WORLDWIDE SHIPPING & FREIGHT FORWARDING
B M International is the preferred transportation and Logistics supplier to many of the world’s most demanding clients. The Organisation supports supply chain operations by building customized programmes from a complete range of capabilities i.e. Global Transportation, Regional Distribution, Inventory Control, Value Added services, Information management and supply chain solutions. Our comprehensive moving services offer packing, delivery, unpacking. In addition to moving, the Company offers long-term storage and packing. We have variety of services to meet everyone needs.
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INTERNATIONAL / DOMESTIC PACKING & MOVING
B M International move houses and professional people alike all over the country with no hassle and little cost involved. If you haven’t got a van full we can still cater for you.
B M. International offers door to door services for moving Nationwide. You don't have much, but you value what you've got, right? Rest assured your goods will be transported by experienced professional.

If you’re moving house, our team of professionals can take care of every aspect of your move with a fully flexible range of removal services to suit your budget and timing. B.M. International offers doors to door services worldwide with our professionally trained team.
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COMPREHENSIVE INSURANCE
Because of the declared value protection of your goods, you can move without stress. Our coverage plan enables you in case of damage to buy a substitute good which amount is equal to its declared value.
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INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS / ART WORK / DEMO
We are also specialized in handling exhibition, Private demo, Artwork & Conferences, to and from India, on door to door basis.
As a proven professional organization, we have categorized our specialized logistics services (on door to door) for : -
  • Relocations
  • Commercial consignments by air / sea.
  • Warehousing and 3PL
  • Special Project handling & moving OR • Sports Events .
  • Exhibitions/Events /Private Demonstrations/Road events/Seminars & Conferences Etc.
  • Artwork including packing, handling & storage
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HOME SEARCH
When moving to a new country, finding a right home is a high priority. With B M International we can make this process easier for the incoming transferee and family.
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FINE ARTWORK SHIPMENTS
We pack, crate, clear, store, ship & install fine art shipments
B M International provides full services, friendly, and customer oriented.
For more details please check http://translinkindia.com/
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WAREHOUSING & DISTRIBUTION COUNTRYWIDE
B M International offers a range of programs within customers' facilities. We can support by handling such tasks as labour, packing, designing, container stuffing and just-in-time deliveries.
We maintains conveniently located warehouse of 25, 000 feet in Gurgaon, Haryana. The storage is fully secured, insured and maintained as well as protected against fire and break in. The facilities are kept dry, clean and well ventilated to avoid dampness and pest controlled. All necessary preventative measures are taken to keep the facilities free of moths, rats and other vermin. The warehouse is fully insured with round the clock security.
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RECORD MANAGEMENT SERVICES (RMS)
In house storage of files and records often takes a lot of space and consequently costs a lot of money. The, often valuable, square meters could better be used for other purposes such as office space. Apart from this it takes a lot of time and efforts to set up and maintain a decent record management system and to really keep track of old files and documents. There is however a simple solution lets B M International manage your archives.

Our Records Management division has both the knowledge and the people to manage your archives in the most efficient way. All documents are sorted and packed in specially designed storage boxes, listed on special forms and recorded in a computer system that allows easy tracing. Access to your archives will be limited to selected employees of your organization and to our employees. As per client requests we can deliver any record, selected by them from the index list, within 24 hours, at a specially agreed rate. We also offers other services related to record management such as off site data storage that ensure the secure, safe and confidential storage of data whether it is be stored on tape, CD-ROM, DAT, DLT or any other media.
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PET HANDLING

B M International realise that the family pet can be, & often is, the single most important thing have to move. We have tailored our services to meet the needs. Import of Pet Animals: Domestic pets like dogs, cats, birds etc. are permitted to be imported.  Import of pets (dog & cat only) upto two numbers per passenger are allowed at one time subject to production of required health certificate from country of origin and examination of the said pets by the concerned quarantine officer.

