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					                                       CANCELLATION SUPPLEMENT
Supplement No. 15                                                                Supplement No. 15
Contains All Changes                  ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.                   Cancels
FREIGHT TARIFF NO. 312                                                          Supplement No. 14




                                  ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.

                                   Lynden Transport, Inc.


                                    Supplement No. 15 to:
                                   Freight Tariff No. 312

                                     In Connection With

                                   Participating Carrier
                              (Listed In Tariff STB AKMR 100)

                                           NAMING:

                         Joint Class and Commodity Motor-Water Rates

                                          BETWEEN:

                                         Seattle, WA

                                            AND:

                                Point in the State of Alaska
                                  (As Shown on Page No. 21)

                      For Governing Publications, See Item No. 100



                                          CANCELLATION



Supplement No. 14 is hereby cancelled in its entirety.




      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 15, 2011                                               EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:    DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124              5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                              Supplement Page No. 1
TARIFF NO. STB AKMR 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                  Original Title Page



                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.

                                       LYNDEN TRANSPORT, INC


                                  FREIGHT TARIFF NO. AKMR 312
                                       IN CONNECTION WITH

                                     Participating Carriers
                            (Listed in Tariff STB AKMR 100, Series)

                                              NAMING

                                    Joint Class and Commodity
                                         Motor-Water Rates

                                             BETWEEN

                                        Points in Washington
                                       (As Shown on Page 21)

                                               AND

                                 Points in the State of Alaska
                                     (As Shown on Page 21)


                           For Governing Publications, See Item 100




      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                          ISSUED BY:   BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124             5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                         Title Page
TARIFF NO. 312
                                        ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                         82nd Revised Page 1


                                                CHECK SHEET:
Title Page, Pages 1 through 104 and Last Page, inclusive, of this Tariff are effective
as of the effective date of this page. Revised pages, as named below, contain all
changes.
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Effective Supplement(s):    Supplement No. 15.
          For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 18, 2011                                                     EFFECTIVE: March 21, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:    DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                 5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

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TARIFF NO. 312
                                                  ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                                      Original Page 2


                                                      TABLE OF CONTENTS
                                         NOTE:   The hyphen (-) indicates “through”

SUBJECT:                                                                              ITEM NO.        PAGE NO.


-A-

Abbreviations           ....................................................            ---           Last Page

-C-

Check Sheet .......................................................                     ---                 1

-G-

Governing Publications          ...........................................             100                 22

-I-

Index of Articles          ................................................             ---            4 – 20

-P-

Points Served           ....................................................            ---                 21

-R-

Rates:

      Section   1   –   Class Rates .......................................              ---           23 – 24
      Section   2   –   Northbound Commodity ..............................           2021–2973        25 – 80
      Section   3   –   Northbound (Freeze) Commodity .....................           3000–3050        81 – 83
      Section   4   –   Northbound (Chill) Commodity ......................           4000–4050        84 – 85
      Section   5   –   Northbound Proportional Commodity .................              ---             86
      Section   6   –   Through Northbound Commodity ......................              ---             87
      Section   7   –   Southbound Commodity ..............................           7010-7820        88 – 99
      Section   8   –   Southbound (Freeze) Commodity .....................           8000-8050       100 – 104

Reference Marks          ..................................................             ---           Last Page

-S-

Symbols ...........................................................                     ---           Last Page




            For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:     March 5, 2002                                                              EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                           ISSUED BY:              BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                               5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

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TARIFF NO. 312
                                      ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          Original Page 3

                                  EXPLANATION of INDEX of ARTICLES

                   The plan and use of the Index of Articles is as explained below:

   (1)    Item numbers 1005 through 1033 are Commodity Description Groups as Listed in
          Tariff No. STB AKMR 100, series.

      Commodity:                                 Refer to Item(s):

      Auto/Motorcycle/Marine/Machine Parts       1005, 2056

      Building Materials                         1008, 2126

      Department Store Merchandise               1013, 2285

      Electrical Equipment                       1015, 2310

      Fertilizers and Feed                       1016, 2350

      Groceries and Foodstuffs                   1019, 2401

      Hardware                                   1020, 2530

      Iron or Steel Articles                     1021, 2574, 2581

      Machinery                                  1025, 2686, 2690, 7460, 7465

      Office Supplies                            1026, 2718

      Paint/Varnishes/Lacquers/Other Articles    1023, 2721

      Paper and Paper Articles                   1027, 2742

      Roofing and Siding                         1031, 2826

      Wallboard                                  1033, 2973




      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5 ,2002                                                 EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                          ISSUED BY:    BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124              5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
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TARIFF NO. 312
                                     ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                      Original Page 4
                                         INDEX OF ARTICLES
             For Which Commodity Rates and Exceptions Ratings are Named in This Tariff.

COMMODITY:                            ITEM NO.:   COMMODITY:                          ITEM NO.:


A                                                 B

Acids, NOS ............................ 2180      Backboards, Telephone ..............1015, 2310
Adhesives, NOI ............................       Backhoes, As Desc ............1025, 2686, 7460
 ............... 1013, 1020, 1026, 2530, 2721     Bags or Plastic Film .........................
Advertising Matter ........ 1013, 1027, 2742       ........................1019, 1027, 2401, 2742
Agents, Air Entraining ................ 2175      Bags, Paper or Plastic .......................
Air Conditioners ................ 1005, 2056       ........... 1019, 1020, 1027, 2401, 2530, 2742
Air Freshener ................... 1019, 2401      Bakery Goods, NOS ..................1019, 2401
Air Heaters/Coolers ................... 2028      Baking Powder or Soda ..............1019, 2401
Air Refresher ................... 1019, 2401      Ballasts, Lamp ................... 1015, 2310
Airplanes, Salvage .................... 7010      Ballroot, Evergreen and
Ale ................................... 2630       Deciduous Trees ......... 1016, 2350, 4050
Alfalfa, Chopped ................ 1016, 2350      Balls, Absorbant Cotton or Synthetic
Aluminum extrusions, As Desc .......... 2133       Fiber ......................... 1019, 2401
Ambulances ...................... 2945, 7820      Balls, Grinding ........... 1025, 2686, 7460
Ammonia, Cleaning ............... 1019, 2401      Bands, Elastic ................. 1026, 2718
Ammonium Phosphate .............. 1016, 2350      Bar, As Desc ....... 1008, 1021, 2126, 2574
Ammonium Sulphate ............... 1016, 2350      Bark, NOI ...................... 1016, 2350
Ammunition, Small Arms .......... 1020, 2530      Barley, Pearled ................ 1019, 2401
Angles, Bars, Channels, Plate ... 1021, 2574      Barrels or Drums, Empty .............. 7100
Anhydrous Sodium Carbonate ............ 2175
Anti-Freeze, Proprietary 1020, 2203, 2530         Barrows, Carts, Trucks or Wagons,
Antiques or Antique Reproductions ..... 2021         Hand NOI .................... 1020,    2530
Apparatus, Equipment or Outfits, As               Bars, Commutator ............... 1015,    2310
 Desc ................................. 2945      Bars, Drilling Machine ... 1025, 2686,    7460
Appliances, As Desc ................... 2028      Bars, Hopper, Mining ..... 1025, 2686,    7460
Arches, Floor or Roof ................. 2126      Bases, Structural .............. 1021,    2581
Arches, Wooden, Laminated ............. 2812      Batteries or Cells, As Desc .... 1015,    2310
Arm Rests ....................... 1005, 2056      Batteries, Electric Storage ..........    2903
Armatures ....................... 1015, 2310      Beams, As Desc ..... 1021, 2574, 2812,    2903
Art, original works ................... 2035      Bean Dip or Paste .............. 1019,    2401
Aspenite (Particle Board) ....... 1008, 2126      Beans, Dried ................... 1019,    2401
Asphalt, As Desc .......... 1008, 2126, 2042      Bearing or Bushings ............ 1020,    2530
Asphalt, bulk ......................... 2043      Bearings, Shaft, As Desc . 1025, 2686,    7460
Automobile Parts or Accessories, As               Beer and Beer Tonic ..................    2630
 Desc ..................... 1005, 2056, 7030      Beat Pulp, Dry ................. 1016,    2350
Automobiles ........................... 2959      Belting, As Desc ......... 1025, 2686,    7460
                                                  Belts or Belting, NOI ........... 1005,   2056
                                                  Bentonite (Colloidal Clay), As
                                                     Desc .................. 1016, 2350,    2175
                                                  Beverage Stirrers, Plastic ..... 1027,    2742



                                                       Continued on Next Page

    For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                              EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                         ISSUED BY:     BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124             5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                      Page No. 4
TARIFF NO. 312
                                  ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                 Original Page 5
                                      INDEX OF ARTICLES
          For Which Commodity Rates and Exceptions Ratings are Named in This Tariff.
COMMODITY:                          ITEM NO.:   COMMODITY:                         ITEM NO.:

B     (Continued)                               B

Beverages or Beverage Preparations .........    Braces, Bracing, Brackets or Forms, As
 ..................... 1019, 2380, 2401, 2630      Desc ........................ 1021, 2574
Bicycles, Bicycle Parts ................ 2077   Brakes, Drums/Shoes or parts ... 1005, 2056
Binders, As Desc ........... 1026, 1027, 2742   Bran ........................... 1016, 2350
 ...........................................    Brass, Bronze or Copper, As Desc ..........
Biscuits, Feed, As Desc ......... 1016, 2350     ................................ 1020, 2530
Blackboards ..................... 1026, 2718    Breads, Canned ................. 1019, 2401
Blades, Scraper, Snow Plow, As Desc .......     Bricks ............................... 2112
 ............... 1021, 1025, 2574, 2686, 7460   Bridge Sections, As Described ........ 2116
Blasting Agent ........................ 2179    Brief Cases .................... 1026, 2718
Blocks ................................ 2112    Briquettes, Charcoal ...... 1013, 1019, 2401
Blotting Covers ..... 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742    Brooms, Brushes or Mops, As Desc ..........
Bluing, Laundry ................. 1019, 2401     .................... 1019, 1020, 2401, 2530
Board Artistic .................. 1026, 2718    Brushes, Paint .................. 1023, 2721
Board, Sound Deadening .......... 1033, 2973    Bucket Teeth, Machinery ... 1025, 2686, 7460
Board or Sheets, Ground Wood, As Desc .....     Building Construction Sections, As Desc ...
 .......................... 1008, 2621, 2651     .......................... 1021, 2119, 2581
Boards, Running ................. 1005, 2056    Building Metal Works Group, As Desc ......
Boats ................................. 2098     ................................ 1008, 2126
Boiler Group, As Desc ................. 2028    Building Material, Mixed Loads .. 1008, 2126
Bolts I/S ........... 1008, 1021, 2126, 2574    Building Woodwork ......... 1008, 2126, 2133
Bookcases ....................... 1026, 2718    Building Woodwork Group, As Desc ...... 2133
Books, As Desc .................. 1026, 2804    Buildings, Wooden, Metal SU ........... 2121
Borax ........................... 1019, 2401    Buildings, Wooden, KD ................. 2119
Bottles, Beverage, used ......... 7080, 7100    Bulgar Wheat Pilaf .............. 1019, 2401
Boxes, Cooling or Freezing ............ 2028    Bumpers, NOI or Bumper Fittings . 1005, 2056
Boxes, Electrical, As Desc ...... 1015, 2310    Bus Bar or Bus Bar Systems, As Desc .......
Boxes, Fibreboard, Paper ........ 1027, 2109     ................................ 1015, 2310
Boxes, Fibreboard, Paper or Paperboard,         Butter or Butter Substitutes .... 1019, 2401
   used, scrap ........................ 7565
Boxes, Household Shipping ............. 2111
Boxes, I/S ...................... 1021, 2574
Boxes, Plant, As Desc ........... 1016, 2350
Boxes, Plastic ....................... 2104
Boxes, Signal ................... 1015, 2310
Boxes, Splice or Outlet ......... 1015, 2310
Boxes, Switch or Conduit or Covers ........
 ................................ 1015, 2310
Boxes, Wooden ......................... 2110




                                                Continued on Next Page

    For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 5, 2002                                     EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                       ISSUED BY: BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124       5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
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TARIFF NO. 312
                                      ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          Original Page 6
                                           INDEX OF ARTICLES
               For Which Commodity Rates and Exception Ratings are Named in This Tariff.

COMMODITY:                             ITEM NO.:    COMMODITY:                            ITEM NO.:

C

Cabinets ......................1008, 2126, 2455     Carriers, Shipping, As Desc........ 7100, 7140
Cabinets or Parts, As Desc ....................     Cars, Mining ................. 1025, 2686, 7460
....................................1026, 2718      Cartons or Boxes, Used, Strapped in
Cabinets, Tool ......................1020, 2530        Bundles ............................... 7100
..............................................      Carvings ................................. 2035
Cable Assemblies or Harnesses, Electrical           Cases or Covers, Condenser or Capacitor,
   Wiring ...........................1015, 2310        As Desc ......................... 1015, 2310
Cable Clamps or Joints ..............1015, 2310     Cast Cellular Gypsum, As Desc...... 1033, 2973
Cable Racks, Race-Way or Trays, As Desc             Cast Iron Pipe ........................... 2600
   .................................1015, 2310      Castings, As Desc ............................
Cable Terminals, Meter Sockets, Junction ......        .............. 1021, 1025, 2574, 2686, 7460
....................................1015, 2310      Catalogs or Circulars, NOI .............. 2804
Cable, Electric, As Desc ............1015, 2310     Catch Basins, Catch Basin Covers or Sewer
Cable, Battery, With Terminals Attached .......        Inlets .......................... 1021, 2574
....................................1005, 2056      Catsup ............................. 1019, 2401
Cake or Muffin Preparations .........1019, 2401     CD Players, Automotive ............. 1005, 2056
Calcium Bromite ........................... 2180    Cellulose Articles, As Desc.............. 7180
Calcium Carbide ........................... 2180    Cement, As Desc .......................... 2175
Calcium Chloride ..........................2180     Cement, Bulk ............................. 2168
Calcium Hypochlorite ......................2180     Cement, Roofing .................... 1031, 2826
Calcium Silicate, As Desc ...........1033, 2973     Cereals, As Desc ................... 1019, 2401
Calendars, As Desc ............1026, 2718, 2804     Chain, I/S ......................... 1021, 2574
Candles, NOI ........................1019, 2401     Chairs ............................. 1026, 2718
Candy, Chocolate or Confectionery, As               Charcoal, As Desc .................. 1016, 2350
   Desc .............................1019, 2401     Charts, Recording .................. 1026, 2718
Canning Supplies Viz.: Bags, Boxes, Jars            Checks ............................. 1026, 2718
   Lids, Paraffin, Pectin ...........1019, 2401     Cheese, Cheese Dips or Spreads..... 1019, 2401
Canoes .............................2098, 7050      Chemicals, As Desc ..... 2176, 2177, 2178, 2179
Cans, Ash, Garbage, As Desc .........1020, 2530        .......................... 2180, 2203, 2240
Cans, Metal ...................2147, 7080, 7100     Chewing Gum ........................ 1019, 2401
Caps, Dredge, As Desc ........1025, 2686, 7460,     Chili Con Carne, Canned ............ 1019, 2401
Caps, Radiator, Gas Tank or Oil Filter ........     Chimneys, I/S ...................... 2008, 2126
....................................1005, 2056      Chips, Potato, In Cans....... 1019, 2401, 2415
Caps, Tin Roofing ...................1031, 2826     Chips, Potato or Banana, As Desc ............
Carbon Paper ............1026, 1027, 2718, 2742     ............................. 1019, 2401, 2415
Carburetor, Conversion Assemblies and               Chips, Twists or Puffs, As Desc..............
   Manifolds, As Desc ...............1005, 2056        .......................... 1019, 2401, 2415
Cards, As Desc ..........1026, 1027, 2718, 2742     Chocolate Based Mixtures........... 1019, 2401
Cards, Bingo .............................. 2290    Christmas Trees, NOI ......... 1016, 2350, 4050
Carpet .................................... 2266    Cider .............................. 1019, 2401
Carriers or Brackets, Spare Wheel .............     Circuit Breakers or Switches, As Desc........
   .................................1005, 2056         ................................ 1015, 2310
                                                    Circuit Breakers or Switches ....... 1005, 2056
                                                    Circulars ................................ 2804

                                                         Continued on Next Page


       For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                   EFFECTIVE:   March 6, 2002
                          ISSUED BY:    BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124              5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA     98106

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TARIFF NO. 312
                                       ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                           Original Page 7
                                           INDEX OF ARTICLES
               For Which Commodity Rates and Exceptions Ratings are Named in This Tariff.

COMMODITY:                              ITEM NO.:    COMMODITY:                            ITEM NO.:

C (Continued)

Clamps, Ground ......................1015, 2310      Compounds, Viz.:
Clams, Frozen ............................. 8020
Clay, As Desc ............................. 2175     Ammonia ............................ 1019, 2401
Cleaners, Air ............................. 2028     Asphalt or Tar ........................... 2763
Clips, Hub Cap, As Desc .............1005, 2056      Buffing, As Desc .............................
Clothes Pins ........................1019, 2401      ....................... 1019, 1020, 2401, 2530
Cloths, Wiping ......................1020, 2530      Caulking/Glazing ....... 1008, 1023, 2126, 2721
Clutches, Tractor ...................1005, 2530      Cleaning .....................................
Coal, Fuel ................................ 2445     ....................... 1019, 1020, 2401, 2530
Coatings, Asphalt .............1008, 2126, 2042      Crude Petroleum Treating ................. 2763
Cocks, I/S ..........................1021, 2574      Emulsifying ........................ 1019, 2401
Cocktail Mix ........................1019, 2401      Fertilizing, As Desc ............... 1016, 2350
Cocoa or Cocoa Mixtures .............1019, 2401      Flavoring .......................... 1019, 2401
Coconut, Prepared ...................1019, 2401      Floor Sweeping ..................... 1019, 2401
Coffee or Coffee Substitutes ........1019, 2401      Food Curing ........................ 1019, 2401
Collars, Drill ................1025, 2686, 7460      Ice Melting .............................. 2180
Color, Mortar or Paint ..............1023, 2721      Lard ............................... 1019, 2401
Coloring, Confectioners or Foodstuff, NOI            Paint Thinning, Removing, Reducing...........
....................................1019, 2401       ................................... 1023, 2721
Columns, I/S ..................1021, 2574, 2581      Pipe, Drain, Oven, Bowl or Septic Tank
Compactors, Refuse ........................2028      ................................... 1019, 2401
                                                     Plasterboard Joint ................. 1023, 2721
                                                     Polishing, As Desc ...........................
                                                     ....................... 1019, 1020, 2401, 2530
                                                     Preserving ......................... 1019, 2401
                                                     Proprietary De-Icing ..................... 2203
                                                     Rust or Soot Removing .............. 1019, 2401
                                                     Scouring ............... 1019, 1020, 2401, 2530
                                                     Seasoning .......................... 1019, 2401
                                                     Soybean Milk ....................... 1019, 2401
                                                     Sweetening ......................... 1019, 2401
                                                     Washing ................ 1019, 1020, 2401, 2530
                                                     Water Absorption or Anti-Icing........... 2203
                                                     Water Clarifying, Hardening, Purifying,
                                                        Softening ....................... 1019, 2401
                                                     Waterproofing, As Desc .......................
                                                     ....................... 1023, 1031, 2721, 2826
                                                     Weed Killing, NOI .................. 1016, 2350
                                                     Well Drilling ............................ 2175




                                                     Continued on Next Page


       For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                  EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                          ISSUED BY:     BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124               5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

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TARIFF NO. 312
                                  ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                  Original Page 8
                                      INDEX OF ARTICLES
          For Which Commodity Rates and Exceptions Ratings are Named in This Tariff.
COMMODITY:                          ITEM NO.:   COMMODITY:                         ITEM NO.:

C (Continued)                                   D

Compensators ..................... 1015, 2310   Decorations, Cake or Dessert ..... 1019, 2401
Compressors, Air ...........................    Decorations, As Desc ................... 2035
 ............... 1020, 1025, 2530, 2686, 7460   Deodorants or Disinfectants, As Desc .......
Condensers or Parts ........................     ................................. 1019, 2401
 ..................... 1005, 1015, 2056, 2310    ...........................................
Conduits, As Desc ..........................    Derricks, As Desc .......... 1025, 2686, 7460
 ......... 1015, 1020, 1021, 2310, 2530, 2574   Desks ............................ 1026, 2718
 ...........................................    Desserts or Dessert Preparations ...........
Containers, Refuse, Salvage or Waste, As
                                                 ................................. 1019, 2401
   Desc ................................ 2250
Contractors outfits, As Desc ........... 2720
                                                Devices, Filtering/Cleaning, Cartridges ....
Controllers, As Desc .......................     ..................... 1005, 1020, 2056, 2350
 ............... 1015, 1025, 2310, 2686, 7460    ...........................................
Conveyors, Ore, KD ......... 1025, 2686, 7460   Devices, Smog Control ............ 1005, 2056
 ...........................................    Diapers or Bedding Pads .......... 1027, 2742
Coolers, Air ........................... 2028   Diesel Oil ............................. 2763
Cordage Group, As Desc ........... 1020, 2530   Dip, Prepared Foods .............. 1019, 2401
Cords, Power Supply .............. 1015, 2310   Directories ............................ 2804
Cores or Tubes ................... 1026, 2718   Disc, Road Grader .......... 1025, 2686, 7460
Cork Sheets and Blocks ........... 1008, 2126   Dishes/Plates/Trays, paper, pulpboard ......
Corners, Plyedge ................. 1008, 2126    ..................... 1019, 1027, 2401, 2782
 ...........................................    Dishwashing Machines ................... 2028
Couplings, Conduit ............... 1015, 2310   Disposals, Garbage ..................... 2028
Couplings, Pipe, Rubber .......... 1021, 2574   Divers Outfits, As Desc .......... 1024, 2720
Covers, As Desc ...... 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742   Dividers, Room ................... 1026, 2718
Covers, Cans, Cases, Frames,                    Doilies .......................... 1027, 2742
   Transformers, Sheet Steel ..... 1015, 2310   Doilies ................................ 2700
Covers, Hood, Radiator, Seat, Tire, Top,        Doors ...................... 1008, 2126, 2133
   As Desc ....................... 1005, 2056   Dowels ........................... 1008, 2126
Coverings, Floor ....................... 2266
                                                Dredges, KD ................ 1025, 2686, 7460
Coverings, Wall .................. 1008, 2126
Crab, Frozen ........................... 8020
                                                Dressings, Shoe .................. 1019, 2401
Crab Pots .............................. 2270   Dressings, Salad ................. 1019, 2401
Cranes, As Desc ............ 1025, 2686, 7460   Drills, As Desc ............ 1025, 2686, 7460
Cream of Tarter .................. 1019, 2401   Driveshafts, As Desc ............. 1005, 2056
Cross Arms or Cross Arm Braces ......... 2658   Drops, Cough or Breath Fresh ..... 1019, 2401
Crushers, Stone, As Desc ... 1025, 2686, 7460   Drums, Winch ............... 1025, 2686, 7460
Culvert Pipe, As Desc .................. 2601   Drying Machines ........................ 2098
Cups, Baking or Drinking, Paper, Nested ....    Ductile Iron Pipe ...................... 2600
 ..................... 1019, 1027, 2401, 2742
Cups, Plastic Drinking, Expanded, Nested ..
 ................................. 1027, 2742
Cutting Edges, Grader I/S .. 1025, 2686, 7460        Continued on Next Page
Cylinders or Drums, Steel empty ........ 7140


 For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 5, 2002                                     EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                       ISSUED BY: BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124       5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
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                                      INDEX OF ARTICLES
          For Which Commodity Rates and Exceptions Ratings are Named in This Tariff.
COMMODITY:                          ITEM NO.:   COMMODITY:                         ITEM NO.:

    (Continued)

E                                               F

Earth, Diatomaceous .............. 1033, 2973   Filler, Loose Leaf Book ...................
Earth, Infusorial, As Desc ....... 1033, 2973    .................... 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742
Egg Case Fillers or Flats ........ 1027, 2742   Fillings, Prepared .............. 1019, 2401
Eggs, Dried or Desiccated ........ 1019, 2401   Film, Plastic, As Desc ....................
Electrical Equipment, As Desc ..............     .................... 1008, 1020, 2126, 2530
    ........................ 1015, 2301, 2310   Filters, As Desc ................ 1005, 2056
Electrical Equipment Automotive .. 1005, 2056   Fire Clay ............................. 2175
Electrical Light Fixture Group ......... 2332   Fire Extinguishers .. 1020, 2365, 2530, 7140
Electrical Wiring, Cable ............... 2340   Fire Fighters Outfits, As Desc .. 1024, 2720
Electrodes, As Desc .............. 1015, 2310   Firearms, NOI ................... 1020, 2530
Elements, Heating ................ 1015, 2310   Firewood .............................. 2658
Embossers, As Desc ............... 1026, 2718   Fish, Viz:
Emigrant Moveables ............... 2539, 7360        Bait, As Desc .............. 3050, 8000
Engines, Internal Combustion, NOI ..........         Blackcod, Frozen ................. 8035
 ................................. 1005, 2056        Bottom, Frozen ................... 8045
Envelopes ............ 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742        Canned or Preserved/Dried .. 1019, 2401
Erasers .......................... 1026, 2718        Eggs, Frozen ..................... 8040
Evergreen Trees .................. 2350, 4050         .....................................
Evergreens, As Desc ........ 1016, 2350, 4050         .....................................
Excavators, Drag Line ...... 1025, 2686, 7460        Halibut, Frozen .................. 8030
Exhaust Pots or Mufflers, As Desc ..........         Herring, Frozen .................. 8050
 ................................. 1005, 2056        Salmon, Canned ................... 7305
Explosives, As Desc .................... 2179        Salmon, Frozen ................... 8010
Extracts, Flavoring, Sweetening or                   Shellfish, Frozen .......... 8020, 8025
   Seasoning ..................... 1019, 2401        Shellfish, Fish, Canned .......... 7300
Eye Bolts or Insulator Pins ...... 1015, 2310         .....................................
                                                Fish meal ............................. 7310
                                                Fishing Gear .......................... 2505
F                                               Fittings, As Desc ............... 1021, 2574
                                                Fittings, Electric and Conduit, As Desc ...
Fans, Electric, Exhaust or Ventilating .....     ................................ 1015, 2310
 ................................. 1015, 2310   Fixtures, Lighting .............. 1020, 2530
Fans, Engine Cooling, As Desc .... 1005, 2056   Flashing ........................ 1020, 2530
Fasteners, License plate ......... 1005, 2056   Flashing, Steel or Aluminum ..... 1008, 2126
Fat, Anhydrous ................... 1019, 2401   Flashlights ..................... 1020, 2530
Feed, As Desc .............. 1016, 2350, 3050   Floor Covering, As Desc ............... 2266
Feeders, As Desc ........... 1025, 2686, 7460   Flooring, Structural, As Desc ... 1021, 2572
Felt, Roofing ........ 1008, 2128, 1031, 2826
Fence Material, I/S .. 1008, 2126, 1021, 2574
Fencing/Netting, poultry ......... 1020, 2530
Ferrite-Ceramic Articles, NOI .... 1015, 2310
Fertilizers, As Desc ............. 1016, 2350        Continued on Next Page


