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Carrier Freight carrier

Carrier: In the logistics industry, the term “carrier” can refer to a company responsible for transporting goods. This may be a freight forwarder, carrier or shipping company that transports goods by road, rail, air or water.

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CEP services Courier, express and parcel services

CEP stands for courier, express and parcel services. These are service companies that provide transport and delivery of letters, parcels and other items. CEP services usually specialize in fast and reliable deliveries and offer various options for the transport and delivery of shipments. The main task of a CEP service…

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CMR

Convention relative au contrat de transport international de marchandises par route (Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road). Road freight transport) The “Convention relative au contrat de transport international de marchandises par route” is also known as the CMR Convention. It is an international agreement…

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Conduct cabotage domestic transport in a foreign country

Cabotage refers to the transportation of goods or passengers within a country by foreign carriers. The concept of cabotage was originally developed in maritime transport, but has spread to other transport sectors such as road and air. In road transport, cabotage refers to the transport of goods or passengers within…

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Connected lien

A connex lien is a form of lien in which the pledged object has a close economic connection with a claim. The associated lien only arises or is only effective if a specific claim exists. As a rule, the creditor (the pledgee) and the debtor (the pledgee) create the associated…

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Consignee – goods recipient

The term “consignee” refers to a person, company or organization that acts as the recipient of a shipment or delivery. The Consignee is the party who assumes responsibility for the receipt of the goods and is responsible for their proper handling. As a rule, the consignee is determined by the…

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Contract of carriage

(1) By the contract of carriage, the carrier is obliged to transport the goods to the place of destination and there to the consignee. to be delivered. (2) The shipper shall be obliged to pay the agreed freight. A contract of carriage is a legal contract between a shipper (consignor)…

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