Neutralogistics Warehouse Terms and Conditions

The within non-negotiable warehouse Receipt is given by Neutralogistics, LLC.
(hereinafter called the Warehouse) and accepted by the depositor of the property
named on the face hereof(the Depositor) subject to the following Terms and Conditions.
The property covered may be delivered to the Depositor without surrender of this receipt.

1. Definitions
The word Carrier as herein and hereinafter used means the railroad, barge line,
airline, vessel, motor-truck or delivery van agent delivering property to or receiving
property from the Warehouse. The word Package as herein and hereinafter used means
the unit or units of property for which a separate account is to be kept by the Warehouse.

2. Warehouses Lien
Warehouse claims a lien on the goods covered by this receipt, and a lien on all goods
heretofore, concurrently, or hereafter received by warehouse for the account of the
depositor or of any other person and organization having an interest in the goods covered
by this receipt, for all charges for storage or transportation (including demurrage and
terminal charges), insurance, labor or other charges present or future in relation to
the property covered by this receipt, and for expenses necessary for the preservation of
such property or reasonably incurred in their sale. Warehouse also reserves a security
interest in all goods above noted (I) for all charges enumerated in the preceding paragraph
which have been incurred since the original date of arrival of said goods as indicated
hereon, to the extent that said charges are not secured by a valid lien, and (II) for
advances made, interest thereon and liabilities incurred as indicated hereon. When any
amounts, for which the warehouse has reserved a security interest, have remained due and
unpaid for 90 days, the depositor shall be deemed to be in default so as to authorize
the warehouse to dispose of the property, and its options, in the enforcement of the said
security interest. All property subject to the lien or to the security interest, both
herein further described, and all property, the removal of which has been required as
hereinafter provided, may be disposed of in any manner and by any procedure then
authorized by the laws of the State in which the property is stored by the warehouse.

3. Tender for Storage and Handling
Each shipment of Depositors property to the warehouse constitutes a separate tender
and the warehouse may reject subsequent tenders of property whether identical or not.
The Warehouse may also reject any tender of property which does not conform to all
terms (including quantity and description) of the quotation issued by the warehouse.
All property shall be delivered to the warehouse properly marked and packaged for
handling and storage. Unless arranged for in advance by the Depositor, the property
may be placed in general storage at the warehouses discretion without regards to
temperature or humidity conditions and without responsibility for freezable property.
The depositor shall furnish at or prior to such delivery, a manifest showing marks,
brands, or sizes of the packages to be kept and accounted for separately, and the
class of storage and other services desired. Delivery of any or all of a package of
property shall be made without subsequent sorting except by special arrangement subject
to a charge. Unless the Depositor shall otherwise specify in advance of receipt by the
warehouse, the property may be stored in bulk or assorted packages at the discretion of
the Warehouse. The content of the container or the property referred to on the face of
this receipt were not inspected by the Warehouse for conditions, form, color, nor for
concealed loss, damages or breakage. The Warehouse undertakes to handle, store, and
deliver property only in the packages in which it was originally received.
When deterioration or failure of container or packages requires, the Warehouse at its
discretion may repackage or re-cooper the content and a charge for the labor and
materials used shall be made. The warehouse accepts no responsibility for such repair
or replacement.

4. Rates
Rates for handling and storage are standard rates on our website (Fees below) or quoted
subject to change at any time by written notice from Warehouse to the Depositor. Such
changes are to be effective at the end of the month next succeeding the month in which
notice is mailed by the Warehouse.

5. Handling
(a) The handling charge covers the ordinary labor involved in receiving goods at warehouse
door, placing goods in storage, and returning goods to warehouse door. Handling charges
are due and payable on receipt of goods.
(b) Unless otherwise agreed, labor for unloading and loading goods will be subject to a
charge. Additional expenses incurred by the warehouse in receiving and handling damaged
goods, and additional expense in unloading from or loading into cars or other vehicles
not at warehouse door will be charged to the depositor.
(c) Labor and materials used in loading rail cars or other vehicles are chargeable to
the depositor.
(d) When goods are ordered out in quantities less than in which received, the warehouse
may make an additional charge for each order or each item of an order.
(e) The warehouse shall not be liable for demurrage or detention, delays in unloading
inbound cars, trailers or other containers, or delays in obtaining and loading cars,
trailers or other containers for outbound shipment unless warehouseman has failed to
exercise reasonable care.

