NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CHARTERING To go further, all over France and Europe

We offer you the right solution at the right time and at the right price for your partial and complete batches by selecting reliable specialist partners in their respective regions.

And because your business has no borders, we also support you across the whole of Europe, thanks to the international expertise of our chartering team.

We offer you dedicated representatives, aware of the various French and European laws and constraints to ensure that your products are exported from your region to the furthest reaches of Europe.

Let’s consider together the solution adapted to your needs

FAQ Frequently Asked Questions

An activity that provides the carriage of goods by carriers, directly between the sender and the recipient, without prior grouping, without cross-docking, without transloading….

ADR stands for “Accord for dangerous goods by road”
This is an International Regulation covering all countries in continental Europe, including the Russian Federation.


  • SHIPMENTS < 3T: €23 the Kg by object with a maximum of €750 per package

Common Goods: €14 the Kg or €2300 per ton of gross weight (the lower of these two limits applies)

Common Goods: €23 the Kg (Shipment less than 3 Tons)

Goods under controlled temperature: €14 the Kg with a maximum of €4,000 /Ton

Invisible objects type contract: in the case of loss, spoiled goods or other damage (limit per shipment €60,000)


MBL: Maximum of 8.33 SDR per kg spoilt gross weight


Force majeure, robbery by assault, defective goods, fault of the sender, strikes and Lock-Out

Diesel tax for the road transportation of goods is calculated according to the evolution of the professional diesel index. Its amount is a percentage applied at the bottom of the invoice. It will apply on the amount of road transport carried out. The amount of diesel tax fluctuates from one month to the next.

To allow road freight carriers to take account of changes in the price of diesel in their selling price, the law of 5 January 2006 allows the diesel tax to be passed on.
This diesel tax must be negotiated between senders and carriers. The carrier reserves the right to revise this figure.

After the eighth paragraph of Article L. 441-6 of the Commercial Code, the following paragraph has been inserted: “In contrast to the provisions of the preceding paragraph, for the carriage of goods by road, for the hire of vehicles with or without a driver, for the transport commission as well as for the activities of the forwarding agent, sea and air freight agent, freight broker and customs broker, the agreed payment periods may in no case exceed 30 days from the date of issue of the invoice