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Harukian Cargo Lines

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Company facts and information

Harukian Cargo Lines is the core liner shipping activity of the Kunya Trade Authority Corporation, and a leading container shipping company. The Harukian Cargo Lines fleet comprises more than 500 vessels and a number of containers corresponding to more than 1,900,000 TEU (Twenty foot Equivalent Unit – a container 20 feet long). This ensures a reliable and comprehensive coverage worldwide.

Vision
The Global Logistics Leader
Harukian Cargo Lines’s Corporate Vision “The Global Logistics Leader” holds the key message from our corporate mission as well as our employees’ mission to be the global leader not only in shipping industry but also in total logistics service. This is what Harukian Cargo Lines strives to become and it is the main objective to realizing our mission “We move global trade”.

We know very well that to become “The Global Logistics Leader”, we need to strengthen our core Container and Bulk businesses through fleet expansion and efficient trade management. Furthermore, we will keep diversifying our business portfolio in to terminals, third party logistics, ship repair yards and ship management.

Through continuous process innovation we have come up with an efficient business model and via our state of the art IT system we are able to provide our customers with a more comfortable and easy to access service.

We are also in the process of making our company greener which is also one of the necessary steps to becoming a Global Logistics Leader. We are investing on newer and more efficient vessels and we were the first Harukian carrier to introduce environmentally friendly reefer containers.

Slogan
Beyond the Ocean

No matter how vast, the ocean it is still too small to hold the future. Harukian Cargo Lines’s slogan “Beyond the Ocean” represents our pioneer spirit of encompassing the great seas and the landmasses about them. It is also a representation of our firm will to overcome the current hardship to become a Global Logistics Leader.

What is container shipping?
Containerisation is a global system of intermodal cargo transport using standardised containers, which can be loaded and sealed intact onto container ships, railroad cars, planes and trucks. Prior to the introduction of containers, cargo handling for sea transportation was both time consuming and expensive. Containers have changed that fundamentally. Transport is now safer and more affordable than ever before.

World trade would not be the same without the modern container, invented in 1956. Today, it carries more than 90 percent of all goods in world trade. Every commodity and type of goods can be loaded and carried in ‘the box’, as the container is often referred to. As a result, modern container shipping has changed the way we transport goods around the world and has played a key role in globalisation.

* A single 20-foot container can hold about 48,000 bananas. So, in theory, a PS-vessel such as the Rutolia can transport approximately 528 million bananas in a single voyage
* If all Harukian Cargo Line containers were placed one after the other, they would reach about 19,000 km.
* If all the Harukian Cargo Line containers were stacked on top of each other they would reach approximately 2,500 kilometres high.
* At any one point in time, Harukian Cargo Line is transporting cargo worth approximately NSD $356,240,000,000.00
* In 2007, Harukian Cargo Line made around 41,500 port calls - equivalent to approximately five port calls per hour or one call every 13 minutes.

Harukian Cargo Line at a glance
Organisation
* Employees: about 16,900 and 7,600 Seafarers.
* Number of representations: about 325 offices
* Located in: Seven countries as of current

Financial information
Harukian Cargo Line is a division of the Kunya Trade Authority Corporation.

Profit Current
    Gross: $46.75 Million NSD
    Actual: $16.36 Million NSD
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Our vessel types and rates
    * PS-type vessel capacity: 11,000 TEU - $19,000.00 NSD Per Day
    * S-type vessel capacity: 8,500 TEU - $19,000.00 NSD Per Day
    * M-type vessel capacity: 6,500 TEU - $19,000.00 NSD Per Day
    * Sejanus-class vessel: 5,300 TEU - $17,500.00 NSD Per Day
    * G-type vessel capacity: 4,250 TEU - $13,500.00 NSD Per Day
    * H-type vessel capacity: 3,500 TEU - $12,750.00 NSD Per Day
    * F-type vessel capacity: 2,700 TEU - $12,250.00 NSD Per Day
    * A-type vessel capacity: 2,500 TEU - $12,000.00 NSD Per Day
    * B-type vessel capacity: 1,700 TEU - $10,700.00 NSD Per Day
    * PS-type reefer capacity: 1,100 TEU - $8,250.00 NSD Per Day
    * S and K-type reefer capacity: 700 TEU - $5,500.00 NSD Per Day
1. Definitions
2. Carrier's Tariff
3. Warranty
4. Subcontracting
5. Carrier's Responsibility: Port-to-Port Shipment
6. Carrier's Responsibility - Multimodal Transport
7. Compensation and Liability Provisions
8. General
9. Notice of Loss, Time Bar
10. Defences and Limits for the Carrier
11. Shipper-packed Containers
12. Perishable Cargo
13. Inspection of Goods
14. Description of Goods
15. Merchant's Responsibility
16. Freight, Expenses and Fees
17. Lien
18. Optional Stowage, Deck Cargo and Livestock
19. Methods and Routes of Carriage
20. Matters Affecting Performance
21. Dangerous Goods
22. Notification and Delivery
23. Both-to-Blame Collision Clause
24. General Average and Salvage
25. Variation of the Contract
26. Law and Jurisdiction

1. Definitions
“Carriage” means the whole or any part of the carriage, loading, unloading, storing, warehousing, handling and any and all other services whatsoever undertaken by the Carrier in relation to the Goods.
“Container" includes any container (including an open top container), flat rack, platform, trailer, transportable tank, pallet or any other similar article used to consolidate the Goods and any connected equipment.
"Freight” includes all charges payable to the Carrier in accordance with the applicable Tariff and this bill of lading.
“Goods” means the whole or any part of the cargo and any packaging accepted from the Shipper and includes any Container not supplied by or on behalf of the Carrier.
“Holder” means any Person for the time being in possession of this bill of lading to or in whom rights of suit and/or liability under this bill of lading have been transferred or vested.
“Harukian Cargo Line” is the trade name of the Carrier.
“Merchant” includes the Shipper, Holder, Consignee, Receiver of the Goods, any Person owning or entitled to the possession of the Goods or of this bill of lading and anyone acting on behalf of such Person, or any principal of such Person.
“Multimodal Transport” arises if the Place of Receipt and/or the Place of Delivery are indicated on the reverse hereof in the relevant spaces.
“Ocean Transport” means the same as Port-to Port Shipment.
“Package” where a Container is loaded with more than one package or unit, the packages or other shipping units enumerated on the reverse hereof as packed in such Container and entered in the box on the reverse hereof entitled “Carrier’s “Receipt” are each deemed a Package.
“Person” includes an individual, corporation, or other legal entity.
“Port-to-Port Shipment” arises when the Carriage is not Multimodal.
“Subcontractor” includes owners, charterers and operators of vessels (other than the Carrier), stevedores, terminal and groupage operators, road and rail transport operators, warehousemen and any independent contractors employed by the Carrier performing the Carriage and any direct or indirect Subcontractors, servants and agents thereof whether in direct contractual privity or not.
“Terms and Conditions” means all terms, rights, defences, provisions, conditions, exceptions, limitations and liberties hereof.
“Vessel” means any water borne craft used in the Carriage under this Bill of Lading which may be a feeder vessel or an ocean vessel.

2. Carrier's Tariff
The terms and conditions of the Carrier’s applicable Tariff are incorporated herein. Attention is drawn to the terms therein relating to free storage time and to container and vehicle demurrage or detention. Copies of the relevant provisions of the applicable Tariff are obtainable from the Carrier upon request. In the case of inconsistency between this bill of lading and the applicable Tariff, this bill of lading shall prevail.

