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COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION

(CBE)
COURSE

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DIPLOMA IN PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLY (DPSI).

LECTURE

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MR, IGOGO.

SUBJECT

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INTRODUCTION TO CLEARING AND FORWARDING.

TASK

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GROUP ASSIGNMENT.

STREAM

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A

SUBMISSION DATE

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29/ 02/2016.

MEMBERS
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JEREMIA JOEL.

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OTHMAN MOHAMED.
NEEMA MESTALLAH.
DORIS STANSLAUS FAUSTINE.
RASHIDI M MFAUME.
ASHIRINA MAMBALI.
THRESIA JULIUS.
NAIMA H JUMA.
STEPHEN .M. MALIMA.
JOSEPHAT MOYO.

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QUESTIONS:
(a) Describe the meaning and types of port charges.
(b) Explain the port charges and penalties.

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 Transit storage. Or port charges-: as the cost of providing various services.  Ware housing. navigation offices. including piloting. docking. and arranging services through agencies. supplying water.  Towage. handling freight. Great Britain’s lighthouse due and fin land’s ice due. Page 2 of 5 .  Stevedorage. The rise in these charges may reduce the price of goods arriving at that port or otherwise impact the price of doing business. or private companies.  Utilities charge. Also a port charges may be collected by state or local authorities. Compulsory charges are collected whenever a vessel enters a port. For example.  Conservancy dues. State charges are collected under fixed conditions and at fixed rates in all ports of a state.  Berth dues or dock dues. The following are types of port charges which are.  Pilot age. And also port charges payable by ship owners may be compulsory or non compulsory. regardless of whether the ship has ordered any services or not. Non compulsory charges are collected only when specific services are rendered to the vessel.Port charges-: these taxes and surcharge which apply to a ship and /or the cargo on a board the ship once it has reached port.  Waste fee.  Mooring. While local charge may be established by municipalities port authorities.  Wharfage charge.  Tonnage dues.

guiding vessel and aircraft. Conservancy dues: charges payable on vessels and on cargo using the port and set out in these regulations. Pilot age may be based on the vessel or charge per ship. Transit storage: amount of cost to store goods in transit at the point of origin. Stevedorage charges: incurred for unloading the goods from ship hold to wharf. Storage charges are also assessed by companies who are in the business of renting storage space. Page 3 of 5 . destination and ports of entry during the transport.Wharf age charge: is the cost on all goods that are loaded unloaded or Trans shipped within the authority’s property by a means of transportation. vessel stores and fuel. jetties. Or cost that simply by vessel movement used by ships for discharging and /or loading cargo. Example cargo or merchandises. And also charges are payable monthly by the lessees and tenant of the housing and development board. These charges are treated as forming part of the freight and are to be added to the value for the purpose of charging duty on imported goods. People use pilot age for activities such as. So the act or service of towing ships and vessels usually by means of a small steamer called a “tug” that which is giving for towing ships in rivers. wharfs. piers and mooring buoys. Example includes quays. Wharf age is one of the costs of transport goods within the distribution system used by business to bring its goods to market. Pilot age: is the use of fixed visual reference on the ground or sea by means of sight or radar to guide on self to a distinctive sometimes with the help of map or mutical chart. And also in many instances the pilot service is compulsory. A ship is secured to a mooring to forestall fee movement of ship on the water. Towage: Are the costs that increase with the size of the tugboat used and the time of uses. Also common practice is to charge a towage per hour and to differentiate based on the size of the tug boat used. Mooring: refer to any permanent structure to which a vessel may be secured.

sewer and water during the period indicated. Page 4 of 5 . usually for the purposes of loading and unloading.  If port users who are obligated to submit to the port authority notice of arrival and /or notice of departure. Penalties-: Is punishment that someone is given for doing something which is against a law or rule. so if do not contact the fees offices in charge of in land and port shipping within two working days after watercraft first called at the port and associated payment obligation apply. electricity. Dock dues or berth dues: money that a shipping company must pay for the use of a port. As many contain hazardous materials. The fees are used to pay for the future recycling of these products. The following are the penalties of the port charges which are?  If port users who are obligated to submit a port fee declaration do not submit it in full or not at all within the time limit set (one week upon leaving the port area). include that port authority will impose a penalty if declarations/ notice are submitted late or not at all in the event of breach of the duty to notify applicable to watercraft that operate in the port area and wrong statements. Utilities charges: expensive is the cost consumed in a reporting period related to the following types of expenditures. whose water crafts predominantly operate or are stationed in the port. if do not submit it /them in full or not at all within the time limit set (24hoursupon entering / leaving ) the port area. heat (gas). Side wharf age dues levied on a vessel loading grain in bulk And also used in the port and harbors for a designed location where a vessel may be moored. In case of penalties. Waste fee: is the fee imposed by government on new purchases of electronic products.Tonnage dues: area tax levied upon vessels entering a port and passing through some canal. In respect of vessel that is secured to occupy there is fast to alongside any other vessel occupying a berth. The charge is calculated based upon the registered net tonnage of the vessel.  If port users .

with regard to the duty to notify. who have not meet their duty to co-operate are liable to pay to the port authority a penalty in accordance with the schedule of fees and charges unless they are not responsible for breach of duty to co-operate. if the port user does not comply with the duty to submit the port fee declaration. the port authority will calculate the port fees and charge for seagoing vessels and watercrafts deployed in maritime shipping on the basis of the highest tariff of the price category. the duty to submit the notice of arrival and notice of departure or the duty to notify the fees office in charge of in land port shipping within the time limit set in the letter or if port user does not amend the wrong data submitted. So port users will be requested to submit in full within the time limit set in the letter the declaration they are obligated to submit or.  If port users submit wrong data to calculate the port fees and charges unless they are not responsible for the submission of the wrong information may also give a penalty in accordance with the schedule of port fees and charges. Therefore. REFERENCE: GOOGLE WEB SITE Page 5 of 5 . If port users.to promptly contact the fees office in charge of inland and port shipping.