Agreement For Transportation Logistics Services In India

(b) claims by carrier or transit operators in connection with the carrier`s shipping logistics provisions to the shipper, in accordance with the terms of this Agreement, including the carrier`s assertion that it is a shipper agent for all intents and purposes; delays in the event of “force majeure” where one or both parties to the contract are unable to meet its obligations under this treaty; no party is responsible for the termination of the contract. The customer is then responsible for calculating the payment with the rate per tonne per kilometre to the point where the transport was interrupted. 6.5 If one party files for bankruptcy, if it is in effect as a bankruptcy administrator or judicial administrator, or grants an assignment to creditors or an agreement under a bankruptcy right, the other party may immediately terminate that notice. 3.2 Carriers and shippers agree on an acceptable method for calculating mileage. In the absence of a mutually agreed mileage program, all miles will be calculated with the most recent version of the (kilometer program list to use). This method applies to all tariff calculations and other mileage-based charges for the duration of this agreement, unless the parties mutually agree to apply another method. The shipper has the right to have third-party freight invoices checked to verify mileage and loading accuracy. Any losses incurred during transport between the loading point and the final destination are deducted from the transport bill. In the event that the theft of a truck of armed men, or any other person with firearms, the case will be immediately reviewed in collaboration with local law enforcement. The service provider is not responsible for such a loss resulting from armed attacks until the investigation is closed and the case is closed. This can be modified or extended by the written agreement of both parties. In the event of a disagreement resulting from this treaty, the parties agree to negotiate an agreement on that agreement or, if an agreement is not reached, mediation disagrees before submitting a case. 3.1 The airline is compensated as a letter of exposure (letter of issue on list) on the basis of the provisions, fares and charges contained in the schedules attached to it and recorded in this schedule (including subsequent amendments to this agreement, which were approved in the manner provided for by the amendments to this Agreement, all in accordance with Section 2.2).

Unless expressly included in this agreement, Schedule D provisions, rates and charges include all costs associated with the services provided by the carrier, its representatives and subcontractors designated under this agreement. 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. 3.7 The shipper ceases production on the main site for the duration of this contract or ceases to operate in the primary warehouse covered by this agreement, the shipper transmits to the carrier one (1) months before the cessation of operation at the site concerned. The carrier continues to provide transportation services to the affected location until the shipper stops all operations there. The carrier continues to provide transportation services, as stated here, for shipments from the remaining primary sites and warehouses. The shipper is not required to replace the lost volume and the shipper is not liable to the carrier for costs related to a defect in activity related to the shutdown of a site.