Note (1) Where the rate and carrier's liability is dependent on value, shippers are required to state specifically in
writing the agreed or declared value of the property as follows: "The agreed or declared value of the property is
specifically stated by the shipper to be not exceeding__________per___________."
Note (2) CARRIER LIABILITY for loss or damage will be the lesser of: (1) the actual invoice value of the article(s)
lost, damaged or destroyed; or (2) the amount determined from the applicable limited liability provisions of the
NMFC; or (3) the limits provided by contract, if applicable; or (4) carrier's governing tariffs unless Excess Declared
Value Coverage* is specifically requested along with the amount of coverage needed in writing on the bill of
lading at the time of shipment and applicable charges are paid. Carrier's UPGF 102 series rules tariff** is
incorporated herein by this reference; please carefully review the tariff to determine the applicable limits of
liability for the type of article(s) being shipped.
*Certain articles are subject to a limited declared value, with a choice of rates under the tariff; please review the
tariff provisions before stating a value. SHIPPER REQUESTS EXCESS DECLARED VALUE COVERAGE IN THE AMOUNT
OF $______________
Note (3) Commodities requiring special or additional care or attention in handling or stowing must be so marked
and packaged as to ensure safe transportation with ordinary care. See Sec. 2(e) of NMFC Item 360.
CUSTOMER SERVICE 1-800-333-7400
STRAIGHT BILL OF LADING - SHIPPING ORDER NOT NEGOTIABLE - DOMESTIC
UPS Freight (UPGF)
DATE
PLACE CARRIER
PRO LABEL HERE
This is to certify that the above named materials are properly classified, described,
packaged, marked, and labeled and are in proper condition for transportation
according to the applicable regulations of the Department of Transportation.
Firm name:
Signed By:
Driver:
UPS Freight resp. piece count:
UPS Freight COPYOTC-199 (Rev 01/13)
Carrier:
Date received:
** Now available at www.upsfreight.com - UPGF 102 Series Rules Tariff - Electronic Bill of Lading
UPS Freight
UPS Freight shall have no liability or responsibility whatsoever in connection with this bill of lading
if the shipper did not tender the shipment to UPS Freight or its agent.
SHIPPER PHONE #
CONTACT NAME
CONSIGNEE (TO)
STREET ADDRESS
CITY
P.O. NUMBER
CONSIGNEE PHONE #
STATE
STORE #
CONTACT NAME
ZIP
(
REQUIRED)
On collect on delivery shipments, the letters "COD" must appear before
consignee's name or as otherwise provided in item 430, Sec. 1 of UPGF 102.
STORE #
STATE
STREET ADDRESS
CITY
BILL OF LADING NUMBER
SHIPPER (FROM)
ZIP
(REQUIRED)
TRAILER
NUMBER:
LINEAR FEET
OF SHIPMENT:
SEAL # APPLIED:
SHIPPER LOAD / CONSIGNEE UNLOAD
TOTAL CUBE:
DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES, WEIGHT, NMFC & CLASS ARE SUBJECT TO CORRECTION
NO.
PCS.
PKG
TYPE
HM
+
DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES & SPECIAL MARKS
WEIGHT (lbs.) NMFC NO. CLASS
COUNTRY
COUNTRY
Mark with an "X" to designate hazardous materials as defined in title 49 of the Code of Fed. Reg.
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION BELOW:
FOR FREIGHT COLLECT SHIPMENTS
Subject to Section 7 of conditions of applicable bill of lading. If this shipment is to be delivered to the consignee, without
recourse on the consignor, the consignor shall sign the following statement. UPS Freight may decline to make delivery of
this shipment without payment of freight and all other lawful charges.
Consignor Signature ___________________________________________________________________________
Special Instructions
By checking this box, you request UPS Freight to deliver this shipment by 12 PM
on the standard day of service and agree to pay all fees associated with this service.
LTL GUARANTEED A.M. SERVICE REQUESTED (if box is checked)
GRAM
Section 7 signature is not valid on Guaranteed Services. Guaranteed Services are subject to the terms, conditions and limitations set forth in the UPGF 102 Rules Tariff.
