Prices, Conditions & GTC
The transport price depends on the route as well as the parameters of the “length” and “weight” of your loading unit. There may also be additional charges for services such as stabling or hazardous goods surcharges above and beyond the actual cost of transport.
If you are a forwarding agent or freight forwarder, we would be happy to quote a price for the transport you want. Please use our online enquiry form.
Transports with Kombiverkehr can be subject to incidental charges before, during or after shipment that are not included in the agreed transport price and are therefore billed separately. In principle, incidental charges are invoiced to the invoice recipient responsible for the transport.
Please also note the relevant versions of the Kombiverkehr price rules and the General Terms and Conditions of Business of Kombiverkehr for inland and international transports, which the staff of National and International Transport will send you on request.
On this page we give you a summary of possible additional services that may occur during the transport handling process.
You can find an overview of the storage terms and conditions on Transport > Terminals & Agencies. Here you will find a summary for each Terminal at the Terminal location map or you create your own PDF with all your relevant terminals with "Information as PDF". You find a guide for how this works at Downloads > Incidental charges.
Bunker Adjustment Factor (BAF)
Charges for order amendments / subsequent instructions
Charges for the removal of defects on loading units
Charges for transit consignments and offers from partner companies
Charges for veterinary and phytosanitary controls
Charges for supplementary crane and reloading operations
Charges for customs inspection and other officially prescribed controls and checks
Hazardous goods surcharges / Safety surcharges
Appropriate action must be taken if the customer retrospectively amends orders or if obstacles to shipment occur. Any expense incurred in this way is summarised under the general term "En-route costs". These costs are charged to the customer with the addition of handling fees.
Examples of these are:
- Charges for the removal of defects on loading units
- Charges for order amendments / subsequent instructions
- Charges for supplementary crane and reloading operations
- Charges for veterinary and phytosanitary controls
- Charges for customs inspection and other officially prescribed controls and checks
- Charges for the fuelling of cooling units and power supply points
The above examples are explained more fully under the relevant heading in this section.
Demurrage for the late pick-up of loading units with hazardous goods in DUSS terminals
In the case of Gateway traffic, only the end terminal is affected, in the case of transshipments (broken transports) the transshipment terminals are also affected.
For further information please refer to the sheet on "Incidental charges / Hazardous goods", which you will find in Downloads.