BEMAR, international logistics operator
Tools for international trade
Choosing the mode of transport is conditioned by factors such as the country of destination, the nature, value and volume of the merchandise and the planned delivery time.
BEMAR will advise you on the itinerary and the mode or combination of transport modes (intermodal transport, under a single transportation contract) that must be taken out for each leg of the journey:
the contract is formalized in the CMR consignment note, regulated by the CMR Agreement.
formalized in the CIM consignment note, regulated by the CIM Agreement.
regulated by the Hague Rules, the contract is formalized in the bill of lading.
regulated by the Montreal Convention, the contract is formalized in the air waybill (AWB).
Although most containerized goods travel by scheduled service container ships on transcontinental journeys, there are certain goods that travel by air (temperature controlled products, valuable products, live animals, spare parts, etc.), while transportation within the same continent is mainly done by truck or rail.
Although the casuistry is very diverse, in international transport there are some common elements:
BEMAR will advise you on the applicable legislation and regulations for each export or import transport operation, issues that concern the loading company exclusively:
There are aspects of logistics that it is important to assess and plan before taking on risks and responsibilities in the contract of sales, such as: