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DPD Manual
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DPD Manual Classic-Service / Express-Service
DPD Manual
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            Contents
            Foreword                                                                                        1
            PART A. DEFINITIONS                                                                             2
               1.    What do all these logistics terms mean?                                                2

            PART B. THE SHIPPING OF PARCELS                                                                 4
               2.    Geodata en login codes                                                                  4
               3.    How does the pickup of a Parcel at an address in the Netherlands work?                  6
               4.    How does the delivery of a Parcel through DPD Classic Services work (transportation by
               road)?                                                                                        7
               5.    How does delivery of a Parcel through DPD Express Services / DPD Guarantee
               (transportation by road) work?                                                                8
               6.    How does the delivery of a Parcel through DPD Classic Intercontinental / DPD Express
               (transportation by air) work?                                                                10

            PART C. PARCELS                                                                               12
               7.    What are the minimum requirements for a Parcel?                                       12
               8.    Which dimensions / weight can a Parcel have?                                          13
               9.    Which Parcels are not / cannot be processed?                                          14
               10.   Can you offer Limited Quantities of dangerous goods for transportation?               16
               11.   Which documents are relevant?                                                         17

            PART D. CLAIMS                                                                                18
               12.   Which information does DPD need to process a claim?                                   18
               13.   When is an advance deposit by you required?                                           20

            PART E. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND HARDWARE                                                    21
               14.   Who is the rightful claimant to the intellectual property and hardware?               21

            PART F. OPTIONS                                                                               22
               15.   Option: Pickup                                                                        22
               16.   Option: return shipment through Easy Return Service                                   24
               17.   Option: Predict                                                                       25
               18.   Options: Saturday Delivery                                                            26
               19.   Option: C.O.D. (Cash on Delivery)                                                     27
               20.   Option: Collection Request                                                            28
               21.   Option: Higher Insurance                                                              29
               22.   Option: C.U.D. (Collection upon Delivery)                                             30
               23.   Option: ID Check                                                                      31
               24.   Option: Pallet Administration                                                         32

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                     Foreword
                     Flexibility is the cornerstone of the Services DPD provides and is of the utmost importance to her principals.
                     That is the reason why DPD has developed this comprehensive manual, which contains the details and
                     processes with regards to our logistic solutions and the possibilities we offer to our principals. These processes
                     allow for a large number of combinations, by which you can chose your own tailor made products which suit
                     your exact needs.

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                     PART A. DEFINITIONS
                     The logistics sector uses a great number of terms and concepts which are unfamiliar or unknown to the
                     ‘outside world’. For that reason, all terms are used in the DPD Manual are defined below. When a term is used
                     in the text, it will be recognisable by the first letters being a capital letter.

                     1. What do all these logistics terms mean?
                        1.1. ADR: the most recent version of the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of
                              Dangerous Goods by Road and the guidelines as published by the Publication Series Dangerous
                              substances (in Dutch: Publicatiereeks Gevaarlijke stoffen), including related regulations. The ADR is
                              statutory law for all contracts of carriage which DPD concludes with Carriers on your behalf.
                        1.2. Carrier: any legal entity or natural person who is commissioned by DPD for the carriage of Parcels.
                        1.3. Chemical Substance: any substance falling within the scope of the latest version of the Substances
                              Directive (Directive 67/548), the European REACH regulation (regulation 1907/2006) and the
                              Regulation on the export and import of dangerous chemicals (Regulation 689/2008 EC).
                        1.4. CMR: the 1956 Convention on the contract for the international carriage of goods by road. The CMR
                              is statutory law for all international contracts of carriage by road which DPD concludes with Carriers
                              on your behalf.
                        1.5. Consignee: the legal entity or natural person to whom the Parcels are to be delivered by the Carrier.
                        1.6. C.O.D. (Cash On Delivery): the delivery of Parcel by a Carrier against payment by the Consignee to
                              the Carrier, which the Carrier accepts on your behalf.
                        1.7. DPD: DPD (Nederland) B.V., a company organized under the laws of the Netherlands with limited
                              liability, whose corporate seat is in Best (5684 PK) at the Tormentil 10, the Netherlands, registered in
                              the Trade Register of the Chamber of Commerce under number 09118128.
                        1.8. Forwarding (activities): the conclusion of contracts of carriage with Carriers, or the drafting of a
                              clause in one or more of such contracts of carriage on your behalf.
                        1.9. Geodata: a digital file which contains information such as but not limited to the name and address
                              information of the Consignee as well as the Options.
                        1.10. Legal Provisions: any administrative decision, any treaty, convention, law and any (other) regulation
                              from an international, national or local government body or authority, which is applicable to the
                              Services.
                        1.11. Limited Quantities: the carriage of dangerous goods in Limited Quantities in accordance with the
                              provisions of the ADR.
                        1.12. Parcel: the container with contents made available by you to DPD.
                        1.13. Pickup: pickup points of DPD in Europe, whether a local pickup ParcelShop, a self-service pickup
                              station, or a full-service pickup store, where Principals and Consignees can collect or return their

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                                Parcels.
                          1.14. Parcel Label: the label with instructions which shall be attached to the Parcel.
                          1.15. Procurement Value: the value (stated on the invoice) of the Parcel at the moment the Parcel came
                                into the (economic) possession of the Principal, minus a write-off percentage of (depending on the
                                nature of the Parcel) 10% to 20% per year.
                          1.16. Proof of Delivery: any notice, statement or remark by the Consignee or a representative of the
                                Consignee, from which is apparent that the Parcel has been received by the Consignee. An
                                analogue or digital signature as meant in article 3:15a of the Dutch Civil Code (Burgerlijk Wetboek),
                                or an accepted Quick Response (QR) code, pin code or written permission from the Consignee to
                                deliver the Parcel to a certain location for pickup, all constitute as Proof of Delivery.
                          1.17. Principal (or ‘you’): the principal of DPD in the Services Agreement.
                          1.18. Service(s): the entirety of the Forwarding (activities), the performance of storage and handling
                                operations and the organisation thereof.
                          1.19. Software: all software (applications and modules) DPD uses, amongst which myDPD/DelisPrint,
                                Geodata, future updates, changes, bug fixes, and patches which are applicable to the software
                                (modules). In the DPD Manual the use of the word ‘Software’ may refer to a specific aforementioned
                                software application.
                          1.20. Transit Document(s): the (air transportation) consignment note, distribution list, CMR list, the
                                Geodata or the Parcel Label whereby the Carrier acknowledges the receipt of a Parcel and obligates
                                himself to the delivery thereof.
                          1.21. Transit Time: the time between the consignment of a Parcel to the Carrier and the delivery to the
                                Consignee.

