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D/B/A APL LOGISTICSSHIPPERB/L NO.PIONEER MANUFACTURING (THAILAND) CO.,LTD.1/31 MOO 5 TAMBOL KANHAM, AMPHUR U-THAIPRANAKORNSRIAYUTTHAYA 13210TEL (035) 226-160 FAX (035) 227230-1KINTETSU WORLD EXPRESS, INC.PIONEER003CONSOLIDATION NO.DECLARED CARGO VALUE6051CSL163834MARKS AND NUMBERSNOS. OF PKGS. OR CONTAINERSKIND OF PACKAGES; DESCRIPTION OF GOODSGROSS WEIGHT(KGS)MEASUREMENT(CBM)(If Merchant enters actual value of Goods and pays the applicable ad valorem tariff rate, Carrier's package limitation shall not apply.)PARTICULARS FURNISHED BY MERCHANT - CARRIER HAS NOT VERIFIEDEXPORT REFERENCEBooking Confirmation Number:585810147SAN GIORGIOVOY. NO.937NHAIPHONG, VIETNAMHAIPHONG, VIETNAMNAME OF VESSELPORT OF DISCHARGE PLACE OF DELIVERYPORT OF LOADINGFINAL DESTINATION (MERCHANT'S REFERENCE ONLY)HAIPHONG, VIETNAMLAEM CHABANG, THAILAND605140821181MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT BILL OF LADINGSAME AS CONSIGNEEAn enlarged copy of back clauses is available from the Carrier upon request.CY to CYTYPE OF MOVEPLACE OF RECEIPTKINTETSU WORLD EXPRESS (VIETNAM).,INC.4th Floor, NTS Building,Noi Bai International Airport,Phu Minh Commune, Soc Son District,Hanoi City, VN 100000 ATTN : MR.MASARU KOBAYASHI T: +84-24-3525-0448 F: +84-24-3525-0450PARTY TO CONTACT FOR CARGO RELEASEAAAAAAAAA CORPORATIONAAAAAA, QUANG MINH INDUSTRIAL ZONE, ME LINH DISTRICT, HANOI, VIETNAMTEL. +AAAAAAFAX. +AAAAAAA*CONSIGNEEKATOLEC VNIn accepting this Bill of Lading, the Merchant agrees to be bound by all itsstipulations, exceptions, terms and conditions appearing on the face and backhereof, whether written, stamped, printed or otherwise incorporated, as fully asif they were all signed by the Merchant, notwithstanding any local custom orprivileges to the contrary, and agrees that all agreements or freightengagement for and in connection with the carriage of the Goods aresuperseded by this Bill of Lading. In witness, the undersigned has signed thenumber of original Bill(s) of Lading stated herein, all of this tenor and date, oneof which being accomplished the others to stand void. This Bill of Lading dutyendorsed must be surrendered in exchange for the Goods or delivery order.NOTIFY PARTYLAT KRABANG, THAILANDPRE-CARRIAGE BY2966.000MSKU6584165/ML-TH5521824(3WCS/2966.00KG/21.979CBM)AAAAAAA VIETNAM HAIPHONGC/NO. 1-3"SHIPPER'S LOAD & COUNT & SEAL"3 WOODEN CASESPANASERT INSERT MACHINE, WITH ACCESSORIESPANASONIC BRANDCONVEYOREUNIL BRANDINVOICE NO. 19/39197*ATTN: MR. KOJI AKIYAMAFREIGHT COLLECT"ORIGINAL B/L SURRENDERED AT ORIGIN"1 X 40Ft21.979TOTAL605140821181TOTAL NOS. OF PACKAGES OR CONTAINERS(IN WORDS)PERRATEFREIGHT AND CHARGESONE (1) CONTAINER ONLYORIGINALPREPAID COLLECTNOS. OF ORIGINAL B/L (S)THREE (3)PLACE AND DATE OF ISSUEBANGKOK, THAILAND14-09-19PREPAID ATPAYABLE AT30.830000LADEN ON BOARD THE VESSEL DATESEP/14/2019 AT LAEM CHABANG, THAILANDSAN GIORGIO/937NB/L NO.ACCOUNTING INFORMATIONBYAS AGENT FOR THE CARRIERD/B/A APL LOGISTICSEXCHANGE RATEKINTETSU WORLD EXPRESS, INC.AS CARRIERUSD 5446.39DESTINATIONBYKWE-KINTETSU WORLD EXPRESS (THAILAND) CO.,LTD.USD***400.00SEA FREIGHTUSD**5046.39PORT & OTHER CHGS (4)(2)(1)(2)(1)(7)(6)(1)12. Delivery of the GoodsIf the Goods are placed in a container(s) packed and sealed by Merchant, and the container is subsequently deliveredwith the seal intact, such delivery with the seal intact shall constitute prima facie evidence of delivery by Carrier of theGoods in the same weight, load, stow, count, volume, order, condition, description as received by Carrier, and Carriershall bear no liability for loss, damage, or shortage of the Goods, or other discrepancy in the contents of the container.Merchant however, acknowledges that customs agents and other governmental authorities pen and inspect containersand sealed units from time to time and the breaking of a seal for such purpose shall neither impose nor form the basisfor any liability on Carrier.(1)(2)(1)(2)(3)(1)(2)(1)(4)(5)(6)(2)(1)(1)(2)(3)(2)(1)4. Governing Law, Venue, Jurisdiction and Limitation StatutesThe contract evidenced by or contained in this Bill of Lading shall be governed by Japanese law except as may beotherwise provided herein, and any action against the Carrier shall be brought before the Tokyo District Court in Japan,except where the Goods are transported to or from a point or place in the United States and are subject to U.S. COGSA,as set forth in Clause 3 hereinabove, in which case any action against Carrier shall be brought in the United StatesDistrict Court for the Southern District of New York.In any event, Carrier and Actual Carrier shall be discharged from all liability in respect of loss of or damage to the Goodsunless suit is brought within nine(9) months after delivery of the Goods or, where the Goods are lost, within (9) monthsof the date of the Goods should have been delivered. Suit shall not be deemed to have been brought within the meaningof this clause unless jurisdiction over Carrier shall have been obtained by service of process.1. Definitions“Merchant” includes the shipper, consignor, consignee, owner and /or receiver of the goods and the holder of this Bill ofLading and any successor in interest, assignee, subrogee, and anyone acting on behalf of any such person or entity.“Goods” means the cargo described on the face of this Bill of Lading, and includes any portion thereof, and if the cargois packed into one or more container(s) supplied or furnished by or on behalf of Merchant, the term includes thecontainer(s) as well.“Unit” means the customary freight unit, which will apply to the container as a whole where the Goods have beenshipped in a container(s) and freight is charged on a “per container” basis, and shall also apply to automobiles , farmequipment, and pieces of machinery, shipped as one unit or under one freight rate.6. Negotiability and Title to GoodsBy accepting this Bill of Lading, Merchant hereby agrees with Carrier that unless this Bill of Lading marked“Nonnegotiable” on its face, it shall be deemed to constitute the title to the Goods and the holder, by endorsement ofthis Bill of Lading, shall be entitled to receive or to transfer the Goods described on the face hereof. If multiple originalsare issued by Carrier, the Bill of Lading which is signed and/or marked “One of Original, Duplicate and Triplicate” byCarrier shall constitute titled to the Goods, when one is surrendered, the other(s) shall be voidCarrier, by the issuance of this Multimodal Transport Bill of lading, undertakes to perform the entire transport from theplace of receipt identified on the face hereof, to the point or place designated for delivery stated on the face of this Billof Lading.5. Multimodal Transport Bill of Lading“Carrier” means the company mentioned on the face hereof by whom or in whose name this contact of carriage is madeand who undertakes to perform the carriage hereunder.