Shipper Load And Count Agreement

If the term “shipper loading and counting” is omitted, it does not impose any legal liability on the carrier for transportation damage, Seaton said. However, it shifts the load to the carrier to show that the damage was due to the sender`s fault. Suppose this is related to the LC opening, but this can cause problems for the wearer, especially for oil loads, because you, as carriers, don`t know what you`re actually charging with a “closed loading system.” c) When bulk goods are loaded by a shipper who provides the issuer with appropriate facilities for weighing those goods, the issuer determines the nature and quantity within a reasonable time after receiving the shipper`s request in an appropriate note. In this case, the “shipping weight” or words of similar meaning are zero. Even today we received a message from our client in Algeria saying that the number of packages displayed on B/L (166) and Invoce (170) and Packing List (170) is different!!! The shipment was loaded by us in a 2 x 40 container.” A liner loaded and sealed the container and gave us the B/L after the container was boarded. The L/C is involved, but our bank (trading bank) has definitely oversaw this discrepancy. What is the consequence for us (as a shipper) of this disparity? Thank you to everyone who has answers. Seaton recalled a situation in which an aircraft carrier sealed a shipment of cucumbers in glasses, packed in crates and delivered packed on pallets on a trailer with a broken seal. The cargo was clearly intact, none of the pallets had been moved, the retractable film was not cut, the crates were not open and the lids were still on each glass of cucumber. A common face carrier problem is liability for damage to loads if a driver is not allowed on the dock to observe the loading of a shipment, or picks (e) A shipper assures the issuer of accuracy at the time of sending the description, marks, labels, number, type, quantity, condition and weight, as put by the sender, and the sender must compensate the issuer for damage caused by inaccuracies in these particularities. This right of the issuer to this compensation does not limit its liability or liability under the promotion contract to a person other than the sender. Basically, the statue says that a carrier cannot be responsible for the number and condition of a charge if a driver cannot count the load or check the condition, Seaton said.

“It is assumed that the cargo is in order at the time of collection, so that the carrier is not responsible for damage due to improper load or bottlenecks.” We had a problem where the carrier had to open the container doors to return to the loading bay. During the reversal and rupture, the load fell from the back of the tank. The carrier cites the SLAC and frees up all liability. It`s true? Hello, I have a question here – regarding the customs declaration of the airport when applying SLAC or STC. The number of shipments in the customs declaration would correspond to transit documents, which could result in 100 cartons.