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                     PART B. THE SHIPPING OF PARCELS
                     2. Geodata and login codes

                     Creating a Parcel Label

                          Step 1. You must ensure that the Parcel meets the requirements as recorded in Part C of the DPD
                                  Manual.
                          Step 2. You must use the Software made available by DPD (myDPD or DelisPrint) to create a Parcel
                                  Label per Parcel (in accordance with specifications provided by DPD) and enter the following
                                  data: the shipping and delivery location (this cannot be a PO box), the country code, the desired
                                  product, the weight of the Parcel, the desired Options, the name and the (preferably mobile)
                                  phone number of the Consignee.
                          Step 3. After the above data has been entered, the completed Geodata is automatically sent to DPD by
                                  means of the Software, provided you have a working internet connection, after you have pressed
                                  the ‘end of day’ button. If the Geodata is not received by DPD, DPD cannot perform the Services.
                          Step 4. After the Geodata is sent to DPD, you must print the Parcel Label and attach it to the Parcel in
                                  such a way that the label cannot be separated from the Parcel. Parcel Labels are processed
                                  electronically and must be undamaged and the printed text must be readable. Any information
                                  written on the Parcel Label, such as stickers with further instructions or extra information cannot
                                  be processed and is therefore not a part of the agreement with DPD.

                     Please take notice!
                     If you don’t want to use the Software made available by DPD (myDPD or DelisPrint) to create Parcel Labels,
                     you are to send a test Parcel Label made with your own software to DPD. Provision of Services is subject to
                     prior approval by DPD of the test Parcel Label. Due to continuous development of software/computerization
                     DPD may change the requirements of Parcel Labels.

                     Postal code table
                     The postal code table is necessary in order to have the Parcels send to the right addresses and requires
                     updating three times per year, but this may vary. If you use myDPD the postal code table will be updated by
                     DPD automatically. If you use DelisPrint you are to approve updates in the online application by checking the
                     ‘approve update box’. If you use your own software to create Parcel Labels you are to update the postal code
                     table yourself. DPD will inform you when updating is necessary. After you have updated the postal code table
                     you are to create a test Parcel Label. Provision of further Services is subject to prior approval by DPD of the
                     test Parcel Label. If you have questions you can contact our Customer IT.

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                     Login codes
                     The login codes for myDPD/DelisPrint (and any other Software) which are provided to you are strictly personal.
                     You are not allowed to disclose the login codes to third parties or have third parties use these login codes,
                     unless DPD has consented explicitly and in writing.

                     Higher costs
                     DPD retains the right to invoice a surcharge if the Parcel Label/the Geodata has not been properly created /
                     entered / filled in. For example when a B2B Parcel label has been created while a B2C Parcel label should
                     have been created.

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                     3. How does the pickup of a Parcel at an address in the Netherlands work?

                          Step 1.     The Parcel Labels must be created through myDPD/DelisPrint and attached in such a way that
                                      the Parcel Label cannot be separated from the Parcel on the day the Parcel is scheduled for
                                      pickup. The entire shipment of Parcels must be accompanied by a waybill drafted by you. The
                                      waybill must state that DPD is the consignor.
                          Step 2.     The Carrier will only pick up Parcels once a day, regardless of the amount of the Parcels
                                      scheduled for pickup. DPD and you can mutually agree otherwise.
                          Step 3.     The Carriers work on the basis of a strict schedule and therefor drive on the basis of the same
                                      predetermined routes. If a specific timeframe for the pickup of Parcels is agreed upon, the Parcels
                                      must be ready for pickup at the beginning of – and during – this timeframe. The Parcels must also
                                      be accompanied by a waybill, which is to be signed by the Carrier during pickup. Due to the strict
                                      schedule, Carriers will only pick up Parcels made available to them on the side of a public road or
                                      on the premises of the pickup address at a location designated and suitable for the loading of
                                      goods.
                          Step 4.     The loading of the Parcels may be a precarious process. For that reason, you must supervise the
                                      loading, and you are responsible for the Parcel(s) during this time.
                                      Please take notice! If the Parcels are provided in a self-loaded container, the number of Parcels
                                      scanned in the DPD-depot is considered to be the number of Parcels provided to the Carrier,
                                      unless proof of the contrary can be provided. This also applies if the Carrier has signed a waybill
                                      on which a different number of Parcels is indicated.
                          Step 5.     Logistics require thinking ahead and planning. As such, it is not possible for a Carrier to pick up
                                      more Parcels than agreed upon between DPD and you. If there are no, or less, Parcels than
                                      agreed upon available for pickup, then the Carrier will assume that there are no, or fewer, than the
                                      agreed upon Parcels available for pickup. The Carrier will not contact you in these situations. You
                                      will need to provide DPD with a new order, after which DPD will assign this new order to a Carrier.
                          Step 6.     The Carrier will deliver the Parcel to a DPD depot, where the Parcel Label is then scanned. DPD
                                      and you will consider the amount of Parcels scanned at the DPD depot as the amount of Parcels
                                      received by the Carrier. This is also the case if the Carrier has signed a waybill which states a
                                      different number of Parcels, unless evidence to the contrary is provided.

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                     4. How does the delivery of a Parcel through DPD Classic Services work (transportation by road)?

                     Change of address/delivery date?
                     Prior to the first delivery attempt by a Carrier, both the Consignee and you may inform DPD of a new delivery
                     address or delivery date. However, any delay such changes cause shall be for your account.

                     Safety
                     The safety of Carriers is of great concern for DPD. As such, no delivery will be made to premises which have
                     specific (safety) requirements to enter, such as the wearing of protective gear at a construction site and the
                     searching of visitors at prisons.

