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Allgemeine Deutsche Spediteurbedingungen (ADSp 2017)

ITG-GmbH Internationale Spedition + Logistik operates, if not otherwise fixed in written form, exclusively in accordance with the Allgemeine Deutsche Spediteurbedingungen 2017 (ADSp 2017, German Freight Forwarders' General Terms and Conditions 2017) and – if they do not apply for performing logistics services – with the Logistic-AGB (General Terms and Conditions of Logistics-Services Providers), as of March 2006. Note: In clause 23 the ADSp 2017 deviates from the statutory liability limitation in section 431 German Commercial Code (HGB) by limiting the liability for multimodal transportation with the involvement of sea carriage and an unknown damage location to 2 SDR/kg and, for the rest, the customary liability limitation of 8,33 SDR/kg additionally to Euro 1,25 million per damage claim and EUR 2,5 million per damage event, but not less than 2 SDR/kg.

We have placed here for download the actual version of ADSp (German Forwarders' General Terms and Conditions of Trading) issued by DSLV (German Forwarding and Logistics Association). We explicitly point to the limitation of liability according to ADSp.

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GTC Purchasing Transport Services

All of our transport orders are based on our general terms and conditions for the purchasing of transport services.

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Driver Instructions

For the safe execution of the transports ordered by us, we handover driver's instructions to the driver for taking note and consideration.

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Code of Conduct

For our employees our code of conduct is the mandatory guidance for ethically correct behaviour. It sets the rules which make sure that ITG is appreciated by customers and partners as well as by the employees as a reliable logistics service provider even in the future.

You can find hereafter a uniform declaration of commitment. As a subsidiary of LGI Logistics Group International GmbH these rules are also valid for ITG-Group.

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GüKBillBG (German Road Haulage Regulations)

The German Road Haulage Regulations oblige the consigner to a certain care concerning the control of the correct execution of haulage services.

ITG has taken measures in order to keep the administrational guidelines. You can download a respective confirmation here. This doesn’t discharge the consigner from his duties of control!

Confirmation just available in German language

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Logistik AGB (Logistics General Terms and Conditions)

ITG-GmbH Internationale Spedition + Logistik operates, if not otherwise fixed in written form, exclusively in accordance with the Allgemeine Deutsche Spediteurbedingungen 2017 (ADSp 2017, German Freight Forwarders' General Terms and Conditions 2017) and – if they do not apply for performing logistics services – with the Logistic-AGB (General Terms and Conditions of Logistics-Services Providers), as of March 2006. Note: In clause 23 the ADSp 2017 deviates from the statutory liability limitation in section 431 German Commercial Code (HGB) by limiting the liability for multimodal transportation with the involvement of sea carriage and an unknown damage location to 2 SDR/kg and, for the rest, the customary liability limitation of 8,33 SDR/kg additionally to Euro 1,25 million per damage claim and EUR 2,5 million per damage event, but not less than 2 SDR/kg.

Find hereafter the actual version of "Logistik-AGB", issued by DSLV (German Forwarding and Logistics Association).

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German Minimum Wage Law (Mindestlohngesetz)

On July 3rd 2014 the German Bundestag adopted the law to strengthen collective bargaining, whereby the minimum wage is also introduced. ITG GmbH Internationale Spedition + Logistik adheres to this law and provides for all clients a declaration of commitment.

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Data Privacy Statement

We process personal data in accordance with Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b) of the European General Data Protection Regulation (EU-GDPR) for the purpose of performance the existing contractual relationship as well as in the context of business handling and business initiation, in the event of voluntary consent according to Art. 6 para. 1 lit. a) EU-GDPR or to safeguard our legitimate interests pursuant to Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f) EU-GDPR. As the responsible party under Art. 4 para. 7 EU-GDPR, we would also like to inform you with this information on data protection when we store which data and how we use them.

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