ON HANGERS CHARGE
Expires September 14, 2008 (All origins except the PRC)
Expires September 31st, 2008 (PRC origins only)
20D    US $ 455.00
40D    US $ 650.00
40G    US $ 690.00
40HC US $ 730.00
45D    US $ 825.00

Effective September 15, 2008 (All origins except the PRC)
Effective October 1st, 2008 (PRC origins only)
$1000 per 40ft for a one tier GOH container
$1500 per 40ft for a two tier GOH container
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                                                                                                                    Effective July 1, 2011
                                                                                                                     Correction No. 1108
                                  CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                   Tariff No.1

                     All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 13 - PAYMENT OF FREIGHT

Collect Freight is payable in US Currency or Canadian Currency, based on a minimum of the closing bank selling rate of exchange for U.S.
Dollars as quoted by the Bank of Montreal, Head Office, Montreal, Quebec, 6 working days prior to arrival of vessel at first port at which
Canadian cargo is discharged. All collect freight and charges must be paid to the ocean carrier of his agent prior to the release of the cargo.

RULE 14 - RATE APPLICABILITY RULE

The rates, charges and rules governing cargo movements under this tariff are those published and in effect on the date when a shipment is
received by the carrier or its agent. A shipment shall not be considered as "received" until the full bill of lading quantity has been received.

RULE 15 - RAIL FUEL SURCHARGE
Minilandbridge (MLB)                              Intermodal and All-Water
US $30.00 per 20 ft container                     US $20.00 per 20 ft container
US $40.00 per 40 ft container                     US $25.00 per 40 ft container
US $40.00 per 40 ft HC container                  US $25.00 per 40 ft HC container
US $40.00 per 45 ft container                     US $25.00 per 45 ft container

RULE 16 – BUNKER SURCHARGE / FUEL RECOVERY CHARGE
Effective January 1, 2011
Via East Coast                          Via West Coast
US$ 582.00 per 20ft container           US$ 294.00 per 20ft container
US$ 727.00 per 40ft container           US$ 368.00 per 40ft container
US$ 818.00 per 40ft high cube container US$ 414.00 per 40ft high cube container
US$ 920.00 per 45ft container           US$ 466.00 per 45ft container
Efective: April 1, 2011
Via East Coast                          Via West Coast
US$ 703.00 per 20ft container           US$ 374.00 per 20ft container
US$ 879.00 per 40ft container           US$ 468.00 per 40ft container
US$ 989.00 per 40ft high cube container US$ 527.00 per 40ft high cube container
US$ 1112.00 per 45ft container          US$ 592.00 per 45ft container
Efective: July 1, 2011
Via East Coast                          Via West Coast
US$ 886.00 per 20ft container           US$ 454.00 per 20ft container
US$1107.00 per 40ft container           US$ 568.00 per 40ft container
US$1245.00 per 40ft high cube container US$ 639.00 per 40ft high cube container
US$1401.00 per 45ft container           US$ 719.00 per 45ft container

Bunker Surcharge - APL IA - Effective July 1, 2011
Origin : Asia; West Asia
Destination: Canada; For Cargo Discharging Via West Coast Port, And Vancouver, Bc.

  EQUIPMENT TYPE CUR                   W/M       20'        40'       40H       45'       48'       53'
  -------------- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  DRY                        US$ 10              430        538       605       681       780       860
  FR/OT/TANK                 US$ 10              430        538
  REFRIGERATED               US$ 10              430        538       538

Origin : Asia; West Asia
Destination: Canada; For Cargo Discharging Via East Coast Port

  EQUIPMENT TYPE CUR                   W/M       20'        40'       40H       45'       48'       53'
  -------------- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
  DRY                        US$       21        847        1059      1191      1341      1535      1694
  FR/OT/TANK                 US$       21        847        1059
  REFRIGERATED               US$       21        847        1059      1059
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                                                                                                                    Effective July 1, 2011
                                                                                                                     Correction No. 1116
                                    CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                     Tariff No.1

                      All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 16 – BUNKER SURCHARGE / FUEL RECOVERY CHARGE
Bunker Surcharge - APL IA - Effective July 1, 2011 – CONTINUED
Adding language

 2. CALCULATION OF BUNKER CHARGE
    ============================
    A) DETERMINE THE REPORTING PERIOD:
      BUNKER CHARGE                  CALCULATION PERIOD
     -------------      ------------------
     January 1 - March 31      September – November     April 1 - June 30      December – February
     July 1 - August 31        March – May October 1- December 31      June - August

    Our Source For Bunker Fuel Price Data Is Bunkerworld, And The Average West Coast And East Coast Fuel
    Prices Will Be Available At HTTP://WWW.BUNKERWORLD.COM/MARKETS/TSAINDEX/.

  B) TRACK MARINE FUEL PRICES:
   The weekly prices for cs 380 (ifo 380) marine bunker fuel, which accounts for 98% of marine fuel-related costs,
   will be used to establish separate charges for west coast and east all-water services based on a straight average of:

    FOR THE U.S. WEST COAST: 50% HONG KONG + 50% LOS ANGELES
    FOR THE U.S. EAST COAST: 50% HONG KONG + 50% NEW YORK

    The average west coast and east coast prices (weighted as above) for each week during the 13-week periods shown
    above are used totaled for the entire period and divide by 13 to arrive at a Quarterly average.

C) CALCULATING THE BUNKER CHARGE:
    The weighted price for the period is applied to the following index to determine the applicable bunker surcharge:
                    WEST COAST                          EAST COAST
               =====================             =====================
    Bunker fuel price
    (per MT)        20' 40' 40H' 45'                       20' 40' 40H' 45'
    ------------ ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ----             ---- ----
    800.01 - 820 509 636 716 805                           1015 1269 1428 1607
    780.01 - 800 498 622 700 787                           991 1239 1394 1569
    760.01 - 780 486 608 684 770                           967 1209 1360 1531
    740.01 - 760 475 594 668 752                           943 1179 1326 1493
    720.01 - 740 464 580 653 734                           919 1149 1293 1455
    700.01 - 720 453 566 637 717                           895 1119 1259 1417
    680-01 - 700 442 552 621 699                           871 1089 1225 1379
    660.01 - 680 430 538 605 681                           847 1059 1191 1341
    640.01 - 660 419 524 590 663                           823 1029 1158 1303
    620.01 - 640 408 510 574 646                           799 999 1124 1265
    600.01 - 620 397 496 558 628                           775 969 1090 1227
    580.01 - 600 386 482 542 610                           751 939 1056 1189
    560.01 - 580 374 468 527 592                           727 909 1023 1151
    540.01 - 560 363 454 511 575                           703 879 989 1112
    520.01 - 540 352 440 495 557                           679 849 955 1075
    500.01 - 520 341 426 479 539                           655 819 921 1037
    480-01 - 500 330 412 464 522                           631 789 888 999
    460.01 - 480 318 398 448 504                           607 759 854 961
    440.01 - 460 307 384 432 486                           583 729 820 923
    420.01 - 440 296 370 416 468                           559 699 786 885
    400.01 - 420 285 356 401 451                           535 669 753 847
    380.01 - 400 274 342 385 433                           511 639 719 809
    360.01 - 380 262 328 369 415                           487 609 685 771
    340.01 - 360 251 314 353 398                           463 579 651 733



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                                                                                                                    Effective July 1, 2011
                                                                                                                     Correction No. 1125
                                   CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                    Tariff No.1

                      All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 16 – BUNKER SURCHARGE / FUEL RECOVERY CHARGE
Bunker Surcharge - APL IA - Effective July 1, 2011 – CONTINUED
Adding language
                    WEST COAST                        EAST COAST
               =====================           =====================
    Bunker fuel price
    (per MT)        20' 40' 40H' 45'                  20' 40' 40H' 45'
    ------------ ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ----        ---- ----
    320.01 - 340 240 300 338 380                      439 549 618 695
    300.01 - 320 229 286 322 362                      415 519 584 657
    280.01 - 300 218 272 306 344                      391 489 550 619
    260.01 - 280 206 258 290 327                       367 459 516 581
    240.01 - 260 195 244 275 309                      343 429 483 543
    220.01 - 240 184 230 259 291                      319 399 449 505
    200.01 - 220 173 216 243 273                      295 369 415 467
    180.01 - 200 162 202 227 256                       271 339 381 429
    160.01 - 180 150 188 212 238                      247 309 348 391
    140.01 - 160 139 174 196 220                      223 279 314 353
    120.01 - 140 128 160 180 203                      199 249 280 315
    100.01 - 120 117 146 164 185                      175 219 246 277
     80.01 - 100 106 132 149 167                      151 189 213 239

 If the weighted average price for the period is above $820 per ton then the bunker charge will be increased by $14 per 40' for every
$20 per ton increase in weighted average price to the West Coast and by $30 per 40' for every $20 per ton increase in weighted
average to the East Coast. In no case shall the adjusted bunker charge be less than zero. Te index is based on averaging of carrier
costs per container per voyage assuming specific fuel price levels. It reflects carrier's assessments of fuel as a percentage of total
voyage costs. It factors in differences in vessels, port rotations, transit times, service parameters and other factors affecting fuel
consumption, and uses an average in the interest of uniformity and price predictability.

Bunker Surcharge – HL-IA - Effective July 1, 2011
Scope: From Asia including Subcontinent to all Canada destinations
Effective July 1, 2011 – Sep 30, 2011

To Vancouver CY and IPI/MLB via Vancouver
20'     USD 43040'       USD 53840' HC USD 60545'           USD681W/M USD 25
To Halifax CY and RIPI via Halifax
20'     USD 84740'       USD 105940' HC USD 119145' USD 1341W/M USD 48
Bunker Surcharge – OOCL IA - Effective July 1, 2011
Scope from Asia incl subcontinet to all Canada destinations
Effective July 1, 2011 – September 30, 2011.

a) Cargo discharged at West Coast Port:
   20 - $ 430             40 - $ 538                 40H - $ 605                           45   - $ 681
 b) Cargo discharged at other than West Coast Port:
   20 - $ 847              40 - $ 1059              40H - $ 1191                           45   - $ 1341

Bunker Surcharge – Yang Ming IA - Effective July 1, 2011
Unless otherwise specifically indicated in a particular rate item, Bunker charge will be assessed on all base freight for
service contract and tariff rates
For cargos moving to the west coast and inland destinations via west coast ports:
USD $ 14 per R/T             USD $ 430.00 per 20' all types      USD $ 538.00 per 40' all types, except High Cube
USD $ 605.00 per 40' High Cube USD $ 681.00 per 45'
For cargos moving to the east coast and inland destinations via east coast ports:
USD $ 26 per R/T              USD $ 847.00 per 20' all types     USD $ 1059.00 per 40' all types, except High Cube
USD $ 1191.00 per 40' High Cube USD $ 1341.00 per 45'

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                                                                                                  Effective July 1, 2011
                                                                                                   Correction No. 1127
                            CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                             Tariff No.1

                 All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 16 – BUNKER SURCHARGE / FUEL RECOVERY CHARGE – CONTINUED
Bunker Surcharge - Hyundai IA - Effective July 1, 2011
From Asia including Subcontinent to all Canada destinations
Effective: July 1, 2011 – Sep 30, 2011
Equip. type            20'     40'   40'HC    45'
Dry USD               430     538      605    681
FR/OT/Tank            430      538      -        -
REFRIGERATED 430              538      605      -




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                                                                                                        23nd Revised Page 5AA
                                                                                                         Effective June 15, 2010
                                                                                                             Correction No. 968

                                CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                 Tariff No.1

                    All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

(I) RULE 16 A : Reefer Equipment Surcharge
Effective November 15, 2009 - ZIM IA Origins:                All origins in Asia
Destinations:       Toronto, Montreal
Quantum:             $300 per laden reefer container basing on delivery date of containers into
              carrier’s custody under the same B/L
RULE 16B : Late Charge for Submission of Shipping Instruction - Effective Date: March 26, 2010

In Philippines, submission of Shipping Instruction by Shipper after Carrier’s advertised Shipping Instruction
cut off date and time will be subject to a late charge of $100 per BL.

Submission of Shipping Instruction by Shipper or its agent after Carrier's published Shipping Instruction cut
off time will be subject to a late Shipping Instruction fee at HK$200 per bill of lading for HK or Macau origin
cargo and RMB200 per bill of lading for cargo origin ex Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan or Hainan province.

Late Charge for Submission of Shipping Instruction -OOCL-IA Effective April 3, 2010
Submission of Shipping Instruction by Shipper or its agent after Carrier's published Shipping Instruction cut
off time will be subject to a late Shipping Instruction fee at MYR 100 per bill of lading for Malaysia origin
cargo

Late Charge for Submission of Shipping Instruction -OOCL-IA Effective April 10, 2010

Submission of Shipping Instruction by Shipper or its agent after Carrier's published Shipping Instruction cut off time
will be subject to a late Shipping Instruction fee at TWD 500 per bill of lading for Taiwan origin cargo

RULE 16C : Shipping Instruction Amendment Fee - Effective Date: March 26, 2010
In the event that Carrier is required to correct the Shipping Instruction information other than the Advanced
Manifest cargo declaration items after declaration submission cut off time as published due to an error or
omission on the part of Shipper or its agent, a Shipping Instruction amendment fee shall be charged each
time a submission is corrected and the fee shall be:-
 HK$ 200 per bill of lading correction for Hong Kong or Macau origin cargo.
 RMB 200 per bill of lading correction for cargo origin ex Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan or Hainan province.

(I)Shipping Instruction Amendment Fee - OOCL IA - Effective 6/15/2010
In the event that Carrier is required to correct the Shipping Instruction information other than the Advanced Manifest
cargo declaration items after declaration submission cut off time as published due to an error or omission on the part of
Shipper or its agent, a Shipping Instruction amendment fee shall be charged each time a submission is corrected and
the fee shall be:-

HK$ 200 per bill of lading correction for Hong Kong or Macau origin cargo.

RMB 200 per bill of lading correction for cargo origin ex Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan or Hainan province.

In Indonesia prior to the release of BL or after outbound Manifest submitted whichever is the earlier, shipping instruction
may be amended at the request of shipper for a fee of IDR100000 per revision.




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                                                                                                           Effective June 15, 2010
                                                                                                               Correction No. 966


                                 CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                  Tariff No.1

                    All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.


(I)Late Charge for Submission of Shipping Instruction - OOCL IA - Effective 6/15/2010

In Philippines, submission of Shipping Instruction by Shipper after Carrier’s advertised Shipping Instruction cut off date
and time will be subject to a late charge of $100 per BL.

Submission of Shipping Instruction by Shipper or its agent after Carrier's published Shipping Instruction cut off time will
be subject to a late Shipping Instruction fee at HK$200 per bill of lading for HK or Macau origin cargo and RMB200 per
bill of lading for cargo origin ex Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan or Hainan province.

Submission of Shipping Instruction by Shipper or its agent after Carrier's published Shipping Instruction cut off time will
be subject to a late Shipping Instruction fee at MYR 100 per bill of lading for Malaysia origin cargo

Submission of Shipping Instruction by Shipper or its agent after Carrier's published Shipping Instruction cut off time will
be subject to a late Shipping Instruction fee at TWD 500 per bill of lading for Taiwan origin cargo

In Indonesia Carrier will notify Shipper in writing of the deadline for submission of shipping instruction once booking is
confirmed.

