TNX Commercial Transport Terms

as of August 12, 2016

Carrier

All matches are final. There is no need to confirm matches. Just get in touch with the cargo owner to arrange pickup and delivery (see clause 1.2 of the Transport Terms).

You are responsible for your data accuracy. TNX relies on your about vehicles and drivers (see clauses 2.2 and 2.3 of the Transport Terms).

TNX does not absolve your usual legal obligations. You must maintain certificates of fitness, retain proper documentation, and ensure that drivers have the necessary licences and follow required health and safety procedures as mandated by law (see clause 4 of the Transport Terms).

When you are done with with the match, use the settle button in the app, or send an email to members@tnx.co.nz confirming the settlement (see clause 6 of the Transport Terms).

The contract for transportation is between you and the cargo owner. However, if you have any problems with the match, let us know. Either send us an email, or call (see clauses 4.3 and 11 of the Transport Terms).

TNX produces and sends all invoices in your name to the cargo owner, and gives you a copy for your files via email (see clause 8.2 of the Transport Terms).

All payments for your work comes directly from TNX within 7 days of you and the cargo owner agreeing on settlement (see clause 8.3 of the Transport Terms).

You are obliged to have $1 million in professional indemnity and $5 million in public liability insurance (see clause 10.3 of the Transport Terms).

Some performance failures on your part may result in claims that reduce the amount paid for a match (see Claims Schedule)

Cargo Owner

All matches are final. There is no need to confirm matches. Expect the haulier to get in touch with you to arrange pickup and delivery (see clause 1.2 of the Transport Terms).

You are responsible for your data accuracy. TNX relies on you giving us accurate information about the cargo and the sites, including all cargo weights and dimensions (see clauses 2.2, 2.3, and 3 of the Transport Terms).

Make sure to follow through on your obligations for the match, including granting access to the sites, packaging the cargo, preparing appropriate documentation, and assist or perform the loading and unloading when required (see clause 5 of the Transport Terms).

When the cargo has been delivered, use the settle button in the app, or send an email to members@tnx.co.nz confirming the settlement. We will send you an email when the haulier confirms. If we don’t hear back from you in by the end of the second following working day, we will automatically settle for you (see clause 6 of the Transport Terms).

The contract for transportation is between you and the haulier. However, if you have any problems with the match, let us know. Either send us an email, or call (see clauses 4.3 and 11 of the Transport Terms).

All of your invoices are issued by TNX on behalf of the haulier. You get a daily summary sent to you via email with all the details, and just have to pay TNX in line with the invoice. (see clauses 8.2 and 8.3 of the Transport Terms).

Important Note:

This document does not constitute a legally binding document and is produced solely for your convenience. Please refer to the TNX Transport Terms for the details of the legally binding document. The summary above should only be read, interpreted, used, and relied on together with the aformentioned TNX Transport Terms.