INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION

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					     INTERNATIONAL
        TRANSPORTATION




Élise HOUE
Clarisse TRILLARD
Group D
Introduction
 •The exporting companies choose their way of
 transporting according to the cost, of period and safety.
 •Principles of responsability: supervised and limited.
 •Consequences for the charger, in case of damages in
 the goods, the carrier will indemnity according to
 precise limits, often lower than his real value.
 •Differents types of convention: transport law is
 divided into several categories
 •The incoterm: differents types of incoterm are used for
 the international transport (air, road, maritim)
Sea transport
 •“Sales at first”: risks and dangers to the buyer
 •“Sale in the arrival”: risks and dangers to the seller

 •Incoterms: FAS, FOB (port of shipper)
            CFR, CIF (port of destination)

 •Organisation
 •Transport insurance
 •Harbour forwarding agent
 •Reception of goods -bill of lading
Air transport
 •Transport highly important or expensive goods

 •Montreal Convention (1999)
  Warsaw Convention (1929)

 •Air transport and Incoterms 2000

 •Air freight: insurance, custom duties, packaging, inventory
 and financing costs

 •Freight forwarder/consolidator: governing body that create
 regulation for international air transport
Road transport

 •Two types of contract

 •International road transport (IRT)

 • IRT separated in two parts: - European right
                               - International convention
Carriage by rail

 •Can not collect and deliver without help of some other
 transport

 •Rail transport is governed by the Convention concerning
 International Carriage by Rail (COTIF)
 Aim of the COTIF:establish an uniform system of law
 applicable to the carriage of passengers, luggage and goods
 •Official languages of RID

				
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