    For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 5, 2002                                     EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                       ISSUED BY: BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124       5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
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                                      INDEX OF ARTICLES
          For Which Commodity Rates and Exceptions Ratings are Named in This Tariff.
COMMODITY:                           ITEM NO.:     COMMODITY:                          ITEM NO.:

F    (Continued)                                   G

Flour, Grain, Potato, Soybean .......1019, 2401    Gelatin ............................ 1019,   2401
Flowers, Dried ......................1016, 2350    Generators, As Desc .......... 1025, 2686,   7460
Fluid, Brake, Shock Absorber, Hydraulic .......    Germ, Wheat ........................ 1019,   2401
....................................1005, 2056     Girders ...................... 1021, 2574,   2868
Fluid, Correcting ...................1026, 2718    Glass Beads ........................ 1023,   2721
Flux ................................1020, 2530    Glass, As Desc ...........................   2510
Fly Ash ................................... 2175   Glassware, As Desc ................. 1020,   2530
Flying Boats .............................. 7010   Gloves, As Desc .................... 1020,   2530
Foil, Aluminum ......................1019, 2401    Gluten, Nos ........................ 1019,   2401
Foil, As Desc .......................1027, 2742    Glycol, Inhibited ........................   2203
Folders, File ...........1026, 1027, 2718, 2742    Graders, As Desc ............. 1025, 2686,   7460
Food and Foodstuffs, As Desc ..................    Grain, Feed, NOI ................... 1021,   2350
   ...........................1019, 2380, 2401     Grating, As Desc ................... 1021,   2574
Foot Walks, Structural ..............1021, 2581    Gravel ...................................   2175
Forest Slash .............................. 2445   Gravy, Canned ...................... 1019,   2401
Forgings, As Desc ...................1021, 2574    Grease ...................................   2763
Forms, As Desc ..........1026, 1027, 2718, 2742    Groceries, As Desc ................. 1019,   2401
Frames, Aerial Tram Head ......1025, 2686, 7460    Guard Rails, Highway ......... 1021, 2574,   2581
Freight All Kinds .......2420, 3000, 4000, 9400    Guards, Rock ................. 1025, 2686,   7460
Fruit, Canned, Preserved, Dried,                   Guides, Index ...................... 1026,   2718
   Evaporated .......................1019, 2401    Gums, Turpentine ................... 1023,   2721
Fuel, As Desc ............................. 2445   Gutters, I/S ....................... 1008,   2126
Fuel, Briquettes, or Presto Logs ..............    Gypsumboard ..............................   2966
   .................................1019, 2401
Furnaces, house-heating ...................2028
Furniture or Furniture Parts, As Desc .........
   ...............1013, 1026, 2455, 2476, 2718
Furring or Studding, As Desc ........1021, 2574
Fuses, Electrical, As Desc ..........1015, 2310

G

Gangens ................................... 2505
Gauges, As. Desc ....................1005, 2056
Gas, Liquefied Petroleum ......1020, 2497, 2530
Gases, Compressed, in Cylinders ...........2499
Gasoline .................................. 2763
Gear Frame, As Desc .................1005, 2056
Gear, Engine Driving or Steering ..............
 ...................................1005, 2056
Gel Packs ................................. 2203




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ISSUED:    March 5, 2002                                     EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                       ISSUED BY: BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124       5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
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                                      INDEX OF ARTICLES
          For Which Commodity Rates and Exceptions Ratings are Named in This Tariff.
COMMODITY:                          ITEM NO.:   COMMODITY:                          ITEM NO.:

H                                               I

Hand Carts ............................. 2700   Idlers, Bucket ............ 1025, 2686, 7460
Handkerchiefs, Paper ............. 1027, 2742   Ignition Parts, As Desc ......... 1005, 2056
Handles, Window or Door .......... 1005, 2056   Implements, Agricultural, As Desc .........
Hangers, Dredge Suspensions ................     ................................ 1020, 2530
 ........................... 1025, 2686, 7460   Ingots .......................... 1021, 2574
Hangers, NOI ..................... 1021, 2574   Ingredients, Dinner Preparations ..........
Hardboard ........................ 1008, 2126    ................................ 1019, 2401
Hardware, As Desc .... 1008, 1020, 2126, 2530   Inhibited Glycol ...................... 2203
Hash, Canned ..................... 1019, 2401   Ink, Printing ................... 1027, 2742
Hazardous Waste ................... 545, 2535   Insecticides, Inset Repellants or Vermin
Heat Transfer Agent .................... 2203      Exterminators, As Desc . 1019, 2401, 2530
Heaters, Water ......................... 2028   Insecticides Group, As Desc ..... 1019, 2350
Heaters, As Desc ................. 1005, 2056   Inserts, Cup or Dish, Paper, Nested .......
 ...........................................     ................................ 1019, 2401
Herbicides ....................... 1016, 2350   Insulating Boards, Forms or Shapes .... 2791
Hoists, Chain or Pulley .......... 1020, 2530   Insulating Material, As Desc ..............
Hoists, Mine ............... 1025, 2686, 7460    .......................... 1033, 2546, 2973
Holders or Dispensers ............ 1026, 2718   Insulation Board ................ 1008, 2126
Holly, Mistletoe or Holly Wreaths, As ......    Insulation, NOI ................. 1008, 2126
   Desc .................... 1016, 2350, 4050   Insulators, As Desc ............. 1015, 2310
Hominy or Hominy Grits ........... 1019, 2401   Iron or Steel Articles, As Desc ...........
Hoods, Range ........................... 2028    .................... 1021, 2574, 2600, 2601
Hooks, Fishing ......................... 2505   Iron Machines, Laundry ................ 2028
Horseradish, Prepared ............ 1019, 2401   Isopropanol Alcohol ................... 2203
Horses, Scaffolds or Scaffolding, Builder
   or Maintenance .... 1020, 1021, 2530, 2574
Horticultural Articles, As Desc ............
 ................................. 1016, 2350   J
Hose, As Desc ........ 1005, 1020, 2056, 2530
Hot Tubs ......................... 2798, 2875   Jacks or Jack Screws, As Desc ... 1005, 2056
Household Goods, As Desc ......... 2539, 7360   Jams, Jellies or Preserves ...... 1019, 2401
Household Waste ........................ 2176   Jars, Churn Drill or Pulling ..............
Houses, SU ............................. 2121    .......................... 1025, 2686, 7460
Houses or Building, KD, As Desc ............    Jet Skis .............................. 2930
 ........................... 1021, 2119, 2574   Jewelry, Costume ...................... 1013
Hubs, I/S ........................ 1005, 2056   Joists, I/S ............... 1021, 2574, 2868
Hydrants ......................... 1021, 2574   Joists, Wooden ...... 1008, 2126, 2648, 2812
Hydrogen Peroxide ...................... 2180   Juices, Clam, Fruit or Vegetable ..........
                                                 ................................ 1019, 2041




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ISSUED:    March 5, 2002                                     EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                       ISSUED BY: BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124       5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
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                                      INDEX OF ARTICLES
          For Which Commodity Rates and Exceptions Ratings are Named in This Tariff.
COMMODITY:                          ITEM NO.:   COMMODITY:                           ITEM NO.:

K                                               L

Kalsomine ........................ 1023, 2721   Lifters or Stiffeners, Auto Spring ............
Kayaks ................................. 2100    ....................................1005, 2056
Kegs, Beer, Empty ...................... 7100   Lighter Fluid .......................1019, 2401
Kerosene ............................... 2763   Lighters, Cigarette, Automotive .....1005, 2056
King Bolts or King Pins .......... 1005, 2056   Lightning Arresters or Parts ........1015, 2310
Kits, Body Patch, Top Repair, Tire .........    Lime ...................................... 2175
 ................................. 1005, 2056   Lime, Chloride of ...................1019, 2401
Kits, Fuel Pump .................. 1005, 2056   Limestone, As Desc ..................1016, 2350
Kits, Radio Aerial ............... 1005, 2056   Line Traps, As Desc .................1015, 2310
Knives, As Desc .................. 1027, 2742   Liners, Hopper ................1025, 2686, 7460
                                                Lines, Aerial or Dredge, As Desc ..............
                                                 ..............................1025, 2686, 7460
L                                               Lips, Bucket ..................1025, 2686, 7460
                                                Liquids, Bronzing ...................1023, 2721
Labels or Tags ....... 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742   Liquors, As Desc ....................2623, 2630
Lacquer, Liquid .................. 1023, 2721   Litter, Cat .........................1019, 2401
Ladders, As Desc ................. 1020, 2530    ..............................................
Lamps, Lanterns or Lighting Fixtures, As        Log Splitters .......................1020, 2530
   Desc .......................... 1020, 2530   Lubricating Oil ........................... 2763
Lamps, Lenses or Reflectors, Plastic .......    Luggage Carriers or Racks, Automotive .........
 ................................. 1005, 2056    ....................................1005, 2056
Land Plaster (Gypsum) ............ 1016, 2350   Lumber, As Desc ...1008, 2126, 2648, 2651, 2658
Lard, Lard Compounds or Substitutes ........    Lye, Household, As Desc .............1019, 2401
 ................................. 1019, 2401
Lasagna, Canned .................. 1019, 2401
Lath, Wooden ........................... 2658   M
Lathing or Ribbing ............... 1021, 2574
Lattice, Plastic or Vinyl .............. 2133   Macaroni ............................1019, 2401
Lawn Mowers and Sweepers ......... 1020, 2530    ..............................................
Lead, As Desc .................... 1021, 2574   Machinery or Machines, As Desc ................
Lead, Red or White ............... 1023, 2721    ..... 1005, 1025, 1026, 2056, 2686, 2718, 7460
Lead Weights ..................... 1026, 2575   Machines, Dishwashing ..................... 2028
Letter Openers ................... 1026, 2718   Machines, Drying, Washing, Laundry ........ 2028
Levelers, As Desc .......... 1025, 2686, 7460   Machines, Ironing ......................... 2028
Life Preservers ........................ 2505   Magazines ................................. 2804
                                                Magnesite ................................. 2175
                                                Malt, Dry ...........................1016, 2350



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ISSUED:    March 5, 2002                                     EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                       ISSUED BY: BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124       5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
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                                      INDEX OF ARTICLES
          For Which Commodity Rates and Exceptions Ratings are Named in This Tariff.
COMMODITY:                            ITEM NO.:      COMMODITY:                               ITEM NO.:

M                                                    M

Manhole Covers or Frames .............. 1021, 2574   Mixes, Dry, As Desc ...................... 1019,   2401
Manholes, Concrete .......................... 2693   Mobile Homes ...................................   2121
Manufactured Joists, As Desc ................ 2648   Modulars, SU ...................................   2121
Manure, Dry ........................... 1016, 2350   Molasses ................................. 1019,   2401
Maps or Charts, NOI ................... 1026, 2718   Mop Yarn ................................. 1031,   2826
Marine Parts or Accessories, As Desc ............    Mortar .........................................   2175
 ................................ 2505, 1005, 2056   Moss, Peat or Spaghnum ................... 1016,   2350
Marshmallows .......................... 1019, 2401   Motor Homes ....................................   2945
Mayonnaise ............................ 1019, 2401   Motorcycles ....................................   2930
Meal or Cake, Soybean ................. 1016, 2350   Motorcycle/Parts/Accessories ............. 1005,   2056
Meal, Viz.: .....................................    Moulding, Plastic ........................ 1008,   2126
   Alfalfa, As Desc ................... 1016, 2350   Moulding, Wooden ......................... 1008,   2126
   Blackstrap Molasses ................ 1016, 2350   Mouldings, Metal ......................... 1008,   2126
   Corn ................... 1016, 1019, 2401, 2350   Mud, Well Drilling .............................   2175
   Fish ............................... 1016, 2350   Mufflers, Exhaust .................. 1005, 1013,   2056
   Oat ................................ 1019, 2401   Muriate of Potash ........................ 1016,   2350
   Oil Cake ........................... 1016, 2350   Mushrooms, Canned ........................ 1019,   2401
Meats, Canned or Preserved ............ 1019, 2401   Mustard, Prepared ........................ 1019,   2401
Mesh, Reinforcing ......... 1008, 1021, 2126, 2574
Metals, Scrap ............................... 7680   N
Methanol .................................... 2203
Methyl Alcohol .............................. 2203   Nails, As Desc ............... 1008, 1021, 2126, 2574
Methylene Diethyl Disorlonate ......... 1023, 2721   Napkins, Sanitary ............ 1019, 1027, 2401, 2742
Methylene Diethyl Isocyanate .......... 1023, 2721   Naptha ......................................... 2763
Microwave, Ovens ............................ 2028   Neckstrips, Paper ........................ 1027, 2742
Middlings ............................. 1016, 2350   Nets, Fishing .................................. 2505
Milk or Cream, As Desc ................ 1019, 2401   Netting, Poultry ......................... 1008, 2126
Milk, Buttermilk, Whey, Feed .......... 1016, 2350   Newsprint, As Desc .................................
Mincemeat ............................. 1019, 2401    ....................... 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742, 2749
Mineral Mixtures, Feed, Dry ........... 1016, 2350   Newsprint, Unprinted ........................... 2700
Mineral Water ................... 1019, 2401, 2380   Newsprint, Inserts ............................. 2804
Mineral Wool, As Desc ...........................    Nitro-Carbo-Nitrate ............................ 2179
  ...................1008, 1033, 2126, 2546, 2973    Noodles .................................. 1019, 2401
Mirrors, Rear View .................... 1005, 2056   Nozzles, Hydraulic ................. 1025, 2686, 7460
Mix, Pizza Pie ........................ 1019, 2401   Nursery Stock ...................... 1016, 2350, 4050
                                                     Nuts, Edible ....................... 1013, 1019, 2401
                                                     Nuts, I/S ................................ 1021, 2574




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ISSUED:    March 5, 2002                                     EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                       ISSUED BY: BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124       5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
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                                               INDEX OF ARTICLES
                   For Which Commodity Rates and Exceptions Ratings are Named in This Tariff.

COMMODITY:                                 ITEM NO.:     COMMODITY:                               ITEM NO.:

O                                                        P

Oats, Rolled .......................... 1019, 2401       Paint Group, As Desc ...............................
Office or Store Equipment Group, As Desc                  ............................. 1020, 1023, 2530, 2721
 ...................................... 1026, 2718       Paints, Stains ............... 1008, 1023, 2126, 2721
Office Supplies, As Desc .............. 1026, 2718       Paintings, Original Art ........................ 2035
Oil, Viz.:                                               Pan Liners, As Desc ...................... 1019, 2401
   Cooking or Salad, Liquid ........... 1019, 2401       Paneling, NOS ...................... 1008, 2126, 2651
   Diesel ................................... 2763       Panels, Roof, Cement Precast ................... 2868
   Distillate Fuel .......................... 2763       Pans, Baking ............................. 1019, 2401
   Fish Residue ............................. 7520       Paper and Paper Articles, As Desc ..................
   Fuel ..................................... 2763        ............................. 1026, 1027, 2742, 2749
   Linseed ............................ 1023, 2721       Paper Cutters ............................ 1026, 2718
   Lubricating, As Desc ......... 1019, 2401, 2763       Paper Goods, As Desc ..................... 1027, 2742
   Petroleum, As Desc ....................... 2763       Paper Napkins/Towels ......... 1019, 1027, 2401, 2742
   Petroleum, Paint Thinning ................ 2763       Paper Shredders .......................... 1026, 2718
   Refined .................................. 2763       Paper Viz.:
   Stove .................................... 2763          Adding Machine ........................ 1027, 2742
   Transformer .............................. 2763          Blotting .............................. 1027, 2742
Oleomargarine ......................... 1019, 2401          Blue Print or Reproduction ......................
Olives ................................ 1019, 2401           .......................... 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742
Openers, Can .......................... 1019, 2401          Building, Roofing or Sheathing ........ 1031, 2826
 ................................................           Cloth Lined ........................... 1026, 2718
Ornaments, Engine Radiator Cap or Hood ..........           Document, Manila .......... 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742
 ...................................... 1005, 2056          Enameled .................. 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742
Ovens, As Desc .............................. 2028          Fibre Stock ........................... 1026, 2718
Outfits, Contractors, Divers, Fire ..............           Ground Wood ............... 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742
   Fighters, Surveyors, As Desc ....... 1024, 2720          Gummed .................... 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742
                                                            Letterhead ............................ 1026, 2718
                                                            Lining or Wrapping .................... 1026, 2718
P                                                           Matrix .................... 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742
                                                            Shelf ................................. 1027, 2742
Packing Pads and Materials ......................           Stereotype or Writing ...........................
 ................................ 1027, 2700, 2742           .......................... 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742
Pads, Paper ............... 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742          Teletype .................. 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742
Pads, Sanitary ........................ 1019, 2401          Tissue .................... 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742
Pads, Scouring ........................ 1019, 2401          Waste or Scrap ........................ 7560, 7565
Pails ................................. 1020, 2530          Wrapping, As Desc ..................... 1019, 2401
                                                            Writing ................... 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742



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ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                            EFFECTIVE:   March 6, 2002
                           ISSUED BY:       BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA     98106

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                                               INDEX OF ARTICLES
                   For Which Commodity Rates and Exceptions Ratings are Named in This Tariff.

COMMODITY:                                 ITEM NO.:     COMMODITY:                               ITEM NO.:

P (Continued)                                            P

Paperboard, Pulpboard or Fibreboard,                     Plaster ........................................ 2175
   Scrap .................................... 7565       Plaster Grounds, Bead or Corners ......... 1021, 2574
Particle Board .................. 1008, 2126, 2651       Plasterboard ....................... 1008, 2126, 2966
Parts, Automotive, Motorcycle, Marine, As                Plasterboard Joint System ..........................
   Desc ............................... 1005, 2056        ............................. 1008, 1023, 2126, 2721
Paste or Puree, Tomato ................ 1019, 2401       Plastic Boxes or Totes ......................... 2104
Peanut Butter ......................... 1019, 2401       Plasticizer, Masonry ........................... 2175
Peas, Dried ........................... 1019, 2401       Plastics or Plastic Articles, As Desc ..............
Peat, Peat Briquettes or Peat Moss ..............         ......................................... 2791, 2795
 ...................................... 1016, 2350       Plates, Mining, As Desc ............ 1025, 2686, 7460
Pectin ................................ 1019, 2401       Plates, Switch or Outlet, As Desc ..................
Pellets, Fuel ............................... 2445        ......................................... 1015, 2310
Pencils or Pencil Leads .........................        Plumbers Goods, As Desc ........................ 2798
 .......................... 1026, 1027, 2718, 2742       Plywood or Plywood Panels .......... 1008, 2126, 2651
Pepper Sauce .......................... 1019, 2401       Points, Spud ....................... 1025, 2686, 7460
Perforators, Drill Casing .......................        Pole or Piling, Concrete, Structural ........... 2868
 ................................ 1025, 2686, 7460       Poles, Fishing ................................. 2505
Periodicals ................................. 2804       Poles, I/S, As Desc ...................... 1021, 2574
Perlite, As Desc ................................        Poles, Wooden .................................. 2658
 ....................1016, 1033, 2350, 2546, 2973        Polymer ........................................ 2203
Personal Effects ...................... 2539, 7360       Polystyrene, Expanded .............. 1008, 2126, 2791
Petroleum or Petroleum Products, As Desc                 Pop Corn, As Desc ........................ 1019, 2401
 ............................................ 2763       Pork and Beans, Canned ................... 1019, 2401
Pickles ............................... 1019, 2401       Pork Skins or Bacon Rinds, Fried ...................
Piling, I/S, As Desc .................. 1021, 2574        ......................................... 1019, 2401
Piling, Wooden ........................ 2658, 2660       Port ........................................... 2630
Pimentos .............................. 1019, 2401       Posts, Clothes or Sign ................... 1021, 2574
Pins, Ore Bucket ................ 1025, 2686, 7460       Posts, Fence ................. 1020, 1021, 2530, 2574
Pipe Covering, As Desc ...................... 2546       Posts, Wooden .................................. 2658
Pipe or Pipe Fittings, Cement or Concrete                Pots, Crab ..................................... 2270
   Reinforced ............................... 2775       Pots, Peat, Plastic, Pulp or Pulpboard .............
Pipe or Tubing, Automotive, As Desc .............         ......................................... 1016, 2350
 ...................................... 1005, 2056       Poultry, Canned .......................... 1019, 2401
Pipe, ........1021, 2574, 2600, 2601, 2775, 2784         Preparations, Beverage ................... 1019, 2401
Pipe, Cement Core with Insulation ........... 2784       Preparations, Engine Coolant ................... 2203
Pipe, Plastic or Rubber ..................... 2784       Presto Logs, Fuel .............................. 2445
Pipe, Polyethylene .......................... 2784       Printed Matter, As Desc ........................ 2804
Pitch, As Desc .............................. 2042       Propane ............................ 1020, 2497, 2530
Placemats ............................. 1027, 2742       Protectors, Book Cover ................... 1026, 2718
Plant Bed Media ....................... 1016, 2350       Puddings ................................. 1019, 2401
Plants ................................ 1016, 2350       Pulltabs ....................................... 2290
                                                         Pulpboard or Fibreboard ............................
                                                          ................. 1026, 1027, 1031, 2718, 2742, 2973




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             For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                            EFFECTIVE:   March 6, 2002
                           ISSUED BY:       BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA     98106

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                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                                 Original Page 16
                                               INDEX OF ARTICLES
                   For Which Commodity Rates and Exceptions Ratings are Named in This Tariff.

COMMODITY:                                 ITEM NO.:     COMMODITY:                               ITEM NO.:

P (Continued)                                            R

Pumps, As Desc .................. 1025, 2686, 7460       Rice or Rice Dinners ..................... 1019, 2401
Pumps, Circulating or Fuel, As Desc .............        Rivets, As Desc .......................... 1021, 2574
 ...................................... 1005, 2056       Road Drags or Plows ................ 1025, 2686, 7460
Punch, Paper .......................... 1026, 2718       Rods and Sheets, As Desc ................. 1021, 2574
Punchboards ........................... 1026, 2718       Rods, Armor, Aluminum .................... 1015, 2310
Putty ................................. 1023, 2721       Rods, Ore Crusher .................. 1025, 2686, 7460
                                                         Rollers, As Desc ................... 1025, 2686, 7460
                                                         Roofing, As Desc ....... 1021, 1031, 2126, 2574, 2826
Q                                                        Roofing Asphalt .................... 1008, 2126, 2042
                                                         Rope or Strand, Wire, As Desc ......................
                                                          ................................... 2505, 1021, 2574
                                                         Rulers ................................... 1026, 2718
R

Racks, As Desc ............ 1021, 1027, 2574, 2742
Radio Sets, Automotive ................ 1005, 2056
Radiator Bug Screens, Guards or Shields,
   Automotive ......................... 1005, 2056
Radiators, Engine Cooling or Radiator
   Cores .............................. 1005, 2056
Rafters, Wooden, Laminated .................. 2812
Rails, NOS ............................ 1021, 2574
Railway Track Material, As Desc .................
 ...................................... 1021, 2574
Rakes, As Desc ........................ 1020, 2530
Rakes, Root or Rock ............. 1025, 2686, 7460
Ranges Hoods ................................ 2028
Rations, Soldier’s .................... 1019, 2401
Ravioli, Canned ....................... 1019, 2401
Reducers, Gear .................. 1025, 2686, 7460
Reels, Fishing .............................. 2505
Refrigerators ............................... 2028
Refuse Compactors ........................... 2028
Regulators, Induction or Voltage, As Desc
 .......................... 1005, 1015, 2056, 2310
Reinforcing, I/S .......... 1008, 1021, 2126, 2574
Relishes, Pickle or Food .............. 1019, 2401
Resins, Polyol or Epoxy ............... 1023, 2721
Retorts, Amalgam ................ 1025, 2686, 7460
Rheostats or Resistors ................ 1015, 2310
Ribs, Screen .................... 1025, 2686, 7460




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             For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                            EFFECTIVE:   March 6, 2002
                           ISSUED BY:       BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA     98106

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                                            ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
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                                               INDEX OF ARTICLES
                   For Which Commodity Rates and Exceptions Ratings are Named in This Tariff.
COMMODITY:                                  ITEM NO.:    COMMODITY:                                 ITEM NO.:
S

Sago .................................. 1019, 2401       Shells, Oyster or Clam, Ground ........... 1016, 2350
Sal Soda .............................. 1019, 2401       Shells, Taco, Corn Meal .................. 1019, 2401
Salt, Common, As Desc ................. 1019, 2401       Shelving ...........................................
Salt, Livestock, Medicated ............ 1016, 2350        ................. 1020, 1021, 1026, 2530, 2574, 2718
Salt, Seafood processing .................... 2845       Shelving, Luan ........................... 1008, 2126
Sand ........................................ 2175       Shields, Guards or Flaps, Mud or Fender ............
Sandwich Spread ....................... 1019, 2401        ......................................... 1005, 2056
Sash, glazed or not glazed .................. 2133       Shingles, As Desc .................. 1031, 2126, 2129
Sauce, Dessert, Food, Ice Cream or Table                     ............................................ 2826
 ...................................... 1019, 2401       Shock Absorbers, As Desc ................. 1005, 2056
Sauerkraut or Juice or Brine .......... 1019, 2401       Shook, Wooden .................................. 2112
Saws, Chain ........................... 1020, 2530       Shortening or Shortening Substitutes ...............
Scallops, Frozen ............................ 8020        ......................................... 1019, 2401
Scarifiers or Scarifier Teeth ...................         ...................................................
 ................................ 1025, 2686, 7460       Shorts ................................... 1016, 2350
Scoops, Ice Cream or Food ............. 1019, 2401       Shovels, As Desc ......................... 1020, 2530
Scrap Metals, As Desc ....................... 7680       Shovels, Power ..................... 1025, 2686, 7460
Scrap Steel Viz: Crushed Auto Bodies ....... 7685        Shower Bath Stall Doors or Tub Enclosures
Scrap, Plastic, in Bales .................... 7100          As Desc ..................................... 2798
 ................................................        Shrimp, Frozen ................................. 8020
Scrapers, As Desc ............... 1025, 2686, 7460       Sidewalls, Tire, Rubber .................. 1005, 2056
Screens, Mining ................. 1025, 2686, 7460       Siding, As Desc .............. 1021, 1031, 2574, 2826
Screws, I/S ........................... 1021, 2574       Signs .................................... 1020, 2530
Sculptures ............................ 2021, 2035       Sinks .......................................... 2798
Scythes, Saws, Cutters, Power ......... 1020, 2530       Sizing, As Desc .......................... 1023, 2721
Sea Cucumbers ............................... 8028       Sizing, Fabric, As Desc .................. 1019, 2401
Seafood Processing Plant/Equipment ..............        Skelp .................................... 1021, 2574
 ...................................... 1032, 2850       Skylights ...................................... 2133
Sealers, Asphalt Pavement Surface ........... 2042       Slabs, As Desc ........................... 2112, 2868
Seals, Box Strap ...................... 1027, 2742       Snow Mobiles ................................... 2930
Seeds, As Desc ........................ 1016, 2350       Soap or Soap Powder .......... 1019, 1027, 2401, 2742
Sets, Carbon .......................... 1026, 2718       Sockets or Holders, As Desc .............. 1015, 2310
Shafting ............1021, 1025, 2574, 2686, 7460        Sod, As Desc ....................... 1016, 2350, 4050
                                                         Soda Ash ....................................... 2175
Shafts, Axle .......................... 1005, 2056       Soda, Bicarbonate of, As Desc ............ 1019, 2401
Shakes ...................................... 2129       Sodium Bromide or Bicarbonate .................. 2180
Sharpeners, Pencil .................... 1026, 2718       Sodium Chloride, Dry ........................... 2180
Sheathing, Impregnated ................ 1008, 2126       Sodium Hydroxide, As Desc .......... 1019, 2180, 2401
Sheet Steel ........................... 1008, 2126       Softeners, Textile, As Desc .............. 1019, 2401
Sheets, Aluminum ..........1008, 1021, 2126, 2574        Soil, Potting ............................ 1016, 2350
Sheets, Plastic (Expanded) ............ 1008, 2126       Soil, Waste .................................... 7690
Sheets, Plastic (Fibreglass) .......... 1008, 2126       Solder ................................... 1020, 2530
Sheeting, Rubber, As Desc ............. 1031, 2820       Solenoids ................................ 1015, 2310
Shellacs, Liquid ...................... 1023, 2721       Solvent, Cleaning .............................. 2763
                                                         Soot Removers ............................ 1019, 2401
                                                         Sorghum, Canned .......................... 1019, 2401
                                                         Soup or Soup Mix ......................... 1019, 2401
                                                         Spacers, Sheet ........................... 1021, 2574
                                                         Spaghetti ................................ 1019, 2401
                                                         Spark Coils .................. 1005, 1015, 2056, 2310
                                                         Spas ........................................... 2875
                                                         Spices ................................... 1019, 2401

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             For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                              EFFECTIVE:   March 6, 2002
                               ISSUED BY:   BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA      98124               5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA       98106

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                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                                 Original Page 18
                                               INDEX OF ARTICLES
                   For Which Commodity Rates and Exceptions Ratings are Named in This Tariff.