6. Storage Period and Charges
(a) All charges for storage are per package or other agreed unit per month.
(b) Storage charges become applicable upon the date that warehouse accepts care,
custody and control of the goods, regardless of unloading date or date of issue of
warehouse receipt.
(c) Except as provided in paragraph
(d) of this section, a full months storage charge will apply on all goods received
between the first and the 15th, inclusive, of a calendar month; one-half months
storage charge will apply on all goods received between the 16th and the last day,
inclusive, of a calendar month, and a full months storage charge will apply to all
goods in storage on the first day of the next and succeeding calendar months. All
storage charges are due and payable on the first day of storage for the initial month
and thereafter on the first day of the calendar month.
(d) When mutually agreed by the warehouse and the depositor, a storage month shall
extend from a date in one calendar month to, but not including, the same date of the
next and all succeeding months. All storage charges are due and payable on the first
day of the storage month.

7. Transfer, Termination of Storage, Removal of Goods.
(a) Instructions to transfer goods on the books of the warehouse are not effective
until delivered to and accepted by warehouse, and all charges up to the time transfer
is made are chargeable to the depositor. If a transfer involves re-handling the goods,
such will be subject to a charge. When goods in storage are transferred from one party
to another through issuance of a new warehouse receipt, a new storage date is established
on the date of transfer.
(b) The warehouse reserves the right to move, at depositors expense, upon fourteen (14)
days written notice sent by certified or registered mail to the depositor any goods in
storage from the warehouse in which they may be stored to any other of his facilities;
but if such depositor takes delivery of his goods in lieu of transfer, no storage charge
shall be made for the current storage month. Warehouse may without notice, move the goods
within the facility in which they are stored.
(c) The warehouse may, upon written notice to the depositor and any other person known by
the warehouse to claim an interest in the goods, require the removal of any goods by the
end of the next succeeding storage month. Such notice shall be given to the last known
place of business or abode of the person to be notified. If goods are not removed before
the end of the next succeeding storage month, the warehouse may sell them in accordance
with applicable law.
(d) If the warehouse in good faith believes that the goods are about to deteriorate or
decline in value to less than the amount of warehouses lien before the end of the next
succeeding storage month, the warehouse may specify in the notification any reasonable
shorter time for removal of the goods and in case the goods are not removed, the
Warehouse may sell them at public sale held one week after a single advertisement
or posting as provided by law.
(e) If as a result of a quality or condition of the goods of which the warehouse had no
notice at the time of deposit, the goods are a hazard to other property or to the
facility or to persons, the warehouse may sell the goods at public or private sale
without advertisement on reasonable notification to all persons known to claim an
interest in the goods. If the warehouse after a reasonable effort is unable to sell the
goods he may dispose of them in any lawful manner and shall incur no liability by reason
of such disposition. Pending such disposition, sale or return of the goods, the warehouse
may remove the goods from the warehouse and shall incur no liability by reason of such
removal.

8. Delivery Requirements
(a) No goods shall be delivered or transferred except upon receipt by the warehouse of
complete written instructions properly signed by the Depositor, provided, however, that
goods may be delivered upon instruction by telephone in accordance with a prior written
authorization, but the warehouse shall not be responsible for loss or error occasioned thereby.
(b) When goods are ordered out, a reasonable time shall be given the warehouse to carry out
instructions, and if it is unable because of circumstances outside of warehouses immediate
control, including but not limited to, acts of God, war, public enemies, seizure under
legal process, strikes, lockouts, riots and civil commotions, or any reason beyond the
warehouses control, or because of loss or destruction of goods for which warehouse is not
liable, or because of any other excuse provided by law, the warehouse shall not be liable
for failure to carry out such instructions and goods remaining in storage will continue to
be subject to regular storage charges.

