CONSOLIDATED TARIFF OF STORAGE CHARGES EFFECTIVE FROM 1.9.2002
 
REBATE IN STORAGE CHARGES ON STOCKS STORED IN WAREHOUSES
 
Particulars Extant of rebate on existing storage charges
1. REBATE ON RABI PRODUCE :  
a) Rebate to bonafide farmers 30%
b) For other depositors:  
i) Warehouses upto 50% occupancy 50%
ii) Warehouses between 51% and 75% occupancy 10%
iii) Warehouses with occupancy above 75% No Rebate
2. REBATE ON KHARIF PRODUCE (EXCEPT RICE) :  
a) Rebate to bonafide farmers 50%
b) For other depositors:  
i) Warehouses upto 25% occupancy 40%
ii) Warehouses between 26% and 50% occupancy 30%
iii) Warehouses between 51% and 75% occupancy 20%
c) Warehouses with occupancy above 75% No Rebate
NOTE:
1. Additional rebate of 5% will be admissible, if a single party deposits more than one lakh bags at a Warehouse.
2. A rebate of 10% would be admissible if a single party gets 10,000 MT's space reserved for two years at a warehouse with occupancy level above 76%.
3. The occupancy level of a warehouse shall be reckoned with effect from the commencement of the Rabi and Kharif procurement season.
4. No rebate is allowed in case of storage of stocks on Area basis.
     
FOODGRAINS PULSES SPICES
FOOD PRODUCTS SEEDS FIBRES
FOOD STUFF OIL SEEDS ONION / ONION SEED / DHANCHA
FEED AND FOODER OILS NOTIFIED COMMODITIES
MISCELLANEOUS
     
READY RECKONER FOR WEEKLY STORAGE CHARGES
AREA RATES
REBATE ON STORAGE CHARGES EFFECTIVE FROM 01-09-2002
INSURANCE/INDEMNIFICATION CHARGES
STORAGE CHARGES FOR FCI STOCKS
STORAGE CHARGES FOR FSD, HAFED, HAIC, CONFED AND HWC
STORAGE CHARGES FOR CCI COTTON BALES
METHOD OF CALCULATION OF STORAGE CHARGES
     
AREA RATES (COVERED):
In addition to normal practice of recovering storage charges on package basis, storage space is also provided on 'Area Basis'. The area rates are as under:-
  i) Gross area : Rs. 57/- per sq. meter plus ad valorem charges.
  ii) Net area : Rs. 79/- per sq. meter plus ad valorem charges.
       
NOTE:    
  1. A "Standard Bag" is defined as a bag of foodgrains weighing one quintal and measuring 3' X 2' X 1'.
  2. Bag equivalent means the ratio of the number of standard bags which can be accommodated in 9.29 sq. meter (100 sft.) area to the number of bags/packages of a particular commodity which can be accommodated in the same area.
  3. Where the rates are exclusive of insurance/indemnification charges, an ad valorem surcharge will be realised at the following rates) :-
    a) For non-hazardous goods @ 3 paise per 100 rupees value each calendar month or part thereof.
    b) For hazardous-I goods @ 5 paise per 100 rupees value each calendar month or part thereof.
    c) For hazardous-II and III goods @ 6 paise per 100 rupees value each calendar month or part thereof.
  4. The weight of unit/package indicated under column No. 3 is the maximum net weight of the unit/package.
  5. Where different weights of packages of the commodity are indicated (e.g.rice) 'units' of weight ranging between the two shall be charged the rate applicable to the unit of higher weight.
  6. Where the rate indicated for 10 kg. i.e. Chillies/Tamarind (seed less) etc. a package weighing 10 kg. or part thereof shall be charged on the basis of rate for 10 kg.
  7. Rates are more if permissible stack height fixed by the Corporation in consideration of load factor and requirement of proper storage / preservation and stacking is restricted.
  8. Commodities deposited in bulk, agricultural implements, iron and steel materials i.e. pipes , sheets, etc., paper and other such goods which do not have a uniform package or received without packing shall be accepted for storage on area basis/rates subject to load bearing capacity of the floor i.e. 3.55 MT per sq. meter.
  9. Ready reckoner for weekly tariff is attached.
10. Where special arrangements are entered into with a bulk depositor, rates agreed to, will be applicable.
  11. In case package of different dimensions and weight occupying more storage space/ having higher bag equivalent are in storage or received for storage , the rates indicated in this tariff would not be applicable.
       
