Cartage Agreement


Unlike Drayage, an agent of Cartage is involved. The officer often uses his papers and forms to identify and ship the material. For example, a truck that is part of the Drayage system and has brought a container from the pier to a warehouse will have documents prepared by a carrier or other party processing the container. Once the goods have escaped from the container, the Cartage agent develops his own documents to ensure that the goods are delivered to the correct recipient. 4.1. The Service Provider agrees that, in the event that it entrusts services to subcontractors under this Agreement, a condition and condition of such subcontract is that the subcontractors agree to comply with all the provisions of this Agreement; however, provided that such delegation of subcontractors does not release the provider from its obligations to the customer under this Agreement for the part of the service that is assigned to the subcontractor and, for the purposes of this Agreement, such commitment shall be deemed to be provided by the service provider itself. There is no contractual relationship between a subcontractor and the customer. In many ways, Cartage is exactly the same as a walkout when goods are transported from one place to another. However, one difference for Container Drayage is that Drayage usually means transporting the entire container, and Cartage usually means breaking down the contents of the container into smaller units and then transporting it by road to places within a metropolitan area.

12.6 If, in whole or in part, the Carrier is unable, due to facts, circumstances, matters or things that are not within the proper control of the Carrier, including, but not limited to, force majeure, war, terrorism, strike, riot, lockout, general or partial interruption, limitation of work, industrial action, fire, flood, storm, etc. . .