RODYMAR has established its NVOCC services on 2011/2012 , started its services mainly in the Mediterranean Sea . As a fully-bonded and licensed Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC), RODYMAR provides shipping rates for major ocean carriers on a global scale. Through our NVOCC services, we can solve your company’s international shipping challenges, including ocean freight consolidations among Mediterranean Ports, and Less-than-Container Load (LCL) sailings .As a NVOCC (Non Vessel Owning Common Carrier) we have contracts and favourable rate agreements with a substantial number of major shipping lines. This allows us to offer competitive freight rates on .
RODYMAR has its own Containers , main Bills Of Lading , and it's Italtian registeration Shipping Code is “ ROD “.
RODYMAR has its professional and reliable Agency houses network
RODYMAR is an ISO registered company in both shipping and transportation fields (ISO 9001).
To help us achieve this, we have implemented and maintain a fully documented Quality Management System based on the internationally recognized standard ISO 9001:2008 Edition.
Our Quality Management System is designed to continually improve performance by identifying and addressing the needs of our customers. In order for us to achieve continual improvement, we have set and will maintain, review and where necessary revise, quality objectives with the aim of continually improving our performance.
Improving our overall performance throughout our operations is central to our continuing priority to ensure our customers receive both products and services of the highest standards possible. Achievement of customer satisfaction involves all staff and all employees are individually responsible for the quality of their work and are encouraged through dialogue to actively participate in understanding and meeting the needs of customers.
Rodymar Shipping Line & Agencies (ROD) regularly reviews its operations, as stipulated in the Quality Management System, to ensure compliance with the policy, with the continuing aim of meeting our customer requirements by actively improving our performance in accordance with the ISO 9001 standard for Quality Management.An ISO 9001 : 2008 accreditation (Certificate No. QA-D/EGY/9001/0212)
Rodymar Shipping Line & Agencies (ROD), is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company. A continual review on Quality Management Objectives and Processes is categorically linked to achieving specialization on service efficiency parameters which Rodymar comprehensively takes care of.
RODYMAR SHIPPING LINE
Bill of Lading Terms and Conditions
NON-VESSEL-OPERATING COMMON CARRIER (NVOCC)
1. DEFINITIONS “Carriage” means the whole or any part of the operations and services of whatsoever nature undertaken by or performed by or on behalf of the Carrier in relation to the Goods covered by this bill of lading including but not limited to the loading, transport, unloading, storage, warehousing and handling of the Goods and related documentary, customs and IT processes.
“Carrier” means Rodymar Shipping Line, an NVOCC and on whose behalf this Bill of Lading has been issued. "Carrier’s Agents" include, but are not limited to the agent which arranged the Carriage and/or issued this bill of lading and the agent in the country where the Goods are discharged and/or delivered. “Charges” includes freight, demurrage, detention costs and all expenses and monetary obligations, including but not limited to duties, taxes and dues, incurred by the Carrier and payable by the Merchant. "Consolidation" includes stuffing, packing, loading or securing of Goods on or within Containers and Consolidate shall be construed accordingly. “Container” includes any container (including but not limited to open top containers), trailer, transportable tank, lift van, flat, pallet or any similar article of transport used to Consolidate or facilitate the transport of such Goods. “Goods” means the whole or any part of the cargo received from the Shipper and includes the packing and any equipment or Container not supplied by or on behalf of the Carrier. “Hague Rules” means the provisions of the International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules relating to Bills of Lading signed at Brussels on 25th August, 1924, and includes the amendments by the Protocol signed at Brussels on 23rd February, 1968, but only if such amendments are compulsorily applicable to this Bill of Lading. “Hague-Visby Rules” means the Hague Rules as amended by the Protocol signed at Brussels on 23rd February, 1968. It is expressly provided that nothing in this bill of lading shall be construed as contractually applying the Hague-Visby Rules. “Holder” means any Person in possession of (or entitled to the possession of) this Bill of Lading. "Indemnify" means defend, indemnify and hold harmless, including in respect of legal fees and costs, whether or not the obligation to indemnify arises out of negligent or non-negligent acts or omissions of the indemnifying party. “Merchant” includes the Shipper and the Persons named in this bill of lading as consignee and notify party, the receiver of the Goods and the Person entitled to receive the Goods on notification by the Merchant, the Holder of this bill of lading, any Person owning or lawfully entitled to the possession of the Goods or this bill of lading, the Person on whose account the Goods are handed to the Carrier, any Person acting on behalf of any of the above mentioned Persons, including agents, servants and SubContractors. "Multimodal Transport" arises if the Carrier has indicated a place of receipt and a different place of delivery on the front hereof in the relevant spaces. "Package" where a Container is loaded with more than one package or unit, the packages or other shipping units enumerated on the face of this bill of lading as packed in such Container and entered in the box on the face hereof entitled "Total number of Containers or Packages received by the Carrier" are each deemed a Package. “Person” includes an individual, group, company or other entity. “Port to Port Shipment” arises where the Place of Receipt and the Place of Delivery are not indicated on the front of this Bill of Lading or if both the Place of Receipt and the Place of Delivery indicated are ports, and the Bill of Lading does not, in the nomination of the Place of Receipt or the Place of Delivery on the front hereof, specify any place or spot within the area of the port so nominated. “Shipping Unit” includes freight unit and the term “unit” as used in the Hague Rules and HagueVisby Rules. "Shipper" means the Person who tendered the Goods to the Carrier and any Person named as shipper in the bill of lading. “Stuffed” includes filled, consolidated, packed, loaded or secured. "Sub-Contractor" includes but is not limited to owners, charterers and operators of Vessels (other than the Carrier), stevedores, terminal operators, road, rail and air transport operators, ..........................Download Our Terms and Conditions