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Transport and national/international shipping - Road transport and maritime


Description

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Goals

The aim of a training is to systematize knowledge and to familiarize participants with legal nuances relating to transport and forwarding so as to minimize risk of error in conclusion of a contract, the preparation of carriage or making a complaint, as well as:
  • acquaint participants with specifics of a transport and sea shipping,
  • discuss specific to maritime transport concepts, documents, as well as rates for carriage by sea and port charges,
  • show how to make complaints about sea freight forwarder or carrier,
  • familiarize participants with the issues of marine and CARGO insurance.

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Participant profile

The training is aimed at managers and employees responsible for supplies, export or import of goods with use of maritime transport.

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Profits

  • knowledge of terminology and documentation characteristic for maritime transport,
  • familiarization with current prices of maritime transport,
  • effective complaints on maritime transport,
  • familiarization with the specificity of CARGO insurance.

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Outline

Day I

  1. Shipping:
  • sea carrier (ship-owner), cargo, sea ship,
  • irregular shipping – charter agreements, carriers, brokerage companies,
  • liner shipping – booking agreement, shipping lines.
  1. Liner shipping – container and conventional transport:
  • "door to door" container transport (general cargo - LCL),
  • container equipment,
  • loading and mounting of goods in a container, transport packaging,
  • conventional transport.
  1. Shipping costs:
  • liner shopping costs,
  • freight rate, freight additions (BAF, CAF, Congestion),
  • harbour and land transport costs (THC, demurrage, detention).
  1. Bill of Lading and other documents:
  • issue a bill of lading, 
  • role of bill of lading in trade agreement
  • a presentation of a bill of lading - releasing the cargo at the port of destination. 
  1. Damage in shipping and marine insurance:
  • joint and individual breakdown,
  • CARGO insurance,
  • claims to maritime transport.

DAY II & III

  1. Supply requirements in commercial contracts:
  • requirements for INCOTERMS 2010 supply conditions use,
  • what to be guided by when choosing a specific formula?
  • other formulas: RAFT, COMBITERMS.
  1. Loco, franco, Ab Werk and others – how to translate it?
  2. INCOTERMS 2010 formulas analysis and comparison to the conditions of INCOTERMS 2000:
  • buyer and seller’s responsibilities,
  • buyer and seller’s risks,
  • buyer and seller’s costs,
  • risk and cost transition in individual formulas of INCOTEMRS:
    • All types of transport:
      • EXW – EX WORKS,
      • FCA – FREE CARRIER,
      • CPT – CARRIAGE PAID TO,
      • CIP – CARRIAGE AND INSURANCE PAID TO,
      • DAT – DELIVERED AT TERMINAL,
      • DAP – DELIVERED AT PLACE,
      • DDP – DELIVERED DUTY PAID.
    • Only maritime and inland water transport:
      • FAS – FREE ALONGSIDE SHIP,
      • FOB – FREE ON BOARD,
      • CFR – COST AND FREIGHT,
      • CIF – COST INSURANCE FREIGHT,
      • buyer’s duties (bill of lading, maritime waybill, THC, demurrage, detention).
  1. CIF and CIP – CARGO insurance:
  • types of CARGO – A, B and C load clauses.
  1. Commonly made mistakes in INCOTERMS supply conditions use:
  • lack of information on supply conditions version,
  • C conditions, lack of set point of delivery (there is only a point to which the delivery has been paid for) and consequences of this fact,
  • EXW and DDP violation of customs domicile,
  • EXW abuse,
  • using FOB, CFR and CIF for containers,
  • misunderstandings surrounding place of delivery within the conditions of CFR, CIF, CPT and CIP,
  • searching for what is not in the supply conditions, for example: transfer of ownership conditions, terms of agreement abuse sanctions, shipper’s or carrier’s duties, etc.
  1. Shipping agreement and carriage agreement: similarities, differences, traps: 
  • carriage and shipment documents:
    • transportation commission,
    • shipment commission,
  • waybills:
    • road CMR,
    • railway CIM,
    • maritime bill of lading (B/L).
  1. General Polish Shipment Conditions.
  2. International transport insurance:
  • division/types of insurance policies:
    • OCP (carrier),
    • CARGO (load),
    • OCS (shipper).
  • specificity, differences, traps,
  • explanation of concepts:
    • insurance value,
    • insurance sum,
    • integral franchise,
    • reductive franchise,
    • the deductible,
  • types of policies: unit, general, turnover, deduction,
  • types and causes of load faults,
  • institute A, B and C Load Clauses,
  • practical tips for people or possible victims of disservice using insurance coverage – damage liquidation, attestation.
  1. Automobile transport:
  • Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road (CMR):
    • range of use,
    • authorized person concept,
    • basic functions, rights and duties of: sender, carrier, receiver of load,
    • shipper’s or carrier’s relations with an authorized person,
    • complaint – how to submit it properly.
  • Transport law (domestic transport):
    • range of use,
    • authorized person concept,
    • basic functions, rights and duties of: sender, carrier, receiver of load,
    • shipper’s or carrier’s relations with an authorized person,
    • complaint – how to submit it properly.

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Schedule

  Schedule   Day 1   Day 2   Day 3  
                 
  Registration   9:45 - 10:00          
  Workshops   10:00 - 11:00   10:00 - 11:00   9:00 - 11:00  
  Break   11:00 - 11:15   11:00 - 11:15   11:00 - 11:15  
  Workshops   11:15 - 13:00   11:15 - 13:00   11:15 - 13:00  
  Lunch   13:00 - 13:45   13:00 - 13:45   13:00 - 13:45  
  Workshops   13:45 - 15:00   13:45 - 15:00   13:45 - 15:00  
  Break   15:00 - 15:10   15:00 - 15:10   15:00 - 15:10  
  Workshops   15:10 - 17:00   15:10 - 17:00   15:10 - 16:00  

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