Freight policy

Rockwell Collins Global Logistics Solutions Rental-Exchange Services

EXCHANGE SHIPPING PROCEDURES

FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS PER ENCLOSED DOCUMENTS. PLEASE DO NOT INSURE shipments when Rockwell Collins is responsible for freight on all US orders. Rockwell Collins shipping containers are designed to meet or exceed ATA-300 specification Category III for most units. AFD-3010, AFD 5220, AHC-85( ), DGS-65, 332D-11( ), EFD-407X, LTN-101-( ) and RTA-8XX require special shipping containers.

Unit Return Data Sheet is provided in this publication for quality reporting and aid in component repair. Please provide the information requested with each exchange core and unserviceable unit forwarded to a Service Center.

Exchanges Within US - Rockwell Collins pays shipping fees both ways via normal air freight for US orders. Units will be shipped prepaid and returned collect by designated carrier as referenced in the shipping paperwork. If the Customer ships the unit prepaid, the Customer will not be reimbursed by Rockwell Collins.

International Exchanges - All international shipping fees will be the responsibility of the Customer. These fees include, but are not limited to, any brokerage fees incurred, freight, customs charges, import duties, or any other international charges whether the unit is in or out of warranty will be billed to the customer from Rockwell Collins. The Customer is responsible for any delays encountered by the Customer’s selection of carrier and/or customs issues. Rockwell Collins will use their preferred carrier for shipments unless otherwise specified by the Customer.

EXPEDITED EXCHANGE AND RENTAL SERVICE Any expedited service such as airline “counter-to-counter” shall incur a fee of $250 per shipment which includes the airline freight charge. FEDEX P1 Early AM delivery or similar service shall incur a fee of $150 per shipment. International expediting fees will vary by location and will be quoted separately when the Customer requests expedited service.

FAA 8130–3 REPRINT REQUESTS Rockwell Collins reserves the right to charge $50 for each FAA 8130-3 reprint request. The customer will be required to provide a purchase order at the time of the request.

EXPORT COMPLIANCE Rockwell Collins products that are designed for a military application are controlled by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and will require an export license issued by the Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls for all export transactions. Approval of such licenses may take 2 weeks to 120 days depending on the transaction. Delivery of those products are subject to receipt of an approved export license.

Rockwell Collins products that are designed for a commercial or dual-use application are controlled by the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and typically do not require an export license from the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security. There are a few products, however, that Rockwell Collins may have inventory that are controlled for Missile Technology purposes, such as but not limited to the LTN-101 Inertial Reference Unit, SFIS-20 Standby Instrument, and the LaserfV Inertial Unit that will require a validated export license. Delivery of those products are subject to receipt of an approved export license.

Rockwell Collins is the US Principal Party in Interest related to our export transactions and as such requires that specific End Use and End User be identified on all Purchase Orders. In addition, Rockwell Collins is responsible for all export licensing with the Departments of State and Commerce and for all export documentation presented to US Customs.

1 January 2011
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RENTAL SHIPPING PROCEDURES

FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS PER ENCLOSED DOCUMENTS. PLEASE DO NOT INSURE shipments when Rockwell Collins is responsible for freight. Rockwell Collins shipping containers are designed to meet or exceed ATA-300 specification Category III for most units. AFD-3010, AFD-5220, AHC-85( ), DGS-65, 332D-11( ), EFD-407X, LTN-101-( ) and RTA-8XX require special shipping containers.

If a rental unit has failed, a Unit Return Data Sheet is provided in this publication for quality reporting and aid in component repair. Please provide the information requested with each unserviceable rental return unit forwarded to a Service Center.

Rentals Within US - Rockwell Collins pays shipping fees both ways via normal air freight. Units will be shipped prepaid and returned collect by designated carrier as referenced in the shipping paperwork. If the Customer ships the unit prepaid, the Customer will not be reimbursed by Rockwell Collins.

International Rentals - All international shipping fees will be the responsibility of the Customer. These fees include, but are not limited to, any brokerage fees incurred, freight, customs charges, import duties, or any other international charges whether the unit is in or out of warranty will be billed to the customer from Rockwell Collins. The Customer is responsible for any delays encountered by the Customer’s selection of carrier and/or customs issues. Rockwell Collins will use their preferred carrier unless otherwise specified by the Customer.

1 January 2011
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc.
All rights reserved

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