COMMODITY:                                 ITEM NO.:     COMMODITY:                               ITEM NO.:

S (Continued)                                            T

Spikes, As Desc ....................... 1021, 2574       Table Cloths, Paper ...................... 1027, 2742
Sponges ............................... 1020, 2530       Tables ................................... 1026, 2718
Spoons or Forks, Fibre, Wood or Plastic .........        Tailguards, As Desc ...................... 1005, 2056
 ...................................... 1027, 2742       Tanks or Tank Ends, As Desc ............. 1005, 2056
Spreads, As Desc ...................... 1019, 2401       Tanks or Tank Ends, As Desc .............. 1021, 2574
Springs, As Desc ...................... 1005, 2056       Tanks, Empty, Nos .............................. 2901
Sprinklers ............................ 1020, 2530       Tanks, Empty, Returned, As Desc ................ 7100
Sprockets, As Desc .............. 1025, 2686, 7460       Tape, As Desc ............... 1020, 1026, 2530, 2718
Spuds, Dredge ................... 1025, 2686, 7460       Tapioca .................................. 1019, 2401
Squeegees ............................. 1020, 2530       Tar, As Desc ................................... 2042
Stairs, NOI, KD or in Sections ........ 1021, 2574       Tea ...................................... 1019, 2401
Stakes, Bamboo or Wooden .............. 1016, 2350       Tees, As Desc ...................... 1021, 2574, 2868
Stakes, Surveyors ........................... 2658       Ties, Wire ............................... 1008, 2126
Stamps, Rubber ........................ 1026, 2718       Ties, Wooden ................................... 2658
Stands, Dredge .................. 1025, 2686, 7460       Tile, Acoustical, Ceiling ................ 1033, 2973
Staple Removers ....................... 1026, 2718       Tile, As Desc ...................... 1008, 2112, 2126
Staples, As Desc ...................... 1021, 2574       Timbers ........................................ 2658
Staples or Staple Machines ............ 1026, 2718        .............................................. ....
Starch ................................ 1019, 2401       Timothy .................................. 1016, 2350
Stationery Group ..........1026, 1027, 2718, 2742        Tips, Spud ......................... 1025, 2686, 7460
Statuaries .................................. 2021       Tires or Tubes, Pneumatic ................ 2903, 7700
Steel Articles, As Desc .........................        Tissue, Facial Cleansing ................. 1019, 2401
 ....................1021, 2574, 2581, 2600, 2601        Tissue Toilet ............................ 1019, 2401
Stems, Drill .................... 1025, 2686, 7460       Tobacco, Manufactured .......................... 2210
Sticks, Oil Measuring ................. 1005, 2056       Tools Group, As Desc ..................... 1020, 2530
Stout ....................................... 2630       Tools, Garden ............................ 1016, 2350
Stoves, Ranges Cooking or Heating ........... 2028       Tools, NOI ............. 1008, 1020, 2126, 2530, 2730
Strapping, As Desc ........1020, 1027, 2530, 2742        Toothpicks ............................... 1019, 2401
Straws, Drinking ...................... 1027, 2742       Totem Poles .................................... 2035
Strips, Wooden ........................ 1008, 2126       Totes, Fiberboard KD ........................... 2109
Stucco ...................................... 2175       Totes, Plastic ................................. 2104
Sugar ................................. 1019, 2401       Totes, Used .................................... 2904
Sulphate of Potash .................... 1016, 2350       Toppings, As Desc ........................ 1019, 2401
Superphosphate, As Desc ............... 1016, 2350       Tractors and Cultivators, Garden and Lawn
Supports or Mounting, Engine, Body or                     ......................................... 1020, 2530
   Transmission ....................... 1005, 2056       Tractors, As Desc .................. 1025, 2686, 7460
Surface Cooking Units ....................... 2028       Trailers, Viz.: ....................................
Surveyors Outfits, As Desc ............ 1024, 2720          Boat .................................. 2098, 7050
Suspensions, Front Wheel .............. 1005, 2056          Gravel .......................... 1025, 2686, 7460
Switch Boxes .......................... 1015, 2310          Semi, Freight ......................... 2910, 7910
Switchboards or Parts ................. 1015, 2310          Vacation ........................ 2121, 2906, 7906
Swivels, Fishing ............................ 2505
Syrup, As Desc ........................ 1019, 2401
Systems, Suspension, Ceiling, As Desc ...........
 ...................................... 1021, 2574


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             For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                            EFFECTIVE:   March 6, 2002
                           ISSUED BY:       BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA     98106

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                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                                 Original Page 19
                                               INDEX OF ARTICLES
                   For Which Commodity Rates and Exceptions Ratings are Named in This Tariff.

COMMODITY:                                 ITEM NO.:     COMMODITY:                               ITEM NO.:

T (Continued)                                            V

Transformers, As Desc ........... 1015, 2310, 2332       Valves, As Desc ....................................
Transmission or Clutches and Mountings ..........          ...................... 1021, 1025, 2574, 2686, 7460
 ...................................... 1005, 2056       Vans ........................................... 2959
Traveling Bags, Viz.: Brief Cases, Hand,                 Varnishes ................................ 1023, 2721
   Overnight, Suitcases ............... 1026, 2718       Vaults, Concrete, Utility ...................... 2693
Trays ................................. 1026, 2718       Vegetables, As Desc ...................... 1019, 2401
Trees, Ballroot ............................. 4050       Vehicle Parts, As Desc ................... 1005, 2056
Triethylene Glycol .......................... 2203       Vehicles, multi-terrain ........................ 2930
Trim, Metal, Plasterboard ............. 1008, 2126       Vehicles, As Desc .............................. 2285
Trimmers, Grass ....................... 1020, 2530       Vehicles, Self-Propelled, As Desc ..................
Trucks or Pickup Trucks ..................... 2959         ........................................ 2945, 2959
Trucks, Forklift ................ 1025, 2686, 7460       Vermicelli ............................... 1019, 2401
Trucks, Freight ....................... 2945, 7920       Vermiculite, As Desc ...............................
Trucks, Hand .......................... 1020, 2530         ...................... 1016, 1033, 2350, 2546, 2973
Trusses ...................1021, 2126, 2574, 2812        Vermouth ....................................... 2630
Tubing, As Desc ....................... 1021, 2574       Vinegar .................................. 1019, 2401
Tumblers, Dredge ................ 1025, 2686, 7460       Visors, Shade or Awning, Interior ..................
Turnbuckles ........................... 1021, 2574         ........................................ 1005, 2056
Turpentine, Spirits or Wood .....................
  ......................... 1023, 1020, 2530, 2721


U

Units, Surface Cooking ...................... 2028
Urea, As Desc ................... 1016, 2180, 2350
Urethane, Foamed ............................ 2791
Utensil Cleaners ...................... 1019, 2401
Utility Trailers ...................... 2910, 7910
Utility Vaults .............................. 2693




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             For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                            EFFECTIVE:   March 6, 2002
                           ISSUED BY:       BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA     98106

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                                       ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          Original Page 20
                                           INDEX OF ARTICLES
               For Which Commodity Rates and Exceptions Ratings are Named in This Tariff.

COMMODITY:                              ITEM NO.:    COMMODITY:                            ITEM NO.:

W                                                    X

Wagons, Dump ..................1025, 2686, 7460
Wallboard, As Desc ............................      Y
..................1008, 1033, 2126, 2966, 2973
Wash Tubs ...........................1020, 2530
Washers, Gaskets or Packing Devices ...........      Z
....................................1020, 2530
Washers, NOS ........................1021, 2574      Zees, Structural .......................1021, 2574
Washing Machine, Laundry ..................2028      Zinc Chloride, Dry ...........................2180
Waste, Hazardous .....................545, 2535
Waste, RCRA ............................... 2176
Water, Mineral or Plain, As Desc ..............
..............................1019, 2380, 2401
Waveguide ...........................1015, 2310
Wax Paper ...........................1019, 2401
Wax, Boat, Floor, Furniture or Vehicle,
 As Desc ............................1019, 2401
Wax, Paraffin .................................
..................1019, 1020, 2401, 2530, 2763
Weights, Fishing ....................1021, 2574
Welders .............................1020, 2530
Wheel Bands, Flanges, Rims ..........1005, 2056
Wheels, As Desc ...............................
........... 1005, 1020, 1021, 2056, 2530, 2574
Whitewash, Dry ......................1023, 2721
Winches, As Desc ..............1025, 2686, 7460
Window Extrusions .........................2133
Window Glass .............................. 2510
Windows, As Desc ..........................2133
Windshield Frost Eliminators, As Desc .........
....................................1005, 2056
Wine or Sherry, Cooking .............1019, 2401
Wines and High Wines ......................2630
Wire or Cable, Electrical .................2340
Wire Fencing ........................1008, 2126
Wire Goods Group, As Desc ...........1020, 2530
Wire Fencing or Fence Posts and Fittings,
 I/S ................................1021, 2574
Wood Filler, Liquid .................1023, 2721
Wood Mulch ..........................1016, 2350
Wood, Built Up or Combined ................2651
Wood, Native or Canadian ..................2658
..............................................
Wool, Steel .............1019, 1020, 2401, 2530
Wrap, Plastic, As Desc ..............1019, 2401
Wrappers, Paper, As Desc ............1026, 2718
Writing Instruments .................1026, 2718



       For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                  EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                          ISSUED BY:     BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124               5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

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                                       ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                     1st Revised Page 21
                                         LIST OF POINTS SERVED:


       ALPHABETICAL LIST OF POINTS IN ALASKA - FROM AND TO WHICH RATES APPLY:

                   POINT                                  RATE BASIS

                   Cordova                                Cordova      CDV

                 # Valdez                                 Valdez       VAL

    NOTE 1:   Cordova - within two miles of AKMR Cordova terminal, to include Orca, AK.

#   NOTE 2:   Valdez - within five (5) miles of Valdez City Dock, Valdez, AK.




TCR 4076



       ALPHABETICAL LIST OF POINTS IN WASHINGTON - FROM AND TO WHICH RATES APPLY:
       (See Item 340 for application of arbitraries.)




       For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    April 2, 2010                                                  EFFECTIVE: April 5, 2010
                          ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
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                                     ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                       Original Page 22
                                                                                               ITEM
                                           RULES                                                NO.

                                                                                                 100



GOVERNING PUBLICATIONS:



Except as otherwise provided herein, this Tariff is governed by the following
publications, including Supplements thereto or subsequent reissues thereof:


(A)   National Motor Freight Classification, NMF 100 Series, Issuing Agent.

(B)   Alaska Marine Lines, Inc., General Rules, Commodity Group Descriptions
      and list of Participating Carriers, STB AKMR 100, series, unless
      superseded by references in this tariff AKMR 312.

(C)   Alaska Marines Lines, Inc., Tariff ICC AKMR 102 (Operating Authority)

(D)   Federal Hazardous Materials Regulations, Title 49, Code of Federal
      Regulations, Parts 100 through 180.




       For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                 EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                          ISSUED BY:    BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124              5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
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                                        ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                     Original Page 22-A
                                            RULES                                              ITEM
                          Supersedes Item 340, In AKMR 100, series                              NO.
BEYOND TERMINAL CHARGES TO OR FROM POINTS OTHER THAN THE STATE OF ALASKA, (CL):                  340
Except as otherwise provided in individual rate items, shipments do not include
placement of containers other than points named in the state of Alaska.
When placement is requested or required on full containerloads as defined in
Item 611, the following Beyond Terminal charges will apply:
 (See Notes 1 through 2) (See Item 750)
POINTS OF ORIGIN OR DESTINATION GROUP Placement      Sets/Standby           Standby (1)


 Algona, WA                         C       $123.00          ---                ---
 Anacortes, WA                      F         ---            ---            $   393.00
 Andover Industrial Park, WA        B       $ 97.00          ---                ---
 Arlington, WA                      F         ---            ---            $   267.00
 Auburn, WA                         C       $121.00          ---                ---
                                                             ---                ---

 Bellevue, WA                       B       $116.00          ---                ---
 Bellingham, WA                     F       $331.00          ---                ---
 Black Diamond, WA                  D       $276.00          ---                ---
 Bothell, WA                        C       $116.00          ---                ---
 Bremerton, WA                      H       $469.00          ---                ---
 Burien, WA                         B       $ 97.00          ---                ---
 Burlington, WA                     F         ---            ---            $   267.00
 Chehalis, WA                       H         ---            ---            $   276.00
 Des Moines, WA                     C       $ 97.00          ---                ---
 Dupont, WA                         F         ---            ---            $   205.00
 Edmonds WA                         E       $116.00          ---                ---
 Everett, WA                        E         ---            ---            $   163.00
 Federal Way, WA                    C       $116.00          ---                ---
 Fife, WA                           D       $125.00          ---                ---
 Ft Lewis, WA                       E       $205.00          ---                ---
 Graham, WA                         E         ---            ---            $   212.00
 Granite Falls, WA                  F         ---            ---            $   303.00
 Hamilton, WA                       I         ---            ---            $   358.00
 Hoquim, WA                        ---        ---            ---            $   348.00
 Issaquah, WA                       E       $160.00          ---                ---
 Kenmore, WA                        C       $116.00          ---                ---
 Kent, WA                           B       $116.00          ---                ---
 Kirkland, WA                       C       $116.00          ---                ---
 Lake Forest Park, WA               C       $116.00          ---                ---
 Lakewood, WA                       E         ---            ---            $   202.00
 Lynnwood, WA                       E       $116.00          ---                ---
 Maltby Industrial Park, WA         E       $131.00          ---                ---
 Maple Valley, WA                   D       $276.00          ---                ---
 Marysville, WA                     E         ---            ---            $   175.00
 McChord AFB, WA                    E       $205.00          ---                ---
 McMillan, WA                       D       $208.00          ---                ---
 Mercer Island, WA                  B       $116.00          ---                ---
 Milton, WA                         D       $127.00          ---                ---
 Monroe, WA                         E       $163.00          ---                ---
 Mt. Vernon, WA                     F       $276.00          ---                ---
 Mountlake Terrace, WA              E       $116.00          ---                ---

                                          (Continued)
TCR
       For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                   EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                          ISSUED BY:      BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                          File No. 22A
TARIFF NO. 312
                                         ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                 3rd Revised Page 22-B
                                              RULES                                          ITEM
                            Supersedes Item 340, in AKMR 100, series                          NO.

                                                                                                340
   BEYOND TERMINAL CHARGES TO OR FROM POINTS OTHER THAN THE STATE OF ALASKA, CL:
   (Continued)


          ***   Item cancelled; Reference STB AKMR 100A, Item 340




TCR 3885
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:  December 18, 2006                                               EFFECTIVE: January 2, 2007
                          ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                 5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                       File No. 22B
TARIFF NO. 312
                                         ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                       33rd Revised Page 22-C
                                             RULES                                                  ITEM
                             Supersedes Item 345, AKMR 100, series                                   NO.

                                                                                                    345

   APPLICATION OF ARBITRATY FUEL SURCHARGE:

     Except as specifically indicated in individual rate items and exceptions
     noted herein, all shipments are subject to an Arbitrary Fuel Surcharge
     of ♦ twenty eight percent (28%).

   NOTE 1:     For rates in cents, fractions will be as follows: Fractions of less
               than 1/2 cent will be dropped and fractions of 1/2 cent of more will
               be rounded to the next whole cent.

               For rates in dollars, fractions of dollars will be rounded as
               follows: Less than .50 will be dropped and .50 or more will be
               rounded to the next whole dollar.

   NOTE 2:     Where the rate or charge is published in dollar and cents, apply the
               equivalent in cents.

   NOTE 3:     Reference to Tariffs, Items, Notes, Rules, etc. will be as follows:
               Where reference is made in this Supplement to Tariffs, Items, Notes,
               Rules, ect., it is understood that such reference is continuous and
               includes Supplements to or successive issues of such Items, Notes,
               Rules, ect.

TCR 4139

   APPLICATION OF INLAND FUEL SURCHARGE:                                                            346

   Applicable only to rates in Items 340, 341, 342 paragraph B, 500, 750, 751,
   752, 850, 900, and 990 of this tariff, an Arbitrary Inland Fuel Surcharge of
   ♦ twenty eight percent (28%) shall apply.

   NOTE 1:     For rates in cents, fractions will be as follows: Fractions of
               less than 1/2 cent or more will be dropped and fractions of 1/2
               cent or more will be rounded to the next whole cent.

               For rates in dollars, fractions of dollars will be rounded as
               follows: Less than .50 will be dropped and .50 or more will be
               rounded to the next whole dollar.

   NOTE 2:     Where the rate or charge is published in dollars and cents, apply
               the equivalent in cents.

   NOTE 3:     References to Tariffs, Items, Notes, Rules, etc. will be as follows:
               Where reference is made in this Item to Items, Notes, Rules, etc.,
               it is understood that such reference is continuous and includes
               subsequent issues of such Items, Rules, etc.




TCR 4139
       For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED: March 18, 2011                                                    EFFECTIVE: March 29, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                 5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                              File No. 22C
TARIFF NO. 312
                                        ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                        1st Revised Page 22-D
                                            RULES                                                   ITEM
                            Supersedes Item 460, AKMR 100, series                                    NO.



   CONSOLIDATION SERVICE:                                                                              460

   Consolidation is the process of combining two or more LCL shipments into
   containerloads for the purpose of obtaining CL rates.

   On request of either shipper or consignee, carrier will receive, consolidate
   and forward shipments for their account, subject to the following conditions:

   (1)      Request for consolidation service and adequate information for identifi-
            cation of freight must be given to the carrier prior to commencement of
            any consolidation service. Consolidated shipments must be consigned to a
            single consignee at one destination, but may include part lots from
            multiple shippers.

   (2)      The term “Part Lot” as used in this Item means a single shipment tendered
            to the carrier at one time for consolidation with other shipments at
            the carriers consolidation terminal.

   (3)      A consolidation charge of ♦$2.95 per hundred pounds will be assessed for
            consolidation service. Charges apply only to consolidations in which the
            cargo can be consolidated and machine transferred with carrier’s
            forklift equipment. Cargo which requires labor services as defined in
            Item 890 will be charged rates shown in addition to any applicable
            charges in Item 890.

   (4)      Carrier will load freight received at consolidation terminal to contain-
            er(s) in accordance with loading instructions of person requesting
            consolidation. In the absence of specific loading instructions, carrier
            will load freight in a manner which will utilize container weight and
            capacity to the greatest extent possible. Carrier will not be responsible
            for the inability of freight consolidated under the provisions of this
            Item to meet any specified minimum weight per container.

   (5)      Consolidation will apply over a single voyage only. Part lots must be
            received during a pre-arranged receiving period not to exceed a total
            of   5 working days. Part lots delivered to carrier outside the pre-
            arranged time period will be subject to LCL rates. Each part lot will be
            subject to a minimum charge of ♦$22.00.

   (6)      All charges applicable on a consolidated shipment must be paid by the
            party paying the freight charges.

   (7)      This Item is not applicable on freight moving on ▲ C.O.D. shipments
            *** or on part lots which freight charges have been prepaid.




TCR 4076


         For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED: April 2, 2010                                                         EFFECTIVE:   April 13, 2010
                          ISSUED BY:       ▲DAVID G. CURTIS, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                  5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA      98106

                                                                                            File No. 22D
TARIFF NO. 312
                                          ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                       1st Revised Page 22-E
                                                                                                   ITEM
                                               RULES                                                NO.

                                                                                                         941

                                    TERMINAL CHARGES - WHARFAGE

   Wharfage charges will be assessed on all shipments moving over the following
   routes: Wharfage will be assessed at a rate of $4.00 per short ton
   (2,000 pounds), subject to a minimum charge of $5.00 per shipment.




                                      TERMINAL HANDLING CHARGE                                           942

   Unless otherwise specified, all rates named in Sections One through Eight of
   tariff are subject to the following terminal handling charges:

                                                                  Northbound       Southbound


   I.      FREIGHT ALL KINDS (Applicable on all commodities       ♦$ .54 cwt       ♦$ .31 cwt
             except as otherwise specified in this Rule).
             Rates in cents per hundred pounds based on
             actual weight.

   II.     FREIGHT ALL KINDS (As listed in Items 2098, 2906,
             2910, 2945, 2959, 7906, 7910, 7820. Rated in         ♦$51.00          ♦$27.00
             dollars and cents per each or individual unit.

   NOTE 1:      The minimum charge for Terminal Handling will be $5.00 per shipment.




TCR 4076

         For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED: April 2, 2010                                                          EFFECTIVE:    April 13, 2010
                          ISSUED BY:        ▲DAVID G. CURTIS, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                  5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA        98106

                                                                                                File No. 22E
TARIFF NO. 312
                                        ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                  3rd Revised Page 22-F
                                              RULES                                           ITEM
                                               ***                                             NO.


   TRANSFER OF LADING CHARGE:
                                                                                                   959
       ***

   #   Refer to AKMR 100, series, Item 959 for charges.




TCR 4109


        For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED: October 6, 2010                                                EFFECTIVE:   November 4, 2010
                          ISSUED BY:      DAVID G. CURTIS, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA    98106

                                                                                          Page No. 22F
TARIFF NO. 312
                                     ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                       Original Page 23




                                                  SECTION I

                                                  CLASS RATES

                                   Between Seattle, Washington

                                        And Points in Alaska

                          (See Item 2420 for Application of CL Ratings)

                           For Class Ratings Higher Than 100 Rates Will
                          be Arrived at by Applying the Following Method:

                                Class   110   -   110%   of   Class   100   Rate
                                Class   125   -   125%   of   Class   100   Rate
                                Class   150   -   150%   of   Class   100   Rate
                                Class   175   -   175%   of   Class   100   Rate
                                Class   200   -   200%   of   Class   100   Rate
                                Class   250   -   250%   of   Class   100   Rate
                                Class   300   -   300%   of   Class   100   Rate
                                Class   350   -   350%   of   Class   100   Rate
                                Class   400   -   400%   of   Class   100   Rate
                                Class   500   -   500%   of   Class   100   Rate




      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                 EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                          ISSUED BY:    BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124              5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                         Page No. 23
Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                      ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                  7th Revised Page 24




                                           FROM: SEATTLE, WA
                                    TO:   AK POINTS: (See Page 21)



               NMFC RATING:      MIN. WT. IN LBS.                    RATE:
                                  (See Item 997)
                                                            CDV               VAL
                                       LCL                 6574               ---
                                       5,000               6040               ---
                    100
                                      10,000               4398               ---
                                       LCL                 6081               ---
                                       5,000               5587               ---
                  92-1/2
                                      10,000               4068               ---
                                       LCL                 5588               ---
                                       5,000               5133               ---
                    85
                                      10,000               3739               ---
                                       LCL                 5095               ---
                                       5,000               4681               ---
                  77-1/2
                                      10,000               3408               ---
                                       LCL                 4602               ---
                                       5,000               4229               ---
                  70 - 65
                                      10,000               4149               ---
                                       LCL                 4122               ---
                                       5,000               3733               ---
               60 - 55 - 50
                                      10,000               2767               ---




   NOTE 1:     For application, see Page 23, Section I.




TCR4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 15, 2011                                                 EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:      DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                        Page No. 24
TARIFF NO. 312
                               ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                            Original Page 25




                                       SECTION 2

                                    COMMODITY RATES


                                        BETWEEN:

                                  Seattle, Washington
                                     (See Page 21)

                                          AND:

                                    Points in Alaska
                                     (See Page 21)




 For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.


ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                        EFFECTIVE:   March 6, 2002

                       ISSUED BY: BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124       5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA      98106

                                                                              Page No. 25
     # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                             8th Revised Page 26

                                   SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                             NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                 BETWEEN: SEATTLE, WA: (See Page 21)                                    ITEM
                        AND:       AK POINTS:   (See Page 21)                                            NO.


                                                                                                        2021
     COMMODITY: ANTIQUES, ANTIQUE REPRODUCTIONS, SCULPTURES, STATUARIES and HOUSHOLD
                  APPOINTMENTS. Used and or new, for Commercial, Resale or Exhibition
                  purposes only. (See Notes 1 thru 2)
                                   20’           24’          40’          CDV            VAL


                            CL    (08)          (10)         (15)          7775            ---



 NOTE 1:       Rates apply on shipper load and count closed containers only. Rates will not
               apply on items of extraordinary value. Released valuation may not exceed
               $25,000.00 per container load.

 NOTE 2:       Valuation of goods must be noted on inbound bill of lading.