                     Delivery attempts
                     Consignees aren’t always at home when a Parcel arrives. That is why the Carrier will attempt to deliver a
                     Parcel at least once, and a second or third attempt will also be made to Consignees in the Netherlands, unless
                     DPD chooses a different method for delivery of the Parcel. In case of cross-border carriage, the number of
                     delivery attempts may vary. If a delivery attempt is unsuccessful, then DPD may choose a different method at
                     its sole discretion. You will not receive a refund if a delivery attempt is unsuccessful.

                     Not at home?
                     If during the first delivery attempt no one is found to accept the Parcel at the address of the Consignee, the
                     delivery address may be changed on the initiative of DPD, or at the request of the Consignee or you, to a
                     different address within the Netherlands, such as a Pickup. After the Parcel has been delivered by the Carrier
                     to a Pickup (see paragraph 15 for your options), no further change of address requests can be made. If a
                     delivery attempt is unsuccessful, the Carrier may also deliver the Parcel to one of the neighbouring addresses,
                     after which the Carrier is deemed to have met his obligation to deliver the Parcel. The Carrier will, of course,
                     notify the Consignee of the delivery.

                     Delivery of the Parcel
                     Delivery by the Carrier at the address of the Consignee occurs by issuing the Parcel to any person who has
                     reached the age of majority and is willing to accept the Parcel at the side of a public road or on the premises of
                     the address of the Consignee or at the location designated for the delivery. The Carrier is not under any
                     obligation to determine the age of the recipient and whether the recipient is authorised or competent to receive
                     the Parcel. In the logistics sector it is important that the right documents are signed. As such, you guarantee
                     that the Consignee or any other authorised or competent recipient of a Parcel will provide the Carrier with
                     Proof of Delivery in such a manner the signor is identifiable.

                     Drop off permission
                     Many Consignees authorise DPD to instruct Carriers to deliver Parcels to other locations than the address of
                     the Consignee. The authorisations are for a single delivery or for a duration for two years. You expressly agree
                     that the Parcel – without further notification from DPD – may be delivered to an alternative delivery address
                     provided by the Consignee.

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                     5. How does delivery of a Parcel through DPD Express Services / DPD Guarantee (transportation by
                        road) work?

                     Logistics implementations
                     If you require that a Parcel is to be delivered before a certain time, DPD offers the following Express Services.

                     Time Definite Services
                        Option 1. DPD 8:30: delivery before 08.30 (8:30 AM);
                        Option 2. DPD 10:00: delivery before 10:00 (10:00 AM);
                        Option 3. DPD 12:00: delivery before 12:00 (12:00 PM);
                        Option 4. DPD 18:00: delivery before 18:00 (06:00 PM) ;

                     Day Definitive Services
                        Option 5. Delivery within the delivery periods as communicated by DPD (in local time) for DPD
                                    GUARANTEE Parcels, depending on the country to which the Parcel is to be delivered.

                     The website www.dpd.nl may be used by you for information regarding destination countries for which these
                     Express / Guarantee Services are available, the exact delivery periods per destination and the postal code
                     areas for which there is no guaranteed delivery period. A workday usually ends at 17:00 (05:00 PM) local time,
                     but may vary per country. If the end of a delivery term ends on a Saturday, Sunday or a nationally recognised
                     public holiday at the destination country, delivery will occur on the next workday. This also applies when the
                     delivery term is extended due to a nationally recognised public holiday in a transit country.

                     Procedure
                     The sending of a Parcel through DPD Express Services / DPD Guarantee (transportation by road) is
                     completed through the following steps:

                          Step 1.     If you indicate to DPD that a Parcel must be delivered by way of one of the above options, DPD
                                      will provide you DPD 8:30, DPD 10:00, DPD 12:00, DPD 18:00 or DPD GUARANTEE tape. You
                                      must inform DPD (in coordination with the local DPD-depot) of the number of Parcels which must
                                      be delivered within a specific delivery period and the destination(s) of those Parcels.
                          Step 2.     The DPD 8:30, DPD 10:00, DPD 12:00, DPD 18:00 or DPD GUARANTEE tape provided by DPD
                                      must be applied by you to all sides of the Parcel in order for the Parcel to be recognised as such a
                                      Parcel in order to guarantee the method of delivery.
                          Step 3.     For shipments to countries outside of the EU, all necessary customs and export forms must be
                                      visibly attached to the Parcel in an export envelope.
                          Step 4.     At your request, before the Parcel is offered to DPD, DPD can provide a container for the Parcel
                                      for the shipment for Express Parcels with a gross weight up to 500 grams (DPD Premium
                                      Envelope) and up to 2,5 kg (DPD Premium Box). While convenient, the use of these containers is
                                      not obligated by DPD.
                          Step 5.     The delivery term can only be guaranteed if you have notified DPD of these Parcels by 12:00 on
                                      the day the Parcels are picked up.
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                          Step 6. If the Service chosen by you is not available at the postal code area of country of destination, the
                                  Parcel will be delivered in accordance with a Service which approximates the chosen Service as
                                  closely as possible.
                          Step 7. If the Carrier is unable to deliver the Parcel by way of the chosen option, the following applies:
                                  DPD will immediately inform you of the failure to deliver on time by telephone or e-mail, with the
                                  reasons for the failure, in order to agree upon a different manner of delivery (pro-active return
                                  information). Transit Times cannot be guaranteed for subsequent delivery attempts.
                          Step 8. If a shipment with a DPD 8:30 - DPD 10:00 – DPD 12:00 – DPD 18:00 or DPD GUARANTEE
                                  option is not delivered or not delivered on time and this is caused by an act or omission by DPD,
                                  then the paid surcharge will be reimbursed. This does not apply if the delivery attempt fails due to
                                  an act or omission by the Consignee or by you.

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                     6. How does the delivery of a Parcel through DPD Classic Intercontinental / DPD Express
                        (transportation by air) work?

                     DPD Transportation by air
                     If you require a Parcel to be delivered through transportation by air by a Carrier, DPD Classic Intercontinental
                     or DPD Express may be used. DPD Classic Intercontinental and DPD Express are hereinafter referred to as
                     “DPD Transportation by air”. Certain rules apply to DPD Transportation by air for the Carrier en for you.

