Standard Trading Terms and Conditions

All business undertaken by the Company, its Divisions and Associated Companies (“The Company”) is subject to such one or more of the following conditions as may be applicable thereto.

Road Haulage is undertaken subject to the Conditions of Carriage of the Road Haulage Association Limited (current edition) or in the case of carriage to which the Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road 1956 (CMR) applies subject to (CMR) and any amendment or modification thereof for the time being in force.

Warehousing and Storage us undertaken subject to the General Conditions of United Kingdom Warehouse Association (UKWA) (current edition).

Customs Clearance booking of freight and procuring or arranging for the carriage, storage, packing or handling of goods of third parties (which expression shall include all persons other than the Company or its Associated Companies) and other shipping and forwarding services are undertaken subject to the Standard Trading Conditions of the British International Freight Association (BIFA) (current edition).

All ships Agency business undertaken is subject to the Standard Trading Conditions of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (current edition).

Any motor launch services could be subject to the United Kingdom Standard Conditions for Towage and Other Services (current edition). The hirer should ascertain whether these conditions apply for the service provided.

If goods are lost or damaged when in the possession of the Company or its Associated Companies and it cannot be determined when the event causing the loss or damage occurred, the same shall be deemed to have occurred in warehousing.

Any contract to which these Conditions apply is made by the Company on its own behalf and also on behalf of its Divisions and Associated Companies, all of whom shall be entitled to the benefit of these Conditions. The Customer will not seek to impose on any such company a liability greater than that accepted by the Company in accordance with these Conditions.

If there is any conflict between these Terms and Conditions and the Customer’s Terms and Conditions these Terms and Conditions shall replace or prevail over the Customer’s Terms and Conditions.

English Law shall apply to the Contract and these Terms and Conditions shall be construed and enforced in accordance with English Law.

Copies of the Conditions referred to above will be supplied on request.