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MINA SALMAN PORT USER MANUAL

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1. 2. 3. GENERAL PURPOSE ........................................................................................................................... 5 ABBREVIATIONS ................................................................................................................................ 6 MINA SALMAN GENERAL ISSUES............................................................................................... 7 3.1. SAFETY AND SECURITY GENERAL .......................................................................................... 7 3.2. SAFETY AND SECURITY: PPE, LIFTING GEAR, VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC ................. 9 3.3. MINA SALMAN HOURS OF OPERATION ............................................................................... 14 4. COMMUNICATION ............................................................................................................................ 15 4.1. AGREED COMMUNICATION DEADLINES ........................................................................ 16 5. GENERAL CUSTOMS FORMALITIES. .......................................................................................... 18 6. MARINE ACTIVITIES. ...................................................................................................................... 19 6.1.1. Pilotage.................................................................................................................................. 19 6.1.2. booking pilot service ........................................................................................................ 19 6.1.3. Pilot boats............................................................................................................................. 20 6.1.4. tug boats............................................................................................................................... 20 7. 8. CONTAINER OPERATIONS ........................................................................................................... 21 CONTAINER IMPORT PROCEDURES .......................................................................................... 22 container IMPORT GENERAL remarks ................................................................................... 22 9.1.1. IMPORT CONTAINER RELEASE................................................................................. 23 9.1.2. IMPORT CONTAINER APPOINTMENT SYSTEM .................................................... 24 9.1.3. IMPORT CONTAINER PAYMENT SYSTEM .............................................................. 25 9.1.4. IMPORT GATE IN AT MAIN GATE ............................................................................ 26 9.1.5. IMPORT GATE IN AT CONTAINER TERMINAL GATE ......................................... 27 9.1.6. IMPORT CONTAINER GATE OUT: CT GATE.......................................................... 28 9.1.7. IMPORT CONTAINER GATE OUT: MAIN GATE .................................................... 29 10. EXPORT CONTAINER PROCEDURE ........................................................................................ 30 10.1. eMPTY CONTAINER RELEASE FOR EXPORT ............................................................. 31 10.2. export container gate in: main gate .......................................................................... 32 10.3. EXPORT CONTAINERS GATE IN: CT GATE .......................................................... 32 10.4. MAIN-GATE OUT PROCESSING..................................................................................... 35 10.5. Empty containers GATE in procedure ........................................................................ 36 11. CFS RELATED OPERATIONS .................................................................................................... 37 11.1. ACCEPTANCE AND DELIVERY OF CARGO AT KING FAHAD CAUSEWAY (KFC) SHED 37 11.1.1. ACCEPTANCE OF CARGO AT KFC SHED: ............................................................... 37 11.1.2. DELIVERY OF CARGO FROM KFC SHED: ............................................................... 39 11.2. CARGO ACCEPTANCE/DELIVERY- LONG TERM SHED (LT) ................................... 41 11.2.1. ACCEPTANCE OF CARGO AT LT SHED: .................................................................. 41 11.2.2. RELEASING CARGO FROM LT SHED ........................................................................ 43 11.3. warehouse procedures..................................................................................................... 44 9.

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11.4. containers movement to/from warehouses : .......................................................... 45 11.5. Transport to and from the (customs) Inspection areas ...................................... 46 12. CONTAINER MOVES REPORTING: ......................................................................................... 47 12.1. Gate movements ............................................................................................................... 47 12.2. Yard movements and storage ....................................................................................... 47 13. EMPTY EQUIPMENT POOL MANAGEMENT ........................................................................... 48 13.1. NOMINATION OF EMPTY CONTAINERS FOR LOADING ON VESSELS. ............ 48 13.1.1. IDENTIFICATION OF EMPTY CONTAINERS FOR IMPORT AND TRANSSHIPMENT.................................................................................................................................. 48 13.1.2. CUSTOMS DECLARATION FOR EMPTY CONTAINERS FOR LOCAL SALE ... 49 13.1.3. CHANGE OF empty container STATUS .................................................................. 49 14. SHIPPERS OWNED CONTAINERS .......................................................................................... 50 14.1. INSTRUCTIONS ON SHIPPERS OWNED CONTAINERS ......................................... 50 15. QUAY-SIDE OPERATIONS ....................................................................................................... 51

15.1. VESSEL OPERATIONS GENERAL ....................................................................................... 51 15.2. VESSEL STOWAGE AND PLANNING OF STEVEDORING ACTIVITIES ................... 52 15.3. BERTH ALLOCATION PLANNING ....................................................................................... 53 15.4. PRO-FORMA VESSEL SCHEDULES.................................................................................... 54 15.5. GLOBAL VESSEL CALL INFORMATION (VESSEL DATA) ............................................ 56 15.6. DETAILED VESSEL CALL INFORMATION (VOYAGE DATA) ...................................... 58 15.7. AVAILABILITY OF QUAY-WALL SPACE ............................................................................ 59 16. DISCHARGE INFORMATION..................................................................................................... 60 16.1. BAPLIE ........................................................................................................................................ 60 16.2. DETAILED DISCHARGE INFORMATION .......................................................................... 62 16.3. DISCHARGE INSTRUCTIONS .............................................................................................. 63 16.3.1. Discharge checking activities. .................................................................................. 63 16.3.2. Over landed containers: ............................................................................................. 64 16.3.3. Short landed containers. .......................................................................................... 65 16.4. LOAD INFORMATION. ........................................................................................................... 66 16.4.1. Pre-plan stowage instructions.................................................................................. 66 16.4.2. load list release instructions ..................................................................................... 67 16.4.3. THE LOAD LIST PROCESS. ........................................................................................ 68 16.4.4. Reconciliation: ............................................................................................................... 69 16.4.5. RE-NOMINATION OF CONTAINERS ........................................................................ 70 17. CARGO DELIVERY DEADLINES ............................................................................................... 71 17.1.1. pro-forma cargo deadline .......................................................................................... 71 17.1.2. Operational Cargo cut-off: ........................................................................................ 72 18. VESSEL OPERATIONS REPORTING: ..................................................................................... 73 18.1.1. Reporting to vessel operator: .................................................................................. 73 18.1.2. Reporting to the vessels: ........................................................................................... 75 19. VESSEL BUNKERING, REPAIR & PROVISIONING:........................................................... 76 20. BREAK-BULK, OUT OF GAUGE CARGO .............................................................................. 77 BREAK-BULK REQUIREMENTS ON CONTAINER VESSELS: ..................................... 77 OOG REQUIREMENTS: .......................................................................................................... 78

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DIRECT DELIVERIES. ............................................................................................................ 79

DANGEROUS CARGO. ................................................................................................................. 80 DANGEROUS CARGO MANIFEST.................................................................................. 80 IMO CLASS 1 AND 7 ......................................................................................................... 81

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REEFER CONTAINERS ................................................................................................................ 82

22.1. YARD STORAGE....................................................................................................................... 82 22.2. CONNECTING AND DISCONNECTING ........................................................................ 83 22.3. BREAKDOWNS .................................................................................................................... 83 23. CLAIMS............................................................................................................................................... 84

23.1. HANDLING OF CONTAINERS THAT ENTER APMTB PREMISES IN DAMAGED CONDITION.................................................................................................................................................. 84 23.2. DAMAGE TO A CONTAINER INCURRED BY APMTB. ................................................... 85 23.3. DAMAGE TO A CONTAINER VESSEL INCURRED BY APMTB .................................... 86 GENERAL CARGO SECTION ................................................................................................................... 87 24. GENERAL CARGO IMPORT PROCEDURE ............................................................................. 87 24.1. ACCEPTANCE AND DELIVERY OF CARGO IN GENERAL CARGO YARD .............. 87 24.1.1. DISCHARGE OF CARGO IN GC YARD ...................................................................... 87 24.1.2. DELIVERY OF CARGO FROM GC YARD ............................................................. 89 24.2. DIRECT DELIVERY AND BULK CARGO DELIVERY .................................................... 91 24.3. DIRECT DELIVERY FROM VESSEL TO BARGE ........................................................... 93 24.4. DISCHARGE AND DELIVERY OF CARS ........................................................................ 94 24.4.1. DISCHARGE OF CARS .................................................................................................. 94 24.4.2. DELIVERY OF CARS....................................................................................................... 96 25. ATTACHMENT A: ........................................................................................................................... 98 DEADLINE OVERVIEW ........................................................................................................... 98

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ATTACHMENT B:............................................................................................................................ 99 COMMUNICATION ................................................................................................................... 99

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ATTACHMENT C:.......................................................................................................................... 107 FORMS LIST............................................................................................................................ 107

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1. GENERAL PURPOSE The purpose of this document is to reflect what has been agreed between PORT USER and APM TERMINALS BAHRAIN (APMTB) on operational procedures. This document will serve as a reference for both Port Users and APMTB operations personnel. The contents of this document are not static. Procedures will be updated or changed as new operational circumstances or requirements evolve.

<Endorsement VESSEL OPERATING AGENT OPS GM>

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2. ABBREVIATIONS APMTB APM Terminals Bahrain CFS Container Freight Station CO Container Operator CT Container Terminal CY Container Yard DO Delivery Order EDI Electronic Data Interchange EDIFACT UN standard format for EDI EIR Equipment Interchange Receipt ETA Estimated Time of Arrival (Pilot Station) ETC Estimated Time of Completion of Operation ETD Estimated Time of Departure ETS Estimated Time of Start Operations FA Forwarding Agent FIN APMTB Financial Department GC General Cargo FT Freight Tons HC Haulage Company HLP Operations Helpdesk HSSE APMTB Health Safety and Security Department ITT Intra Terminal Transport KFC King Fahad Causeway Shed LT Long Term Storage Shed POD Port of Discharge PPE Personal Protection Equipment SC Straddle Carrier STC Stevedoring Company TDR Terminal Departure Report: PREINVOICE TOS Terminal Operating System TU Trailer / Truck VPR Vessel Performance Report VOA Vessel Operating Agent COARRI Container discharge / loading report CODECO Container gate in gate out report COPARN Container announcement COPRAR Container discharge / loading order -6-

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3. MINA SALMAN GENERAL ISSUES

3.1.

