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Company Name: Transchart Schiffahrtsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG

Address: P.O. Box 10 12 02. 47477 Rheinberg. Germany

Visiting address: Rheinstraße 18. 47495 Rheinberg. Germany.

Phone Number: (+49) 28 43 – 95 95 8 4 1

Fax Number: (+49) 28 43 – 95 95 0 6 6

After Office Number: (+49) 1 71 – 33 12 9 21

E-mail: info@transchart.de or ekrause@transchart.de

Value added tax identification number: DE 262 737 656

Registered: Kleve, HR A 4462

Managing director: Efthimios Krause

The contents of these pages

TransChart Schiffahrtsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, briefly TransChart, tries to provide you on these pages with the best possible information. In spite of all diligence, TransChart can not accept any liability for the currentness, correctness, completeness or quality of the information provided. Claims of liability against TransChart, which correlate on material or immaterial damages, which are caused by the use or the disuse of the provided information or caused by the use of incorrect or incomplete information, as well as consequential damages, are strictly excluded, unless the damages are provenly due to intent or gross negligence by TransChart. All offers are not-binding and without obligation. TransChart has the right to change or remove the pages or parts of the pages without separate announcement.

Links to other pages

TransChart is not responsible for any contents directly or indirectly linked to from these pages, unless TransChart has full knowledge of the contents and unless it would be technically possible and reasonable to prevent the use in case of illegal contents. TransChart explicitly states that, by the time a page has been linked, no illegal contents could be recognized on the pages to be linked. TransChart has no influence on current or future changes to content or authorship of the linked pages. That is why TransChart explicitly renounces from any contents of the linked pages, that have been changed after the link was set. The content of linked pages is the responsibility of the respective providers, and so is the liability for damages caused by the use or the disuse of the provided information.

Copyright issues

TransChart strives, in all publications, to respect the copyright of any texts, graphics, audio and video files used. All brand and trade marks copyrighted by third parties mentioned on these pages are under the laws and rules of the corresponding current property rights of the owner. It may not be assumed that trade marks are not protected by third party rights simply because they are named. The copyright for published objects developed by TransChart remains with TransChart alone. The reproduction, distribution of these objects in electronic or printed publications is prohibited without TransChart's explicit prior written consent.

Data privacy

Wherever on the pages the opportunity for the input of personal or business data ist given (as in the contact form), the input of these data takes place voluntarily. The use of all offered services is permitted, if and so far technically possible and reasonable, without specification of any personal data or under specification of anonymized data.

Legal validity of this disclaimer

This disclaimer is to be regarded as part of the web pages www.transchart.info. If sections of this text are not or not any more or not completely corresponding to the legal situation, the content and validity of the other sections remain uninfluenced.

Our transport regulations

We operate exclusively in accordance with the Allgemeinen Deutschen Spediteurbedingungen - ADSp - version 2003 (German Forwarders' General Terms and Conditions of Trading). These limit in paragraph 23 ADSp the legal liability for damage to goods in the case of damage to goods whilst in the care of a forwarder to € 5,--/kg, in accordance with the § 431 of the German Commercial Code (HGB), in the case of multimodal transports, including sea transport to 2 SDR (special drawing rights)/kg plus, further in this, per damage or event to € 1 Million or € 2 Million respectively, or 2 SDR/kg whichever is the greater. The parties agree subsidiary, that (1) clause 27 ADSp does neither extend the liability nor the responsibility of the forwarder for agents, servants, employees or crew members beyond legal regulations as Art. 507 HGB, Art. 25 MC, Art. 36 CIM, Art. 20, 21 CMNI for the benefit ofthe prinicpal, (2) The freight forwarder as a sea carrier is only liable for fault of his own part in case of risks provided in Art. 512 paragraph 2 no. 1 HGB such as default in navigation of the ship or fire on board and the freight forwarderas carrier defined in CMNI is relieved of liability in compliance with the requirements provided in Art. 25 paragraph 2 CMNI such as default in navigation of the ship, fire on board or defects of the vessel. The Standard Terms and Conditions of the German Shipbrokers and/or Agents too apply for maritime business activities