3. Warranty
The Merchant warrants that in agreeing to the Terms and Conditions hereof he is, or has the authority to contract on behalf of, the Person owning or entitled to possession of the Goods and this bill of lading.

4. Subcontracting
4.1 The Carrier shall be entitled to sub-contract on any terms whatsoever the whole or any part of the Carriage.

4.2 The Merchant undertakes that no claim or allegation whether arising in contract, bailment, tort or otherwise shall be made against any servant, agent, or Subcontractor of the Carrier which imposes or attempts to impose upon any of them or any vessel owned or chartered by any of them any liability whatsoever in connection with the Goods or the Carriage of the Goods whether or not arising out of negligence on the part of such Person, and, if any such claim or allegation should nevertheless be made, to indemnify the Carrier against all consequences thereof. Without prejudice to the foregoing every such servant, agent, and Subcontractor shall have the benefit of all Terms and Conditions of whatsoever nature herein contained or otherwise benefiting the Carrier including clause 26 hereof, the law and jurisdiction clause, as if such Terms and Conditions (including clause 26 hereof) were expressly for their benefit and, in entering into this contract, the Carrier, to the extent of such Terms and Conditions, does so on its own behalf, and also as agent and trustee for such servants, agents and Subcontractors.

4.3 The provisions of the second sentence of clause 4.2 including but not limited to the undertaking of the Merchant contained therein, shall extend to all claims or allegations of whatsoever nature against other Persons chartering space on the carrying vessel.

4.4 The Merchant further undertakes that no claim or allegation in respect of the Goods shall be made against the Carrier by any Person other than in accordance with the Terms and Conditions of this bill of lading which imposes or attempts to impose upon the Carrier any liability whatsoever in connection with the Goods or the Carriage of the Goods, whether or not arising out of negligence on the part of the Carrier, and if any such claim or allegation should nevertheless be made, to indemnify the Carrier against all consequences thereof.

5. Carrier's Responsibility: Port-to-Port Shipment
5.1 Where the Carriage is Port-to-Port, then the liability (if any) of the Carrier for loss of or damage to the Goods occurring between the time of loading at the Port of Loading and the time of discharge at the Port of Discharge shall be determined in accordance with any national law compulsorily applicable to this bill of lading or in any other case.

5.2 The Carrier shall have no liability whatsoever for any loss or damage to the Goods while in its actual or constructive possession before loading or after discharge, howsoever caused. Notwithstanding the above, in case and to the extent that any applicable compulsory law provides to the contrary, the Carrier shall have the benefit of every right, defence, limitation and liberty as applied by clause 5.1 during such additional compulsory period of responsibility, notwithstanding that the loss or damage did not occur at sea.

5.3 Where the provisions stated in the said Act shall govern before loading on the vessel or after discharge therefrom, as the case may be, during Carriage to or from a container yard or container freight station in or immediately adjacent to the sea terminal at the Port of Loading and/or Discharge. If the Carrier is requested by the Merchant to procure Carriage by an inland carrier and the inland carrier in his discretion agrees to do so, such carriage shall be procured by the Carrier as agent only to the Merchant and such carriage shall be subject to the inland carrier’s contract and tariff. If for any reason the Carrier is denied the right to act as agent at these times, his liability for loss damage or delay to the Goods shall be determined in accordance with clause 6 hereof.

5.4 In the event that the Merchant requests the Carrier to deliver the Goods:

(a) at a port other than the Port of Discharge; or
(b) at a place of delivery instead of the Port of Discharge, and the Carrier in its absolute discretion agrees to such request, such further Carriage will be undertaken on the basis that the Terms and Conditions of this bill of lading are to apply to such Carriage as if the ultimate destination agreed with the Merchant had been entered on the reverse side of this bill of lading as the Port of Discharge or Place of Delivery.

6. Carrier's Responsibility - Multimodal Transport
Where the Carriage is Multimodal Transport, the Carrier undertakes to perform and/or in his own name to procure performance of the Carriage from the Place of Receipt or the Port of Loading, whichever is applicable, to the Port of Discharge or the Place of Delivery, whichever is applicable, and, save as is otherwise provided for in this bill of lading, the Carrier shall be liable for loss or damage occurring during the Carriage only to the extent set out below:

6.1 Where the stage of Carriage where loss or damage occurred is not known.

(a) Exclusions
The Carrier shall be relieved of liability for any loss or damage where such loss or damage was caused by:
(i) an act or omission of the Merchant or Person acting on behalf of the Merchant other than the Carrier, his servant, agent or Subcontractor,
(ii) compliance with instructions of any Person entitled to give them.
(iii) insufficient or defective condition of packing or marks,
(iv) handling, loading, stowage or unloading of the Goods by the Merchant or any Person acting on his behalf,
(v) inherent vice of the Goods,
(vi) strike, lock out, stoppage or restraint of labour, from whatever cause, whether partial or general,
(vii) a nuclear incident,
(viii) any cause or event which the Carrier could not avoid and the consequences whereof he could not prevent by the exercise of reasonable diligence.
(b) Burden of Proof
The burden of proof that the loss or damage was due to one or more of the causes or events specified in this clause 6.1 shall rest upon the Carrier. Save that if the Carrier establishes that, in the circumstances of the case, the loss or damage could be attributed to one or more of the causes or events specified in clause 6.1(a)(iii), (iv) or (v), it shall be presumed that it was so caused. The Merchant shall, however, be entitled to prove that the loss or damage was not, in fact, caused either wholly or partly by one or more of these causes or events.
(c) Limitation of Liability
Except as provided in clauses 7.2(a), (b) or 7.3, if clause 6.1 operates, total compensation shall under no circumstances whatsoever and howsoever arising exceed NSD $500 per package where Carriage includes Carriage to, from or through a port and in all other cases 2 SDR per kilo of the gross weight of the Goods lost or damaged.

6.2 Where the stage of Carriage where the loss or damage occurred is known. Notwithstanding anything provided for in clause 6.1 and subject to clause 18, the liability of the Carrier in respect of such loss or damage shall be determined:
(a) by the provisions contained in any international convention or national law which provisions:
(i) cannot be departed from by private contract to the detriment of the Merchant, and
(ii) would have applied if the Merchant had made a separate and direct contract with the Carrier in respect of the particular stage of the Carriage during which the loss or damage occurred and received as evidence thereof any particular document which must be issued if such international convention or national law shall apply; or
(b) in case of shipments to or from, if the loss or damage is known to have occurred during Carriage by sea to or during Carriage to or from a container yard or container freight station in or immediately adjacent to the sea terminal at the Port of Loading or of Discharge in ports; or
(c) do not apply if the loss or damage is known to have occurred during Carriage by sea; or
(d) if the loss or damage is known to have occurred during Carriage inland, in accordance with the contract of carriage or tariffs of any inland carrier in whose custody the loss or damage occurred or, in the absence of such contract or tariff by the provisions of Clause 6.1, and in either case the law; or
(e) where the provisions of clause 6.2(a), (b), (c) and/or (d) above do not apply, in accordance with the contract of carriage or tariffs of any inland carrier in whose custody the loss or damage occurred or in the absence of such contract or tariff by the provisions of clause 6.1.For the purposes of clause 6.2 references to carriage by sea shall be deemed to include references to all waterborne Carriage shall be construed accordingly.