9. Shipping
Depositor agrees not to ship goods to warehouse as the named consignee. If, in violation of
this agreement, goods are shipped to warehouseman as named consignee, depositor agrees to
notify carrier in writing prior to such shipment, with copy of such notice to the warehouseman,
that warehouseman named as consignee is a warehouseman and has no beneficial title or interest
in such property and depositor further agrees to indemnify and hold harmless warehouse from
any and all claims for unpaid transportation charges, including undercharges, demurrage,
detention or charges of any nature, in connection with goods so shipped. Depositor further
agrees that, if it fails to notify carrier as required by the preceding sentence, warehouse
shall have the right to refuse such goods and shall not be liable or responsible for any loss,
injury or damage of any nature to, or related to, such goods.

10. Extra Services
(a) Warehouse labor required for services other than ordinary handling and storage will be
charged to the depositor.
(b) Special services requested by depositor including but not limited to compiling of special
stock statements; reporting marked
weights, serial numbers or other data from packages; physical check of goods; and handling
transit billing will be subject to an additional charge
(c) Dunnage, bracing, packing materials or other special supplies may be provided for the
depositor at a charge in addition to the warehouse cost.
(d) By prior arrangement, goods may be received or delivered during other than usual business
hours, subject to an additional charge.
(e) Communication expense including postage, teletype, telegram, or telephone will be charged
to the depositor if such concern more than normal inventory reporting or if, at the request
of the depositor, communications are made by other than regular United States Mail.

11. Bonded Storage
(a)A charge in addition to regular rates will be made for merchandise in bond.
(b)Where a warehouse receipt covers goods in U.S. Customs bond, such receipt shall be void
upon the termination of the storage period fixed by law.

12. Minimum Charges
(a) A minimum handling charge per package and a minimum storage charge per package per
month will be made. When a warehouse receipt covers more than one package or when a package
is in assortment, a minimum charge per mark, brand, or variety will be made.
(b) A minimum monthly charge to one account for storage and/or handling will be made. This
charge will apply also to each account when one customer has several accounts, each
requiring separate records and billing.

13. Liability and Limitation of Damages
(a) THE WAREHOUSE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OR INJURY TO GOODS STORED HOWEVER CAUSED
UNLESS SUCH LOSS OR INJURY RESULTED FROM THE FAILURE BY THE WAREHOUSE TO EXERCISE SUCH CARE
IN REGARD TO SUCH GOODS AS A REASONABLY CAREFUL MAN WOULD EXERCISE UNDER LIKE CIRCUMSTANCES
AND WAREHOUSE IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OR INJURY: (i) WHICH COULD NOT HAVE BEEN AVOIDED BY
THE EXERCISE OF SUCH CARE IN THE HANDLING, STORAGE, PACKING, UNPACKING, SHIPPING AND
RECEIVING OF THE GOODS AND WHILE THE GOODS ARE AWAITING SUCH OPERATIONS; or (ii) WHICH ARISES
FROM NATURAL DECAY, LEAKAGE, RODENTS, INFESTATION, FIRE, FLOOD, STRIKES, LOCKOUTS, BOYCOTTS,
OTHER LABOR DISTURBANCE, WEATHER, PROVDENTIAL CAUSES, AND THE ACT OF ANY GOVERNMENTAL AGENCY
OR PUBLIC ENEMY. WAREHOUSE SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR ANY ACTION, OR INACTION OF CARRIERS,
INCLUDING ANY CARRIERS FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH APPLICABLE LAWS OR REGULATIONS.
(b) GOODS ARE NOT INSURED BY THE WAREHOUSE AGAINST LOSS OR INJURY HOWEVER CAUSED.
(c) LIABILITY FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE TO THE GOODS STORED AND HANDLED, HOWEVER CAUSED, SHALL BE
LIMITED TO THE ACTUAL DAMAGE OR LOSS TO SUCH GOODS, PROVIDED, THAT IN NO EVENT SHALL SUCH
LIABILITY EXCEED $50 PER PACKAGE OF SUCH GOODS DESCRIBED ON THE WAREHOUSE RECEIPT. PROVIDED,
HOWEVER, THAT SUCH LIABILITY MAY UPON WRITTEN REQUEST OF DEPOSITOR BE INCREASED AT THE TIME
THAT GOODS ARE RECEIVED AT THE WAREHOUSE OR WITHIN REASONABLE TIME AFTER RECEIPT OF THE
WAREHOUSE RECEIPT ON PART OR ALL OF THE GOODS HEREUNDER IN WHICH EVENT ADDITIONAL MONTHLY
CHARGE WILL BE MADE BASED UPON SUCH INCREASED LIABILITY.
(d) WHERE LOSS OR INJURY OCCURS TO STORED GOODS FOR WHICH THE WAREHOUSE IS NOT LIABLE, THE
DEPOSITOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COST OF REMOVING AND DISPOSING OF SUCH GOODS AND THE
COST OF ANY ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANUP AND SITE REMEDIATION RESULTING FROM THE LOSS OR INJURY TO
THE GOODS.