 TCR 4137




     COMMODITY:   APPLIANCES (with or without coin operated mechanism),                                 2028
                    Coal, Gas, Oil, Wood or Electrically Operated, Viz.:   (See below)

                      20’            24’          40’          53’          CDV          VAL
        LCL          ---            ---          ---          ---          5810          ---
      5,000          ---            ---          ---          ---          4709          ---
         CL          (7)            (9)          ---          ---          3619          3619
                     (10)           (13)         ---          ---          3200          3200
                     ---            ---          (14)         (16)         3047          3047
                     ---            ---          (19)         (22)         2695          2695


 Viz.:
   Air Cleaners                                                  Range Hoods
   Air Coolers, other than water evaporation type                Refrigerators
   Air Heaters, Dehumidifiers, Humidifiers or                    Refuse Compactors
    Washers and Blowers or Fans, combined                        Stoves or Ranges, Cooking
   Boiler Group, as listed in the NMFC                            Heating
   Cooling or Freezing Boxes (Freezer)                           Surface Cooking Units,
   Dishwashing Machines                                           for permanent installation
   Disposals, Garbage                                            Washing and Drying Machines
   Drying Machines, Laundry                                       combined, laundry
   Furnaces, House-heating, hot air                              Washing Machines, Laundry
   Heaters, Water
   Iron Machines, Laundry
   Ovens, baking, stationary for permanent installation
   Ovens, Microwave, with or without ovenware dishes
    in packages


TCR 4137
           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                      EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:      DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                   5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                  Page No. 26
      # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                      ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                             8th Revised Page 27
                                    SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                              NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                                                                                         ITEM
                                    BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA:    (See Page 21)
                                                                                                          NO.
                                        AND:   AK POINTS:      (See Page 21)
                                                                                                         2035
      COMMODITY:        ART, ORIGINAL WORKS OF, Viz.: (See Notes 1 thru 5)
                        Carvings, Decorations, Figures, Limited Editions,
                        Paintings, Pictures, Statues, Totem Poles.

                                                                   CDV                 VAL
                         (1) LCL ..........                        8033                ---
                         (2) LCL ..........                       10713                ---
                         (3) LCL ..........                       16064                ---


(1)          Rate applies when released value of cargo does not exceed $5.00 per pound.

(2)          Rate applies when released value of cargo exceeds $5.00 per pound, but does not
             exceed $10.00 per pound.

(3)          Rate applies when released value of cargo exceeds $10.00 per pound, but does not
             exceed $25.00 per pound.

 NOTE 1:       If no value is declared in writing on the bill of lading by the
               shipper, rates as listed under (3) shall be applied.

 NOTE 2:       Items must    be packaged in enclosed wooden crates as listed per Item
               245 of the    NMFC. Carrier will not be responsible for any damage to contents if
               improperly    packaged. Carrier reserves the right to
               refuse any    shipment insufficiently packaged.

 NOTE 3:       Items exceeding $25.00 per pound of declared value will not be
               accepted.

 NOTE 4:       Item 560 shall not apply.

 NOTE 5:       Rate, without discount, applies southbound.

 TCR 4137

                                                                                                         2042

      COMMODITY:   ASPHALT and OTHER ARTICLES,    Viz.: Asphalt, natural by-
                     product, Petroleum (other    than paint, stain or varnish),
                     liquid or solid; Pitch or    tar, liquid or solid, Sealer
                     Asphalt pavement surface,    coal or tar base, liquid or solid.
                             20’          24’           40’          53         CDV          VAL
             LCL
                              ---          ---          ---              ---   3722          ---
           5,000
                              ---          ---          ---              ---   3299          ---
              CL             (20)          (28)         ---           ---      1265      1265
                             (32)          (38)         ---           ---       972       972
                             ---           ---          (36)          (40)     1198      1198
                             ---           ---          (50)          (56)      921       921

TCR 4137

            For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:     March 15, 2011                                                         EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:          DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                       5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                   Page No. 27
    # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                   ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                       9th Revised Page 28

                               SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                        NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds


                              BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA      (See Page 21)                               ITEM
                                  AND:   AK POINTS        (See Page 21)                                NO.


                                                                                                      2043
    COMMODITY:       ASPHALT (Asphaltum), natural, by-product, other than paint,
                     stain or varnish, in bulk, in shipper-owned tanks (See Note 1)

            CONTAINER/PLATFORM SIZE:     MINIMUM
            PER TANK

                                                             Minimum             Rate
    Tanks not exceeding 20’ in length nor 8’                 Weight        CDV           VAL
    in diameter ..........................
                                                          (36) 36,000     1171          1855

    Tanks not exceeding 20’ long, 8’ wide nor             (18) 18,000     1171          1855
    4’ high, designed for forklift handling
     .....................................

 NOTE 1:     Rates include return of empty tank to origin port dock.

 TCR 4137
                                                                                                      2056

    COMMODITY:   AUTOMOBILE, MOTORCYCLE, or MARINE PARTS, and OTHER
                  ARTICLES, as described in Item 1005 (see Note 1)

                        20’         24’            40’          53’        CDV          VAL
      (1) LCL           ---        ---             ---          ---       5610           ---
        5,000           ---        ---             ---          ---       5329           ---
                       (10)        (12)            ---          ---       3004           3004
            CL         (14)        (16)            ---          ---       2288           2288
                       (20)        (24)            ---          ---       1647           1647
                        ---        ---             (20)         (28)      2311           2311
                        ---        ---             (28)         (38)      1761           1761
                        ---        ---             (40)         (56)      1268           1268

      (1) Subject to a minimum charge of 9 pounds per cubic foot.
 NOTE 1:      Rates apply only on commodities manufactured, represented or sold as component
              or accessorial part of a passenger or freight motor vehicle or motor truck
              trailer or motorcycles or marine vessel.




TCR 4137

      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:      DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                                Page No. 28
     # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                              ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                               4th Revised Page 29

                          SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                   NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                           BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)                           ITEM
                               AND:   AK POINTS     (See Page 21)                           NO.


                                                                                            2077
    COMMODITY:   BICYCLES, NOI; UNICYCLES, NOI; or VEHICLES,
                 CHILDREN’S NOI, NEW; as described in Items
                 189800 (Subs 5 through 8) AND 189780 (Sub 2) of
                 the NMFC, and Related Parts and Accessories, in
                 straight or mixed shipments.

                      20’         24’         40’        53’        CDV       VAL

    (1) LCL          ---          ---        ---         ---        5985       ---

                     (10)        (12)        ---         ---        2943       2943
         CL
                      ---        ---         (20)       (26)        2550       2550


      (1) Subject to minimum of 7 pounds per cubic foot.




TCR 4137
For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED: March 15, 2011                                     EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                       ISSUED BY: DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124       5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                      Page No. 29
   # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                       ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                               9th Revised Page 30
                               SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                    NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                         MIN. WT.
   COMMODITY:             IN LBS:       BETWEEN:              SEATTLE, WA           (See Page 21)         ITEM
                      (See Item 997)      AND:                AK POINTS             (See Page 21)          NO.
BOATS, SU, nested or not nested, mounted on trailers, cradles or other shipping                           2098
device, not exceeding 8’ in height, when nested. (See Note 1)

                                                                                   RATE
                                                                             CDV           VAL
     (T)   Not exceeding................... 20’ in length........           1579          2127
     (T)   Exceeding 20’ but not exceeding 30’ in length .........          1894          2487
     (T)   Exceeding 30’ but not exceeding 40’ in length .........          2014          2487
     (T)   Exceeding 40’ in length................................          3477          2487


NOTE 1:       Rates are shown in dollars per square foot.
NOTE 2:       Shipper must furnish necessary skids, cradles, chocks, crates or other devices
              necessary to insure safe handling. When Carrier agrees to
              construct cradle, charges will be based on $1.40 per square foot based on
              overall dimensions of boat, subject to a minimum charge of
              $321.00. Construction of cradles is at Carrier’s discretion. Carrier
              may decline to build a cradle for any boat.
NOTE 3:       Household goods or personal effects, as described in AKMR 100, series,
              Item 560, may be placed in enclosed areas of the boat, provided they
              are secured by the shipper, and after weight of goods has been provided
              to carrier. Shipper must declare weight of goods on the bill of lading. Items
              are subject to a released value of $.60 per pound, per article, however,
              shipper has the option to declare a higher released value
              subject to provisions listed in AKMR 100, series, Item 560. Items will
              be considered as shipper load and count, and accepted to all items.
NOTE 4:       All measurements are for overall dimensions which includes tongues
              and hitches.
NOTE 5:       If boat is received containing more than 1/4 tank of fuel, charges
              as shown in AKMR 100, series, Item 987 will be assessed.
NOTE 6:       When Carrier is required to lift boat from water or to discharge boat
              to water in Seattle, an additional charge will be assessed. For
              craning a boat not exceeding 24 feet in overall length, the charge is
              $420.00. For boats that are over 24 feet in length, Carrier will
              Provide service at a rate negotiated with Shipper prior to acceptance
              of shipment. Such service must be scheduled with Carrier prior to
              delivery. Boat lift and launch operations are performed at Carrier’s
              discretion. Carrier may decline to lift any boat. Shipper must sign
              Boat Lift Agreement prior to lifting any boat.
NOTE 7:       All portable canvas tops or sides must be removed prior to receipt at
              AKMR dock. All tops and sides shipped attached will be at owner's risk.
NOTE 8:       Boats must be received with the masts and rigging detached. Items will
              be rated as a separate shipment.
NOTE 9:       Shipper owned dunnage, cradles or other devices necessary to insure
              safe handling may be returned, provided the Northbound move is
              confirmed on the Bill of Lading. Charge for such service will be $321.00
              per container or platform.
NOTE 10:      Rates shown apply between Carriers Terminals.
NOTE 11:      AKMR 100, series, Item 340, 342, 568 and 750 do not apply.
NOTE 12:      Rate for southbound shipment shall be rate shown reduced by ten
              percent (10%)


TCR 4137
           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                    EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:     DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                  5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                    Page No. 30
   # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                     ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                  8th Revised Page 31
                              SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
          NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, except as otherwise noted
                                                    BETWEEN:          SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)               ITEM
                    COMMODITY:                        AND:            AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                 NO.
                                                                                                              2100
CANOES AND KAYAKS, SU, Nested or not nested, not exceeding 20’ in length
 not exceeding 8’ in height when nested.

                                                                                      RATE:

                                                                               CDV               VAL

  (T)     Not exceeding 8’ in length ......................              $   211.00              ---
  (T)     Exceeding 8’, but not over 14’ in length ........              $   240.00              ---
  (T)     Exceeding 14’, but not over 18’ in length .......              $   266.00              ---
  (T)     Exceeding 18’, but not over 20’ in length .......              $   537.00              ---


NOTE 1:    Rate applies between carriers terminals.
NOTE 2:    Rate shown are in dollars per boat.


TCR 4137
 BOAT TRAILERS, nested or not nested, not moving under a boat (See Notes 1                                    2102
  and 2).

                                                                                      RATE:

                                                                               CDV               VAL

  (T)     Trailers less than 30’ overall length ..........                $ 50.00             $ 57.00

  (T)     Trailers 30’ and over in length ................                $ 64.00             $ 74.00



NOTE 1:         Rates apply between carriers terminals.

NOTE 2:         Rate is shown in dollars per lineal foot.


TCR 4137
                                                                                                              2104
      COMMODITY:     BOXES and TOTES, Plastic, Viz.:
                     Boxes, Totes, molded plastic, new or used; with or without
                     tops, SU, nested or not nested, plastic liners.
                       20’          24’          40’            53’             CDV            VAL
      (1) LCL         ---          ---          ---            ---            11838            ---
           CL         (08)         (10)          ---           ---             4068            4068
                                                (15)           (17)            3255            3255

(1)     Subject to a minimum of 6 pounds per cubic foot.


TCR 4137



        For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                 EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:        DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                  5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                                        Page No. 31
   # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                            8th Revised Page 32
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                   BETWEEN:       SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)                          ITEM
                                       AND:       AK POINTS     (See Page 21)                           NO.
                                                                                                       2109
    COMMODITY:     BOXES and TOTES, Plastic, Viz.:
                   Boxes, Totes, molded plastic, new or used; with or without
                   tops, SU, nested or not nested, plastic liners.
                 VOLUME      20’           24’           40’         53’         CDV      VAL
      LCL                   ---            ---           ---         ---         5859      ---
       CL                   (10)           (12)          ---         ---         2852     2852
                             ---           ---           (20)        (28)        2037     2039

TCR 4137

                                                                                                       2110
    COMMODITY:     BOXES, Viz.:
                   Boxes, wooden, KD.     Shook, Wooden, new or used.

                     20’            24’            40’            53’           CDV       VAL
           CL       (16)           (19)           ---            ---            2035      2035
                    (24)           (28)           ---            ---            1523      1523
                                                  (32)           (38)           1527      1527
                                                  (44)           (52)           1142      1142




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                   EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:          DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                                 Page No. 32
 # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                        8th Revised Page 33
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                 BETWEEN:      SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)                         ITEM
                                     AND:      AK POINTS     (See Page 21)                          NO.
                                                                                                   2111
    COMMODITY:     BOXES, Viz.:
                   Boxes, household shipping, lift vans, KD flat, lumber and
                   plywood combined.
                     20’          24’            40’           53’            CDV    VAL
          LCL       ---          ---            ---           ---            3994     ---
           CL       (20)         (24)           ---           ---            1446    1446
                                                (40)          (53)           1086    1086




TCR 4137

                                                                                                   2112
    COMMODITY:     BRICKS, BLOCKS, SLABS, TILE or RELATED ARTICLES, Viz.:
                   Bricks and Blocks, building, fire or paving, other than
                   glass or slate, in packages.

                   TILE, Clay or Earthenware, glazed or not glazed.

                      20’         24’            40’           53’            CDV     VAL
       LCL           ---         ---            ---           ---            3915     ---
     5,000           ---         ---            ---           ---            3415     ---
        CL          (24)         (28)           ---           ---            1054     1054
                    (36)         (44)           ---           ---             755      755
                                                (44)          (54)           1013     1013


NOTE 1:     Does not apply to precast panels or columns.         See Item 2868.




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                 EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:        DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                  5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                             Page No. 33
           # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          9th Revised Page 34

                                 SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                          NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds


                                BETWEEN:    SEATTLE, WA    (See Page 21)                              ITEM
                                    AND:    AK POINTS      (See Page 21)                              NO.

    COMMODITY:      BUILDINGS or HOUSES, KD and RELATED ARTICLES, Viz.:
                    Wall, Roof or Floor Sections, consisting of expanded plastic                      2119
                    insulating material, framed with wood, and may also be faced
                    with wallboard or metal.
                    Building Construction Sections, wooden, with or without
                    insulation, KD or flat. Buildings, Houses, fabricated or
                    portables, wooden, KD or in flat sections. (See Note 1)

                          20’         24’            40’          53’         CDV        VAL
              CL         (06)        (07)          ---            ---         4184       4184
                         (12)        (14)          ---            ---         2139       2139
                         (16)        (19)          ---            ---          1612      1612
                         (20)        (24)          ---            ---         1310       1310
                         (32)        (36)          ---            ---         1064       1064
                                                   (24)          (30)         1664       1664
                                                   (32)          (40)         1327       1327
                                                   (40)          (52)         1078       1078

 NOTE 1:     Rates also apply on the following commodities when shipped in the same
             shipment as the KD building or house: Accompanying hardware, nails,
             fasteners, electric wiring, heating equipment, air conditioning equip-
             ment, plumbing equipment, interior fixtures, paints, household appli-
             ances, cabinets, floor/wall ceiling coverings, fireplaces, wood stoves,
             insulation, roofing and miscellaneous furnishings.
 TCR 4137
                                                                                                      2121

    COMMODITY:      BUILDINGS, TRAILER HOUSES, MODULARS, or MOBILE HOMES, SU,
                    Sections, portable or fabricated, including buildings or
                    modulars with permanent axles and wheels attached:
                     (See Notes 1 through 9)

                                                                   CDV                VAL
          Units with permanent axles and wheels
          attached and steel frames
            AQ ....................................                1438               1773
          (1)Four (4) or more units per voyage .....               1274 (1)           1560



             (1)     Note 2 does not apply.

NOTE 1:      Rates are in cents per square foot, based on overall dimensions
             which include all protrusions, extensions and overhangs.



TCR 4137                                                     Items 2121 Concluded on Next Page .
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:     March 15, 2011                                                  EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:         DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                   5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                                Page No. 34
 Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          7th Revised Page 35
                                 SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                               BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                                   ITEM
                                   AND:   AK POINTS   (See Page 21)                                    NO.
BUILDING, HOUSES or MODULARS              (Concluded)                                                 2121
                                                                                                     Concld

NOTE 2:      Units exceeding 30,000 pounds will be subject to an additional charge
             of $10.72 per hundred weight on the weight in excess of 30,000 pounds.

NOTE 3:      Units exceeding 70’ in length will be rated at the applicable rate,
             plus ten (10%) percent.

NOTE 4:      Rates apply between Carrier’s terminals.

NOTE 5:      Items 340, 342, 568, and 750 do not apply.

NOTE 6:      All doors and windows must be covered with plywood. Units received
             with plastic covered outside walls will not be accepted unless
             openings are securely covered first with plywood or similar sub-
             stantial material. Carrier will not be responsible for any damage
             caused by wind, weather, or acts of God.

NOTE 7:      Carrier will not be liable for mechanical, frame or structural defi-
             ciencies unless through negligence of the Carrier, nor liable for
             damage to frame or structure caused by overloading of contents loaded
             inside the unit, nor external or internal panel damage or items
             connected thereto, as a result of the units bowing or twisting due to
             insufficient structural integrity.

             No contents other than factory installed equipment secured for ship-
             ment will be allowed inside the unit. In the event other items
             secured or not, are loaded inside the unit, Carrier may require all
             contents to be withdrawn and loaded into containers, with charges for
             the account of the party paying for the freight.

NOTE 8:      Carrier reserves the right to purchase damaged unit at a price not to
             exceed the declared value at the time of acceptance in lieu of
             repairing said unit. If no value is declared, Carriers’ maximum
             liability is $5,000.00.

NOTE 9:      All units must be prepaid, unless credit has been extended in writing
             by the carrier.




TCR 4137
           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                     EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:      DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                   5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                Page No. 35
Not Subject to Supplemental No. ▲14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                         ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          7th Revised Page 36
                                 SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                             BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                 AND:   AK POINTS   (See Page 21)                                     ITEM
                                                                                                       NO.
                                                                                                      2122
  COMMODITY:      BUILDINGS, MODULARS, SU, Sections with out permanent axles
                  or wheels attached, portable or fabricated: (See Notes)

                                                                           CDV            VAL

  AQ ......................................................               1442          1773
  Four (4) or more units per Voyage (1)...................                1274 (1)      1560 (1)

    (1)      Note 2 does not apply.

NOTE 1:      Rates are in dollars per square foot, based on overall dimensions
             which include all protrusions, extensions and overhangs

NOTE 2:      Used units exceeding 30,000 pounds will be subject to an additional
             charge of $10.72 per hundred weight on the weight in excess of 30,000

NOTE 3:      Rates apply between Carrier’s terminals.

NOTE 4:      Items 340, 342, 568, and 750 do not apply.

 NOTE 5:     All doors and windows must be covered with plywood. Units received
             with plastic covered outside walls will not be accepted unless
             openings are securely covered first with plywood or similar sub-
             stantial material. Carrier will not be responsible for any damage
             caused by wind, weather, or acts of God.

NOTE 6:      Carrier will not be liable for mechanical, frame or structural defi-
             ciencies unless through negligence of the Carrier, nor liable for
             damage to frame or structure caused by overloading of contents loaded
             inside the unit, nor external or internal panel damage or items
             connected thereto, as a result of the units bowing or twisting due to
             insufficient structural integrity.

             No contents other than factory installed equipment secured for ship-
             ment will be allowed inside the unit. In the event other items
             secured or not, are loaded inside the unit, Carrier may require all
             contents to be withdrawn and loaded into containers, with charges for
             the account of the party paying for the freight.

NOTE 7:      Carrier reserves the right to purchase damaged unit at a price not to
             exceed the declared value at the time of acceptance in lieu of
             repairing said unit. If no value is declared, Carriers’ maximum
             liability is $5,000.00.

NOTE 8:      At destination arrangements for wheels must be made by the shipper.
             Shipper must remove units from terminal upon discharge from vessel.
             Delay or standy time will be charged for at $467.00 per hour or
             fraction thereof.

NOTE 9:      All units must be prepaid, unless credit has been extended in writing
             by the carrier.



TCR 4137

           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                    EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:     DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                  5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                                Page No. 36
   # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                            ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                       9th Revised Page 37
                                   SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                            NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                 BETWEEN:    SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                             ITEM
                                     AND:    AK POINTS   (See Page 21)                              NO.
                                                                                                   2126


  COMMODITY:      BUILDING MATERIALS and OTHER ARTICLES, as described in
                  Item 1008, in mixed loads only. (See Notes 1 and 2).
                        20’          24’        40’         53’       CDV              VAL
                        (06)        (07)        ---         ---       4079            4079
  CL                    (12)        (14)        ---         ---       2079            2079
                        (16)        (19)        ---         ---       1849            1849
                        (30)        (36)        ---         ---       1147            1147
                        (36)        (44)        ---         ---        973             973
                         ---         ---       (12)        (15)       3209            3209
                         ---         ---       (30)        (38)       1361            1361
                         ---         ---       (44)        (52)       1110            1110


NOTE 1:        Item 882 shall not apply.

NOTE 2:        Rates shown shall also apply to commodities listed below.

               Item               Description
               2310               Electrical Equipment
               2332               Electrical Light Fixtures
               2340               Electrical Cable
               2510, 2512         Glass
               2530               Hardware
               2798               Plumbers Goods
               2129               Building Materials, Shakes or Shingles
               2133               Building Materials, as described




TCR 4137

       For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                   EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:          DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                             Page No. 37
Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                   ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                     7th Revised Page 38

                                 SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                          NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds


                                 BETWEEN:     SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                         ITEM
                                     AND:     AK POINTS   (See Page 21)                          NO.
                        MIN. WT. IN. LBS:                 (See Item 997)
                                                                                                2129


    COMMODITY:          BUILDING MATERIALS, Viz.:
                        Shakes or Wooden Shingles

                                                                    CDV          VAL


            LCL                   ...             ...              3915          ---



 NOTE 1:     For application of container load rates see Item 2126.




 TCR 4137


                                                                                                2133

    COMMODITY:      BUILDING MATERIALS   and OTHER ARTICLES, Viz.:
                    Building Woodwork,   as described under the heading of
                    “Building Woodwork   Group” in the NMFC; Wall Cabinet
                    Sections, KD or KD   Flat, Doors, Skylights, windows, NOI.
                    Window extrusions,   vinyl or aluminum.
                                                                          CDV     VAL
           LCL              ...             ...           ...           6179       ---

 NOTE 1:         Subject to a minimum of 9 pounds per cubic foot.
 NOTE 2:         For application of containerload rate see Item 2126.




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                  EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:        DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                  5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                         Page No. 38
Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                            7th Revised Page 39

                           SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                    NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                           BETWEEN: SEATTLE, WA: (See Page 21)                           ITEM
                               AND: AK POINTS    (See Page 21)                            NO.
                                                                                         2147



    COMMODITY: CANS, METAL, empty, in packages (See Note 1)

                    20’         24’        40’        53’        CDV        VAL
          CL        (07)       (8.5)      (14)       (16)        3333      2903
                    (18)       (22)       (34)       (40)        1556      2182
                    (34)       (40)       (48)       (56)        1284      1735

NOTE 1: Rates will also apply on can ends, when contained in the same shipment
        as cans described above.




 TCR 4137
                                                                                         2168


COMMODITY:     CEMENT, Viz.: Hydraulic, Masonry, Mortar, Natural or
               Portland, loaded to Carrier’s bulk tanks. (See Note 1)


                                          20’                    CDV        VAL


               CL                         (40)                   ---         ---


NOTE 1:    EXCEPTION TO ITEM 501. Detention of bulk container will begin when
           bulk container is not released in time to be returned to Seattle, WA
           on the voyage following arrival at destination. Detention charges
           will be $185.00 per voyage, when bulk container is not released to
           be returned to Seattle, WA.

NOTE 2:    Item 959 does not apply.




TCR 4076
 For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:  March 15, 2011                                    EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                       ISSUED BY: DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124       5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                   Page No. 39
 # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                        ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                            9th Revised Page 40
                                  SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                           NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                  BETWEEN:    SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                         ITEM
                                      AND:    AK POINTS   (See Page 21)
                                                                                                          NO.
                                                                                                         2175

  COMMODITY:        CEMENT and RELATED ARTICLES, in packages, Viz.:       (See
                    Below)
                           20’         24’        40’         53’                CDV         VAL

                           ---         ---           ---          ---            3340        ---
        LCL                ---         ---           ---          ---            2961        ---
      5,000                ---         ---           ---          ---            2105        ---
     10,000
        CL                 (24)       (28)           ---          ---            1003       1003
                           (36)       (42)           (44)         (56)            813       813

Viz:,                                                       Grout
Agents, air entraining                                      Lime
Anhydrous Sodium Carbonate                                  Magnesite
Cement, high temperature bonding.                           Mud or Compounds, well drilling.
Cement, hydraulic masonry, mortar                           Plaster
        natural or portland.                                Plasticizer, Concrete or Masonry.
Clay, NOI                                                   Sand
Colloidal Clay (Bentonite)                                  Soda Ash
Fire Clay                                                   Stucco
Fly Ash                                                     Water Reducing compounds
Gravel

TCR 4137

                                                                                                         2176
  COMMODITY:        CHEMICALS GROUP, Viz: (See Notes 1 through 3).
                    Non RCRA waste, Household waste, Asbestos waste (1),
                    construction debris
                          20’            24’           40’           CDV                   VAL

           LCL            ---            ---               ---            4588             ---
           CL            (24)            (28)              ---            1727             1727
                         (30)            (38)              (44)           1473             1473


  (1)            Shipments of asbestos will be moved in 20' containers only, and are
                 subject to paragraph (F.) of AKMR 100, Item 545.

NOTE 1:          Rates will not apply to any shipment which requires an Environmental
                 Protection Agency manifest. See Item 2535 for shipments that are
                 Environmental Protection Agency regulated.

NOTE 2:          Carrier will accept shipments described above only after shipper has
                 provided all the necessary documents as requested by Carrier and has
                 satisfied all notification requirements of Environment Canada.

NOTE 3:          Rate, without discount, applies Southbound.

TCR 4137

        For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                  EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:         DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                   5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                                   Page No. 40
 # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                      ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                      10th Revised Page 41
                                SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                         NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                         BETWEEN:      SEATTLE, WA        (See Page 21)
                                                                                                    ITEM
                         AND:          AK POINTS          (See Page 21)
                                                                                                     NO.
                                                                                                    2179
  COMMODITY:      EXPLOSIVES, Viz.: (See Notes 1 through 4)
                  Blasting Agent, Type E, Hazard Class Division 1.5
                        20’            24’           40’           CDV                VAL

      CL             (DO)(40)             ---           ---          1564             1564


NOTE 1:        Service available only by prior approval of the Carrier.

