Shrinkage Sample Clauses

Shrinkage. Notwithstanding any other clause in this Agreement, CBH will apply a Shrinkage factor to all Grain delivered by the Customer to the Port Terminal Facility to determine the quantity of Grain that CBH is obliged to Outturn on behalf of the Customer. The Shrinkage factors for Grain by type are listed below:- CBH Shrinkage Rates Wheat 0.50% Barley 0.50% Oats 1.00% Triticale 0.50% Canola 0.50% Lupins 0.50% Albus 0.50% Millet 0.50% Lentils 0.75% Field Peas 1.00% Chick Peas 0.75% Faba Beans 0.75%
Shrinkage. The Xxxxxx will deduct a shrinkage allowance as specified in Schedule 1 from the first delivery of each load of Commodity received in the Client’s name, excluding internal title transfers. Receival fees will be levied against the delivered tonnage. All other charges will be levied against the shrunk tonnage.
Shrinkage. The Outturn Entitlement is subject to a weight deduction for Shrinkage. The Shrinkage allowance is set out in Schedule 1. The fees charged for Receival is calculated on delivered weight, and Storage Charges are calculated on shrunk weight. It is in the interest of the Warehouser to ensure that, if possible, Title Transfers are negotiated and paid on the basis of delivered weight not shrunk weight.
Shrinkage. Seller will retain 3% of all volumes delivered to Seller on Buyer's behalf for shrinkage and line losses. The volumes retained by Seller will not create or contribute to an imbalance. Seller reserves the right to adjust the shrinkage factor, up or down, to account for actual line losses. Seller agrees to give Buyer thirty (30) days written notice of any adjustment.
Shrinkage. A. Buyer/Processor agrees to use ordinary care in transporting Seller's Gas from the Point(s) of Delivery to the Gas Plant, and after processing Seller's Gas, delivering the resultant Residue Gas to its purchaser at the tailgate of the Gas Plant. However, the Parties understand and agree that certain losses in the Gas will occur and shall be shared by and among Seller and other third parties whose gas is transported to the Gas Plant, in the proportion that each party delivers gas into Buyer/Processor's Gathering System at their respective Point(s) of Delivery.
Shrinkage. Notwithstanding any other clause in this Agreement, CBH will apply a Shrinkage factor to all Bulk Wheat delivered by the Customer to the Port Terminal Facility to determine the quantity of Bulk Wheat that CBH is obliged to Outturn on behalf of the Customer. The Shrinkage factor for Bulk Wheat is 0.50%.
Shrinkage. Given the nature of terminal operations and the varying temperatures, Vessel configurations and other factors affecting the volume and other attributes of Biomass as it is offloaded from trucks, handled through the Terminal, and subsequently loaded onto Vessels, Customer agrees that the Biomass will be subject to shrinkage. Following Customer’s request for such calculation to the extent commercially reasonable and in any event at least once per Contract Year, Owner shall calculate the total rate of shrinkage of all Biomass in storage since the last such measurement was taken for purposes of this Agreement. Such calculation shall be made by dividing the tonnage loaded onto Vessels since the last such measurement was taken for purposes of this Agreement by the weight of all deliveries of Biomass by truck to the Delivery Point during the same period as measured upon arrival of such trucks. Customer shall bear its pro rata portion of any shrinkage based upon the weight of its Shipments during each such calculation period; provided, that Owner shall bear the risk of any shrinkage in excess of one percent (1.0%) of the weight of all deliveries of Biomass to the Delivery Point.
Shrinkage. WAREHOUSEMAN's responsibility for IMC KALIUM's Product shall ---------- be limited exclusively to the supplying of storage space and careful handling of the Product as specified in Schedule A attached hereto; and to shipping out, pursuant to Sections 3 and 8 hereof, not less than 99% of the quantity of each Product received by WAREHOUSEMAN. It is understood that the above 1% shrinkage allowance shall be based upon actual shrinkage and WAREHOUSEMAN shall not be entitled to retain IMC KALIUM's Product up to the allowable shrinkage. Shrinkage shall be determined by comparison of origin inbound certified weight receipts and outbound certified weight receipts, when physical inventory is at a zero level. WAREHOUSEMAN shall be responsible for any Product loss or damage in excess of the allowable shrinkage. Payment for shrinkage in excess of that provided above shall be at IMC KALIUM's current price at mine or production point, plus transportation from such mine or production point to WAREHOUSEMAN's Facility, plus WAREHOUSEMAN's inbound handling charge. Settlement for shrinkage shall be made each time inventory reaches a zero level, which such action shall be taken not less than once every contract year, and there shall be no carry-over from settlement period to settlement period of unused shrinkage allowance. IMC KALIUM shall not be obligated to pay WAREHOUSEMAN for any accumulated, unused credit which remains after settlement hereunder on termination.