SAFETY AND SECURITY GENERAL APMTB controls access of all vehicles and persons to the Port. Only vehicles and persons involved in business related to the Port activities will be allowed inside the Port. Proof of this activity will be required. All vehicles and persons are registered at the Main Gate and checked on access permits by APMTB Health, Safety and Security Department. Access permits can be obtained from the APMTB Health, Safety and Security Department. Trucks delivering containers to APMTB will not be allowed to carry passengers while on the facility. It is the HC responsibility that the chassis is capable of receiving containers as indicated in the release and pre-arrival notice, that the container is secured on the chassis and that the combination complies with the policy and safety regulations for road traffic. APMTB strongly recommends the use of twist locks on the truck chassis. APMTB Health, Safety and Security Department reserve the right to refuse entry in the port to any vehicle on grounds of Safety. All external truck drivers must adhere to the safety rules. While in the APMTB operational area all persons are to observe the APMTB safety rules and regulations. A summary of these rules can be found in the information leaflet handed over to all Port Users on the Main Gate. Non-compliance to these rules will lead to immediate eviction from the Port.

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All visitors move in the operational area at their own risk. When moving on foot wearing a Safety Vest is mandatory. Wearing a hard hat is mandatory in designated areas. Operational Heavy Equipment traffic always has the right of way over other vehicles. Maximum allowed speed inside the Port area is 40 km/hour. Maximum allowed speed outside main roads is 30 km/hour APMTB HSSE performs an exit validation for cargo at the Main Gate All vehicles and persons within the Port concession area are subject to inspection by APMTB HSSE Department.

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3.2. SAFETY AND SECURITY: PPE, LIFTING GEAR, VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC

Personal Protection Equipment (PPE): 1) Standard PPE for every port user is: - Hard hat - Reflective safety vest - Safety boots ?? 2) All regular users of the Port should have a personal set of PPE in their cars. 2a) Regular uses of the Port are: Staff of APM Terminals Bahrain and Svitzer Wijsmuller Staff of agents/ customers of the port, including companies renting warehouses/ space in the Port Contractors to the port or its users Truckers/ drivers of trucks Stevedores, inclusive sub-contracted individuals Government officials

3) All companies bringing visitors to the Port should have surplus PPE to distribute to people without personal PPE. 4) All areas - inclusive warehouses and other spaces rented out - are considered areas within the Port, and hence is under regulation of the port operator, APM Terminals Bahrain 5) In all zones of operation full PPE must be used. 5a) Zones of operation are: Container terminal

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Break bulk terminal Warehouses (rented and Port controlled) CFS Container repair areas Repair and workshops areas

6) Visitors to office buildings where the person is exiting the vehicle to step straight into the office is exempted for wearing PPE, however, PPE should be available in the car should the person enter zones of operation. 7) APM Terminals Bahrain as operating company have the moral and legal obligation to ensure any individual inside the Port, including rented warehouse areas, is wearing PPE as per regulations. Individuals not wearing PPE inside operational zones will be escorted out of the Port and only allowed back in when wearing proper PPE. Repeat offenders?

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Lifting Gear (LG): 1) APM Terminals Bahrain's "Lifting & Rigging - Safe Use, Maintenance and Inspection" (The Regulation) is attached for your guidance. 2) All companies and individuals operating in the Port must comply with above Regulation. 2a) Companies and individuals are: - APM Terminals Bahrain/ Svitzer Wijsmuller - Any company/ individual conducting lifting operation, including companies with existing rented facilities inside the Port - Sub-contractors/ stevedores chartered to operate in the Port 3) The Regulations are to be complied with in all zone of operation. 3a) Zones of operation are: Container terminal Break bulk terminal Warehouses (rented and Port controlled) CFS Container repair areas Repair and workshops

4) APM Terminals Bahrain as operating company have the moral and legal obligation to ensure any individual and company inside the Port, including rented warehouse areas, comply with the Regulation "Lifting & Rigging - Safe Use, Maintenance and Inspection". Non-compliant operation may/will? be stopped and only resumed when compliant. 5) APM Terminals Bahrain will conduct safety inspections to all buildings and zones of the terminals and report short comings to the responsible parties for rectification within a grace period.

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Vehicle/ Trafic Regulations: 1) The following vehicle and traffic regulations apply for all companies and users of the Port. 1a) The Regulations are: All drivers, and allowed passengers, must use seat belts Speed limitations must be respected Parking must take place in designated areas Mobile phones must be used in hands-free mode only Commercial vehicles must have fire extinguishers installed Smoking inside the Port is prohibited except in designated areas Musical gadgets with head phones are not accepted

2a) Companies and individuals are: Staff of APM Terminals Bahrain and Svitzer Wijsmuller Staff of agents/ customers of the Port, including companies renting warehouses/ space in the Port Contractors to the port or its users Truckers/ drivers of trucks Stevedores, including sub-contracted individuals Government officials

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4) APM Terminals Bahrain as operating company have the moral and legal obligation to ensure any individual inside the Port, including rented warehouse areas, is complying with health safety security and environmental regulations. Non-compliant individuals will be stopped and only permitted to resume operation when compliant.

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3.3.

MINA SALMAN HOURS OF OPERATION

Mina Salman is subject to the Laws of Bahrain regarding workdays and public holiday periods. Container Port: FCL area: KFC/LCL area: General Cargo area: 3 shifts per day, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week 2 shifts per day 1 shift per day 2 shifts per day

During the Holy Month of Ramadan and for those days marked by law there will be a break as governed by local Labour Laws and Regulations.

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4. COMMUNICATION APMTB will receive instructions from the AGENT and provide confirmation on execution of these instructions via standard written messages (E-MAIL OR FAX). The preferred communication mode for any instruction will be e-mail, fax or hard copy delivered to the relevant party. Other means of communicating instructions, including oral communication, will not be considered as valid. For all electronic communication a manual back up procedure will be available. When available OPERATING AGENTs instructions and APMTBs confirmation via EDIFACT EDI messages will support the following processes: Message: Discharge order Load order Stowage plans arr/dep vessels Stowage / discharge instructions Preliminary loading list Container gate receipt Container gate departure Load confirmation Discharge confirmation Delivery order (release)/Gate Customs Manifest Sender: VOA VOA VOA/APMTB VOA VOA APMTB APMTB APMTB APMTB VOA VOA

The timing of sending and format of these messages depends on the agreements with the parties involved. Message formats are included in Attachment C.

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AGREED COMMUNICATION DEADLINES

Below schematics represent the agreed deadlines applicable to the information flow between VESSEL OPERATING AGENT and APMTB.

4.1.1. IMPORT
N Message Type o . 1 BAPLIE (disc)/ . hard copy - by VOA 2 . Sender / Receiver (Others ---> APMTB) 24 hours before vessel ETA.

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4 .

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VESSEL OPERATING AGENT ---> APMTB Consolidated VESSEL discharge order / OPERATING list (discharge) AGENT ---> APMTB Import Advise VESSEL (FCL/LCL/PrivateOPERATING KFC) AGENT ---> APMTB Discharge APMTB ---> Confirmation VESSEL (discharge) OPERATING AGENT Gate activity report APMTB ---> /CODECO/CFS VESSEL report OPERATING AGENT

24 hours before vessel ETA.

24 hours before vessel ETA.

06/Hrs after vessel departure

One daily report sent at 07:00

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4.1.2. EXPORT
N Message Type o . 1 Gate-in activity . Sender / Receiver APMTB --> VESSEL OPERATING AGENT VESSEL OPERATING AGENT ---> APMTB VESSEL OPERATING AGENT -> APMTB APMTB -> VESSEL OPERATING AGENT APMTB -> VESSEL OPERATING AGENT Short Transit Time

One daily report sent at 07:00

2 Loading Instruction . (LI) - by VESSEL OPERATING AGENT 3 Stowage Instruction . (SI)

24 hours before vessel ETA.

24 hours before vessel ETA.

4 BAPLIE? Final . (load) Bayplan (fax, email, hardcopy) 5 Load Confirmation .

At least 6 hours after vessel ETD.

06 Hrs after vessel departure

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5. GENERAL CUSTOMS FORMALITIES. 1. Bahrain customs procedures are in force. 2. APMTB operates under Bahrain Customs rules. 3. Customs clearance is to be performed by fully registered Customs Clearing Agents 4. No cargo will be released without valid Customs approval

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6. MARINE ACTIVITIES. Marine Services are performed by Svitzer Wijsmuller Bahrain as subcontractor of APM Terminals Bahrain. All commercial issues relating to Marine Activities are to be handled by APMTB Commercial Department. APMTB provides pilotage and tug services. Lines men and berthing are executed by APMTB. Prior permission must be obtained from the Harbour Master through Port Control Tower for any vessel movement. All vessels operating within the Port limits are under surveillance of the Ports Vessel Traffic Management System (VTMS).

6.1.1. PILOTAGE Pilotage is compulsory within the limits of Mina Salman. Exception is ASRY Dry Dock. Such service is provided by APMTB round the clock. Minimum 7 days written notification ( weekly schedule to be given and updated on a daily basis for vessels calling in the next 24hours) of ETA shall be given to Port Control Tower/Harbour Master / Berth Coordinator.

