COT means cargo opening time
CCT means cargo closing time



Dear customer,

Please find below information/instructions we received from the ECT Delta and Euromax Terminal which we would like to share with you.

ECT will strictly adhere to the existing CCT and COT for the acceptance of containers.
All parties in the logistic chain have to adhere to the COT of 8 days before estimated time of arrival of the outgoing vessel. This applies to all export containers for all modalities. As from today ECT will monitor this strictly. ECT will adjust the COT to 7 days as from 1st of June 2015.

ECT will enforce mentioned COT 100% for truck deliveries and randomly for barge, rail and feeder deliveries.

For the free storage period for Coscon please see our website www.coscon.nl

In order to strictly adhere to the above, ECT will implement a charge for all containers for which the outgoing vessel name is changed from vessel A to vessel B after the container was received.
This rollover surcharge of Euro 10,- per rolled container will be implemented as from 1st of June 2015 and is applicable until further notice.

For barge deliveries regulations has been changed as well, please coordinate with your barge operator.

Thank you for your support.

Trust to have informed you sufficiently.
Best regards,

Cosco Container Lines (Netherlands) B.V., Rotterdam
– as agents for COSCO Container Lines Shanghai –

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