6.3 If the Place of Receipt or Place of Delivery is not named on the reverse hereof the Carrier shall be under no liability whatsoever for loss or damage to the Goods howsoever occurring:
(a) if the Place of Receipt is not named on the reverse hereof and such loss or damage arises prior to loading on to the vessel; or
(b) if the Place of Delivery is not named on the reverse hereof, if such loss or damage arises subsequent to discharge from the vessel, then the provisions stated in said Act shall govern before loading on to and after discharge from any vessel and during Carriage to or from a container yard or container freight station in or immediately adjacent to the sea terminal at the Port of Loading and/or Discharge.

6.4 Amendment of Place of Delivery
In the event that the Merchant requests, and the Carrier agrees to amend the Place of Delivery, such amended Carriage will be undertaken on the basis that the Terms and Conditions of this bill of lading are to apply until the goods are delivered to the Merchant at such amended Place of Delivery.

7. Compensation and Liability Provisions
7.1 Subject always to the Carrier’s right to limit liability as provided for herein, if the Carrier is liable for compensation in respect of loss of or damage to the Goods, such compensation shall be calculated by reference to the invoice value of the Goods plus Freight and insurance if paid. If there is no invoice value of the Goods or if any such invoice is not bona fide, such compensation shall be calculated by reference to the value of such Goods at the place and time they are delivered or should have been delivered to the Merchant. The value of the Goods shall be fixed according to the current market price, by reference to the normal value of goods of the same kind and/or quality.

7.2
(a) Where the Rules apply hereunder by national law by virtue of clause 5.1 or clause 6.2(a) the Carrier’s liability shall in no event exceed the amounts provided in the applicable national law. If the Hague Rules Article 1-8 only apply pursuant to clauses 5.1 or 6(c) the Carrier’s maximum liability shall in no event exceed NSD $100 per Package or unit.
(b) Where Carriage includes Carriage to, from or through a port neither the Carrier nor the Vessel shall in any event be or become liable in an amount exceeding NSD $500 per Package or customary freight unit.
(c) In all other cases compensation shall not exceed the limitation of liability of 2 SDR per kilo as provided in clause 6.1(c).

7.3 The Merchant agrees and acknowledges that the Carrier has no knowledge of the value of the Goods and higher compensation than that provided for in this bill of lading may be claimed only when, with the consent of the Carrier, the value of the Goods declared by the Shipper upon delivery to the Carrier has been stated in the box marked “Declared Value” on the reverse of this bill of lading and extra freight paid. In that case, the amount of the declared value shall be substituted for the limits laid down in this bill of lading. Any partial loss or damage shall be adjusted pro rata on the basis of such declared value.

7.4 Nothing in this bill of lading shall operate to limit or deprive the Carrier of any statutory protection, defence, exception or limitation of liability authorised by any applicable laws, statutes or regulations of any country. The Carrier shall have the benefit of the said laws, statutes or regulations as if it were the owner of any carrying ship or vessel.

8. General
8.1 The Carrier does not undertake that the Goods or any documents relating thereto shall arrive or be available at any point or place at any stage during the Carriage or at the Port of Discharge or the Place of Delivery at any particular time or to meet any particular requirement of any licence, permission, sale contract, or credit of the Merchant or any market or use of the Goods and the Carrier shall under no circumstances whatsoever and howsoever arising be liable for any direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage caused by delay. If the Carrier should nevertheless be held legally liable for any such direct or indirect or consequential loss or damage caused by such alleged delay, such liability shall in no event exceed the Freight paid for the Carriage.

8.2 Save as is otherwise provided herein, the Carrier shall under no circumstances be liable for direct or indirect or consequential loss or damage arising from any other cause whatsoever or for loss of profits.

8.3 Once the Goods have been received by the Carrier for Carriage the Merchant shall not be entitled neither to impede, delay, suspend or stop or otherwise interfere with the Carrier’s intended manner of performance of the Carriage or the exercise of the liberties conferred by this bill of lading nor to instruct or require delivery of the Goods at other than the Port of Discharge or Place of Delivery named on the reverse hereof or such other Port or Place selected by the Carrier in the exercise of the liberties herein, for any reason whatsoever including but not limited to the exercise of any right of stoppage in transit conferred by the Merchant’s contract of sale or otherwise. The Merchant shall indemnify the Carrier against all claims, liabilities, loss, damages, costs, delay, attorney fees and/or expenses caused to the Carrier, his Subcontractors, servants or agents or to any other cargo or to the owner of such cargo during the Carriage arising or resulting from any stoppage (whether temporary or permanent) in the Carriage of the Goods whether at the request of the Merchant, or in consequence of any breach by the Merchant of this clause, or in consequence of any dispute whatsoever in respect of the Goods (including, but without restriction, disputes as to ownership, title, quality, quantity or description of and/or payment for the Goods) involving any one or more party defined herein as the Merchant as between themselves or with any third party other than the Carrier and the liberties provided for in clauses 19 and 20 shall be available to the Carrier in the event of any such stoppage.

8.4 The Terms and Conditions of this bill of lading shall govern the responsibility of the Carrier in connection with or arising out of the supplying of a Container to the Merchant whether before, during or after the Carriage.

9. Notice of Loss, Time Bar
Unless notice of loss or damage and the general nature of such loss or damage be given in writing to the Carrier or his agents at the Place of Delivery (or Port of Discharge if no Place of Delivery is named on the reverse hereof) before or at the time of removal of the Goods into the custody of the Merchant or if the loss or damage is not apparent within three days thereafter, such removal shall be prima facie evidence of the delivery by the Carrier of the Goods as described in this bill of lading. In any event, the Carrier shall be discharged from all liability whatsoever in respect of the Goods unless suit is brought within one year after their delivery or the date when they should have been delivered.

10. Defences and Limits for the Carrier The Terms and Conditions
Of whatever nature provided for in this bill of lading shall apply in any action against the Carrier for any loss or damage whatsoever and howsoever occurring (and, without restricting the generality of the foregoing, including delay, late delivery and/or delivery without surrender of this bill of lading) and whether the action be founded in contract, bailment or in tort and even if the loss or damage arose as a result of unseaworthiness, negligence or fundamental breach of contract

11. Shipper-packed Containers
If a Container has not been packed by the Carrier:

11.1 This bill of lading shall be a receipt only for such a Container;

11.2 The Carrier shall not be liable for loss of or damage to the contents and the Merchant shall indemnify the Carrier against any injury, loss, damage, liability or expense whatsoever incurred by the Carrier if such loss of or damage to the contents and/or such injury, loss, damage, liability or expense has been caused by all matters beyond his control including, inter alia, without prejudice to the generality of this exclusion.
(a) the manner in which the Container has been packed; or
(b) the unsuitability of the Goods for carriage in Containers; or
(c) the incorrect setting of any thermostatic, ventilation, or other special controls thereof; or
(d) the unsuitability or defective condition of the Container provided that, if the Container has been supplied by the Carrier, this unsuitability or defective condition could have been apparent upon reasonable inspection by the Merchant at or prior to the time the Container was packed.

11.3 The Merchant is responsible for the packing and sealing of all shipper-packed Containers and, if a shipper-packed Container is delivered by the Carrier with any original seal intact, the Carrier shall not be liable for any shortage of Goods ascertained at delivery.