14. Liability for Consequential Damages
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER TERM OR PROVISION OF THIS AGREEMENT, WAREHOUSE WILL NOT BE LIABLE
FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR INDIRECT DAMAGES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION LOST
PROFITS OR LOST BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES, FOR ANY CAUSE OF ACTION, WHETHER IN CONTRACT OR TORT,
AND WHETHER OR NOT THE WAREHOUSE WAS AWARE OR SHOULD HAVE BEEN AWARE OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
SUCH DAMAGE.

15. Liability for Misshipment
If warehouse negligently mis-ships goods, the warehouse shall pay the reasonable transportation
charges incurred to return the mis-shipped goods to the warehouse. If the consignee fails to
return the goods, or any government agency seizes or confiscates goods, warehousemans maximum
liability shall be for the lost or damage goods specified in Section 13(c) above, and warehouse
shall have no liability for damages due to the consignees acceptance or use of the goods
whether such goods be those of the depositor or another.

16. Mysterious Disappearance
Warehouse shall not be liable for loss of goods due to inventory shortage or unexplained or
mysterious disappearance of goods unless depositor establishes such loss occurred because of
warehousemans failure to exercise the care required of warehouse under Section 12 above.
Any presumption of conversion imposed by law shall not apply to such loss and a claim by
depositor of conversion must be established by affirmative evidence that the warehouse
converted the goods to the warehousemans own use.

17. Right to Store Goods
Depositor represents and warrants that depositor is lawfully possessed of the goods and has
the right and authority to store them with warehouse in full compliance with the terms of
this agreement. Depositor agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless the warehouse from
any and all loss, cost and expense (including but not limited to reasonable attorneys, court
costs and fees) which warehouse pays, incurs or shall otherwise become liable for as a result
of any dispute or litigation, whether instituted by warehouse or others, arising out of the
performance of this agreement, or respecting depositors right, title or interest in the goods.
Such amounts shall be deemed charges in relation to the goods and may be subject to the lien
described in Section 2 above.

18. Notice of Claim and Filing Suit
(a) Claims by the depositor and all other persons must be presented in writing to the warehouse
within a reasonable time, and in no event longer than either thirty (30) days after delivery of
the goods by the warehouse or thirty (30) days after depositor of record or the last known
holder of a negotiable warehouse receipt is notified by the warehouse that loss or injury to
part or all of the goods has occurred, whichever time is shorter.
(b) No action may be maintained by the depositor or others against the warehouse for loss or
injury to the goods stored unless timely written claim has been given as provided in
paragraph (a) of this section and unless such action is commenced either within nine months
after date of delivery by warehouse or within nine months after depositor or the last known
holder of a negotiable warehouse receipt is notified that loss or injury to part or all of the
goods has occurred, whichever time is shorter.
(c) When goods have not been delivered, notice may be given of known loss or injury to the goods
by mailing of a registered or certified letter to the depositor or to the last known holder of a
negotiable warehouse receipt. Time limitations for presentation of claim in writing and
maintaining of action after notice begin on the date of mailing of such notice by warehouse.