NOTE 2:        Rate includes return of empty shipper-owned containers/tanks to
               Carrier's Seattle, WA terminal.

NOTE 3:        Carrier will accept reservations for limited space available for this
               commodity; however, a $113.00 cancellation fee is due, if the reser-
               vation is later cancelled or if cargo is not shipped on the reserved
               voyage.

NOTE 4:        Bill of Lading description must conform to the requirements of the
               U. S. Department of Transportation hazardous materials regulations.

TCR 4137


  COMMODITY:      CHEMICAL GROUPS and ACIDS, NOS: As described under                                2180
                  that heading in the NMFC: (See Note 1)
                        20’         24’         40’       53’        CDV               VAL

                       ---          ---          ---          ---         4371          ---
        LCL            ---          ---          ---          ---         3517          ---
      5,000            ---          ---          ---          ---         3198          ---
     10,000
                       (24)         (28)         ---          ---           912         912
                       (42)         (44)         ---          ---           669         669
      CL               ---          ---          (48)         (56)          908         908


NOTE 1:        Rates apply only to items not fit for human consumption.




TCR 4137


      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                 5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                              Page No. 41
  # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                      ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                    8th Revised Page 42
                                SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                         NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                               BETWEEN: SEATTLE,WA      (See Page 21)                              ITEM
                                   AND: AK POINTS       (See Page 21)                               NO.

                                                                                                   2203

  COMMODITY:      CHEMICALS and OTHER ARTICLES, Viz.:      (See below)

                       20’          24’           40’           53       CDV                VAL

                       ---         ---           ---            ---      4371         ---
        LCL            ---         ---           ---            ---      3517         ---
      5,000            ---         ---           ---            ---      2340         ---
     10,000
                       (24)         (28)         ---           ---       1072         1072
      CL               (30)         (36)         (44)          (56)      1012         1012

Viz:,
Anti-Freeze Alcohol (See Note 1)                 Methyl Alcohol
Compounds, water absorption or                   Polymer
 anti-icing, motor fuel, liquid                  Proprietary Anti-Freeze or Engine
Gel Paks                                          Coolant Preparations (See Note 2)
Heat Transfer Agent or Media                     Proprietary De-Icing Compounds
 (See Note 4)                                     (See Note 3)
Inhibited Glycol                                 Triethylene Glycol
Methanol

NOTE 1:        Applies only on Isopropyl or Isopropanol Alcohol.

NOTE 2:        Applies only on proprietary anti-freeze or engine coolant preparations
               made from denatured ethyl alcohol, methanol, ethylene glycol, propylene
               glycol, dipropylene glycol, diethylene glycol, hexylene glycol or tri-
               ethylene glycol, with or without inhibitors.

NOTE 3:        Applies only on preparations containing alcohols or glycols, with or
               without inhibitors.

NOTE 4:        Applies only on proprietary heat transfer agents or media consisting
               of glycol ether, ethylene glycol, propylene glycol, diphenyl and di-
               phenyl oxide mixtures or o-dichlorobenzeen, with or without inhibitors.




TCR 4137

      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                 5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                             Page No. 42
       Not Subject to Supplement No.         14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                             ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                                    8th Revised Page 43
                                   SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                             NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                    BETWEEN: SEATTLE,WA      (See Page 21)                                        ITEM
                                        AND: AK POINTS       (See Page 21)                                         NO.
                                                                                                                 2240
                       COMMODITY:     CHEMICALS, De-Icing fluids, glycols, in bulk tanks.
                                                    20’                            CDV              VAL
                 CL                                4,500                           ---              ---
NOTE 1:          Rate is in dollars and cents per U.S. gallon.
NOTE 2:          Consignee must remove all contents at destination prior to return to the
                 Carrier. When Carrier is required to remove and dispose of residue, all
                 costs of such services will be to the account of the consignee.
NOTE 3:          EXCEPTION TO AKMR 100, SERIES, ITEM 510: Detention of bulk container will
                 begin when bulk container is not released in time to be returned to
                 Seattle, WA on the voyage following its arrival. Detention
                 charges will be as listed in AKMR 100, series, Item 501.
TCR 4076
                                                                                                                 2244

  COMMODITY:        CONTAINER, SHIPPER OWNED, Viz.: Freight, SU, not to
                    exceed 8’6” wide, empty. (See Notes 1 through 8).

                                                                             CDV                  VAL

  20'   Container   .........................................          $1,525.00                $1,682.00
  24'   Container   .........................................          $2,135.00                $2,348.00
  40'   Container   .........................................          $2,741.00                $3,016.00
  53'   Container   .........................................          $3,839.00                $4,031.00
NOTE   1:        Rates are in dollars per container.
NOTE   2:        Rates do not include pickup or delivery.
NOTE   3:        Rates are between Carriers terminals only.
NOTE   4:        Carrier reserves right to load empty container with cargo of
                 Carrier's choice. Rates named in this item shall apply whether
                 or not Carrier loads container with cargo or transports container empty.
NOTE 5:          Rates do not apply to modified containers or containers
                 incompatible with Carrier's operations.
NOTE 6:          Rates do not apply to wheeled trailers.
NOTE 7:          Transportation of equipment moving subject to this item, whether
                 empty or loaded, shall be at the sole discretion and convenience
                 of the Carrier. Neither reservation of vessel space nor
                 acceptance of equipment is a guarantee that it will move on a
                 specific sailing.
NOTE 8:          Containers must be wind and water tight, structurally sound, and
                 compatible with Carrier’s operations.
TCR 4137


  COMMODITY:        CONTAINER, REFUGE, SALVAGE or WASTE, Conveying
                    or Dumping Type, iron or steel, for use with                                                 2250
                    joists or lift trucks, with or without casters,
                    nested or not nested.
                          20’         24’         40’        53’                         CDV        VAL

       CL (T)             (06)        (10)            (12)          (15)                 4133        4133


TCR 4137

            For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:     March 15, 2011                                                      EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:        DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                     5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                            Page No. 43
 # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.

TARIFF NO. 312
                                       ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                     9th Revised Page 44
                                SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                         NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                   BETWEEN: SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                 ITEM
                                       AND: AK POINTS (See Page 21)
                                                                                                  NO.
                                                                                                 2266
  COVERINGS, Floor as described in : Items 70500 through 71020, 182355,
  182510, 182600 and 188210 of the NMFC, and related articles.

                        20’          24’          40’        53’          CDV       VAL

      LCL               ---          ---          ---        ---          5578       ---

NOTE 1:        Subject to a minimum charge of 9 pounds per cubic foot.

NOTE 2:        For application of container load rates, see Item 2126.

TCR 4137



    CRAB POTS OR TRAPS, SU, Nested, or KD (See Notes 1 through 3).
                                                                                                 2270
                             20’      24’          40’       53’          CDV      VAL

          LCL (1)            ---      ---         ---        ---          453      ---


          CL            (12)        (14)          (20)     (24)         2517       2517


      (1)        Rates are in cents per cubic foot.

NOTE 1:        Rates apply between Carrier’s terminals only.

NOTE 2:        CL rates are in cents per one hundred pounds.

NOTE 3:        Item 882 does not apply.




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:     March 15, 2011                                               EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                 5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                           Page No. 44
Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                   7th Revised Page 45
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                 BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                ITEM
                                     AND:   AK. POINTS (See Page 21)
                                                                                                 NO.
                                                                                                2310

            COMMODITY:      ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT, as described in Item 1015.
                            (See Notes 1 and 2)
                                                                   CDV           VAL
      LCL                      ---         ---         ---         5242          ---
    2,000                      ---         ---         ---         4247          ---
    5,000                      ---         ---         ---         3990          ---

NOTE 1:        LCL rates are subject to a minimum of 9 pounds per cubic foot.
NOTE 2:        For applications of container load rates see Item 2126.

TCR 4137
                                                                                                2332

            COMMODITY:      ELECTRICAL LIGHT FIXTURES GROUP, Viz.: Electrical
                            Connector Boxes; Electrical Lamps; Electrical Light
                            Fixtures; Electrical Lighting Poles and Standards,
                            other than wooden; Electrical Lighting Transformers,
                            not exceeding 25 pounds each.

                                                                        CDV      VAL
       LCL                    ---           ---          ---            5242     ---
     2,000                    ---           ---          ---            4084     ---
     5,000                    ---           ---          ---            3990     ---


NOTE 1:        Subject to a minimum of 9 pounds per cubic foot.

NOTE 2:        For application of container load rates see Item 2126.




TCR 4137




      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                            EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:   DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124             5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                        Page No. 45
Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                               7th Revised Page 45-A
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                BETWEEN:      SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)
                                    AND:      AK POINTS     (See Page 21)                       ITEM
                       MIN. WT. IN LBS.:                    (See Item 997)                       NO.
                                                                                                2340
    COMMODITY:    ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT, Wire, electrical, brass, aluminum
                  or copper, plain, covered or insulated. Transmission
                  cable, copper clad wire, Cable, electric as listed in
                  Items 61150, 61160 and 61170 of the NMFC.
                                                                      CDV       VAL
       LCL           ...             ...              ...             5242      ---
     2,000           ...             ...              ...             4247      ---
     5,000           ...             ...              ...             3990      ---




      NOTE 1:    For application of container load rates see Item 2126.




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                 5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                       Page No. 45A
 # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                                 8th Revised Page 46
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                      BETWEEN:       SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)                            ITEM
                                          AND:       AK POINTS     (See Page 21)                             NO.
                                                                                                            2350
    COMMODITY:          FERTILIZERS and HORTICULTURAL ARTICLES,
                        as described in Item 1016.

                                     20’          24’       40’         53’            CDV     VAL
                  LCL               ---           ---        ---        ---           4371     ---
                5,000               ---           ---        ---        ---           4016     ---
                  CL               (10)           (12)       ---        ---           2495     2495
                                   (22)           (28)       ---        ---           1190     1190
                                    ---           ---       (20)        (24)          2202     2202
                                    ---           ---       (40)        (52)          1156     1156


TCR 4137

                                                                                                            2365
    COMMODITY:          FIRE EXTINGUISHERS, Per NMFC Item 69180, 69185, 69190,
                        69220 and 69280.
                        FIRE FIGHTING HOSE CARTS OR REELS, Per NMFC Item 69280.
                        TANKS, AIR PRESSURE, NEW, EMPTY, per NMFC Item 180790.

                          20’              24’               40’               CDV             VAL
          LCL              ---             ---               ---               6196           ---
          CL              (16)             (19)             (32)               ---            ---




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                       EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:              DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                        5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                                      Page No. 46
 Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                        7th Revised Page 47
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                  BETWEEN:      SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)                        ITEM
                                      AND:      AK POINTS     (See Page 21)                         NO.
                                                                                                   2380
    COMMODITY:       FOODSTUFFS, Viz.: (See Note 1)
                     Beverages, in packages, flavored or phosphated, not in-
                     cluding extracts, syrups in containers of greater than
                     five gallon capacity, nor alcoholic beverages
                     or liquors; Water, Mineral, Plain, NOI.
                       20’         24’         40’           53’        CDV           VAL
       LCL             ---          ---         ---          ---        3176         ---
     2,000             ---          ---         ---          ---        2724         ---
        CL            (10)         (12)        (20)         (28)        2429         3425
                      (17)         (20)        (30)         (36)        1998         2104
                      (24)         (28)        (42)         (50)        1520         1839
                      (28)         (32)         ---          ---        1445         1768


NOTE 1:    Rates will also apply on ice making machines or merchandise vending
           machines, moving in mixed shipments with commodities named in this Item.

TCR 4137
                                                                                                   2401

    COMMODITY:       FOODSTUFFS and OTHER ARTICLES, as described in Item 1019.
                       20’          24’          40’         53’         CDV         VAL
       LCL             ---          ---         ---          ---        3176         ---
     2,000             ---          ---         ---          ---        2724         ---
        CL            (10)         (12)        (20)         (28)        2429         3425
                      (17)         (20)        (30)         (36)        1998         2104
                      (24)         (28)        (42)         (50)        1520         1839
                      (28)         (32)         ---          ---        1445         1768

NOTE 1:         Item 882 does not apply.

NOTE 2:         Rates named in this Item will also apply on commodities not described
                herein, providing the weight of such commodities does not exceed ten
                (10%) percent of the total weight of the shipment.

NOTE 3:         Rates named herein will not apply on articles requiring refrigeration
                or temperature control.

TCR 4137

                                                                                                   2415
    COMMODITY:       FOODSTUFFS, as described in Item 1019 with (1) reference.

                      20’          24’           40’          53’             CDV     VAL
          LCL         ---          ---           ---          ---         6886        ---


NOTE 1:         For application of container load rate, see Item 2401.


TCR 4137

      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                  EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:         DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                   5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                             Page No. 47
  # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          8th Revised Page 48
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                   BETWEEN:      SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)                         ITEM
                                       AND:      AK POINTS     (See Page 21)                          NO.

    COMMODITY:       FREIGHT , NOS, in straight or mixed shipments.
                     (See Notes 1 and 2)                                                             2420
                      20’          24’            40’           53’            CDV       VAL
          CL          (06)         (08)            ---          ---            4580     4580
                      (12)         (14)            ---          ---            2755     2755
                      (16)         (19)           ---           ---            2349     2349
                      (20)         (24)           ---           ---            2075     2075
                      (24)         (29)           ---           ---            1840     1840
                      35)          (42)           ---           ---            1374     1374
                      ---           ---           (12)          (16)           4146     4146
                      ---           ---           (24)          (32)           2196     2196
                      ---           ---           (32)          (42)           1732     1732
                      ---           ---           (40)          (52)           1455     1455


    NOTE 1:    Rates published in this item will not apply on the following
               articles:

               (A)     Automobiles, passenger freight
               (B)     Acids, liquid
               (C)     Ammunition
               (D)     Explosives
               (E)     Freight requiring refrigeration
               (F)     Livestock
               (G)     Radioactive Materials
               (H)     Poisons
               (I)     Household Goods
               (J)     Freight otherwise described in commodity sections of
                          this tariff.

    NOTE 2:    EXCEPTIONS:    Not subject to Items 645 and 882.




TCR 4137


      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                   EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:          DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                               Page No. 48
     # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                         8th Revised Page 49
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                  BETWEEN:      SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)                         ITEM
                                      AND:      AK POINTS     (See Page 21)                          NO.
                                                                                                    2445
    COMMODITY:      FUEL, VIZ.: Presto Logs, Pellets, in bags, Viz.: Coal
                    Forest slash or Agricultural waste residues, compressed.
                    (See Note 1)
                      20’         24’           40’           53’         CDV           VAL


       LCL           ---           ---            ---           ---           3921      ---
      2000           ---           ---            ---           ---           3362      ---
       CL            (10)         (12)           ---           ---            2257     2257
                     (16)         (20)           ---           ---            1709     1709
                     (24)         (28)           ---           ---            1252     1252
                     (28)         (32)           ---           ---            1234     1234
                                                 (32)          (36)           1295     1295
                                                 (44)           50)           948      948

    NOTE 1:     Rates also apply on accompanying freight not named in this item,
                providing the weight of such accompanying freight does not exceed
                five (5%) percent of the total shipments.

TCR 4137


                                                                                                    2455


    COMMODITY:      FURNITURE, as described under the heading “Furniture
                    Group” in the NMFC; other than KD, KD Flat or Folded
                    Flat Futons, as described in Item 149265 of the NMFC
                     20’          24’            40’           53’            CDV       VAL



          LCL        ---          ---            ---           ---            7885     ---
                     (05)         (06)           ---           ---            5298     5298
                     (07)         (09)           ---           ---            4398     4398
                                                 (10)          (12)           4415     4415
                                                 (14)          (17)           3359     3359




TCR 4137

      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                  EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:         DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                   5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                              Page No. 49
     # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                           9th Revised Page 50
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                  BETWEEN:        SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)                         ITEM
                                      AND:        AK POINTS     (See Page 21)                          NO.
                                                                                                      2476
    COMMODITY:      FURNITURE, Viz.: as described under the heading
                    “Furniture Group” in the NMFC: KD, KD Flat or
                    Folded Flat.
                      20’         24’           40’          53’                CDV       VAL

          LCL         ---          ---             ---           ---            5065     ---

          CL          (07)         (09)            ---           ---            3725     3725
                      (14)          (16)           ---           ---            2208     2208
                      ---           ---            (14)          (17)           3104     3104
                      ---           ---            (28)          (33)           1656     1656




TCR 4137


                                                                                                      2497

    COMMODITY:      GAS, LIQUID PETROLEUM, in steel cylinders (See Note 1)

                       20’               24’              40’             CDV            VAL
          LCL          ---               ---              ---             5139          ---
                       (17)              ---              ---             2220         2220
          CL
                       (30)              ---              ---             1949         1949


NOTE 1:         Rates include return of empty cylinders only when moving in
                conjunction with Northbound full cylinders. Bill of lading must
                make reference to prior Northbound freight bill number.




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                    EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:           DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                     5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                                Page No. 50
  # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                            ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                                 8th Revised Page 51
                                     SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                               NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                     BETWEEN:    SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)                                ITEM
                                         AND:    AK POINTS     (See Page 21)                                 NO.
                                                                                                            2499
    COMMODITY:        GAS, NOS, in steel cylinders or Scuba tanks, full (See Note 1)


                       20’           24’          40’            53            CDV             VAL
           LCL          ---           ---          ---          ---            5345           ---
           CL          (17)          (20)         ---           ---            1374           1374
                       (30)          (36)         ---           ---             983            983
                                                  (36)          (44)            1145          1145
                                                  (46)          (52)            1024          1024

NOTE 1:          Rates include return of empty cylinders only when moving in
                 conjunction with Northbound full cylinders. Bill of lading must
                 make reference to prior Northbound freight bill number.

TCR 4137



                                                                                                            2505
    COMMODITY:        GEAR, FISHING, New or Used, Viz.: Bait Jars, Floats,
                      Gangens, Hooks, Life Preservers, Nets or Netting, Poles,
                      Reels, Snaps, Swivels, Rope, Marine Hardware
                        20’         24’           40’           53’          CDV             VAL
           LCL          ---          ---          ---           ---          5625             ---
           CL          (10)          (12)         ---           ---          2714            2714
                       (20)          (24)         ---           ---          1488            1488
                                                  (18)         (20)          2297            2297
                                                  (36)         (40)          1259            1259

TCR 4137
                                                                                                            2510

     COMMODITY:        GLASS, Viz.: Automobile, Boat, Flat, NOI, window, without
                       frames, in enclosed wooden cases or factory sealed boxes

                                                    CDV                                VAL
               LCL     .....                        4954                               ---
             5,000     .....                        4356                               ---
            10,000     .....                        3714                               ---

NOTE 1:          For application of containerload rates, see Item 2126.
TCR 4137
                                                                                                            2512

     COMMODITY:        GLASS, VIZ.: Automobile, Boat, flat, NOI, window, without
                       frames, not packaged in enclosed wooden cases or boxes.

                                                    CDV                                VAL
               LCL     .....                        8621                               ---
             5,000     .....                        7582                               ---
            10,000     .....                        6639                               ---

TCR 4137
            For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:     March 15, 2011                                                      EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:        DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                     5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                      Page No. 51
# Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                     8th Revised Page 52
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                    BETWEEN: SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                ITEM
                                        AND: AK POINTS (See Page 21)
                                                                                                 NO.
                                                                                                2530

            COMMODITY:         HARDWARE and OTHER ARTICLES, as described in Item 1020.
                               (See Notes 1, 2 and 3).
                         20’           24’       40’         53’       CDV         VAL
      LCL                ---           ---        ---        ---        3968       ---
    2,000                ---           ---        ---        ---        3650       ---
    5,000                ---           ---        ---        ---        3494       ---


NOTE 1:        Subject to a minimum of 9 pounds per cubic foot.

NOTE 2:        Rates apply only on mixed shipments of five (5) or more articles, as
               described in Item 1020, of which no one article may exceed fifty (50%)
               percent of the billed weight of the shipment.

NOTE 3:        For application of container load rates, see Item 2126.

TCR 4137
                                                                                                2535

            COMMODITY:         HAZARDOUS WASTE: As so designated by the Enviromental
                               Protection Agency. (See Notes 1 through 4)

                                       20’                   CDV                VAL
              CL                     (40)                  1723                1723



NOTE 1:        Hazardous Waste Shipments must conform to rules as listed in Tariff
               STB AKMR 100, series, Items 542 and 545.

NOTE 2:        Items 340, 342, 645 and 882 do not apply.

NOTE 3:        Rate, without discount, applies Southbound.

NOTE 4:        Rates apply to Shipper Load and Count 20’ containers which have
               been designed for this commodity exclusively. Item 959 does
               not apply.




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                  EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:         DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                   5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                          Page No. 52
    # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                               12th Revised Page 53
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                  BETWEEN:    SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                ITEM
                                      AND:    AK POINTS (See Page 21)
                                                                                                 NO.


            COMMODITY:     HOUSEHOLD GOODS, EMIGRANT MOVEABLES and PESONAL EFFECTS.             2539
                           (See Notes 1 through 7).
                         20’         24’       40’        53’        CDV        VAL
      LCL                ---        ---         ---       ---        6574        ---
    2,000                ---        ---         ---       ---        6245        ---

           CL            (06)       (07)          ---         ---         4129    4129
                                                  (12)       (16)         3212    3212



NOTE 1:         All shipments are predicated on a release value not exceeding $.60 per
                pound, per article; however, shipper has the option to declare a
                higher released value, subject to the provisions as listed in Item 560.

NOTE 2:         Container load rates apply only to shipper loaded/consignee uploaded
                containers.

NOTE 3:         EXCEPTION TO ITEM 995: Maximum allowance will be 10% of
                Carrier’s scaled weight on shipper load/consignee unload containers.

NOTE 4:         Rates apply between Carrier’s terminals only (DO).

NOTE 5:         LCL shipments must be packed in accordance with the provisions of Item
                100282 of the NMFC.

NOTE 6:         Items 882 and 959 do not apply.

NOTE 7:         Item 560 shall apply.




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                 5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                         Page No. 53
# Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                        ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                       9th Revised Page 54
                                 SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                          NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                    BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                    ITEM
                                        AND:   AK POINTS   (See Page 21)
                                                                                                     NO.
                                                                                                    2546
  COMMODITY:       INSULATING MATERIAL, NOS, as described under the heading
                   “Insulating Materials” in the NMFC. (See Note 1)

                 VOLUME       20’          24’         40’        53’       CDV        VAL

   LCL                       ---           ---         ---        ---      16392       ---
    CL                       (03)          ---         ---        ---       7666       7666
                             (06)          ---         ---        ---       4290       4290
                             ---           (04)        ---        ---       6709       6709
                             ---           (08)        ---        ---       4290       4290
                             ---           ---         (06)       ---       5772       5772
                             ---           ---         (12)       ---       3198       3198
                             ---           ---         ---        (08)      5411       5411
                             ---           ---         ---        (16)      2998       2998


NOTE 1:         Rate applies only to rolls, batts, bags, or boxes and specifically
                excludes rigid sheet or insulation board.


TCR 4137



                                                                                                    2574
  COMMODITY:       IRON and STEEL ARTICLES, as described under the heading
                   “Iron and Steel Articles” in the NMFC, rated Class 60 or
                   lower, and other articles as described in Item 1021
                   Groups I, II, III.

                              20’          24’         40’        53’       CDV        VAL

              LCL             ---          ---         ---        ---      3053         ---
            5,000             ---          ---         ---        ---      2472         ---
           10,000             ---          ---         ---        ---      2181         ---

           CL                (24)          (28)        ---        ---       1065       1065
                             (36)          (48)        ---        ---        795       795
                             ---           ---         (42)       ---        916       916
                             ---           ---         (54)       ---        789       789
                             ---           ---         ---        (52)       925       925
                             ---           ---         ---        (58)       919       919




TCR 4137

      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                               EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:      DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                              Page No. 54
   # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                          ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                        9th Revised Page 55
                                   SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                            NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                      BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                     ITEM
                                          AND:   AK POINTS   (See Page 21)
                                                                                                      NO.
                                                                                                     2600
  COMMODITY:         IRON or STEEL ARTICLES, Pipe and Fittings, Cast Iron,
                     Ductile (without structural fabrication) or Wrought
                     Iron. (See Note 1)

                                20’          24’         40’          53     CDV        VAL

              LCL               ---          ---         ---        ---      3085        ---
            5,000               ---          ---         ---        ---      2497        ---
           10,000               ---          ---         ---        ---      2204        ---

                CL             (24)          (24)        (42)       (52)     1063       1063



NOTE 1:        Rates also apply on pipe as described herein, when wholly or partially
               coated and/or lined with a compound having tar or asphalt base or when
               wholly or partially lined and/or coated or wrapped with felt fabric,
               cotton fabric or paper, with or without a coating of a compound having
               a tar or asphalt base or when wholly or partially coated or lined with
               cement or mortar.




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                 EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:        DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                  5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                               Page No. 55
          # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                       ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                       9th Revised Page 56
                                SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                         NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                  BETWEEN: SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                   ITEM
                                     AND: AK POINTS:   (See Page 21)
                                                                                                    NO.
                                                                                                   2601
  COMMODITY:      CULVERT, ALUMINUM, IRON or STEEL, or PLASTIC;
                  SU, Bundled, not exceeding 8’ wide or 8’6” high.     (See
                  Notes 1 and 2)

                                                       CDV                        VAL

   LCL                                                465 (1)                     ---
            Per Bundle NX 24’ in OAL. (T)           $2963.00 (2)              $2963.00 (2)
            Per Bundle NX 30’ in OAL. (T)           $4200.00 (2)              $4200.00 (2)
            Per Bundle NX 40’ in OAL. (T)           $4619.00 (2)              $4619.00 (2)




(1)            Rate is in cents per cubic foot.

(2)            Rates are in dollars per banded bundle.

NOTE 1:        Shipment must be steel strapped into lifts able to be handled by fork-
               lift.

NOTE 2:        Rates also apply to culvert with bottoms attached.




TCR 4137
         For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                               EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:      DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                             Page No. 56
         # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                        ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                      6th Revised Page 56-A
                                 SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                          NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                  BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)
                                                                                                     ITEM
                                      AND:   AK POINTS:    (See Page 21)
                                                                                                      NO.
                                                                                                     2613

  COMMODITY:      LIFE RAFTS, KD, as described in NMFC Items 24660, 24662,
                  and 24663.

                    20’         24’            40’            53’          CDV          VAL

   LCL             ...           ...           ...            ...          5578         ---

    CL             (06)         (7.2)          (12)          (14)          3901         3901




TCR 4137
         For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                               EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:      DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                              Page No. 56A
 Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                      7th Revised Page 57
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                  BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)
                                                                                                   ITEM
                                      AND:   AK POINTS:    (See Page 21)
                                                                                                    NO.
                                                                                                   2623

  COMMODITY:      LIQUORS, Alcoholic, NOI; Alcoholic, NOS, cartons and
                  boxes must be sealed.