If shipping instruction from shipper is received by carrier after the said deadline, a late fee of IDR100,000 shall apply to
the shipment.




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                                                                                                     Effective January 18th, 2010
                                                                                                               Correction No. 834

                                       CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                        Tariff No.1

                            All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.


          RULE 17 - CHASSIS USAGE CHARGE
          A Chassis usage charge will apply for any reefer shipment where the carrier provides a chassis.
          Reefer Cargo only - US $40.00 per chassis

          RULE 18 - WAR RISK SURCHARGE

          SRI LANKA
          The following war risk surcharge will be applicable for all local Sri Lanka cargo only. These levels do not apply to
          transshipment cargo.
          US $ 150.00 per 20 ft container
          US $ 300.00 for all other container sizes

          PAKISTAN
          The following war risk surcharge will be applicable for all cargo originating from Pakistan.
          US $ 60.00 per 20 ft container
          US $ 120.00 for all other container sizes

          INDIA (Application suspended until further notice)
          The following war risk surcharge will be applicable for all cargo originating from the ports of Kandla, Mumbai and
          Jawarhalal Nehru only.
          US $ 60.00 per 20 ft container
          US $ 120.00 for all other container sizes



          RULE 18A - GULF OF ADEN SURCHARGE

(I) (A)   Surcharge applicable to all containers transiting through this area. Effective January 18, 2010.

          USD$41.00 per TEU
          USD$82.00 per FEU

          Independent Action NYK: Effective January 1st, 2010.
          Will apply to all shipments routed through the Gulf of Aden at:

          US $41.00 per 20ft
          US $82.00 per 40ft
          US $92.00 per 40 HC
          US $104.00 per 45ft




          Note: Page turned to reflect Surcharge applicable.
                                                                                                 3rd Revised Page 5AB
                                                                                           Effective November 27, 2008
                                                                                                     Correction No. 719

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA FOR U.S. CUSTOMS ADVANCE MANIFEST
RULE

For carriers who only call a Canadian port or whose first port of call is at a Canadian port, this rule
does not apply. See individual carriers' websites as listed within this rule for details.

Submission of Cargo Declaration Data.

A. Submission of Cargo Declaration Data; Deadline for Same. Pursuant to U.S. Customs regulations
   effective December 2, 2002, Carrier is required to submit certain cargo declaration data for all cargo on
   board a vessel that will call at a port in the United States to the U.S. Customs Service not later than 24
   hours prior to the time the cargo is loaded on Carrier’s vessel in the non-U.S. port of loading. In order to
   enable Carrier to comply with this requirement, except as provided in paragraph B of this rule, any
   person tendering cargo to Carrier that will be discharged in the U.S. for on-carriage to Canada, or that is
   destined for Canada and will be on board the vessel when it calls in the United States, must submit the
   following data regarding such cargo to Carrier in writing (including by electronic transmission) not later
   than the time established by each Carrier. The time established by each of the Carriers for submission of
   such data may be found in the location indicated:

    American President Lines, Ltd                  www.apl.com
    COSCO Container Lines, Ltd                     www.coscon.com
    Evergreen Marine Corp. (Taiwan) Ltd.           www.evergreen-america.com
    Hanjin Shipping Co. Ltd.                       FMC 200/210, Rule 35 OR www.hanjin.com
    Hapag Lloyd Container Line                     See exception
    Hyunai Merchant Marine Co., Ltd                www.hmm21.com
    Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (K-Line)           www.kline.com
    Nippon Yusen Kaisha (N.Y.K. Line)              www.nykline.com,
    Orient Overseas Container Line, Inc.           www.oocl.com




    1. A precise description of the cargo (or the 6-digit HTS number under which cargo is classified) and
       weight of the cargo or, for a sealed container, the shipper’s declared description and weight of the
       cargo. The quantity of cargo shall be expressed in the lowest external packaging unit (e.g., a
       container containing 10 pallets with 200 cases shall be described as 200 cases). Generic
       descriptions such as "FAK," "General Cargo," "Chemicals," "Foodstuffs," and "Said to Contain" are
       NOT acceptable descriptions.
    2. Shipper’s complete name and address, or the identification number issued to the shipper by the
       Customs Service upon implementation of the Automated Commercial Environment ("ACE").
    3. Complete name and address of the consignee, owner or owner’s representative, or its ACE
       identification number.
    4. Internationally recognized hazardous material code when such materials are being shipped.
    5. Seal numbers for all seals affixed to the container.




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                                                                                                 3rd Revised Page 5AC
                                                                                         Effective November 27th, 2008
                                                                                                      Correction No. 720

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA FOR U.S. CUSTOMS ADVANCE MANIFEST
RULE (Continued)

Submission of Cargo Declaration Data. (Continued)

B. Certain Non-Vessel Operating Common Carriers. Non-vessel operating common carriers ("NVOCCs")
   that are licensed by or registered with the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission ("FMC") and that have
   obtained Customs bonds may submit the required inbound cargo declaration data directly to the U.S.
   Customs Service. For purposes of this provision, an NVOCC is registered with the FMC if it has been
   issued an Organization Number by the FMC, published a valid and effective tariff, and posted the
   required financial security with the FMC.

    1. Second Notify Party. Any FMC-licensed or registered NVOCC with a Customs bond that tenders
       cargo that will be on board a vessel when it calls in the United States and provides the required
       cargo declaration data for that cargo directly to the Customs Service shall identify the Carrier as
       "Second Notify Party" in the data submitted to the Customs Service. Until such time as Carrier
       informs the NVOCC that the identification of Carrier as Second Notify Party permits the Carrier to
       ascertain which cargo may be loaded, the NVOCC shall be required to provide the certification
       described in subparagraph B(2) below.
    2. Certification. Unless notified by the Carrier pursuant to subparagraph B(1) above that it is not
       required to do so, any NVOCC that submits cargo declaration data directly to the Customs Service
       shall, in lieu of the data required to be submitted pursuant to paragraph A of this rule, provide the
       Carrier with a written certification stating that the required inbound cargo declaration data for its
       cargo has been transmitted to the U.S. Customs Service in a timely and accurate manner. Such
       certification shall describe the cargo tendered with sufficient specificity (including container number)
       that Carrier may readily identify such cargo and shall be provided to the Carrier by the deadline it
       has established, which deadline can be found in the following locations:

        American President Lines, Ltd              www.apl.com
        COSCO Container Lines, Ltd                 www.coscon.com
        Evergreen Marine Corp. (Taiwan) Ltd.       www.evergreen-america.com
        Hanjin Shipping Co. Ltd.                   FMC 200/210, Rule 35 OR www.hanjin.com
        Hapag Lloyd Container Line                 See exception
        Hyunai Merchant Marine Co., Ltd            www.hmm21.com
        Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (K-Line)       www.kline.com
        Nippon Yusen Kaisha (N.Y.K. Line)          www.nykline.com,
        Orient Overseas Container Line, Inc.       www.oocl.com




       3. NVOCC Co-Loading. For purposes of this subparagraph B(3), the term "Master NVOCC" shall
          mean the NVOCC that is the customer of the Carrier and tenders co-loaded cargo to the Carrier
          in its name. In the event the Master NVOCC submits cargo declaration data for co-loaded cargo
          directly to the Customs Service, it shall do so for all NVOCCs with which it co-loads and it shall
          comply with subparagraph B(1) and/or B(2) above. In the event the Master NVOCC does not
          submit cargo declaration data for co-loaded cargo directly to the Customs
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                                                                                                     Correction No. 336

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                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA FOR U.S. CUSTOMS ADVANCE MANIFEST
RULE (Continued)

Submission of Cargo Declaration Data. (Continued)

        Service but NVOCCs with which it co-loads transmit cargo declaration data for their cargoes directly
        to the Customs Service, it shall be the obligation of the Master NVOCC to provide Carrier with the
        certification described in subparagraph B(2) with respect to all co-loaded cargo tendered to Carrier
        by the Master NVOCC.

        4. All NVOCCs shall be subject to Paragraphs C and D of this rule.

C. Failure to Provide Data; Denial of Permission to Load Cargo.

    1. In the event Carrier fails to provide the required cargo declaration data to the U.S. Customs Service
       for all cargo to be loaded on its vessel within the time period required by Customs Service
       regulations it may be, among other things, assessed a civil penalty, denied permission to unload the
       cargo for which data was not timely provided, and/or denied permission to unload any cargo from the
       vessel on which the cargo is moving. Accordingly, Carrier may refuse to load any cargo tendered to
       it for which it has not received either (i) the data required by paragraph A of this rule by the deadline
       specified therein; or (ii) the certification required by paragraph B of this rule by the deadline specified
       therein.

    2. Any and all costs incurred by Carrier with respect to cargo in its possession which is not loaded due
       to the non-provision of data or certification required by this rule and/or by the regulations of the U.S.
       Customs Service, or which is not loaded pursuant to the instructions of the U.S. Customs Service
       (regardless of whether or not the required data or certification has been provided for such cargo),
       including but not limited to inspection, storage and/or re-delivery costs, shall be for the account of
       the cargo. Carrier shall have a lien on cargo in its possession for amounts due hereunder and may
       hold cargo until such amounts (and any other unpaid freights or charges) are paid or sell such cargo
       after a reasonable period. In the event Carrier is forced to take legal action to collect amounts due
       hereunder, Carrier shall be entitled to recover all costs (including attorneys’ fees) incurred in
       connection with such legal action.

D. Indemnification of Carrier. If Carrier is assessed a civil penalty or denied permission to unload cargo,
   then any and all shippers, consignees, cargo owners, NVOCCs and their agent(s) that failed to provide
   the data or certification required by this rule and/or by the regulations of the U.S. Customs Service in a
   complete, accurate and timely manner shall be jointly and severally liable to indemnify and reimburse
   Carrier for any such penalty and any and all costs incurred by the Carrier as a result of the denial of
   permission to unload cargo. Carrier shall have a lien on cargo in its possession for amounts due
   hereunder and may hold cargo until such amounts (and any other unpaid freights or charges) are paid or
   sell such cargo after a reasonable period. In the event Carrier is forced to take legal action to collect
   amounts due hereunder, Carrier shall be entitled to recover all costs (including attorneys’ fees) incurred
   in connection with such legal action.
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                                                                                                 Effective March 1, 2003
                                                                                                     Correction No. 336

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                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA - U.S. CUSTOMS

Exception: The following is applicable for HAPAG-LLOYD ONLY

A. Submission of Cargo Declaration Data; Deadline for Same. Pursuant to U.S. Customs regulations
   effective December 2, 2002, Carrier is required to submit certain cargo declaration data for all cargo on
   board a vessel that will call in the United States (i.e., U.S. import cargo and cargo destined to countries,
   other than the United States, and remaining on board while the vessel is transiting the U.S.) to the U.S.
   Customs Service not later than 24 hours prior to the time the cargo is loaded on Carriers vessel in the
   non- U.S. port of loading. In order to enable Carrier to comply with this requirement, except as provided
   in paragraph B of this rule, any person tendering cargo to Carrier that is to be transported to the United
   States or that will be on a vessel when that vessel calls in the United States must submit the following
   information regarding such cargo to Carrier in writing (including by electronic transmission) by the
   deadline referenced below in time for Carrier to transmit the data to the Customs Service at least 24
   hours prior to the loading of the cargo in all non U.S. load ports.

    1. A precise description of the cargo (or the 6-digit HTS [Harmonized Tariff Schedule] number under
       which cargo is classified) and weight of the cargo or, for a sealed container, the shippers declared
       description and weight of the cargo. The quantity of cargo shall be expressed in the lowest external
       packaging unit (e.g., a container containing 10 pallets with 200 cases shall be described as 200
       cases). Generic descriptions such as FAK, General Cargo, Chemicals, Foodstuffs, and Said to
       Contain are NOT acceptable descriptions.

    2. Shippers complete name and address, or the identification number issued to the shipper by the
       Customs Service upon implementation of the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE).

    3. Complete name and address of the consignee, owner or owners representative, or its ACE
       identification number.

    4. Internationally recognized hazardous material code when such materials are being shipped.

    5. Container numbers and seal numbers affixed to the containers.

    THE DEADLINE DATE/TIME FOR SHIPPER SUBMISSION TO CARRIER OF THE FOREGOING DATA
    FOR CARGO TENDERED AT EACH NON-U.S. PORT OF LOADING SHALL BE POSTED ON THE
    WEBSITE OF THE CARRIER AND/OR SET FORTH IN A CIRCULAR DISTRIBUTED BY THE LOCAL
    OFFICE OR AGENT OF CARRIER.

B. Certain Non-Vessel Operating Common Carriers. Non-vessel operating common carriers (NVOCCs) that
   are licensed by or registered with the FMC and that have obtained Customs bonds may submit the
   required inbound cargo declaration data directly to the U.S. Customs Service. For purposes of this
   provision, an NVOCC is registered with the FMC if it has been issued an Organization Number by the
   FMC, published a valid and effective tariff, and posted the required financial security with the FMC.

    1. Notice of Status. Each NVOCC that will file cargo declaration information with the Customs Service
       either directly or through a third party vendor shall, prior to the first time it books cargo with the
       Carrier, notify the Carrier in writing that it will submit the cargo declaration information to the
       Customs Service and indicate whether it will do so directly or through a third party vendor. If the
       NVOCC will use a third party vendor, the written notification shall include the name, address and
       contact information for the vendor.
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                                             Tariff No.1

                 All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA - U.S. CUSTOMS (Continued)

Exception: The following is applicable for HAPAG-LLOYD ONLY (Continued)

   2. Advice of Hold Notices. Any NVOCC that submits cargo declaration information to the customs
      directly or through a third party vendor shall advise the carrier immediately (but in no event later than
      the loading of the cargo) of any hold notice the NVOCC receives from the Customs Service.

   3. Second Notify Party. Any FMC-licensed or registered NVOCC with a Customs bond that tenders
      cargo that will be on board a vessel when it calls in the United States and provides the required
      cargo declaration data for that cargo directly to the Customs Service shall identify the Carrier as
      Second Notify Party in the data submitted to the Customs Service.

   4. NVOCC Co-Loading. For purposes of this subparagraph B(4), the term Master NVOCC shall mean
      the NVOCC that is the customer of the Carrier and tenders co-loaded cargo to the Carrier in its
      name. In the event the Master NVOCC submits cargo declaration data for co-loaded cargo directly to
      the Customs Service, it shall do so for all NVOCCs with which it co-loads and it shall comply with
      subparagraph, B(1), B(2) and/or B(3) above. In the event the Master NVOCC does not submit cargo
      declaration data for co-loaded cargo directly to the Customs Service but NVOCCs with which it co-
      loads transmit cargo declaration data for their cargoes directly to the Customs Service, it shall be the
      obligation of the Master NVOCC to provide Carrier with the certification described in subparagraph
      B(1) with respect to all co-loaded cargo tendered to Carrier by the Master NVOCC. (including the
      cargo of co- loading NVOCCS).