“Actual Carrier” means the carrying vessel(s), its owners, charterers, and operators, and shall also include any carriers,in-land carriers, stevedores, terminal operators, subcontractors, and independent contractors, and their respectiveservants, whose services Carrier or Actual Carrier may procure for the performance of any part of the care, custody, ortransportation covered by this Bill of Lading. Actual Carrier(s) shall be entitled to all rights, defenses, liberties, andimmunities available hereunder to Carrier.“Units of Account” means the Special Drawing Rights (SDR) as defined by the International Monetary fund.3. USA Clause ParamountIf any provision herein is repugnant to any extent of the Act, the Hague-Rules, the Hague-Visby Rules, or any other lawsor regulations mandatorily applicable to the contract evidenced by this Bill of Lading, such provision shall be null andvoid to the extend of such repugnance but no further.As far as this Bill of Lading covers the carriage of the Goods by sea or inland waterways, this Bill of Lading shall haveeffect subject to the provisions of the International Carriage of Goods by Sea Act of Japan enacted 13 June, 1957, asamended 3 June, 1992, (hereinafter called the “Act”), unless it is adjudged that any other legislation enacting theInternational Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules of Law relating to Bills of Lading(hereinafter called the“Hague Rules”) done on 25 August, 1924, or the Protocol to amend the Hague Rules done on 23 February, 1968 and /oron 21 December, 1979(herein after called the “Hague-Visby Rules”), mandatorily applies to the Bill of Lading, in whichcase it shall be subject to the provisions of the Hague Rules and Hague-Visby Rules, incorporated herein and to applythroughout the time the Goods are in the custody of Carrier and/or Actual Carrier and until the Goods are delivered toMerchant.Notwithstanding Clause 2 hereinabove, if the carriage covered by this Bill of Lading includes carriage to/from or througha port of place in the United States of America or any territory or protectorate thereof, this Bill of Lading shall be subjectto the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act of the United States of America approved 16 April 1936(“U.S. COGSA”), and theterms of U.S. COGSA shall be deemed to be incorporated and shall apply throughout the carriage by and during theentire time the Goods are in the custody of Carrier of any Actual Carrier and until the Goods are delivered to Merchant.If U.S. COGSA applies, the liability of Carrier shall not exceed U.S. $500 per Unit or package, as set for the in Clause 20hereinbelow, unless the nature and value of the Goods have been declared on the face hereof and an valorem freighthas been prepaid to Carrier and agreed to by Carrier(or prepaid to and accepted by Carrier), in which case the statedvalue of the Goods shall be the limit of Carrier’s liability for total loss of the Goods and shall be used to adjust any partialloss on a pro rata basis, as set for the in Clause 22.2. Clause ParamountCarrier shall not be liable in any capacity whatsoever for loss of, damage to, or delay in receipt of the Goods where theGoods are in transit beyond the place of delivery identified on the face hereof. The responsibility of Carrier, if any, insuch case shall only be to procure, as agent of Merchant, transportation by inland carriers (one of more) and such inlandcarrier(s) shall be deemed acting on behalf of Merchant in taking delivery. Only if and to the extent Carrier may befound not to have acted agent shall Carrier’s liability for loss of, damage to, or delay in delivery of the Goods bedetermined under this Bill of Lading and in accordance with Clauses 20,21 and 22 hereinbelow.Notwithstanding the above, the provisions set out and referred to this Bill of Lading shall also apply when the transportis performed by only one (1) mode of transport. In the case that this Bill of Lading is used as ocean bill of lading, Carriershall not be liable for any loss or damage of Goods occurring before loading onto the vessel at the loading Port and/orafter discharge from the vessel at the Discharging Port.8. Receptions of the Goods7. Carrier’s tariffCarrier has tariff which sets forth freight rates and other charges which may be applicable to the contract evidenced by thisBill of Lading, and such tariff may also contain other terms or conditions which likewise may be applicable. Copies of suchtariff provision may be obtained from Carrier upon request. However, in the event of any inconsistency between this Bill ofLading and the terms or conditions of the tariff, this Bill of Lading shall prevail.This Bill of lading shall not be prima facie evidence of the taking in charge by Carrier of the Goods as described on theface hereof if the description of the Goods is qualified by a phrase such as “said to contain”, “Contents unknown”,“shipper’s weight, load and count”, “shipper’s weight, load stow and count”, or similar expressions appearing on the facehereof, in which case it is agreed by and between Merchant and Carrier that the description, weight, count and otherparticulars of the Goods have been supplied by Merchant and have not been verified by Carrier, and that this Bill ofLading shall not be prima facie evidence of receipt by Carrier of the Goods as so described or in such weight, count and/or other particulars.(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)If the Goods have been packed into a container by Carrier, Carrier may, but shall not be obligated to, deliver the Goodsin the container to Merchant who shall undertake to unpack the Goods, without any risk or expense to Carrier, andsuch delivery of the container shall constitute proper delivery of the Goods under this Bill of Lading.Where delivery is effected as set forth in the preceding subparts (1), (2) and (3), Carrier shall not be liable for anyloss, damage, or shortage of the Goods, or other discrepancy in the contents of the container.Merchant shall assume full responsibility for and shall indemnify Carrier against any loss of or damage to any containeror other equipment furnished or arranged to be furnished by Carrier to Merchant if such loss or damage occurs while inthe possession or control of Merchant, its agent, or any inland carrier engaged by or on behalf of Merchant.If delivery of the Goods, or any part thereof, is failed to be taken by Merchant at the time and the place when andwhere Carrier is permitted to call upon the Merchant to take delivery under this Bill of Lading, then Carrier may, but isnot obligated to, transport the Goods to a location for storage including any place of another port which is reasonable,and/or warehouse or store the Goods, and/or unpack the Goods from any container in which they were carried at riskand cost of Merchant. Merchant shall be liable for all costs incurred by Carrier for transporting, unpacking, andstoring/warehousing the Goods. Carrier shall have a lien on the Goods for these costs as well as any incidental costs,which shall be considered freight and included in Carrier’s lien for freight.Notwithstanding subpart (1) hereinabove, any container packed by merchant may be opened and on condition that theCarrier shall not be liable for any shortage, loss damage or discrepancies of the Goods which are found upon unpackingthe container, the contents thereof may be delivered by Carrier, at the absolute discretion of Carrier, in accordancewith the brands, marks, numbers, sized, or types of packages or pieces, and such delivery shall constitute properdelivery of the contents under this Bill of Lading.