Logistics Service Agreements

The carrier provides the services described in Section 2, in accordance with the express figure (letter of exposure on list) of this agreement. If the carrier fails to comply with a planned shipment from a shipper location, the carrier has twenty-four (twenty-four) hours of electronic or fax notification by the sender to remedy this failure. If the carrier does not resolve its non-performance within the permitted time frame, the carrier is not entitled to compensation for the failure of the transfer, and the carrier is liable to the shipper for the additional costs of alternative transportation and storage costs related to the failure. Shippers need transportation logistics services, including the use of commercial vehicles, to meet their needs. The carrier is dismissed as third-party logistics (3PL) in the organization and supply of the property for compensation and has agreed to expose these services to the shipper under the following terms. Part of your contract negotiations should be an in-depth discussion about all the value-added storage services your company is used to break down these costs. From product handling services to overtime for storage staff during your working hours, exceeding these costs in advance keeps the logistics trading machine running. (b) to organize and perform co-transport services in connection with the shipment of goods and goods to and from each secondary location, but only to the extent expressly requested by the shipper for certain shipments. It is understood and it is agreed that secondary sites will be primarily served by another external logistics provider or forwarder directly mandated by the shipper. (c) comprehensive general liability insurance, which is insured against any liability in the event of injury or death of a person or person, as well as damage or destruction of objects resulting from or in connection with transportation services to be provided as part of transportation services, including coverage of damage caused by theft, removal , transportation.

2.2 The carrier has the right to reallocate the required transportation services to other air carriers, provided that these carriers are reasonably acceptable to the shipper and qualified to perform the necessary transportation services. All subcontractors designated by the carrier are subject to the conditions set out in the carrier. Under no circumstances can the carrier be under contract with any of its transport logistics services, including its transport service provider services. While the supply of an intact product is important, storage problems are particularly important for the food, beverage and pharmacy industries. For food and beverages, the poorly stored product can be contaminated or fermented without clear temperature parameters, without altering the external appearance. Imagine that a cheese maker reassures a logistic partner about the stability of its products at the temperature of the atmosphere. If the manufacturer`s version of „ambient“ is higher or lower than that of the 3PL partner, the product quickly becomes non-cheese, and no derpartei realizes that an error has been made until a customer complains. 6.4 The shipper has the right to terminate this contract without delay by notification to the carrier if, at the shipper`s discretion, the carrier has not provided the transport logistics in accordance with the required standards or has always missed these services, as indicated in the issuance (list exposure letter), provided that the carrier has been informed in writing and that the carrier or failures continue thirty (thirty) days after receiving such notification.

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