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CUSTOMS CLEARANCE & DOOR DELIVERIES
LIST OF PROHIBITED ARTICLES
Narcotic drugs, Obscene book, Pamphlet, paper, drawing, painting, representation, figure, article or objectionable literature of any kind. Appliances the object of which is silencing of fire arms exotic wild life including articles made of Ivory. All weapons, firearms & ammunition require possession license.

CUSTOMS REGULATIONS for clearance of Household goods/personal effects (Imports) under TR (Transfer or residence)
  1. Person returning on a Bona fide transfer of residence (TR) to India after stay abroad for not less than two year can import USED personal Household effects free of duty subject to condition that the person:
    1). Has not made short visits to India, exceeding 6 months stay, during preceding 2 years. 2). Has not availed TR (Transfer of residence) concession in the preceding three years.
  2. In TR case customs duty has to be levied on following items:
    TV, DIGITAL VIDEO DISC PLAYER, VIDEO HOME THEATRE SYSTEM, MUSIC SYSTEM, MICROWAVE OVEN, DISH WASHER, AIR CONDITIONER, FRIDGE OF CAPACITY ABOVE 300 LITRES OR ITS EQUIVALENT, DEEP FREEZER, FAX MACHINE, WORD PROCESSOR, VIDEO CAMERA, PORTABLE PHOTOCOPYING MACHINE, GOLD OR SILVER IN ANY FORM OTHER THAN ORNAMENTS & CINEMATOGRAPHIC FILMS OF 35MM AND ABOVE.
  3. Single unit of each Items listed above is allowed to import in TR case at concessional rate of duty @ 15.45%
  4. Foreign nationals who come on employment or for permanent settlement can also avail TR facilities provided he/she holds minimum one-year residential visa. Consignee has to pay customs duty as per rates shown above.
  5. Only two litres bottle of Alcoholic Liquor and wine are permitted. 200 cigarettes or 50 Cigars or 250 gram Tobacco. If passenger brings more than free allowance then customs duty will be charged as per below:
    Cigarettes @ 153%
    Whisky @ 218%
    Wines and Beer @ 206%
  6. A foreign national residing in India can import duty free foodstuff excluding fruit products, Alcohol and Tobacco upto the CIF value of INR 100,000 in a year. In this case Indian customs will make the import entries in his/her passport.
  7. As per INDIAN customs rules & regulation unaccompanied baggage  (Air) must be dispatched within 15 days and incase of sea shipment within 30 days from the date of arrival of owner of goods in India (The delay may be condoned and the maximum is 60 days for air shipments and 90 days for surface shipments)
  8. Please be noted that there will be octroi on all import shipment to Mumbai (Bombay). Octroi is tax, which pertains to state government, which is charged after shipment is released from customs.
  9. Customs duty in NON -TR case (unaccompanied baggage) in excess of the permissible free allowance to be charged @ 36.05% on assessable value.
  10. (Quoted rates are prevailing. B.M. International Pvt Ltd is not responsible for any misprint or error or omission, any cost, damages, delay or other detrimental events resulting from non-compliance. Further note that customs regulations are subject to change at any time. The proceeding information is a brief summary of customs regulations applicable to household goods shipments and is being provided for general guidance to assist our agents & customers).

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR CLEARNACE OF USED PERSONAL & HOUSEHOLD GOODS (Imports)
(IMPORTS)
  1. Original Bill of Lading/AWB
  2. Owner’s passport
  3. Indian customs will not accept the descriptions “PBO” or “CONTENTS UNKNOWN” on packing list/inventory, therefore please ensure that brief description of goods is mentioned on packing list/inventory.
  4. List of articles with value and date of purchase
  5. Customs declaration forms duly signed by owner of goods (provided by our company)
  6. TR (Transfer of Residence) form duly signed by owner of goods (provided by our company).
  7. Diplomatic goods including car require exemption certificate issued to the Embassy/High Commission by the Ministry of External affairs (MEA), New Delhi along with copy of passport

