Here you will find Blue Water's General Conditions and a selection of laws applied in the transport and shipping industry
Blue Water Scandinavia operates in accordance with the conditions of the Nordic Association of Freight Forwarders.NSAB 2015 coming into force as per 1. January 2016
The Nordic Association of Freight Forwarders has, together with the Danish Chamber of Commerce and representatives of the industry's central organisations in the other Nordic Countries, negotiated the new general conditions NSAB 2015.
NSAB 2015 are, like the predecessor NSAB 2000, the underlying rules and regulations regulating the terms and conditions between the transport purchaser and the freight forwarder.
All existing agreements governed by NSAB 2000 will not be effected by the coming into force of NSAB 2015.
This means that NSAB 2015 will only apply for agreements entered into as per 1 January 2016 or later and only in case NSAB 2015 have been agreed between the parties.
All stevedoring is performed under the General Conditions of Danske Havnevirksomheder (DHAB 2007/DHAB 2016).
DHAB 2016 coming into force as per 31. January 2016
DHAB 2016 are, like the predecessor DHAB 2007, the underlying rules and regulations regulating the terms and conditions between port operator and client. All existing agreements governed by DHAB 2007 will not be effected by the coming into force of DHAB 2016.