   5. In the event an NVOCC requests a booking of consolidated shipments in one or more containers,
      carrier will require cargo declaration information as defined above for each of the individual
      shipments therein.

   6. All NVOCCs shall be subject to Paragraphs C and D of this rule.

C. Failure to Provide Information; Denial of Permission to Load Cargo

   1. In the event Carrier fails to provide the required inbound cargo declaration data to the U.S. Customs
      Service for all cargo to be loaded on its vessel within the time period required by Customs Service
      regulations, it may, among other things, be assessed a civil penalty, denied permission to unload the
      cargo for which information was not timely provided, and/or denied permission to unload any cargo
      from the vessel on which the cargo is moving. Accordingly, Carrier may refuse to load any cargo
      tendered to it for which it has not received either (i) the data required by paragraph A of this rule by
      the deadline specified therein; or (ii) the certification required by paragraph B of this rule by the
      deadline specified therein.

   2. Any and all costs incurred by Carrier with respect to cargo in its possession which is not loaded due
      to the non-provision of information or certification, or which is not loaded pursuant to the instructions
      of the U.S. Customs Service (regardless of whether or not the required data or certification has been
      provided for such cargo), including but not limited to inspection, storage and/or re-delivery costs,
      shall be for the account of the cargo. Carrier shall have a lien on cargo in its possession for amounts
      due hereunder and may hold cargo until such amounts (and any other
                                                                                                 3rd Revised Page 5AG
                                                                                                 Effective April 19, 2004
                                                                                                     Correction No. 390

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA - U.S. CUSTOMS (Continued)

Exception: The following is applicable for HAPAG-LLOYD ONLY (Continued)

        unpaid freights or charges) are paid or sell such cargo after a reasonable period. In the event Carrier
        is forced to take legal action to collect amounts due hereunder, Carrier shall be entitled to recover all
        costs (including attorneys' fees) incurred in connection with such legal action.

D. Indemnification of Carrier. If Carrier is assessed a civil penalty or denied permission to unload cargo,
   then any and all shippers, consignees, cargo owners, NVOCCs and their agent(s) that failed to provide
   the information required by this rule and/or by the regulations of the U.S. Customs Service in a complete
   and accurate manner shall be jointly and severally liable to indemnify and reimburse Carrier for any such
   penalty and any and all costs including consequential costs incurred by the Carrier as a result of the
   denial of permission to unload cargo. Carrier shall have a lien on cargo in its possession for amounts
   due hereunder and may hold cargo until such amounts (and any other unpaid freights or charges) are
   paid or sell such cargo after a reasonable period. In the event Carrier is forced to take legal action to
   collect amounts due hereunder, Carrier shall be entitled to recover all costs (including attorneys fees)
   incurred in connection with such legal action.

E. Security Manifest Documentation Charge (SMDC)

    1. For the processing & on-going monitoring of relevant cargo manifest data which has to be provided
       to the U.S. Customs Service for cargo loaded on a vessel at a non-U.S. port, a Security Manifest
       Documentation Charge of U.S.$20.00 per bill of lading shall be payable to Carrier for each bill of
       lading issued by Carrier and, if the shipper tendering the cargo to Carrier has issued one or more of
       its bills of lading for such cargo (sometimes referred to as house bills of lading) or any other
       Automated Manifest System (AMS) relevant document, on each such shipper-issued house bill of
       lading or on each such Automated Manifest System (AMS) relevant document the Carrier submits
       such data This charge shall be payable on the same basis as the ocean freight for the relevant bill of
       lading issued by Carrier (i .e., either pre- paid or collect). In the event of non-payment of the charge,
       Carrier may collect the amount due from either the shipper or consignee named in its bill of lading.

    2. In the event that Carrier, due to an error or omission on the part of Shipper or its agent, is required to
       correct cargo declaration information previously submitted to the U.S. Customs Service, Shipper
       shall pay Carrier an amendment fee of USD 20 for each corrected re-submission to the U.S.
       Customs Service. This charge shall be payable on the same basis as the ocean freight and SMDC
       (under E.1 above) for the relevant bill of lading issued by Carrier (i.e., either prepaid or collect). In
       the event of non-payment of the charge, Carrier may collect the amount due from either the shipper
       or consignee named in its bill of lading.




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                                                                                               2nd Revised Page 5AG1
                                                                                           Effective November 27, 2008
                                                                                                     Correction No. 721

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19.1 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA - CANADA BORDER SERVICE AGENCY
ADVANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS - EFFECTIVE APRIL 19, 2004

(FOR COSCO OCEAN SHIPPING (CANADA) INC. - SEE RULE 19.2)

(FOR EVERGREEN MARINE CORP (TAIWAN) LTD. - SEE RULE 19.3)



Submission of Cargo Declaration Data

    A.      Deadline for Submission of Cargo Data. Pursuant to the Advance Cargo Reporting
    requirements of the Canada Border Service Agency (“CBSA”), as set out in the CBSA Notice N-542
    entitled “Advance Commercial Information – Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Cargo and Conveyance
    Reporting”, effective April 19, 2004, Carriers are required to submit to the CBSA certain cargo data for all
    cargo to be loaded on a vessel at a port of loading other than a Canadian or U.S. port and that will call at
    a port in Canada, such cargo data to be submitted to the CBSA not later than
    24 hours prior to the time the cargo is loaded on Carrier's vessel. In order to enable Carriers to comply
    with this requirement, except as provided in paragraph B of this rule, any person tendering goods in a
    cargo container to a Carrier that will be discharged in Canada, or that is destined for a third country
    (including the U.S.) and will be on board the vessel when it calls in Canada, must submit the following
    data regarding such cargo to the Carrier in writing (including by electronic transmission) not later than
    the time established by each Carrier. The time established by each of the Carriers for submission of
    such         data        may          be        found         in        the      location        indicated:

    American President Lines, Ltd                  www.apl.com
    COSCO Container Lines, Ltd                     www.coscon.com
    Evergreen Marine Corp. (Taiwan) Ltd.           www.evergreen-america.com
    Hanjin Shipping Co. Ltd.                       FMC 200/210, Rule 35 OR www.hanjin.com
    Hapag Lloyd Container Line                     www.hlcl.com
    Hyunai Merchant Marine Co., Ltd                www.hmm21.com
    Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (K-Line)           www.kline.com
    Nippon Yusen Kaisha (N.Y.K. Line)              www.nykline.com,
    Orient Overseas Container Line, Inc.           www.oocl.com


Cargo Data to be Provided:
 1. A precise description of the cargo and weight of the cargo or, for a sealed container, the shipper's
declared description and weight of the cargo. The quantity of cargo shall be expressed in the lowest external
packaging unit (e.g., a container containing 10 pallets with 200 cases shall be described as 200 cases).
Generic descriptions such as "FAK," "General Cargo," "Chemicals," "Foodstuffs," and "Said to Contain" are
NOT acceptable descriptions.

 2. Complete name and address of the shipper. Where a Freight Forwarder or other qualified Non-Vessel
Operating Common Carrier (“NVOCC”), submits cargo data to the CBSA directly, also the code assigned to
the NVOCC by the CBSA.

3. Complete name and address of the ultimate consignee, cargo owner or cargo owner's representative,

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                                                                                            Effective November 27, 2008
                                                                                                      Correction No. 722

                              CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                               Tariff No.1

                   All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

     RULE 19.1 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA - CANADA BORDER SERVICE
     AGENCY ADVANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS (CONTINUED)

Submission of Cargo Declaration Data

4.    Internationally recognized hazardous material code when such materials are being shipped.

5.    Seal numbers for all seals affixed to the container.

B. Certain Non-Vessel Operating Common Carriers. Freight forwarders or other qualified Non-Vessel
Operating Common Carriers (“NVOCC’s”) who possess a CBSA assigned code, may submit the required
inbound cargo data to the CBSA, either directly or by a third party vendor. Each NVOCC submitting cargo
data to the CBSA, either directly or through a third-party vendor, shall, prior to the first time it books cargo
with the Carriers, notify the Carriers in writing that it will submit the cargo data to the CBSA and indicate
whether it will do so directly or through a third-party vendor. If the NVOCC is to use a third-party vendor, the
written notification shall include the name, address and contact information for that vendor. The NVOCC
shall notify the Carriers of any changes in this regard.
  1. Advice of Hold or Do Not Load Notices: Any NVOCC that submits cargo data to the CBSA directly or
through a third-party vendor, shall advise the Carriers immediately (but in no event later than the loading of
the cargo) of any instructions the NVOCC or third-party vendor receives from the CBSA to hold or not to load
cargo.

  2. Certification. Unless notified by the Carrier pursuant to subparagraph B(1) above that it is not required
to do so, any NVOCC that submits cargo data to the CBSA directly or by a third-party vendor, shall, in lieu of
the data required to be submitted to the Carrier pursuant to paragraph A of this rule, provide the Carrier with
a written certification stating that the required inbound cargo data for its cargo has been transmitted to the
CBSA in a timely, complete and accurate manner. Such certification shall describe the cargo tendered with
sufficient specificity (including container number) that Carrier may readily identify such cargo and shall be
provided to the Carrier by the deadline it has established, which deadline can be found in the following
locations:

     American President Lines, Ltd                  www.apl.com
     COSCO Container Lines, Ltd                     www.coscon.com
     Evergreen Marine Corp. (Taiwan) Ltd.           www.evergreen-america.com
     Hanjin Shipping Co. Ltd.                       FMC 200/210, Rule 35 OR www.hanjin.com
     Hapag Lloyd Container Line                     www.hlcl.com
     Hyunai Merchant Marine Co., Ltd                www.hmm21.com
     Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (K-Line)           www.kline.com
     Nippon Yusen Kaisha (N.Y.K. Line)              www.nykline.com,
     Orient Overseas Container Line, Inc.           www.oocl.com

 3. NVOCC Co-Loading. For purposes of this subparagraph B(3), the term "Master NVOCC" shall mean
the NVOCC that is the customer of the Carrier and tenders co-loaded cargo to the Carrier in its name. In the
event the Master NVOCC submits cargo data for co-loaded cargo to the CBSA directly or by a third-party
vendor, it shall do so for all NVOCCs with which it co-loads and it shall comply with subparagraph B(1)
and/or B(2) above.




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                                                                                                 Effective April 19, 2004
                                                                                                      Correction No. 393

                              CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                               Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

    RULE 19.1 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA - CANADA BORDER SERVICE
    AGENCY ADVANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS (CONTINUED)


Submission of Cargo Declaration Data (Continued)
In the event the Master NVOCC does not submit cargo data for co-loaded cargo directly to the CBSA, but
NVOCCs with which it co-loads transmit cargo data for their cargoes directly to the CBSA, it shall be the
obligation of the Master NVOCC to provide Carrier with the certification described in subparagraph B(2) with
respect to all co-loaded cargo tendered to Carrier by the Master NVOCC.

4. In the event a NVOCC requests a booking of consolidated shipments in one or more containers, Carriers
will require aforementioned cargo data, or certification as the case may be, for each of the individual
shipments therein.

5. All NVOCCs shall be subject to Paragraphs C and D of this rule.


C. Failure to Provide Data; Denial of Permission to Load Cargo.

  1. In the event the Carrier fails to provide the required cargo data to the CBSA for all cargo to be loaded on
its vessel within the time period required by the CBSA, it may be, among other things, assessed a civil
penalty, refused entry to a Canadian port, denied permission to unload the cargo for which data was not
timely provided, and/or denied permission to unload any cargo from the vessel on which the cargo is
moving. Furthermore, the Carrier or NVOCC or third-party vendor may receive instructions from the CBSA
to hold or not to load cargo. Accordingly, Carrier may refuse to load any cargo tendered to it for which either
(i) it has not received the data required by paragraph A of this rule by the deadline specified therein; or (ii) it
has not received the certification required by paragraph B of this rule by the deadline specified therein; or (iii)
the CBSA has issued instructions to hold or not to load such cargo.

   2. Any and all costs incurred by Carrier with respect to cargo in its possession which is not loaded due to
the non-provision of data or certification in the manner and time required by this rule and/or by the CBSA, or
which is not loaded pursuant to the instructions of the CBSA (regardless of whether or not the required data
or certification has been provided for such cargo in the manner and time required), including but not limited
to inspection, storage and/or re-delivery costs, shall be for the account of the cargo. Carrier shall have a lien
on cargo in its possession for amounts due hereunder and may hold cargo until such amounts (and any
other unpaid freights or charges) are paid or sell such cargo after a reasonable period. In the event Carrier
is forced to take legal action to collect amounts due hereunder, Carrier shall be entitled to recover all costs
(including attorneys' fees) incurred in connection with such legal action.


 D. Indemnification of Carrier. If Carrier is assessed a civil penalty or denied permission to unload cargo,
or enter a Canadian port, then any and all shippers, consignees, cargo owners, NVOCCs and their agent(s)
that failed to provide the data or certification required by this rule and/or by the CBSA, shall be jointly and
severally liable to indemnify and reimburse Carrier for any such penalty and any and all costs incurred by the
Carrier as a result of the denial of permission to unload cargo or to enter a Canadian port. Carrier shall have
a lien on cargo in its possession for amounts due hereunder and may hold cargo until such amounts (and
any other unpaid freights or charges) are paid, or sell such cargo after a reasonable period. In the event
Carrier is forced to take legal action to collect amounts due hereunder, Carrier shall be entitled to recover all
costs (including attorneys' fees) incurred in connection with such legal action.
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                                                                                             Effective August 24th, 2009
                                                                                                      Correction No. 789

                              CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                               Tariff No.1

                   All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

    RULE 19.1 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA - CANADA BORDER SERVICE
    AGENCY ADVANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS (CONTINUED)
Submission of Cargo Declaration Data (Continued)
E. Advance Commercial Information Charge (“ACI”)

    (FOR AMERICAN PRESIDENT LINES LTD - SEE SUB RULE G)

    (FOR HYUNDAI MERCHANT MARINE CO, LTD. - SEE SUB RULE H)

    (FOR ORIENT OVERSEAS CONTAINER LINE INC. - SEE SUB RULE I)

    (FOR NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA NYK LINE - SEE SUB RULE J)

  1. For the processing and monitoring of cargo data which must be provided to the CBSA for cargo on
board a vessel that will call at a port in Canada, and is loaded on Carrier's vessel in a port of loading other
that a Canadian or U.S. port, and for processing and monitoring cargo declaration data which, as provided
for in the CTSA tariff, must be provided to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Service for cargo
destined for Canada and on board a vessel that will call at a port in the United States, an Advance
Commercial Information Charge of US$30.00 per bill of lading shall be payable to the Carriers for each bill of
lading issued by the Carriers. If the shipper tendering the cargo to the Carriers has issued one or more of its
bills of lading for such cargo (sometimes referred to as “house bills of lading”) or an other relevant document,
the ACI shall apply to each such house bill of lading or relevant document for which the Carrier submits data
to the CBSA or U.S. Customs and Border Protection Service. The ACI shall be payable on the same basis
as the ocean freight pursuant to the bill of lading issued by the Carriers (i.e. either pre-paid or collect). In the
event of non-payment of the AIC, Carriers may collect the amount due either from the shipper o the
consignee named in its bill of lading.

