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Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday
Phone: 251-441-7267 or 251-441-7268
Fax Number: 251-441-7240
Directions Line: 251-441-7321
Email Address: email@example.com
Required Information to Pick Up a Load
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- Customer Account of
- Contact Name/Phone Number
- Vessel/Voyage Number
- Bill of Lading
- Number of Bundles/Packages – Commodity
- Pick Up Number
- Inland Carrier/Trucking Company
- Delivery to - Consignee Name & Address
Required Information to Deliver a Load
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- Vessel/Ship Name
- Voyage Number
- Booking Number
- Marks / ID
- Discharge Port
General Cargo and Intermodal Tariff - Sections 207 & 207a
207 - DOCUMENTATION AND BILLING INFORMATION – EFFECTIVE: April 1, 2005
All documents for delivering or receiving of cargo must completely identify cargo, which includes the following: to or from vessel name, bill of lading number, marks, weight, board footage (export lumber), stevedore picking-up from or delivering to, pier/dock location, shipper or consignee names, special reference or ID numbers, and forwarder or broker names. Failure to have this minimum information can result in lengthy delays at our Truck Control facility, or denial of loading for import shipments. Also, all documents must give complete ASPA billing information (see Item 207a for billing information on import lumber & wood products covered in Item 336) of responsible party to receive wharfage, unloading/loading and demurrage charges; bill to parties must have accounts established with ASPA prior to unloading/loading of cargo.
207a - BILLING OF IMPORT LUMBER & WOOD PRODUCTS – EFF.: Oct. 1, 2005 (N)
All import lumber and wood products covered by Item 336 in this tariff will have the wharfage, loading and demurrage charges billed to the importer (consignee) of record as shown on the vessel manifest, unless prior arrangements are made in advance through our Central Billing Department. The wharfage and loading charges will be billed upon the arrival of the vessel and receipt of the manifest. The truck flatbed loading rate will be used in the initial billing; a supplemental billing will be issued if any lumber and wood products are loaded to vans or box cars with the rate being the difference between the two current tariff rates. Upon advance notification by importer (consignee) prior to the arrival of the vessel, cargo can be tracked for billing and inventory purposes by combining bills of lading by commodity and customer, otherwise, cargo will be billed and inventory controlled by individual bills of lading. (See Item 420 for import lumber and wood products [covered by Item 336] demurrage rates.)
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Location & Directions
From Pensacola, FL: Take I-10 west, proceed through the George C. Wallace Tunnel to the Water Street Exit, #26B. Proceed north on Water Street. Remain in the right lane and turn right at the fourth traffic signal (Beauregard Street/Exxon Station). Remain in the right lane, veer right and follow the green and white signs to State Docks Truck Control.
From Montgomery, AL: Take I-65 South and take Exit #9 at the I-165 Connector. Proceed on I-165 approximately six miles. Take the Alabama State Docks left lane exit as you exit the ramp of I-165. Turn left at the signal, remain in the right lane, veer right and follow the green and white signs to State Docks Truck Control.
From Mississippi: Take I-10 East to Exit #26B – Water Street. Proceed north on Water Street to the fourth traffic signal. Remain in the right lane and turn right at the fourth traffic signal (Beauregard Street/Exxon Station). Remain in the right lane, veer right and follow the green and white signs to State Docks Truck Control.