|KAWASAKI KISEN KAISHA, LTD.|
|CONTAINER IMPORT||CONTAINER EXPORT|
|Bill of Lading (KBL-100)||Non-Negotiable Waybill (KWB-100)||Bill of Lading (KL-60)||Non-Negotiable Waybill (KL-62)|
CAR CARRIER / RO/RO
|Bill of Lading (KBL-410 / KL-64)||Combined Transport Bill of Lading (KBL-110)|
|Front||Back||Front & Back|
|Waybill (KWB-610 / KL-66)|
|Front & Back|
SHIPPED ON BOARD, the goods or packages said to contain goods hereinafter mentioned in apparent good order and condition unless otherwise indicated herein to be transported subject to all the terms on the face and back herein and the applicable Bill of Lading and to ship's engagements not hereby disclosed with liberty to proceed via any port or ports within the voyage herein contracted for (see Clause 4 of the applicable Bill of Lading), to the port of discharge or so near thereunto as the ship can always safely get and leave, always afloat at all stages and conditions of water and weather, and there to be delivered or transshipped on payment of the charges thereon in like apparent good order and condition from ship's tackle or deck and, in case of bulk liquids, from ship's pipe line connections on the ship where Carrier's responsibility shall cease.
It is agreed that the custody and carriage of the goods are subject to the following terms which shall govern the relations, whatsoever they may be between the shipper, consignee, and the Carrier, master and ship in every contingency, wheresoever and whensoever occurring, and also in the event of deviation, or of unseaworthiness of the ship at the time of loading or inception of the voyage or subsequently, and none of the terms of this Waybill shall be deemed to have been waived by the Carrier unless by express waiver in writing signed by a duty authorized agent of the Carrier.
In accepting this Waybill(s), the shipper and all other parties covered by the term "Merchant" as defined in the applicable Bill of Lading form agree to be bound by all the stipulations, exceptions, terms and conditions on the face and back of this Waybill and the applicable Bill of Lading, whether written, typed, stamped or printed, as fully as if signed by the shipper, any local custom or privilege to the contrary notwithstanding, and agree that all agreement or freight engagement for and in connection with the carriage of the Goods are superseded by this Waybill(s).