6.1.2. BOOKING PILOT SERVICE 1. For arrival of vessel: 3 hours minimum notice is required for pilot booking. 2. For vessel departure: 1 hour minimum notice required for pilot booking. 3. Vessel particulars for pilots shall be submitted by every vessel only once for APMTBs Marine Service Records 4. The Agent can give the ETA and it is the responsibility of the Vessel Master to call the Port Control Tower on - 19 -

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Channel 74 initially when he is 10 miles from the pilot station and to update every half hour for the Marine Department to arrange for the pilot and communicate with the vessel 5. For sailing the vessel the Operations Department will give minimum 1 hour notice to the Marine Department. 6.1.3. PILOT BOATS APMTB operates with two pilot boats. 6.1.4. TUG BOATS The Shipmaster with the advice of the pilot- shall determine the number of tugs to be employed, but the Port Operator may stipulate a minimum number of tugs to be employed based on the LOA and the draft of the vessels. All tugboats have fire-fighting equipment and 45 ton bollard pull with 3600 horsepower.

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7. CONTAINER OPERATIONS
The land side operations entails all Gate movements and all intra Port movements between the CY and special areas inside the gate like CFS, Private sheds, depots, customs area, , etc.

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8. CONTAINER IMPORT PROCEDURES

9. CONTAINER IMPORT GENERAL REMARKS Empty containers imported from the Container Port into the country are eligible for customs duties. Any empty container to be picked up from the Port has to be pre-declared at Customs by the Container Operator. The procedures for import empty containers and loaded containers are the same except where specifically stated otherwise. Import containers become in principle available immediately after departure of the vessel, provided all local formalities are finalized. Special arrangements such as direct delivery from the vessel are possible, under special request to APMTB Operations Department and with all local authorities formalities completed. Cargo is only allowed to leave the Port once all required instructions have been received from the Cargo Operator, provided Bahrain Customs does not restrict the cargo from leaving the Port.

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9.1.1. IMPORT CONTAINER RELEASE 1. Delivery Order CONTAINER OPERATOR will provide APMTB with a release instruction for an import container before the trucking is arranged. 2. Bill of Entry Consignee/Clearing Agent will ensure that the container is released by Customs before the release to the Port is processed. 3. Container Release Form The form shall contain: The container prefix and number (for empty containers this field shall be omitted and only the number of containers of a certain size type will be given) Size/type Full/Empty status Container operator The release to party A Release reference code (Booking number) issued by Line/Cargo Operator Special release instructions

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9.1.2. IMPORT CONTAINER APPOINTMENT SYSTEM 1. In order for APMTB to process the pick-up of any import containers by truckers a mandatory Appointment System is available. 2. The Consignee will nominate the Haulier Company. This nomination will only be accepted when the Clearing Agent matches the Release Order information provided by the Container Operator. 3. The procedure is based on EDI/fax message or other written statements provided to Operations. 4. The Appointment information will always contain: Container prefix and number Size/type Container operator Full/Empty indicator The Release Code mentioned in the release instruction (DO) The serial number of the Bill of Entry Haulier identification. Truck identification Appointment date and time of delivery

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9.1.3. IMPORT CONTAINER PAYMENT SYSTEM o Consignee approaches Appointments Office with the following documents Valid Delivery order (DO) from the container operator Fully approved Bill of Entry o Appointment Controller checks TOS for all chargeable operational activities and record details on the pre-invoice and issues the same to the consignee. o Consignee pays for the charges at the Cashier (Finance Department). o Basis pre-invoice signed by Cashier and the above-mentioned documents, Appointment Controller confirms/issues appointment slip for the movement of the container.

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9.1.4. IMPORT GATE IN AT MAIN GATE Upon truck arrival at the Port for picking the container the Appointment information is checked at the Main Gate against the identification of the truck. The identification can be the truck registration plate. In case the Truck arrives with a container for delivery, Export or Empty Delivery gate-in procedures will apply as laid out in point xx of this manual. APMTB Health, Safety and Security Department reserve the right to refuse entry in the port to any vehicle on grounds of Safety. APMTB strongly recommends the use of twist locks on the truck chassis.

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9.1.5. IMPORT GATE IN AT CONTAINER TERMINAL GATE The Truck driver shall show the following documents to the CT Gate Controller: 1. Customs cleared Bill of Entry form (BE). 2. Pre-invoice signed by APMTB Cashier with validity date. 3. Delivery Order from Line with valid date. 4. Appointment slip with valid date. After verification of these documents the driver will be directed to a designated lane in the exchange area where he will receive the container. It is the HC responsibility that the chassis is capable of receiving the container as indicated in the release and pre-arrival notice, that the container is secured on the chassis and that the combination complies with the policy and safety regulations for road traffic. It is the HC responsibility to check the container for damage and labelling.

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9.1.6. IMPORT CONTAINER GATE OUT: CT GATE 1. When the truck arrives at the CT Gate with the container from the exchange area, APMTB personnel will perform the exit verification. 2. The verification consists of: a. Verify the truck number. b. Verify the container number and its digits. c. Record the seal number and inspect its intactness. In case more than one seal is detected, the seal on the left handle of the right door will be inspected. d. Inspection of the container exterior physical condition for visible damage. e. Gate Controller Fills out the EIR (Equipment Interchange report) f. Gate controller and truck driver sign the same. g. EIR distribution: i. Gate controller files one copy. ii. Second copy for the truck driver iii. Third copy is submitted to the Gate Office to be delivered to the Container Operator pigeon hole. It is the responsibility of the Container Operator to collect these copies. h. An equipment interchange report (EIR) will be produced regardless of the result of this inspection. 3. APMTB will provide Agents/Container Operators with a daily activity report/EDI on all Gate transactions as proof of delivery. 4. APMTB will keep a log of the container interchange registrations. These reports are available on request.

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9.1.7. IMPORT CONTAINER GATE OUT: MAIN GATE

At the Port Main Gate APMTB Gate Controller checks EIR and presence of an intact Seal and releases truck if satisfactory.

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10. EXPORT CONTAINER PROCEDURE


1. The delivery of export cargo to the Port is subject to time window agreements with the Vessel Operator, in any case no later than 24 hrs before ETA of outbound vessel. 2. Cargo delivered outside this window will not be included on the Load List. Vessel Operating Agent will have to provide new Vessel/Voyage. 3. Container Operators and Hauliers need to refer to the Vessel Operator to obtain information about these windows. 4. Exceptions will only be accepted by APMTB under a formal agreement with the Vessel Operator. Extra charges will be applicable. 5. Export cargo can only be delivered when the Port knows the vessel/voyage number on which the cargo is to be loaded. Cargo with unknown vessel/voyage will be accepted with a dummy vessel/voyage. The Port will charge a fee for Re-nomination / Shifting caused by this cargo. 6. The Vessel Operator must inform the Port Berthing Coordinator of expected vessel movements at least 24 hours before the cargo arrives through the gate.

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10.1. EMPTY CONTAINER RELEASE FOR EXPORT

Documents required: Empty Release Request from relevant Appendix x Appointment Slip. Refer appendix. EIR .Refer Appendix

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Process: 1. Shipper approaches Appointments Office with three copies of Empty Release Request. 2. Empty Release Request must contain the following basic information: Container size and type Vessel/Voyage and ETA Shipper Line POD 3. Appointments Office issues a dated Appointment slip. 4. Truck passes through Port Main Gate on presentation of valid appointment slip and export release letter. 5. Truck approaches CT Gate with Appointment slip and Empty Release Request. 6. Gate Controller takes appointment slip, Empty Release Request. 7. Gate Controller directs truck to a specific slot in the yard exchange area. 8. Gate clerk files export release and appointment slip. 9. Truck drive to CT out gate with container. 10. At CT out- gate, Controller fills EIR with relevant details and signs. 11. Truck driver signs and returns original. 12. CT-out gate Controller files original of EIR. 13. Truck drives to main gate. Main gate checks EIR with container and releases the same.

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10.2. EXPORT CONTAINER GATE IN: MAIN GATE Upon arrival at the Port Main Gate, Gate Controller checks for valid Line Acceptance Letter and Line Seal for full containers

10.3. EXPORT CONTAINERS GATE IN: CT GATE On CT Gate the truck driver shall provide following Line and Customs documents for verification to the CT Gate Controller. Shipping Line Full Acceptance Letter with following information 1. Valid date 2. Container no. 3. Size/type 4. Next POD / delivery 5. Connecting vessel/Voyage and ETA for transhipment 6. Weight 7. IMO details 8. OOG details 9. Reefer temp/ vent/humidity. Fully approved Shipping Bill from Customs.

The Gate Controller will perform the following physical checks against the information received Verify the trucker identification and number painted on the truck. Verify the container prefix, number and check digit. Verify the size/type of the container. (ISO) Inspect the seal. In case multiple seals are detected, the seal on the left handle of the right door will be registered. Verify OOG dimensions. - 32 -

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In case of a discrepancy of the size/type the Gate Controller will update the computer system according the actual details on the container. Inspect the condition of the container. In case of visible damage, a damage report will be issued. In case of damage to the container an Equipment Interchange Report will be created stating the extent of the damage. The Gate Supervisor will inform the OPERATING AGENT of the damage. In case the container so damaged that the safe handling of the container is restricted or its contents may be damaged, the container will be rejected and the driver sent to the CT out gate. Exception to this can be given when the OPERATING AGENT requests the container to be sent to the CFS for re-handling. If the container is carrying DG goods, check for the correct IMO labels. In case of Dangerous Cargo and no or incorrect labels are attached to the four (4) sides of the container, the container will be rejected and the driver send to the out gate. In case of full containers where no Container Operator Seal is attached, the container will be rejected and the driver sent to the out gate. Reefers will be checked for proper functioning and settings upon connection to power in the reefer yard. Any discrepancies between actual temperatures, settings and AGENT information will be communicated to the CONTAINER OPERATING AGENT immediately. For all above discrepancies and special registrations an exception report will be created in the form of an EIR. Gate controller files one copy. Hands one copy to the truck driver. Third copy is submitted to the Gate Office to be delivered to the Container Operator pigeon hole. It is the responsibility of the Container Operator to collect these copies.

