1. Definitions. For the purposes of this agreement, the following terms have the following meanings. Such meanings also apply to the singular and plural forms of defined terms, although this is not the case below. Shipping sites or other authorized representatives establish a bill of lading for each shipment and the conditions contained in it must be included, unless these conditions are contrary to the provisions of this Agreement. In the event of a conflict, the terms of this agreement apply. The carrier retains the bill of lading and proof of delivery for a period of at least four (4) years. Any amendment, amendment or modification of the terms of this agreement is only valid if it is written and signed on behalf of the parties by their duly accredited representatives. 2.4 The airline undertakes to comply, for the duration of this contract, with all rules and regulations established by the Interstate Commerce Commission and other federal or state transportation services to be provided under this Agreement. The carrier must also comply with a satisfactory safety advice with the Ministry of Transport. 12.1 The airline hereby undertakes to comply with its obligations under the confidentiality agreement previously reached with the sender, a copy of which is attached as a copy (enter the cover letter). If one of the parties may be excluded from the performance of this sub-activity because of a case of force majeure, sovereignty, strike, lockout or other grounds beyond its control, such misconduct or default must be excused to the extent necessary for such a reason.
The party involved in the force majeure event must use the necessary diligence to remedy this failure. If, due to a labour dispute, administrative action, an act of God or such an act, the carrier is unable to provide logistical transport services to the extent provided by this agreement, it must in any event, to the extent that it is still able to provide shipping and transport. , provide these services to the shipper in proportion to the amount that the carrier`s transaction provided to the shipper prior to the date of the incident. , to continue to do so. 19.1 The airline has the right to use the shipper`s trademarks, trade names, service marks or logos (together the “marks”) exclusively to the extent necessary to fulfill its obligations under this agreement, including the right to allow air carriers to mark vehicles when transporting products; provided, however, that such use expressly excludes any use that could somehow constitute different connotations attributable to the shipper, its products or trademarks because of the different way in which the marks are used.