19. Third Party Beneficiary Indemnity
Except as expressly provided herein, no person other than Depositor and the warehouse shall have
any right or privilege hereunder, and Depositor shall indemnify and hold warehouse harmless for
claims against Warehouse brought by third party privies of Depositor against warehouse whenever
such claims, arising out of loss or damage to Depositors property stored hereunder exceeds the
limits provided in paragraph 13 hereof.

20. Notice
Whenever, by the provision of the law or regulation of jurisdiction, or by the term of this
instrument, the Warehouse is required or authorized to notify any person of any fact agent, past
or future, it is agreed that such notification shall be reasonable and sufficient if sent in
writing by ordinary mail to such person at his last known address, which in the case of the
Depositor shall be address written on the face of this warehouse receipt issued to such depositor.

21. Accurate Information
Depositor will provide warehouse with information concerning the stored goods which is accurate,
complete and sufficient to allow warehouse to comply with all laws and regulations concerning
the storage, handling and transporting of the stored goods. Depositor will indemnify, defend and
hold warehouse harmless from any and all loss, cost, penalty and expense (including reasonable
attorneys fees, court costs and fees) which warehouse pays, incurs or shall otherwise become
liable for as a result of depositors failure to fully adhere to this obligation.

22. Severability and Waiver
(a) If any provision of this receipt or any application thereof, should be construed or held to
be void, invalid or unenforceable, by order, decree or judgment of a court of competent
jurisdiction, the remaining provisions of this receipt shall not be affected thereby but shall
remain in full force and effect.
(b) Warehousemans failure to require strict compliance with any provision of this agreement or
any provisions of the warehouse receipt shall not constitute a waiver or estoppel to later
demand strict compliance with that or any other provision(s) of this warehouse receipt.
(c) The provisions of this warehouse receipt shall be binding upon the depositors heirs,
executors, successors and assigns; contains the sole agreement governing goods stored with
the warehouseman; this agreement cannot be modified except by a writing signed by warehouseman.

Neutralogistics Warehousing Fees

Stuffing/Loading - Domestic cargo
l20 foot container $ 375.00
40 foot container $ 400.00
40 N.O.R. $ 400.00
40 foot High Cube $ 425.00
45 foot container $ 475.00
Floor loads $ 150.00
Haz Mat Placard per set $35.00

Un Stuffing/De-vanning - Imports cargo
20 foot container $400.00
40 foot container $425.00
40 N.O.R. $425.00
40 foot High Cube $450.00
45 foot container $475.00
Floor loads $150.00

Storage - Domestic Freight
For consolidation clients - free 30 days
For Import clients - Free 7 days (Storage fees will be billed at 15 day segments)
Daily Rate -- $0.15 per cft or $0.015 per lb per day (whichever is greater)

IMPORT FREIGHT - Billed per every 15 days
Minimum per Talley/Dock Receipt Min -$50.00 or $. 50 cft or .05 per lb (whichever is greater)

DOMESTIC STANDARD FREIGHT
Minimum per Talley/Dock Receipt Min -$30.00 or $. 30 cft or .03 per lb (whichever is greater)
DOMESTIC NON STACKABLE/OVER DIM
Minimum per Talley/Dock Receipt Min -$50.00 or $. 50 cft or .05 per lb (whichever is greater)

Handling
Breaking down pallets at client request $10.00 - Pallets containing 4 or less pieces excluded
Long Term Storage/Projects Spot quoted upon request
In fee $ .04 per lb - ( .02 per lb in and .02 per lb out (minimum 35.00)
Airfreight handling $ .04 per lb (minimum 35.00)

Additional Services (re-packing and segregation)
Shrink-wrap - $7.00 per skid
Corner Protectors Long -- $4.00 per pair
Corner Protectors Short -- $2.00 per pair
Tape - $2.00 per box/ pallet/skid
Banding - $7.50 per skid
Heat Treated pallets - $20.00 each
Standard pallets - $10.00 each
D-Container loading - $25.00
D-Container $20.00
Re- Pallet less than 2 boxes No charge
Re- Pallet more than 2 boxes $10.00 per pallet
Out of gauge cargo - worked on spot basis
Heavy weight charge - $ 150.00 per piece (over 7,500 lbs)
Over length charge - $ 150.00 per piece (over 20 feet)