For Hapag-Lloyd, the charge will be USD $20.00 per Bill of Lading. - Expiring August 23, 2009.

2. In the event that a Carrier is required to submit corrected or supplemental cargo data to the CBSA, or to
the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Service as the case may be, because the data provided by the
shipper or NVOCC was incorrect or incomplete, the shipper or NVOCC as the case may be shall pay to the
Carrier an Amendment Fee of US$40.00 for each submission to the CBSA or U.S. Customs and Border
Protection Service of corrected or supplemental data. This Amendment Fee shall be payable on the same
basis as the ocean freight pursuant to the bill of lading issued by the Carriers (i.e. either pre-paid or collect).
In the event of non-payment of the Amendment Fee, Carriers may collect the amount due either from the
shipper o the consignee named in its bill of lading.

For Hapag-Lloyd the charge shall be USD $20.00 for each submission.- Expiring August 23, 2009.
Effective August 24, 2009 Hapag Lloyd charge to increase surcharge to USD 30.00 per submission.

3. The Amendment Fee shall not apply if the submission of corrected or supplemental cargo data results
from an operational decision of the Carrier.

F. (Part F left intentionally blank)

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                                                                                                 2nd Revised Page 5AG5
                                                                                          Effective November 27th, 2008
                                                                                                      Correction No. 724
                            CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                             Tariff No.1

                 All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.


   RULE 19.1 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA - CANADA BORDER SERVICE
   AGENCY ADVANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS (CONTINUED)

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G. Advance Manifest Compliance Charge - American President Lines Ltd Only - Effective April 19 ,
2004
ADVANCE MANIFEST COMPLIANCE CHARGE (CANADA)
THE FOLLOWING CHARGES ARE APPLICABLE TO ALL CARGO ULTIMATELY
DESTINED TO PORTS OR POINTS IN THE CANADA FROM ALL ORIGINS
EXCEPT CANADA AND USA.

1. IN THE EVENT CARRIER SUBMITS ADVANCE CARGO DECLARATION TO THE CBSA FOR CARGO LOADS ON
A VESSEL AT A NON-CANADIAN OR USA PORT AND ULTIMATELY DESTINED TO PORTS OR POINTS IN
CANADA, AN ADVANCE MANIFEST COMPLIANCE CHARGE SHALL BE PAYABLE TO CARRIER FOR EACH BILL
OF LADING (INCLUDING MASTER BILLS OF LADING) ISSUED BY CARRIER.
     -  US$ 10 PER BILL OF LADING WHERE BILL OF LADING DATA WAS SUBMITTED TO CARRIER VIA
        ELECTRONIC DATA TRANSMISSION (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO EDI AND WEB-BASED
        CHANNELS); OR
     -  US$ 30 PER BILL OF LADING WHERE BILL OF LADING DATA WAS SUBMITTED TO CARRIER
        MANUALLY, TELEPHONICALLY, VIA TEXT EMAIL, VIA FAX OR BY OTHER NON-ELECTRONIC METHOD.

2. IF THE SHIPPER TENDERING CARGO TO CARRIER HAS ISSUED ONE OR MORE OF ITS BILLS OF LADING
FOR SUCH CARGO (SOMETIMES REFERRED TO AS "HOUSE BILLS OF LADING"), ON EACH SUCH SHIPPER-
ISSUED HOUSE BILL OF LADING FOR WHICH THE CARRIER SUBMITS SUCH DATA, THE ADDITIONAL AMOUNT
OF THE CHARGE SHALL BE:
      - US$ 10 PER BILL OF LADING WHERE BILL OF LADING DATA WAS SUBMITTED TO CARRIER VIA
      ELECTRONIC DATA TRANSMISSION (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO EDI AND WEB-BASED CHANNELS);
      OR (1)
     - US$ 30 PER BILL OF LADING WHERE BILL OF LADING DATA WAS
       SUBMITTED TO CARRIER MANUALLY, TELEPHONICALLY, VIA TEXT
       EMAIL, VIA FAX OR BY OTHER NON-ELECTRONIC METHOD. (1)




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                                                                                                Effective April 19, 2004
                                                                                                    Correction No. 396
                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19.1 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA - CANADA BORDER SERVICE AGENCY
ADVANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS (CONTINUED

G. Advance Manifest Compliance Charge - American President Lines Ltd Only (Continued)

EXCEPTIONS:
(1) THE ABOVE CHARGES SHALL NOT BE APPLICABLE TO NVOCC'S
WHEN THE CARGO ORIGINATES IN CARIBBEAN, CENTRAL AMERICA, MEXICO, OR SOUTH AMERICA.

3). IN THE EVENT THAT CARRIER IS REQUIRED TO CORRECT CARGO
 DECLARATION INFORMATION PREVIOUSLY SUBMITTED TO THE CBSA DUE TO AN ERROR OR OMISSION ON
THE PART OF SHIPPER OR ITS AGENT, SHIPPER SHALL PAY CARRIER AN AMENDMENT FEE FOR EACH
SUBMISSION TO THE CBSA THAT MUST BE CORRECTED. THE AMENDMENT FEE SHALL BE CHARGED EACH
TIME A
SUBMISSION IS CORRECTED AND SHALL BE:

   - US$ 40 PER BILL OF LADING WHERE BILL OF LADING DATA WAS SUBMITTED TO CARRIER VIA
ELECTRONIC DATA TRANSMISSION (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO EDI AND WEB-BASED
     CHANNELS); OR (1)
   - US$ 40 PER BILL OF LADING WHERE BILL OF LADING DATA WAS SUBMITTED TO CARRIER MANUALLY,
TELEPHONICALLY, VIA TEXT EMAIL, VIA FAX OR BY OTHER NON-ELECTRONIC METHOD. (1)

EXCEPTIONS:
(1) THE ABOVE CHARGES SHALL NOT BE APPLICABLE WHEN THE CARGO ORIGINATES IN CARIBBEAN,
CENTRAL AMERICA, MEXICO, OR SOUTH AMERICA.

4. THE CHARGES AND AMENDMENT FEES IN PARAGRAPHS 1, 2 AND 3 ABOVE ARE ADDITIONAL TO
HANDLING, STORAGE, GOVERNMENT INSPECTION, INDEMNIFICATION AND OTHER CHARGES AND
OBLIGATIONS ARISING UNDER CARRIERS' AP1 TARIFF RULES AND BILL OF LADING TERMS AND CONDITIONS
THAT MAY OTHERWISE APPLY TO SHIPPER'S CARGO, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO AP1 TARIFF RULES
49 AND 53.

5. THE ADVANCE MANIFEST COMPLIANCE CHARGE SHALL BE PAYABLE ON
THE SAME BASIS AS OCEAN FREIGHT, EITHER PREPAID OR COLLECT. CARRIER MAY HOLD SHIPPER AND
CONSIGNEE NAMED ON ITS OCEAN BILL OF LADING JOINTLY AND SEVERALLY LIABLE FOR PAYMENT OF THE
CHARGE. AMENDMENT FEES INCURRED BY CARGO SHALL BE PREPAID BY SHIPPER PRIOR TO RELEASE OF
BILL OF LADING OR, ALTERNATIVELY, AT THE WRITTEN REQUEST OF
CONSIGNEE, SHALL BE PAID BY THE CONSIGNEE PRIOR TO RELEASE OF CARGO.
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H. Cargo Declaration Data Charge - Hyundai Merchant Marine Corp Only - Effective April 19 , 2004
1. In the event Carrier submits advance cargo declaration data to Canada Border Services Agency ("CBSA")
for cargo loaded on a vessel at a non-Canadian.port and ultimately destined to ports or points in Canada, a
Cargo Declaration Data Charge shall be payable to Carrier for each master bill of lading issued by Carrier.
    - USD 25 per master bill of lading

2. If the shipper tendering the cargo to Carrier has issued one or more of its bills of lading for such cargo
(sometimes referred to as "house bills of lading"), on each such shipper-issued house bill of lading for which
the Carrier submits such data, the additional amount of the charge shall be:
    - USD 25 per house bill of lading

3. In the event that Carrier is required to correct cargo declaration information previously submitted to the
CBSA due to an error or omission on the part of shipper or its agent, shipper shall pay Carrier an
amendment fee for each submission to the CBSA that must be corrected. The amendment fee shall be
charged each time a submission is corrected and shall be:



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                                                                                                 1 Revised Page 5AG7
                                                                                                 Effective April 19, 2004
                                                                                                     Correction No. 405
                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19.1 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA - CANADA BORDER SERVICE AGENCY
ADVANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS (CONTINUED)

H. Cargo Declaration Data Charge - Hyundai Merchant Marine Corp Ltd Only (Continued)

- USD 40 per correction

4. The Cargo Declaration Data Charge and any amendment fees shall be payable on the same basis as
ocean freight, either prepaid or collect. Carrier may hold shipper and consignee named on its ocean bill of
lading jointly and severally liable for payment of the charge.

I. Advance Manifest Security Charge - Orient Overseas Container Line Inc.
( This charge is not applicable for LCL shipment with traffic mode of LCL/LCL (CFS/CFS). In the event that
correction of submission is concerning the change of container seal number only as a result of inspection by
local customs, declaration correction fee does not apply.)

1. For the processing and monitoring of cargo data which must be provided to the CBSA for cargo on board
a vessel that will call at a port in Canada, and is loaded on Carrier's vessel in a port of loading other that a
Canadian or U.S. port, and for processing and monitoring cargo declaration data which, as provided for in
the CTSA tariff, must be provided to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Service for cargo destined for
Canada and on board a vessel that will call at a port in the United States, an An Advance Manifest Security
Charge (AMS) shall be payable to the Carrier for each bill of lading issued by the Carrier or, if the shipper
tendering the cargo to the Carrier has issued one or more of its bills of lading for such cargo (sometimes
referred to as
"house bills of lading") or an other relevant document, on each such shipper- issued house bill of lading or
other relevant document and the Carrier issued bills of lading for which the Carrier submits data to the CBSA
or U.S. Customs and Border Protection Service. The amount of AMS
shall be:
US$25 per bill of lading

2. In the event that a Carrier is required to submit corrected or supplemental cargo data to the CBSA, or to
the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Service as the case may be, because the data provided by the
shipper or its agent was incorrect or incomplete, a declaration correction fee shall be charged each time a
submission is corrected and the fee shall be:-
US$40 per bill of lading correction
This correction fee is also applicable to submission of correction for shipments that eventually cancelled.

3. The Amendment Fee shall not apply if the submission of corrected or supplemental cargo data results
from an operational decision of the Carrier.

The Advance Manifest Security Charge shall be payable on the same basis as ocean freight, either prepaid
or collect. At the request of Shipper, Advance Manifest Security Charge can also be prepaid at origin for
freight collect shipment. Declaration correction fee shall be prepaid by shipper prior to release of bill of
lading or at the written request of consignee, to be paid prior to release of cargo. Carrier may hold shipper
and consignee named on its ocean bill of lading jointly and severally liable for payment of the charge.
When Advance Manifest Security Charge and Declaration correction fee is prepaid at origin, Shipper shall be
allowed to have the option to pay in local currency, and for payment in China, the charge shall be RMB 200
per bill of lading for Advance Manifest Security Charge and RMB 320 per bill of lading for Declaration
correction fee respectively.
For the purpose of this rule, the term "Bill of Lading" shall also refer to "Sea Waybill."



                                                                                                    Original Page 5AG7i
                                                                                                  Effective June 7, 2004
                                                                                                     Correction No. 417

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                       Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19.1 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA - CANADA BORDER SERVICE AGENCY
ADVANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS (CONTINUED)

J. Cargo Declaration Data Charge - Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK Line) Ltd Only

Advance Commercial Information Charge (“ACI”)

Cargo Declaration Data Charge: In the event Carrier submits advance cargo declaration data the Canadian
Customs Service for cargo loaded on a vessel at a non-Canadian port, a Cargo Declaration Data Charge
shall be payable to Carrier for each b/l issued by Carrier or, if the shipper tendering the cargo to Carrier has
issued one or more of its b/l's (house b/l's) on each such shipper - issued house b/l of lading for which the
Carrier submits such data. The amount of the charge shall be:

USD $25.00 per bill of lading.

Cargo Declaration Data Charge Correction Fee: In the event that Carrier is required to correct cargo
declaration information previously submitted to the Customs Service due to an error or omission on the part
of the shipper or its agent, shipper shall pay Carrier an amendment fee for each submission to the Customs
Service that must be corrected. The amendment fee shall be charged each time a submission is corrected
and shall be:

USD $40.00 per correction.

** The CDDC and CDDC Correction fee must be prepaid prior to issuance of b/l.
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                                                                                                   1 Revised Page 5AG8
                                                                                                   Effective April 19, 2004
                                                                                                      Correction No. 406

                              CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                               Tariff No.1

                   All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19.2 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA - CANADA BORDER SERVICE AGENCY
ADVANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS - CHINA OCEAN SHIPPING (CANADA) LTD
Effective April 19, 2004

A. EDI – Cargo and Conveyance Reporting
Pursuant to Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) regulation (Customs Notice N-542), effective April 19,
2004, Carriers are required to submit certain cargo declaration data for all cargo onboard vessels loaded at
ports other than those originating in Canada and the U.S.A.,and which will call Canada (i.e. Canadian import
cargo and cargo destined to other countries, while the vessel is transiting Canada) to the CBSA no later than
24 hours prior to the time the cargo is loaded on Carrier’s vessel in the non-Canadian and U.S. ports of
loading. In order to enable Carriers to comply with this requirement, except as provided in paragraph B of
this rule, any person tendering cargo to Carriers that is to be transported to Canada or that will be on a
vessel when that vessel calls in Canada must submit the following information regarding such cargo to
Carriers in writing (including by electronic transmission) by the deadline referenced below, in time for
Carriers to transmit the data to the CBSA at least 24 hours prior to the loading of the cargo at all non-
Canadian and U.S. load ports.

1. A precise description of the cargo and weight of the cargo or, for a sealed container, the shipper's
declared description and weight of the cargo. Generic descriptions such as "FAK", "General Cargo",
"Chemicals", "Foodstuffs", and "Said to Contain" are NOT acceptable descriptions.

2. Actual Shipper's complete name and address.

3. Complete name and address of the ultimate consignee, cargo owner or cargo owner's representative.

4. Internationally recognized hazardous material code when such materials are being shipped.

5. Container numbers and Seal numbers for all seals affixed to the container.

THE DEADLINE DATE/TIME FOR SHIPPER SUBMISSION TO CARRIERS OF THE FOREGOING DATA FOR CARGO
TENDERED AT EACH NON–CANADIAN AND U.S. PORT OF LOADING SHALL BE ADVISED BY THE LOADING
PORT AGENCY OF THE CARRIER.