                    20’         24’            40’             53’         CDV        VAL
   LCL              ...         ...            ...            ...          4192       ---
  10,000            ...         ...            ...            ...          2516       ---

    CL             (24)         (28)           (36)          (48)          1901       1788

NOTE 1:     Item 882 does not apply.

TCR 4137


                                                                                                   2630


  COMMODITY:      LIQUORS, BEVERAGES, Viz.: Ale, Beer
                  Beer, non-alcoholic, Port, Stout, Vermouth, Wines, NOI

                   20’          24’            40’             53’         CDV        VAL
   LCL              ...          ...            ...           ...          2700        ...
  10,000            ...          ...            ...           ...          2025        ...
                   (24)         (28)           (36)          (48)          1519       1505
    CL             (28)         (33)           (44)          ...           1452       1402




TCR 4137
         For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                               EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:      DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                             Page No. 57
   # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                        ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                     10th Revised Page 58
                                 SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                          NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                  BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                   ITEM
                                      AND:   AK POINTS   (See Page 21)
                                                                                                    NO.

                                                                                                   2648
 COMMODITY:      LUMBER, VIZ.: Manufactured Joist, in packages, I-Beam
                 joist consisting of plywood or ground woodboard webbing
                 and laminated veneer or lumber flanges, laminated veneer
                 lumber, wood I-Beam end caps and blocking, including
                 necessary hardware for assembly, (Trade names may be
                 shown as TJI or BCI or another name).

                    20’           24’          40’           53’         CDV          VAL
       LCL          ---          ---          ---           ---          3230         ---
     5,000          ---          ---          ---           ---          2350         ---
    10,000          ---          ---          ---           ---          1762         ---
        CL         (24)          ---          ---           ---          1166         1166
                   (36)          ---          ---           ---           905          905
                                 (28)         ---           ---          1199         1199
                                 (48)         ---           ---           815          815
                                              (42)          ---          1166         1166
                                              (54)          ---          1983          983
                                                            (52)         1091         1091
                                                            (58)         1097         1097

TCR 4137


                                                                                                   2651

 COMMODITY:      LUMBER, Boards or Sheets, flat, Viz.: Particle Board;
                 Paneling, NOS; Plywood; Waferboard, Orientated Strand
                 Board, (OSB); Wood, built up or combined, NOI; Hardipanel

                    20’           24’           40’          53’         CDV          VAL
       LCL          ---           ---          ---           ---         2853         ---
     5,000          ---           ---          ---           ---         2280         ---
    10,000          ---           ---          ---           ---         1694         ---
        CL         (24)          ---          ---           ---          933          933
                   (36)          ---          ---           ---          724          724
                    ---          (28)         ---           ---          959          959
                    ---          (48)         ---           ---          652          652
                    ---          ---          (42)          ---          933          933
                    ---          ---          (54)          ---          786          786
                    ---          ---          ---           (52)         939          939
                    ---          ---          ---           (58)         914          914




TCR 4137

      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                               EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:      DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                             Page No. 58
  # Not Subject to Supplement NO. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                      ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                   1st Revised Page 58-A
                               SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                        NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                 BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                ITEM
                                     AND:   AK POINTS   (See Page 21)
                                                                                                 NO.

 COMMODITY:      LUMBER, VIZ.: Lumber Rough or Surfaced, NOS, NOS; TIES,
                 Railroad; TIMBERS; SURVEY STAKES; GLU LAMINATED BEAMS,
                 In straight forms laminated or buildup; FIBRE and                              2658
                 CEMENT, Combined, Haridplank
                  ***        20’         24’       40’        53’        CDV         VAL
      LCL         ---        ---         ---       ---       ---        2853         ---
    5,000         ---        ---         ---       ---       ---        2259         ---
   10,000         ---        ---         ---       ---       ---        1694         ---
       CL                    (24)        ---       ---       ---           933         933
                             (36)        ---       ---       ---           724         724
                             ---          28)      ---       ---           959         959
                             ---        (48)       ---       ---           652         652
                             ---         ---      (42)       ---           933         933
                             ---         ---      (54)       ---           786         786
                             ---         ---       ---       (52)          939         939
                             ---         ---       ---       (58)          914         914




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                             EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:    DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124              5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                        Page No. 58A
Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                         ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                       7th Revised Page 59
                                   SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                            NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                    BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                  ITEM
                                        AND:   AK POINTS   (See Page 21)
                                                                                                   NO.
                                                                                                  2660
 COMMODITY:     LUMBER Viz.:       Poles or Piling, treated or untreated.
                (See Notes 1, 2 and 3)
                                                               CDV                    VAL
           (T) Any Quantity up to 24’ in length ......        2853                   ---

           (T) Up to and including 40’ in length;
             Min weight per lift 30,000 ..............               1458            1662

           (T) Lengths over 54’ but not over 65’;
             Min weight per lift 30,000 ..............               1518            1731

           (T) Lengths over 65’ but not over 75’;
             Min. weight per lift 30,000 .............               2053            2340

           (T) Lengths over 75’ but not over 85’; ....
             MIn. weight per lift 30,000 .............               2469            2814

           (T) Lengths over 75’ but not over 85’;
             Min. weight per lift 30,000 .............               2850            3157

           (T) Lengths over 85’ but not over 95’;
             Min. weight per lift 30,000 .............               3228            3681

           (T) Lengths over 95’ but not over 105’;
             Min. weight per lift 30,000 .............               3609            4114

           (T) Lengths over 105’;
             Min. weight per lift 30,000 .............               3992            4550




NOTE 1:        Shipper must show the number of poles and piling in each length group,
               together with the gross weight of each length of piling. Total gross
               weight of the entire shipment, of all sizes shipped, will be used to
               determine the rate basis for each length shipped.

NOTE 2:        EXCEPTION:    AKMR 100, series, Item 568 (A) (I) shall not apply.

NOTE 3:        Shipments exceeding 40’ in overall length will move between Carriers
               Terminals only.




TCR 4137

      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                 5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                            Page No. 59
 # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                         ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                        10th Revised Page 60
                                 SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                          NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                    BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)
                                                                                                      ITEM
                                        AND:   AK POINTS:    (See Page 21)
                                                                                                       NO.

  COMMODITY:       MACHINERY or MACHINES or PARTS THEREOF and OTHER ARTICLES,
                   as described in Item 1025 (See Notes 1 through 3)                                  2686

                              20’          24’         40’            53’    CDV        VAL

          PART I.:
                                                                             4855        ---
             LCL

          CL (1)             (10)          (12)        ---            ---    2471        2471
                             (16)          (19)        ---            ---    1961        1961
                             (24)          (28)        ---            ---    1442        1442
                             (30)          (36)        ---            ---    1304        1304
                             (40)          (42)        ---            ---    1176        1176
                             ---           ---         (20)           (28)   1853        1853
                             ---           ---         (32)           (45)   1226        1226
                             ---           ---         (44)           (60)   1031        1031
  PART II.:    (2) (3)                                       5,000           2957        2957
     Rates apply between                                     10,000          2477        2477
     Carriers’ Seattle, WA                                   16,000          1977        1977
     Terminal and Alaska                                     24,000          1890        1890
     Terminal.                                               30,000          1713        1713
                                                             40,000          1463        1463
                                                             50,000          1231        1231
  PART III.:       (4)                                                       2898        2898

(1)   Rates apply when loaded to closed containers only.

(2)   Rates apply to breakbulk or non-containerized machinery only.

(3)   Rates are subject to a minimum charge of $15.04 per square foot.

(4)   Rates are in dollars and cents per square foot and apply on shipments
      that due to their dimension or configuration cannot be loaded to
      Carrier’s equipment and must be loaded to the deck of Carrier’s vessel.

NOTE 1:        Item 568 (overdimension) and Item 982 do not apply.

NOTE 2:        If through no fault of the Carrier, machinery is inoperable,
               and/or if machinery is received containing more than 1/4 tank of
               fuel, charges as shown in AKMR 100, series, Item 987 will be
               assessed.

NOTE 3:        Machinery requiring loading to the deck of Carrier’s vessel will
               move on a space available basis only.




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:     March 15, 2011                                               EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                 5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                                Page No. 60
  # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                       8th Revised Page 61
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                BETWEEN:      SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)                         ITEM
                                    AND:      AK POINTS:    (See Page 21)                          NO.
                                                                                                  2689
    COMMODITY:    MACHINERY or MACHINES: Refrigeration, Seafood, Processing,
                  (including Freezers, Ice Makers, Condensers, Compressors,
                  Conveyors, Tank Chillers, Pumps, Motors, and Controls)
                    20’         24’           40’           53’          CDV        VAL

          LCL       ...          ...           ...          ...             4855     ---

          CL        (20)        (24)           (36)         (42)            1259     1259



TCR 4137


                                                                                                  2693

    COMMODITY:    MANHOLES or UTILITY VAULTS, NOI, concrete reinforced
                  or not reinforced.

                    20’         24’            40’           53             CDV       VAL
       LCL          ---          ---           ---          ---             3545     ---
     5,000          ---          ---           ---          ---             3342     ---
                    (24)        (28)           ---          ---             1058     1058
           CL
                    (30)        (36)           (44)         (56)             933      933
.




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                 5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                            Page No. 61
   # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                        8th Revised Page 62
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                   BETWEEN:    SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)
                                                                                                   ITEM
                                       AND:    AK. POINTS:   (See Page 21)
                                                                                                    NO.

                                                                                                   2700
           COMMODITY:          MATERIALS, PACKING, Viz: (See Notes 1, 2 and 3)
                               Banding, steel; Boxes, fiberboard, KD; Double
                               wrap, in rolls; Dollies; Handcarts; Newsprint,
                               unprinted; Pads, paper, rolled in bundles; Tags;
                               Tape, paper, vinyl or masking; Wardrobe cartons,
                               with steel bars; Steel Drums, empty.

                        20’            24’         40’          53’          CDV      VAL
           CL           (10)          (14)          ---          ---         2492     2492
                         ---           ---         (22)         (28)         1869     1869

NOTE 1:         Rate applies to shipper load and count containers only.

NOTE 2:         Rate applies only when shipment is consigned to an authorized
                household goods agency or representative.

NOTE 3:         Item 882 does not apply.

TCR 4137
                                                                                                   2716

           COMMODITY:          MATERIALS, OIL ABSORPTION, or CONTAINMENT, Viz.:
                               Compounds, as described in NMFC Items 50270,
                               to include wood chips.

                        20’            24’         40’          53’          CDV      VAL
           CL           (16)          (19)          ---          ---         1623     1623
                        (32)          (38)          ---          ---         1171     1171
                                                    (30)        (36)         1337     1337
                                                    (48)        (53)         1097     1097




TCR 4137

      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                  EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:         DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                   5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                             Page No. 62
   # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                        8th Revised Page 63
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                   BETWEEN:    SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)
                                                                                                   ITEM
                                       AND:    AK. POINTS:   (See Page 21)
                                                                                                    NO.

                                                                                                   2718




           COMMODITY:          OFFICE SUPPLIES and OTHER ARTICLES as described
                               in Item 1026, in mixed shipments (See Note 1).

                        20’            24’         40’          53’          CDV      VAL
      (1) LCL            ---           ---          ---          ---         5051      ---
    (1) 5,000            ---           ---          ---          ---         4547      ---
           CL           (10)           ---          ---          ---         2522     2522
                         ---          (12)         (20)          ---         2312     2312
                         ---           ---          ---         (32)         1891     1891


    (1)      Subject to a minimum charge of 9 pounds per cubic foot.

NOTE 1:       Rates on shipments moving under the provision of this Item will not
              alternate with other rates in this tariff.




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                  EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:         DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                   5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                             Page No. 63
  # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                            ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                           10th Revised Page 64
                                   SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                             NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                       BETWEEN:    SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                           ITEM
                                           AND:    AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                             NO.

                                                                                                       2720
            COMMODITY:      OUTFITS, as described in Item 1024 (See Notes 1 through 4);
                            CONTRACTORS OUTFITS, as described in the NMFC Items
                            147110, 147112; DIVERS OUTFITS, as described in the NMFC
                            Items 147450, 147460 and 147462; FIRE FIGHTING OUTFITS, as
                            described in the NMFC Item 147500; SURVEYORS TOOLS, as
                            described in the NMFC Items 186380, 186400 and 186410.

                          20’            24’           40’         53’         CDV        VAL
             LCL          ---            ---            ---        ---         4937       ---
           5,000          ---            ---            ---        ---         4548       ---
              CL          (12)          (14)            ---        ---         1999      1999
                          (20)          (24)            ---        ---         1309      1309
                          ---            ---           (24)        (32)        1866      1866
                          ---            ---           (40)        (53)        1148      1148

NOTE 1:          Rate applies only to articles, as described which are an essential
                 part of working outfits required in connection with various types
                 of work.

NOTE 2:          Rates will not apply on material which may become a permanent part
                 of any work.

NOTE 3:          Shipment must be booked and bill of lading make reference to this item.

NOTE 4:          Shipments moving under the provisions of this item will not alternate
                 with other rates listed in this tariff.

TCR 4137


                                                                                                       2721

            COMMODITY:           PAINTS, VARNISHES, LACQUERS and OTHER ARTICLES,
                                 in packages and/or Carrier approved shipping
                                 containers, as described in Item 1023.

                          20’            24’           40’         53’         CDV        VAL
             LCL          ---            ---            ---        ---         3511       ---
           5,000          ---            ---            ---        ---         3113       ---
              CL          (24)          (28)           (38)        (50)        1080       1080
                          (30)          (36)            ---        ---         1054       1054




TCR 4137


           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                         EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:          DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                       5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                 Page No. 64
 # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                             ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                                 8th Revised Page 65
                                   SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                             NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                        BETWEEN:    SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                               ITEM
                                            AND:    AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                                 NO.

                                                                                                            2742
            COMMODITY:      PAPER, PAPER ARTICLES and OTYHER ARTICLES, as described
                            in Item 1027.

                         20’              24’           40’           53’         CDV          VAL
             LCL         ---              ---            ---          ---             3993     ---
           5,000         ---              ---            ---          ---             3630     ---
              CL         (20)            (24)            ---          ---             1205     1205
                         ---              ---           (40)          (52)            1096     1096




TCR 4137



                                                                                                            2749

            COMMODITY:            PAPER, Viz.:    Newsprint

                            20’              24’               40’              CDV          VAL

           CL               (19)             (22)              ---              ---           ---
                            (24)             (28)              (44)             ---           ---




TCR 4076
           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                          EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:           DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                        5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                      Page No. 65
 # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                       8th Revised Page 66
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                     BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                   ITEM
                                         AND:   AK POINTS: (See Page 21)
                                                                                                    NO.

                                                                                                   2763
            COMMODITY:          PETROLEUM or PETROLEUM PRODUCTS and OTHER ARTICLES,
                                in packages or in other Carrier authorized shipping
                                containers, Viz.: (see below) (See Notes 1 and 2)

                         20’            24’         40’        53’          CDV       VAL
            LCL           ---           ---          ---        ---         3511      ---
          5,000           ---           ---          ---        ---         3112      ---
             CL          (32)          (30)          ---        ---          833      833
                          ---           ---         (44)       (56)         1013      1013



Viz.:
Compounds, Asphalt or Tar, combined with rubber              Naptha
Compounds, Crude Petroleum Treating, NOI                     Paint Thinning Petroleum Oil
Diesel Oil                                                   Petroleum Oil, NOS
Distillate Fuel Oil                                          Refined Oil
Fuel Oil                                                     Solvent Cleaning
Gasoline                                                     Stove Oil
Grease                                                       Transformer Oil
Kerosene                                                     Wax, Paraffin or Petroleum
Lubricating Oil, Petroleum Base of other
 than Petroleum Base




NOTE 1:     U.S. Coast Guard Regulations require the segregation of non-compatible
            hazardous materials described in this Item.

NOTE 2:     When AKMR containers are source loaded at origin the shipper must
            insure that the preponderant hazardous material, by weight, is loaded
            to the rear of the container. If shipper does not insure such, causing
            the necessity of stripping the entire load for segration purposes,
            apply the provisions of Item 959.




TCR 4137

      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                   EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:          DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                             Page No. 66
  # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                              ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                              8th Revised Page 67
                                    SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                              NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                         BETWEEN:    SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                           ITEM
                                             AND:    AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                             NO.

                                                                                                         2775
             COMMODITY:      PIPE, or PIPE FITTINGS, Cement or Concrete,
                             reinforced. (See Note 1)

                            20’            24’           40’         53’         CDV        VAL

            LCL              ...           ...           ...         ...         ...        ...

            CL              (24)          (28)            ---        ---         1057       1057
                                                         (48)        (58)         982        982

NOTE 1:            Any special bunks, cradles, saddles or similar devices required for the
                   transportation of commodities described herein must be furnished by the
                   shipper.

TCR 4137


                                                                                                         2784

             COMMODITY:            PIPE, and PIPE FITTINGS, Viz.: (See Below)

                            20’            24’           40’         53’         CDV        VAL

          (1) LCL            ...           ...           ...         ...         6081       ...

                  CL        (06)          (07)            ---        ---         3927       3927
                            (12)          (18)            ---        ---         2127       2127
                            ---            ---           (12)        (16)        3665       3665
                            ---            ---           (24)        (32)        1985       1985

      (1)         Subject to a minimum charge of 11 pounds per cubic foot.

Viz.;
Plastic or Rubber, flexible or other than flexible, in straight lengths or in
  coils.
Pre-Insulated Polyethylene Pipe, covered or not covered with galvanized steel
 or aluminum wrapping.
Pipe, consisting of a core of cement pipe; iron pipe or rigid plastic pipe;
 covered with expanded or foamed plastic; and surrounded by outer sheath of
 plastic pipe, or Cement Pipe containing asbestos fibre.




TCR 4137

            For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:     March 15, 2011                                                          EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:            DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                         5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                   Page No. 67
   # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                            8th Revised Page 68
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                     BETWEEN:      SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                           ITEM
                                         AND:      AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                             NO.
                             MIN. WT. IN LBS:                  (See Item 997)
                                                                                                       2791
    COMMODITY:       PLASTICS or PLASTIC ARTICLES, Viz.( see below)
                     (see Note 1)

                      20’           24’             40’          53’            CDV        VAL

          LCL         ...            ...            ...          ...            16558     ...

                     (2.6)          (3.5)           ---          ---            10119    10119
          CL
                      ---            ---            (05)         (07)            8517     8517



Viz.:
Insulating Boards;
Forms or Shapes, cellular,
 expanded or foamed, NOS; Polystyrene, expended; Urethane (polyurethane) foamed
 foamed, (See Note 1)

NOTE 1:         Rates also apply on commodities named when faced on one or both
                sides with felt; felt paper, building or roofing; paper, plain or
                fiberglass impregnated or metal foil.


TCR 4137
                                                                                                       2795

    COMMODITY:       PLASTICS, Cellular Expanded or Foamed, Viz. ( see below):
                     (See Note 1)

                      20’           24’             40’          53’            CDV        VAL

          LCL         ...            ...            ...          ...            ...       ...

          CL          (22)           (24)           (44)        (50)            ...       ...



     Viz.;
       Plastic Expanded, combined with cement, concrete or wallboard.

NOTE 1:         Rates also apply on commodities named when faced on one or both
                sides with foil.




TCR 4076

      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                     EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:            DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                      5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                                 Page No. 68
# Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                                  8th Revised Page 69
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                     BETWEEN:        SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                                 ITEM
                                         AND:        AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                                   NO.
                             MIN. WT. IN LBS:                    (See Item 997)
                                                                                                               2798
    COMMODITY:       PLUMBER’S GOODS, as described under the heading
                     “Plumbers’ Goods” in the NMFC.

                      20’           24’               40’          53’            CDV              VAL

          LCL         ...            ...              ...          ...            5242             ...


NOTE 1:         Subject to a minimum of 9 pounds per cubic foot.

NOTE 2:         For application of container load rates, see Item 2126.


TCR 4137
                                                                                                               2804

    COMMODITY:       PRINTED MATTER, Viz.:
                     Books, NOI, NMFC Items 161630 and 161560
                     Calendars
                     Catalogs, NMFC Item 48501
                     Directories, NMFC Item 161930
                     Magazines or Periodicals
                     Newspaper Inserts

                      20’           24’               40’          53’            CDV              VAL

          LCL         ...            ...              ...          ...            4665             ...

                      (14)           (16)             ---          ---            1753          1753
          CL
                      ---            ---              (28)         (37)           1643          1643



TCR 4137
                                                                                                               2810
    COMMODITY: PALLETS, Wooden, SU
  Applies to pallets consigned to a Seafood Processor, rate per load.

                                                                 CDV                         VAL
                                            20’              $1,446.00                   $1,546.00
  CL                                        24’              $1,668.00                   $1,785.00
                                            40’              $2,796.00                   $2,991.00
                                            53’              $3,354.00                   $3,589.00




TCR 4137

       For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                       EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:              DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                        5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                                         Page No. 69
 # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                             8th Revised Page 70
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                     BETWEEN:      SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                                 ITEM
                                         AND:      AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                                   NO.
                             MIN. WT. IN LBS:                  (See Item 997)
                                                                                                             2812
    COMMODITY:       RAFTERS, ARCHES, TRUSSES, JOISTS, BEAMS, Viz.:
                     Joists, manufactured of wood and metal combined.
                     Arches, Rafters, Trusses, manufactured of wood or wood and
                     metal combined.
                     Glu Laminated Beams, in curved forms laminated or builtup.
                      20’           24’             40’          53’            CDV            VAL

          LCL         ...            ...            ...          ...            5122       ---

          CL          (16)           (19)           ---         ...             1601       1601
                      (30)           (36)           ...         ...             1274       1274
                                                    (32)        (42)            1401       1401

NOTE 1:         Rate also applies to hardware necessary for the assembly of articles
                shown, not to exceed 10% of the weight of the articles named.


TCR 4137
                                                                                                             2826

    COMMODITY:       ROOFING or SIDING MATERILAS as described in Item 1031.
                     (See Notes 1 and 2)

                      20’           24’             40’           53            CDV         VAL
       LCL            ...            ...            ...          ...            3994       ---
     5,000            ...            ...            ...          ...            3630       ---

                      (24)           (28)           ...         ...
          CL                                                                    1044       1044
                      (32)           (38)           (44)        (58)
                                                                                1007       1007



NOTE 1:         With containerload shipments of articles named, there may be included
                metal fasteners, tin roofing caps, nails, metal or other strips, or mop
                yarn, not to exceed ten (10%) percent of the weight of the articles
                named in Item 1031.

NOTE 2:         If requested in advance, rates named herein include protective covering
                and strapping, when shipment is loaded to Carrier’s platforms. Bill
                of Lading to be so noted.




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                         EFFECTIVE:    March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:            DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                      5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA        98106
                                                                                                     Page No. 70
  Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                           7th Revised Page 71
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                     BETWEEN:      SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                          ITEM
                                         AND:      AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                            NO.
                             MIN. WT. IN LBS:                  (See Item 997)
                                                                                                      2845




    COMMODITY:       SALT, FOR USE IN SEAFOOD PROCESSING:    (See Note 1)


                      20’           24’             40’          53’            CDV       VAL

          LCL         ...            ...            ...          ...            3415     ...


          CL          (24)           (28)           ...         ...             1704     1942
                      (40)           (42)           (44)        (53)            1270     1448




NOTE 1:         Rate applies only when shipment is consigned to a seafood processing
                plant, and is used in the processing of seafood which is for human
                consumption.




TCR 4137

      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                     EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:            DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                      5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                                Page No. 71
 Not Subject to Supplement No.          14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                            ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                           8th Revised Page 72
                                    SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                             NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                     BETWEEN:      SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                          ITEM
                                         AND:      AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                            NO.
                             MIN. WT. IN LBS:                  (See Item 997)
                                                                                                      2850
    COMMODITY:       SEAFOOD PROCESSING PLANT EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES, NOS, in
                     straight or mixed shipments, defined as such materials or
                     supplies which are used in connection with operation/
                     maintenance of Seafood Processing Plants.
                       20’         24’           40’           53’          CDV         VAL
                      (06)          (08)         (12)          (17)         4570        4008
                      (12)          (14)         (22)          (30)         3987        3766
           CL         (17)          (20)         (32)          (38)         3394        2994
                      (24)          (28)         (36)          48)          ...         2244
                      (36)          (42)         ...           ...          ...         1797

NOTE 1:         Rate will not apply on household goods, personal effects,
                foodstuffs, vehicles, or shipments in bulk.

TCR 4137


    COMMODITY:       SLABS, Building or Roofing, reinforced concrete, with or                         2868
                     without glass insertions and with or without corkboard,
                     fiberboard or plasterboard insulation;

                     BEAMS, CHANNELS, DOUBLE TEES, GIRDERS, JOISTS, POLES,
                     PILING, Structural, metal reinforced concrete (See Note 1)
                      20’           24’             40’          53’            CDV       VAL
          LCL         ...            ...            ...          ...            3730     ---


                      (24)           (28)           (40)        (48)            1541     1757
           CL
                      (36)           (42)           (56)        (64)            1160     1322



NOTE1:          Rates will also apply on slabs which contain plastic insulation, which
                is an integral part of slab composition.




TCR 4137
         For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                     EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:            DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                      5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                                Page No. 72
 # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                         8th Revised Page 73
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                   BETWEEN:      SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                          ITEM
                                       AND:      AK POINTS   (See Page 21)                           NO.
                           MIN. WT. IN LBS:                  (See Item 997)
                                                                                                    2903




    COMMODITY:    TIRES, BATTERIES and OTHER ARTICLES, Viz.:

                  Batteries, electric storage, with or without one
                  hydrometer syringe in each separate shipping package and
                  including necessary quantity of electrolyte corrosive
                  battery fluid to equip batteries, either in the same
                  or separate containers;

                  Rubber Tires, Rubber Tire Boots, Flaps, Patches, Tubes
                  (not inflated), Reliners, Shoes, or Treads.

                    20’           24’             40’          53’            CDV       VAL
       LCL          ...            ...            ...          ...            4665     ---
     2,000          ...            ...            ...          ...            4139     ---
     5,000          ...            ...            ...          ...            3794     ---

          CL        (20)           (28)           ---         ---             1341     1341
                    ---            ---            (44)        (54)            1032     1032




TCR 4137

      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                   EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:          DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                              Page No. 73
 # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                         ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          8th Revised Page 74
                                   SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                            NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                         MIN WT.                FROM: SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)         ITEM
          COMMODITY:                     IN LBS:                  TO: AK POINTS: (See Page 21)           NO.
                                       (See Item 997)
TRAILERS, VACATION,                                                                                    2906
  Designed to be drawn by means of all ball                            CDV                  VAL
  and socket hitch and/or passenger auto-
  mobile, SU (See Notes 1 through 7)

 Not Over 8’6” in Width:
  Not Over 40” in Length......................
                                                                     1882               1882

NOTE 1:     Rates are in cents per square foot for overall length including hitch
            and bumper.

