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The insurance of goods is subject to special terms and conditions

  • Art objects and works of art
  • Precious metals, jewelry, bank notes, bonds
  • Cargo shipments, full or part loads: construction materials, cereals, flour, sugar, fertilizer, cement, wood, vegetable oil, etc.
  • Glass panes, crystal, glasswork
  • Perishable foods
  • Products under controlled temperatures
  • Vehicles and personal items
  • Alcohol
  • Live animals

Excluded from insurance cover:

  • Mobile phones
  • Cigarettes

Rules for calculating the volume/weight ratio

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EXPRESS

France and International
(L x l x h) / 5000

ECONOMY EXPRESS

France and zones A, B, C, F
(L x l x h) / 5000

Zones D, E
(L x l x h) / 5000

TRANSIT

Whatever the destination:

By air
(L x l x h) / 6000

By sea
(L x l x h) / 1000

By road
(L x l x h) / 3000
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Fuel Surcharge

Out of concern for transparency in the face of rising oil prices, especially kerosene, we believe it is important to clarify certain issues regarding fluctuations in fuel prices.

There seems to be no end in sight to this situation and air and road carriers are passing on these costs month after month. These rates are not final. For greater transparency, please see below a table that you can download which explains the calculation method we have been using since September 1, 2004.

The surcharge is based on the average monthly price of kerosene/aviation fuel (Rotterdam ARA) index published by the American Department of Energy..

The surcharge applies to all national and international shipments. We do, of course, remain at your disposal for any further information.

incoterms

Incoterms

“Incoterms” is a contraction of “International Commercial Terms”. These terms are regulated and published by the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris.
There are 11 incoterms, which determine delivery conditions.

Certain terms are used only for sea and/or river transport (FAS, FOB, CFR, CIF). The others are used regardless of the means of transport, including sea and/or river.

sprite-assurance

The insurance of goods is subject to special terms and conditions

  • Art objects and works of art
  • Precious metals, jewelry, bank notes, bonds
  • Cargo shipments, full or part loads: construction materials, cereals, flour, sugar, fertilizer, cement, wood, vegetable oil, etc.
  • Glass panes, crystal, glasswork
  • Perishable foods
  • Products under controlled temperatures
  • Vehicles and personal items
  • Alcohol
  • Live animals

Excluded from insurance cover:

  • Mobile phones
  • Cigarettes

Rules for calculating the volume/weight ratio

sprite-2

EXPRESS

France and International
(L x l x h) / 5000

ECONOMY EXPRESS

France and zones A, B, C, F
(L x l x h) / 5000

Zones D, E
(L x l x h) / 5000

TRANSIT

Whatever the destination:

By air
(L x l x h) / 6000

By sea
(L x l x h) / 1000

By road
(L x l x h) / 3000
sprite-3

Fuel Surcharge

Out of concern for transparency in the face of rising oil prices, especially kerosene, we believe it is important to clarify certain issues regarding fluctuations in fuel prices.

There seems to be no end in sight to this situation and air and road carriers are passing on these costs month after month. These rates are not final. For greater transparency, please see below a table that you can download which explains the calculation method we have been using since September 1, 2004.

The surcharge is based on the average monthly price of kerosene/aviation fuel (Rotterdam ARA) index published by the American Department of Energy..

The surcharge applies to all national and international shipments. We do, of course, remain at your disposal for any further information.

incoterms

Incoterms

“Incoterms” is a contraction of “International Commercial Terms”. These terms are regulated and published by the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris.
There are 11 incoterms, which determine delivery conditions.

Certain terms are used only for sea and/or river transport (FAS, FOB, CFR, CIF). The others are used regardless of the means of transport, including sea and/or river.