B. Certain Freight Forwarder
Freight Forwarders that have obtained a CBSA assigned code may submit the required inbound cargo
declaration data directly to the CBSA. For purposes of this provision, a Freight Forwarder is registered with
the CBSA if it has been issued a carrier Code Number by the CBSA.

1. Notice of Status: Each Freight Forwarder filing cargo declaration information with the CBSA, either directly
or through a third-party vendor, shall, prior to the first time it books cargo with the Carriers, notify the Carriers
in writing that it will submit the cargo declaration information to the CBSA and indicate whether it will do so
directly or through a third-party vendor. If the Freight Forwarder is to use a third-party
vendor, the written notification shall include the name, address and contact information for the vendor.

2. Advice of Hold Notices: Any Freight Forwarder that submits cargo declaration information to the CBSA
directly or through a third-party vendor shall advise the Carriers immediately (but in no event later than the
loading of the cargo) of any "hold notice" the Freight Forwarder receives from the CBSA.
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                                                                                                 Effective April 19, 2004
                                                                                                     Correction No. 407

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19.2 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA - CANADA BORDER SERVICE AGENCY
ADVANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS - CHINA OCEAN SHIPPING LTD. (CONTINUED)

3. Freight Forwarder Co-Loading: For purposes of this sub-paragraph B(3), the term "Master Freight
Forwarder" shall mean the Freight Forwarder that is the customer of the Carriers and tenders co-loaded
cargo to the Carriers in its name. In the event the Master Freight Forwarder submits cargo declaration data
for co-loaded cargo directly to the CBSA, it shall do so for all Freight Forwarders with which it co-loads and
shall comply with subparagraph B(1), and/or B(2) above.

4. In the event a Freight Forwarder requests a booking of consolidated shipments in one or more containers,
Carriers will require cargo declaration information as defined above for each of the individual shipments
therein.

5. All Freight Forwarders shall be subject to Paragraphs C and D of this rule.

C. Failure to Provide Information; Denial of Permission to Load Cargo
1. In the event a Carrier fails to provide the required inbound cargo declaration data to the CBSA for all cargo
to be loaded on its vessel within the time period required by CBSA regulations, it may, among other things,
be assessed a civil penalty, denied permission to unload the cargo for which information was not duly
provided, and/or denied permission to unload any cargo from the vessel on which the cargo is moving.
Accordingly, a Carriers may refuse to load any cargo tendered to it for which it has not received either (i) the
data required by Paragraph A of this rule by the deadline specified therein; or (ii) the advice required by
Paragraph B of this rule by the deadline specified therein.

2. Any and all costs incurred by Carriers with respect to cargo in their possession which is not loaded due to
the non-provision of information or advice, or which is not loaded pursuant to the instructions of the CBSA
(regardless of whether or not the required data or certification has been provided for such cargo), including
but not limited to inspection, storage and/or re-delivery costs, shall be for the account of the cargo. Carriers
shall have a lien on cargo in its possession for amounts due hereunder and may hold cargo until such
amounts (and any other unpaid freights or charges) are paid or sell such cargo after a reasonable period. In
the event the Carrier is forced to take legal action to collect amounts due hereunder, Carriers shall be
entitled to recover all costs (including attorneys' fees) incurred in connection with such legal action.

D. Indemnification of Carriers
If Carriers are assessed a civil penalty or denied permission to unload cargo, then any and all shippers,
consignees, cargo owners, Freight Forwarders and their agent(s), that failed to provide the information
required by this rule and/or by the regulations of the CBSA in a complete and accurate manner, shall be
jointly and severally liable to indemnify and reimburse Carriers for any such penalty and any and all costs,
including consequential costs incurred by the Carriers as a result of the denial of permission to unload cargo.
Carriers shall have a lien on cargo in its possession for amounts due hereunder and may hold cargo until
such amounts (and any other unpaid freights or charges) are paid or sell such cargo after a reasonable
period. In the event Carriers is forced to take legal action to collect amounts due hereunder, Carriers shall be
entitled to recover all costs (including attorneys' fees) incurred in connection with such legal action.

E. Advance Commercial Information Charge (ACIC)
For the processing and ongoing monitoring of relevant cargo manifest data which must be provided to CBSA
for cargo loaded on a vessel at a non-Canadian or US port, Advance Commercial Information Charge
applies to all cargo moving under tariffs and service contracts from all Far East and Indian Subcontinent
Countries (Note 1)to Canada and/or to the destination via Vancouver port, effective from April 19,2004.
                                                                                               2nd Revised Page 5AG10
                                                                                                Effective June 4th, 2009
                                                                                                     Correction No. 764

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19.2 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA - CANADA BORDER SERVICE AGENCY
ADVANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS - CHINA OCEAN SHIPPING LTD. (CONTINUED)

1.In the event Carrier submits advance cargo declaration data to the CBSA for an Advance Commercial
Information Charge of US$25.00 per bill of lading shall be payable to Carriers for each bill of lading issued by
Carriers and; if the shipper tendering the cargo to Carriers has issued one or more of its bills of lading for
such cargo (sometimes referred to as "house bills of lading”) or any other ACIC relevant document, an
additional Advance Commercial Information Charge of US$25.00 shall be payable to the carrier on each
such shipper-issued house bill of lading or on each ACIC relevant document for which the Carriers submits
such data.

The Advance Commercial Information Charge shall be prepaid unless otherwise agreed in writing. In the
event of non-payment of the charge, Carriers may collect the amount due from either the shipper or
consignee named in its bill of lading.

2. In the event that a Carrier, due to an error or omission on the part of Shipper or its agent, is required to
correct cargo declaration information previously submitted to the carrier, Shipper/Forwarder shall pay Carrier
an amendment fee of US$40.00 for each correction.
This charge shall be prepaid unless otherwise agreed in writing. In the event of non-payment of the charge,
Carriers may collect the amount due from either the shipper or consignee named in its bill of lading.

3. The charges under above Sections 1 and 2 shall not apply if the correction and/or manifest filing is caused
by an operational decision of the Carriers.

Note:
1. Far East and Indian Sub-continent countries and areas shall mean to contain: Bangladesh, Brunei,
   Burma, Cambodia, China, **India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines,
   Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam.
2. Code arrangement in Iris 2 system for Advance Commercial Information Charge:
MSC: Advance Commercial Information Charge of cargo owner’s B/L declaration,
      Advance Commercial Information Charge of Non Auto Freight Forwarder’s declaration;
MSA: Advance Commercial Information Charge of Auto Freight Forwarder’s declaration
AMA:for amendment fee




** (Application for India suspended until further notice)
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                                                                                               2 Revised Page 5AG11
                                                                                            Effective November 2, 2004
                                                                                                     Correction No. 437

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19.3 - SUBMISSION OF CARGO DECLARATION DATA - CANADA BORDER SERVICE AGENCY
ADVANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS - EVERGREEN MARINE CORP. (TAIWAN) LTD.
Effective April 19, 2004

A. With effective from Apr/19/2004, below charges will be implemented for all Canadian import cargo and
foreign destination cargo remaining on board the vessel. (Effective date is based on cargo receiving date)

B. In the event Carrier submits advance cargo declaration data to the Canadian Customs Service for cargo
loaded on vessel at a non-Canadian port, a Advance Cargo Information Charge shall be payable to Carrier
for each bill of lading or booking manifested by Carrier or, if the shipper tendering the cargo to Carrier has
issued one or more of its bills of lading for such cargo (sometimes referred to as "house bills of lading"), on
each such shipper-issued house bill of lading for which the Carrier submits such data. The amount of the
charge shall be:
  - USD 25 per bill of lading

C. In the event the shipper submits advance cargo declaration data directly to the Canadian Customs
Service for cargo loaded on a vessel at a non-Canadian port, a Advance Cargo Information Charge shall be
payable to Carrier for each related master bill of lading issued by Carrier. The amount of the charge shall be
:
  - USD 25 per bill of lading

D. In the event that Carrier is required to correct cargo declaration information previously submitted to the
Customs Service due to an error or omission on the part of shipper or its agent, shipper shall pay Carrier an
amendment fee for each submission to the Customs Service that must be corrected. The amendment fee
shall be charged each time a submission is corrected and shall be:
  - USD 40 per correction

E. The charges and amendment fees in paragraph 1,2 and 3 above are additional to handling, storage and
other charges and obligations arising may otherwise apply to shippers cargo.

F. The Advance Cargo Information Charge and any amendment fees shall be prepaid unlessotherwise
agreed in writing.Carrier may hold shipper and consignee named on its ocean bill of lading jointly and
severally liable for payment of the charge.

RULE 19.4 - Deleted




D) Deleting reference to Maersk Sealand
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                                                                                             2 Revised Page 5AG12
                                                                                          Effective November 2, 2004
                                                                                                   Correction No. 438

                           CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                            Tariff No.1

                All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19.4 - Deleted




D) Deleting reference to Maersk Sealand
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                                                                                             2 Revised Page 5AG13
                                                                                          Effective November 2, 2004
                                                                                                   Correction No. 439

                           CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                            Tariff No.1

                All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19.4 - Deleted




D) Deleting reference to Maersk Sealand
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                                                                                              1 Revised Page 5AG14
                                                                                          Effective November 2, 2004
                                                                                                   Correction No. 440

                           CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                            Tariff No.1

                All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 19.4 - Deleted




D) Deleting reference to Maersk Sealand
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                                                                                                                    9 Revised Page 5AH
                                                                                                               Effective August 7th, 2009
                                                                                                                       Correction No. 787

                                   CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                    Tariff No.1

                      All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 20 - STORAGE COSTS
All inland terminal storage charges are for the account of cargo

RULE 21 – OVERWEIGHT CONTAINERS – RAIL CHARGES
Any and all additional charges relating to overweight containers as assessed by the railroad operators to the carriers shall be for the
account of cargo, which means that said charges shall be paid by the shipper or the consignee or their agent.

RULE 22 - CONGESTION CHARGES
Any and all additional charges as a result of congestion of cargo and containers at the ports, or as a result of congestion at
railroads, and that the ports/terminal operators/truckers/railroad operators and any other third party identify those charges as
being a result of congestion, shall be for the account of the cargo.

RULE 23 - INSPECTION FEE RULE ( Not applicable for Hapag Lloyd.)
A. When cargo in containers, whether for delivery at CY or CFS, is required to undergo inspection by Candian Customs,
Agriculture, Food and Drug, or other such duly authorized government agencies, such inspections shall be at the risk
and expense of the cargo, and all expenses paid by or billed through the carrier for these inspections shall be charged to
the cargo, including but not limited to the following:

  (1) Any effort necessary to expose cargo for inspection at the carrier's CY, on an actual cost basis.

   (2) Any movement of the container from the CY to the place of inspection, plus unstuffing and restuffing the cargo from
and to the container, plus returning the container from the place of inspection to the CY or CFS, or any portion of these
functions, as required, on an actual cost basis.

All drayage, gate, terminal charges (including unstuffing from container and restuffing into container) in connection with
customs inspection of CFS delivery cargo at port to be for account of cargo

  (3) Any demurrage as specified in this tariff.

  (4) Any discharge of cargo into public storage as specified in this tariff.

  (5) Any other service rendered on behalf of the cargo by the carrier, such as, but not limited to, effecting partial
delivery of the Bill of Lading quantity of cargo under the following Exception:

Exception: Carriers are permitted, to effect partial delivery of cargo subject to government inspection under this rule
when the governmental inspector involved officially direct or permit such partial delivery, provided carriers retain
evidence of such official direction or permission in their records available for inspection.

 (6) An administration fee of USD 50 per container per inspection will be payable to Carrier for each Customs inspection
or other such duly authorized government agencies.

Effective: July 24, 2009 from all origins except PRC
Effective: August 23, 2009 from PRC only
Increase in Admin Fee from USD 50.00 per container to USD 75.00 per container (I)

An administration fee of USD 75 per container per inspection will be payable to Carrier for each Customs inspection or other such
duly authorized government agencies.




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                                                                                                             4th Revised Page 5AI
                                                                                                          Effective March 26, 2010
                                                                                                                Correction No. 840

                                        CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                         Tariff No.1

                            All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.


          RULE 24A – REEFER TERMINAL SERVICE CHARGE

          Terminal services for refrigerated containers via rail:
          US$ 20.50 per container


          RULE 24B – RAILCAR REEFER CABLING SERVICE FEE

          Railcar cabling services fee for refrigerated containers loading to rail:
          US$ 123.59 per container


          RULE 25 – HEAVY CARGO CHARGE

          INDEPENDENT ACTION – Applies for COSCO Container Line, Ltd Only

          Cargo weight excess 20 metric tons – USD 200/20ft container

          Applies for all cargo from Far East and Indian Sub-Continent (Bangladesh, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, China, **India,
          Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan,
          Thailand, Vietnam) to Canada.

          ** (Application for India suspended until further notice)

(I) (A)   COSCO
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          Heavy Cargo Surcharge (HCS) , effective February 1 , 2010 to February 15 , 2010 as follows:

          Cargo weight excess 18 metric tons - USD150/20ft Container

          Applicable from full scope of CTSA to Canada and will be assessed on all cargoes.

          RULE 26 – QUALIFICATIONS FOR NVOCCs (People’s Republic of China)

          The Shipper is responsible for complying with all requirements applicable to it under the PRC Regulations on
          International Maritime Transportation (“PRC Regulations”), and any implementing rules, as well as all
          requirements imposed by the PRC Ministry of Communications’ (“MOC”), including but not limited to the
          requirement that all non-vessel-operating common carriers register their bills of lading and make the required
          surety bond in accordance with Article 21 of the PRC Regulations. By tendering shipment to the Carrier,
          Shipper thereby represents and warrants that it has complied with these requirements.

          For any shipment under this tariff or a service contract governed hereby, if the Shipper does not comply with
          any of the above requirements, or if at any time the Shipper becomes non-compliant, the Shipper is
          responsible to pay to Carrier or reimburse Carrier for any and all costs Carrier incurs as a result of such non-
          compliance, including but not limited to costs for re-routing of cargo, unstuffing or restuffing of containers,
          detention or inspection of containers, or penalty payments assessed against Shipper or the Carrier by the
          MOC or other PRC regulatory body because of Shipper’s noncompliance.


          Note: Page turned on January 15, 2010 to reflect note for Heavy cargo Surcharge (HCS)
                                                                                                         4th Revised Page 5AJ
                                                                                                        Effective June 19, 2010
                                                                                                            Correction No. 965

                                 CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                  Tariff No.1

                    All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.