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After verification and registration the driver will be able to proceed to the yard exchange area where the container is to be picked up. It is the HC responsibility that the container is unlocked / unlashed from the chassis at the CT Gate before the container arrives at the exchange area. Any damage to the truck, the chassis, the container or the container lifting equipment as result of noncompliance to this rule is for the full accountability of the HC.

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10.4. MAIN-GATE OUT PROCESSING When haulier arrives at APMTB Main Gate, Gate Controller checks EIR and releases truck from the port. In case the driver picked up an import full or empty container the related as laid on in this manual applies.

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10.5. EMPTY CONTAINERS GATE IN PROCEDURE o The process of arrival and Main-Gate transactions is the same as for full export containers. Only the Port handling and storage is different. o Gate Controller checks the following documents with the trucker Valid dated acceptance letter from Line/Container Operator with valid container specification Prepare EIR and get the truck driver to sign same for the condition countersigned by the Gate controller. o For empty container the empty status will be checked, for that purpose the trucker has to open the door. o It is the HC responsibility that Empty containers are delivered clean. In case the Container is not clean, the container will be rejected and the driver sent to the out gate. o Empty units should not carry IMO labels. It is the Haulier responsibility to remove labels from empty units before entering the CT. Otherwise the unit will be rejected. o After verification and registration the driver will be able to proceed to the yard exchange area where the container is to be picked up. o It is the HC responsibility that the container is unlocked / unlashed from the chassis at the CT Gate before the container arrives at the exchange area.. o Any damage to the truck, the chassis, the container or the container lifting equipment as result of non-compliance to this rule is for the full accountability of the HC.

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11.1. ACCEPTANCE AND DELIVERY OF CARGO AT KING FAHAD CAUSEWAY (KFC) SHED

11.1.1. ACCEPTANCE OF CARGO AT KFC SHED: 1. Haulier/Agent will supply APMTB GC Cargo Controller with a Letter advising arrival of Truck number and Job number. 2. Haulier/Agent Causeway. will provide Customs Clearance Documents at

3. Truck arrives to Main Gate under bond (In the presence of Customs). APMTB Gate Controller checks the documentation. 4. Truck arrives at KFC Shed. 5. Agent delivers Manifest and Letter requesting cargo to be stored in the KFC warehouse. 6. KFC Supervisor orders STC gangs and equipment. 7. KFC controller fills manifest details in the Manual Register 8. Cargo on chassis is measured for calculating STC handling charges by the KFC Supervisor. 9. KFC Supervisor decides where cargo to be placed in the warehouse. 10. KFC controller takes tally of cargo unloaded and compares the same with manifest. 11. KFC controller updates manual register with actual discharge and location in the yard. Also takes note of discrepancies between - 37 -

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manifest and actual cargo and notes the same in tally and manual register. 12. KFC Controller gets tally signed by truck/agent and files the same. 13. Tally is compared with STC tally and signed by the KFC supervisor to enable payments. 14. In case of damage/short shipment, KFC Supervisor issues report to Agent. 15. Truck leaves. In case trucks picks up different cargo , delivery procedures apply.

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11.1.2. DELIVERY OF CARGO FROM KFC SHED: 1. Agent will provide APMTB GC Cargo Controller with a release instruction for import cargo before the trucking is arranged. (Delivery Order) 2. Consignee/Clearing Agent will ensure that the cargo is released by Customs before the release to the Port is processed. (Bill of Entry) 3. Truck arrives at Main Gate, Gate Controller checks for valid DO and lets truck pass through. 4. Consignee & truck arrive at KFC shed. 5. Consignee presents fully approved BE and DO to KFC Controller. 6. KFC Controller measures cargo and compares the same with manifest in file. Corrects the FT if actual higher than as per manifest. 7. KFC Controller creates a pre-invoice with corrected FT where applicable. Pre-invoice includes handling, storage and equipment hire charges. KFC Supervisor checks and approves the pre-invoice. 8. Consignee approaches the cashier who collects the charges as per pre-invoice.( Gate Permit) 9. Consignee approaches KFC Controller with approved pre-invoice. KFC Controller issues Load Permit if more than one truck. 10. KFC Controller updates manual register with gate/load permit, delivery quantity, truck driver/consignee details and truck no. 11. Truck approaches main gate.

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12. Main Gate Controller checks validity of pre-invoice (Gate Permit) and Load Permit. Releases truck from port. 13. Special Note: The FT calculated for STC handling will differ from FT used for calculating handling charges from customer. The difference is the WT/CBM correction on the manifest upon physical verification of cargo.

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11.2. CARGO ACCEPTANCE/DELIVERY- LONG TERM SHED (LT)

11.2.1. ACCEPTANCE OF CARGO AT LT SHED: 1. Consignee forwards letter to the GC Superintendent/Manager requesting shifting of cargo. 2. Move is to be approved by the GC Superintendent/Manager and APMTB Finance Manager. 3. Consignee clears all customs formalities and supplies APMTB GC Cargo Controller with a fully approved BE from Customs. 4. Consignee following: submits to the relevant GC Yard Supervisor the

Valid Delivery Order from Line/Agent Fully approved BE form Customs Request to shift the cargo to LT approved by Finance and GC Superintendent/Manager.

5. GC Supervisor issues pre-invoice (Gate Permit) with handling, storage, shifting and any other pending charges. Cashier collects charges and signs. 6. Once charges have been collected, GC Supervisor files documents and arranges for shifting. 7. LT Supervisor files a copy of all documents and updates Registration Books on arrival of cargo as per the manifest. Updates tally and files the same. 8. Monthly or as per instructions from APMTB Financial Department (FIN), the LT Supervisor forwards storage charge collection report - 41 -

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11.2.2. RELEASING CARGO FROM LT SHED 1. Consignee will supply APMTB GC Cargo Controller a request for delivery or valid DO in case Line is owner of cargo. 2. Letter should be approved by APMTB FIN for no dues for past invoices. APMTB FIN should also mention the last date of collection of storage. 3. LT Supervisor issues pre-invoice for balance storage, equipment hire and other pending charges. (Gate/Load Permit) 4. APMTB Cashier collects charges and signs. 5. Consignee/Haulier approaches Main Gate Controller and is admitted to the Port on presentation of Gate/Load permit. 6. Consignee/Haulier approaches LT shed. LT Controller inspects documents and release of cargo and files all documents. 7. In case of damage/short shipment, LT Supervisor issues report to Agent. 8. Trucks approach Main Gate. Main Gate Controller checks for valid gate/load permit and BE and release cargo. 9. STC invoices: For all work at LT that involves STC, the tally of STC is to be signed by LT Supervisor after comparison with own tally. Copies will be sent to APMTB Finance to follow up payments procedure.

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11.3. WAREHOUSE PROCEDURES APMTB will provide transportation services between the CY and the CFS area. Containers will be positioned at the warehouses according to instructions received from the Warehouse operator, as appointed by Container Operator/ AGENT. With the exception of LCL Containers, Container Operator/Line will have to release the container before the transport to the warehouse can be started. Export Timing: 24 hours before vessel arrival, all export CFS loads must be in the CY and released by customs for final planning. Containers not in the CY location or not released will not be planned to load on the vessel.

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11.4. CONTAINERS MOVEMENT TO/FROM WAREHOUSES : Movement of Containers from Container Yard to CFS / warehouse Full to CFS (stripping move) Line/Agent provides an instruction to deliver containers for stripping at the CFS to the APMTB Cargo Control/CFS Supervisor via e-mail or fax minimum 24 hours before the required move to take place. The instruction shall include the container prefix and number, the required day/time of delivery to the CFS and the location (warehouse number and door). Unless otherwise advised, all LCL cargo will be moved to the APMTB operated LCL shed after 24 hours from Departure of the arrival vessel.

Empty to CFS (stuffing move) Agent/Line will provide an instruction to deliver empty containers for stuffing at the CFS or Warehouses to the APMTB Cargo Control/CFS Supervisor via e-mail or fax minimum 24 hours before the required move is to take place. The instruction shall contain the container size/type for generalpurpose containers, the required time of delivery to the CFS and the location (Warehouse number and door) Based on this instruction, the APMTB-CFS Supervisor will instruct the Yard Planning Section to nominate empty transhipment containers for CFS stuffing purposes.

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11.5. TRANSPORT TO AND FROM THE (CUSTOMS) INSPECTION AREAS o The Customs Inspection Area is situated in a dedicated yard area. o Containers are selected by customs for inspection. o In most cases these inspections will take place while the container is on the external Haulier truck. In these cases the trucker will be directed to the inspection area and inspection will take place while the container is on the chassis. o In some cases the containers must be positioned in the yard area for a longer period to allow for the checks to take place, or containers must be moved to general inspection area for noncustoms inspections. o In the inspection area: o Line/Agent / Freight Forwarder will instruct the gate and ITT group to move the containers to the inspection area via a written instruction (e-mail or fax). o The instruction must be given at least 12 hours before the move has to take place. o The instruction shall contain: Name of the company who orders the move (Container Operator, Freight Forwarder) Name of the company to be invoiced. Container prefix and number(s) Date and time the containers must be placed in the inspection area. Type of inspection or requested area.

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12. CONTAINER MOVES REPORTING:

12.1. GATE MOVEMENTS APMTB will provide Container Operators/ Agents with a copy of the Equipment Interchange prepared at the gate. APMTB will provide Container Operator/Agent with an EDI format arrival message for each container delivered to the Port. Timing and arrangement as per agreement between the OPERATING AGENT and APMTB. When available, APMTB will provide the OPERATING AGENT with an EDI format departure message for each container gated out off the Port. The operation will be conducted as per the agreement between the OPERATING AGENT and APMTB.

12.2. YARD MOVEMENTS AND STORAGE APMTB will provide the CONTAINER OPERATING AGENTS with a daily activity list for all containers delivered to and from the CY during the previous 24 hours The daily activity list can be sorted on type of activity and will provide the container prefix and number, the arrival/departure time, the mode of departure and the status of the container. Upon request, APMTB will provide CONTAINER OPERATING AGENT with a container storage list. This list will state all containers stored in the CY. The container particulars in the report can be agreed upon.

