(1) They do not contain tariffs, royalties, rules and rules, set by a conference agreement on naval terminals. Marine Terminal conference agreement, an agreement between or between two or more operators of joint marine terminals and/or shipping lines for the performance or facilitation of the operation of the marine terminal, providing for the setting and compliance of uniform tariffs of marine terminals, fees, practices and conditions of service for the reception, handling and/or delivery of passengers or cargo for all members; and (a) Marine Terminal Services Agreement refers to an agreement, contract, contract, agreement, agreement, or link, written or oral (including amendments or schedule) between a marine terminal operator and a common shipping carrier that applies to marine terminal services provided and paid for by a common shipping carrier. These services include: control, docking, recreation, handling, handling, loading and unloading, terminal storage, use, dock and dock dementia, and including all marine terminals that can be provided for such terminal services. The term Marine Terminal Services agreement does not imply an agreement that confers on the organization concerned all rights to operate a marine terminal through a lease, licence, licensing, grant, land lease or similar arrangement for the use of naval terminal facilities or similar property. 2. Under the Law, no antitrust immunity is granted with respect to terminal services provided to a common shipping company under an agreement on maritime terminal services, which is not subject to the Commission. The reorganized debtor intends to continue to provide services under the sublease and terminal service agreement as part of the WEI Phoenix operations. “TSA” Terminal Service Contract – In cases where a TSA has been signed by the customer with DPWM, the terms of the TSA apply and for matters that are not within the TSA, the conditions set out in the CT apply. In the case of certain contracts between the customer and the terminal, the terminal-service agreement replaces the terms of sale, as long as this is covered by the terminal-service agreement. This is Chapter 11 of the turnaround plan, which provides that all assets of ERLY and WEI (with the exception of NOL, NOL Carryforwards and WEI stock and the assets required to carry out contractual obligations arising from the sublease and terminal service contract with Fire-Trol) will be paid to a limited partnership for the benefit of creditors and that ERLY will be maintained in the future. The handling of volumes classified as a service controlled in accordance with the terminal service agreement between CMA CGM and BNCT must be called to BNCT.