Warehouse – IWLA Terms and Conditions

Warehouse - IWLA Terms and Conditions

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  • Standard Contract Terms and Conditions for Merchandise Warehouses

  • Approved and promulgated by the American Warehouse Association, October 1968. Revised and promulgated by the International Warehouse Logistics Association, January 1998 and November 2008. Reviewed October 2015.

    ACCEPTANCE – Sec. 1
    a) This Contract, including accessorial charges that may be attached hereto, must be accepted within 30 days from the proposal date by signature of DEPOSITOR. In the absence of written acceptance, the act of tendering GOODS described herein for storage or other services by WAREHOUSE within 30 days from the proposal date shall constitute acceptance by DEPOSITOR. DEPOSITOR has had the opportunity to review and inspect the warehouse facility (“FACILITY”).

    b) In the event that GOODS tendered for storage or other services do not conform to the description contained herein, or conforming GOODS are tendered after 30 days from the proposal date without prior written acceptance by DEPOSITOR as provided in paragraph (a) of this section, WAREHOUSE may refuse to accept such GOODS. If WAREHOUSE accepts such GOODS, DEPOSITOR agrees to rates and charges as may be assigned and invoiced by WAREHOUSE and to all terms of this Contract.

    c) Any GOODS accepted by WAREHOUSE shall constitute GOODS under this Contract.

    d) This Contract may be canceled by either party upon 30 days written notice and is canceled if no storage or other services are performed under this Contract for a period of 180 days.

    DEPOSITOR agrees that all GOODS shipped to WAREHOUSE shall identify DEPOSITOR on the bill of lading or other contract of carriage as the named consignee, in care of WAREHOUSE, and shall not identify WAREHOUSE as the consignee. If, in violation of this Contract, GOODS are shipped to WAREHOUSE as named consignee on the bill of lading or other contract of carriage, DEPOSITOR agrees to immediately notify carrier in writing, with copy of such notice to WAREHOUSE, that WAREHOUSE named as consignee is the “in care of party” only and has no beneficial title or interest in the GOODS. Furthermore, WAREHOUSE shall have the right to refuse such GOODS and shall not be liable for any loss, misconsignment, or damage of any nature to, or related to, such GOODS. Whether WAREHOUSE accepts or refuses GOODS shipped in violation of this Section 2, DEPOSITOR agrees to indemnify and hold WAREHOUSE harmless from all claims for transportation, storage, handling and other charges relating to such GOODS, including undercharges, rail demurrage, truck/intermodal detention and other charges of any nature whatsoever.

    TENDER OF GOODS – Sec. 3
    All GOODS shall be delivered at the FACILITY properly marked and packaged for storage and handling. The DEPOSITOR shall furnish at or prior to such delivery, a manifest showing marks, brands, or sizes to be kept and accounted for separately, and the class of storage and other services desired.

    a) Unless otherwise agreed in writing, all charges for storage are per package or other agreed unit per month.

    b) The storage month begins on the date that WAREHOUSE accepts care, custody and control of the GOODS, regardless of unloading date or date of issue of warehouse receipt.

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