IMPORTANT INFORMATION APPLICABLE ONLY ON IMPORT SHIPMENTS
  1. For speedy clearance please issue the Airway bill/Bill of Lading in the name of actual consignee and show our company name as notify party.
  2. Mention the actual name of party /consignee (owner of goods) in shipper column of AWB/Bill of Lading.
  3. For status control all original documents including Bill of Lading and inventory should be sent to us at our Head office address.
  4. INDIAN CUSTOMS will not accept the descriptions “PBO” or contents “Unknown” on a packing list/inventory. Each carton listed must include a brief description of contents.
  5. As per Indian Customs rules presence of passenger at POE/Airport of Entry is required along with his/her passport at the time of customs examination. 
  6. Incase of DIPLOMATIC shipment presence of passenger is not required at POE/Airport of Entry.
  7. Sealed container only for diplomatic consignments can move outside the port or ICD (Inland container depot).  For non diplomatic shipment goods will be cleared at port/Airport and will be transported by trucks to residence of consignee.
  8. The major customs airport or port or dry port in India are at New Delhi, Mumbai (Bombay), Madras (Chennai), Bangalore (Bengaluru), Cochin, Calcutta (Kolkata) & Hyderabad. 
  9. New Delhi, Bangalore and Hyderabad are dry ports. Cargo booked as FCL can only be cleared at these ports.  For LCL shipments please contact us for best POE. 
  10. Quoted customs duty rates are prevailing and are subject to change without any notice.
  11. Non-declaration and concealment of imported goods is an offence under the Indian Customs Act, which may result in confiscation. fines, penalties and even prosecution.
  12. Trafficking in Narcotic drugs like Heroin, Charas (Hashish), Cocaine or in Psychotropic substances is prohibited and is punishable with imprisonment.
  13. Import of firearms is strictly prohibited. Import of Cartridges in excess of 50 is also prohibited.  However, in the case of persons transferring their residence to India for a minimum period of one year, one firearm of permissible bore can be allowed to be imported subject to the conditions that:  the same was in possession and used abroad by the passenger for a minimum period of one year and also subject to the condition that such firearm, after clearance shall not be sold, loaned, transferred or otherwise parted with, for consideration or otherwise, during the lifetime of such person.  The firearms can be allowed in such cases on payment of applicable duty provided the passenger has a valid arms licence from the local authorities.
  14. Import of Pet Animals: Domestic pets like dogs, cats, birds etc. are permitted to be imported.  Import of pets (dog & cat only) upto two numbers per passenger are allowed at one time subject to production of required health certificate from country of origin and examination of the said pets by the concerned quarantine officer.
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CLEARANCE OF IMPORTED VEHICLE
Import of passenger cars, Jeeps, Multi utility vehicles possible for following categories against payment of full customs duty:
1. Individuals coming to India for permanent settlement after two-year’s continuous stay abroad.
2. Resident Indians presented with a car as an award in any international event, match or competition.
3. Legal heirs/successors of deceased relatives residing abroad.
4. Physically handicapped persons
5. Companies incorporated in India having foreign equity participation.
6. Branches/offices of foreign firms.
7. Honorary consuls of foreign countries on the recommendations of Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India.
8. Journalists/Correspondents of foreign news agencies having accreditation certificate with the press information Bureau, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting,
Government of India.

The Import will be subject to the conditions as under:
a). The payment for the vehicle is made abroad and such payment does not involve, directly or indirectly, any foreign exchange remittance from India except in case
of physically handicapped persons.
b). Only one vehicle shall be imported by the above categories except in the case of categories 5 and 6, which shall be entitled to import maximum of three vehicles.
c). Physically handicapped persons shall be entitled to import only specially designed vehicles suitable for use by handicapped.
d). Imports so made shall carry "NO SALE" condition of two years.