                     Procedure
                     The sending of a Parcel through DPD Transportation by air is completed through the following steps:

                          Step 1.     DPD Transportation by air is not available to you, unless explicitly agreed upon by both you and
                                      DPD.
                          Step 2.     You must check whether the Parcel conforms to the maximum size and weight as stipulated in
                                      Part C of the DPD Manual.
                          Step 3.     You must check whether the Parcel may be sent according to applicable Legal Provisions. It is not
                                      allowed to send Parcels with forbidden contents, as meant Regulation 300/2008. DPD is allowed
                                      to check or have the Parcels checked for safety, more specifically in the case of random security
                                      checks.
                          Step 4.     You are responsible for the correct and complete completion of the Transit Documents, including
                                      customs and export documents. For shipments to countries outside of the EU, all necessary
                                      customs and export forms must be visibly attached to the Parcel via an export envelope. If a
                                      specific Parcel does not require any customs or export forms, at the very least five copies of the
                                      invoice (in English) should be attached.
                          Step 5.     Transport will take place in accordance with the delivery period as specified in the delivery period
                                      tables available on www.dpd.nl. A Parcel will never be offered a second or third time in case the
                                      Consignee is unavailable to accept the Parcel during the first delivery attempt.
                          Step 6.     If it becomes apparent that delivery is impossible, for any reason, the return shipment costs will be
                                      charged to you. DPD retains the right to have complete control over a Parcel, including the
                                      destruction thereof, if a return delivery is not possible, regardless of the reason.

                     ‘Known Consignor’
                     Your ‘status’ is of importance in air transportation. If you are certified as a “Known Consignor” (as defined in
                     Regulation 300/2008) you guarantee that the Parcels do not contain any items banned from transport and
                     consent that the Parcels may be checked.

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                     ‘Unknown Consignor’
                     If you are not certified as a “Known Consignor“ as defined in Regulation 300/2008 you guarantee that the
                     Parcels do not contain any items banned from transport and consent that the Parcels may be checked.

                     Checks and additional costs
                     If security checks – be it random or compulsory – as required by applicable
                     Legal Provisions are performed on your Parcels you are liable for any
                     additional costs.

                     Please take notice!
                     If the applicable Legal Provisions are violated, you are liable for all direct or
                     indirect damages and/or losses. You are liable towards DPD and any third
                     party which incurs damages or losses. You will indemnify DPD for any claim
                     third parties may have. DPD is not liable towards you for damages to cargo
                     and losses of cargo or delays due to violations of the applicable Legal
                     Provisions.

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                     PART C. PARCELS
                     7. What are the minimum requirements for a Parcel?

                     Packaging requirements / container requirements
                     Parcels are sorted mechanically. As such, any Parcel must withstand a diagonal-fall test from a height of 80
                     cm and have a pressure resistance of at least 100 kg. Parcels must be packaged tear free and watertight and
                     in such a way the contents cannot move inside of the container. This requires a proper packaging must be
                     used for both the inside and the outside of the container. Only product packaging does not suffice.
                     Furthermore, the Parcel must have tape applied in such a way that it is impossible to open the Parcel without
                     leaving traces thereof and in such a way that it is weather resistant.

                     When the packaging does not meet the minimum requirements
                     If the Parcel, the weight or the circumference of the Parcel does not meet the above requirements, DPD may
                     nevertheless decide to process the Parcel as a Non Conveyable Parcel, in which case an additional fee must
                     be paid. DPD may also decide to return the Parcel in question to you or store it and ask you for instructions.

                     Request for approval DPD
                     Buckets, cans, jerry cans and other goods prone to fracture or break, such as glass, pottery, ceramics, stone,
                     hard plastics, sugar- or chocolate confectionery or cast-iron object must be packaged in a container which has
                     been approved by DPD in advance and in writing.

                     Controls and checks
                     DPD is not a postal Service provider as meant in the Dutch Postal Act 2009 (Postwet 2009). You accept that a
                     Parcel may be opened or inspected at all times by DPD, or thereto authorised legal authorities, including but
                     not limited to customs. Needless to say, DPD will never open a Parcel without justifications. However, it might,
                     for example, occur that the customs authorities conduct a random check or that DPD checks whether a Parcel
                     is damaged or contains prohibited or dangerous goods and/or Chemical Substances.

                     If you are not the owner of the (contents of the) Parcel, you will considered as a representative of the owner as
                     far as the agreement with DPD is considered. If third parties are in any way involved with regards to the
                     contents of the Parcel, you will be considered to be their representative as well.

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                     8. Which dimensions / weight can a Parcel have?

                     Delivery through DPD Classic Services (transportation by road)
                     Parcels are divided up into two categories: Small Parcels and Normal Parcels.
                          Small Parcels (SP) may have a weight up to 3 kg; a length up to 50 cm and a circumference up to 111
                             cm.
                          Normal Parcels (NP) may have a weight up to 31,5 kg; a length up to 175 cm and a circumference
                             (double the width plus double the height plus length) up to of 300 cm.

                     Delivery through DPD Classic Intercontinental – DPD Express (transportation by air)
                     A Parcel may have a maximum volumetric weight up to 1 m³ = 200 kg. Volumemetric weight is calculated as
                     follows: length x width x height in cm / 5,000. Please take notice! The actual weight may be up to 31,5 kg.
                     Claims are not paid on the basis of the volumetric weight, but on the basis of the actual weight.

                     Shipping and delivery through Pickup
                     Parcel are divided up into three categories: Small Parcels, Normal Parcels and Large Parcels.
                          Small Parcels (SP) may have a maximum weight up to 3 kg; a length up to 100 cm, a maximum width
                             of 50 cm, a maximum height of 50 cm, and a circumference (double the width plus double the height
                             plus length) up to of 300 cm.
                          Normal Parcels (NP) may have a maximum weight up to 10,0 kg; a length up to 100 cm, a maximum
                             width of 50 cm, a maximum height of 50 cm, and a circumference (double the width plus double the
                             height plus length) up to of 300 cm.
                          Large Parcels (LP) may have a maximum weight up to 20 kg; a length up to 100 cm, a maximum width
                             of 50 cm, a maximum height of 50 cm, and a circumference (double the width plus double the height
                             plus length) up to of 300 cm.

