12.2 The Shipper agrees not to disclose or use or license proprietary or confidential information, including strategies, business plans and tariffs, that it receives from the Carrier during the term of this Agreement, without the prior written consent of the Carrier, and not to transmit it to unauthorized third parties, or to use or otherwise use it. The carrier acknowledges that the disclosure of certain information to the employee, representative and shippers` representative is considered an authorized third party, unless the carrier and shipper agree otherwise in writing. Placing a storage deposit in your contract strengthens your partnership with your 3PL and gives them a kind of security in the event of a financially devastating situation. (a) the inability of the carrier to maintain the appropriate licences for the purposes of this Agreement, which means that, inter alia, products intended for the consignor may not be shipped; As a fulfillment partner, 3PL needs to know what your annual order and receipt plans are as well as all promotional plans and daily/weekly order forecasts. Some forms of marketing, such as DRTV or Infomercials, can generate high peaks in orders. Other sectors may experience holiday peaks 10 times higher than their average week. Maintaining advertising plans and projections for order levels is the norm in most agreements. In general, a 13-week client forecast (financial quarter) will be implemented to allow 3PL to plan staff occupancy. There is often a provision that if the actual error is greater than X% (z.B. 10%) of the forecast, the 3PL has the right to do something in return. Among the consequences for imprecise forecasts, the Unique Commercial Code identifies the duty of vigilance of the 3PL camp, often referred to as “due diligence”. Therefore, the liability of a 3PL warehouse for loss and/or damage to goods in its possession is limited to what is due to its negligence, subject to a negotiated restriction. 6.1 This Agreement shall commence on (date) and shall remain in force until terminated in accordance with the following provisions of this Section 6.
6.4 The consignor has the right to terminate this contract immediately after the carrier has informed the carrier if the carrier has not provided transport logistics services in accordance with the required standards, at the reasonable discretion of the shipper, or if it has not provided such services in a timely manner, as set out in the Annex (List of Investment Letters). Provided that the carrier has been informed in writing and that such errors last thirty (30) days after receipt of such notification from the carrier. Ann Christopher is considered one of the country`s leading authorities on storage rights and has been a spokesperson for the American Bar Association, Transportation Lawyers Association, IWLA, Southeastern Warehouse Association and Texas Warehouse Association. . . .