Condition for Import of Second hand or used Vehicles

The Import of second hand or used vehicles shall be subject to the following conditions:

  1. The second hand or used vehicles shall not be older than three years from the date of manufacture.
  2. The second hand or used vehicle shall have right hand steering, and controls, have speedometer indicating the speed in Kilometers and having photometry of the headlamps to suit “KEEP LEFT” traffic.
  3. Import of vehicles shall be allowed only through the customs port at Mumbai.
A Second hand or used vehicle shall mean a vehicle that a) has been sold, leased or loaned prior to importation in India or b) has been registered for use in any country according to the laws of that country, prior to importation into India.

Condition for Import of New Vehicles

The import of new vehicles shall be subject to the following conditions:

  1. The new vehicle shall
  2. have a speedometer indicating the speed in Kilometers per hours
  3. have right hand steering, and control
  4. have photometry of the headlamps to suit “KEEP LEFT” traffic and
  5. be imported from the country of manufacture
  6. In addition to the conditions specified in (a) above, the new vehicle shall conform to the provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and the rules made thereunder, as applicable, on the date of import.
  7. Whoever being an importer, who imports a vehicle into India shall
  8. at the time of importation, have valid certificate of compliance as per the provisions of rule 126 of Central Motor Vehicle Rules (CMVR), 1989 for the vehicle model being imported, issued by any of the testing agencies.
  9. Be responsible for all the provisions assigned to the manufacturer as per Rules 122 & 138 of CMVR, 1989 and for issuing form 22, as per provisions of CMVR 1989 and
  10. Give an undertaking in writing that the proof of compliance to conformity of production as per rule 126A of CMVR shall be submitted within six months of the imports. Incase of failure to do so, no further import of new vehicle of that model shall be allowed thereafter.
 The import of new vehicles shall be permitted only through the customs port at Nhava Sheva, Calcutta and Chennai.

Payment of Customs duty in free foreign exchange for import of cars and vehicles
It is clarified that in cases of Indian nations or foreign nations of Indian origin returing to India for permanent settlement or foreign born wives of Indian nations bringing vehicles into India under the Public Notice in this behalf, customs duty can be paid in rupees derived by sale of foreign exchange or by debit to their NRE/FCNR accounts held in India or out of the funds held in their RFC account. In such cases, the authorised dealers will have to issue a certificate to that effect for submission to the customs authorities.  It will also be in order for the authorised dealers to open and maintain special non-convertible accounts in the name of the above categories of persons with funds derived either by remittances from abroad or by debit to their NRE/FCNR/RFC account in India for the purpose of paying customs duty.  The certificates issued by authorised dealers should, however, bear a clear superscription that the same have been issued for submission to the customs authorities for payment of customs duty, after assessment thereof.

Import Duty of Motor Cars etc

Motor cars, Motor cycles and scooters whether new or old imported into India are chargeable to duty under Tariff Heading 87.03 and 87.11 on the basis of their list price prevailing in the country of their manufacture on the date on which a Bill of Entry is presented. However, trade discount and depreciation on the value are deducted from the price list but freight from the country of manufacture and insurance charges are added.  The landing charges are also added to this to arrive at the final assessable value.

CUSTOMS DUTY RATE FOR OLD VEHICLES

  1. Saloon cars: Customs duty @ 165% on assessable value
  2. Motor cycles/Scooters Basic duty 105% + Additional duty 16% (Total duty @ 137.80%)

CUSTOMS DUTY RATE FOR NEW VEHICLES

  1. Saloon Cars: Customs duty @ 108% on assessable value
  2. Motor cycles/Scooters Basic duty 20% + Additional duty 16% (Total duty @ 39.20%)

DEPRECIATION

Depreciation of old and used vehicle is calculated from the date of First Registration of the Vehicle to the date of shipment or the date of departure of passenger from the respective country, whichever is earlier.
For every quarter during 1st year @ 4%
For every quarter during 2nd year @ 3%
For every quarter during 3rd year @ 2.5%
For every quarter during 4th year and thereafter 2% subject to a maximum depreciation of 70%
PLEASE NOTE CLEARANCE OF CAR AT ICD (INLAND CONTAINER DEPOT), NEW DELHI IS POSSIBLE INCASE THE VEHICLE IS MEANT FOR DIPLOMATIC MISSION OR PERSON HOLDING DIPLOMATIC STATUS IN EMBASSY/HIGH COMMISSION. NO CUSTOMS DUTY WILL BE LEVIED ON DIPLOMATIC CARS IF EXEMPTION CERTIFICATE IS PRODUCED, ISSUED BY MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS BY GOVERNMENT OF INDIA.