                     Return shipment through Easy Return Service (ERS)
                     If you wish to return a Parcel through ERS the Parcel must not exceed the dimension of 100 cm by 70 cm by
                     50 cm, yet not be smaller than 10 cm by 10 cm by 1 cm. The weight may be up to 31,5 kg. For ERS a charge
                     applies for every NC-Parcel and for Parcel Labels which cannot be processed or are illegible. For example:
                     Parcel Labels cannot be processed and/or are illegible if the markings have faded or overlap or if the Parcel
                     Labels has been creased.

                     If the Parcel does not meet the requirements
                     If the container, the weight or the circumference of the Parcel does not meet the above requirements, DPD
                     may nevertheless decide to process the Parcel as a Non Conveyable Parcel, in which case an additional fee
                     must be paid. DPD may also decide to return the Parcel in question to you or ask you for instructions.

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                     9. Which Parcels are not / cannot be processed?

                     Please take notice!
                     Some Parcels are not transported by the Carriers which DPD contracts for you, because, for example, the
                     Parcel has high risk contents. For that reason you will find a list of Parcels which DPD does not or cannot
                     process below. It is important for you to check whether the Parcel may be transported, as the Carriers are
                     under no obligation to check whether a Parcel is on the list below, although DPD does have to right to examine
                     the Parcel to that end.

                     Which Parcels are not / cannot be processed by DPD?
                     Parcels which meet any of the following criteria:
                         a. Parcel which do not meet the applicable requirements of paragraph 8.
                         b. Parcels which might damage or contaminate other Parcels or materials, due to the (dangerous)
                             nature of the contents, and/or Parcels which are packaged improperly, contain prohibited or Limited
                             Quantities or Chemical Substances and do not meet the requirements of paragraph 10, and Parcels
                             which cannot be stacked onto other Parcels of the same type without a heightened risk of damages,
                             including scratches and dents.
                         c. Parcels which DPD regards unsafe or objectionable to perform Services from an operational point of
                             view.
                         d. Parcels which contain goods with an exceptionally high value, including goods which completely or
                             partly consist of gemstones, precious metals, jewellery, pearls, antiques, art, fur or carpet.
                         e. Parcels which contain money, certificates, diploma’s, documents such as bids for tenders and
                             procurements, securities, stocks or results (coins, banknotes, foreign currency, credit cards, bills of
                             exchange, right of claim to bearer and other rights of claims) or documents which attest to a valuable
                             performance (such as the contract of sale for a house).
                         f.  Any Parcel which contains watches, gift and/or value certificates and/or admission tickets, provided
                             the contents exceed a value of € 520.
                         g. Parcels with a Procurement Value which exceeds € 13.000. DPD is liable up to a maximum of € 520
                             per Parcel under most circumstances (see article 6 of the General Terms and Conditions). If the
                             market value of a Parcel is higher than this amount, DPD recommends that you uses the Option
                             Higher Insurance, in which case DPD is liable up to a maximum of € 13.000. You may also insure the
                             Parcel.
                         h. Parcels the contents or appearance of which violates Legal Provisions. This also applies if the
                             contents exist of separate parts, which, when combined, violate any Legal Provisions.
                         i.  Parcel containing dangerous goods, such as fireworks, perishable goods and goods which must be
                             cooled (except in the case of dry ice – for which paragraph 10 contains special provisions), goods
                             listed in articles 2, 3 and/or 3a, paragraph 5, of the Dutch Opium Act, living or dead animals, medical
                             or biological test objects, medical waste, human remains, body parts/organs, plants and flowers,
                             funeral urns, technology with dual uses or goods which at the sole discretion of DPD are considered

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                                 to be (un)packaged (un)conditioned food stuffs. Unconditioned packaged foods stuffs and animal
                                 feeders are only accepted after explicit approval by DPD.
                          j.     Parcels the import or export into or out of the European Union, the transit carriage or the intra-
                                 Community transport through the European Union of which is prohibited or only allowed in the case
                                 special permissions have been granted on the basis of Legal Provisions (Please take notice! This
                                 includes alcohol and tobacco) and also if the value has been declared as meant in article 24 CMR or
                                 if a declaration of specific transport interests as meant in article 25 paragraph 1 CMR has been
                                 provided.
                          k.     Parcels containing resources or goods which can neutralise individuals or make them defenceless,
                                 including, but not limited to all types or tear gas, pepper spray and similar chemicals and gasses in
                                 guns, ammunition or other containers and other neutralising or eliminating devices, such as electric
                                 batons, electronic instruments, all types of weapons and ammunition (belonging to any category,
                                 including bows, arrows, lead pellets, replicas and disabled weapons) etc.
                          l.     Parcels containing counterfeit goods, including but not limited to, reproductions, imitations, (slavish)
                                 imitations which may cause confusion, simulations and copies made without the consent of the
                                 rightful claimant.
                          m.     Parcels which lack documents which are necessary due to Legal Provisions, or if there is a justified
                                 suspicion that those documents are missing. Parcels the Parcel Label of which is not applied in such
                                 a way that the Software can process the Parcel.
                          n.     Parcels which present a danger to other Parcels, third parties, public health, the environment,
                                 installations, buildings or means of transport, due to the nature or due to the way they are packaged.
                          o.     Parcels which have been seized on the basis of a (provisional) judgment or on the basis of an ex
                                 parte procedure.

                     What if an excluded Parcel is submitted to DPD?
                     If you consciously or unconsciously submit an excluded Parcel, DPD is not liable for any damages nor will
                     DPD restitute the invoice or pay any additional fee. A Parcel may be destroyed by DPD if necessary to avert
                     any immediate danger or to limit damages. You will be informed of any such action.

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                     10. Can you offer Limited Quantities of dangerous goods for transportation?

                     Dangerous substances
                     Services are normally excluded when a Parcel contains dangerous substances as meant in article 1 paragraph
                     1 under b of the Dutch Act Transportation of dangerous substances (Wet vervoer gevaarlijke stoffen). Such
                     substances are (non exhaustive) explosive substances and objects, compressed gasses, liquefied gasses or
                     gasses dissolved under pressure, flammable liquids, flammable solids, spontaneously combustible
                     substances, substances which cause flammable gasses when coming into contact with water, substances
                     which can be used as accelerants, organic peroxides, poisonous substances, infectious substances, corrosive
                     substances and other substances which pose a danger for humans or the environment.
                     Services with regards to a Parcel containing Limited Quantities is allowed under certain circumstances,
                     provided DPD explicitly and unambiguously consents with such Services. In such cases you guarantee the
                     conditions of applicable Legal Provisions, such as but not necessary limited to the ADR, are met.

