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Published by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Bernan Associates [distributor] in Luxembourg, Lanham, MD .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • European Union countries.

Subjects:

  • Containerization -- European Union countries.,
  • Freight and freightage -- European Union countries.,
  • Shipment of goods -- European Union countries.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementR. Asariotis ... [et al.].
ContributionsAsariotis, R., European Commission. Directorate-General Transport.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTA1215 .I49 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination42 p. ;
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6870298M
ISBN 109282878244
LC Control Number00400510
OCLC/WorldCa43953488

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Whereas the technical, commercial, and economic aspects of the international intermodal transportation have been adequately addressed in scholarly publications, the legal regime related to the liability of the intermodal carrier is still unpredictable, quite unreliable, and does not respond to the requirements of the intermodal transportation Price: $ Intermodal transportation and carrier liability. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities ; Lanham, Md.: Bernan Associates [distributor], (OCoLC) Intermodal transportation and carrier liability. DisplayLogo. Publications Office of the European Union. MainSearch Intermodal transportation and carrier liability EU publications. Publication metadata Download and languages. Available languages and formats. Available languages and formats. Although the principles of carrier liability are set forth in other sections of this text, intermodal and multimodal movements present special problems. Both terms mean the use of more than one mode of transportation for a shipment.

Book Description. This book provides an introduction to the whole concept of intermodal freight transport, the means of delivering goods using two or more transport modes, recounting both European experience and UK developments and reporting on the extensive political influences on this form of transport. intermodal transportation and carrier liability This paper presents the need for developing an integrated liability system in established and potential regulatory options, as well as possible key elements of such a by: 3. THE CARRIER'S LIABILITY IN INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT Paweł DROZDZIEL, Pavol KONDEK, Bibiana BUKOVA 1 Introduction The current increase in international shipments and the consequential number of lawsuits and decisions highlights the need for the knowledge of traffic rights of the Contracting States of the performed Size: 94KB. Intermodal transportation is the use of two or more modes, or carriers, to transport goods (freight) from shipper to consignee. Special standardized containers are used for intermodal transport of cargo on trucks, freight trains, and ships. These containers are large rectangular boxes, capable of being secured to special trailers.

The harmonization of intermodal liability arrangements 1. Introduction 2. Problems due to the lack of an international multimodal carrier liability instrument Problems regarding localized loss Some critical differences between the various regimes Uniform, network or modified system Fault-based or strict liability. This book provides an introduction to the whole concept of intermodal freight transport, the means of delivering goods using two or more transport modes, recounting both European experience and UK developments and reporting on the extensive political influences on this form of transport. In particular, the role of the Channel Tunnel in the development of long-haul combined transport operations between the UK and Europe is considered. Show less. This book provides an introduction to the whole concept of intermodal freight transport, the means of delivering goods using two or more transport modes, recounting both European experience and UK developments and reporting on the extensive political influences on this form of transport. Because the grounding is a typical marine risk, the liability of the road carrier (not sea carrier!) will be judged not under the CMR Convention but the Hague-Visby Rules, because they regulate maritime transport. In other words, the same road carrier that we contracted is still responsible for the loss, but on a different legal basis.