11.4 The Shipper shall inspect Containers before packing them and the use of Containers shall be prima facie evidence of their being sound and suitable for use.

12. Perishable Cargo
12.1 Goods, including Goods of a perishable nature, shall be carried in ordinary Containers without special protection, services or other measures unless there is noted on the reverse side of this bill of lading that the Goods will be carried in a refrigerated, heated, electrically ventilated or otherwise specifically equipped Container or are to receive special attention in any way. The Merchant undertakes not to tender for Carriage any Goods which require refrigeration, ventilation or any other specialised attention without giving written notice of their nature and the required temperature or other setting of the thermostatic, ventilation or other special controls to the carrier. If the above requirements are not complied with the Carrier shall not be liable for any loss of or damage to the Goods howsoever arising.

12.2 The Merchant should note that refrigerated Containers are not designed
(a) to freeze down cargo which has not been presented for stuffing at or below its designated carrying temperature and the Carrier shall not be responsible for the consequences of cargo being presented at a higher temperature than that required for the Carriage; nor
(b) to monitor and control humidity levels, albeit a setting facility exists, in that humidity is influenced by many external factors and the Carrier does not guarantee the maintenance of any intended level of humidity inside any Container.

12.3 The term “apparent good order and condition” when used in this bill of lading with reference to goods which require refrigeration, ventilation or other specialised attention does not mean that the Goods, when received were verified by the Carrier as being at the carrying temperature, humidity level or other condition designated by the Merchant.

12.4 The Carrier shall not be liable for any loss or damage to the Goods arising from latent defects, derangement, breakdown, defrosting, stoppage of the refrigerating, ventilating or any other specialised machinery, plant, insulation and/or apparatus of the Container, vessel, conveyance and any other facilities, provided that the Carrier shall before and at the beginning of the Carriage exercise due diligence to maintain the Container supplied by the Carrier in an efficient state.

13. Inspection of Goods
The Carrier shall be entitled, but under no obligation, to open and/or scan any Package or Container at any time and to inspect the contents. If it appears at any time that the Goods cannot safely or properly be carried or carried further, either at all or without incurring any additional expense or taking any measures in relation to the Container or the Goods, the Carrier may without notice to the Merchant (but as his agent only) take any measures and/or incur any reasonable additional expense to carry or to continue the Carriage thereof, and/or to sell or dispose of the Goods and/or to abandon the Carriage and/or to store them ashore or afloat, under cover or in the open, at any place, whichever the Carrier in his absolute discretion considers most appropriate, which sale, disposal, abandonment or storage shall be deemed to constitute due delivery under this bill of lading. The Merchant shall indemnify the Carrier against any reasonable additional expense so incurred. The Carrier in exercising the liberties contained in this clause shall not be under any obligation to take any particular measures and shall not be liable for any loss, delay or damage howsoever arising from any action or lack of action under this clause.

14. Description of Goods
14.1 This bill of lading shall be prima facie evidence of the receipt by the Carrier in apparent good order and condition, except as otherwise noted, of the total number of Containers or other packages or units indicated in the box entitled “Carriers Receipt” on the reverse side hereof.

14.2 No representation is made by the Carrier as to the weight, contents, measure, quantity, quality, description, condition, marks, numbers or value of the Goods and the Carrier shall be under no responsibility whatsoever in respect of such description or particulars.

14.3 The Shipper warrants to the Carrier that the particulars relating to the Goods as set out on the reverse hereof have been checked by the Shipper on receipt of this bill of lading and that such particulars, and any other particulars furnished by or on behalf of the Shipper, are adequate and correct. The Shipper also warrants that the Goods are lawful goods, and contain no contraband, drugs, other illegal substances or stowaways, and that the Goods will not cause loss damage or expense to the Carrier, or to any other cargo during the Carriage.

14.4 If any particulars of any Letter of Credit and/or Import License and/or Sales Contract and/or Invoice or Order number and/or details of any contract to which the Carrier is not a party, are shown on the face of this bill of lading, such particulars are included at the sole risk of the Merchant and for his convenience. The Merchant agrees that the inclusion of such particulars shall not be regarded as a declaration of value and in no way increases Carrier’s liability under this bill of lading.

15. Merchant's Responsibility
15.1 All of the Persons coming within the definition of Merchant in clause 1 shall be jointly and severally liable to the Carrier for the due fulfilment of all obligations undertaken by the Merchant in this bill of lading.

15.2 The Merchant shall be liable for and shall indemnify the Carrier against all loss, damage, delay, fines, attorney fees and/or expenses arising from any breach of any of the warranties in clause 14.3 or from any other cause whatsoever in connection with the Goods for which the Carrier is not responsible.

15.3 The Merchant shall comply with all regulations or requirements of customs, port and other authorities, and shall bear and pay all duties, taxes, fines, imposts, expenses or losses (including, without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing Freight for any additional Carriage undertaken), incurred or suffered by reason thereof, or by reason of any illegal, incorrect or insufficient declaration or by reason of any illegal, incorrect or insufficient declaration, marking, numbering or addressing of the Goods, and shall indemnify the Carrier in respect thereof.

15.4 If Containers supplied by or on behalf of the Carrier are unpacked by or for the Merchant, the Merchant is responsible for returning the empty Containers, with interiors clean, odour free and in the same condition as received, to the point or place designated by the Carrier, within the time prescribed. Should a Container not be returned in the condition required and/or within the time prescribed in the Tariff, the Merchant shall be liable for any detention, loss or expense incurred as a result thereof.

15.5 Containers released into the care of the Merchant for packing, unpacking or any other purpose whatsoever are at the sole risk of the Merchant until redelivered to the Carrier. The Merchant shall indemnify the Carrier for all loss of and/or damage and/or delay to such Containers. Merchants are deemed to be aware of the dimensions and capacity of any Containers released to them.

16. Freight, Expenses and Fees
16.1 Full Freight shall be payable based on particulars furnished by or on behalf of the Shipper. The Carrier may at any time open the Goods or Container(s) and, if the Shipper’s particulars are incorrect the Merchant and the Goods shall be liable for the correct Freight and any expenses incurred in examining, weighing, measuring, or valuing the Goods.

16.2 Full Freight shall be considered completely earned on receipt of the Goods by the Carrier and shall be paid and non returnable in any event.

16.3 All sums payable to the Carrier are due on demand and shall be paid in full in United States currency or, at the Carrier’s option, in its equivalent in the currency of the Port of Loading or of Discharge or the Place of Receipt or of Delivery or as specified in the Carrier’s Tariff.

16.4 The Merchant’s attention is drawn to the stipulations concerning currency in which the Freight is to be paid, rate of exchange, devaluation, additional insurance premium and other contingencies relative to Freight in the applicable Tariff. In the event of any discrepancy between Freight (incl. charges etc) items in the bill of lading and any Carrier invoices, the latter shall prevail.

16.5 All Freight shall be paid without any set-off, counter-claim, deduction or stay of execution at latest before delivery of the Goods.

16.6 If the Merchant fails to pay the Freight when due he shall be liable also for payment of service fee, interest due on any outstanding and/or overdue sum, reasonable attorney fees and expenses incurred in collecting any sums due to the Carrier. Payment of Freight and charges to a freight forwarder, broker or anyone other than the Carrier or its authorised agent, shall not be deemed payment to the Carrier and shall be made at the Merchant’s sole risk.