(8)(9)(1)(1)(2)(3)(2)If the Goods are unclaimed after a reasonable time, or whenever the Goods have become deteriorated or worthless,Carrier may, at is discretion and subject to its lien, and without any responsibility or liability whatsoever, sell, abandon,or otherwise dispose of the Goods solely at the risk and expense of Merchant.The Merchant shall inspect any container before packing the contents into the container and the use of the containershall be prima facie evidence of the container being sound and suitable for use and in compliance with law.13. Carrier’s Failure to Load and Delay in DeliveryIn the event Carrier or Actual Carrier fails to load the Goods on the vessel specified on the face hereof, whether due toact(s) or omission(s) of Merchant, Actual Carrier, Carrier, or from any other cause whatsoever, Carrier shall have theright, but not the obligation, to arrange for transport on another vessel, or by other means as set forth in Clause 9hereinabove, or Carrier may choose to cancel this contract. Any extra freight, charges, or expenses incurred by Carrierto so arrange for alternate transport shall be for the account of Merchant, and Carrier shall have a lien on the Goodsfor these extra charges and expense, which shall likewise be considered freight, in addition to the freight quotedand/or set for the on the face hereof.14. Dangerous Goods, Radioactive Materials, Contraband and Heavy LiftGoods which are dangerous, hazardous, flammable, poisonous, noxious, radioactive or of other similar nature shall bedeclared as such by Merchant prior to the time tendered for transport under this Bill of Lading, and the nature shall bedistinctly marked on the outside of the package. Merchant shall be solely responsible for ensuring proper packaging,labeling, marking, and complete transport documentation required by any government agency or entity into whosejurisdiction the transportation may be reasonably expected to come within. The transport documentation shall bepresented at the time the Goods are tendered to Carrier for transport, and Carrier reserves the right to refuse toaccept Goods for any reason whatsoever.Notwithstanding, Carrier’s acceptance of the Goods shall not operate to limit Merchant’s continuing responsibility toproperly package, label, mark and provide transport documents as set forth hereinabove or as may be required as aresult of any action taken pursuant to Clause 10 hereinabove.If the goods in the discretion of Carrier are or become contraband, dangerous, hazardous, poisonous, noxious,radioactive or potential detriment to health or property, Carrier shall have the right, but not the obligation, todischarge, dispose of, or render innocuous such goods, without any compensation to Merchant for loss of or damage tosuch Goods. All risks, costs, and expenses incurred by Carrier for discharge, disposal, rendering innocuous, and/orclean-up shall be for the account of Merchant. Carrier shall have a lien on the Goods, and any other cargo (es)tendered by Merchant for transport, for such costs, in addition to freight.Any clause herein giving names of parties who desire to be notified on the arrival of the vessel or other means oftransport at destination is solely for the information of Carrier and its agents, and failure to notify such party (ies) shallnot result in any liability on the part of Carrier.Carrier does not guarantee that the Goods shall arrive at the port of discharge or the place of delivery at any particulartime or in time to meet any particular market use, and Carrier shall not be responsible or liable for loss of or diminutionin value due to any such delay. In any event and without prejudice to the foregoing the liability of the Carrier for lossor damage and/or expense resulting from delay in delivery shall be limited to an amount equivalent to two and halftimes the freight payable for the Goods delayed but not exceeding the total freight carriage.Notwithstanding the above sub-clause (6), in case of handling over the Goods to an authority or other third party towhom, pursuant to law or regulations applicable at the port of discharge, the Goods must be handed over, suchhanding over shall be deemed the delivery of the Goods under this Bill of Lading and Carrier’s responsibility shallcease.Merchant shall be deemed to have guaranteed to Carrier the accuracy and the correctness of the description, weight,count and particulars of the Goods furnished by merchant at the time the Goods are delivered to Carrier. This Bill ofLading is issued setting forth such particulars as to description, weight, count, marks, number, quantity and volume asfurnished by Merchant, and Merchant shall indemnity Carrier against any loss, damage, expense, cost and fee arisingfrom or in connection with any inaccuracy, incorrectness and/or insufficiency of such particulars.(2)(3)(1)Merchant, in accepting this Bill of Lading, acknowledges its duty to properly and visibly mark the Goods. Unless, beforethe Goods are received by Carrier, leading marks shall have been clearly and durably stamped or marked upon theexterior of the Goods, units, packages and /or containers, as the case may be, in letters and numbers not less thanfive(5) centimeters or two(2) inches high, together with the name of the port of discharge and place of delivery, ifdifferent than port of discharge, Carrier shall not be liable for any loss, damage, expense, cost and fee arising from or inconnection with any failure of or delay in delivery in accordance with the marks.Carrier makes no representation whatsoever as to the weight, load, stow, count, volume, order, condition or descriptionof the Goods, and Merchant specifically agrees that the weight, load, count, volume, order, condition and description setfor the on the face of this Bill of Lading has been supplied by Merchant and Carrier has not verified same and this Bill ofLading shall not serve as prima facie evidence thereof.Carrier may, but shall not be obligated to, at any time and without notice to Merchant, (a) use any means of transportor storage, and/or (b) transfer the Goods from one conveyance to another, and/or (c) transship the Goods, and/or (d)undertake the carriage of the Goods on a Vessel or Vessels other than that named on the face of this Bill of Lading, and/or (e) proceed at any speed and/or by any route in the Carrier’s discretion including to stay at any place or portwhatsoever once or more often and in any order, and/or (f) inspect, unpack, and /or remove the Goods which havebeen packed into a container and forward them