Subject to the terms and conditions of tariffs making reference hereto Bill of Lading clauses are as follows: Received for shipment, in apparent good order and condition unless otherwise noted herein, the number of containers or other package or pieces shown in the “Carrier’s Receipt” and said by the Shipper to hold goods described in the “Particulars Furnished by Shipper. “The Carrier shall have the right at its sole discretion to use feeder ships, ferries, lighters, trucks, trains or planes, in addition to the Ocean Vessel or its substitute, to accomplish said carriage. If the goods are shipped from or are consigned to a port of place not directly served by Carrier’s own vessel, or in case of a through shipment, or transshipment the Carrier will, acting only as the Shipper’s AGENT, arrange for transportation of the shipment by other carriers from the place of shipment to the port of loading on Carrier’s Vessel and from the port of discharge from Carrier’s vessel to ultimate destination, and during such segments of transportation the carriage, handling or storage of the goods shall be subject to the freight contracts and tariffs of such other carriers. However, this Carrier guarantees the performance of the obligation of such previous carriers or on-carriers under their freight documents. The liability of this Carrier as a carrier shall commence when the shipment is received into its exclusive custody and shall terminate when the goods are ready for delivery to consignee or on-carrier, and the Carrier shall not be liable for damage or losses not occurring on its own segment of the overall carriage. The Carrier shall hold for the benefit of the owner of the goods all bills of lading, freight documents or receipts issued by other carriers or bailees. The receipt, bailment, carriage, delivery and trans-shipment of the goods are subject to all the terms, conditions and limitations of this bill of lading and of the Carrier’s regularly filed Freight Tariffs and Regulations, which are deemed incorporated herein as if set forth at length, and shall govern the relations, whatsoever that may be, between the Shipper, Consignee or holder and the Carrier Master, ocean vessel, feeder ship, ferry, lighter or any other means of transport owned or operated by the Carrier and whether the carrier be acting as carrier or bailee.