eGov/Mil Newsletter: November 17, 2020

November 17, 2020

In this Issue:

  • UPDATE: Industry Review and Request Comments on the 2021 Defense Personal Property Program (DP3) Business Rules Proposed Changes and Updates to the following documents: 400NG Tariff, International Tender (IT), Tender of Service (TOS), and Claims and Liability Rules
  • Annual Qualifications: Certificate of Independent Pricing (CIP) and Certificate of Responsibility (COR) Review
  • Detention and Demurrage Charges See Steady Increase At Key Ports of Entry
  • Container Shortage: “It´s currently an enormous unseen challenge”
  • USTC J9 Conditions Based Movement Call (10 Nov)

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UPDATE: Industry Review and Request Comments on the 2021 Defense Personal Property

Program (DP3) Business Rules Proposed Changes and Updates to the following documents: 400NG

Tariff, International Tender (IT), Tender of Service (TOS), and Claims and Liability Rules

USTC J9 released their proposed 2021 Business Rules. They are available on Move.mil/sme. The associated advisory is attached. Comments are due by Thursday, 19 Nov at 1500 CST/1600 EST.

 

Per the advisory, “TCJ9 encourages comments to proposed updates in red only for 2021. Any comments not related to

the 2021 proposed updates will not be considered.

 

Individual industry comments are needed. IAM will provide comments, but they are only viewed as an individual input, not a consolidated view.

 

Comments are required to be submitted using the Comment Resolution Matrix (CRM). The CRM template is on move.mil/sme where the new business rules are posted.

Annual Qualifications: Certificate of Independent Pricing (CIP) and Certificate of Responsibility (COR) Review

Just a friendly reminder of the requirements for your annual Certificate of Independent Pricing (CIP) and Certificate of Responsibility Review (COR).

Detention and Demurrage Charges See Steady Increase At Key Ports of Entry

Yesterday, IAM joined 40 other associations and organizations in a letter to the FMC, asking they immediately suspend the connected detention and demurrage charges, under the authority provided to them through the Final Interpretive Rule on Demurrage and Detention Under the Shipping Act. Freight Waves reported on the letter and outreach yesterday.

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Container Shortage: “It´s currently an enormous unseen challenge”

Empty 40-foot-containers are currently in short supply – more than ever before. Nico Hecker and Christian Halgmann from Hapag-Lloyd´s Container Steering department explain why now it is particularly important that everyone at Hapag-Lloyd works closely together. Even unconventional measures need to be considered.

USTC J9 Conditions Based Movement Call (10 Nov)

Shipment pickups for the past 4 weeks have been slightly below the 3 year average. And current projections for the next 4-6 weeks are below the 3 year average. No insight provided as to why projected movements are slowing down.

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