RULE 27 – Late Pick Up of Original Bill of Lading or Late Payment of Freight

Independent Action – Only for OOCL

Unless otherwise agreed between the shipper and the Carrier, the following Charge for Late Pick
Up of Original Bill of Lading or Late Payment of Freight applies if the Original Bill of Lading is not
picked up by the Shipper and/or the Prepaid Freight and Charges for Original Bill of Lading / Seaway Bill of Lading are
not paid within the days specified in below:

Origin       Calendar Days after Vessel Sailing Late Charge
Hong Kong                     14                        HKD 400
China: Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan and Hainan Province
                              14                        RMB 400
Korea                         15                        US$50
                              30                        US$100
Indonesia                     8                         US$100
Malaysia             7                          MYR 200

Origin           Working Days after Vessel Sailing        Late Charge
** India                             5                    INR3000 Plus 12.36% Service Tax
** (Application for India suspended until further notice)

(I)Late Pick Up of Original Bill of Lading or Late Payment of Freight - OOCL IA - Eff: June 19, 2010

Unless otherwise the Shipper has a credit arrangement with the Carrier, the following Charge for Late Pick Up of Original
Bill of Lading or Late Payment of Freight applies if the Original Bill of Lading is not picked up by the Shipper and/or the
Prepaid Freight and Charges for Original Bill of Lading/Seaway Bill of Lading are not paid within the days specified in
below:
 Origin            Calendar Days after Vessel Sailing                       Late Charge
Philippines               10                                                USD20
Sri Lanka                 7                                                 US$25
Taiwan                    7-14                                              TWD 500
                          15+                                               TWD 1000
Thailand                  10                                                BAHT 1000
Vietnam                   15                                                VND 500000          .
Bangladesh                7                                                 BDT 100

Origin             Working Days after Vessel Sailing                        Late Charge
Pakistan                  7                                                 PKR 2000


Independent Action – Only for Hapag Lloyd
When the shipper or its agent fails to pick up the original B/L within 15 days after the vessel's departure from the
original load port, a HK 500 or CNY 500 charge will be charged for each B/L. The charge is to be paid at origin prior to
release of documents.

In the case of relayed cargo, the sailing date will be that of the feeder vessel's departure.

This charge will apply on traffic from the ports of Hong Kong, Guangzhou/Huangpu, Zhongshan, Xiamen/Fuzhou and
Shenzhen.




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                                                                                            Effective October 30 , 2007
                                                                                                     Correction No. 620

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.


RULE 28 – EXPEDITED RAIL SERVICES (ERS) Surcharge
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(I) Independent Action – Only for Hapag Lloyd – Effective October 15 , 2007

Hapag Lloyd may extend the Expedited Rail service(ERS) provided by TSI Terminal Systems Inc. for
Montreal and Toronto to its customers subject to following conditions:
1.There will be a charge of usd250 per container payable in advance.

2.There is a maximum limit of the number of containers which can be handled under ERS per train service
and, if this limit is reached, the customers will be served on first come first served basis.

3.Hapag Lloyd does not guarantee TSI performance and will not accept responsibility for TSI's failure to
perform. However, if the TSI does not perform and refunds their charge to Hapag Lloyd, Hapag Lloyd will
refund the ERS charge to the customer.

4.The service will be provided subject to all other rules and regulations for advance notice requirements etc
as may be published by Hapag Lloyd and advised to the customers.


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(I) Independent Action – Only for OOCL – Effective November 5 , 2007

OOCL may extend the Expedited Rail service(ERS) provided by TSI Terminal Systems Inc. for Montreal and
Toronto to its customers subject to following conditions:

1.There will be a charge of usd250 per container payable in advance.

2.There is a maximum limit of the number of containers which can be handled under ERS per train service
and, if this limit is reached, the customers will be served on first come first served basis.

3.OOCL does not guarantee TSI performance and will not accept responsibility for TSI's failure to
perform. However, if the TSI does not perform and refunds their charge to OOCL, OOCL will refund the
ERS charge to the customer.
4.The service will be provided subject to all other rules and regulations for advance notice requirements etc as may
be published by OOCL Lloyd and advised to the customers




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                                                                                                44th Revised Page 5AL
                                                                                                 Effective July 26, 2011
                                                                                                    Correction No. 1149

                             CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                              Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 29 – SERVICE CONTRACT GUIDELINE (BUNKER)

All new service contracts for the 2008 contract season should be subject to full floating bunker surcharge in
accordance with CTSA’s bunker formula.

Where current contractual commitments have been met, carriers should seek an immediate adjustment in
the contract to bring bunker recovery to a full floating basis. It is noted that some carriers might seek to
accomplish this on an individual basis, through application of a separate extraordinary bunker charge.

Where contractual commitments are ongoing, carriers intend to contact customers who do not have the full
floating bunker provision in their contracts to seek mutual agreement to increase the level of BAF recovery
now, to a full floating basis. However, members are reminded that this guideline was not intended to abridge
or detract from existing service contract commitments, which should be honored in full.

Nothing in this guideline shall prevent any member from negotiating or entering into a service contract on
terms and conditions that the member considers appropriate, nor compel any member to give notice or
divulge to other members the terms and conditions of the contract.

RULE 30 – CURRENCY ADJUSTMENT FACTOR (CAF)
All Origins (Including Japan and the PRC) 7%  Effective January 1, 2011
All Origins (Including Japan and the PRC) 7%  Effective (Feb 1, 2011 to Feb 28, 2011)
All Origins (Including Japan and the PRC) 8%  Effective Mar 1, 2011
All Origins (Including Japan and the PRC) 8%  Effective April 1, 2011
All Origins (Including Japan and the PRC) 9%  Effective May 1, 2011
All Origins (Including Japan and the PRC) 10% Effective June 1, 2011
All Origins (Including Japan and the PRC) 10% Effective July 1, 2011
All Origins (Including Japan and the PRC) 9%  Effective Aug 1, 2011
All Origins (Including Japan and the PRC) 10% Effective Sep 1, 2011
RULE 31 – GENERAL ADMINISTRATION CHARGE
OOCL – IA
In the event that Carrier is requested to perform, including arrangement through a third party for service that
is outside of the bill of lading terms, or when the Carrier is required to advance payment for any service on
behalf of shipper, shipper shall be responsible for the actual cost plus an additional general administration
charge of $50 per bill of lading or 50% of the actual cost whichever is lesser.

Exception: This general administration charge will not be applicable if a similar administration charge is
already specified in any service charge.




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                                                                                                       8th Revised Page 5B
                                                                                                       Effective July 1, 2010
                                                                                                          Correction No. 989

                               CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                Tariff No.1

                   All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 32 – BC CARBON TAX SURCHARGE
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Effective:   August 7 , 2008 (for all origins excluding the PRC and Taiwan)
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             September 1 , 2008 (for Taiwan origins)
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             September 15 , 2008 (for PRC origins)

Applies for all cargo that moves by rail and is destined to or passes through British Columbia
US$ 3.00 per 20’ container
US$ 6.00 for all other size containers

Effective July 24, 2009 from all origins except PRC (I)
Effective: August 23, 2009 PRC
US$4.50 per 20ft container
US$9.00/other container sizes

(I)BC Carbon Tax Surcharge (BCS) - Cosco I/A - Effective July 1, 2010 :
(Applies for all cargo that moves by rail and originates or passes through British Columbia,Canada )
US$ 9.00 per container

Carbon Tax (CB) Charge Adjustment - Yang Ming IA - Effective July 1, 2010
Amount: US$ 9.00 per container
Unless otherwise specified in the contract, cargo that moves to Canada IPI by RAIL through BC province (Port
of Vancouver and Prince Rupert)

RULE 33 – OVERWEIGHT CONTAINERS
OOCL Independent Action - Effective June 1st, 2009

A. Shipper warrants that all documents and other information provided to the Carrier by the Shipper or its
agents, which may affect the applicable freight or other charges, are accurate. Carrier, at its discretion, may
appoint a sworn measurer to open any container packed by or on behalf of the shipper in order to verify the
commodity description, cargo nature, cargo weight, cargo measurement and/or piece count as declared by
the shipper to be contained therein and the shipper's compliance with the carrier's tariff rules and rates.
Carrier shall have no responsibility or liability for any loss of or damage to the goods or delay in their
shipment or delivery arising out of or resulting from such verification, whether or not such information has
been correctly stated by the shipper. The container will be resealed with the carrier's seal and a notification
of such inspection shown on the Bill of Lading or by other notification to the shipper.

The shipper, whose cargo upon inspection by the sworn Measurer or local customs is found to have been
incorrectly described, weighed, measured, and/or counted, shall be responsible for re-rating of any freight
and charges due. Any expense incurred for the inspection shall be for the account of cargo. In addition, an
administration fee of US$200 per container for container with cargo commodity mis-declared, cargo weight
either under-declared or over-declared by the shipper by 2 tons or more than the actual cargo weight shall
be billed to account of cargo. All additional charges and fees must be paid prior to the release of cargo,
irrespective of whether the inspection is performed at origin or at destination.

If the inspection is performed at Consignee's premises and the consignee interferes, obstructs, or refuses to
permit such inspection, the Shipper shall be required to pay liquidated damages in lieu of all other charges
named herein, based on the greater of:
     i. The applicable cargo NOS rate, at the declared weight, measure or piece count; or
   ii. US$2,000.00, in addition to all other charges declared by the shipper, but not verified by the Carrier.
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                              CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                               Tariff No.1

                   All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 33 – OVERWEIGHT CONTAINERS - Continued

B. If the shipper does not agree with the findings of certified inspector at origin, the shipper may request that
an inspection at destination be performed by a certified inspector. If an inspection results in the shipper
owing no additional freight or charges, the cost of the inspection shall be for the account of the Carrier and
any freight due bills, liquidated damages or inspection fees previously assessed on the shipment will be
cancelled or if paid, refunded. If such an inspection confirms in whole or part the findings of the inspector at
origin, the shipper will be responsible for additional freight due, administration fee if applicable and liquidated
damages based on the destination certified inspector certificate. In addition, the shipper will also be required
to pay inspection charges incurred at both origin and destination on the shipment.

C. To ensure the accuracy of the description and measurements declared by the Shipper, and to ensure that
the provisions of this tariff and any service contracts are strictly adhered to, the Carrier may request
documentation necessary to verify compliance, including but not limited to invoices, Customs documentation,
freight bills, underlying bills of lading, and arrival notices. Said requests shall be made within one year after
the shipment date. Shipper or consignee shall provide documentation requested within thirty (30)days of the
request. If the request is made prior to the release of cargo to the consignee, the Carrier shall not release
the cargo until the documentation is provided. If a misdescription or misdeclaration is found as a result of
this inquiry, the cargo interests shall be liable to pay (a) the additional applicable tariff or contract freight and
charges due on such cargo as rated correctly, which shall be payable by any party liable for payment of the
freight and charges; and (b) an additional amount equal to the full amount of all tariff or contract freight and
charges due on the cargo as rated correctly, which shall be paid by the party responsible for the
misdescription or misdeclaration. This rerating charge shall be applied separately for each misdescription or
misdeclaration on a shipment. For example, if the shipper misdescribes the commodity and also
misdeclares the weight or measure of the cargo on the same shipment, the rerating charge would apply
twice for that shipment. If documentation is not provided within the thirty (30) days as requested, the Carrier
may conclude that a misdescription or misdeclaration has occurred and apply the above additional charges.
If a shipment is found to be misdeclared prior to release, the cargo shall not be released to the consignee
until the applicable tariff or contract freight and charges referred to in (a) and (b) above, along with any
demurrage charges that might be due, have been paid in full.

D. A consignee presenting a bill of lading to the carrier to claim delivery of cargo shall have an affirmative
duty to verify cargo descriptions on that B/L and to notify the carrier of any discrepancy. The presentation of
a B/L and the taking of delivery of the cargo constitutes a warranty by the consignee that it has compared the
cargo description on the carrier's B/L with the import declaration and any other relevant commercial
documents available to the consignee (including but not limited to sales agreements,
purchase orders, and letters of credit) and that the description of the cargo in those documents is consistent
with the B/L description. In the event that (a) the cargo is found to have been misdescribed on the ocean B/L
and (b) the consignee failed to disclose to the carrier the particulars of discrepancy in the cargo descriptions
as evidenced by the documentation referred to above, the consignee shall be liable for the rerating charge
specified in subparagraph F of this rule, whether or not the consignee is affiliated with the shipper of the
cargo or is acting as delivery or other agent for the shipper. It shall be a defense to liability for the rerating
charge if the consignee demonstrates that it reviewed the documentation prior to cargo release and there
was no discrepancy between the cargo description in the B/L on the one hand and, on the other hand, the
import declaration and other commercial documents available to the consignee.




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                              CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                               Tariff No.1

                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 33 – OVERWEIGHT CONTAINERS - Continued

E. In the event that misdescription of cargo is found to fall within the following situations, either by means of
physical cargo inspection by Carrier; by evidence of other supporting documents or by change of declaration
from shipper when cargo is in Carrier's custody:

- From general cargo (GC) to hazardous cargo (DG) either in dry or refrigerated stowage,

- Changes of hazardous cargo description such as, but not limited to change of class; UN; packing group;
  technical name or concentration percentage. Shipper shall be liable for the following additional payment
  prior to the release of cargo:-

  1. Difference in freight and charges between the actual cargo description and the originally declared
     description.

  2. An additional liquidated damage to the Carrier at US$2000 per container.

  3. If physical inspection is performed, all costs associated with physical inspection plus an
    administrative fee of $75 per container. Shipper shall further indemnify and hold Carrier harmless
    from and against all loss, damage, expense, actions and claims for injury to or death of persons and
    damage to property arising out of such misdescription.

F. When cargo is found to have undergone fumigation without proper aeration and missing warning sign
affixed to the container pursuant to IMO requirements, a misdeclaration fee of US$200 per container will be
assessed.

G. For inbound trade only, in cases of incorrect description, weight, measurement or value of cargo, the
Carrier or their representatives shall assess and collect the full additional freight due as per Tariff, plus an
Administrative Charge of 25% of such additional freight.

The minimum administrative charge shall be US$500 per Bill of Lading. The Administrative charge will not
be applicable where the Shipper establishes that the misdeclaration was not knowing and willful.