FURTHER NOTE SUBJECT CUSTOMS DUTY RATE/DEPRECIATION FIGURES ARE PREVAILING AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT ANY NOTICE.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR CLEARANCE OF MOTORCYCLE/CAR (Imports)
  1. Original Bill of Lading
  2. Foreign Registration/Title of Vehicle and/or Invoice
  3. Manufacturers Invoice.  In the absence of which valuation as per available List price of the car would be resorted to.
  4. Declaration for import of cars to be filed with the other relevant documents for clearance (Format can be supplied on demand)
  5. Passport detailing date of departure and arrival in India and for endorsement of the “No sale condition”
  6. Affidavit duly notarised of INR 100 stamp paper (Format can be supplied on demand)
  7. Bankers Certificate for duty payment in Convertible Foreign Exchange
  8. Insurance Policy

(Quoted rates are prevailing. B.M. International Pvt Ltd is not responsible for any misprint or error or omission, any cost, damages, delay or other detrimental events resulting from non-compliance. Further note that customs regulations are subject to change at any time. The proceeding information is a brief summary of customs regulations applicable to household goods shipments and is being provided for general guidance to assist our agents & customers).
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OFFICE MOVE
Moving a business needs to be viewed as a mission critical event. During the office moving process, it probable some segments of your company will be essentially out of business. Files, computers, records and phone will be inaccessible. Your staff may not be able to access the tools they require to serve your customers needs. Can you afford to trust your future to a company that may not perform? B M International does commercial moving too and has built business on reputation for excellence.
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CUSTOM DUTY
1              Saloon car basicDuty @ 165% on assessable value. (Old car)
2              Motor cycle 105% + Additional duty 16% (Total duty @ 137.80%) (old car)
3              cigarettes  duty 153%
4              whisky  duty 218%
5              wine and beer  duty 206 %
6              saloon car new car  duty 108% on assessable value
7              Motor cycle 105% + Additional duty 16% (Total duty @ 137.80%) (old car        
8              Duty on TR 15.45 %
9              Non TR 36.05 % 
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USEFUL INfORMATION
ELECTRICITY
 
Electricity 220-240 volts AC
 
 
 
TIME DIFFERENCE
 
Official time difference is GMT +5 1/2 hours through out the year (USA, EST+10 1/2 hours). In India no different time zones in all twenty eight states and seven union territories.
 
 
 
LANGUAGES
 
The principal language is Hindi while English is secondary official Language.
 
 
 
MEDICAL FACILITES
 
The Indian healthcare industry is seen to be growing at a rapid pace.
Facilitates available in India are highly effective, quality medical treatments and surgery procedures at world-class. Private hospitals and clinical facilities are available through out all major cities in India. The discounted surgical operative procedures are performed by qualified, experienced and renowned doctors; board certified surgeons and government registered physicians at low-costs. The people who are not covered by health insurance can get the inexpensive elective surgeries abroad in India. The advanced medical technology used by the health care centers in Indian cities is a cheaper option for the overseas uninsured, underinsured, self insured and self pay individuals.
 
 
 
OFFICAL CURRENCY
 
The official currency of the Republic of India is the Indian Rupee (INR)
The new Indian rupee sign is ``

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Collection of your Personal Information: 

We will collect personally identifiable information, such as your e-mail address, name, home or work address or telephone number, demographic information, such as your ZIP code, age, gender, preferences, interests and favourites. This information is collected to make the site more user friendly.

Use of your Personal Information: 

B.M.International collects and uses your personal information to deliver the services you have requested online and also to inform you of other products or services available from us. We do not sell, rent, disclose or lease our clients’ sensitive personal information to other parties. We will only disclose your personal information, without notice, if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief. 