16.7 Despite the acceptance by the Carrier of instructions to collect Freight, duties, fees, demurrage/detention and costs and expenses from the shipper or consignee or any other Person, then, in the absence of evidence of payment (for whatever reason) by such shipper or consignee or other Person when due, the Merchant shall remain responsible for and for the payment of such Freight, duties, fees, demurrage/detention and costs and expenses on receipt of evidence of demand within the meaning of clause 16.3

16.8 If the Carrier, at its sole discretion, grants credit on any sums payable to the Carrier, the terms and conditions applicable to any credit (Credit Terms) are available from the Carrier or his authorised agents. The applicable Credit Terms will automatically apply to any granting of credit by the Carrier, unless otherwise agreed by the Carrier.

17. Lien
The Carrier shall have a lien on the Goods and any documents relating thereto for all sums payable to the Carrier under this contract and for general average contributions to whomsoever due. The Carrier shall also have a lien against the Merchant on the Goods and any document relating thereto for all sums due from him to the Carrier under any other contract. The Carrier may exercise his lien at any time and any place in his sole discretion, whether the contractual Carriage is completed or not. In any event any lien shall extend to cover the cost of recovering any sums due and for that purpose the Carrier shall have the right to sell the Goods by public auction or private treaty, without notice to the Merchant. The Carrier’s lien shall survive delivery of the Goods.

18. Optional Stowage, Deck Cargo and Livestock
18.1 The Goods may be packed by the Carrier in Containers and consolidated with other goods in Containers.

18.2 Goods, whether packed in Containers or not, may be carried on deck or under deck without notice to the Merchant unless on the reverse side hereof it is specifically stipulated that the Containers or Goods will be carried under deck. If carried on deck, the Carrier shall not be required to note, mark or stamp on the bill of lading any statement of such on-deck carriage. Save as provided in clause 18.3, such Goods (except livestock) carried on or under deck and whether or not stated to be carried on deck shall participate in general average and shall be deemed to be within the definition of goods for the purpose of the Rulesand shall be carried subject to such Rules or Act, whichever is applicable.

18.3 Goods (not being Goods stowed in Containers other than flats or pallets) which are stated herein to be carried on deck and livestock, whether or not carried on deck, are carried without responsibility on the part of the Carrier for loss or damage of whatsoever nature or delay arising during the Carriage whether caused by unseaworthiness or negligence or any other cause whatsoever and the Rules shall not apply.

19. Methods and Routes of Carriage
19.1 The Carrier may at any time and without notice to the Merchant:
(a) use any means of transport or storage whatsoever;
(b) transfer the Goods from one conveyance to another including transshipping or carrying the same on a vessel other than the vessel named on the reverse hereof or by any other means of transport whatsoever and even though transshipment or forwarding of the Goods may not have been contemplated or provided for herein;
(c) unpack and remove the Goods which have been packed into a Container and forward them via Container or otherwise;
(d) sail without pilots, proceed via any route, (whether or not the nearest or most direct or customary or advertised route) at any speed and proceed to, return to and stay at any port or place whatsoever (including the Port of Loading herein provided) once or more often, and in any order in or out of the route or in a contrary direction to or beyond the Port of Discharge once or more often;
(e) load and unload the Goods at any place or port (whether or not any such port is named on the reverse hereof as the Port of Loading or Port of Discharge) and store the Goods at any such port or place;
(f) comply with any orders or recommendations given by any government or authority or any Person or body or purporting to act as or on behalf of such government or authority or having under the terms of the insurance on any conveyance employed by the Carrier the right to give orders or directions.

19.2 The liberties set out in clause
19.1 may be invoked by the Carrier for any purpose whatsoever whether or not connected with the Carriage of the Goods, including but not limited to loading or unloading other goods, bunkering or embarking or disembarking any person(s), undergoing repairs and/or drydocking, towing or being towed, assisting other vessels, making trial trips and adjusting instruments. Anything done or not done in accordance with clause 19.1 or any delay arising therefrom shall be deemed to be within the contractual Carriage and shall not be a deviation.

20. Matters Affecting Performance
If at any time Carriage is or is likely to be affected by any hindrance, risk, danger, delay, difficulty or disadvantage of whatsoever kind and howsoever arising which cannot be avoided by the exercise of reasonable endeavours, (even though the circumstances giving rise to such hindrance, risk, danger, delay, difficulty or disadvantage existed at the time this contract was entered into or the Goods were received for Carriage) the Carrier may at his sole discretion and without notice to the Merchant and whether or not the Carriage is commenced either:

(a) Carry the Goods to the contracted Port of Discharge or Place of Delivery, whichever is applicable, by an alternative route to that indicated in this bill of lading or that which is usual for Goods consigned to that Port of Discharge or Place of Delivery. If the Carrier elects to invoke the terms of this clause 20(a) then, notwithstanding the provisions of clause 19 hereof, he shall be entitled to charge such additional Freight as the Carrier may determine; or
(b) Suspend the Carriage of the Goods and store them ashore or afloat upon the Terms and Conditions of this bill of lading and endeavour to forward them as soon as possible, but the Carrier makes no representations as to the maximum period of suspension. If the Carrier elects to invoke the terms of this clause 20(b) then, notwithstanding the provisions of clause 19 hereof, he shall be entitled to charge such additional Freight and Costs as the Carrier may determine; or
(c) Abandon the Carriage of the Goods and place them at the Merchant’s disposal at any place or port which the Carrier may deem safe and convenient, whereupon the responsibility of the Carrier in respect of such Goods shall cease. The Carrier shall nevertheless be entitled to full Freight on the Goods received for the Carriage, and the Merchant shall pay any additional costs incurred by reason of the abandonment of the Goods. If the Carrier elects to use an alternative route under clause20(a) or to suspend the Carriage under clause 20(b) this shall not prejudice his right subsequently to abandon the Carriage.

21. Dangerous Goods
21.1 No Goods which are or which may become of a dangerous, noxious, hazardous, flammable, or damaging nature (including radioactive material), or which are or may become liable to damage any Persons or property whatsoever, and whether or not so listed in any official or unofficial, international or national code, convention, listing or table shall be tendered to the Carrier for Carriage without previously giving written notice of their nature, character, name, label and classification (if applicable) to the Carrier and obtaining his consent in writing and without distinctly marking the Goods and the Container or other covering on the outside so as to indicate the nature and character of any such Goods and so as to comply with any applicable laws, regulations or requirements. If any such Goods are delivered to the Carrier without obtaining his consent and/or such marking, or if in the opinion of the Carrier the Goods are or are liable to become of a dangerous, noxious, hazardous, flammable or damaging nature they may at any time or place be unloaded, destroyed, disposed of, abandoned or rendered harmless without compensation to the Merchant and without prejudice to the Carrier’s right to Freight and, the Carrier shall be under no liability to make any general average contribution in respect of such Goods.

21.2 The Merchant warrants that such Goods are packed in a manner adequate to withstand the risks of Carriage having regard to their nature and in compliance with all laws, regulations or requirements which may be applicable during the Carriage.

21.3 The Merchant shall indemnify the Carrier against all claims, liabilities, loss, damage, delay, costs, fines and/or expenses arising in consequence of the Carriage of such Goods, and/or arising from breach of any of the warranties in clause 21.2 including any steps taken by the Carrier pursuant to clause 21.1 whether or not the Merchant was aware of the nature of such Goods.