in another container, and/or (g) load and unload the Goods at any placeor port, whether or not such place or port is the port named as the port of place of loading or port or place of dischargeon the face hereof. The Carrier may store the Goods, or terminate transportation at any such alternate place or port, inwhich case delivery shall be deemed to have been made at such alternate place or port at the time written notification ofthe termination of transportation is given to Merchant. Merchant shall be liable for any cost(s) and/or expense(s)incurred in connection with such inspection, unpacking, forwarding, and/or storing, in addition to cost(s) and/orexpense(s) incurred in any recoopering, repackaging, or reconditioning which Carrier may, but, shall not be obligated to,undertake.9. Methods and Routes of Carriage and Inspection of Containers(2)(3)(4)(1)Carrier shall have liberty to comply with any government agency, entity, or authority, or any person or body having,under the terms of any insurance on any conveyance employed by Carrier, the apparent right to give such orders.merchant acknowledges Carrier or Actual Carrier may be ordered by a government agency or authority, or other suchregulatory entities, including but not limited to Classification Societies, Protection and Indemnity Club representatives, orinsurers or their agents to comply with such orders as those persons or entities deem fit, and Merchant furtheracknowledges Carrier has the right, but not the obligation, to follow the recommendations of such government orregulatory entities, specifically including but not limited to Classification Society representatives, Protection andIndemnity Club representatives, insurers, or the agents or servants of such.The liberties set out in the preceding (1) and (2) may be invoked by Carrier for any purpose whatsoever, whether or notconnected with the transportation of the Goods. Anything done in accordance with the preceding (1) and (2) and/or anydelay arising therefrom shall be deemed to be within the contractual carriage and shall not be considered a deviation.Carrier shall not be liable for any loss of or damage to the Goods if Carrier has performed in accordance with precedingsubparts (1) and /or (2), and Carrier shall be entitled to recover all expenses incurred in connection therewith fromMerchant. Merchant shall procure all certificated from consular, customs , health and welfare authorities or similarcertificates to accompany the Goods in compliance with all laws and regulations of any port or place to which the Goodsin compliance with all laws and regulations of any port or place to which the Goods are to be transported under the Billof Lading.If the transportation is, or is reasonably likely to be, delayed or interrupted by any hindrance, risk, danger, delay,difficulty, disadvantage, perils or conditions which result in the carriage of Goods not being able to be safely or properlycarried without incurring additional expense, or which cannot be avoided by exercise of reasonable endeavors, theCarrier may, but is not obligated to, terminate the transportation of the Goods, without prior notice to or approval ofmerchant. Carrier also may, but is not obligated to, discharge, store, dispose, warehouse, or take any other measuresas Carrier deems necessary, including discharging the Goods at any place or port an Merchant’s disposal, risk, andexpense.10. Contingencies(2)(1)(2)(3)The contingencies referred to in the preceding subpart shall include, but not be limited to, danger or disturbance causedby the existence or apprehension of war, hostilities, warlike, or belligerent acts of operations, riots, civil commotion orother disturbances, or interdict or prohibition of (or restriction on) commerce or trading, quarantine, or other similarregulation or restrictions, strikes, lockout or other labor troubles whether or not involving employees of Carrier or anyActual Carrier, and shall also include congestion of port, sea terminal, or any other place, as well as shortage, absences,or obstacle of labor or facilities for loading, discharges, delivery, any other handling of the Goods, and shall also includediseases, bad weather, ice, or any other obstacles to the loading, stowing, transportation, entry into port, or dischargingof the Goods.11. Optional Stowage and Deck CargoMerchant acknowledges and agrees that the Goods may be packed by Carrier in any container and consolidated withgoods of other merchants for transportation.Merchant further acknowledges and agrees that Carrier may carry the Goods, whether packed in containers or not, ondeck without notice to Merchant, unless on the face hereof it is specifically stipulated that the Goods will be carried“under deck”. If the Goods are carried on deck, Carrier shall not be required on deck; Carrier shall not be required tonote on this Bill of lading any statement of such on deck carriage. Such Goods shall whether carried on deck or underdeck and whether or not stated to be carried on deck shall participate in general average and shall be deemed to bewithin the definition of the Goods for the purpose of U.S. COGSA and /or the Hague-Rules or Hague-Visby Rules asprovided in Clauses 2 and 3 hereof.In the case of termination of the transportation hereunder due to one or more contingencies set forth in the preceding(1) and (2), Carrier shall have earned and be entitled to collect all freight and other charges due in relation to theGoods. Merchant shall be liable for payment of all freight to the port of discharge or place of landing or for any otherexpenses incurred at such port or place as a result of any of the foregoing action taken by Carrier in relation to theGoods, which expenses shall likewise be considered freight and included in Carrier’s on the Goods.(3)(4)(1)(2)(1)If the weight of any single piece, component, or package of Goods which is to be loaded aboard the vessel exceedsone(1) metric ton or four thousand, four hundred eighty (4,480) pounds gross weight, including the packaging, pallet,crate, lifting eyes or other temporarily affixed appurtenances, such weight shall be declared by Merchant in writingprior to booking. The gross weight must be clearly and visibly affixed in letters at least five (5) centimeters or two (2)inches high and in ink sufficient to withstand wetness, rain, winds, sea spray, and all reasonably foreseeable conditionsof transport. Such piece or package shall be liable for extra charges, if any, in accordance with tariff rates in effect atthe time of shipment for loading, handling, transshipping or discharging.Whether or not Merchant was aware of the dangerous, hazardous, flammable, poisonous, noxious, radioactive or othersimilar nature of the goods, in any event, Merchant shall be responsible and fully indemnify Carrier against personalinjury or death and all claims, losses, damages, or expenses arising from such nature of the Goods carried hereunder.15. Valuable GoodsCarrier shall not be responsible to any extent for any loss or damage to