This document defines the rules for using the CargoLink service ("Service", “Application”) provided by Omilink Sp. z o.o., with its registered office at Szafera 3, 80-299 Gdańsk, Poland, registered by Sąd Rejonowy Gdańsk-Północ w Gdańsku, VII Wydział Gospodarczy Krajowego Rejestru Sądowego, with NIP: 5842816354 KRS: 0000965108 REGON: 521688415 and share capital 5 000 PLN, later in this document known as "CargoLink", "we", "Supplier".
The condition for using the Service by the Customer is to read these Regulations and to accept all its provisions. Upon acceptance of the Regulations, a legally binding agreement between the Client and CargoLink is concluded. We reserve the right to refuse to conclude a contract with the Customer for any reason, in particular in cases where the Customer’s Account has been removed in the past due to violation of the Regulations.
If the Customer does not accept any of the provisions of the Regulations, he/she cannot use the Service.
The detailed scope of functionalities available to the Customer as part of his Subscription Plan is specified in the price list available at Pricing
To use the Service, Client must have an account on the CargoLink platform ("Account").
Access to the Account is possible only with the use of a login and password for each Customer. The Customer is obliged to keep his/her login details secret. The Customer is responsible for the consequences of using the Account, in particular for the Account users (so-called multi-users). As part of CargoLink it is possible to specify different levels of access to the Account and its functionalities. The Customer is responsible for determining and entering the appropriate access levels.
The Service is intended to be used primarily as a Transportation Management System. The Supplier reserves the right to use automated analysing systems to verify the fair usage of the Service. Should such automated systems indicate irregularities in type of usage of the Service, we reserve the right to, but not limiting to, changing the account to paid / higher paid plan, suspending the account or deletion of the account.
The Customer may integrate his Account with certain third party services. Third party services are not provided by CargoLink. The possibility of using third party services may be limited based on the provisions of the regulations of these entities. Upon integration with a third-party service, the Customer agrees to the exchange of information and customer data between CargoLink and a third party (including confidential information) to allow the Customer to fully benefit from integration.
All references to services or websites of third parties, which are on our websites, are placed only for the convenience of the client; we do not control or endorse any materials or information contained on the pages of third parties.
From time to time, we may provide test versions of new functionalities. This enables our Customers to try new solutions, and us - a better understanding of customers’ needs and further development and improvement of our service. By deciding to use Product Test Version, the Customer acknowledges and agrees to the following conditions:
Supplier may decide to temporarily enable additional functionalities or increase the Subscription Plan of any Account free of charge. It does not imply such changes and additions will be regular, nor do they imply any entitlement to such functionalities in the future.
CargoLink declares that it is the creator of the Application and, as such, is entitled to copyrights, except for its elements, which are libraries derived from the so-called open software (open source library). The libraries have been attached to the Service and are disseminated as part of the Service in accordance with the license terms defining the terms of their use.
CargoLink declares and assures that it has exclusive and full property rights to the Service, which is the subject of these Regulations, and that these rights are not encumbered by any rights of third parties, and the disposal of them is in no way excluded or limited.
Supplier’s information and communication hubs are open 24 hours a day, however, we reserve the right to introduce short breaks due to activities related to the service.
The supplier is not liable for damages (including loss of data by customers) caused by:
Force Majeure is understood as an extraordinary external event that can not be foreseen and which could not be prevented. The circumstances constituting Force Majeure include, in particular, war, natural disasters, strikes, failures, DDoS attacks or other disruptions in the operation of the telecommunications network or IT infrastructure, as well as extraordinary governmental and administrative activities and activities of entities affecting the provision of the Service, whose activities are independent of the Parties.
The Supplier shall make every effort to ensure the operation of the Service on the latest stable versions of browsers: Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Chrome. However, despite all efforts, the Provider does not guarantee the correct operation of the Service on all devices and web browsers.
The Supplier reserves all rights not expressly granted to the Customer. The service is protected by copyright, provisions of international copyright treaties and other laws and international agreements regarding the protection of intellectual property.
The Customer does not acquire ownership of the Service.
The Supplier does not allow any third party to provide the Service with a fee or free of charge, without prior explicit written consent from the Supplier.
The Customer is entitled to use the Service on an unlimited number (fair usage policy applies) of seats and logins as part of his business.
The Supplier shall not be liable for non-functioning of the Service due to Force Majeure or administrative decisions preventing the provision of services in accordance with the law.
Contractual and delictual liability of the Supplier is limited to direct losses incurred by the Customer. The Supplier shall not be liable for indirect damages, irrespective of their source (in particular such as: loss of income, profit, interest or other lost profits, clean financial losses, losses from other contracts related to the unavailability of the Service or part thereof), except in cases of wilful misconduct or gross negligence of the Supplier.
The Parties undertake to keep confidential and not to disseminate any information regarding the parties to this Agreement, their contractors, their business activity and any other data to which the parties gained access when using the Service, as long as such information is not widely known or Party has not obtained written consent from the other Party.
In the event of a failure prohibiting the use of the Service, the Supplier shall undertake, within 24 hours, attempts to resolve the issue.
The Supplier shall perform backup copies of the Service and data entered by the Customer at least once a day.
The Supplier shall keep backup copies for a period of 30 days.
The subscriber is obliged to pay fees for access to the Service according to the price list published on the website Pricing
Changes in the above price list do not constitute a change to the terms of these Regulations.
The amount of the fee depends on the number of orders created in the billing period by the Customer and persons authorized by the Customer. Persons authorized by the Customer are understood as all persons able to log in with credentials linked to the Customer’s account. The number of all orders created is counted. Each order is counted as 1. Each subsequent order within the portfolio is counted as 1. CargoLink is a service intended to be used as transportation management software. The Supplier reserves the right to investigate should the automatic analysis system indicate other primary purpose of use of the Service than intended. It is at the Supplier's discretion further action in such case.
The customer is obliged to pay fees on time.
In the event of non-payment within 7 days from the payment deadline, the Supplier reserves the right to simultaneously delete the Customer's account and block access to the Service.
Access to the Service and data contained within it after the account is deleted is impossible.
The Client's rights resulting from these Regulations expire upon deletion and / or authorized block of access to the Service.
The Provider reserves the right to send unsolicited messages to addresses added to the Customer's account. This includes information referring directly to the functioning of the Service (e.g. changes in functioning), or non-commercial lists (e.g. information, system messages). Each recipient has the right to stipulate that he/she does not agree to receive such information. All advertising content related to the activities of the Supplier and its contractors may be sent only with the consent of the recipient, in accordance with the appropriate law.
The Customer agrees to the storage and processing of personal data by the Supplier for the purposes necessary to conduct activities related to the provision of services covered by these Regulations, and acknowledges that he has the right to access his data and the right to modify it.
The supplier may change the Regulations and any document related to the Regulations at any time. The Supplier informs the Customer about the change in the Regulations (or other related legal document) 10 days before its entry into force by placing the relevant information and an updated version of the document on the website Terms.
The Customer has the right not to accept the new terms of the Agreement by sending a written objection to the Supplier within 10 days from the date of publication. If no objection is received within this period, new conditions shall be deemed accepted by the Customer.
The Customer agrees to receive invoices in electronic form.
The Customer consents to the publication of information on cooperation with the Supplier and the Customer's logotype for the marketing purposes of the Supplier.
In matters not covered by the Regulations, the provisions of the Civil Code of Irish law apply.
All disputes shall be resolved amicably, otherwise they shall be referred to the common court of competent jurisdiction for the location of the Supplier’s Head Office.