21.4 Nothing contained in this clause shall deprive the Carrier of any of his rights provided for elsewhere.

22. Notification and Delivery
22.1 Any mentioning in this bill of lading of parties to be notified of the arrival of the Goods is solely for information of the Carrier. Failure to give such notification shall not involve the Carrier in any liability nor relieve the Merchant of any obligation hereunder.

22.2 The Merchant shall take delivery of the Goods within the time provided for in the Carrier’s applicable Tariff. If the Merchant fails to do so, the Carrier may without notice unpack the Goods if packed in containers and/or store the Goods ashore, afloat, in the open or under cover at the sole risk of the Merchant. Such storage shall constitute due delivery hereunder, and thereupon all liability whatsoever of the Carrier in respect of the Goods or that part thereof shall cease and the costs of such storage shall forthwith upon demand be paid by the Merchant to the Carrier.

22.3 If the Goods are unclaimed within a reasonable time or whenever in the Carrier’s opinion the Goods are likely to deteriorate, decay or become worthless, or incur charges whether for storage or otherwise in excess of their value, the Carrier may at his discretion and without prejudice to any other rights which he may have against the Merchant without notice and without any responsibility attaching to him sell, abandon or otherwise dispose of the Goods at the sole risk and expense of the Merchant and apply any proceeds of sale in reduction of the sums due to the Carrier from the Merchant in respect of this bill of lading.

22.4 Refusal by the Merchant to take delivery of the Goods in accordance with the terms of this clause and/or to mitigate any loss or damage thereto shall constitute a waiver by the Merchant to the Carrier of any claim whatsoever relating to the Goods or the Carriage thereof.

22.5 The Carrier may in his absolute discretion receive the Goods as Full Container Load and deliver them as less than Full Container Load and/or as break bulk cargo and/or deliver the Goods to more than one receiver. In such event the Carrier shall not be liable for any shortage, loss, damage or discrepancies of the Goods, which are found upon the unpacking of the Container.

23. Both-to-Blame Collision Clause
23.1 The Both-to-Blame Collision clauses published and/or approved by Harukian Cargo Line and obtainable from the Carrier or his agent upon request are hereby incorporated herein.

24. General Average and Salvage
24.1 General average to be adjusted at any port or place at the Carrier’s option and to be settled according to the Paphos-Rhydin Rules 1994, this covering all Goods carried on or under deck. General average on a vessel not operated by the Carrier shall be adjusted according to the requirements of the operator of that vessel.

24.2 Such security including a cash deposit as the Carrier may deem sufficient to cover the estimated contribution of the Goods and any salvage and special charges thereon, shall, if required, be submitted to the Carrier prior to delivery of the Goods. The Carrier shall be under no obligation to exercise any lien for general average contribution due to the Merchant.

24.3 Should the Carrier in its own discretion choose to post general average and/or salvage security due from cargo interests or pay general average and/or salvage contributions due from cargo interests, the Merchant hereby assigns to the Carrier all his rights in respect of the general average and/or salvage.

24.4 If a salving ship is owned or operated by the Carrier, salvage shall be paid for as fully as if the said salving ship belonged to strangers.

25. Variation of the Contract No servant or agent of the Carrier shall have the power to waive or vary any Terms and Conditions of this bill of lading unless such waiver or variation is in writing and is specifically authorised or ratified in writing by the Carrier.

26. Law and Jurisdiction
Whenever clause 6.2(d) and/or whenever applies, whether by virtue of Carriage of the Goods to or from the nation of Ser Di Haruk is to have exclusive jurisdiction to hear all disputes in respect thereof. In all other cases, this bill of lading shall be governed by and construed in accordance with International law and all disputes arising hereunder shall be determined by the High Court of Justice to the exclusion of the jurisdiction of the courts of another country.

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Is this a corporation import-export contract?
If yes to the corporate account, what corporation?:
How Many Days of Transport and Service?:
Type of cargo ship desired (please list a vessel class type from the list above):
Type of Cargo:
ACSC - Aircraft Cargo Services Contract [  ]
VCSC - Vehicle Carriers Services Contract [  ]
MCSC - Military Cargo Services Contract [  ]
FSCSC - Food Stuffs Cargo Services Contract [  ]
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Postby Ser Di Haruk » Thu Feb 18, 2010 8:04 pm

News for clients

Harukian Cargo Line is offering a discount for customers. Half off of shipping and recieving, also, as of now, HCL and the Kunya Trade Corporation will also do military grade hardware transportation as well.

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Postby The City State Rhydin » Thu Jun 17, 2010 11:31 am

Nation Full Name: The City State Rhydin
Is this a corporate cargo shipping, or a national import-export contract?: Corporate Cargo
Type of cargo ship desired: PS Vehicle Carrier
Type of Cargo: Automobiles
How much of said cargo: 400
Single destination or multiples?: Multiple Destinations & Departures

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Ser Di Haruk
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Postby Ser Di Haruk » Thu Jun 17, 2010 12:39 pm

Addressing: The City State Rhydin
Addressing: Dimar Vek Zun, Rhydia Vehicle Corporation
From: Adari Nizan (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist)
Cc: Kunya Trade Authority Corporation.
Subject: Contractual Shipping

On behalf of the Kunya Trade Authority Corporation, and Adari Nizan (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist), Harukian Cargo Lines is pleased to announce that your offer of a long term contract is accepted.

This contract is set for: 10 years.
Cost of contract: $3.6 Billion Mira
Service type: PS Class Vehicle Carriers
Amount of Cargo: 350-400 carried vehicles
Destinations: Multiple

As Rhydia Vehicle Corporation has agreed to the terms of this contract, and has paid the service fee for this contract, of which the total sum is due at the end of ten years. This contract is as mentioned above, approved of by the Kunya Trade Authority.

Thankyou for choosing Harukian Cargo Line.

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Postby Juchean Hellas » Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:25 pm

Nation Full Name: The Democratic Republic of Juchean Hellas
Is this a corporate cargo shipping, or a national import-export contract?: National import-export contract.
Type of cargo ship desired: PS-class
Type of Cargo: Various agricultural products for import, sodas, metals, and automobiles for export
How much of said cargo: 200 thousand tons both ways.
Single destination or multiples?: Multiple.
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Postby Ser Di Haruk » Sat Jul 24, 2010 2:28 pm

Addressing: The Democratic Republic of Juchean Hellas
From: Adari Nizan (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist)
Cc: Kunya Trade Authority Corporation.
Subject: Contractual Shipping

On behalf of the Kunya Trade Authority Corporation, and Adari Nizan (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist), Harukian Cargo Lines is pleased to announce that your offer of a long term contract is accepted.

Cost of contract: $200 Million Mira initial service fee
Per Month Transport Fee: $3 Million Mira
Service type: PS Class Cargo Carrier
Amount of Cargo: 200 thousand tons both ways.
Destinations: Multiple

As The Democratic Republic of Juchean Hellas has agreed to the terms of this contract, and has paid the service fee for this contract. This contract is as mentioned above, approved of by the Kunya Trade Authority.

Thankyou for choosing Harukian Cargo Line.