CONSIGNEE CHECK
ACCEPTABLE
CERTIFIED CHECK
OR CASH
IF NOT CHECKED, BOTH ARE ACCEPTABLE
FEE COLLECT UNLESS OTHERWISE MARKED
COD FEE PREPAID
COLLECT
COD AMT $
COD SHIPMENTS GOVERNED BY UPGF 102 RULES ITEM 430
BILL TO
ADDRESS
CITY
STATE
ZIP (REQUIRED)
REMIT C.O.D. CASH / CHECK TO
FREIGHT CHARGES ARE PREPAID UNLESS OTHERWISE MARKED
CHECK ONE:
Prepaid Collect Third Party Prepaid
GRTD
LTL GUARANTEED SERVICE REQUESTED (if box is checked)
By checking this box, you request UPS Freight to deliver this shipment on the
standard day of service and agree to pay all fees associated with this service.
CONTACT NAME: ____________________________________ CONTACT PHONE # ________________________________ CONTRACT #___________________________________
+
Liftgate Inside Delivery Limited Access Notification Before Delivery Residential Sort/Segregate Liftgate Inside Pickup Limited Access Protect from Freezing
DELIVERY SERVICES PICK-UP SERVICES
RECEIVED, subject to individually determined rates or contracts that have been agreed
upon in writing between the carrier and shipper, if applicable, otherwise to the rates,
classifications and rules that have been established by the carrier and are available to
the shipper, on request,** the property described above, in apparent good order, except
as noted (contents and condition of contents of packages unknown) marked, consigned,
and destined as shown above, which said carrier agrees to carry to destination, if on its
route, or otherwise to deliver to another carrier on the route to destination. Every
service to be performed hereunder shall be subject to all conditions not prohibited by
law, whether printed or written, herein contained, including conditions on the back
hereof, which are hereby agreed to by the shipper and accepted for itself and its
assigns. Where a third party bill to or broker exists, carrier holds both the shipper and
consignee liable for freight charges.
CARRIER LIABILITY
RESET
RULES
UNIFORM BILL OF LADING TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Sec. 1. (a) The carrier or the party in possession of any of the
property described in this bill of lading shall be liable as at common
law for any loss thereof or damage thereto, except as hereinafter
provided.
(b) No carrier shall be liable for any loss or damage to a
shipment or for any delay caused by an Act of God, the public
enemy, the authority of law, or the act or default of shipper. Except
in the case of negligence of the carrier or party in possession, the
carrier or party in possession shall not be liable for loss, damage
or delay which results: when the property is stopped and held in
transit upon request of the shipper, owner or party entitled to make
such request; or from faulty or impassable highway, or by lack of
capacity of a highway bridge or ferry; or from a defect or vice in
the property; or from riots or strikes. The burden to prove freedom
from negligence is on the carrier or the party in possession.
Sec. 2. Unless arranged or agreed upon, in writing, prior to
shipment, carrier is not bound to transport a shipment by a
particular schedule or in time for a particular market, but is
responsible to transport with reasonable dispatch. In case of
physical necessity, carrier may forward a shipment via another
carrier.
Sec. 3. (a) As a condition precedent to recovery, claims must
be filed in writing with: any participating carrier having sufficient
information to identify the shipment.
(b) Claims for loss or damage must be filed within nine months
after the delivery of the property (or, in the case of export traffic,
within nine months after delivery at the port of export), except that
claims for failure to make delivery must be filed within nine months
after a reasonable time for delivery has elapsed.
(c) Suits for loss, damage, injury or delay shall be instituted
against any carrier no later than two years and one day from the
day when written notice is given by the carrier to the claimant that
the carrier has disallowed the claim or any part or parts of the claim
specified in the notice. Where claims are not filed or suits are not
instituted thereon in accordance with the foregoing provisions, no
carrier shall be liable, and such claims will not be paid.
(d) Any carrier or party liable for loss of or damage to any of
said property shall have the full benefit of any insurance that may
have been effected, upon or on account of said property, so far
as this shall not avoid the policies or contracts of insurance,
PROVIDED, that the carrier receiving the benefit of such insurance
will reimburse the claimant for the premium paid on the insurance
policy or contract.