NOTE 2:     Rates apply between Carrier’s terminals only.

NOTE 3:     Items 340, 342, 568 Paragraphs (A) and (C) and 750 do not apply.

NOTE 4:     Trailers may contain shipments of household goods or personal effects
            as described in Item 560, subject to a released value not exceeding
            $.60 per pound, per article inclusive in the above rate. If the
            shipper declares a higher released value, charges shall be applied
            per Item 560.

NOTE 5:     Shipper must declare the weight of household goods and/or personal
            effects on the bill of lading. Household goods and/or personal
            effects will be considered as shipper load and count, and accepted
            to all items.

NOTE 6:     Units exceeding 40’ OAL or 8’6” in width will take rates in Item
            2121.

NOTE 7:     Carrier will not be liable for mechanical, frame or structural
            deficiencies, unless caused through it’s negligence. Carrier is not
            liable for damage to frame or structure caused by overloading of
            contents, loaded inside the unit, nor external or internal panel
            damage or items connected thereto, as a result of the units bowing
            or twisting due to the insufficient structural integrity. Carrier
            will not be liable for the improper stowage of any contents within
            loaded into containers with charges for the account of the party
            paying the freight.

            The Carrier reserves the right to purchase the unit, if damaged, at a
            price not to exceed the declared value at the time of acceptance, in
            lieu of repairing said unit. If no value is declared, Carrier’s
            maximum liability for unit is $5,000.00.

            All windows, doors and external accessories must be protected with
            plywood or similar substantial material prior to receipt at Alaska
            Marine Lines, Inc. dock. Carrier will not be responsible for damage to
            unprotected windows, doors and external accessories. All external
            awnings must be removed prior to receipt at Alaska Marine Lines, Inc.
            dock. Carrier will not be responsible for damage to awnings which are
            not removed prior to shipment. Carrier will not be responsible for
            any damage caused by wind, weather or acts of God.

TCR 4137

           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                      EFFECTIVE:   March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:     DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                  5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA      98106

                                                                                                  Page No. 74
  Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                            ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                                   7th Revised Page 75
                                    SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                             NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                                                                                                ITEM
                                                                                                                 NO.
COMMODITY:                       MIN. WT.
                                                       FROM:     SEATTLE, WA    (See Page 21)
                                  IN LBS:
                                                         TO:     AK POINTS      (See Page 21)
                              (See Item 997)

                                                                               CDV
TRAILERS, Semi, Freight, designed                    Empty, not with                 Loaded, with a
 to be drawn by means of a fifth wheel,              any lading or                   lading not                 2910
 pintle or ball hitch, Viz.: (See Notes              cargo                           exceeding 30,000
 1 through 6)                                                                        pounds gross.
                                               AQ              1588                           1992

MINIMUM CHARGE:
Not exceeding 14’ OAL      (Dollars per unit)               $ 1,578.00                    $ 1,933.00

Not exceeding 24’ OAL      (Dollars per unit)               $ 2,204.00                    $ 2,763.00

Exceeding 24’ OAL          (Dollars per unit)               $ 3,000.00                    $ 3,789.00

                                                                               VAL

AQ                                                               1964                          2456

MINIMUM CHARGE:
Not exceeding 14’ OAL      (Dollars per unit)               $ 1,796.00                    $ 2,128.00

Not exceeding 24’ OAL      (Dollars per unit)               $ 2,734.00                       $ 3,360.00

Exceeding 24’ OAL          (Dollars per unit)               $ 3,810.00                       $ 4,705.00

Bottom Dump                    Tank                            Flatbed                 Van
End Dump                       Utility                         Lowbed



NOTE 1:          Items 340, 342, 568 Paragraph (A) and (C) and 750 do not apply.

NOTE 2:          Rates apply between Carrier’s terminals.

NOTE 3:          Rates are in dollars per square foot, subject to minimum charge. All
                 measurements are for overall dimensions which include tongues and
                 hitches.

NOTE 4:          Flatbed trailers, stacked and secured by the shipper, will be rated as
                 a single unit, based on the overall length of the stack of trailers.

NOTE 5:          Utility trailers are defined as not exceeding 20 ft in length, and are
                 drawn by ball and hitch.

NOTE 6:          Trailers will move on a space available basis.




TCR 4137
             For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                            EFFECTIVE:       March 16, 2011
                               ISSUED BY:   DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA      98124               5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA            98106

                                                                                                          Page No. 75
  Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                        8th Revised Page 76
                             SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                      NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                   BETWEEN:      SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                          ITEM
                                       AND:      AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                            NO.
                           MIN. WT. IN LBS:                  (See Item 997)
                                                                                                    2930
    COMMODITY:       VEHICLES AND OTHER ARTICLES, NEW,
                     VIZ.:

                     Vehicles, Motorcycles or motorbikes, two or three wheeler.
                     Vehicles, multi-terrain.
                     Jet skis.
                     Snow mobiles, with skis or runners detached, without
                      windshields or, with windshields detached.
                         20’             24’            40’             CDV             VAL
       LCL              ...             ...             ...             4805            ...
     5,000              ...             ...             ...             4231            ...


NOTE 1:       New articles must be boxed or crated, and packaged sufficiently for
              shipment. Shipper must supply straps for securing unboxed or
              uncrated articles.


TCR 4137
                                                                                                    2932

    COMMODITY:       Trailers, with or without vehicles as described
                     in Item 2930. (See Notes)

                                                            CDV                   VAL
               LCL      (DO)                             4805 (1)                 ---
             5,000      (DO)                             4231 (1)                 ---


              (1)    Subject to a Minimum Charge of $53.00 per lineal foot.

NOTE 1:        Rate is shown in dollars and cents per one hundred
               pounds, subject to the Minimum Charge per lineal foot.

NOTE 2:        Rate is between carriers terminals.




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                    EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:          DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                              Page No. 76
  Not Subject to Supplement No.         14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          8th Revised Page 77
                                   SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                             NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                    BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA    (See Page 21)
                                        AND:   AK POINTS:     (See Page 21)                           ITEM
                            MIN. WT. IN LBS:                  (See Item 997)                           NO.

                                                                                                      2945
            COMMODITY:      VEHICLES, Self-Propelled, SU, Viz.:
                            Ambulances, Buses, Fire Apparatus, Freight truck tractors,
                            Motor Homes, Trucks with permanently affixed attachments,
                            Vehicles, Motor, NOS (exceeding 7’ OAH and/or 7 1/2" OAW
                            and/or 22’ OAL) (See Notes 1 through 6)

                                                  Minimum Wt.            CDV           VAL
           Per vehicle minimum weight                12,000             1921          2581
                                                     24,000             1513          2000


NOTE 1:          Provisions of Items 340, 342, 568 Paragraphs (A) (overheight), and
                 (C)(overlength), 645 Paragraph (C), 750, and 982 do not apply.

NOTE 2:          Rates are between Carrier’s terminals.

NOTE 3:          Household goods or personal effects, as described in AKMR 100, series,
                 Item 560 may be placed in enclosed areas of the vehicle, provided they
                 are secured by the shipper, and after weight of goods has been
                 provided to carrier. Shipper must declare weight of goods on the bill
                 of lading. Items are subject to a released value of $ .60 per pound,
                 per article, however, shipper has the option to declare a higher
                 released value subject to provisions listed in AKMR 100, series, Item
                 560. Items will be considered as shipper load and count, and accepted
                 to all items.

NOTE 4:          The gross vehicle weight, including any freight, will determine the
                 appropriate rate level. Shipper must declare weight of any freight
                 on the bill of lading. Freight will be considered as shipper load
                 and count and accepted to all items.

NOTE 5:          Vehicles not suitable for general highway use shall be rated under
                 Item 2686 or 2690.

NOTE 6:          If through no fault of carrier, vehicle is inoperable and/or if
                 vehicle is received containing more than 1/4 tank of fuel, charges as
                 shown in AKMR 100, series, Item 987 will be assessed.




TCR 4137


           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                     EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:      DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                   5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                Page No. 77
 Not Subject to Supplement No.       14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                       ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                     8th Revised Page 78
                               SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                        NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                 BETWEEN:      SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                        ITEM
                                     AND:      AK POINTS   (See Page 21)                         NO.
                         MIN. WT. IN LBS:                  (See Item 997)
                                                                                                2959



    COMMODITY:     VEHICLES, MOTOR, Viz.: Passenger Automobiles, Trucks or
                   Pickup (with or without camper or canopy attached), Vans
                   (See Notes 1 through 7)
                                                                  CDV           VAL
      Not exceeding 7’ in OAH and not exceeding
       10’ in OAL ....................................           $ 970.00      $1486.00
      Not exceeding 7’ in OAH and not exceeding
       19’ in OAL ....................................           $1481.00      $1857.00
      Not exceeding 7’ in OAH and not exceeding
       22’ in OAL ....................................           $1975.00      $2481.00



NOTE 1:        Items 340, 342 and 750 do not apply.

NOTE 2:        Rates are in dollars and cents per vehicle.

NOTE 3:        Rates apply only between Carrier’s terminals.

NOTE 4:        Household goods or personal effects, as described n AKMR 100 Item
               560 may be placed in enclosed areas of the vehicle provided they are
               secured by the shipper, and after weight of goods has been provided to
               carrier. Shipper must declare weight of goods on the bill of lading.
               Items are subject to a released value of $.60 per pound, per article,
               however, shipper has the option to declare a higher released value
               subject to provisions listed in AKMR 100 Item 560. Items will be
               considered as shipper load and count, and accepted to all items.

NOTE 5:        The following articles may NOT be shipped under the provisions of this
               Item. Hazardous Materials, Items of Extraordinary Value, Goods shipped
               for sale or speculation, or Firearms.

NOTE 6:        If through no fault of carrier vehicle is inoperable and/or if vehicle
               is received containing more than 1/4 tank of fuel charges as shown
               in AKMR 100 Item 987 will be assessed.

NOTE 7:        Carrier has the option to load vehicles to closed containers,
               platforms, or loose to the barge. Carrier will not be liable for any
               damage due to weather - viz: water, ice, salt, wind, or act of God.




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                 EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:        DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                  5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                          Page No. 78
    # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                           8th Revised Page 79
                                   SECTION 2 – For Application See Page 25
                             NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                     BETWEEN:     SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                         AND:     AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                             ITEM
                             MIN. WT. IN LBS:                 (See Item 997)                            NO.

                                                                                                       2966
             COMMODITY:     WALLBOARD, Viz.:


                            Gypsumboard or Plasterboard (fiberboard, felt or fiber
                            and plaster combined) faced or unfaced, with vinyl or
                            plastic.

                             20’            24’             40’           CDV             VAL
              LCL           ...            ...               ...           3379          ...
            5,000           ...            ...               ...           2643          ...
           10,000                                                          2205          ...
               CL           (24)           (24)             ...            1035         1035
                            (32)           (40)             ...             947          947
                            (40)           (48)             (56)            847          847




TCR 4137



                                                                                                       2973

             COMMODITY:     WALLBOARD OR INSULATING MATERIAL, in solid flat sheets,
                            as described in Item 1033.

                            20’            24’               40’           CDV          VAL

                                                                           4552          ...
           LCL
            CL              (24)           (28)             ...            1035         1035
                            (32)           (38)             (44)            947          947




TCR 4137

            For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                      EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                 Page No. 79
TARIFF 312
                                    ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                      Original Page 80




                                            SECTION 3

                                  NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES:

                                               FROM

                                       Seattle, Washington

                                                TO

                                        Points in Alaska


                                                ON

                                Articles Requiring and Moving in
                                   Frozen or Cold-Pack Service




      Rates named in this Section include mechanical refrigeration in fully insu-
      lated containers necessary to maintain air temperature of 0 degrees or less.

      When rates are published in this Section the commodity transported requir-
      ing and moving in frozen or cold-pack service, as specified from point of
      origin to point of destination, will apply regardless of rates between the
      same points over the same routes published in other Sections. Except where
      specifically provided, rates in this Section will not apply in connection
      with Item 645.

NOTE: Except as otherwise noted, Items referred to in Rate Items, not found in this
      Tariff, are in Tariff STB AKMR 100.




TCR
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                          ISSUED BY:   BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124             5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                        Page No. 80
   Not Subject to Supplement No.         14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                          ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                      8th Revised Page 81
                                  SECTION 3 – For Application See Page 80
                   NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Noted
                                   BETWEEN:          SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                          ITEM
                                       AND:          AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                            NO.
                           MIN. WT. IN LBS:                      (See Item 997)
                                                                                                        3000

          COMMODITY:     FREIGHT ALL KINDS, Moving in Frozen or Cold Pack Service.
                         NOS, (See Notes 1 through 3)

                           VOL                20’                 40’             CDV       VAL


             LCL            ...               ...               ...               6504      ...

                                              (05)
                                                                (05)              5301     ...
              CL            ...               (10)
                                                                (10)              4744     4857
                            ...               (14)
                                                                (25)              3514     3590
                            ...               (21)
                                                                (39)              2816     2783




NOTE 1:        Rates published in this Item will not apply on the following articles
               as described in the NMFC:

               Acids, Liquid                                    Poisons, Classes A and B
               Ammunition, Explosive Group (14000)              Poultry or Pigeons, Live (161400)
               Automobiles, passenger or freight                Vehicles, self-propelled or other
               Explosives Group (64300)                           than self-propelled
               Livestock (111680)

NOTE 2:        Rates apply to all commodities, NOS, that are placed in refrigerated
               equipment regardless of whether or not refrigerated service is
               required.

NOTE 3:        Items 645, and 882 do not apply.




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                    EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:          DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                                  Page No. 81
 Not Subject to Supplement No.         14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                          ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                    8th Revised Page 82
                                SECTION 3 – For Application See Page 80
                 NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Noted
                                    BETWEEN:      SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                       ITEM
                                        AND:      AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                         NO.
                            MIN. WT. IN LBS:                  (See Item 997)
                                                                                                  3050




    COMMODITY:     FISH BAIT, Viz.: (See Notes 1 through 3)
                   Fish Heads, Fish Tails, Fish, NOS, Herring or Octopus
                   or Squid, frozen in boxes.

                      20’               40’               53’           CDV         VAL


          LCL         ...               ...              ...            6245        ...

          CL          (20)              (38)             (53)           1401        1953




      NOTE 1:         Commodity must be in securely taped or strapped boxes.

      NOTE 2:         Items 645 and 882 do not apply.

      NOTE 3:         Rates apply to items that are not fit for human consumption.




TCR 4137
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                    EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                          ISSUED BY:           DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                     5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                            Page No. 82
TARIFF NO. 312
                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                               Original Page 83




                                                       SECTION 4


                                              NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES:


                                                         FROM

                                                  Seattle, Washington

                                                          TO

                                                   Points in Alaska


                                                          ON

                                           Articles Requiring and Moving in
                                       Refrigerated Temperature Control Service




                         Rates named in this Section include mechanical temperature protection from
                         heat or cold in fully insulated vehicles necessary for the protection of
                         perishable shipments moving at a temperature above 0 degrees Fahrenheit.
                         Bill of lading must be annotated that refrigerated temperature control
                         service is required and the required temperature range must be specified
                         thereon.

                         When rates are published in this Section on the commodity transported
                         requiring and moving in refrigerated temperature control service, as
                         specified from point of origin to point of destination, will apply
                         regardless of rates between the same points, over the same routes,
                         published in other Sections. Except where specifically provided, rates
                         in this Section will not apply in connection with Item 645.

                 NOTE:   Except as otherwise noted, Items referred to in Rate Items, not found
                         in this Tariff, are in Tariff STB AKMR 100.




TCR
          For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                         EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                           ISSUED BY:       BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                  Page No. 83
  Not Subject to Supplement No.          14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          8th Revised Page 84
                                   SECTION 4 – For Application See Page 83
                    NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Noted
                                     BETWEEN:   SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                         AND:   AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                              ITEM
                             MIN. WT. IN LBS:               (See Item 997)                             NO.
                                                                                                     4000

            COMMODITY:      FREIGHT ALL KINDS, NOS, Moving in Refrigerated service.
                            NOS (See Notes 1 through 3)

                              20’                40’                   CDV            VAL

             LCL
                              ...                 ...               6504              ...

               CL             (05)               (05)               5301             ---
                              (10)               (10)               4744             4857
                              (14)               (25)               3514             3590
                              (21)               (39)               2816             2783




NOTE 1:          Rates published in this Item will not apply on the following articles,
                 as described in the NMFC:

                 Acids, Liquid                              Poisons, Classes A and B
                 Ammunition, Explosive Group (14000)        Poultry or Pigeons, live (161400)
                 Automobiles, Passenger or Freight          Vehicles, self-propelled or other
                 Explosives Group (64300)                    than self-propelled
                 Livestock (111680)

NOTE 2:          Rates apply to all commodities, NOS that are placed in refrigerated
                 equipment regardless of whether temperature control service is
                 required or not.

NOTE 3:          Items 645 and 882 do not apply.




TCR 4137
           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                      EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                Page No. 84
  Not Subject to Supplement No.          14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          8th Revised Page 85
                                   SECTION 4 – For Application See Page 83
                    NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Noted
                                     BETWEEN:     SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                         AND:     AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                             ITEM
                             MIN. WT. IN LBS:                 (See Item 997)                            NO.

                                                                                                       4050




            COMMODITY:      NURSERY STOCK, Moving in Refrigerated Service.        Viz.:

                            Ballroot, Evergreen and Deciduous Trees (1)
                            Evergreens, decorative, cut, and Holly, Mistletoe or
                             Holly Wreaths, viz:
                              Christmas Trees NOI; Evergreens, decorative, cut, loose,
                              in packages not machine pressed or in machine pressed
                              bales; Holly, Mistletoe, or Holly Wreaths, in bales,
                              barrels, boxes or crates, or in boxes strapped in
                              bundles.
                            Sod, palletized.

                             20’            40’               53           CDV            VAL

           CL               (10)           (20)             (27)           5249           4857




  (1)   Subject to NMFC Item 71292.

NOTE 1:          Rate applies to Shipper load and count containers only.




TCR 4137


           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                      EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                 Page No. 85
TARIFF NO. 312
                                        ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                             Original Page 86




                                                    SECTION 5


                                          PROPORTIONAL COMMODITY RATES:


                                                       FROM

                                               Seattle, Washington

                                                        TO

                                                 Points in Alaska




NOTE:   Proportional Rates in this Section are subject to the provisions of Item 800
        in Tariff STB AKMR 100.

        Except as otherwise noted, Items referred to in Rate Items, not found in
        this Tariff, are in Tariff STB AKMR 100.




TCR
          For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                      EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                           ISSUED BY:    BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                 5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                               Page No. 86
TARIFF NO. 312
                                         ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                             Original Page 87




                                                    SECTION 6


                                             THROUGH COMMODITY RATES:

                                                   (See Note 1)


                                                       FROM

                                               Seattle, Washington

                                                        TO

                                                 Points in Alaska




NOTE 1:          The provisions of Item 751 will not apply.


NOTE 2:          Except as otherwise noted, Items referred to in Rate Items, not found in
                 this Tariff, are in Tariff STB AKMR 100.




TCR
          For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                       EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                           ISSUED BY:     BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                  5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                               Page No. 87
TARIFF NO. 312
                                        ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                             Original Page 88




                                                    SECTION 7


                                             THROUGH COMMODITY RATES:


                                                       FROM

                                                 Points in Alaska
                                                  (See Page 21)

                                                        TO

                                               Seattle, Washington

                                                       AND

                                             Points Named in Item 340




NOTE:   Except as indicated below, when rates are published in this Section on the
        commodity transported from point of origin to destination, rates named in
        this Section will apply regardless of rates between the same routes pub-
        lished in other Sections.

NOTE:   Except as otherwise noted, Items referred to in Rate Items, not found in
        this Tariff, are in Tariff STB AKMR 100.




TCR
          For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:   March 5, 2002                                                      EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                           ISSUED BY:    BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                 5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                               Page No. 88
 Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                            ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          7th Revised Page 89
                                   SECTION 7 – For Application See Page 88
                    SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except As Noted
                                        FROM:   AK POINTS:    (See Page 21)
                                          TO:   SEATTLE, WA   (See Page 21)                           ITEM
                             MIN. WT. IN LBS:                 (See Item 997)                           NO.

                                                                                                      7010
            COMMODITY:       AIRPLANES, FLYING BOATS, or HELICOPTERS, KD or SU,
                             for salvage only. (See Notes 1 through 3)

                 CONTAINER SIZE:                                  CDV                  VAL

                       20’ ................                     $ . . . .         $ . . . .
                       24’ ................                     $ . . . .         $ . . . .
                       40’ ................                     $ . . . .         $ . . . .




 NOTE 1:         Rates are in Dollars and Cents per shipper loaded/consignee unloaded
                 closed container.

 NOTE 2:         EXCEPTION TO ITEM 574:    Carrier will accept no liability for damage
                 to cargo.

 NOTE 3:         Freight charges must be fully prepaid prior to acceptance of cargo.

TCR 4076
                                                                                                      7030


            COMMODITY:       AUTOMOBILE PARTS, excluding body parts, Old, Used, having
                             value only for reconditioning or salvage of parts.
                             (See Note 1)

                                                                CDV                    VAL


                       LCL                                      3470                  . . .




NOTE 1:          Rate applies Southbound only.




TCR 4137

           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                      EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                Page No. 89
 Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          7th Revised Page 90
                                   SECTION 7 – For Application See Page 88
                    SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Noted
                                        FROM:     AK POINTS: (See Page 21)
                                          TO:     SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                           ITEM
                             MIN. WT. IN LBS:                 (See Item 997)                           NO.
                                                                                                     7080

            COMMODITY:      BOTTLES or CANS, Beverage, glass or metal, used for
                            recycling purposes only. (See Notes 1 through 3)

                              20’           24’              40’               CDV      VAL
             LCL
                            ...            ...              ...            1819         ...
               CL           (10)           (12)             (20)           1190        1273
                            (30)           (36)             (48)           1104        1181




NOTE 1:          Rates do not include Alaska placement service. Washington placement
                 service may be requested at charges in Item 340.

NOTE 2:          If shipper backloads bottles and cans into a container immediately
                 following unloading of a Northbound containerload movement the
                 placement in Alaska for Southbound movement will be included in this
                 rate. Any additional placement to allow backloading will be at charges
                 listed in Item 985.

NOTE 3:          Shipper load and consignee unload only.




TCR 4137
           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                      EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                Page No. 90
  # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                             ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          8th Revised Page 91
                                   SECTION 7 – For Application See Page 88
                    SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Noted
                                        FROM:    AK POINTS: (See Page 21)
                                          TO:    SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                              ITEM
                             MIN. WT. IN LBS:                (See Item 997)                              NO.
                                                                                                       7100

            COMMODITY:   CARRIERS SHIPPING GROUP, EMPTY, OLD, USED, VIZ.:
            Barrels or Drums, sheet iron            Cartons or Boxes, KD, strapped
              or steel                               in bundles
            Beer Kegs, metal or wooden              Plastic Scrap, in machine
            Bottles, empty, used                     compressed bales
            Cans, empty, used, aluminum,            Reels
              iron, steel, or tin                   Tanks, not exceeding 500 gallon
                                                     capacity

                            20’        24’               40’       53’        CDV          VAL

    LCL . . . . .        . . .        . . .          . . .       . . .        2671         ...
   CL. . . . . .          (12)         (16)           ---          ---        1603         1603
                                                     (24)         (34)        1402         1402


NOTE 1:          Rates apply only when shipments are not eligible for return
                 under the provisions of Item 995.

TCR 4137

                                                                                                       7140

 COMMODITY:       CARRIERS, SHIPPING, Viz.:
                  Cylinders, steel, for shipping air, gases or liquids
                  under pressure, NOI, old, fire extinguishers, empty

                                                                  CDV                VAL

                    LCL ........................                 1361                ...
              (1) 3,600 ........................                 2001                ...



 (1)   Rate applies only on return of bulk compressed liquefied petroleum
       gas tanks. Minimum weight is in pounds per empty tank.

NOTE 1:        Rate applies only when commodity has not moved Northbound under
               provisions of Item 2499.




TCR 4137



           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                        EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:         DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                      5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                  Page No. 91
 Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                            ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          7th Revised Page 92
                                   SECTION 7 – For Application See Page 88
                    SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Noted
                                       FROM:      AK POINTS: (See Page 21)
                                         TO:      SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                           ITEM
                            MIN. WT. IN LBS:                  (See Item 997)                           NO.
                                                                                                     7300

            COMMODITY:        FISH or SHELL FISH, Viz.: Canned in metal cans or boxes
                              CLAMS - CRAB - HALIBUT - SHRIMP - TROUT
                              20’           24’              40’               CDV      VAL
             LCL
                            ...             ...             ...                ...      ...
               CL           (26)          (31)              ...                869     1205
                            (38)          (44)              (42)               827     1127

TCR 4137
                                                                                                     7305



            COMMODITY:        FISH, Viz.:         Salmon, canned, in metal cans
                              20’           24’              40’               CDV      VAL
             LCL
                            ...             ...             ...                ...      ...
               CL           (26)          (31)              ...                869     1205
                            (38)          (44)              (42)               827     1127




TCR 4137


           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                      EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                Page No. 92
   # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                          ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                        11th Revised Page 93
                                  SECTION 7 – For Application See Page 88
                   SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Noted
                                       FROM:   AK POINTS: (See Page 21)
                                         TO:   SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                              ITEM
                            MIN. WT. IN LBS:               (See Item 997)                              NO.
                                                                                                     7360

      COMMODITY:    HOUSEHOLD GOODS, EMIGRANT EFFECTS, as described in
                    and subject to the provisions of Item 100240, Sub 1
                    of the NMFC. (See Notes 1 through 5).
                      20’         24’           40’           53’           CDV          VAL
        (1) LCL       ...          ...          ...           ...           6574        ---
      (1) 2,000       ...          ...          ...           ...           6245        ---
             CL
                     (06)          (07)         ---          ---            2933       2933
                     ---           ---          (12)         (16)           2017       2017



(1)     LCL rates will include loading and unloading of Carriers equipment.
        See Item 100282 of the NMFC for packing requirements.

NOTE 1:    All shipments are predicated on a release value not exceeding $.60 per
           pound, per article; however, shipper has the option to declare a
           higher released value subject to the provisions as listed in Item 560.

NOTE 2:    Above rates are predicated on shipper loading and consignee unloading.
           Carrier will not load or unload vans.

NOTE 3:    Shipments must be prepaid in full prior to movement unless credit has
           been established, in writing, with the Carrier.

NOTE 4:    Rates are between Carriers terminals only.

NOTE 5:    Item 882 does not apply.




