Shipping in Tunisia
Demurrage / Detention / Free time
Demurrage and detention
Effective April 1st, 2015
|Port||Dry and special equipment||Reefer containers|
|Tunis / Sfax||12 Days||5 Days|
Per : Calendar day
After freetime expiration, below tariffs (TND) apply:
|20 DRY||40 DRY & HD||45 DRY||20 OT||40 OT & FR||20 REEF||40 REEF|
|12 -> 21 jours||30||60||90||120||120|
|Beyond 21 days||35||70||100||140||140|
|05 -> 10 days||120||120|
|Beyond 10 days||140||140|
Tunisia destination charges (Local charges in TND) have to be paid imperatively in Tunisia due to local regulation.
DCF (Dangerous cargo documentation fee) should always be collect, settled in Tunisia.
Detention & Demurrage charges are payable in TND.
Port storage charges should be paid directly by the consignee to port authorities with no involvement from shipping line.
Star Container charges must be paid directly by the consignee to Star container.
Imports of IMO CLASS1 & CLASS 7 are not acceptable.
As there is no Fire park in Tunisian ports, IMO units are subject to direct delivery (direct pick up from vessel) and immediate evacuation out of the port.
It's not acceptable to combine IMO shipments with non IMO shipments, for goods destined to Tunisia, as per local customs restriction
2. Used tires are not accepted in Tunisia.
Manual Documentation Fee
From November 1st 2016, all shipping instruction submissions for your shipments must be submitted through My.Seagoline.com or any other online platform (EDI, INTTRA etc.).
In case that you still wish to submit the shipping instructions manually, a Manual Documentation Fee (MDF) is applied.
The Manual Documentation Fee will be: 25 USD / bill of lading