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                                                                                         Effective September 16, 1999
                                                                                                    Correction No. 204

                            CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                             Tariff No.1

                 All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

REFRIGERATED COMMODITIES

Minimum Guideline Rate Levels

Seafood and Foodstuffs and Fruit and Vegetables

To:     Vancouver - Not Applicable for Mandarins
Fm:     Hong Kong/Kaohsiung
Rate:   US $ 3,575.00 per 40 ft container

To:     Toronto/Montreal
Fm:     Hong Kong/Kaohsiung
Rate:   US $ 5,275.00 per 40 ft container

To:     Vancouver
Fm:     Bangkok
Rate:   US $ 3,600.00 per 40 ft container

To:     Toronto/Montreal
Fm:     Bangkok
Rate:   US $ 5,300.00 per 40 ft container

To:     Vancouver
Fm:     Ho Chi Minh City
Rate:   US $ 4,575.00 per 40 ft container

To:     Toronto/Montreal
Fm:     Ho Chi Minh City
Rate:   US $ 6,275.00 per 40 ft container

To:     Vancouver
Fm:     Yantian CY, Chiwan CY, Shekou CY
Rate:   US $ 3,875.00 per 40 ft container

To:     Toronto/Montreal
Fm:     Yantian CY, Chiwan CY, Shekou CY
Rate:   US $ 5,575.00 per 40 ft container

To:     Vancouver
Fm:     Huangpu CY
Rate:   US $ 3,975.00 per 40 ft container

To:     Toronto/Montreal
Fm:     Huangpu CY
Rate:   US $ 5,675.00 per 40 ft container

To:     Vancouver
Fm:     Dalian, Shanghai, Xingang, Qindao, Xiamen, Fuzhou
Rate:   US $ 4,700.00 per 40 ft container

To:     Toronto/Montreal
Fm:     Dalian, Shanghai, Xingang, Qindao, Xiamen, Fuzhou
Rate:   US $ 6,400.00 per 40 ft container
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                                                                                         Effective September 16, 1999
                                                                                                    Correction No. 205

                            CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                             Tariff No.1

                 All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

REFRIGERATED COMMODITIES (Continued)

Minimum Guideline Rate Levels

Mandarins

To:     Vancouver
Fm:     Hong Kong
Rate:   US $ 3,250.00 per 40 ft HC container

Rate includes store door delivery charge at destination, DDC, FAF, ERS
Rate not subject to the PSS
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                                                                                                      Effective June 21, 1999
                                                                                                           Correction No. 191

                                  CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                   Tariff No.1

                       All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

     REFRIGERATED COMMODITIES (Continued)

     Minimum Guideline Rate Levels

     Seafood, Foodstuffs, Fruit and Vegetables

     To:      Vancouver
     Fm:      Ningbo
     Rate:    US $ 4,900.00 per 40 ft container

     To:      Toronto/Montreal
     Fm:      Ningbo
     Rate:    US $ 6,600.00 per 40 ft container

     Garlic

     To:      Vancouver
     Fm:      Qingdao
     Rate:    US $ 4,500.00 per 40 ft container

     To:      Toronto/Montreal
     Fm:      Qingdao
     Rate:    US $ 6,200.00 per 40 ft container

     Notes:

1)      Rates apply on 40 ft reefer and 40ft 9'6" containers
2)      20 ft reefer is 80% of 40ft reefer
3)      Rates are inclusive of DDC/BAF/ERS in effect at time of shipment
4)      Rates are subject to PSS and local surcharges in effect at time of shipment
5)      Reefer add-ons over Vancouver rates for Calgary and Edmonton are as follows:

        US $ 1,360/20 ft reefer
        US $ 1,700/40 ft reefer
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                                                                                             Effective February 9 , 2009
                                                                                                      Correction No. 740

                              CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                               Tariff No.1

                   All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.


NON - REFRIGERATED COMMODITIES

Minimum Guideline Rate Levels

Furniture Parts,   ,
To:     TAIWAN
Fm:     TORONTO
Rate:   US $ 3,825.00/20R, ALL INCLUSIVE
        US $ 3,900.00/40R, ALL INCLUSIVE



RICE

FROM: BANGKOK
TO:   VANCOUVER

$ 1200.00 / 20 ft container CY/CY

RATE IS SUBJECT TO ALL CHARGES IN EFFECT AT TIME OF SHIPMENT.




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                                                                                                    9th Revised Page 6B
                                                                                          Effective February 17th, 2010
                                                                                                       Correction No. 871
                              CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                         Tariff No.1
                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 35 - DANGEROUS CARGO LABELING FEE - DG Labeling Fee
OOCL IA         Effective March 1, 2010
When OOCL applies a Dangerous Cargo Label/ Placard to a container at Shipper request the following DG
Labeling Fee will be applied:
Origin: China (except the Provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan and Yunnan)
Charge per Container             RMB 500

RULE 36 - LOST BILL OF LADING FEE
OOCL IA          Effective February 17, 2010
Carrier may issue a replacement Bill of Lading upon declaration from shippers on Original Bill of Lading lost
providing cargo hasn't been released at destination. An administration fee on top of Bill of Lading re-
issuance fee will be applied plus the actual additional costs incurred by the Carrier due to the issuance of
replacement Bill of Lading,

Lost Bill of Lading Fee for Origins:
Hong Kong and Macao: HKD 1000
China Provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan, and Yunnan: RMB 1000

Effective April 1, 2010
China except Provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan, and Yunnan: RMB 1000

(I) RULE 37 - LATE DECLARATION OF CHANGE OF CONTAINER STATUS
OOCL IA         Effective February 25, 2010
In Malaysia when the consignee or their authorized representative request a change of container status less
than 72 Hours prior to vessel arrival the following charge will apply in addition to all other applicable charges:
MYR 110 per document

(I) RULE 38 - BOOKING CANCELLATION FEE
OOCL IA         Effective February 17, 2010
Malaysia:
When a customer cancels a booking less than 72 Hours prior to vessel estimated time of arrival a Booking
Cancellation fee of MYR 110 per booking will be charged

(I) RULE 39 - Emergency Revenue Surcharge
OOCL IA        Effective March 1, 2010
Origin:                North & South Asia, Pakistan, Bangladesh & Sri Lanka.
Destination:           Canada
Equipment Type:        Dry
Quantum:               USD240/20' USD300/40'GP USD340/40'HQ USD380/45'
Expiry:                3/14/2010

APL IA           Effective Feb 23, 2010 - Expiry Date: March 15, 2010.
Origin:                  Asia, West Asia
Destination:             Canada (British Colombia)
Quantum:                 US$320/D20' US$400/D40' US$450/D40H US$505/D45
Origin:                  Asia, West Asia
Destination:             Canada (Except British Columbia)
Quantum:                 US$400/D20' US$500/D40' US$565/D40H US$635/D45


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                                                                                                     3 Revised Page 7
                                                                                                Effective June 21, 1999
                                                                                                    Correction No. 194

                            CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                             Tariff No.1

                 All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

VIETNAM COMMODITY RATES
For carriers providing service from Vietnam ports to Canadian base ports, the following commodity rates
should apply:

Footwear - from Haiphong to Toronto
                             20D    40D
Eastern Canada (AW)          3,615 4,670
Eastern Canada (MLB)         3,615 4,670

Footwear - from Ho Chi Minh City
                             20D         40D
Eastern Canada (AW)          2,865       3,820
Eastern Canada (MLB)         2,865       3,820

Paper Gift Wrap - from Ho Chi Minh City to Vancouver & Toronto
                              20D     40D
Western Canada                2,490 3,320
To Toronto                    116.00 for CFS/CY Cargo only

Rice in Bags, NOS - from Ho Chi Minh City to Vancouver
                             20D
Western Canada               2,325 inclusive of DDC

Natural Rubber, NOS - from Ho Chi Minh City to Joilette, Quebec
IPI                          157    subject to 15 pallet per 20ft container inclusive of THC at origin

Garments - from Ho Chi Minh City
                            20D          40D
Eastern Canada (AW)         3,975        5,300
Eastern Canada (MLB)        3,975        5,300
To Montreal                 2,865        3,820
To Toronto                  2,865        3,820
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                                                                                                 2 Revised Page 8
                                                                                             Effective June 21, 1999
                                                                                                 Correction No. 195

                         CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                          Tariff No.1

              All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

VIETNAM

                                      RATE             WEST              EAST (MLB)       EAST (AW)
                                      BASIS            CANADA            CANADA           CANADA
COMMODITY DESCRIPTION

HANDBAGS & LUGGAGE
TO TORONTO/MONTREAL                   D40                                4295             4295

COTTON/ACRYLIC MIXED HANDBAGS
FROM HO CHI MINH CITY TO TORONTO
                               D20                                       3110             3110
                               D40                                       4145             4145

CERAMIC WARE
FROM HO CHI MINH CITY TO
VANCOUVER                             D20              2570 *

FROM SAIGON TO TORONTO                D20                                3540             3540
                                      D40                                4715             4715
                                      D40H                               5005             5005

FOODSTUFF, NOS
FROM HO CHI MINH CITY TO
VANCOUVER                             D20              2570 *

FROM HO CHI MINH CITY                 D20                                3170 *           3170 *
                                      D40                                4225 *           4225 *

RICE
FROM HO CHI MINH CITY TO
VANCOUVER                             D20               2570 *

FROM HO CHI MINH CITY                 D20                                3170 *           3170 *
                                      D40                                4225 *           4225 *

CANNED FOODS, JARRED, BOTTLED
TETRA PACKED AND DRUMMED GOODS
FROM HO CHI MINH CITY        D20                       2670 *

TO TORONTO                            D20                                3570 *           3570 *

RICE IN BAGS NOS
FROM HO CHI MINH CITY TO
VANCOUVER                             D20              2570 @

TO TORONTO AND MONTREAL               D20                                3210             3210
                                      D40                                4425             4425

(*) INCLUSIVE OF DDC AND FAF
(@) INCLUSIVE OF DDC, FAF, 2.5% BROKERAGE AT ORIGIN
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                                                                                                 2 Revised Page 9
                                                                                             Effective June 21, 1999
                                                                                                 Correction No. 196

                         CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                          Tariff No.1

              All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

VIETNAM

                                      RATE             WEST              EAST (MLB)       EAST (AW)      IPI
                                      BASIS            CANADA            CANADA           CANADA
COMMODITY DESCRIPTION

REFRIGERATED SEAFOOD NOS
FROM HO CHI MINH CITY TO
VANCOUVER                             R40              7075 @

NATURAL RUBBER, NOS
FROM HO CHI MINH CITY TO
JOLIETTE, QUEBEC                      PAL                                                                189 &
SUBJECT TO 15 PALLETS PER 20'

CANNED FRUITS, NOS
TO TORONTO AND MONTREAL               D20                                3210             3210
                                      D40                                4425             4425

DRIED CHILLIES, NOS
TO TORONTO AND MONTREAL               D20                                3210             3210
                                      D40                                4425             4425

DRIED PEPPER, NOS
TO TORONTO AND MONTREAL               D20                                3210             3210
                                      D40                                4425             4425

SPORTING GOODS, VIZ:
CAMPING EQUIPMENT NOS
FROM HO CHI MINH CITY                 M                                  157 *            157 *
                                      D20                                3475 *           3475 *
                                      D40                                4630 *           4630 *

TEXTILES
FROM HO CHI MINH CITY                 D20                                4220             4220
                                      D40                                5625             5625
                                      D40H                               4475             4475

TO VANCOUVER                          D20              2970 %
                                      D40              4125 %

TO TORONTO AND MONTREAL               M                                  132 ^            132 ^
                                      D20                                3110             3110
                                      D40                                4475 *           4475 *


(^) INCLUSIVE OF FAF
(*) INCLUSIVE OF DDC AND FAF
(@) INCLUSIVE OF DDC, FAF, 2.5% BROKERAGE AT ORIGIN
(&) INCLUSIVE OF CFS RECEIVING CHARGE, DDC, SDD, THC AT ORIGIN
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                                                                                                  1 Revised Page 10
                                                                                               Effective April 1, 1998
                                                                                                  Correction No. 107

                         CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                          Tariff No.1

              All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

VIETNAM

                                      RATE             WEST              EAST (MLB)       EAST (AW)
                                      BASIS            CANADA            CANADA           CANADA
COMMODITY DESCRIPTION

FOOTWEAR
FROM HAIPHONG TO TORONTO              D20                                3860             3860
                                      D40                                4995             4995

FROM HO CHI MINH CITY                 D20                                3110             3110
                                      D40                                4145             4145

TO MONTREAL                           D20                                3360 *           3360 *
                                      D40                                4475 *           4475 *
                                      D40H                               4805 *           4805 *

BAMBOOWARE
FROM SAIGON TO TORONTO                D20                                3540             3540
                                      D40                                4715             4715
                                      D40H                               4805             4805

GLOVES, NOS
FROM HO CHI MINH CITY                 M                                  132              132
                                      D40                                4145             4145

GLASSWARE
FROM SAIGON TO TORONTO                D20                                3540             3540
                                      D40                                4715             4715
                                      D40H                               4805             4805

PAPER GIFT WRAP
FROM HO CHI MINH CITY
TO TORONTO AND MONTREAL               D20              2735
                                      D40              3645
                                      M                                  128 +

BICYCLES
FROM HO CHI MINH CITY
TO TORONTO AND MONTREAL                D20                               3320             3320

(+) CFS/CFS CARGO ONLY
 (*) INCLUSIVE OF DDC AND FAF
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                                                                                                                  Effective July 14, 2010
                                                                                                                      Correction No. 990
                                 CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                            Tariff No.1
                     All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.
VIETNAM
FUEL ADJUSTMENT FACTOR
$ 1.50 Revenue Ton/Per Unit/Per Pallet / $ 62.00 20D / $ 82.50 40D / $ 92.75 40H / $ 104.50 45D

DESTINATION DELIVERY CHARGES
$ 9.00 Revenue Ton / $ 220.00 20D / $ 440.00 40D / $ 470.00 40G / $ 495.00 40H / $ 555.00 45D
VIETNAM OUTPORT ARBITRARIES
                                                           DRY CONTAINER                 REEFER CONTAINER
OUTPORT                                                    D20       D40       40H       D45       R20       R40       R4H      R45
DANANG                                                     650       1300      1466      1645      975       1950      2200     2475
HAIPHONG                                                   300       600       675       760       450       900       1015     1140
VANG TAU                                                   250       350       395       500       375       525       595      750
CAN THO                                                    350       400       450       505       525       600       675      760
INLAND HAULAGE FROM HANOI
The Following Inland Haulage Charge Applies For Cargo Ex Hanoi (Subject To The Hanoi Outport Aribtrary)
                                                           DRY CONTAINER                 REEFER CONTAINER
OUTPORT                                                    D20       D40       40H       D45       R20       R40       R4H      R45
HANOI                                                      250       350       395       445       375       525       595      670
RULE 34-CERTIFICATE ISSUANCE FEE
At Shippers request, Carrier may issue a customized vessel certification for certifying including but not limited to vessel
particular, container/shipment status, temperature status, of Exports Reefer shipment
Certificate Issuance Fee for Origins (payable by shipper at time of issuance):
Hong Kong and Macao:         HKD150
China Provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan, and Yunnan: RMB 150
Independent Action - OOCL - Effective February 17, 2010
At Shippers request, Carrier may issue a customized vessel certification for certifying including but not limited to vessel
particular, container/shipment status, temperature status, of Export Reefer shipment
OOCL IA Effective dates listed below.
For Origin Malaysia Cargo: At shippers request, Carrier may issue a vessel certification with details of the vessel that cargo is
onboard at a fee of MYR 110 per certificate payable by shipper at time of issuance.
At Shippers request, Carrier may issue a customized vessel certification for certifying including but not limited to vessel
particular, container/shipment status, temperature status, of Exports Reefer shipment.
Certificate Issuance Fee for Origins (payable by shipper at time of issuance):
Hong Kong and Macao:         HKD200        Eff 3/27/2010
China Provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan, and Yunnan: RMB 200 Eff 3/27/2010
Certificate Issuance Fee for Destinations (payable by shipper/consignee at time of issuance):
Canada: USD 20 Eff 4/1/2010
(I) Certificate Issuance Fee for Origins (payable by shipper at time of issuance): Eff 4/1/2010
China Provinces except Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan, and Yunnan: RMB 150

RULE 40 - EXPORT SERVICE CHARGE
Independent Action - OOCL- Effective March 12, 2010
An Export Service Charge of US$2 per container will be assessed for shipments from Pakistan for the administration of
providing export services such as equipment release and arranging equipment pick up or drop off.