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13. EMPTY EQUIPMENT POOL MANAGEMENT


APMTB will segregate empty containers by operator, equipment size and height, and type

13.1. NOMINATION OF EMPTY CONTAINERS FOR LOADING ON VESSELS. CONTAINER OPERATING AGENT will nominate the quantity of empty containers for loading on vessels based on type, size and height, and APMTB will pick the most convenient containers out of the yard that complies with this nomination. Whenever practical this will be done on a FIFO basis. Format of the nomination that CONTAINER OPERATING AGENT sends is attached to this manual.

13.1.1. IDENTIFICATION OF EMPTY IMPORT AND TRANSSHIPMENT.

CONTAINERS

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Transhipment containers are identified through advise by BAPLIE or COPRAR as containers matching the following conditions: Category: Outbound vessel: Status: POD: Destination: transhipment VSLVSSL empty optional (ZZOPT) optional (ZZOPT)

Empty containers for import are identified through advice by BAPLIE or COPRAR as containers matching the following conditions:

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13.1.2. CUSTOMS DECLARATION FOR EMPTY CONTAINERS FOR LOCAL SALE Upon request APMTB will advise the CONTAINER OPERATING AGENT a list of empty containers in order for the CONTAINER OPERATING AGENT to get custom clearance for these containers. 13.1.3. CHANGE OF EMPTY CONTAINER STATUS o If change of status for empty containers from transhipment into local or vice versa is required, CONTAINER OPERATING AGENT will provide the nomination as a total amount by size/type specification. o APMTB will advise selected container numbers to CONTAINER OPERATING AGENT by email. This is a fee based service.

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14. SHIPPERS OWNED CONTAINERS


Any Shipper Owned unit either full or empty for import will be treated as any other containers which fall under the custody of the respective Container Operator/Line When these Shipper owned units are empty it is the responsibility of the Container operator to advice nomination for next vessel/voyage. These Shipper owned units will not be a part of Container Operating Companys empty pool.

14.1. INSTRUCTIONS ON SHIPPERS OWNED CONTAINERS Instructions related to empty-pool of import/export containers will be given by the CONTAINER OPERATING AGENT organization.

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15. QUAY-SIDE OPERATIONS


15.1. VESSEL OPERATIONS GENERAL APMTB will communicate and arrange vessel berthing, vessel operations and stowage planning for vessels including load and discharge instructions only with the designated VESSEL OPERATING AGENTS Operations departments. The VESSEL OPERATING AGENT will follow up with any third party involved. The VESSEL OPERATING AGENT as Vessel Operator must inform APMTB which Container Operators will be using the shipping services of the Vessel Operator through the port. Unless otherwise specified it will be assumed that for all containers discharged and loaded on VESSEL OPERATING AGENTs vessels, the Vessel Operator is the Container Operator. Common Carrier Feeders will be coordinated by the Vessel Operating Agent Issues and information related to containers or cargo once stored on the CY will be communicated to the Container Operator only. This includes inspections and damage registration.

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15.2. VESSEL STOWAGE AND PLANNING OF STEVEDORING ACTIVITIES o The actual load and discharge planning as per instructions received, and quay-wall scheduling for all vessels on the Container Port will be performed by APMTB Operations Planning Department. o The vessel planning is based on Projections received from the Lines central planning office through the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT.

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15.3. BERTH ALLOCATION PLANNING VESSEL OPERATING AGENT will provide the Port with information about vessels calling upon the port in order for APMTB to plan and organise berth allocation and resources. The berth planning will be made on the basis of : Pro-forma vessel schedules Global vessel call information Detailed vessel call information Availability of quay-wall space Vessel connections.

o The VESSEL OPERATING AGENT will provide APMTB with a long term schedule. o This will include all vessels within the agreed proformas at least one month ahead. o The schedule will further be updated based on the global and detailed vessel call information.

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15.4. PRO-FORMA VESSEL SCHEDULES o The vessel service pro-forma berth windows are set between the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT and APMTB operations management under contractual arrangement. o Unless otherwise requested, vessels in these services will be planned to arrive and depart on this pro-forma berth window arrival and departure times. o In case a vessel is delayed on the pro-forma schedule APMTB will try to sail the vessel as close to the pro-forma sailing time as possible provided this will not negatively affect other vessels schedules. o In case a vessel is arriving ahead of pro-forma but is not required to sail ahead on the pro-forma schedule APMTB will try to accommodate the vessel at the quay-wall, provided this will not negatively affect other vessels schedules. o In case a vessel has to sail ahead of the pro-forma sailing time APMTB will try to accommodate that requirement, provided this will not negatively affect other vessels schedules. o VESSEL OPERATING AGENT will provide per vessel service: The service code used by the line. The port rotation. This is a list of all the ports a vessel service calls including the UN location code for these ports and the lines code system for these ports if this would be different from the UNLOC. The names of the vessels operating in the service. This is a list with the names of all vessels which sail in the service including the international radio call sign and the lines code to identify the vessel. The pro-forma number of container moves in discharge and load for the service (total interchange load-discharge). In - 54 -

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case of transhipment connecting containers to/from vessel has to be listed in order to determine feasibility of the connection. APMTB will use this information to allocate the preferred yard and berth space for the vessels. Any changes in the service information must be communicated to the APMTB Berth Co-ordinator immediately.

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15.5. GLOBAL VESSEL CALL INFORMATION (VESSEL DATA) The VESSEL OPERATING AGENT is responsible to provide vessel arrival information to the APMTB Berth Co-ordinator. The information can be provided via e-mail, fax or hard copy. VESSEL OPERATING AGENT shall supply the Berth Co-ordinator with technical vessel information at least 7 days before arrival. This information has to be provided when the vessel calls the port for the first time, or whenever the previously supplied information has changed. The required technical vessel information consists of: For the whole vessel: Name of vessel Vessel radio call sign General or bay plan Stability/hydrostatic details. Length overall. Vessel container profile / container layout. Lashing plan/manual Requirement for one side mooring. Vessel capacity in TEU. Bay/hatch identification Hatch Cover design and type Longitudinal centre of gravity of container slots. Vertical centre of gravity of container slots. Transverse centre of gravity of container slots. Width of hatch/deck in container slots (cells). Depth of hatch/deck in container slots (tiers). Position of water tight bulk heads Identification of the cell numbers Identification of the tier numbers - 56 -

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Identification if hatches/bays are cellular/non-cellular. High cube allowance Below Deck and Above Deck 45 stowage Reefer points 20 or 40 only stowage Position of obstacles on deck. Required door direction / reefer connections Maximum stack weight under Deck and above Deck Below deck clearance per cell. Other particularities relevant to the vessel stowage. The vessel library will be updated with this information.

Global vessel call information to be given no less than 7 work-days prior to the estimated vessel arrival date or at least 24 hours before the first container to be loaded on the vessel arrives at the Port, whichever is first. The information must consist of: Vessel name and call sign

This information is used to detect differences between the schedule and the pro-forma berth requirements and to create the vessels visit number in the Port operating and financial systems. Updates to this information are required daily in case: The ETA changes more than 4 hours The service code changes The move count changes more than 10 %

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15.6. DETAILED VESSEL CALL INFORMATION (VOYAGE DATA) Detailed information shall be given for Line vessels at least48 hours before arrival at the dock. The information can be provided via e-mail, fax or hard copy. The required information consists of: Vessel name Call sign Vessel voyage number ETA Required ETD Expected number of moves per vessel call split in: Total discharge/load moves. Off-standard discharge/load moves. Working reefers discharge/load moves. Empty container discharge/load moves. IMO class discharge/load moves. Break-bulk information.

Upon receipt of this information APMTB will prepare the final berth and stevedoring labour planning.

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15.7. AVAILABILITY OF QUAY-WALL SPACE In case berth congestion causes problems with the quay-wall capacity due to delayed vessels etc, APMTB Berth Co-ordinator will consult VESSEL OPERATING AGENT to create the best workable solution.

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16. DISCHARGE INFORMATION VESSEL OPERATING AGENT is responsible for communicating the discharge, re-stow and remain-on-board requirements to the Port, within the agreed information deadlines.

16.1. BAPLIE 1. The VESSEL OPERATING AGENT shall provide the BAPLIE message no less than 24 hours prior to the arrival of the vessel. 2. The information must contain a complete Bay-plan of the arriving vessel via a BAPLIE EDI message. 3. If such a message cannot be generated according to this protocol a paper document containing the Bay-plan has to be delivered at least 24 hours before arrival of the vessel. 4. The bay plan provides for all containers on board the vessel: Container prefix, number and check digit Vessel stowage slot identification ISO size/type Container operator Port of loading, Port of discharge Next port of discharge Gross weight Full/empty indication Reefer temperature and temperature indicator (C/F) IMO class OOG identification with dimensions FCL/LCL

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16.2. DETAILED DISCHARGE INFORMATION The VESSEL OPERATING AGENT shall provide detailed discharge information at least 24 hours before arrival of the vessel The information shall be provided via an EDI / Hard copy message and will contain: Container number, prefix and check digit. Container operator Next port of discharge Container ISO type/size Container gross weight Full/Empty indication Bill of Lading Nr Consignee FCL/LCL indication. IMO dangerous goods code(s) UNNO dangerous goods number Reefer temperature setting and identification (F/C) Reefer ventilation setting. Reefer humidity setting "Off standard" measurements Next carrier information. For transhipment containers this is the next vessel code and voyage number of the outgoing vessel. For import containers this is at least the information truck Additional on-carrier information required for separate stacking to be provided also. Special storage/stowage instructions. The VESSEL OPERATING AGENT will provide APMTB with detailed discharge instructions by means of COPRAR message for all vessel discharging containers at APMTB.