platinum, gold, silver, jewelry, precious metals,radioisotopes, precious chemicals, bullion, specie, currency, negotiable instruments, securities, writing, documents,pictures, embroideries, works or art, curios, heirlooms, collections of every nature or any valuable Goods whatsoever,including goods having particular value only for Merchant, unless the true nature and value of the goods have beendeclared in writing by Merchant before receipt of the goods by Carrier, and the same is inserted on the face hereof andan ad valorem freight has been prepaid to and accepted by Carrier.17. Precise MachineryMerchant acknowledges that Carrier has not undertaken an inspection of moving parts or the operation of machinerytendered for transport. Any statement on the face hereof that such Goods have been received by Carrier in “apparentgood order and condition” shall not be construed as a representation or warranty of the working order of such Goods, andshall not constitute prima facie evidence of the goods order of such Goods with regard to damage not readilydeterminable by visible inspection or without opening packaging, including but not limited to; damage caused by shock,vibration, or other movement of these Goods in the course of handling, loading, or transport. Merchant furtheracknowledges Carrier has not undertaken to carry the Goods under special care or specific instructions for care ofhandling, unless Carrier has agreed in writing on the face hereof to provide such special care or follow such specificinstructions and additions freight has been prepaid to and accepted by the Carrier. Notwithstanding such special care orinstructions, and additional freight paid to Carrier therefor, Carrier shall nonetheless be entitled to all exemptions,defenses, immunities, exceptions, presumptions and inferences arising under this Bill of Lading or any applicable law.16. Automobiles, Machinery, Farm Equipment and other Unpacked Goods, and Metal ProductsThe term “apparent good order and condition” when used in this Bill of Lading with reference to unpackaged Goods,including but not limited to automobiles, machinery, farm equipment, and metal products (including but not limited to;steel coils, steel sheets, wire rod, or pipe) shall not mean the Goods are free of dents, scratches, discoloration,chipping, marring, rust or similar visible defects. Upon demand by Merchant prior to tendering the Goods for shipment,a substitute Bill of Lading will be issued by Carrier noting all dents, scratches, discoloration, chipping, marring, rust orother visible condition(s). If no such substitute Bill of Lading is requested in writing prior to tender of the Goods fortransport under this Bill of Lading, the “apparent good order and condition” notation shall not constitute prima facieevidence that the Goods were delivered to Carrier without such visible condition(s).Superficial rust, oxidation, moisture or any like condition of any iron, steel or metal products is not a condition ofdamage but is inherent to the nature of the Goods and acknowledgement of receipt of the Goods in apparent goodorder and condition does not mean that the Goods when received were free of visible rust, oxidation or moisture. TheCarrier shall in no event be liable for loss or damage arising out of or resulting from such inherent nature of the Goods.18. Temperature Controlled Goods(2)(3)If the goods have been packed into a refrigerated or reefer container by Merchant, Merchant acknowledges andagrees that it has inspected such container and has found it suitable and operational, including its refrigeration plantand thermostatic controls. Merchant agrees that it shall set the proper temperature range sufficiently prior to loadingthe container for safe receipt of the Goods, and further agrees that Carrier shall not be liable for any loss or damage tothe Goods arising from any failure to perform Merchant’s obligations hereinabove.If the goods have been packed into a refrigerated or reefer container by Carrier and the temperature range requestedby Merchant has been set forth on the face of this Bill of Lading, Carrier shall undertake to set the temperature rangeas requested, but shall not be responsible for any loss or damage to the Goods due to fluctuations in temperature, andCarrier does not guarantee the maintenance of such temperature range within the Container.Merchant acknowledges that the Goods do not require special care in the stowage, handling, or transport, such asventilation, humidity control, refrigerated carriage, or watering (in the case of live plants) unless Merchant hasdeclared the need for such special stowage or care in writing prior to tendering the Goods to Carrier and Carrier hasagreed in writing to undertake such special care, and a higher freight rate has been paid therefor. In the eventMerchant declares the need for special care, and Merchant’s instructions for special care are inserted on the facehereof, and higher freight is paid therefor, Carrier shall exercise due diligence to provide such special care, but in noevent shall Carrier be liable for any breakdown, stoppage, malfunction, or latent defect in any refrigeration ortemperature-controlling equipment.20. Limitations of Liability and Defenses19. Live Animals and PlantsLive animals and/or plants, when accepted for carriage, are accepted for carriage solely and absolutely at the risk ofMerchant and without any warranty or undertaking whatsoever by Carrier that the vessel and other means of transportare seaworthy, fitted, manned, equipped, and supplied for the reception, carriage, and preservation of such Goods.(1) Merchant agrees Carrier shall be relieved of liability for any loss or damage to the Goods, diminution in value, or delay in deliveryarising from; (a) Act, neglect, or default of the master, mariner, pilot, or the servants of Carrier or Actual Carrier in the navigation or the managem entof the ship; (b) Fire, unless caused by the actual fault or privity of Carrier or Actual Carrier; (c) Perils, dangers, and accidents of the sea or other navigable waters; (d) Act of God; (e) Act of war or warlike operations; ( f ) Act of public enemies; (g) Arrest of restraint of princes, rulers, or people, or seizure under legal process; (h) Quarantine restrictions; ( i ) Act or omission of Merchant or the owner of the Goods, its agents or representatives; ( j ) Compliance with the instruction of the person entitled to give them; (k) Defect of the container or similar article supplied by the Merchant or any other person acting on behalf of the Merchant; ( l ) Handling, loading, stowage or discharge to and from container or sim ilar article by the Merchant or any other person acting on behalfof the Merchant; (m) Strikes or lockouts or stoppage or restraint of labour from whatever cause, whether partial or general; (n) Riots or civil commotions; (o) Saving or attempting to save life or property at sea; (p) W astage in bulk or weight or any other loss or dam age arising from inherent nature, defect, quality, or vice of the