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Postby Ser Di Haruk » Fri Oct 22, 2010 1:40 am

bump for business

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Postby Monte Mare » Tue Nov 02, 2010 6:15 am

Nation Full Name: Principality of Monte Mare
Is this a corporate cargo shipping, or a national import-export contract?: Corporate
Type of cargo ship desired: PS Vehicle Carrier
Type of Cargo: Luxury cars
How much of said cargo: About 200-250 vehicles per month
Single destination or multiples?: Multiple

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Addressing: Principality of Monte Mare
From: Adari Nizan (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist)
Cc: Kunya Trade Authority Corporation.
Subject: Contractual Shipping

On behalf of the Kunya Trade Authority Corporation, and Adari Nizan (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist), Harukian Cargo Lines is pleased to announce that your offer of a long term contract is accepted.

This contract is set for: Indefinate (Determination by contractor)
Cost of contract: $2.2 Billion Mira
Service type: PS Class Vehicle Carriers
Amount of Cargo: 200-250 carried vehicles per month
Destinations: Multiple

As The Principality of Monte Mare and it's registering Corporation have agreed to the terms of this contract, and has paid the service fee for this contract. This contract is as mentioned above, approved of by the Kunya Trade Authority.

Thankyou for choosing Harukian Cargo Line.

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Postby Zonolia » Wed Nov 10, 2010 4:41 pm

Nation Full Company Name: Jikilo Brothers Incorporated
Is this a national import-export contract?: No
Is this a corporation import-export contract? Yes
If yes to the corporate account, what corporation?: Jikilo Brothers Incorporated
Type of cargo ship desired: Whatever
Type of Cargo: Mainly Recources (Gold, Iron Coal, Helium, etc)
ACSC - Aircraft Cargo Services Contract [x]
VCSC - Vehicle Carriers Services Contract [x]
MCSC - Military Cargo Services Contract [x]
FSCSC - Food Stuffs Cargo Services Contract [x]
How much of said cargo: Indefinate
Single destination or multiples?: Single (South Jukian Port)
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Postby Ser Di Haruk » Mon Jan 31, 2011 3:08 pm

Addressing: Jikilo Brothers Incorporated
From: Adari Nizan (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist)
Cc: Kunya Trade Authority Corporation.
Subject: Contractual Shipping

On behalf of the Kunya Trade Authority Corporation, and Adari Nizan (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist), Harukian Cargo Lines is pleased to announce that your offer of a long term contract is accepted.

This contract is set for: Indefinate (Determination by contractor)
Cost of contract: $7.2 Billion Mira
Service types:
PS Class Vehicle Carriers
PS Class Foodstuffs Carrier
PS Class Cargo Carrier
PS Class Aircraft Carrier

Types of Cargo:
AC - Aircraft Cargo
VC - Vehicle
MC - Military Cargo
FSC - Food Stuffs Cargo
Destinations: Multiple

As Jikilo Brothers Incorporated and it's registering Corporation have agreed to the terms of this contract, and has paid the service fee for this contract. This contract is as mentioned above, approved of by the Kunya Trade Authority.

Thankyou for choosing Harukian Cargo Line.
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Postby Lindenholt » Sun Nov 25, 2012 9:03 am

Nation Full Name: The Kingdom of Lindenholt and Interplanetary Colonies
Is this a national import-export contract?: Export and Import
Is this a corporation import-export contract? Yes
If yes to the corporate account, what corporation?: XD Aerospace
Type of cargo ship desired: PS-type
Type of Cargo: Aircraft parts
ACSC - Aircraft Cargo Services Contract [ X ]
VCSC - Vehicle Carriers Services Contract [ X ]
MCSC - Military Cargo Services Contract [ ]
FSCSC - Food Stuffs Cargo Services Contract [ X ]
How much of said cargo: 450.000 KG
Single destination or multiples?: Single, Liberty City INT Naval Port
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Postby Ser Di Haruk » Mon Nov 26, 2012 3:03 am

Lindenholt
Lindenholt wrote:Nation Full Name: The Kingdom of Lindenholt and Interplanetary Colonies
Is this a national import-export contract?: Export and Import
Is this a corporation import-export contract? Yes
If yes to the corporate account, what corporation?: XD Aerospace
Type of cargo ship desired: PS-type
Type of Cargo: Aircraft parts
ACSC - Aircraft Cargo Services Contract [ X ]
VCSC - Vehicle Carriers Services Contract [ X ]
MCSC - Military Cargo Services Contract [ ]
FSCSC - Food Stuffs Cargo Services Contract [ X ]
How much of said cargo: 450.000 KG
Single destination or multiples?: Single, Liberty City INT Naval Port


Addressing: XD Aerospace, The Kingdom of Lindenholt and Interplanetary Colonies
From: Adari Nizan (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist)
Cc: Kunya Trade Authority Corporation.
Subject: Contractual Shipping

On behalf of the Kunya Trade Authority Corporation, and Adari Nizan (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist), Harukian Cargo Lines is pleased to announce that your offer of a long term contract is Accepted.

This contract is set for: Indefinate (Determination by contractor)
Cost of contract: $3.4 Million Mira ($4.63 Million NSD)
Service types:
ACSC - Aircraft Cargo Services Contract [ X ]
VCSC - Vehicle Carriers Services Contract [ X ]
FSCSC - Food Stuffs Cargo Services Contract [ X ]

Types of Cargo:
AC - Aircraft Cargo
VC - Vehicle
FSC - Food Stuffs Cargo

Destination[s]:
Singular - Liberty City INT Naval Port

As XD Aerospace have agreed to the terms of this contract, and has paid the service fee for this contract. This contract is as mentioned above, approved of by the Kunya Trade Authority.

Thankyou for choosing Harukian Cargo Line.

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Postby Maltropia » Sat Aug 03, 2013 4:33 am


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Dear sir,
Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Keith Mulcahy, and I am contacting you in my capacity as CEO of Maltropia's leading civilian shipwrights' firm, Maritime Imperial. I wish to cordially extend a sales tender to your esteemed company, Harukian Cargo Line. At Maritime Imperial, we are well aware of the need for a modern cargo fleet to compete in the ever-expanding world markets. While our products may not be the cheapest initial purchase, over time their higher quality more than makes amends for this with low maintenance and operating costs.

The vessel we are currently offering to your firm is the Sejanus-class container ship, a vessel with a TEU capacity of 5,300 and a gross tonnage of 67,000. It is the first ship we have placed on the international market because it has proven to be, domestically, our most successful. Further information on the ship may be found at its page on our website, www.maritime-imperial.mtr/cat/sejanus. We will gladly apply a one-time offer 5% discount to any purchase, whether of the Sejanus or any other product, you make within the next 7 days.

I sincerely hope this offer interests you, and eagerly look forward to the prospect of doing business with you in the near future.
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99% of global trade is done via Ocean transportation. Not only is it at the center of global trade but it is also responsible for moving the riches of the world. The existence of Harukian Cargo Lines lies with this core idea.

As a top transportation provider Harukian Cargo Lines is looking above and beyond the ocean carrier business and expanding our value chain as a total logistics provider.

Harukian Cargo Lines has weathered and survived many economic crises along with top ocean carrier around the world. Now from simply being the No.1 Ocean carrier in Ser Di Haruk and becoming a top player in the global market via recent contracts made, we are securing Logistics networks all over the world. Also we keep concentrating on opportunities to grow our business in the new realm of terminal operations, third party logistics, ship repair yards and ship management.

Harukian Cargo Lines will make a constant effort to pioneer new destinations to call and become a global trade leader. With the best logistics services we can provide we will act as a bridge between people, businesses, and countries.