                     At the first request of DPD, you must provide DPD with the insurance policy which clearly states the necessary
                     coverage, and evidence the insurance premiums has been paid and other information which is relevant to
                     preventing any dangerous situation or to judge a claim. You must keep this information at hand.

                     Dry Ice
                     Legal Obligations, such as but not necessarily limited to the ADR, apply to all Services with regards to dry ice.
                     Please take notice! The shipment of perishable goods – with or without dry ice – is excluded from the liability
                     of DPD in paragraph 9 of the DPD Manual in conjunction with article 6 of the General Terms and Conditions.

                     Please take notice!
                     Dangerous substances in Limited Quantities can be extremely dangerous and must be taken seriously. If you
                     act in violation of the conditions of this paragraph, you will forfeit a directly due and payable fine of € 25.000
                     per Parcel. DPD retains the right to claim the entirety of damages and performance of the agreement.

                     Combinations with Options
                     Services with regards to Limited Quantities are not possible in combination with Options.

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                     11. Which documents are relevant?

                     Instructions and documents
                     Providing the right documents on time is of great importance in logistics. DPD relies on you to do so. That is
                     why you guarantee that the (original) documents and instructions required for receiving and shipping are
                     provided in a timely manner to DPD. DPD is not under any obligation to check the documents and/or
                     instructions, but is allowed to do so at its sole discretion.

                     Export documents
                     In the case of carriage from, to or through, countries outside of the EU, all documents required for import,
                     transit or export must be attached to the Parcel inside of an export envelope.

                     Guarantee when documents are missing
                     When certain obligatory documents are missing, a party in the logistics chain may require a guarantee. DPD is
                     not obligated to give such a guarantee, but in the case DPD does do so, you indemnify DPD for all the
                     consequences thereof.

                     Direct representation
                     DPD will never act in the capacity of an indirect representative. Unless DPD explicitly and in writing confirms it
                     will act in the capacity as your direct representative, you are responsible for the documents necessary for
                     export and transit and as required for the customs declaration (customs clearance).

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                     PART D. CLAIMS
                     12. Which information does DPD need to process a claim?

                     Documents
                     Processing claims has been made as easy and efficient as possible. However, for DPD to judge the validity of
                     a claim, you will need to provide at the very least the following information. The claim may be rejected if this
                     information has not been provided. As such, the following must be provided:

                          Document 1. Your name and the Parcel number in question;
                          Document 2. The date on which the Parcel was provided to the Carrier or the Pickup;
                          Document 3. A declaration regarding any insurance coverage for the incurred damages;
                          Document 4. All Transit Documents for the Parcel in question;
                          Document 5. If asked: the original packaging and/or the damages goods. Please take notice! Please
                                      always save the packaging until the DPD claims department has concluded the research
                                      into the claim.
                          Document 6. The contents and weight of the Parcel.
                          Document 7. All purchase and sale invoices and all other data which is relevant for determining the value
                                      of the Parcel and/or the cause of the damages. Please take notice! With the Option Easy
                                      Return Service, providing the purchase invoice is mandatory.

                     Processing time for a claim
                     The employees of the DPD Claims Department will begin processing a claim, which has been transferred by
                     the Customer Service, immediately during office hours on workdays. You will receive a first notification within
                     five work days. As soon as all the requested document have been received, a final decision regarding the
                     claim will be made. Please take notice when using the Option Easy Return Service! DPD aims to respond
                     as quickly as possible to any inquiry by you regarding the status of a Parcel. In the case of the Easy Return
                     Service, DPD will respond within 30 days on the condition the barcode number of the Parcel Label has been
                     provided by you.

                     Indication of the maximum level of liability

                      If a Parcel has been scanned.                                              Max. € 520 per Parcel

                           If a Parcel has not been scanned.                                    Cross-border                            Max 8.33 SDR per kg.
                           If a Parcel is or was supposed to be sent                            transportation by road.
                            through a Pickup or was consolidated on a
                            Parcel and has not been scanned.
                                                                                                 Domestic transport by                   Max. € 3,40 per kg.
                                                                                                 road.

                      If a Parcel was shipped through DPD                                        Max. 19 SDR per kg.
                      Transportation by air.

                      Easy Return Service                                                        Max. € 500 per Parcel, which is the maximum level
                                                                                                 of liability for universal postal Services, where the
                                                                                                 Procurement Value is the determining factor.

                      Please take notice! The above list is only an indication. The substantive assessment will be performed on
                      the basis of article 6 of the General Terms and Conditions. A claim may be rejected. It is possible that less
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                      than the above mentioned amounts will be paid.

                      VAT
                      Any claims paid by DPD are exempt from VAT. DPD will not charge VAT over the owed amount. Any VAT
                      which you have paid as part of the Procurement Value must be claimed from the Tax authorities through a
                      VAT declaration.

                     Write off
                     Pursuant to the general terms and conditions of DPD a write off is applied to the settlement of claims of used
                     goods. We apply the following percentages.

                     Product                                                                                        Write off per year
                         Books                                                                                     20 %
                         Office supplies                                                                           20 %
                         Bicycles (including accessories)                                                          20 %
                         Photo, film, video and audio equipment, computer                                          20 %
                            hardware, video game consoles, CS’s, DVD’s
                         Watches                                                                                   20 %
                         home appliances (such as vacuum cleaners, kitchen and                                     20 %
                            bathroom equipment)
                         Clothing, shoes, towls, sheets, duvets                                                    20 %
                         Suitcases, bags, wallets                                                                  20 %
                         Medical equipment, crutches, hearing aids                                                 20 %
                         Sporting goods                                                                            20 %
                         Mobile and wireless communications equipment                                              20 %
                         (Sun)glasses and lenses                                                                   10 %
                         Car, motorcycle, and moped parts and accessories                                          10 %
                         Camping goods (tents, sleeping bags)                                                      10 %
                         Tools                                                                                     10 %
                         Cosmetics                                                                                 Opened 100%
                                                                                                                    Unopened 50%
                               Foodstuffs                                                                          Opened 100%
                                                                                                                    Unopened 50%

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                     13. When is an advance deposit by you required?