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16.3. DISCHARGE INSTRUCTIONS 1. VESSEL OPERATING AGENT will provide an EDI message (BAPLIE) or a discharge plan and container discharge list, re-stow and load list at least24 hours before vessel arrival. 2. This information will provide APMTB the slot positions for the containers that have to be discharged from the vessel and containers that will be discharged and loaded back (re-stow). 3. APMTB will discharge all containers from the slot positions indicated. Containers not found in any of the slot positions will be considered as short-landed, un-identified containers found in the indicated slot-positions will be considered as over-landed. See also procedures for over- and short-landed containers. 16.3.1. DISCHARGE CHECKING ACTIVITIES. During the discharge process APMTB will perform a visual check on the following items: Container prefix and number Out of gauge. Type/size. Seal yes/no. Label. Any visible damage. The result of these checks will be reflected in the final discharge list or discharge confirmation (COARRI) provided by APMTB to the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT.

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16.3.2. OVER LANDED CONTAINERS: 1. A container is considered as over-landed when it is discharged without prior discharge instruction from the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT. 2. When a container is reported over-landed, the Operations Planning Department will immediately contact the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT. 3. The VESSEL OPERATING AGENT will investigate who the operator of the container is and decide whether the container must be re-stowed or remain discharged. The VESSEL OPERATING AGENT will supply the container details as normally given in the detailed discharge information to the APMTB Planning Department 4. The VESSEL OPERATING AGENT will provide APMTB Planning Department with instructions on the over-landed container as soon as possible but at leastbefore departure of the vessel. If no information is received by the end of the operation, the unit will be loaded back on the vessel and charged as a restow. 5. The VESSEL OPERATING AGENT will provide APMTB Planning Department with stowage positions for over landed containers that have to be re-stowed. 6. In case a container is over-landed that does not show the normal format of pre-fix followed by a 7-digit container number, APMTB will maintain the following format while creating the container: If no pre-fix is found xxxx will be inserted in the Port system. If the container number found does not contain of 7 digits, as many zeros (0) will be added in front of the found number until a total of 7 digits is obtained.

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16.3.3. SHORT LANDED CONTAINERS. 1. A container is considered short-landed when a discharge instruction for such container has been received by APMTB but the container could not be found in the discharge position given in the discharge plan by the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT. 2. Whenever possible and time permitting, on board Supervision will search adjacent decks on the vessel in order to locate containers that possibly have been mis-stowed by previous ports. 3. APMTB will report a short landed container to the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT after the vessel departure and will include a report on the TDR.

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16.4. LOAD INFORMATION. 16.4.1. PRE-PLAN STOWAGE INSTRUCTIONS 1. VESSEL OPERATING AGENT will provide a stowage instruction via Projections message to APMTB Planning at least 24 hours before arrival of the vessel. 2. In case the Vessel Operator is not able to provide an EDIFACT message a hard copy plan has to be presented at least 24 hours before vessel arrival. 3. The stowage must contain the vessel container load positions and a list of all containers to be loaded or re-stowed. For each load position in the stowage instructions the following must be provided: Port of Discharge Size (length) Weight class

4. If weight class is not specified in the MOVINS, APMTB Planning will plan and load the vessel according to best practice and considering all the physical restrictions as known in the vessel profile. 5. For special containers like IMO/DG cargo, reefers, OOG cargo etc. special stowage instructions must be given. 6. For containers belonging to a special stowage group the slot-specific load instructions must be given.

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16.4.2. LOAD LIST RELEASE INSTRUCTIONS 1. All transhipment and export containers will be released to load on a vessel and voyage number at the moment they enter the container Port. 2. Unless change requests are received from the Container Operator, APMTB planning will load the containers on the nominated carrier according to the particulars received in the arrival information. 3. Change requests shall be sent to APMTB Cargo Control Department via e-mail, fax or COPRAR-load message until the agreed information deadline with VESSEL OPERATING AGENT, which is 24 hrs before arrival of the vessel. 4. Upon request APMTB Cargo Control Department will provide the Container Operator a status overview of the containers allocated to the vessel voyage, in hard copy or via a mutually agreed method of electronic transfer.

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16.4.3. THE LOAD LIST PROCESS. 1. The load list for a vessel in the APMTB Port system will be built up by the following instruction coming from the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT: Combined unique load list

2. Any changes made to the load list less than 22 hours prior to ETA, will be considered as late request and must be approved by the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT. 3. A late request must be made on email/fax to APMTB operations management and the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT and will only be processed after approval from both parties.

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16.4.4. RECONCILIATION: 1. The Planning Department will compare the stowage instructions received from the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT with the release instructions received from the Container Operator(s). 2. Any discrepancies will be communicated to the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT. Then the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT will resolve the discrepancy with the Container Operator(s). 3. Load planning will only commence once all discrepancies and late arrivals/connections have been resolved.

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16.4.5. RE-NOMINATION OF CONTAINERS 1. APMTB will stack containers in the yard based on the information coming from the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT in the load list message and the COPARN pre-advise. 2. The following data elements will determine the best position for a container in the CY: Outbound carrier Port of discharge Weight category IMO details Standard/non-standard (OOG)

3. Should the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT require APMTB to change any of the above container-data-elements, extra charges will be applied according to the contract. 4. Change on any of these elements will lead to an extra move charge for shifting the container in the yard. 5. For containers that need to change to another outbound vessel a change of vessel charge will be added too.

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17. CARGO DELIVERY DEADLINES

17.1.1. PRO-FORMA CARGO DEADLINE 1. Pro-forma cargo delivery deadlines are mentioned in attachment "A". They are related to the vessel Pro-forma schedules. 2. These cut-off procedures are necessary in order to maintain vessel schedule integrity and efficient stevedore operations while taking in account the commercial needs and circumstances of the trade and, as such, are based on the following premises. Vessel schedule reliability/integrity will not be affected. Stevedore/port productivity will not be unduly impacted. VESSEL OPERATING AGENT and APMTB requirements. 3. Changes to the pro-forma deadlines have to be communicated by the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT to the Operations Department at least 48 hours before arrival of the vessel.

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17.1.2. OPERATIONAL CARGO CUT-OFF: 1. In principle the pro-forma cargo cut-off is ruling. APMTB will strictly adhere to these cut-off times. 2. Deviation request or instructions from the agreed times will be accepted only from the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT. 3. Before the cargo cut-off time the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT shall: Inform the APMTB Shift Manager about the time and transport mode for containers to arrive on the Port after the cut-off. The Shift Manager will assess the operational impact after discussion with the Planning Department. Inform APMTB Planning Department about the vessel stowage positions for these containers.

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18. VESSEL OPERATIONS REPORTING:

18.1.1. REPORTING TO VESSEL OPERATOR: 1. APMTB will provide the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT with EDI COARRI discharge confirm and load confirm messages. Timings of these messages depend on agreements made between the line and APMTB. 2. Upon request, APMTB will provide VESSEL OPERATING AGENT with a pre-load BAPLIE no less than 1 hour before vessel arrival (ETA). 3. APMTB will provide VESSEL OPERATING AGENT with a BAPLIE message of the final load-plan. No less than 6 hours after departure of the vessel. 4. In case VESSEL OPERATING AGENT is (temporarily) not able to receive the EDIFACT standard messages the following information will be provided to the line in hard copy: A final bay-plan. A final discharge list A final load list A discrepancy list (over landed, short landed, short shipped, damaged container, etc.) A reefer discharge and load list A dangerous goods discharge and load list An OOG discharge and load list.

5. The above information on hard copy can be provided to the line earliest 6 hours after departure of the vessel. 6. Vessel Performance Report: APMTB will provide the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT with a Vessel Performance Report (VPR) one workday after departure of the vessel.

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The Line is required to verify the information on the VPR and respond within one working day after receipt of the VPR with any comments. After receipt of the confirmation by the Line this information is used to create the invoice for the Line. In case the Line does not respond within one working day after receipt of the information, the invoice will be created under the assumption that the Line accepts the statement of facts as per the VPR provided.

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18.1.2. REPORTING TO THE VESSELS: 1. APMTB will provide the vessel with a BAPLIE intended load plan via a floppy disc or hard copy as per the vessel requirements upon arrival. The Port will start loading according to plan. 2. APMTB will provide the vessel with a work plan upon arrival. The work plan provides information on the estimated timing of the discharge and load activities. 3. APMTB will provide the vessel with a BAPLIE final load plan via a floppy disc upon departure. 4. APMTB will provide the vessel with a hard copy bay-plan, reefer list, dangerous goods list and out-of gauge list upon departure. 5. The VESSEL OPERATING AGENT or their appointed boarding agent will provide the vessel with full manifest as needed for departure. 6. The VESSEL OPERATING AGENT or their appointed boarding agent will pick up any requiered manifests or declarations that need to land upon arrival.

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19. VESSEL BUNKERING, REPAIR & PROVISIONING: 1. Vessel bunkering is not permitted within the limits of Mina Salman. 2. The vessel repair and husbandry activities have to be communicated to the APMTB Berth Co-ordinator at least 48 hours before arrival of the vessel. 3. These activities are only allowed after approval of the Harbour Master and are subject to Safety and Security procedures in the Port. 4. These activities may not delay the vessel stevedoring operation and must be completed within the operational working time of the vessel unless otherwise agreed. 5. Stevedoring operations may be stopped or the vessel port time can be extended because of these activities in exceptional cases only. 6. These activities may never block the free gantry path of the quayside cranes whilst the canes are operating on the vessel. 7. After approval is obtained all work in the dock must be in coordination with on-dock supervision.