Goods; (q) Insufficiency of packing or packaging, or in the preparation of the Goods for transport; ( r ) Insufficiency or inadequacy of m arks; ( s ) Latent defects; ( t ) Any other cause arising without the actual fault or privity of Carrier or Actual Carrier or without the fault or neglect of the agents orservants of Carrier of Actual Carrier;(3)Notwithstanding subpart (2) set forth hereinabove, any Goods which are stated herein to be carried on deck are carriedwithout responsibility of Carrier for any loss or damage arising during carriage by sea whether caused byunseaworthiness or negligence of any other cause whatsoever.Received by the Carrier from the shipper in apparent good order and condition except as otherwise noted on the face hereof, the Goods or the container(s) or packages(s) said to contain the cargo mentioned on the face hereof, to be carried subject to all the terms andconditions of this Bill of Lading by the vessel named on the face hereof or any substitute at the carrier's option and/or other means of transport, from the place of receipt or the port of lading to the port of discharge or the place of delivery stated on the face hereof andthere to be delivered to order or assigns. Particulars furnished by the Merchant. All descriptions contained herein considered unknown to the Carrier.21. Liability of Servants, Agents, and Sub-Contractors(1)The Merchant shall indemnify the Carrier against any claim which may be made upon the Carrier(s) orany servant, agents, subcontractors, in-and carriers, stevedores, or independent contractor(s) in relationto the claims made against them by the Merchant.(2)In entering into the contract, Carrier, to the extent of those provisions, does so not only on its behalf butalso on behalf of the Actual Carrier(s), as well as any and all servants, agents, subcontractor(s), in-landcarriers, stevedores, and independent contractor(s), performing any of Carrier’s or Actual Carrier’s dutiesor obligations hereunder. All such persons and entities shall be beneficiaries of the Bill of Lading andentitled to avail themselves of the rights, defenses, exceptions, presumptions, inferences, immunities,and limitations of liability to which Carrier is entitled under this Bill of Lading.(4)No servant, agent, subcontractor, carrier, sub-carrier, in-land carrier, stevedore, or any otherindependent contractor(s) performing any of Carrier’s duties or obligations hereunder, and specificallyincluding the carrying vessel identified on the face hereof, its owner(s), operator(s), and any other oceanvessel performing any part of the contract evidenced by this Bill of Lading, shall have the power to waiveor vary any of the terms of this Bill of Lading unless such waiver is authorized or ratified, in writing, byCarrier prior to the time the Goods are tendered for transportation under this Bill of Lading.(3)Merchant acknowledges that the aggregate of any amount is shall be entitled to recover from Carrier orActual Carrier(s) shall in no case exceed the limitation of liability provided for hereinabove.(1)Merchant acknowledges that Carrier shall not be responsible for any claim comprised of loss of profits,exemplary, special, consequential, indirect damages, or loss of market value due to delay in arrival ordelivery of the Goods.(2)Merchant acknowledges and agrees that if a declaration of value for the Goods has been declared andinserted on the face hereof, such value shall not exceed the invoice value of the Goods, plus the freightcosts and insurance premiums paid, if any, Merchant further acknowledges and agrees that, in no event,shall Carrier be responsible for any claim for damage to or loss of the Goods which exceeds the invoicevalue of the Goods.(3)The Carrier shall in no events be liable for any loss of or damage to the Goods in an amount exceedingthe equivalent of 666.67 Units of Account per package or per unit or 2 Units of Account per kilogram ofgross weight of the Goods lost or damaged whichever is the higher, provided, however, that if the Goodsare shipped to or from any port or place in the U.S.A., the amount shall be subject to 3. The amount shallbe converted into national currency on the date to be determined by the law of country in which the caseis instituted.(4)Where Merchant has declared an ad valorem value and such declared value is inserted on the face of thisBill of Lading in the space provided therefor, and an valorem freight has been prepaid to an accepted byCarrier, prior to Carrier’s acceptance of the Goods, for the transportation covered by this Bill of Lading,such declared value shall be the limit of Carrier’s liability, if any, for damage to or loss of the Goods. In theevent of a partial loss or partial damage, such a liability shall be adjusted pro rata on the basis of thedeclared value.(5)(6)Any claim in relation to any loss, damage or delay in delivery of the Goods which are shipped from anyarea other than Japan shall be handled by the Agent of the Place of Receipt on the face of this Bill ofLading.22. Settlement of ClaimsWhen the Goods have been packed by or on behalf of the Merchant, and when the number of package orunits packed into the container is not enumerated on the face hereof, each container shall be consideredas one package for the purpose of application of the Carrier’s limitation of liability.(1)The Merchant warrants that in agreeing to the terms and conditions hereof, he is, or had the authority of,the person owing or entitled to the possession of the Goods and this Bill of Lading.23. Merchant’s Responsibility(2)The Merchant shall comply with any and all laws and conventions related to the shipment, including butnot limited to the requirement to provide Verified Gross Mass(VGM) under the International Convention forthe Safety of Life at Sea(SOLAS), and all regulations or requirements of customs, port and otherauthorities, and shall bear and pay all duties, taxes, fines, imposts, expenses or losses (including, but, notlimited to, freight for additional carriage undertaken) incurred or suffered by reason of failure to comply orby reason of any illegal, incorrect or insufficient marking, numbering or addressing of the Goods, and shallindemnify the Carrier in respect thereof.(1)The freight set forth on the face of this Bill of Lading shall be considered completely earned uponMerchant’s tender of the Goods for transport pursuant to this Bill of Lading, and whether freight is statedto have been prepaid or to be collected at the destination, all charges due under this Bill of Lading shallbecome payable to Carrier immediately as such charges become due.(2)The Carrier shall be entitled to all freight and other charges due whether actually paid or not, under anycircumstance whatsoever, whether the vessel or other means of transport or the Goods be lost or not, orthe voyage or the carriage be broken up or frustrated or abandoned. The payment of freight and anyfurther charges due under this Bill of Lading shall be made by Merchant in cash, without deduction,counter Claim, or offset whatsoever.