A csomagolás mikéntje olyan esetekben, amikor a Vevő erről nem rendelkezik
Seminar: Packing and Marking in Cases When the Buyer Does not Indicate in his Order
Student: Professor MacFarlaine, could you tell us about packing and marking in the absence of directions sent by the Buyer?
Professor MacFarlaine: In cases when the Buyer does not send his directions concerning packing and marking, the sender is free to use any markings that he find appropriate.
Student: And how about the big exporters?
Professor MacFarlaine: Big exporters usually have their own particular marking systems.
Student: I see. It sounds quite interesting!
Egy amerikai cég európai leányvállalatának Managere közvetíti a Vevő konkrét elvárásait az anyavállalat felé
A French Customer’s Needs in Terms of Packing
European Manager (Phil): Hello. This is Phil Collins. I’m calling from Amsterdam. Could I talk to John May?
Sales Director (John): Speaking. Hi Phil. How are you?
European Manager: I’m fine, thanks. You know, I’m calling, because I’d like to tell you about our French customer’s needs and expectations in terms of packing the goods.
Sales Director: Could you go into more details, please?
European Manager: Yes, Mr Corbusier wants to order 120 bottles of malt whisky from us.
Sales Director: Oh great! And what else?
European Manager: He wants the consignment to be transported by air. Moreover, he wants the bottles to be packed in corrugated boxes with two different notices on each. The first notice should refer to the contents of the boxes, and the second one should be the following: ‘Fragile. Handle with care. This side up.’
Sales Manager: OK. Could you send me an e-mail containing the destination and the price, please?
European Manager: Yes, of course.
Sales Manager: Thanks a lot! Bye!
European Manager: Not at all! Bye-bye!
MacFarlaine professzor rövid ismertetője a Megrendelő (vagyis Vevő) által megszabott csomagolással kapcsolatos feltételekre
Seminar: Packing, Marking and Liability Insurance
Professor MacFarlaine: First of all, I’d like to tell you about the importance of packing and marking. To avoid confusion the individual packages containing the goods to be transported must be clearly marked and numbered. It usually means that the name of destination and the initials of the person or firm that the goods are being sent to are written on the packages.
Student: Professor MacFarlaine, could you tell us about compensation that is to be paid in the case of losses while goods are being transported?
Professor MacFarlaine: Liability insurance is the only safe solution if we want to avoid endless court procedures. Liability insurance promises to pay any compensation and court costs that would have to be paid by the policy-holder without this policy in the case of losses caused to others during the time of transporting a consignment to its destination. This is the best solution if the sender of the goods, the carrier, and the customer want to avoid being hard hit by the financial consequences of such losses.
Student: Oh, it sounds interesting!