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Cotonou (BJCOO)

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portInfoDetails.portInfo.addressAutonomous Port of Cotonou Cotonou - Boulevard of the Marina Litoral - BP 927 - Cotonou

portInfoDetails.portInfo.emailcontact@pac.bj

portInfoDetails.portInfo.websitehttp://www.portcotonou.com/index.php/contacts

portInfoDetails.portInfo.phone(+229) 21 31 26 37 (+229) 21 31 28 91 (+229) 69 85 85 85

portInfoDetails.portInfo.fax229 21312891

portInfoDetails.portInfo.corporateOfiiceAutonomous Port of Cotonou Cotonou - Boulevard of the Marina Litoral - BP 927 - Cotonou

portInfoDetails.portInfo.annualCargoTonnage12 million

portInfoDetails.portInfo.annualCargoVolume950,000 TEUs

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In Cotonou, the port area is mapped into several distinct areas. These areas are managed rationally and efficiently. Concession contracts are granted to private operators interfering in the supply chain who express the need. In addition to these,

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Cargo owner is accountable for the charges of the destruction of any “infected” cargo and all related cots ) transport, surestaries, port storage, etc It is the responsibility of the cargo owner to contact above companies and get the Certificate of Control of Risk. Cargo Tracking Note (CTN) As of October 1, 2007 a “Cargo Tracking Note” (CTN) is mandatory for all cargo entering, departing, or transiting via the port of Cotonou. The shipper is responsible for obtaining the cargo tracking note from Phoenix Europe or one of their appointed agents as listed on » www.phoenix-europe.fr In the event that a shipment arrives at the port of Cotonou without a valid CTN the client will be fined XOF 50,000 (approximately USD 100) per Bill of lading plus the fee for the CTN. All clients must be informed that the CTN is mandatory as per Beninese law, but that in the event of the Bill of lading not having a valid CTN we can still load the cargo. Special Customs Requirements Beninese customs can seize all cargo idling over 120 days in the port of Cotonou. Customs Regulation for cargo in Transit to Niger Please be advised that effective from April 1, 2008 all shipments in transit to Niger going through Benin port are subject to the payment of a cash deposit amounting 5.2% of the cargo CIF value. Same will be refunded to the importer/consignee based on below mandatory conditions: The goods have effectively crossed Benin/Niger border The goods have effectively been cleared in Niger, and manifested under “Consumption” regime It is therefore required from importers/consignees to provide the necessary documents within 15 days after the delivery order issued by Benin customs. Failing to provide the documents on time will lead to automatic cancellation of the refund process. Restrictions – Documentation No acceptance for LCL cargo. Each container must have maximum one bill of lading. Multiple Bills of Lading per container is not acceptable.

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portInfoDetails.exportRequest.tableTabs.table.lineportInfoDetails.exportRequest.tableTabs.table.containerportInfoDetails.exportRequest.tableTabs.table.standardFreeDaysportInfoDetails.exportRequest.tableTabs.table.slabsportInfoDetails.exportRequest.tableTabs.table.weeklyChange
safmarine20' dry012/306000 XOF
CMA20211/210 XOF
CMA202122- 327000 XOF
CMA202133>13000 XOF
CMA40211/210 XOF
CMA402122- 3214000 XOF
CMA402133>26000 XOF
CMA40HC211/210 XOF
CMA40HC2122- 3214000 XOF
CMA40HC2133>26000 XOF
CMA20 Reefer51/50 XOF
CMA20 Reefer56/725000 XOF
CMA20 Reefer58/1030000 XOF
CMA20 Reefer511>35000 XOF
CMA40 Reefer51/50 XOF
CMA40 Reefer56/750000 XOF
CMA40 Reefer58/1060000 XOF
CMA40 Reefer511>70000 XOF
CMA40HC Reefer51/50 XOF
CMA40HC Reefer56/750000 XOF
CMA40HC Reefer58/1060000 XOF
CMA40HC Reefer511>70000 XOF