Security of your Personal Information 

B.M.International strictly protects the security of your personal information and honours your choices for its intended use. We carefully protect your data from loss, misuse, unauthorized access or disclosure, alteration, or destruction. We secure your personal information from unauthorized access, disclosure, loss, misuse, alteration or destruction.

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Terms & Conditions

 

STANDARD TRADING CONDITIONS FOR INTERNATIONAL & DOMESTIC HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS SHIPMENTS
Services Provided By B.M.International (Subject to detailed arrangements agreed with individual clients)

Origin Services: Provision of suitable packing materials, packing, wrapping and protecting all items for shipment including listing and labeling, Provision of steamship container/shipping lift case(s) and/or storage containers. Loading and packing all items, preparing and distributing all necessary documentation and instructions.

Transportation Services: Arranging and paying for all en route transportation by land, sea and/or air including port handling charges, bunker, congestion and currency exchange surcharges, attending to customs export formalities.

Destination services: Attending to customs clearance formalities at destination, providing inland transportation, co-ordination of delivery services, unloading shipment and unpacking, setting up and reassembling furnishings, disposing of packing materials.

Storage Services: Goods that are being “left behind” are treated as a separate shipment, packaged and loaded into storage containers/lift vans and held in a secure warehouse until the owner returns and delivery and unpacking is required, Storage charges are based on a one time charge for preparation and transportation to the storage warehouse; a monthly charge for storage and further one time charge for delivery out. Storage Insurance is available at an additional charge.

Exclusions: Quoted rates unless specified exclude customs duties and govt. taxes, demurrage and detention charges, delivery above 4th floor, piano & heavy lifts, en route storage, abnormal destination access and services of specialized tradesmen.

Validity: Quote is valid for 90 days, from date of submission.

Payment Terms: Unless specified or otherwise contracted for Sea shipments on production of shipped on board certificate and before release of bill of lading, for air shipments on handing over shipment to airline.

1. Jurisdiction:
The company (B.M.International) and the Owner agrees that this transaction shall be governed by the laws of the State of Delhi.

2. Company's Liability:
The Company's liability shall be limited to the value of the actual loss or damage to a maximum liability of Rs. 25 per Kg per article, piece or package with the exception of Boats, Automobiles, or other motorised vehicles, for which the maximum liability is Rs. 9 per kg. The Owner may elect to complete a valued inventory of his goods and purchase All Risk Insurance arranged through the Company, in which event coverage will increase to the values so purchased and the terms and conditions of the Insurance Policy will apply. The client is to ensure that a valued inventory list is provided and insurance application form completed before the shipment is picked up from the residence and that premium is paid. If no application is completed, it will be presumed that the client does not require insurance to be arranged through the company. 

3. Exclusions:
The Company will not be liable for the following losses or damages:
(a) Loss or damage caused by wear and tear, dampness or atmosphere, extremes of temperature, deterioration, moth or other insects, inherent vice and hidden or internal damage to goods not packed or unpacked by the Company or its,agents.
(b) Loss or damage to documents, accounts, specie, bills, currency, money, notes, securities, jewellery, watches, precious stones, furs or any similar items.
(c) Breakage, chipping, marring, denting or scratching unless the item is packed by the Company or its agents.
(d) The contents of packages and articles in drawers of furniture unless packed by the Company or its agents. 
(e) Mechanical or electrical malfunctions of items with electronic or mechanical components such as entertainment or household appliances, computers, auto- mobiles or other vehicles or boats unless evidenced by external damage to such items. 
(f) Piano tuning. 
(g) Deterioration or injury to perishable foods, plants, congoleums of linoleums. 
(h) Damage to waterbed mattresses however caused. 
(i) Delays caused by faulty or impassable highways; lack of capacity of any highway, bridge, ferry or caused by breakdown or mechanical defect of vehicles, vessels or aircraft. Goods placed in storage are stored at owner's risk. Storage rates do not include insurance. 