(3)Merchant shall be responsible for any expenses incurred by Carrier for recoopering, restowing, repacking,repairing, inspecting, recollecting, fumigating, clean-up, freight for reshipment or other such services inrespect of the Goods.(4)Merchant shall be responsible for any duties, taxes, fines, dues or other charges whatsoever that may belevied by any government, customs official, port, or other such authority.(5)Merchant shall be responsible for all fines and losses which Carrier may incur from the Merchant’s failureto load the Goods or in part on the vessel or other means of transport from any cause whatsoever.The freight set forth on the face hereof has been calculated on the basis of particulars furnished byMerchant. If these particulars are inaccurate or incorrect, a sum equal to double the correct freight, lessthe freight charged and paid, shall be payable as liquidated damages to Carrier for freight due hereunder,and Merchant also shall be responsible for any fines, penalties, expense(s) or loss(es) incurred by Carrierdue to the miss-declaration of such particulars.24. Freight and ChargesMerchant, including the shipper, the consignee, the owner of the Goods, and the holder of this Bill oflading, shall be jointly and severally liable to Carrier for payment of all freight and charges due hereunderand of for the performance of the obligations of each other.Carrier shall have a lien on the Goods, which shall survive delivery, for freight and any charges, expenses,costs, general average contributions, demurrage, detention and salvage cost and/or other sums owingunder this Bill of lading and /or by any other contract. Carrier may, without notice and at the Merchant’sexpense and without any liability towards the Merchant, enforce this lien by public or private sale or theGoods. Carrier shall further have a lien on any other property belonging to Merchant which may be inCarrier’s or Actual Carrier’s possession for any sums due under this Bill of Lading. If the proceeds of a saleof the Goods carried hereunder or of any other property belonging to Merchant fails to cover the fullamount due, Carrier shall be entitled to recover the amount outstanding which remains due and owingfrom Merchant and shall be entitled to enforce this lien against any other property belonging to merchantin Carrier’s or Actual Carrier’s possession.25. Carrier’s LienDelivery shall be effected when Merchant is provided notification that the Goods have arrived at the Placeof Delivery, identified on the face of this Bill of Lading, or such other place or port as Carrier may select inaccordance with Clause 10. Merchant acknowledges that the “free” time provided for Goods dischargedfrom a vessel to the dock, quay, pier, or other port area may be extremely short, and varies from port toport. Merchant undertakes to exercise due diligence to receive the Goods as soon as notification of arrivalis provided. Merchant further agrees to pay any demurrage, storage charges, warehousing fees, or othersuch expenses incurred by the Goods after Carrier’s notification that the Goods have arrived at the Placeof Delivery identified on the face of this Bill of Lading.27. Incorporation of Ocean Carrier’s Bill of Lading or Sea WaybillMerchant acknowledges that Carrier does not own or operate ocean vessels and that, to the extent thetransportation set forth on the face of this Bill of Lading entails transportation by water, a Bill of Lading orSea Waybill is or may be issued by Actual Carrier(s) covering the transportation by water. Merchant agreesthe terms of such Actual Carrier’s Bill of Lading or Sea Waybill, excluding more disadvantageous terms forCarrier than specific terms set forth herein, are incorporated by reference, such incorporation to specificallyinclude any Both to Blame Collision Clause, and any Jason Clause or New Jason Clause, appearing on thereverse of the Ocean Carrier’s Bill of Lading or Sea Waybill, and any notation as to “on deck” stowage whichappears on the face of Actual Carrier(s) Bill of Lading or Sea Waybill are incorporated by reference and shallhave the same face and effect as if fully set forth on the face of this Bill of Lading.26. General Average and SalvageGeneral Average shall be adjusted, stated and settled at port of place where the carrying vessel and/orher owner shall decide according to the York Antwerp Rules 1974, or any amendment or modificationthereof in effect and any other rules laws, customs or usages of any port, or place of the adjustment.Carrier may demand a cash deposit or other security sufficient to cover the estimated contribution of theGoods and any salvage and special charges thereon, which shall be made by Merchant to Carrier, or suchthird party as Carrier designates, prior to the delivery of the Goods.All expenses in connection with or related to any act by Carrier, Actual Carrier, or any other partyperforming any portion of Carrier’s obligations herein, in order to avoid or minimize damage to theenvironment, shall be considered a general average expense, unless such action constitutes a remediationor clean-up-cost under Clause 14 hereinabove in which case Merchant and the Goods shall be solelyresponsible for such expense.(3)If salvage services are rendered to the vessel or the Goods, Merchant shall provide salvage security in theamount and in the form requested by the salvor, or shall provide counter-security to Carrier if Carrier hasprovided such security to the salvor on behalf of or to the benefit of Merchant. In the event of any failureto provide security promptly, Merchant shall indemnify Carrier for all loss and expenses, includingconsequential losses due to delay, suffered by Carrier.If the Carrier delivers the Goods without obtaining security for general average contributions, theMerchant, by taking delivery of the Goods, undertakes responsibility to pay such contribution and toprovide such deposit for the estimated amount of such contributions as the Carrier shall require.(4)The defenses, exceptions, presumptions, inferences, and limitations of liability provided for in this Bill oflading shall apply in any action against Carrier and/or Actual Carrier for loss or damage to the Goods, ordelay in delivery, whether the action be founded in contract, in tort, or on any other basis whatsoever.(5)Unless written notice of loss or damage to the Goods, and the general nature of such loss or damage, isgiven to Carrier at the place and time of delivery, before removal of the Goods into the custody of theperson entitled to take delivery under this Bill of Lading, such removal shall be prima facie evidence of thedelivery by Carrier of the Goods in the same like order, condition, count, weight, volume, number, anddescription as received by Carrier. If the loss or damage is not apparent, the written notice must be givenwithin three (3) days of the time of delivery.