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Table C9.T4a.

 

  Percentages to be used when Shipping from:
# Delivery Term Codes (DTC) DWCF Other than DWCF

2

a) Inland origin to inland destination within CONUS/Canada (except Newfoundland and Labrador)

0.00%

3.75%

b) Inland origin to inland destination within a foreign country other than Canada

0.00%

3.75%

4

Recipient country is responsible for the cost of CONUS transportation and subsequent arrangement for onward movement or when transportation is provided as a case line such as high flight or special assignment airlift mission (SAAM)

0.00%

0.00%

5

DoD movement for FMS customer in CONUS/Canada (except Newfoundland and Labrador)

0.00%

3.75%

7

DoD movement from point of origin to, and including, inland carrier delivery to the specified inland location (includes overseas movement of parcel shipments via the Military Postal Service through APO/FPO channels):

 

 

a) To Europe, Hawaii, Latin America (Central America and Caribbean Basin), and Mediterranean ports

10.50%

14.25%

b) To Newfoundland, Labrador, Thule, Iceland, South America (East and West Coasts), Far East, African ports (other than Mediterranean), and Near East

18.50%

22.25%

8

DoD movement from point of origin to, and including, unloading, handling, and storage aboard vessel at port of exit

2.50%

6.25%

9

DoD movement from point of origin to, and including, vessel discharge at the point of discharge:

 

 

a) To Europe, Hawaii, Latin America (Central America and Caribbean Basin), and Mediterranean port

7.50%

11.25%

b) To Newfoundland, Labrador, Thule, Iceland, South America (East and West Coasts), Far East, African ports (other than Mediterranean), and Near East

15.50%

19.25%

Notes:

  1. At the time of preparation of the LOA, if it is known and authorized that materiel will be shipped via a SAAM, the cost should be included as a line on the case and priced as an estimate of the cost. This shipment will cite the line on the case for reimbursement.

  2. Delivery Term Codes 3 and 6 were eliminated in 2010 and should not be used when pricing LOAs.

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