(I) RULE 41 - INSUFFICIENT FUNDS CHECK ADMINISTRATIVE FEE
Independent Action - OOCL - Effective March 18, 2010
When the check presented by a Customer to the Carrier is insufficient funds by the bank in Hong Kong, Macau or PRC
(Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan, Guizhou and Hainan Provinces), the Customer will be subject to an Insufficient Funds Check
 Administrative Fee:
HKD500 for each Insufficient check in addition to the original payment. For payment in PRC, the charge shall be RMB500 for
each insufficient funds check.
When the check presented by a Customer to the Carrier is insufficient funds by the bank in Malaysia the Customer will be
subject to an Insufficient Funds Check Administrative Fee of MYR 110 for each insufficient funds check in addition to the original
payment.
 When the check presented by a Customer to the Carrier is insufficient funds in Pakistan the Customer will be subject to an
 Insufficient Funds Check Administrative Fee: of US$50 for each insufficient funds in addition to the original payment.
When the check presented by a Customer to the Carrier is insufficient funds in all other locations, the Customer will be subject
to an insufficient funds fee of US$37.5 for each insufficient funds check in addition to the original payment.
(I)When the check presented by a Customer to the Carrier is insufficient funds by the bank in Singapore, the customer
will be subject to an insufficient funds check admin fee of SGD 55 for each insufficient funds check in addition to the
original payment - OOCL I/A - Effective July 14, 2010
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                                                                                                           5th Revised Page 12
                                                                                                         Effective Sept 12, 2010
                                                                                                            Correction No. 1077
                                CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                           Tariff No.1
                    All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 42 - HEAVY WEIGHT CONTAINER SURCHARGE (HWCS)
Independent Action- Evergreen- Effective March 26, 2010

SCOPE: FAR EAST, ISC AND S. AFRICA TO CANADA

20 ft container
Cargo weight (exclude tare weight) excess 21 tons: US $500.00

40ft container, 40ft high cube container
Cargo weight (exclude tare weight) excess 27 tons: US$ 500.00

RULE 43 - Temperature Re-Set Fee for Temperature Controlled Cargo
Independent Action-OOCL- Effective April 8, 2010
For cargo moving in temperature controlled container, Shipper may request Carrier in writing to re-set the previously
required temperature setting in a container provided that such request is also accompanied with a signed Letter of
Indemnity to the Carrier. Upon confirmation by Carrier to provide such service, a service fee of US$150 per container will
be assessed in addition to all other related costs incurred by Carrier to perform the service which includes but not limited
to re-handling of container, lift on and lift off service.
RULE 44 - Fuel and Accessorial Charges/Surcharges
Rates will be subject to fuel and other accessorial charges/ surcharge in effect at time of shipment

RULE 45 - Payment Elsewhere Fee
OOCL IA
Unless otherwise stated in a specific rule and/or rate filing, Carrier may allow payment of freight and/or charges to be
paid anywhere other than the shipment origin and destination countries shown on Bills of Lading but still within the
scope of this tariff, or any country outside the scope of this tariff only with prior approval by the Carrier.

Should the payment party request for this payment option, the following Payment Elsewhere Fee shall apply based on
payment location in addition to the BL freight and charges.

Note: this rule does not apply for (1) payment of PRC origin cargo in Hong Kong or (2) payment of Hong Kong or
Macau origin cargo in PRC
 Payment Location                             Fee per BL
Hong Kong/PRC                                 HKD 500/RMB 500
Singapore                                     SGD 100
Pakistan                                      5% of BL amount
United Kingdom                                BP 50
Ireland                                       EURO 50
Malaysia                                       MYR 200 - Effective March 1, 2011




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                                                                                                              Effective Aug 13, 2010
                                                                                                                Correction No. 1008
                                CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                           Tariff No.1
                    All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 46 - Misdeclaration of Cargo - OOCL IA - Effective August 13, 2010.

A. Shipper warrants that all documents and other information provided to the Carrier by the Shipper or its agents, which
may affect the applicable freight or other charges, are accurate. Carrier, at its discretion, may appoint a sworn measurer
to open any container packed by or on behalf of the shipper in order to verify the commodity description, cargo nature,
cargo weight, cargo measurement and/or piece count as declared by the shipper to be contained therein and the
shipper's compliance with the carrier's tariff rules and rates.

Carrier shall have no responsibility or liability for any loss of or damage to the goods or delay in their shipment or delivery
arising out of or resulting from such verification, whether or not such information has been correctly stated by the
shipper. The container will be re-sealed with the carrier's seal and a notification of such inspection shown on the Bill of
Lading or by other notification to the shipper.

The shipper, whose cargo upon inspection by the sworn measurer or local customs is found to have been incorrectly
described, weighed, measured, and/or counted, shall be responsible for re-rating of any freight and charges due. Any
expense incurred for the inspection shall be for the account of cargo. In addition, an administration fee of US$500 per
container for container with cargo commodity mis-declared, cargo weight either under-declared or over-declared by the
shipper by 2 tons or more than the actual cargo weight shall be billed to account of cargo. All additional charges and fees
must be paid prior to the release of cargo, irrespective of whether the inspection is performed at origin or at destination.

If the inspection is performed at Consignee's premises and the consignee interferes, obstructs, or refuses to permit such
inspection, the Shipper shall be required to pay liquidated damages in lieu of all other charges named herein, based on
the greater of:

i. The applicable cargo NOS rate, at the declared weight, measure or piece count; or
ii. US$2,000.00, in addition to all other charges declared by the shipper, but not verified by the Carrier.

 B. If the shipper does not agree with the findings of sworn measurer at origin, the shipper may request that an
inspection at destination be performed by a sworn measurer. If an inspection results in the shipper owing no additional
freight or charges, the cost of the inspection shall be for the account of the Carrier and any freight due bills, liquidated
damages or inspection fees previously assessed on the shipment will be cancelled or if paid, refunded. If such an
inspection confirms in whole or part the findings of the inspector at origin, the shipper will be responsible for additional
freight due, administration fee if applicable Carrier and any freight due bills, liquidated damages or inspection fees
previously assessed on the applicable and liquidated damages based on the destination certified inspector certificate. In
addition, the shipper will also be required to pay inspection charges incurred at both origin and destination on the
shipment.

C. To ensure the accuracy of the description and measurements declared by the Shipper, and to ensure that the
provisions of this tariff and any service contracts are strictly adhered to, the Carrier may request documentation
necessary to verify compliance, including but not limited to invoices, Customs documentation, freight bills, underlying
bills of lading, and arrival notices. Said requests shall be made within one year after the shipment date. Shipper or
consignee shall provide documentation requested within thirty (30)days of the request. If the request is made prior to the
release of cargo to the consignee, the Carrier shall not release the cargo until the documentation is provided. If a
misdescription or misdeclaration is found as a result of this inquiry, the cargo interests shall be liable to pay (a) the
additional applicable tariff or contract freight and charges due on such cargo as rated correctly, which shall be payable
by any party liable for payment of the freight and charges; and (b) an additional amount equal to the full amount of all
tariff or contract freight and charges due on the cargo as rated correctly, which shall be paid by the party responsible for
the misdescription or misdeclaration. This rerating charge shall be applied separately for each misdescription or
misdeclaration on a shipment. For example, if the shipper misdescribes the commodity and also misdeclares the weight
or measure of the cargo on the same shipment, the rerating charge would apply twice for that shipment. If documentation
is not provided within the thirty (30) days as requested, the Carrier may conclude that a misdescription or misdeclaration
has occurred and apply the above additional charges. If a shipment is found to be misdeclared prior to release, the cargo
shall not be released to the consignee until the applicable tariff or contract freight and charges referred to in (a) and (b)
above, along with any demurrage charges that might be due, have been paid in full.




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                                                                                                    3rd Revised Page 14
                                                                                                    Effective Feb 4, 2011
                                                                                                     Correction No. 1079
                              CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                         Tariff No.1
                  All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 46 - Misdeclaration of Cargo - OOCL IA - Effective August 13, 2010.(Continued)
 D. A consignee presenting a bill of lading to the carrier to claim delivery of cargo shall have an affirmative
duty to verify cargo descriptions on that B/L and to notify the carrier of any discrepancy. The presentation of
a B/L and the taking of delivery of the cargo constitutes a warranty by the consignee that it has compared the
cargo description on the carrier's B/L with the import declaration and any other relevant commercial
documents available to the consignee (including but not limited to sales agreements, purchase orders, and
letters of credit) and that the description of the cargo in those documents is consistent with the B/L
description. In the event that (a) the cargo is found to have been misdescribed on the ocean B/L and (b) the
consignee failed to disclose to the carrier the particulars of discrepancy in the cargo descriptions as
evidenced by the documentation referred to above, the consignee shall be liable for the rerating charge
specified in subparagraph F of this rule, whether or not the consignee is affiliated with the shipper of the
cargo or is acting as delivery or other agent for the shipper. It shall be a defense to liability for the rerating
charge if the consignee demonstrates that it reviewed the documentation prior to cargo release and there
was no discrepancy between the cargo description in the B/L on the one hand and, on the other hand, the
import declaration and other commercial documents available to the consignee.

E. In the event that misdescription of cargo is found to fall within the following situations, either by means of
physical cargo inspection by Carrier; by evidence of other supporting documents or by change of declaration
from shipper when cargo is in Carrier's custody: - From general cargo (GC) to hazardous cargo (DG) either
in dry or
refrigerated stowage, Changes of hazardous cargo description such as, but not limited to change of class;
UN; packing group; technical name or concentration percentage.

Shipper shall be liable for the following additional payment prior to the release of cargo:

1. Difference in freight and charges between the actual cargo description and the originally declared
description.
2. An additional liquidated damage to the Carrier at US$2000 per container.
3. If physical inspection is performed, all costs associated with physical inspection plus an administrative fee
of $75 per container. Shipper shall further indemnify and hold Carrier harmless from and against all loss,
damage, expense, actions and claims for injury to or death of persons and damage to property arising out of
such misdescription.

F. When cargo is found to have undergone fumigation without proper aeration and missing warning sign
affixed to the container pursuant to IMO requirements, a misdeclaration fee of US$200 per container will be
assessed.

RULE 47 - Vancouver Gateway Infrastructure Charge
Effective: January 4, 2011 for all origins except PRC
PRC Effective February 1,2011
All charges and additional administration fees in connection with the Vancouver Gateway Infrastructure
Charge, and as it may be modified from time to time, will be
assessed against the cargo and will be for the account of the cargo unless otherwise noted.)


RULE 48 - Switch BL Fee
OOCL IA Effective March 1, 2011
At Malaysia: At shipper’s request, Carrier may perform a switch Bill of Lading service at a fee of MYR
500/set.
This service will only be provided only if the final Bill of Lading issued also satisfies all governing rules and
regulations for the shipment.
This fee applies on top of the existing Documentation Fee and is payable by the shipper to prior to release of
Bills of Lading.

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                                                                                                             1 Revised Page 15
                                                                                                          Effective Aug 15, 2011
                                                                                                            Correction No. 1137
                                CANADA TRANSPACIFIC STABILIZATION AGREEMENT
                                                           Tariff No.1
                    All rates shown in this tariff are in U.S. dollars unless otherwise specifically noted.

RULE 49 - Withdrawal of Export Shipment - OOCL IA - Effective April 1, 2011


In the event that shipper delivers an empty or a loaded container to the carrier, but subsequently cancels the
shipment prior to vessel's departure, Shipper shall be subject to the applicable free time and charges as
specified in this tariff, all associated out of pocket cost incurred by the Carrier, including but not limited to
any applicable drayage if Carrier haulage is provided, plus an administration fee of $75 per booking.


RULE 50 - Customs Clearance and Inspection Fee Rule of Inward Containers - OOCL IA - Effective: August 15, 2011

A. When cargo in containers, whether for delivery at CY or CFS, is required to undergo inspection by Canada Customs, Food
& Drug or other such duly authorized government agencies, such inspections shall be at the risk and expense of the cargo. A
cargo inspection handling fee of $75 per Bill of Lading for cargo in the container which incurs a regulatory hold will be
applicable on top top of all expenses paid by or billed through the carrier for these inspections shall be charged to the cargo ,
including but limited to, the following:
(1) Any effort necessary to expose cargo for inspection at the carrier's CY, on an actual cost basis.
(2) Any movement of the container from the CY to the place of inspection, plus unstuffing and restuffing the cargo from and to
the container, plus returning the container from the place of inspection to the CY or CFS, or any portion of these functions, as
required, on an actual cost basis. All drayage, gate, terminal charges (including unstuffing from container and restuffing into
container) in connection with duly authorized government agency inspection of CFS delivery cargo at Canadian West Coast port,
will be settled by ordered specific cargo owner or shared by specific Cargo owners per revenue ton of each bill of lading cargo
portion, when Canada Customs orders on particular shipment(s) or Bill of Lading number(s) for cargo inspection. If Canada
customs orders on container number, the charges will be accessed per revenue ton of each bill of lading cargo portion within the
container proportioned against the total revenue tons within the container.
When a CY delivery container is being moved from its last CY interchange to an off-site for Customs and/or other regulatory entity
clearance and inspection, counting of demurrage free time shall be ended when the container is gated out and detention free time
shall start immediately after that.
 (3) Any detention of the carrier's container and rental of the carrier's chassis, if utilized, as specified  in this tariff.
 (4) Any demurrage as specified in this tariff.
 (5) Any discharge of cargo into public storage
 (6) Any other service rendered on behalf of the cargo by the carrier, such as, but not limited to, effecting partial delivery of the
Bill of Lading quantity of cargo under the following Exception:
EXCEPTION: Carrier may at its option, effect partial delivery of cargo subject to government inspection under this rule when the
governmental inspector involved officially direct or permit such partial delivery, provided carriers retain evidence of such official
direction or permission in their records available for inspection.

 For MLB or IPI cargo via Vancouver Only:
A carrier may perform the following:
1) Upon written request from consignee, deliver the container to the location where the Food and Drug will conduct the clearance,
unstuff the cargo and dray the container back to carrier's CY.
2) Once the inspection is finished and Food & Drug has given the clearance, consignee will request in writing to the carrier for a
new container to be drayed to the same warehouse, stuffs the cargo and continue the journey to final place of destination. All
expenses incurred above are for the account of consignee or its agents.
 No substitution of cargo is allowed between the time shipment is delivered to the warehouse and time shipment is on the onward
journey to final destination.
Consignee or its agent have the sole responsibility for the cargo under the aforementioned circumstances, including formalities
and requirements of relevant Canadian Government Agencies.
 The container free time basis will be counted in two stages:
 1) From the moment the container is delivered from the carrier's CY to the warehouse where the inspection is to be conducted
and up to the day the container is delivered back to carrier's CY.
 2) The second request for the container, counted from the moment the container leaves the carrier's CY to be stuffed and
delivered back to carrier's CY for onward journey.
 A. For MLB or IPI cargo via Vancouver only:
The remaining free time shall be counted as 1) plus 2) minus the total free time allowed.
The above provisions are not applicable for cargo destined to Vancouver deliveries.


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