Appendix F. Puerto Rican Trade Accommodation for Horizon Lines and Trailer Bridge, Inc. (12/23/03) PDF Print E-mail
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APPENDIX F


PUERTO RICAN TRADE ACCOMMODATION
FOR HORIZON LINES AND
TRAILER BRIDGE, INC. (12/23/03)


This Agreement made this _____ day of December, 2003 between
the United States Maritime Alliance, Ltd. ("USMX"), the
International Longshoremen’s Association, AFL-CIO ("ILA"),
Horizon Lines and Trailer Bridge, Inc.

1. The term of this Agreement shall be for twelve (12) months
commencing October 1, 2003 through September 30, 2004.
The parties agree that the obligations set forth in paragraph
6 of this Agreement extend beyond September 30, 2004.
2. This Agreement shall be applicable only to the Master
Contract Ports of Jacksonville, Philadelphia, New York,
Houston and New Orleans (if applicable in that port).
3. The Carrier-ILA Container Freight Station Trust Fund
assessment of 30¢ per ton on Puerto Rican cargo shall be
waived during the term of this Agreement.
4. The Carrier-ILA Container Royalty Fund assessment of
20¢ per ton on Puerto Rican cargo shall be waived during
the term of this Agreement.
5. The ILA agrees that the Puerto Rican carriers will be
required to pay the local Container Royalty Fund $1.00
per ton in New York, Philadelphia, Houston, New Orleans
and Jacksonville for tons handled between October 1, 2003
and September 30, 2004.
6. Trailer Bridge acknowledges that it is a party to the current
Master Contract that will expire on September 30, 2004.
Trailer Bridge further acknowledges and agrees that so
long as the current local accommodation negotiated by the
ILA in Jacksonville, Jacksonville Maritime Association and
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Trailer Bridge provided to Trailer Bridge in the Port of
Jacksonville continues in effect, Trailer Bridge in the future
will use only ILA labor under the terms of the Master
Contract at ports on the East and Gulf Coasts at which it
calls.

7. All parties to this Agreement acknowledge that the
Container Royalty CAP amount of tons in each port in
which this accommodation applies shall not be reduced.
In addition, the tons on which a reduced assessment is paid
pursuant to this Agreement will be counted towards the
CAP. Finally, both Horizon Lines and Trailer Bridge each
acknowledges and agrees that they will not be entitled to
receive any CAP refunds attributable to any port in which
the companies receive a benefit under the terms of this
Agreement.
S / James A. Capo S / John Bowers

James A. Capo, John Bowers, President, ILA
Chairman/CEO, USMX

S / John Keenan S / Ralph W. Heim

Horizon Lines Trailer Bridge, Inc.

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AMENDMENT TO THE 12/23/03
PUERTO RICAN TRADE ACCOMMODATION
FOR HORIZON LINES AND
TRAILER BRIDGE, INC.


This Agreement made this 31st day of March, 2004 between the
United States Maritime Alliance, Ltd. ("USMX"), the International
Longshoremen’s Association, AFL-CIO ("ILA"), Horizon Lines and
Trailer Bridge, Inc. (collectively the "Parties") amends the Agreement
made between the Parties entitled Puerto Rican Trade
Accommodation For Horizon Lines and Trailer Bridge, Inc.
(12/23/03) (the "December 23, 2003 Agreement").

1. This Amendment shall take effect with respect to all cargo
handled by ILA labor covered by the Master Contract on
and after April 3, 2004.
2. This Amendment shall be applicable only to the Master
Contract Port of Jacksonville.
3. The ILA agrees that Horizon Lines and Trailer Bridge,
Inc. will be required to pay the local Container Royalty
Fund 55 cents per ton in Jacksonville for tons handled in
the Puerto Rican trade on and after April 3, 2004.
4. Trailer Bridge acknowledges that it is a party to the current
Master Contract that will expire on September 30, 2004.
Trailer Bridge further acknowledges and agrees that so
long as the current local accommodation negotiated by the
ILA in Jacksonville, Jacksonville Maritime Association and
Trailer Bridge provided to Trailer Bridge in the Port of
Jacksonville continues in effect, Trailer Bridge in the future
will use only ILA labor under the terms of the Master
Contract at ports on the East and Gulf Coasts at which it
calls.
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5. Except as modified by this Amendment, each and every
term of the December 23, 2003 Agreement remains in
full force.
S / James A. Capo S / John Bowers

James A. Capo, John Bowers, President, ILA
Chairman/CEO, USMX

S / John Keenan S / Ralph W. Heim

Horizon Lines Trailer Bridge, Inc.

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