Laws and regulations
Here it is possible to find information regarding laws and regulations used in connection with transport of goods
Incoterms is a set of trade clauses issued by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). Incoterms regulates seller’s and buyer’s rights and obligations under a commercial contract. On 1 January 2010, Incoterms 2010 replaced the previous Incoterms 2000. Incoterms 2010 describes the buyer’s and seller’s respective responsibilities in international trade.
Link to Incoterms 2010
General conditions of the Nordic Association of freight forwarders (NSAB) specifies the forwarding agent’s and the client’s rights and obligations, including the forwarding agent’s liability under other transport law conventions, amongst other things, CIM, CMR, the Hague-Visby Rules and the Warsaw Convention.
Link to NSAB 2015
Danish Harbour Operators’ General Conditions (DHAB) specifies the forwarding agent’s and the client’s rights and obligations, including the forwarding agent’s liability in relation to other transport law conventions.
Link to DHAB 2016
THE CMR CONVENTION
This convention applies to agreements on road transport of goods by vehicles between multiple states when the carriage is performed for remuneration and shall be carried out to or from Denmark or between foreign states of which at least one has joined the convention signed in Geneva on 19 May 1956 on freight agreements in connection with international carriage of goods by road.
Link to the CMR convention at Themis.dk
International transport – ADR 2017
European convention on international transport of dangerous goods by road, enacted since 1 January 2017.