Terms and conditions of T-Express shipping

As a sender, you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions when using the T-Express Services on your own behalf or on behalf of the consignee (recipient) and any other person who benefits from the consignment.

"Cargo" means all documents or packages carried under a bill of lading and may be carried by any means of choice by T-Express, including air, land or any other vehicle.
A "bill of lading" includes any shipping ID or document generated through automated T-Express or shipping systems, such as labels, barcodes, invoices or shipping documents, as well as any electronic copy.
Each shipment is shipped under the limited liability set forth here. If the sender shipment requires additional protection, it may be possible to arrange additional insurance costs. (For more information, see the following.) "T-Express" means any member of the T-Express network.

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Unacceptable shipments

A shipment is considered unacceptable if:
No required customs declaration has been submitted and issued in accordance with customs regulations.
This includes counterfeit goods, animals, bullion, currency, precious stones. Weapons, explosives and ammunition; Human corpse; Illegal items such as ivory and narcotics.
If this is the case with IATA, the International Air Transport Association (ICAO), the European Road Transport Administration (ADR, the European Road Transport Rules for Dangerous Goods (or other related organizations), "Dangerous Goods" ( Classified as dangerous goods, dangerous goods, prohibited and restricted goods.
Shipments whose address is incorrect or unspecified or whose packaging is defective or unsuitable for safe transport with normal care.
This includes other cases where, according to T-Express, it is not possible to carry the cargo safely or legally.

Deliverable and non-deliverable shipments

Shipments that can not be delivered to PO Boxes or postal code Shipments that are delivered to the recipient's address specified by the sender but not necessarily to the recipient. Which have the address of the central delivery place are delivered to the same place.
If the non-deliverable consignment is assumed as described in Section 2, or its value is less than the actual declared value in terms of customs declaration, or the identity and location of the consignee can not be identified or found, or the consignee from delivery or payment To avoid customs or other shipping costs, T-Express must make every effort to return the goods to the sender at the sender's expense. Otherwise, the consignment may be cleared, used or sold by T-Express without any obligation or liability to the sender or any other person, and after deducting the service and operating costs, the remaining sales revenue Return to sender T Express. Has the right to destroy any shipment that any law prevents the return of that shipment by T Express to the recipient, as well as any dangerous goods.


T-Express reserves the right to inspect the consignment without informing the sender for safety, security, customs or other legal reasons.

Shipping costs

T-Express shipping costs are calculated based on the actual weight or volume of each piece, and each piece may be re-weighed and re-measured by T-Express to confirm these calculations.
Shipper or consignee When T-Express is operated by the consignee, you must pay for all shipments or other financial costs or customs duties levied by T-Express for the service it provides or the costs that T-Express has for shipping the consignor or The recipient bears, pays. Payment of customs duties may be requested prior to shipment.
If T-Express uses its credit with the customs authorities or pays any customs duties on behalf of a recipient who does not have an account with T-Express, T-Express has the right to demand a fee.

Responsibility of T Express

1.6 The liability of T-Express for any air carriage (including side road transport or stopping on the route) is limited to the Montreal Convention or the Warsaw Convention, or in the absence of such a convention, to a minimum 1) current market value or declared value, or 2) 19 SDR special withdrawal fees per kilogram (approximately US $ 26.00 per kilogram). These restrictions should also apply to other types of shipping. Unless the cargo is transported by land, in which case the following limits will be valid
The value of T-Express express shipment to the International Convention on the Freight Transportation of Goods (CMR) is limited to the lowest value 1) The current market value or declared value, or 33.8 3) The special withdrawal fee per kilogram will be approximately US $ 14.00 per kilogram. Will be national actions.
If the sender considers these restrictions to be ineffective, the sender must prepare a special declaration regarding the value of the shipment, and an application for insurance will be made in accordance with paragraph 8, or the necessary arrangements for receiving insurance will be made.
T-Express liability is limited to losses and direct damage to shipments only and to a certain extent per kilogram in Section 6, other types of losses or damages (including and not limited to losses in profit, income, benefits or position). Futures trading, whether special or indirect losses or damages, will be exempt from this rule, even if the loss or damage has been heard by T-Express.
6.2 T-Express will take reasonable steps to deliver the goods according to the T-Express delivery schedule, but these plans are not mandatory and do not form part of the contract. T-Express is not liable for any damages or losses resulting from the delay, but for special shipments, the sender can claim compensation for the delay in accordance with the terms and conditions of the refund guarantee;


All claims must be submitted to T-Express within 30 (30) days from the date the T-Express received the shipment, otherwise T-Express has no responsibility. Claims are limited to one claim per shipment, which will be the full and final amount payable for all related losses or damages.

Cargo insurance

T-Express may be able to cover insurance related to loss or damage to the shipment if the sender informs T-Express that this includes completing the insurance section on the front page of the bill of lading or automated systems. It is T-Express and the customer pays the related premium. Cargo insurance does not cover losses or indirect damages or losses or damages resulting from delays.

Conditions beyond the control of T-Express

T-Express is not responsible for any loss or damage caused by circumstances beyond T-Express control. These include, but are not limited to, electrical or magnetic damage or the erasure of electronic images or data or photographs, information; Any defects or features related to the nature of the shipment, even if T-Express is aware of it; Any action or negligence by a person who is not employed by T-Express or is not a party to the contract - for example, sender, receiver, third party, customs or other government officials; "force majeure" such as earthquake, tornado, hurricane , Floods, fog, war, air accidents, sanctions, strikes, civil unrest or industrial action.

Guarantees and immunities provided by the sender

The sender is responsible for maintaining the immunity of T-Express against any loss or damage caused by the sender's failure to fulfill the following guarantees and obligations:
All information provided by the sender or his representatives is complete and accurate.
• Cargo is acceptable for transportation according to section 2 above;
• Cargo is prepared in safe places by trusted people and is available to unauthorized persons during preparation, storage and delivery to T-Express;
• The consignor has agreed to all applicable customs, import, export, data protection laws, sanctions, prohibitions and other laws and regulations.
• The sender has provided all necessary agreements regarding the personal data provided to T-Express, including the recipient information that may be required for shipping, clearance and customs delivery, such as email address and mobile number.


The shipper agrees to all routes and changes of routes, including the cargo may be shipped via routes where there is a temporary stop.

The ruling law

Any dispute relating to the terms and conditions of this contract shall, in favor of T-Express, be entrusted to a court of executive jurisdiction and governed by the law of the country of origin, and the sender shall submit to the jurisdiction of these courts without question, unless Be against the current law


The invalidity or impossibility of the implementation of any article of this contract will not affect other parts of these terms and conditions.

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