1. REBATE ONO STORAGE CHARGES EFFECTIVE FROM 01-09-2002 :
  a) 10% statutory rebate to the Co-operative institutions will continue to be allowed except for wheat purchased by them for Central Pool and stored in Warehouses for which they are being charged concessional rates of storage charges.
  b) 50% rebate will also be allowed to the bonafide agriculturists on the total bill of storage charges after fulfilling required formalities.
  c) 50% rebate is allowed on storage charges of stocks deposited by Charitable Institutions.
  d) 5% rebate shall be allowed to HSDC and NSC if the space is got reserved on area basis for storage of their stocks and/or installation of their plants.
  e) Special rebate, if any, allowed to particular commodity/depositor on business consideration, the same will continue on revised rates till the expiry of period, if any, so specified. A rebate on paddy, sugar, etc. will be considered afresh on receipt of specific requests/proposals from the Distt.Managers/Managers.
  f) With a view of motivate the depositors for a committed utilization of storage space for a minimum period of six months, a rebate (calculated Haryana State as a whole), is also allowed on the reservation done on or after 15.9.2002 as per details given below :-
Sr. No. Quantity reserved for minimum of six months (in MTs) % of rebate admissible Amount of rebate due for a period of six months (in Rs.)
1. Below 10,000 MTs -nil- -nil-
2. 10,000 MTs (calculated on 10,000 MTs) 5% 60,000/-
3. 10,001 to 25,000 MTs (calculated for 15,000 MTs) 7.5% 1,05,000/-
(60,000 + 45,000)
4. Above 25,000 MTs (Calculated on 26,000 MTs) 10% 2,07,000/-
(60,000 + 1,35,000 + 12,000)
NOTE:    
i) Above rebate has been calculated by taking applicable storage charges rates say Rs.20/- per MT per month with six months reservation.
ii) No rebate on insurance/advalorem charges.
iii) Above is merely an illustration.
iv)  This rebate will not be applicable to such depositors who otherwise are eligible to rebate or concessional rates viz, Co-operatives, FCI, CCI, FSD, HWC, Hafed, Confed , HAIC , etc.
v) This rebate will not be allowed to be deducted on monthly basis. Instead at the end of six months period, the amount due towards rebate shall be calculated, based on the storage income so generated on centre to centre basis and shall be adjusted out of future payments on lumpsum basis. Before allowing its adjustments, latest by the end of next quarter, immediately after the eligible six months, a statement of eligible rebate shall be got prepared and verified by the Distt.Managers concerned and forwarded to H.O. for adjustment/releasing payments.
vi) The above rebate is eligible on storage charges only and not on any other charges i.e. insurance/initial fumigation/supervision charges, etc.
vii) Before allowing credit for rebate, it shall be ensured that all the dues of the Corporation have been fully paid for the period to which credit/adjustment of rebate is being allowed.
viii) A statement showing name of the depositors, storage space utilized in MTs.and storage charges collected and rebate allowed shall be submitted to Head Office, Panchkula on yearly basis.

2. INSURANCE/INDEMNIFICATION CHARGES :
The Corporation indemnifies the depositors against losses/damages, to their stocks stored in Warehouses, on account of Fire/Food (excluding riots, strikes and malacious damages), theft and burglary. The element of indemnification cost/insurance premium is included in the revised tariff in respect of commodities at Sr. No. 1 to 3.

As regards other commodities and in case depositors use storage space on area basis, the insurance charges would be realised extra on ad valorem value basis. The ad valorem charges will be raised at the following rates:-
i) For Non-hazardous goods: 3 paise per 100 rupee value for each calendar month or part thereof.
ii) For hazardous goods (Category-I): 5 paise per 100 rupee value for each calendar month or part thereof.
iii) For Non-hazardous goods (Category-II and III): 6 paise per 100 rupee value for each calendar month or part thereof.
3. STORAGE CHARGES FOR FCI STOCKS :
  The storage charges of FCI stocks of foodgrains i.e. wheat, rice and paddy are mutually decided between CWC and FCI separately and as such the tariff rates would not be applicable on FCI STOCKS . However, for the commodities, the rates of which have not been settled mutually by CWC and FCI, the general tariff would be applicable.
4. STORAGE CHARGES FOR FSD, HAFED, HAIC, CONFED AND HWC :
  As per decision of Finance Deptt., Govt.of Haryana , wheat   procured by FSD for Central Pool and stored in HWC godowns will also be charged at par with FCI, as revised from time to time. The same rates would also be applicable on  wheat stocks procured in Central Pool by the State Procuring Agencies viz. HAFED, CONFED, HAIC AND HWC and stored in Warehouses.
 
As regards other commodities except wheat procured for Central Pool, if stored by State Procuring Agencies in HWC godowns, the rate as per General Tariff would be applicable.
5. STORAGE CHARGES FOR CCI COTTON BALES :
  The rates of storage charges in respect of cotton bales of CCI are decided by CCI and CWC and the same are applicable to CCI cotton bales if stored in HWC godowns.
6. METHOD OF CALCULATION OF STORAGE CHARGES :
  The storage charges will be charged on monthly and weekly basis except for the agencies which have been allowed credit facilities and are paying storage charges through monthly bills. The billing is done on unit/package basis instead of weight basis.