4. Beyond Reasonable Control:
The Company is not liable for loss, damage or delay caused by an act of God, public enemies, riots, strikes, acts or defaults of the Owner, the authority of law, quarantine, failure of any carrier en route, the costs of marine general averages or any cause beyond the Company's reasonable control. 

5. Absence of Owner or his Agent at Loading or Delivery:
Where, through no fault of the Company, the final carrier is unable to effect delivery to the Owner or at the Owner's request the shipment is stopped and held en route, the goods may be kept at a public, licensed warehouse, subject to reasonable charges for storage and there held at the risk of the owner, without liability to the Company and Subject to a lien for all freight and other lawful charges including a reasonable charge for storage. 
Where the Company is directed to take property from a place or places at which the owner, or his agent, is not present, the property shall be at the risk of the owner. Similarly, goods shall be delivered at owner's risk at places where no authorised person is present to receive and sign for the shipment. 

6. Rights of Subrogation and Payment of Lawful Charges:
The Company is entitled to recover from any shipping line, air line, rail, road carrier or warehouseman involved in this contract, the amount of any loss, dam- age or injury that it may be required to pay hereunder, caused by or resulting from their handling of the goods. Loss or damage en route shall not relieve the owner from the Owner's obligations hereunder to pay freight and all other lawful charges accruing from the moving and or storage services.
7. Explosives and or Dangerous Goods 
Any person, whether as owner or agent, shipping or storing explosives or dangerous goods without previous full written disclosure of their nature to the Company or its agent, shall indemnity the Company against all loss, damage or injury caused thereby and the goods may be warehoused at the risk and expense of the Owner. 

8. Storage of Household Goods 
(a) The Owner agrees 
(1) To notify the Company within 2 days from the date of pick up, of any goods not listed on the receipt. Failing such notification, the Company shall be responsible only for the goods listed on the inventory. 
(2) To notify the Company in writing and within 30 days of any change in address. 
(3) To pay all or any charges for storage services as provided in this Agreement. Storage charges shall be assessed monthly or quarterly in advance of each month or quarter or part thereof. Accounts are payable forthwith when invoiced and thereafter, subject to a service charge of 2% per month on a monthly compound basis. 
(b)Written notification of any adjustment to monthly storage charges will be provided 90 days in advance; 
(c) The Company reserves the right: 
(1) To transfer the goods stored hereunder to any other Company or agent's warehouse within the local region. Such transfer will be at the Company's expense and subject to providing the Owner with written notification of the change. 
(2) To terminate the storage contract by providing the Owner with 90 days written notice. In the event that the Owner fails to remove the goods in the time specified then the Company may do so at Owner's expense. 
(3) To require seven (7) days written notice of intended total removal of goods from storage or of any access for examination or partial removal. Delivery and or access charges are in addition to monthly storage rates and will be charged at the rates prevailing at the time. 
(d) The Company shall have a general lien on any and all property deposited with it. In the event that storage and other related charges are not paid when due, and after the required notice to the Owner and public announcement, the goods shall be sold at public auction, as required by law, with the proceeds going firstly to pay accrued storage and related charges and the expenses incurred in the sale of the goods. 

9. Claims 
Any and all claims for loss or damage to the goods shall be submitted to the Company. Initial written notification of such loss or damage must be reported within 15 days of delivery of the goods. A full written report, setting out the detail of the claim, including estimates of the amount claimed must be submitted to the Company within 30 days of full delivery. In the absence of these notifications the Owner hereby waives and agrees to waive all claims for loss or damage. Claims for missing items will only be reviewed if the shortages / loss is noted on the delivery document / receipt at the time of accepting delivery from the Company or its representative/agent. 

10 . Imports 
When the Company acts as a sub-contractor to deliver imports the Terms and Conditions covering such shipments are those contained in the contract between the Client and the Originating Mover.

11. Contract 
These terms and conditions taken along with the information provided on the quotation shall represent the entire agreement.