TCR 4137

           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                     EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:      DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                   5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                Page No. 93
 # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                              ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          8th Revised Page 93-A
                                     SECTION 7 – For Application See Page 88
                               NORTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                           FROM:   AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                             ITEM
                                             TO:   SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                             NO.
                                                                                                       7420

    COMMODITY:       FREIGHT , NOS, in straight or mixed shipments.
                     (See Notes 1 and 2)

                        20’          24’            40’             53’         CDV      VAL
                        (06)        (08)              ---          ---         3893     3893
                        (12)        (14)              ---          ---         2342     2342
                        (16)        (19)              ---          ---         1997     1997
                        (20)        (24)              ---          ---         1764     1764
             CL
                        (24)        (29)              ---          ---         1564     1564
                        (35)        (42)              ---          ---         1168     1168
                         ---                         (12)         (16)         3525     3525
                         ---                         (24)         (32)         1867     1867
                         ---                         (32)         (42)         1472     1472
                         ---                         (40)         (52)         1237     1237



NOTE 1:    Rates published in this item will not apply on the following
           articles:

           (A)   Automobiles, passenger freight
           (B)   Acids, liquid
           (C)   Ammunition
           (D)   Explosives
           (E)   Freight requiring refrigeration
           (F)   Livestock
           (G)   Radioactive Materials
           (H)   Poisons
           (I)   Household Goods
           (J)   Freight otherwise described in commodity sections of
                   this tariff.

NOTE 2:    EXCEPTION:    Not subject to Items 645 and 882.




TCR 4137

           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                         EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:          DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                       5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                               Page No. 93-A
   # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                       ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          9th Revised Page 94
                               SECTION 7 – For Application See Page 88
                         SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds

                                   BETWEEN:   AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                                ITEM
                                       AND:   SEATTLE, WA: (See Page 21)                               NO.


      COMMODITY:    MACHINERY or MACHINES or PARTS THEREOF and OTHER ARTICLES,                       2686
                    as described in Item 1025 (See Notes 1 through 3)

                     20’          24’           40’            53’         CDV          VAL
       PART I.:                                                            2913         ---
         LCL
                    (10)           (12)          ---            ---        1889        1889
                    (16)           (19)          ---            ---        1424        1424
                    (24)           (28)          ---            ---        1120        1120
                    (30)           (36)          ---            ---        1016        1016
         CL (1)
                    (40)           (42)          ---            ---         917         917
                     ---            ---         (20)           (28)        1364        1364
                     ---            ---         (32)           (45)        1089        1089
                     ---            ---         (44)           (56)         960         960
      PART II.     (2) (3)                             5,000               2506        2506
        Rates apply between                           10,000               1887        1887
        Carriers' Seattle, WA                         16,000               1507        1507
        Terminal and Alaska                           24,000               1440        1440
        Terminal.                                     30,000               1306        1306
                                                      40,000               1179        1179
                                                      50,000               1002        1002


              PART III.:    (4)                                            2319        2319




(1)   Rates apply when loaded to closed containers only.

(2)   Rates apply to breakbulk or non-containerized machinery only.

(3)   Rates are subject to a minimum charge of $12.03 per square foot.

(4)     Rates are in dollars and cents per square foot and apply on shipments
        that due to their dimension or configuration cannot be loaded to
        Carrier's equipment and must be loaded to the deck of Carrier's vessel.

NOTE 1:    Item 568 (overdimension) and Item 982 do not apply.

NOTE 2:    If through no fault of the Carrier, machinery is inoperable,
           and/or if machinery is received containing more than 1/4 tank of
           fuel, charges as shown in AKMR 100, series, Item 987 will be
           assessed.

NOTE 3:    Machinery requiring loading to the deck of Carrier's vessel will
           move on a space available basis only.



TCR 4137

           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                    EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:     DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                  5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                Page No. 94
 Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          7th Revised Page 95
                                   SECTION 7 – For Application See Page 88
                    SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Noted

                                        FROM:     AK POINTS: (See Page 21)
                                                                                                      ITEM
                                          TO:     SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                       NO.
                             MIN. WT. IN LBS:                 (See Item 997)
                                                                                                     7565

            COMMODITY:      PAPER, PAPERBOARD, PULPBOARD or FIBERBOARD, Scrap Viz.:
                            Scrap, as described in Items 151390 and 151392 in the
                            NMFC; also Boxes, Bottles or Cans, Fiberboard, Paper
                            Paperboard or Pulpboard, old, having value only for
                            reclamation of materials.

                              20’           24’              40’               CDV      VAL
             LCL
                            ...            ...              ...            1819         ...
               CL           (10)           (12)             (20)           1190        1273
                            (30)           (36)             (48)           1104        1181




TCR 4137

           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                     EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:      DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                   5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                Page No. 95
Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                            ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                            7th Revised Page 96
                                     SECTION 7 – For Application See Page 88
                      SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Noted

                                         FROM:     AK POINTS: (See Page 21)
                                                                                                        ITEM
                                           TO:     SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                         NO.
                              MIN. WT. IN LBS:                 (See Item 997)
                                                                                                       7680

             COMMODITY:      Aluminum, Antimony, Brass, Bronze, Copper, Iron, Lead,
                             Magnesium, Nickle, Steel, Tin Plate or Zinc:

                             Also, Batteries electric, old, spent, having value only
                             for remelting of lead pates; in packages;
                             (See Notes 1 and 2)

                               20’           24’              40’               CDV         VAL
          (1) LCL
                             ...            ...              ...            1819            ---
                 CL          (10)           (12)             (20)           1190        1646
                             (30)           (36)             (48)           1104        1161


(1)          Rate is between Carrier's terminals only.

NOTE 1:      Rates apply only on scraps or waste pieces or articles made of metals
             named or alloys thereof, bent, broken, crushed, mutilated, used, worn
             out or otherwise unfit for use, having value for remelting purposes
             only and on dross, residues or skimmings of metals named or alloys
             thereof.

NOTE 2:      Bill of Lading must be noted:       "For Reclamation Purposes Only".

TCR 4137

                                                                                                       7685




 COMMODITY:       SCRAP, STEEL, Viz.: Crushed Auto Bodies       (See Note 1 and 2)



                                                                    CDV               VAL

  CL EACH    -    20’                                               ...               ...
  CL EACH    -    24’                                               ...               ...



NOTE 1:      Rates apply only on shipper loaded/consignee unloaded platforms. Cargo must be
             securely banded to platform.

NOTE 2:      Rate is available only to crushed autos. Platforms must be able to
             move when space is available and at Carrier's convenience.



TCR 4076

            For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:     March 15, 2011                                                     EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                  Page No. 96
 Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                          7th Revised Page 97
                                   SECTION 7 – For Application See Page 88
                    SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Noted

                                        FROM:   AK POINTS: (See Page 21)
                                                                                                      ITEM
                                          TO:   SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                       NO.
                             MIN. WT. IN LBS:               (See Item 997)
                                                                                                     7690

            COMMODITY:      SOIL, Waste, for reclamation or disposal, in bags or
                            in shipper provided bulk containers.

                             20’            24’           40’            CDV           VAL
               CL           (24)           (28)           (42)           1116          1194
                            (40)           (42)           ---             936          1002



NOTE 1:     Rates will not apply to any shipment which requires an Environmental
            Protection Agency manifest. See Item 2535 for shipments that are
            Environmental Protection Agency regulated.

NOTE 2:     Carrier will accept shipments described above only after shipper
            has provided all necessary documents as requested by carrier and
            has satisfied any notification requirements of Environment Canada.

NOTE 3:     Rate provides for shipper load and count, consignee unload shipments
            only. Transfer will not be provided by carrier.




TCR 4137
           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                     EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:      DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                   5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                Page No. 97
 Not Subject to Supplement No.         14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                      8th Revised Page 97-A
                                 SECTION 7 – For Application See Page 88
                  SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Noted

                                     BETWEEN:   AK POINTS: (See Page 21)
                                                                                                      ITEM
                                         AND:   SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                       NO.
                             Min. WT. IN LBS:               (See Item 997)

                                                                                                     7840
            COMMODITY:      VEHICLES, MOTOR, Viz.: Passenger Automobiles, Trucks or
                            Pickup (with or without camper or canopy attached), Vans
                            (See Notes 1 through 7)

                                                            CDV                    VAL
   Not exceeding 7’ in OAH and not exceeding
    10’ in OAL .............................               $ 970.00             $1,400.00

   Not exceeding 7’ in OAH and not exceeding
    19’ in OAL .............................              $1,251.00             $1,806.00

   Not exceeding 7’ in OAH and not exceeding
    22’ in OAL .............................              $1,543.00             $2,414.00


NOTE 1:     Items 340, 342 and 750 do not apply.

NOTE 2:     Rates are in dollars and cents per vehicle.

NOTE 3:     Rates apply only between Carrier's terminals.

NOTE 4:     Household goods or personal effects, as described in AKMR 100 Item
            560 may be placed in enclosed areas of the vehicle provided they are
            secured by the shipper, and after weight of goods has been provided to
            carrier. Shipper must declare weight of goods on the bill of lading.
            Items are subject to a released value of $ .60 per pound, per article,
            however, shipper has the option to declare a higher released value
            subject to provisions listed in AKMR 100 Item 560. Items will be
            considered as shipper load and count, and accepted to all items.

NOTE 5:     The following articles may NOT be shipped under the provisions of this
            Item: Hazardous Materials, Items of Extraordinary Value, Goods shipped
            for sale or speculation, or Firearms.

NOTE 6:     If through no fault of carrier vehicle is inoperable and/or if vehicle
            is received containing more than 1/4 tank of fuel charges as shown
            in AKMR 100 Item 987 will be assessed.

NOTE 7:     Carrier has the option to load vehicles to closed containers,
            platforms, or loose to the barge. Carrier will not be liable for any
            damage due to weather - viz: water, ice, salt, wind, or act of God.




TCR 4137
           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                       EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:        DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                     5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                               Page No. 97A
 Not Subject to Supplement No.         14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                       2nd Revised Page 97-B
                                  SECTION 7 – For Application See Page 88
                   SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Noted

                                     BETWEEN:   AK POINTS: (See Page 21)
                                                                                                      ITEM
                                         AND:   SEATTLE, WA: (See Page 21)
                                                                                                       NO:
                             Min. WT. IN LBS:                (See Item 997)

 ***



             COMMODITY:     WASTE OIL, not containing a hazardous substance as defined
                            by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Department               7850
                            of Transportation (DOT), in Carrier provided tanks.                       ***

                  Minimum Gallons Per Container               CDV                    VAL
   CL (DO)          20’      -    5,000 gallons               124                    128



NOTE 1:     Rate is shown in cents per gallon.      Minimum gallons shown per tank
            with equipment size.

NOTE 2:     Tank cleaning and any heel disposal shall be billed additionally to
            charges shown.

NOTE 3:     Rates are between Terminals only.

NOTE 4:     Service availability is dependent on tank availability, and on
            Carrier's acceptance of product after laboratory analysis has been
            presented to Carrier.




TCR 4137
           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                       EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:        DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                     5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                               Page No. 97B
# Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                        3rd Revised Page 97-C
                                   SECTION 7 – For Application See Page 88
                    SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except As Noted
                                          MIN WT.                FROM: AK POINTS   (See Page 21)         ITEM
           COMMODITY:                     IN LBS:                  TO: SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)          NO.
                                        (See Item 997)
TRAILERS, VACATION,
  Designed to be drawn by means of a ball and socket                    CDV              VAL            7906
  hitch and/or passenger automobile, SU
  (See Notes 1 through 7)

 Not Over 8’6” in Width:
  Not Over 40’ in Length......................                         13.26              13.26


NOTE 1:     Rates are in dollars per square foot for overall length including hitch
            and bumper.

NOTE 2:     Rates apply between Carrier's terminals only.

NOTE 3:     Items 340, 342, 568 Paragraphs (A) and (C) and 750 do not apply.

NOTE 4:     Trailers may contain shipments of household goods or personal effects
            as described in Item 560, subject to a released value not exceeding
            $.60 per pound, per article inclusive in the above rate. If the
            shipper declares a higher released value, charges shall be applied
            per Item 560.

NOTE 5:     Shipper must declare the weight of household goods and/or personal
            effects on the bill of lading. Household goods and/or personal
            effects will be considered as shipper load and count, and accepted
            to all items.

NOTE 6:     Units exceeding 40' OAL or 8'6" in width will take rates in Item
            2121.

NOTE 7:     Carrier will not be liable for mechanical, frame or structural
            deficiencies, unless caused through it's negligence. Carrier is not
            liable for damage to frame or structure caused by overloading of
            contents, loaded inside the unit, nor external or internal panel
            damage or items connected thereto, as a result of the units bowing
            or twisting due to the insufficient structural integrity. Carrier
            will not be liable for the improper stowage of any contents within
            the unit and Carrier may require all contents be withdrawn and
            loaded into containers with charges for the account of the party
            paying the freight.

            The Carrier reserves the right to purchase the unit, if damaged, at a
            price not to exceed the declared value at the time of acceptance, in
            lieu of repairing said unit. If no value is declared, Carrier's
            maximum liability for unit is $5,000.00.

            All windows, doors and external accessories must be protected with
            plywood or similar substantial material prior to receipt at Alaska
            Marine Lines, Inc. dock. Carrier will not be responsible for damage to
            unprotected windows, doors and external accessories. All external
            awnings must be removed prior to receipt at Alaska Marine Lines, Inc.
            dock. Carrier will not be responsible for damage to awnings which are
            not removed prior to shipment. Carrier will not be responsible for
            any damage caused by wind, weather or acts of God.
TCR 4137

            For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                       EFFECTIVE:   March 16, 2011
                              ISSUED BY:   DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA     98124               5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA     98106

                                                                                                  Page No. 97C
  # Not Subject to Supplement No. 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                                8th Revised Page 98
                                    SECTION 7 – For Application See Page 88
                             SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                                                                                             ITEM
                                                                                                              NO.
COMMODITY:                       MIN. WT.
                                                       FROM:     AK POINTS     (See Page 21)
                                  IN LBS:
                                                         TO:     SEATTLE WA    (See Page 21)
                              (See Item 997)

                                                                              CDV
TRAILERS, Semi, Freight, designed                    Empty, not with                Loaded, with a
 to be drawn by means of a fifth wheel,              any lading or                  lading not               7910
 pintle or ball hitch, Viz.: (See Notes              cargo                          exceeding 30,000
 1 through 6)                                                                       pounds gross.
                                               AQ               1191                        1489

MINIMUM CHARGE:
Not exceeding 14’ OAL      (Dollars per unit)               $ 1,184.00                $ 1,377.00

Not exceeding 24’ OAL      (Dollars per unit)               $ 1,657.00                $ 1,992.00

Exceeding 24’ OAL          (Dollars per unit)               $ 2,248.00                $ 2,767.00

                                                                              VAL

AQ                                                              1431                        1792

MINIMUM CHARGE:
Not exceeding 14’ OAL      (Dollars per unit)              $ 1,312.00                   $ 1,571.00

Not exceeding 24’ OAL      (Dollars per unit)              $ 1,962.00                   $ 2,355.00

Exceeding 24’ OAL          (Dollars per unit)              $ 2,780.00                   $ 3,433.00

       Bottom Dump             Tank                            Flatbed                Van
       End Dump                Utility                         Lowbed



NOTE 1:          Items 340, 342, 568 Paragraph (A) and (C) and 750 do not apply.

NOTE 2:          Rates apply between Carrier’s terminals.

NOTE 3:          Rates are in dollars per square foot, subject to minimum charge. All
                 measurements are for overall dimensions which include tongues and
                 hitches.

NOTE 4:          Flatbed trailers, stacked and secured by the shipper, will be rated as
                 a single unit, based on the overall length of the stack of trailers.

NOTE 5:          Utility trailers are defined as not exceeding 20 ft in length, and are
                 drawn by ball and hitch.

NOTE 6:          Trailers will move on a space available basis.




TCR 4137
             For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                           EFFECTIVE:     March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:       DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA         98106

                                                                                                       Page No. 98
 Not Subject to Supplement No. ▲ 14.
TARIFF NO. 312
                                           ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                        7th Revised Page 99
                                 SECTION 7 – For Application See Page 88
                  SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds, Except as Noted

                                        FROM:   AK POINTS: (See Page 21)
                                                                                                      ITEM
                                          TO:   SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)
                                                                                                       NO:
                             MIN. WT. IN LBS:               (See Item 997)

                                                                                                     7920


            COMMODITY:      VEHICLES, Self-Propelled, SU, Viz.:
                            Ambulances, Buses, Fire Apparatus, Freight truck tractors
                            Motor Homes, Trucks with permanently affixed attachments,
                            Vehicles, Motor, NOS (exceeding 7'OAH and/or 7 1/2' OAW
                            and/or 22' OAL) (See Notes 1 through 6)

                                                                       CDV            VAL
                                                12,000              1448             1882
                                                24,000              1204             1494


NOTE 1:     Provisions of Items 340, 342, 568 Paragraphs (A)(overheight), and
            (C)(overlength), 645 Paragraph (C), 750, and 982 do not apply.

NOTE 2:     Rates are between Carrier's terminals.

NOTE 3:     Household goods or personal effects, as described in AKMR 100 Item
            560 may be placed in enclosed areas of the vehicle, provided they are
            secured by the shipper, and after weight of goods has been provided
            to carrier. Shipper must declare weight of goods on the bill of
            lading. Items are subject to a released value of $ .60 per pound,
            per article, however, shipper has the option to declare a higher
            released value subject to provisions listed in AKMR 100 Item 560.
            Items will considered as shipper load and count, and accepted to
            all items.

NOTE 4:     The gross vehicle weight, including any freight, will determine the
            appropriate rate level. Shipper must declare weight of any freight
            on the bill of lading. Freight will be considered as shipper load
            and count an accepted to all items.

NOTE 5:     Vehicles not suitable for general highway use shall be rated under
            Item 2686 or 2690.

NOTE 6:     If through no fault of carrier vehicle is inoperable and or if vehicle
            is received containing more than 1/4 tank of fuel charges as shown in
            AKMR 100 Item 987 will be assessed.




TCR 4137
           For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 15, 2011                                                     EFFECTIVE: March 16, 2011
                           ISSUED BY:      DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                   5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106

                                                                                                Page No. 99
TARIFF NO. 312
                                      ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                    Original Page 100



                                              SECTION 8


                                     SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES:




                                                FROM

                                          Points in Alaska


                                                 TO

                                         Seattle, Washington


                                                 ON

                    Articles Requiring and Moving in Frozen or Cold Pack Service


                     Rates Named in This Section Include Mechanical Refrigeration
                 in Fully Insulated Containers Necessary to Maintain Air Temperature
                                   of 0 Degrees Fahrenheit or Less.




      When rates are published in this Section, on the commodity transported from
      point of origin to the point of destination, rates published in this Section
      will apply regardless of rate, between the same points, over the same routes
      published in other Sections of this tariff.

   NOTE:     Except as otherwise noted, Item referred to in Rate Items, not found in
             this Tariff, are in Tariff STB AKMR 100. Items 645 and 822 do not apply.




TCR

      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    March 2, 2002                                                EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                          ISSUED BY:    BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124              5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                       Page No. 100
TARIFF NO. 312
                                          ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                       6th Revised Page 101
                                  SECTION 8 – For Application See Page 103
                            SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                       FROM:      AK POINTS   (See Page 21)                        ITEM
                                        AND:      SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                         NO.
                            MIN. WT. IN LBS:                  (See Item 997)
                                                                                                   8000
    COMMODITY:      FISH BAIT or ANIMAL FEED, Viz.:
                    Fish Tails; Fish Heads; frozen, in cartons

                       20’              40’               53’            CDV        VAL

          CL          (21)              (38)              (53)          1035        1180


NOTE 1:        Exact description of fish and the following notation, signed by the
               shipper, must appear on the Bill of Lading:

                  "We certify that the above described product is sold for the
                  purpose of supplying food to animals and not for human con-
                  sumption and is invoiced accordingly."

NOTE 2:        Not subject to Item 982.

NOTE 3:        Item 995 shall not apply.

TCR 4076
                                                                                                   8010

    COMMODITY:      FISH, SALMON    Frozen in packages.


                      20’               40’               53’            CDV         VAL

       # CL        # (21)               (38)              (53)          1897        1572




NOTE 1:        Not subject to Item 982.

NOTE 2:        Item 995 shall not apply.




TCR 4077
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    April 7, 2010                                                     EFFECTIVE: April 16, 2010
                          ISSUED BY:           DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                     5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                            Page No. 101
TARIFF NO. 312
                                         ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                      5th Revised Page 102
                                 SECTION 8 – For Application See Page 103
                           SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                      FROM:      AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                         ITEM
                                        TO:      SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                         NO.
                           MIN. WT. IN LBS:                  (See Item 997)
                                                                                                  8020
    COMMODITY:      FISH, SHELLFISH, whole or in sections, CLAMS, CRABS,
                    SHRIMP, SCALLOPS. (See Note 1 #and 2)

                       20’             40’             #53’            CDV         #VAL
          CL          (16)             (30)             (42)          ♦ 2422        2596
                      (21)             (38)             (53)          ♦ 1901        2034


NOTE 1:        Not subject to Item 982.

NOTE 2:        Item 995 shall not apply.




TCR 4076
      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    April 2, 2010                                                    EFFECTIVE: April 13, 2010
                          ISSUED BY:          DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                           Page No. 102
TARIFF NO. 312
                                         ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                      5th Revised Page 103
                                 SECTION 8 – For Application See Page 103
                           SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                      FROM:      AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                         ITEM
                                        TO:      SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                         NO.
                           MIN. WT. IN LBS:
                                                                                                  8030
    COMMODITY:      FISH, HALIBUT, FROZEN, in packages (See Note 1 #and 2)


                       20’             40’             #53’              CDV       #VAL

          CL          (21)             (38)             (53)          ♦ 2008       2149


NOTE 1:        Not subject to Item 982.

NOTE 2:        Item 995 shall not apply.

TCR 4076

                                                                                                  8035
    COMMODITY:      FISH, BLACK COD, OR SABLE FISH, Frozen, in packages
                    (See Note 1 #and 2)

                       20’             40’             #53’              CDV       #VAL

          CL          (21)             (38)             (53)          ♦ 1353       1448


NOTE 1:        Not subject to Item 982.

NOTE 2:        Item 995 shall not apply.

TCR 4076
                                                                                                  8040


    COMMODITY:      FISH EGGS, Frozen in packages (See Note 1 #and 2).


                       20’             40’             #53’              CDV       #VAL

          CL          (16)             (38)             (53)             ---        ---



NOTE 1:        Not subject to Item 982.

NOTE 2:        Item 995 shall not apply.




TCR 4076

      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    April 2, 2010                                                    EFFECTIVE: April 13, 2010
                          ISSUED BY:          DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                           Page No. 103
TARIFF NO. 312
                                         ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                      5th Revised Page 104
                                 SECTION 8 – For Application See Page 103
                           SOUTHBOUND COMMODITY RATES – In Cents Per 100 Pounds
                                      FROM:      AK POINTS: (See Page 21)                         ITEM
                                        TO:      SEATTLE, WA (See Page 21)                         NO.
                           MIN. WT. IN LBS:                  (See Item 997)
                                                                                                  8045
    COMMODITY:      FISH, BOTTOM, Viz.:
                    Sole, Flounder, Cod, or Idiot fish, frozen in packages.
                    (See Note 1 #and 2)
                        20’            40’            #53’             CDV         #VAL

          CL          (21)             (38)              (53)         ♦ 1353       1448


NOTE 1:        Not subject to Item 982.

NOTE 2:        Item 995 shall not apply.

TCR 4076

                                                                                                  8050
    COMMODITY:      FISH, HERRING, Frozen in packages.
                    (See Note 1 #and 2)

                       20’             40’             #53’             CDV        #VAL

          CL          (21)             (38)              (53)         ♦ 1184       1267


NOTE 1:        Not subject to Item 982.

NOTE 2:        Item 995 shall not apply.




TCR 4076

      For explanation of abbreviations and reference marks, see the last page of this tariff.

ISSUED:    April 2, 2010                                                    EFFECTIVE: April 13, 2010
                          ISSUED BY:          DAVID G. CURTIS, VICE PRESIDENT PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                    5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
                                                                                           Page No. 104
TARIFF NO. 312
                                         ALASKA MARINE LINES, INC.
STB AKMR 312                                                                       Original Last Page
                             EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS AND REFERENCE MARKS:
The following is the list of abbreviations, reference marks and symbols used in this
Tariff and not explained on the page on which the abbreviation, reference mark or
symbol is used.

ABBREVIATIONS:

AKMR ..............   Alaska Marine Lines, Inc.          M.S. ........   Material Supply (Yard)
AQ or A.Q. ........   Any Quantity                       NMFC ........   National Motor Freight
Carrier ...........   Alaska Marine Lines, Inc.                            Classification
CL ................   Containerload                      No.(s) ......   Number(s)
COD or C.O.D. .....   Collect on Delivery                NOI .........   Not Otherwise Indexed in
COFC ..............   Container on Flat Car                                the Governing Classi-
Concl’d ...........   Concluded                                            fication
Cont’d ............   Continued                          NOS .........   Not Otherwise Specified
Cor ...............   Correction                                           in This Tariff
Ex ................   From                               OAH .........   Overall Height
FF or F.F. ........   Folded Flat                        OAL .........   Overall Length
Hwy ...............   Highway                            OAW .........   Overall Width
Inc. .............    Incorporated                       O/T .........   Other Than
Incl. ............    Inclusive                          Rev .........   Revised or Revision
I or S or I/S .....   Iron or Steel                      Sec. ........   Section
Jct. .............    Junction                           SU or S.U. ..   Set Up
KD or K.D. ........   Knocked Down                       TL ..........   Truckload
KDF or K.D.F. .....   Knocked Down Flat                  TOFC ........   Trailer on Flat Car
KFF ...............   Keep From Freezing                 Viz./VIZ ...    Namely
LCL ...............   Less Than Containerload            Vol. .......    Volume
LTL ..............    Less Than Truckload                Wt. ........    Weight
MF ...............    Motor Freight
Min. .............    Minimum
Min. Wt. .........    Minimum Weight

(   )     Circled references indicating containerload minimums in the Minimum Weight
          Column of Rate Items are Explained in Item 630.

 (E)      Subject to Expiration Date

(DO)      Indicates rates apply between Carrier’s terminals only.

 (T)      To Denote that Rates include Transfer at Carrier’s terminal.


REFERENCE MARKS:


♦       ...............     Denotes Increase
         ..............     Denotes Decrease
        ...............     Denotes no Change in Rate
        ...............     Reissued Matter or Page
▲       ...............     Denotes Change in Wording Which Results in Neither an Increase Nor
                              a Decrease in Rates
#   ...............         Denotes Addition
***  ..............         Denotes Deletion
t   ...............         Denotes transfer to another page




                          All abbreviations and reference marks explained above.

ISSUED:     March 5, 2002                                                 EFFECTIVE: March 6, 2002
                          ISSUED BY:       BARBARA JONES, DIRECTOR OF PRICING
P.O. Box 24348, Seattle, WA 98124                 5615 W. Marginal Way S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
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