Sec. 4. (a) If the consignee refuses the shipment tendered for
delivery by carrier or if carrier is unable to deliver the shipment,
because of fault or mistake of the consignor or consignee, the
carrier's liability shall then become that of a warehouseman. Carrier
shall promptly attempt to provide notice, by telephonic or electronic
communication as provided on the face of the bill of lading, if so
indicated, to the shipper or the party, if any, designated to receive
notice on this bill of lading. Storage charges, based on carrier's
tariff, shall start no sooner than the next business day following
the attempted notification. Storage may be, at the carrier's option,
in any location that provides reasonable protection against loss or
damage. The carrier may place the shipment in public storage at
the owner's expense and without liability to the carrier.
(b) If the carrier does not receive disposition instructions within
48 hours of the time of carrier's attempted first notification, carrier
will attempt to issue a second and final confirmed notification. Such
notice shall advise that if carrier does not receive disposition
instructions within 10 days of that notification, carrier may offer the
shipment for sale at a public auction and the carrier has the right
to offer the shipment for sale. The amount of sale will be applied
to the carrier's invoice for transportation, storage and other lawful
charges. The owner will be responsible for the balance of charges
not covered by the sale of the goods. If there is a balance remaining
after all charges and expenses are paid, such balance will be paid
to the owner of the property sold hereunder, upon claim and proof
of ownership.
(c) Where carrier has attempted to follow the procedure set
forth in subsections 4(a) and (b) above and the procedure provided
in this section is not possible, nothing in this section shall be
construed to abridge the right of the carrier at its option to sell the
property under such circumstances and in such manner as may
be authorized by law. When perishable goods cannot be delivered
and disposition is not given within a reasonable time, the carrier
may dispose of property to the best advantage.
(d) Where a carrier is directed by consignee or consignor to
unload or deliver property at a particular location where consignor,
consignee, or the agent of either, is not regularly located, the risk
after unloading or delivery shall not be that of the carrier.
Sec. 5. (a) In all cases not prohibited by law, where a lower
value than the actual value of the said property has been stated
in writing by the shipper or has been agreed upon in writing as the
released value of the property as determined by the classification
or tariffs upon which the rate is based, such lower value plus freight
charges if paid shall be the maximum recoverable amount for loss
or damage, whether or not such loss or damage occurs from
negligence.
(b) No carrier hereunder will carry or be liable in any way for
any documents, coin money, or for any articles of extraordinary
value not specifically rated in the published classification or tariffs
unless a special agreement to do so and a stipulated value of the
articles are endorsed on this bill of lading.
Sec. 6. Every party, whether principal or agent, who ships
explosives or dangerous goods, without previous full written
disclosure to the carrier of their nature, shall be liable for and
indemnify the carrier against all loss or damage caused by such
goods. Such goods may be warehoused at owner's risk and
expense or destroyed without compensation.
Sec. 7. (a) The consignor or consignee shall be liable for the
freight and other lawful charges accruing on the shipment, as billed
or corrected, except that collect shipments may move without
recourse to the consignor when the consignor so stipulates by
signature or endorsement in the space provided on the face of the
bill of lading. Nevertheless, the consignor shall remain liable for
transportation charges where there has been an erroneous
determination of the freight charges assessed, based upon
incomplete or incorrect information provided by the consignor.
(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a) above, the
consignee's liability for payment of additional charges that may be
found to be due after delivery shall be as specified by 49 U.S.C.
§13706, except that the consignee need not provide the specified
written notice to the delivering carrier if the consignee is a for-hire
carrier.
(c) Nothing in this bill of lading shall limit the right of the carrier
to require the prepayment or guarantee of the charges at the time
of shipment or prior to delivery. If the description of articles or other
information on this bill of lading is found to be incorrect or
incomplete, the freight charges must be paid based upon the
articles actually shipped.
Sec. 8. If this bill of lading is issued on the order of the shipper,
or his agent, in exchange or in substitution for another bill of lading,
the shipper's signature on the prior bill of lading or in connection
with the prior bill of lading as to the statement of value or otherwise,
or as to the election of common law or bill of lading liability shall
be considered a part of this bill of lading as fully as if the same
were written on or made in connection with this bill of lading.
Sec. 9. If all or any part of said property is carried by water
over any part of said route, such water carriage shall be performed
subject to the terms and provisions and limitations of liability
specified by the "Carriage of Goods By Sea Act" and any other
pertinent laws applicable to water carriers.
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