Shipping to Nepal
Demurrage and Detention
Revision in Import Detention Charges (wef Jan 6, 2014)
Imports – Dry (Gen Equ)
|Days||20' dry||40' dry|
|Day 1 to 5||Free||Free|
|Day 6 to 12||1250||2400|
|Day 13 onwards||3350||6700|
|Days||20' rfr/ot/fr||40' rfr/ot/fr|
|Day 1 to 4||Free||Free|
|Day 5 to 22||2700||5400|
|Day 23 onwards||5000||10000|
- Detention free time starts counting on the SAME day after discharging of the container at the Port of Discharge i.e. Kolkata or Haldia (as per Bill of Lading).
- For other special free time grants, after detention free time expires, detention charges start from the slab it would have attracted/fallen as per the Standard Slab/Normal procedure.
Demurrage is paid by the consignee directly to the port/CFS without any Maersk Line involvement.
Foreign Consignee Shipments: Will be Retained On Board
All import shipments to India must have a valid Nepal consignee with full address, without which container cannot be manifested / allowed to discharge as per Indian Customs regulations.
In-Transit clauses on Bill of Lading
"In-transit" clauses should not be mentioned anywhere on the original B/L for shipments to India
Mode of Payment
We do not accept collect shipments, and import shipment for Nepal has to be prepaid only.