The provider of the Laneio online platform, is hereinafter referred to as a “Provider”. The buyer of transport services is hereinafter referred to as a “Buyer”. The transport supplier is hereinafter referred to as a “Transporter”. The Buyer and the Transporter jointly, are hereinafter referred to as the “Contracting Parties”. Any user of the Laneio online platform including but not limited to the buyer, the transporter, the
consignor, the consignee, is hereinafter referred to as “Each User”.
Ordering in the Laneio online platform
The Buyer can request a transport price which is instantly calculated and displayed, and hereafter the Buyer has the opportunity to issue a transport request. Immediately thereafter the Transporter receive the transport request with the transport price, including a markup for the Provider, and has the opportunity to take the order whereby an order confirmation is automatically issued to the Buyer, whereby a legally
binding contract between the Contracting Parties on the order is established.
The prices displayed on the Laneio online platform are dynamic, among other depending on distance and whether the geographical pick‐up and/or delivery location is highly or lowly frequented by transporters. When the Buyer issue a particular quote, then the price of this particular quote stays fixed. Subsequently, when the Transporter confirm an order, then the price of this particular order stays fixed. The prices on the
Laneio online platform are set at the discretion of the Provider. Liability of the Provider The Provider is solely an intermediary and thus the broker of the transport sales, and the transports are transacted on the individual Transporters behalf and at their risk. The Buyer cannot
therefore bring any claim against the Provider.
The Transporter is obliged to indemnify the Provider for any claim, including interest and costs, made against the Provider.
Dispute affairs, disagreements or claims against the Provider, directly or indirectly, must be settled at the Court of Kolding as the first instance and settled according to Danish law.
The Buyer receive an invoice from the Provider, containing the price and order details from the Laneio online platform, a non‐runner service surcharge if such a service was necessary to render to fulfill the order. In the event of an empty transport, a such will be charged to the Buyer if the circumstance leading to the empty transport was directly or indirectly caused by the Buyer or the consignor or the consignee. The Buyer agree that when an order is scheduled and the driving towards the pickup location is initiated, the Buyer is bound to pay fully for the service should it be interrupted by circumstances directly or indirectly caused by the Buyer or the consignor or the consignee.
The Transporter agree on Self Billing in connection with any sale, whereby the Provider issue a credit note to the Transporter, per completed order, containing the price and order details from the Laneio online platform.
The Buyer is obliged to notify the Provider if changes occur in the Buyers VAT registration circumstances, etc. If the Buyer receives an invoice that is not in accordance with the facts, the Buyer is obliged to notify the Provider hereof so that the Provider can correct the error.
The Transporter is obliged to notify the Provider if changes occur in the Transporters VAT registration circumstances, etc. If the Transport receives a settlement document that is not in accordance with the facts, the Transporter is obliged to notify the Provider hereof so that the Provider can correct the error.
The Buyer agree that the transaction and invoicing is in Euro and agree to pay in Euro. The Transporter agree that the transaction and invoicing is in Euro and agree to receive payment in Euro.
The prices displayed on the Laneio online platform are Net prices subject to additional Value Added Tax unless the transaction qualifies for EU Reverse Charge with Zero Rated VAT. Transportation terms Vehicle types accepted within the Laneio online platform are cars and light commercial vehicles. The Contracting Parties agree that the CMR terms, Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road, apply for both international and national transports. And in addition to this, the Transporter furthermore agree liable to an increased compensation limit, per vehicle, of maximum of EUR 100.000,‐ including eventual vehicle taxes embedded in the vehicle value. The Buyer must, on his own behalf, take additional insurance cover if the value of a vehicle value exceeds EUR 100.000,‐. The Contracting Parties agree to the use of Electronic Consignment Note, an electronic CMR document.
Electronic CMR document
The Transporter agree responsible for the creation of an electronic CMR document. The functionality to establish, create and finalize the electronic CMR document exist within an app, named Laneio, published by the Provider and to be downloaded on smart phone device from Apple App Store or Google Play. The app is an integrated part of the Laneio online platform and the processed electronic CMR document is archived
and available via the Laneio online platform and can be downloaded on demand by both Buyer and Transporter.
The Buyer agree to pay the full invoice amount to the Provider upon receipt of the invoice and based on the price and order details from the Laneio online platform, eventual non‐runner service surcharge or empty transport. Payment must be made by irrevocable transfer from the Buyer’s bank. The buyer agree not to deduct any amount, for whatever cause, from the Provider’s account receivable. The Transporter agree to receive payment by bank transfer from the Provider. If the Transporter has not fulfilled his responsibility of ensuring that a complete, valid and finalized CMR document has been properly established, the Transporter agree to refrain from entitlement to payment for the service rendered.
Vehicle condition prior to transport
The Buyer agree liable for himself and on behalf of the consignor that the state of the vehicle condition, prior to transport, meet all of these requirements:
• Engine can run at its own power
• Can drive forward and reverse at its own power
• Can roll seamlessly
• Steering is functional and wheels can turn seamlessly
• Foot operated wheel brakes and parking brakes are functional
• Gearbox can lock / transmission can lock in P
• Doors, bonnet, tailgate can close and lock
• Oil and liquid circuits are not leaking
• Driver seat is accessible
• Windows are intact or window openings are sealed securely for transport
• No parts can come off and create hazardous situations during transport
Access for carcarrier trucks The Buyer agree liable for himself and on behalf of the consignor and
consignee, that the pickup and delivery addresses are accessible for heavy goods carcarrier trucks with
trailer, also according to city low emission zones, road traffic regulations and parking rules.