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20. BREAK-BULK, OUT OF GAUGE CARGO

20.1. BREAK-BULK REQUIREMENTS ON CONTAINER VESSELS: 1. VESSEL OPERATING AGENT shall inform the Berth Co-ordinator about any break-bulk activities required on vessels. 2. Information and approval has to be provided before the cargo is loaded to the vessel for import and transhipment cargo and before the cargo is send to the port for export cargo. 3. The information must consist of: Transportation via water/via land. Handling by APMTB crane/external crane. Piece count. Length / width / height. Weight. Position on board. Description/drawing/photos and lifting points Customs approval confirmation. Mode of beyond transportation. Planning. 4. Approval depends on the Ports handling capabilities. 5. In case special handling or storage in the Port is required for import and export cargo, handling instructions must be communicated with APMTB Shift Manager at least 24 hours before the activities will take place.

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20.2. OOG REQUIREMENTS: 1. The VESSEL OPERATING AGENT shall inform the Vessel Planning Department of any OOG import or transhipment containers at least 24 hours before arrival to the port. 2. The Container Operator shall inform the Shift Manager of any OOG export containers at least 24 hours before arrival to the Port. 3. A container is considered to be OOG when the cargo protrudes outside the framework of the corner posts of the container. 4. VESSEL OPERATING AGENT or the Container Operator must provide the measurement in centimetres of the cargo protruding: i. Over the lifting corner castings: Over height ii. Outside each side of the container: Over width iii. Outside the front and the back of the container: Over length 5. These containers will be handled by special lifting equipment and stored in a special storage area of the yard. 6. In case the import delivery to the truck or export delivery from the truck must be made without the container then break-bulk procedures will be in effect. 7. In case a container cannot be lifted from the ISO corner casts then the container will be considered as OOG. 8. Undeclared OOG units will be charged according to the average lost moves for the concerned vessel.

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20.3. DIRECT DELIVERIES. 1. In requested cases (e.g. break-bulk) there will be a possibility to deliver the container(s) under the quay-crane for direct loading or discharge. 2. For safety reasons this activity will have to comply with APMTB safety rules and regulations. 3. APMTB needs the following information at least 24 hours before the arrival of the vessel: Number of container(s). Requested time of delivery. Contents of the container(s).

4. The Berth Co-ordinator will inform the container operator about the expected time of loading of the container. 5. Three (3) hours before arrival of the vessel at the Port, the requested direct delivery has to be confirmed by the container operator. 6. Three (3) hours before the agreed time of loading, the container(s) or the trucks will have to be present at the Port. 7. The truckers involved in the direct delivery must at all times follow instructions from APMTB operations personnel while involved or waiting for a direct discharge or loading operation. 8. For discharge operations, liability for the cargo will be transferred to the Haulage Company form the time when cargo is loaded on the truck chassis 9. For loading operation, liability of the Haulage Company for the cargo will cease when cargo is picked up from the truck chassis.

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21. DANGEROUS CARGO. The requirements set below are for Port operational use over and above the requirements and procedures as set by the Vessel Operators and IMO regulations regarding dangerous cargo.

21.1.1. DANGEROUS CARGO MANIFEST. 1. IMO dangerous cargo containers will be stored in the CY according international standards (IMO) with regard to storage and segregation. 2. Together with, but separate from, the vessel discharge instructions, a dangerous cargo manifest must be provided to the APMTB Operations Department at least 24 hours before vessel arrival. 3. This manifest must contain the following data for each container as mentioned on the discharge instruction carrying dangerous cargo: 4. Per container number/per commodity: Discharge port The number of packages Package type. Cargo gross weight. Full cargo name (technical). IMO class. UN number. IMDG page number. Flash point. EMS number. MFAG number. Emergency contact name. Emergency contact telephone number.

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21.1.1.1.

IMO CLASS 1 AND 7

1. For IMO class 1 and 7 approval must be obtained from APMTB before the cargo is shipped to or via APMTB. 2. Full cargo details as per the manifest must be provided to receive approval and the estimated time the cargo will be stored on the Port must be given. 3. The Shipping Company is responsible to obtain approval from the Bahraini authorities as per the rules, regulations and laws in effect in Bahrain for this cargo.

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22. REEFER CONTAINERS

22.1. YARD STORAGE 1. Live reefers will be stored in yard positions connected to the electric power. 2. Dry Reefers must be provided in a separate list 3. The reefer temperature received in the Reefer Manifest will determine whether a reefer container needs to be connected to the power. 4. APMTB will perform the connection and disconnection activities in the CY. 5. When the service becomes available, APMTB will perform a regular temperature check as per the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT requirements.

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22.2. CONNECTING AND DISCONNECTING 1. This is carried out by APMTB staff dedicated to this function. 2. APMTB's objective is to minimize the off power time of reefers. 22.3. BREAKDOWNS 1. As currently there is no agreement between the CONTAINER OPERATING AGENTS and APMTB on monitoring/reporting of reefer containers, until further notice APMTB will only advise the CONTAINER OPERATING AGENT operations of the occurrence of breakdowns immediately after such has been discovered by APMTB for containers malfunctioning on land. 2. For unit malfunctions discovered on board the vessel APMTB will advise the VESSEL OPERATIONG AGENT 3. Further action will than have to be determined and advised by VESSEL OPERATING AGENT / CONTAINER OPERATOR, depending on the situation. .

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23. CLAIMS
23.1. HANDLING OF CONTAINERS THAT ENTER APMTB PREMISES IN DAMAGED CONDITION 1. Any visible damage on containers moving through the APMTB Gate will be identified through registration on the EIR. 2. A duly acknowledged copy of the Haulier/driver. EIR will be issued the

3. Notification will be forwarded to the Container Operator. 4. It is the VOA duty to check for damages on discharge 5. In case handling of a damaged container requires special gear the container will be placed in a designated area of the CY. As such, the container will be considered as OOG during all further handling. 6. In case of heavy damages the unit will only be accepted as per common agreement between APMTB Operations and the Container Operator. 7. Containers that are found leaking will be handled in best interest of all parties. 8. The decision process in handling of leaking containers will be controlled by APMTB. 9. All costs for handling such a container will be borne by the container operator. The container operator will be responsible for clean up and securing of cargo for further handling.

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23.2. DAMAGE TO A CONTAINER INCURRED BY APMTB. 1. Only when APMTB is in full control of the operation, if any negligent container handling by APMTB causes damage to a container, the container operator has a right to file a claim. 2. In any event, when damage occurs to any container in possession of APMTB, a Container Damage Report and APMTB Incident Report will be filled in by Operations Staff. 3. Upon receipt of these reports, the APMTB Claims Coordinator will check the condition of the container and the severity of the damage. Site inspection will be carried out and photographs will be made. 4. The container operator will be notified on the incident no later than 6 hours after the actual incident occurs. 5. Upon request of the container operator, the container will be placed in the Inspection Area where a possible survey can be carried out. 6. Further action, either shipping or re-working, is to be advised by the container operator. 7. A possible intent to file a claim must be issued by the container operator no later than 72 hours from the time of occurrence causing suspected loss / damage. Together with this claims notification, the following support documents must be filed: Bill of Lading Commercial Invoice Packing List Customer Survey Report Any other documents required as a result of the incident.

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23.3. DAMAGE TO A CONTAINER VESSEL INCURRED BY APMTB

1. In the event that vessel damage occurs as a result of negligent cargo handling by APMTB, the line has a right to submit a claim for damages. 2. In the event of any incident where damage occurs or is suspected to have occurred while vessel is being handled by APMTB, the duty Shift Manager will be informed immediately. No claim will be accepted without this immediate notification to the Shift Manager 3. The duty Shift Manager will inform the Ships Officer and a joint damage report will be made along with photographs. 4. Normal wear and tear of vessel lashing equipment will not be considered damage. 5. The vessel operator will be notified of the incident no more than 6 hours after the actual incident occurred. All necessary action will be taken to avoid further damage to the vessel and cargo involved. 6. Notification of intent to file a claim must be issued by the Vessel operator no more than 72 hours after the notification of the incident. Together with the claims notification, the following supporting documents must be issued: i. Survey Report ii. Photographs depicting discovery of loss. damaged parts taken during

iii. Detailed breakdown of parts / fixtures requiring repair or replacement, accompanied by invoice or quotation. iv. Vessel disclaimer form v. Any other documented as required as a result of incident.

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24. GENERAL CARGO IMPORT PROCEDURE

24.1. ACCEPTANCE AND DELIVERY OF CARGO IN GENERAL CARGO YARD

24.1.1. DISCHARGE OF CARGO IN GC YARD 1. Line/Agent will fill Manifest with GC Statistics/Data section 3 days before vessel arrival 2. Data section distributes copy of manifest to GC section and STC. 3. GC Supervisor allocates yard space and communicates same to GC personnel involved 4. GC Supervisor issues STC gang order for agents for vessel side and quay side. 5. Overtime sheet is filled in and signed by agent. Copy is sent to APMTB Finance for billing. GC Supervisor approves same. 6. Port equipment in terms of Fork lifts, flat beds and cranes is booked with Equipment Control by GC supervisor 7. GC Supervisor issues permit for agent to gate-in heavy equipment if the Port does not have the same. 8. GC Supervisor arranges for Health, Security and Safety to supervise discharge. 9. GC Cargo Controller updates manual register with manifest details.

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GC Controller directs STC and keeps tally. GC Controller supervises stacking in yard and records location.

12. GC Controller records tally and actual location in yard in the Manual Register 13. GC Controller gets the tally signed by Agents representative.