Country Requirements & Restrictions
The import of guns, ammunition, narcotics (except those accepted for medical use), and materials that may endanger the environment are prohibited.Regulation on Scrap Shipments Benin Port Authorities (Port Autonome de Cotonou) implements a new regulation for all shipments of scrap to/from Cotonou. Effective 6 August 2008, all shipments of any kind of scrap cargo should be submitted to the inspection of radioactive components and get the Certificate of Control of Risk (Certificat de Controle de isqué) prior its loading/unloading at the Port of Cotonou. Cargo owner is accountable for the charges of the destruction of any “infected” cargo and all related cots ) transport, surestaries, port storage, etc It is the responsibility of the cargo owner to contact above companies and get the Certificate of Control of Risk. Cargo Tracking Note (CTN) As of October 1, 2007 a “Cargo Tracking Note” (CTN) is mandatory for all cargo entering, departing, or transiting via the port of Cotonou. T In the event that a shipment arrives at the port of Cotonou without a valid CTN the client will be fined XOF 50,000 (approximately USD 100) per Bill of lading plus the fee for the CTN. All clients must be informed that the CTN is mandatory as per Beninese law, but that in the event of the Bill of lading not having a valid CTN we can still load the cargo. It should be clear, that we as carrier can accept a shipment whether it has a Cargo Tracking Note (CTN) attached or not. Special Customs Requirements Beninese customs can seize all cargo idling over 120 days in the port of Cotonou. Customs Regulation for cargo in Transit to Niger Effective from April 1, 2008 all shipments in transit to Niger going through Benin port are subject to the payment of a cash deposit amounting 5.2% of the cargo CIF value. Same will be refunded to the importer/consignee based on below mandatory conditions: The goods have effectively crossed Benin/Niger border The goods have effectively been cleared in Niger, and manifested under “Consumption” regime It is therefore required from importers/consignees to provide the necessary documents within 15 days after the delivery order issued by Benin customs. Failing to provide the documents on time will lead to automatic cancellation of the refund process. Restrictions – Documentation No acceptance for LCL cargo. Each container must have maximum one bill of lading. Multiple Bills of Lading per container is not acceptable.

Number of free days

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safmarine20' dry012/306000 XOF
CMA20111/110 XOF
CMA201112/186000 XOF
CMA201119- 2610000 XOF
CMA201127>13500 XOF
CMA40111/110 XOF
CMA401112/1812000 XOF
CMA401119- 2620000 XOF
CMA401127>27000 XOF
CMA40HC111/110 XOF
CMA40HC1112/1812000 XOF
CMA40HC1119- 2620000 XOF
CMA40HC1127>27000 XOF
CMA20 Reefer51/50 XOF
CMA20 Reefer56/725000 XOF
CMA20 Reefer58/1030000 XOF
CMA20 Reefer511>35000 XOF
CMA40 Reefer51/50 XOF
CMA40 Reefer56/750000 XOF
CMA40 Reefer58/1060000 XOF
CMA40 Reefer511>70000 XOF
CMA40HC Reefer51/50 XOF
CMA40HC Reefer56/750000 XOF
CMA40HC Reefer58/1060000 XOF
CMA40HC Reefer511>70000 XOF
Hapag20110-110 USD
Hapag201112/189.14 USD
Hapag201119-2615.24 USD
Hapag201126>20.58 USD
Hapag40110-110 USD
Hapag401112/1818.28 USD
Hapag401119-2630.28 USD
Hapag401126>41.16 USD
Hapag40HC110-110 USD
Hapag40HC1112/1818.28 USD
Hapag40HC1119-2630.28 USD
Hapag40HC1126>41.16 USD
Hapag20 Reefer50-50 USD
Hapag20 Reefer56/738.05 USD
Hapag20 Reefer58/1045.73 USD
Hapag20 Reefer510>53.35 USD
Hapag40 Reefer50-50 USD
Hapag40 Reefer56/776.1 USD
Hapag40 Reefer58/1091.46 USD
Hapag40 Reefer510>106.7 USD
Hapag40HC Reefer50-50 USD
Hapag40HC Reefer56/776.1 USD
Hapag40HC Reefer58/1091.46 USD
Hapag40HC Reefer510>106.7 USD

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