                     DPD may periodically perform a credit check regarding you.

                          Step 1.     If the credit check shows that your liquidity is such that performance of your payment obligations
                                      may be breached, then you will pay an advance deposit or supplement an earlier deposit at the
                                      first request from DPD within 5 workdays after the request is made. DPD will only perform its
                                      obligations after the advance deposit has been received. DPD retains the right to suspend, set
                                      aside or terminate any obligations if no advance deposit is received within 5 work days, without
                                      DPD being liable for any damages.
                          Step 2.     If you pay an advance deposit, you will receive a confirmation thereof in writing.
                          Step 3.     The advance deposit will be offset against outstanding invoices, interests, costs and/or other
                                      claims:
                                       a.      If you have a payment obligation towards DPD;
                                       b.      If the agreement with DPD ends;
                                       c.      If you are or have been declared to be in suspension of payments / creditor protection or if
                                               you are or have been declared bankrupt;
                                       d.      If for any reason not mentioned above you are unable to perform obligations towards
                                               DPD.
                          Step 4.     DPD will inform you at first request of the actual amount of the advance deposit. If the balance is
                                      positive after the agreement has ended, this will be paid within two months after the end of the
                                      agreement. DPD is under no obligation to pay any interest in relation hereto.
                          Step 5.     DPD retains the right to perform a new credit check at all times, and will do this at least one year
                                      after receiving the first advance deposit. On the basis of the outcome of the credit check DPD
                                      may decide to refund the advance deposit, to require the advance deposit be supplement or that a
                                      new deposit must be paid.

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                     PART E. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND HARDWARE
                     14. Who is the rightful claimant to the intellectual property and hardware?

                     Use of the Software
                     The use of the Software is of great importance in order to expedite the Services. This is why DPD makes the
                     Software, which has been specifically developed for DPD, available to you.

                     If you use the Software, DPD provides a non-exclusive, non-transferrable, revocable license to the Software.
                     All Intellectual Property rights with regards to the Software remain with DPD or its affiliated companies. You
                     are forbidden to make copies of the Software or duplicate the Software in any other way. Any hardware loaned
                     out by DPD remains property of DPD. You are responsible to the correct use of the Software and any
                     hardware made available. DPD is not liable for any direct or indirect damages caused by Software or
                     hardware, regardless of the (improper) use thereof.

                     Logo
                     The DPD logo is a part of the Intellectual Property of DPD.

                     The DPD logo is protected by the Benelux Intellectual Property law, but also by the Wipo (World Intellectual
                     Property Organization). This means you are not allowed to manipulate the DPD logo entirely or partly and you
                     may not use the DPD logo in any form of communication (such as folders, brochures or, for example, leaflets).
                     You may not use the DPD logo on its own website or make public or duplicate the logo in any way. The
                     unauthorised public use or duplication of the DPD logo in any way is a breach of the Intellectual Property right
                     of DPD and is therefore prohibited by law.

                     Miscellaneous Intellectual Property
                     All intellectual property rights and any other rights under the Dutch Copyright Act 1912, the Dutch Patent Act
                     1995 and the Benelux Treaty for Intellectual Property (BVIE) for texts on www.dpd.nl and other texts,
                     inventions, techniques in the broadest sense of the word made or commissioned by DPD are owned by DPD
                     or a designated third party.

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                     PART F. OPTIONS
                     15. Option: Pickup

                     -     For the shipment of a Parcel through a Pickup the following procedure applies

                     Shipment through a Pickup

                          Step 1. You check whether a Parcel may be shipped through a Pickup on the basis of Part C of the DPD
                                  Manual.
                          Step 2. You create a Parcel Label by using the Software and apply this Parcel Label to the Parcel in such
                                  a way that it cannot be removed. Please take notice! You are obligated to enter the correct
                                  weight of the Parcel in the Software.
                          Step 3. You may ship the Parcel through a Pickup within ten calendar days after the Parcel Label has
                                  been created. The Parcel Label expires after this period. You will not receive a refund if the Parcel
                                  Label has not been used within the 10 calendar day period. You will receive a receipt after the
                                  Pickup has received the Parcel.

                     Combination with Options
                     Shipment from a Pickup is not possible in combination with Limited Quantities, other Options, and with DPD
                     Express Services / DPD Guarantee (transportation by road) or DPD Classic Intercontinental / DPD Express
                     (transportation by air).

                     -     The following procedure applies for the delivery of a Parcel through a Pickup.

                     Delivery through a Pickup

                          Step 1. You check whether a Parcel may be delivered through a Pickup on the basis of Part C of the DPD
                                  Manual. The same requirements for shipping a Parcel through a Pickup apply.
                          Step 2. You will create a Parcel Label by using the Software. You will indicate that the Parcel must be
                                  picked up at a Pickup by the Consignee.
                          Step 3. The Consignee can collect the Parcel after a valid identity document has been checked. The
                                  Parcel can only be picked up by the Consignee himself and not by another party.
                          Step 4. If the Parcel is not collected from the Pickup within 8 calendar days, the Parcel will be returned to
                                  you. No restitution of the costs for the shipment will be given

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                     Not at home?
                     When a Parcel should have been delivered through DPD Classic Services (by road), but the delivery attempt
                     has not succeeded, both the Consignee and you can instruct DPD to have the Parcel delivered to a Pickup. In
                     that case, Steps 1, 3 and 4 must be checked.

                     Please take notice! A Parcel cannot be delivered through another method of delivery once the Parcel has
                     arrived at a Pickup. If a Parcel cannot be delivered at the requested Pickup due to unforeseen circumstances,
                     it will be delivered though the nearest Pickup.

                     Combination with Options
                     Delivery through Pickup is not possible in combination with Limited Quantities, other Options except for DPD
                     Predict, or with DPD Express Services / DPD Guarantee (transportation by road) or DPD Classic
                     Intercontinental / DPD Express (transportation by air).