14. GC supervisor approves STC tally after comparing same with port tally. 15. GC supervisor submits a copy to APMTB Finance for effecting STC payments. 16. Short/damage report is issued to agent.( if any noticed after operations and comparison of tally with manifest)

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24.1.2. DELIVERY OF CARGO FROM GC YARD 1. Line/Agent will provide APMTB GC Cargo Controller with a release instruction for import cargo before the trucking is arranged. (Delivery Order) 2. Consignee/Clearing Agent will ensure that the cargo is released by Customs before the release to the Port is processed. (Bill of Entry) 3. In the case of used cars Consignee/Clearing Agent will ensure that the cargo is approved for release by Traffic Police before the release to the Port is processed. 4. Provided with these documents, the GC Controller will issue a preinvoice (Gate Permit). Pre-invoice advises handling, storage and equipment hire charges and STC labour charges if applicable. Same is approved by GC Supervisor. 5. Port Cashier collects the charges and signs the pre-invoice. (Gate Permit) 6. GC cargo controller orders for equipment if required and issues Load Permit. 7. Truck arrives at Main Gate, Port Gate Controller checks for valid DO and let truck pass through. 8. Truck approaches yard and collects cargo. 9. GC Cargo Controller gets manual register signed by truck driver for cargo delivered. Load Permit and Gate Permit will act as EIR. 10. APMTB will file copies of all documents. Same will be available on request.

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11. Truck approaches main gate. Main Gate Gate Controller checks for validity of Load/Gate Permit and releases truck.

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24.2. DIRECT DELIVERY AND BULK CARGO DELIVERY 1. Prior approval of the General Cargo Manager is necessary for certain types of Break Bulk and OOG cargo 2. Line/Agent will fill Manifest with GC Statistics/Data section 3 days before vessel arrival. 3. Line/Agent will provide APMTB with a release instruction for import cargo before the trucking is arranged. (Delivery Order) 4. Consignee/Clearing Agent will ensure that the cargo is released by customs before the release to the Port is processed. (Bill of Entry) 5. Provided with these documents, the GC Controller will issue a preinvoice (Gate Permit). Pre-invoice advices handling, storage and equipment hire charges and STC labour charges if applicable. Same is approved by GC Supervisor. 6. Port Cashier collects the charges and signs the pre-invoice. (Gate Permit). Copy of same is sent to Main Gate Gate Controller. Direct Delivery operation will be initiated only after collection of charges as per the pre-invoice. 7. GC Controller keeps copies of pre invoice, BE and DO 8. Truck arrives at Main Gate, Port Gate Controller checks for valid DO and lets truck pass through. APMTB will file copies of all documents. Same will be available on request. 9. Truck approaches vessel and collects cargo.

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10. GC Cargo Controller keeps tally and gets manual register signed by truck driver for cargo delivered. Load Permit and Gate Permit will act as EIR. 11. Truck must approach Customs and get approval of tally

12. Once Customs has approved tally, trucker approaches Cargo Controller to be issued with a Load Permit. 13. Truck approaches main gate. Main Gate Controller checks for validity of Load Permit and notes Marks and Numbers of packages on the truck from the Gate Pass.

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24.3. DIRECT DELIVERY FROM VESSEL TO BARGE

For this special case same procedures apply as in Direct Delivery (B.2). Only difference is that cargo moves directly from vessel to barge.

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24.4. DISCHARGE AND DELIVERY OF CARS

24.4.1. DISCHARGE OF CARS 1. Line/Agent will fill Manifest with GC Statistics/Data section 3 days before vessel arrival 2. Data section distributes copy of manifest to GC section and STC. 3. GC-Cars section updates manual register. 4. GC Supervisor allocates yard space. 5. GC Supervisor orders drivers and vehicles with Equipment Control. The formula used will be 25 cars per hour per driver. 6. GC Supervisor issues STC gang order for agents. 7. Agents drivers, drive cars from vessel to quay side. 8. GC Controller directs cars to temporary parking on the quay. 9. GC Controller directs port drivers to drive cars to specific yard locations. 10. Port drivers drive cars to yard and park as per instructions from Yard Controller. 11. Pick-up gets drivers back to the quay side.

12. Yard Controller inspects cars for damages. Issues damage/short landed report.

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13. Yard Controller checks, locks and collects the keys in bags and keeps tally. 14. Yard Controller compares tally with agents and ensure they match. Then enters manual register and APMTB system with location and actual tally.

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24.4.2. DELIVERY OF CARS 1. Line/Agent will provide APMTB GC Cargo Controller with a release instruction for import cargo before the trucking is arranged. (Delivery Order) 2. Consignee/Clearing Agent will ensure that the cargo is released by customs before the release to the Port is processed. (Bill of Entry) 3. In the case of used cars Consignee/Clearing Agent will ensure that the cargo is approved for release by Traffic Police before the release to the Port is processed. 4. Consignee approaches Car Section and takes bag of keys related to the shipment he wants to clear. 5. Consignee signs manual register for the total no. of keys taken. 6. Consignee goes to the yard and selects the cars he wants to take under the supervision of the Yard Controller 7. Consignee returns the remaining keys and signs the register for the same. 8. The keys for the cars to be taken out are kept aside. GC Cargo Controller counts keys in the bag and ensures all the keys are returned. 9. Provided with DO and BE, the GC Cargo Controller will issue a preinvoice (Gate Permit). Pre-invoice advices handling, storage and equipment hire charges and STC labour charges if applicable. Same is approved by GC Supervisor. 10. Port Cashier collects the charges and signs the pre-invoice. (Gate Permit). - 96 -

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11. GC Controller collects copy of pre-invoice/DO/BE and traffic approvals and files the same. 12. GC Controller inspects cars being taken and ensures chassis no. matches with that on the BE. Issues Load Permit. 13. Consignee drives cars to main gate individually or by Trailer.

14. Main Gate Controller checks validity of Gate Permit( pre-invoice) and Load permits and releases cargo. When Consignee intends to clear shipments in part, in these cases handling for all cargo under the B/L is collected and storage is independently collected each time the cargo is cleared.

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25. ATTACHMENT A:

25.1. DEADLINE OVERVIEW

Planning Deparment: Vessel profile to be received by APMTB no later than 7 days before first vessel ETA Following information shall be received by APMTB Planning Department no later than 24 hours before vessel ETA: BAPLIE STOWAGE INSTRUCTIONS DISCHARGE INSTRUCTIONS EMPTY NOMINATION

Cargo Control Department: The Loading List process for full containers will be initiated 24 hours before vessel ETA. The VESSEL OPERATING AGENT will check the Loading List and, need be, send written request for changes. The Loading List shall be finalised no later than 22 hours before vessel ETA VPR to be sent within one working day hours from vessel departure and shall be confirmed by the VESSEL OPERATING AGENT within 24 hours from its receipt

Gate Department: Local export boxes shall be updated in the Port system within 24 hours before vessel ETA

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26. ATTACHMENT B:

26.1. COMMUNICATION

APMT Bahrain General Address: APM TERMINALS BAHRAIN P.O.Box 50490, Hidd, Kingdom of Bahrain Tel: Fax: + 973 17365550 + 973 17728253 www.minasalman.com www.apmterminals.com

Websites:

General Management: Mr Jorgen Madsen +973 17365500 bahapmtmngsec@apmterminals.com Mr Dennis F. Jakobsen +973 17365500 - 99 Project Management Managing Director

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bahapmtprjmng@apmterminals.com

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Sales and Marketing General Manager Mr Iain Rawlison +973 17365556 +973 36065556 Fax: +973 17728253 bahapmtcommng@apmterminals.com

General Manager Operations: Capt. Jedrzej Mierzewski: +973 17365599 +973 36065599 Fax: +973 17728253 bahapmtopsmng@apmterminals.com

Health, Safety and Security Manager Mr Ahmed Hussain: +973 +973 Fax: +973 bahapmthssemng@apmterminals.com

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Harbour Master Mr Adel Almaskati: +973 +973 Fax: +973 bahapmthbmng@apmterminals.com

Vessel, Gate and Yard Operations: Shift Managers: For all general operations inquiries, 24 hours operational management coverage, inquiries on vessel operations, yard operations.

Mr P.R Shetty Mr Kuruvilla Xavier Mr Juan Luis Cabrera

+973 +973 Fax: +973 bahapmtops@apmterminals.com

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Berth Co-Ordinator: Vessel berthing appointments and special cargo operations, cargo deadlines, claims Mr XXXXXXX: +973 +973 Fax: +973 bahapmtplnbc@apmterminals.com

Gate Superintendent:

All Gate inquiries.

and

ITT

Mr XXXXXXX: +973 +973 Fax: +973 bahapmtgate@apmterminals.com

Duty Gate:

24 hours coverage of Gate and ITT operations, pre-arrival instructions and intra Port transport instructions.

+973 +973 Fax: +973 bahapmtgate@apmterminals.com

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Vessel and yard planning: Planning Manager: For all general vessel and yard planning inquiries

Mr Anas Al Muhaisen: +973 +973 Fax: +973 bahapmtplnmng@apmterminals.com

Duty planners: +973 +973 Fax: +973

24 hours planning coverage.

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GENERAL CARGO Operations: GC Superintendent: All general communication on General Cargo issues

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Billing: Finance Manager: For general inquiries on invoices and billing matters

Mr Harry Macewan +973 17365511 +973 36065511 Fax: +973 17728253 bahapmtfinacc@apmterminals.com

Billing Issues:

For detailed information on invoices, invoices supporting documents,

Mr Mohammed Al Mahdi +973 +973 Fax: +973 17728253 mja047@apmterminals.com

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Cashiering Issues Ms Alya Al Jishi +973 17365514 Fax: +973 17728253 ama165@apmterminals.com

Mr Jaffar Mirza Al Shaik +973 Fax: +973 17728253 jma161@apmterminals.com

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27. ATTACHMENT C:

27.1. FORMS LIST 1. BERTH PLAN 2. GATE IN FULL ACCEPATNCE LETTER DETAILS 3. EIR GATE REPORT 4. VESSEL DISCLAIMER FORM 5. GENERAL CARGO DAMAGE REPORT 6. DISCHARGE LIST (CURRENT FORMAT) 7. LOAD LIST (CURRENT FORMAT) 8. IMO DISCHARGE LIST 9. IMO LOAD LIST 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. REEFER DISCHARGE LIST REEFER LOAD LIST OOG DISCHARGE LIST OOG LOAD LIST EMPTY RECAP FOR LOADING

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