In this, we hope to have your business, and look forward to a bright future.
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Addressing: Air Luxury Helicopters
From: Adari Nizan (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist)
Cc: Kunya Trade Authority Corporation.
Subject: Contractual Shipping

On behalf of the Kunya Trade Authority Corporation, and Adari Nizan (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist), Harukian Cargo Lines is pleased to announce that your offer of a long term contract is Accepted.

This contract is set for: Indefinite (Determination by contractor)
Cost of contract per month: $3.4 Million Mira ($2.31 Million RHd's)
Service types:
ACSC - Aircraft Cargo Services Contract [ X ]

Types of Cargo:
AC - Aircraft Cargo

Destination[s]:
Multiple: Athaos (Rhydin), Havasu City (Havasu), Hastur-Dagon (Starry Wisdom), Arvanneth (Siltrin Calussai)

As Air Luxury Helicopters has agreed to the terms of this contract, and has paid the service fee for this contract. This contract is as mentioned above, approved of by the Kunya Trade Authority.

Thankyou for choosing Harukian Cargo Line.
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Ser Di Haruk
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Postby Ser Di Haruk » Mon Jun 12, 2017 1:38 am

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Harukian Cargo Lines has weathered and survived many economic crises in the last few years, but we've returned, and have continued on with those contracts forged prior to woes in our region of operation.

Our current contracts for 2017 include:

In this, we hope to have your business, and look forward to a bright future.
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Kheleguria
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Postby Kheleguria » Fri Jun 23, 2017 10:58 pm

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To: Harukian Cargo Lines/Kunya Trade Service Corporation
From: KSF Global Operations

Type of Contract: corporation import-export contract
Corporation: Khele Sea Farms
Type of Shipping: FSCSC - Food Stuffs Cargo Services Contract
How Much Cargo: 5,000 tons every two weeks
Single Destination: Athwen Port
Type of Vessel Desired: PS-type vessel capacity
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Postby Ser Di Haruk » Sat Jun 24, 2017 12:27 am

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To: Harukian Cargo Lines/Kunya Trade Service Corporation
From: KSF Global Operations

Type of Contract: corporation import-export contract
Corporation: Khele Sea Farms
Type of Shipping: FSCSC - Food Stuffs Cargo Services Contract
How Much Cargo: 5,000 tons every two weeks
Single Destination: Athwen Port
Type of Vessel Desired: PS-type vessel capacity


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Addressing: Khele Sea Farms
From: Adari Nizan (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist)
Cc: Kunya Trade Authority Corporation.
Subject: Contractual Shipping

On behalf of the Kunya Trade Authority Corporation, and Adari Nizan (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist), Harukian Cargo Lines is pleased to announce that your offer of a long term contract is Accepted.

This contract is set for: 10 years
Cost of contract: $2.4 Million NSD per year
Service type and Type of Cargo: FSCSC - Food Stuffs Cargo Services Contract

Destination[s]:
Multiple, Pickup from: KSF Processing Industrial Port of Eyte
Multiple, Deliver to: Athwen Port (Renor Xukuth)

As KSF/Khele Sea Farms has agreed to the terms of this contract, and has paid the service fee for this contract. This contract is as mentioned above, approved of by the Kunya Trade Authority.

Thankyou for choosing Harukian Cargo Line.
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Kheleguria
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Postby Kheleguria » Mon Jun 04, 2018 11:57 pm

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To: Harukian Cargo Lines/Kunya Trade Service Corporation
From: KSF Global Operations
Subject:
We have been impressed with the shipping service of HCL/KTSC and wish to expand with our new markets. As such we require the following.

Type of Contract: corporation import-export contract
Corporation: Khele Sea Farms
Type of Shipping: FSCSC - Food Stuffs Cargo Services Contract
How Much Cargo: 15,000 tons every two weeks
Multiple Destinations: Athwen Port, Hallas Port, Saxatilis Port, Lepusta Port
Types of Vessels Desired: PS-type vessel capacity, and G-type vessel capacity

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Ser Di Haruk
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Postby Ser Di Haruk » Tue Jun 05, 2018 1:41 am

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To: Harukian Cargo Lines/Kunya Trade Service Corporation
From: KSF Global Operations
Subject:
We have been impressed with the shipping service of HCL/KTSC and wish to expand with our new markets. As such we require the following.

Type of Contract: corporation import-export contract
Corporation: Khele Sea Farms
Type of Shipping: FSCSC - Food Stuffs Cargo Services Contract
How Much Cargo: 15,000 tons every two weeks
Multiple Destinations: Athwen Port, Hallas Port, Saxatilis Port, Lepusta Port
Types of Vessels Desired: PS-type vessel capacity, and G-type vessel capacity


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Addressing: Khele Sea Farms
From: Adari Nizan (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist)
Cc: Kunya Trade Authority Corporation.
Subject: Contractual Shipping

On behalf of the Kunya Trade Authority Corporation, and Adari Nizan (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist), Harukian Cargo Lines is pleased to announce that your request has beenAccepted Furthermore upon inquiry your contract has been adapted to a 30 day plan for a year of service with a modified arrangement and the utilization of the following vessel types:

[4] S-type vessels - 8,500 TEU: Total tonnage of product to be shipped: 34,000 Tons.

This contract is set for: [1] Year
Cost of contract: 30 days at: $570,000.00 NSD
Additional Cost of contract: [1] Year rate: $6.84 Million NSD
Service type and Type of Cargo: FSCSC - Food Stuffs Cargo Services Contract

Destination[s]:
Multiple, Pickup from: KSF Processing Industrial Port of Eyte
Multiple, Deliver to: Athwen Port (Renor Xukuth), Hallas Port (The City State Rhydin), Saxatilis Port, Lepusta Port (Oryctolagus Cuniculus)

As KSF/Khele Sea Farms has agreed to the terms of this contract, and has paid the service fee for this contract. This contract is as mentioned above, approved of by the Kunya Trade Authority.

Thank you for choosing Harukian Cargo Line.
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Tairin
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Postby Tairin » Tue Jun 05, 2018 5:43 am

General Purchase Contract:
Nation Full Name: State of Tairin
Purchaser: Linimo Railway
Is this a national import-export contract?: no
Is this a corporation import-export contract? Yes
If yes to the corporate account, what corporation?: Railway Manufacturer
How Many Days of Transport and Service?: 10 days
Type of cargo ship desired: up to you
Type of Cargo:
ACSC - Aircraft Cargo Services Contract [ ]
VCSC - Vehicle Carriers Services Contract [x]
MCSC - Military Cargo Services Contract [ ]
FSCSC - Food Stuffs Cargo Services Contract [ ]
How much of said cargo: 5 trains per vessel, totally 20 trains must be sent.
Single destination or multiples?: single

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Ceranapis
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Posts: 44
Founded: May 18, 2018
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Postby Ceranapis » Tue Jun 05, 2018 5:44 am

Nation Full Name: The Republic of Ceranapis
Purchaser: Monisola Import/Export Inc.
Is this a corporation import-export contract? Yes
How Many Days of Transport and Service?: 10 Days
Type of Cargo: Corn, Soy
. ACSC - Aircraft Cargo Services Contract [ ]
. VCSC - Vehicle Carriers Services Contract [ ]
. MCSC - Military Cargo Services Contract [ ]
. FSCSC - Food Stuffs Cargo Services Contract [x]
How much of said cargo: 10,000 Tonnes Corn, 30,000 Tonnes Soy
Single destination or multiples?: Single Destination
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