                     -     Return Shipment through Pickup

                     A Parcel may be sent back to you by the Consignee or the recipient through Pickups. The following procedure
                     applies.

                          Step 1. If you wish to use this Option, this must be explicitly agreed upon in writing with DPD.
                          Step 2. You check whether the Parcel may be returned through a Pickup on the basis of Part C of the
                                  DPD Manual. The same requirements for shipping a Parcel through Pickups apply (see paragraph
                                  15).
                          Step 3. You provide the Consignee with the Parcel Label and provide him with instructions regarding the
                                  return shipment of the Parcel.

                     Combination with Options
                     A return shipment through a Pickup is not possible in combination with Limited Quantities, other Options or
                     with DPD Express Services / DPD Guarantee (transportation by road) or DPD Classic Intercontinental / DPD
                     Express (transportation by air).

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                     16. Option: return shipment through Easy Return Service

                     A Parcel may be returned from most countries in Europe with the Easy Return Service. The return shipment
                     will be performed by the universal postal service. All the possibilities are states on www.dpd.nl. Easy Return
                     Service has the following conditions:

                          Step 1. You will check whether a Parcel may be shipped through the Easy Return Service on the basis of
                                  Part C of the DPD Manual.
                          Step 2. The universal postal service will only accept Parcels if you have sent the Consignee or another
                                  recipient the Parcel Label in advance and if the Parcel Label has been applied to the Parcel in
                                  such a way that it cannot be removed. Such a Parcel Label is valid for 30 calendar days.
                          Step 3. The Easy Return Service entails two delivery attempts. After the second delivery attempt, the
                                  Parcel will be delivered to a post office. The Parcel may then be picked up within three weeks. If
                                  the Parcel is not picked up within this period, it will be returned to the sender.

                     Please take notice!
                     Monetary paper, such as tickets, gift vouchers or value vouchers are excluded from the Easy Return Services.
                     A Parcel may not contain glassware (unless the packaging has been agreed upon beforehand with DPD in
                     writing), may not be marked with text such as, or similar to, “fragile” or “handle with care”, may not be made of
                     metal or wood and may not be bundled with a different Parcel. The Parcel Label must be applied to a flat
                     surface, but not the largest surface of the Parcel.

                     Combination with Options
                     Easy Return Service is not possible in combination with other Options.

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                     17. Option: Predict

                     Predict is the sending of a message through e-mail or SMS to the Consignee prior to the delivery of the Parcel.
                     For the Option Predict option the following applies:

                          Step 1. The Predict Option is only available if explicitly agreed upon in writing with DPD.
                          Step 2. You must check whether Predict is available (see www.dpd.nl for all the possibilities).
                          Step 3. DPD will send the Consignee an e-mail or SMS-message regarding the delivery day and the
                                  timeframe within which the Parcel is likely to be delivered prior to the first delivery attempt by the
                                  Carrier.
                          Step 4. Prior to the first delivery attempt by the Carrier, but after the e-mail or SMS has been sent, the
                                  Consignee can submit the following changes:
                                  a. the delivery address and the delivery date after receiving an e-mail through
                                      www.nieuwelevering.nl; or
                                  b. the delivery date through timely responding to the SMS. You can change the delivery location
                                      by contacting DPD’s Customer Service. If the Consignee and you submit contradictory
                                      changes, changes from you will prevail.

                     While DPD will try its best to carry out a change, the Consignee and you cannot derive any rights from a
                     submitted change of delivery date and/or timeframe.

                     Please take notice! DPD is not liable if the e-mail or SMS-message from DPD to the Consignee contains an
                     incorrect delivery date or timeframe, unless in the case of intent or gross negligence.

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                     18. Options: Saturday Delivery

                          Step 1. You check www.dpd.nl for the possibilities.
                          Step 2. You submit through myDPD/DelisPrint that a Parcel must be delivered on a Saturday.
                          Step 3. The Parcel will be picked up by the Carrier on Friday. If the Parcel is provided to the Carrier
                                  before Friday, it will not be delivered on Saturday, in which event you are not eligible for a refund.
                          Step 4. The delivery attempt on Saturday will be before 18:00 (06:00 PM). If a delivery attempt is not
                                  made, the charge for the Saturday Delivery option will be refunded. If the delivery attempt is
                                  unsuccessful, another delivery attempt will take place on Monday, in which case the Option will
                                  not be refunded.

                     Combination with Options/products
                     Saturday Delivery is not possible in combination with the Options predict and COD or with DPD Express
                     Services / DPD Guarantee.

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                     19. Option: C.O.D. (Cash on Delivery)

                     In some cases you require the Consignee to pay cash on delivery. The Carrier will then collect the C.O.D.
                     amount when delivering the Parcel to the Consignee. The following applies to this Option:

                          Step 1.     You will need to check if DPD offers the C.O.D. Option (see www.dpd.nl for all possible
                                      scenario’s)
                          Step 2.     The Parcel may not be sent for a higher value than the invoice value of the Parcel. The maximum
                                      C.O.D. amount is € 2.500. Once the Parcel has been submitted, the C.O.D. amount cannot be
                                      changed.
                          Step 3.     You must use the Software to enter into myDPD/DelisPrint the C.O.D. specifics of the Parcel. If
                                      DPD has not received the data file in time, regardless of the reason, the C.O.D. Parcel will not be
                                      delivered.
                          Step 4.     The Parcel must have a C.O.D. Parcel Label provided by DPD or authorised in advance and in
                                      writing.
                          Step 5.     The Carrier will deliver the Parcel to the Consignee. Carriers will not accept any other method of
                                      payment than cash money in euro’s.
                          Step 6.     The Carrier will pay the C.O.D. amount to DPD. DPD will then transfer the funds within 10 work
                                      days to a Dutch bank account number provided by you.

                     Instructions which deviate from earlier instructions are not binding for DPD, unless explicitly confirmed in
                     writing by DPD. DPD is only liable for the Procurement Value of the Parcel if the C.O.D. Options is used. DPD
                     will not pay any interest for the received C.O.D. amount.

                     Combination with Options
                     C.O.D. is possible in combination with DPD Classic Services (transportation by road) and DPD Express
                     Services (transportation by road).

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