(2)(3)In any event, where the Goods are shipped to or from any port or place in the U.S.A., Carrier shall beentitled to limit its liability to U.S. $500 per package, or per customary freight unit where the Goods arenot shipped in package or the Goods are shipped in the container packed and sealed by Merchant, inwhich case the container shall be deemed the “package” for purposes of this Bill of Lading. However, iffreight is assessed on a “per container” basis, the Goods shall be considered as not having been shippedin a package and the container shall be deemed the “customary freight unit” and Carrier’s liability shall belimited to U.S. $500 per container. Where the Goods are shipped to or from a country that is a signatoryto the Hague Rules or Hague-Visby Rules, Carrier’s liability shall be limited to G.B.P 100 per package orunit, or such other limitation amount as may apply by Protocol and if the Goods are shipped in acontainer locked and sealed by Merchant, the applicable limitation amount shall apply on a “per container”basis.In accepting this Bill of Lading, Merchant acknowledges that it has been offered the opportunity todeclare the actual value of the Goods in the space on the face of this Bill of Lading so designated. If novalue appears in the space on this Bill of Lading designated for the “declaration of Value”, or if the entry“NVD” or any other notation indicating no value has been declared appears in that space, then Merchantacknowledges that it has chosen not to declare a value for the Goods, If Merchant chooses to declare avalue for the Goods, then an ad-valorem freight rate shall be assessed, and Merchant shall pay anyadditional freight based thereon prior to the commencement of the transportation covered by this Bill ofLading. If Merchant fails to declare such value, then Merchant agrees that Carrier’s liability is limited toU.S. $500 per customary freight unit or container, or to U.S. $500 per package where goods are notshipped in a container are subject to U.S. COGSA, or to G.B.P. 100 per package or unit where the Goodsare shipped subject to the Hague Rules or Hague-Visby Rules, as set forth in subpart (2) hereinabove.Whenever the Goods are shipped to and from countries which are not signatories to the Hague Rules orHague-Visby Rules, then the Carrier’s liability shall be limited to U.S. $500 per container if the Goods areshipped in containers, or to U.S. $500 per package or customary freight unit, whichever results in alesser limit of liability, if the Goods are not shipped in a container.(6)The Carrier shall be discharged from all liability in respect of loss or damage unless suit is brought withinnine (9) months after delivery of the Goods or the date when the Goods should have been delivered. Inthe event such time period shall be found to be contrary to any international convention or mandatorynational law, the period covered by such convention or mandatory national law shall then apply but inthat circumstance only.(7)If the stage of the Carriage during which the loss or damage occurred is known, the liability of the Carriershall be determined by the provisions contained in any international convention or mandatory national lawwhich provisions; (a) cannot be departed from by private contract to the detriment of the Merchant, (b)or would have applied if the Merchant had made a separate and direct contract with the Actual Carrier inrespect of particular stage of the carriage during which the loss or damage occurred and received asevidence thereof any particular documents which must be issued in order to make such internationalconvention or national law applicable.(8)If it can be proved that the loss of damage occurred during inland carriage while the Goods were incustody of the Actual Carrier, the liability of the Carrier and the limitation thereof shall be determined inaccordance with the Actual Carrier’s contract of carriage or tariff, provided that the liability of the Carriershall in no event exceed the limits provided herein. If such contract or tariff does not exist, the limit shallbe set out herein.(9)(10)Notwithstanding the above stipulation, if it can be proved that the loss or damage occurred during theinland carriage while the Goods were collected or delivered in Japan, the liability of the Carrier shall bedetermined in accordance with Japanese standard terms and conditions of consigned motor trucktransportation (Public Notice of the Ministry of Transport No. 579 of 1990), unless otherwise agreed bythe parties.If it cannot be proved in which custody the Goods were lost or damaged, it shall be deemed to haveoccurred during the sea transport and the Carrier shall be liable to the extent prescribed hereby. D/B/A APL LOGISTICSSHIPPERB/L NO.PIONEER MANUFACTURING (THAILAND) CO.,LTD.1/31 MOO 5 TAMBOL KANHAM, AMPHUR U-THAIPRANAKORNSRIAYUTTHAYA 13210TEL (035) 226-160 FAX (035) 227230-1KINTETSU WORLD EXPRESS, INC.PIONEER003CONSOLIDATION NO.DECLARED CARGO VALUE6051CSL163834MARKS AND NUMBERSNOS. OF PKGS. OR CONTAINERSKIND OF PACKAGES; DESCRIPTION OF GOODSGROSS WEIGHT(KGS)MEASUREMENT(CBM)(If Merchant enters actual value of Goods and pays the applicable ad valorem tariff rate, Carrier's package limitation shall not apply.)PARTICULARS FURNISHED BY MERCHANT - CARRIER HAS NOT VERIFIEDEXPORT REFERENCEBooking Confirmation Number:585810147SAN GIORGIOVOY. NO.937NHAIPHONG, VIETNAMHAIPHONG, VIETNAMNAME OF VESSELPORT OF DISCHARGE PLACE OF DELIVERYPORT OF LOADINGFINAL DESTINATION (MERCHANT'S REFERENCE ONLY)HAIPHONG, VIETNAMLAEM CHABANG, THAILAND605140821181MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT BILL OF LADINGSAME AS CONSIGNEEALL TERMS, CONDITIONS AND EXCEPTIONSAS PER ORIGINAL BILL OF LADINGC O P YN O N - N E G O T I A B L EAn enlarged copy of back clauses is available from the Carrier upon request.CY to CYTYPE OF MOVEPLACE OF RECEIPTKINTETSU WORLD EXPRESS (VIETNAM).,INC.4th Floor, NTS Building,Noi Bai International Airport,Phu Minh Commune, Soc Son District,Hanoi City, VN 100000 ATTN : MR.MASARU KOBAYASHI T: +84-24-3525-0448 F: +84-24-3525-0450PARTY TO CONTACT FOR CARGO RELEASEAAAAAAAAA CORPORATIONAAAAAAA, QUANG MINH INDUSTRIAL ZONE, ME LINH DISTRICT, HANOI, VIETNAMTEL. +AAAAAAAAFAX. +AAAAAAAAA*CONSIGNEEKATOLEC VNNOTIFY PARTYLAT KRABANG, THAILANDPRE-CARRIAGE BY2966.000MSKU6584165/ML-TH5521824(3WCS/2966.00KG/21.979CBM)AAAAAA VIETNAM HAIPHONGC/NO. 1-3"SHIPPER'S LOAD & COUNT & SEAL"3 WOODEN CASESPANASERT INSERT MACHINE, WITH ACCESSORIESPANASONIC BRANDCONVEYOREUNIL BRANDINVOICE NO. 19/39197*ATTN: MR. KOJI AKIYAMAFREIGHT COLLECT"ORIGINAL B/L SURRENDERED AT ORIGIN"1 X 40Ft21.979TOTAL605140821181TOTAL NOS. OF PACKAGES OR CONTAINERS(IN WORDS)PERRATEFREIGHT AND CHARGESONE (1) CONTAINER ONLYNON NEGOTIABLEPREPAID COLLECTNOS. OF ORIGINAL B/L (S)THREE (3)PLACE AND DATE OF ISSUEBANGKOK, THAILAND14-09-19PREPAID ATPAYABLE AT30.830000LADEN ON BOARD THE VESSEL DATESEP/14/2019 AT LAEM CHABANG, THAILANDSAN GIORGIO/937NB/L NO.ACCOUNTING INFORMATIONBYAS AGENT FOR THE CARRIERD/B/A APL LOGISTICSEXCHANGE RATEKINTETSU WORLD EXPRESS, INC.AS CARRIERUSD 5446.39DESTINATIONBYKWE-KINTETSU WORLD EXPRESS (THAILAND) CO.,LTD.USD***400.00SEA FREIGHTUSD**5046.39PORT & OTHER CHGS