Shipping to Dominican Republic
Demurrage and Detention
|STANDAR FREE TIME - EXPORTS|
|Port/Terminal Names||All Ports|
|Valid from||1st January 2019|
|Valid to||31st December 2019|
|Charge Type||Storage and Detention|
|Transport Mode||All transport modes|
|Service Mode||All service modes|
|Freetime||DAYS||Calendar / Working||Same / Next day if after|
|STANDARD RATES APPLICABLE AFTER FREE TIME*|
|From (Days)||To (Days)||Rate for 20 DRY||Rate for 40/45 DRY||Rate for 20 REEF||Rate for 40 REEF||Rate for 20' Flat & Open Top|
|Storage||16||Thereafter||USD 10||USD 20||USD 20||USD 20||USD 20|
|16||31||USD 10||USD 20||USD 30||USD 30||USD 10|
|Tier 1||32||Thereafter||USD 50||USD 50||USD 50||USD 50||USD 50|
- Shipping instructions must be submited 72 hours before vessel departure.
- All export containers are subject to verification by port authorities (Customs, Drugs and Phytosanitary).
- It is a DR Customs requirement that customers are present while their cargo are being verified.
Bill of lading restrictions
As part of the US Customs 24 Hour Rule regulations, 'To the order of' bills of lading are not accepted for shipments destined to the US or routed via US ports.
US Customs also does not accept the commodity descriptions 'Freight all kinds' and 'General merchandise', nor the package type 'pallets'.
- Scrap metal customers must have a DR Customs Permission