The Transporter agree liable for himself and on behalf of any subcontractor which he might enter into agreement with in order to carry out a transport, that adequate valid insurance covers exist: • Liability insurance (freight forwarder liability insurance, carrier liability insurance) • Goods insurance • Occupational accident insurance (worker accident insurance) • Statutory motor liability insurance for the carcarrier truck The Buyer agree liable for himself and on behalf of the consignor and consignee that adequate valid general company liability insurances exist. It is recommended that the Buyer in general take insurance to cover the unfortunate incident where the responsibility for lost, vandalized or damaged goods cannot be placed.
Permits, licenses and authorizations
The Transporter agree liable for himself and on behalf of any subcontractor which he might enter into agreement with in order to carry out a transport that any permit, license, authorization or suchlike required by convention, law, legislation or similar to fulfill the order legally, is obtained and valid on the following levels; personal, company, staff, carcarrier truck.
Law, legislation and rules
The Transporter agree liable for himself and on behalf of any subcontractor which he might enter into agreement with in order to carry out a transport to comply with any authority law, legislation and rule including but not limited to: • Cabotage • Drivers’s hours • Size and weight of the carcarrier truck • Valid roadworthiness test of the carcarrier truck • Condition and equipment of the carcarrier truck such as braking ability, tire tread depth and mirrors
Use of the Laneio online platform
The Laneio online platform is offered to professional companies approved by the Provider who, by logging into the online platform, accept the terms and conditions. The Buyer and the Transporter has an opportunity to read through these terms and conditions before placing an order and accepting an order respectively.
The Provider provides the Buyer and the Transporter with user names and passwords (passwords can subsequently be changed by the user).
• The Buyer, the Transporter agrees to treat usernames and passwords confidentially.
• The Buyer, the Transporter also agrees not to allow unauthorized third‐parties to gain unauthorized access to the system.
If the Buyer or Transporter suspects that an unauthorized person has obtained access to user names and passwords, he must immediately inform the Provider of this in writing by e‐mail. Until the Provider has received such notification, the Buyer, the Transporter is responsible for transactions made in their name using the user name and password.
In the event where the Provider experience or suspect, that a user name has been used to utilize the Laneio online platform in any other way than the designated and intended purpose of the Laneio online platform, or Any User in any manner is violating these Terms and Conditions, the Provider is entitled to, without any further proof, evidence or notice, to terminate the access granted to the Laneio online platform and take other actions necessary to protect the Provider’s systems, the security and integrity of the Laneio online platform or in order to comply with legal requirements.
Ownership and content
Generally. By using the Laneio online platform, Each User will encounter Laneio Content, which includes all of the images, text, information, data, prices, audio, video, graphics, maps and other material included on or otherwise made available through the Laneio online platform, via either the Laneio Apps or the Laneio Website, excluding User Content. User Content, which includes all of the files, file structures, and other data that Each User present or submit to the Provider, or which the Provider must access, in order to provide the Laneio online platform services to Each User. Except as otherwise set forth in these terms and conditions the Provider do not claim ownership over any User Content, and Each User is solely responsible for any User Content that they present or submit to the Provider via the Laneio online platform or its services.
Ownership. All Laneio Content is owned by the Provider or its licensors, and is protected by European and international copyright laws, trademark laws and/or other proprietary rights and laws. As between Each User and the Provider or its licensors, the Provider or its licensors own and retain, solely and exclusively, all rights, title and interest in and to the Laneio online platform and its services, and all Laneio Content that
the Provider or its licensors create and that the Provider make available to Each User through the Laneio online platform and its services, including but not limited to any and all copyrights, trademark rights, trade secret rights, patent rights, database rights and other intellectual property and proprietary rights therein.
Laneio and all associated logos and the other trademarks, service marks, logos and trade names displayed on or in connection with the Laneio online platform and its services are the registered and unregistered trademarks and service marks of the Provider, its licensors or third parties domestically and/or in other countries. Each User’s use of the Laneio online platform or its services does not grant Each User any ownership over any Laneio Content, and except for the limited access the Provider grant Each User under these terms & conditions, Each User’s use of the Laneio online platform and its services does not grant Each User any license or permission under any copyright, trademark or other intellectual property rights of the Provider, its licensors or any third party. The Provider and its licensors reserve all rights not expressly granted to Each User under these terms & conditions.
Service and Content Access. The Provider grant Each User a limited, non‐exclusive, non‐sublicensable and non‐transferable access to use the Laneio online platform and its services as they are provided to Each User by the Provider, only as set forth in these terms and conditions and in the manner described here. Except as expressly permitted in these terms and conditions, Each User may not reproduce, distribute, adapt, modify, translate, create derivative works from, publish or otherwise use any portion of the Laneio online platform and its services or Laneio Content for any purpose without express prior written permission from the Provider or the applicable rights holder. Any commercial exploitation of the Laneio online platform and its services or Laneio Content without express prior written permission from the Provider or the applicable rights holder is strictly prohibited.
Salvatory clause If any provision in these terms and conditions is found by a court of competent jurisdiction (from which there is no appeal or, if there is, no appeal is lodged or any appeal is withdrawn) or arbitrator to be illegal or invalid that clause shall be deemed removed and the remainder shall be unaffected. The parties shall endeavor to agree an alternative clause having like effect, as a substitute for the provision that
has been removed.