At EASE Logistics, we are committed to delivering reliable solutions with an unparalleled customer experience. Thank you for your interest in becoming an approved carrier for EASE Logistics. This page outlines the required steps you’ll need to complete as part of the carrier registration and onboarding process.

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COI Information:

EASE Logistics Services, LLC
5725 Avery Rd. Dublin, OH 43016

Phone: 614-553-7007

Additional EASE Department Contacts:

Carrier Admin:
[email protected]

Carrier Partners & Available Trucks:
[email protected]

Carrier Utility:

Available Trucks:
[email protected]

Shipment Updates and Information:
[email protected]

Invoicing and Status Requests:

Sending Invoices:
[email protected]

Status of Payment:
[email protected]

Accessorial Request:
[email protected]

Quick Pay:
[email protected]

Your Progress

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CARRIER ONBOARDING

Confirm that each step has been completed and all details are accurate by initialing and checking the appropriate box on each page.

CARRIER MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:

  • One year of Active Authority
  • FMCSA approved MC#
  • Safety scores of ‘Satisfactory’ or ‘None’ and BIPD on file
  • No FreightGuard reports containing hostage loads, double brokering, unresolved claims issues
  • Less than two FreightGuard reports regarding service
  • Carrier must have a documented response to any FreightGuard reports
  • No broker or freight forwarding authority ties
  • Active operating insurance ($1,000,000 Auto and $100,000 Cargo)

CARRIER MUST PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS:

You'll be able to upload documents at the end of the process.

  • FMCSA letter
  • W-9
  • Certificate of Insurance (COI) stating EASE Logistics as a holder

Full terms and conditions will be displayed as part of the submission process and will be downloadable upon completion and submission of this form. Full terms and conditions can also be viewed and downloaded HERE.

Carrier Onboarding Acknowledgement

MC# 858765 / DOT# 2487180

Surety Bond # BMC-85 24389-00

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CARRIER PROFILE

CARRIER PROFILE INFORMATION

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CARRIER OPERATIONS

Owner Information

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Dispatch Information

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Dispatch Information (Additional)

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ELD Tracking Information

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24/7 Dispatch Information

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CERTIFICATIONS & ENDORSEMENTS

Please indicate any certifications and endorsements below. If you answer “Yes” to any of the following, please provide necessary documentation upon completion and submission of this packet.

Canada Authority *

Mexico Authority *

Tanker Endorsed *

Hazmat Certified *

FAST Certified *

CARRIER REFERENCES

Please provide references below. All three references are required.

Reference 1*

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Reference 2*

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CARRIER CAPACITY DETAILS

Please indicate the quantity for each conveyance mode below. If you do not have capacity for a conveyance mode, please enter “0” in the box. NOTE: At least one of the following is required.

Other Conveyance Mode

SERVICES TYPES

Please indicate Service Types by checking Yes or No below. If you answer Yes to any of the following, a procurement specialist will reach out to you.

Team Service *

After Hours Capacity *

Drop Trailer Routes *

Power Only *

Interchange Insurance *

Access to EASE Carrier Network *

Access to EASE Carrier Network *

ACCOUNTING INFORMATION

BILLING/ACCOUNTING INFORMATION

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Payment Options

Please choose one of the following default payment options below and fill in the requested information under your desired choice. *

30-Day Payment Method *

Sample Check

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Account Type *

Terms

QUICK PAY SERVICES (OPTIONAL)

Quick Pay is an option for payment. If you would like to be paid using Quick Pay, you must submit each invoice separately each time, indicating your Quick Pay choice. Please read below for more information about Quick Pay.

So we can have your general preference for Quick Pay set up in our system, please indicate your Quick Pay preference should you choose to use this option in the future:

Quick Pay Preference and Terms *

Submitting Invoices for Quick Pay

Each Quick Pay invoice must be separately submitted to [email protected] with the following email subject line:
Quick Pay (A, B or C depending on your choice)

In your email, please include your invoice, rate confirmation, and proof of delivery/bill of lading with signature. Quick Pay can also be submitted via fax or mail with the same instructions as noted above:

EASE Logistics Services, LLC
Fax: (614) 467-3729
ATTN: Accounts Payable / Quick Pay
5725 Avery Rd
Dublin, OH 43016
Terms

ADDITIONAL PAYMENT INFORMATION

ACCESSORIAL CHARGE POLICIES

Requesting Accessorial Charge Approval Requirements

  • Requests must include the following documentation when requesting an accessorial charge:
    • Signed rate confirmation.
    • Legible signed BOL and POD (with IN/OUT times).
  • Request must be submitted within 24 hours of delivery with valid documentation.
  • ALL requests for accessorial charges must be sent to [email protected]
  • Please allow 48 hours for a response. Approval can take up to two weeks.

Pre-Paid Charges

  • Accessorial charges that are pre-paid by EASE via comcheck can be withheld from carrier payment if carrier does not provide valid receipts or documentation to [email protected] within 24 hours of delivery.

Fuel Advances Request Process

  • New carriers and carriers who have done less than three shipments do not qualify for fuel advances.
  • Carrier’s driver must be tracking on GPS (macropoint or carrier ELD).
  • The shipment BOL, EASE rate confirmation and a written request for fuel advance must be sent to [email protected]

Fuel Advance Amounts

  • Maximum of 40% of the load can be advanced at the discretion of EASE personnel.
  • Fuel advances are charged a 5% fee on the advanced amount.

Standard Accessorial Charges

  • Detention: $35/Hour (after 2 hours) — Max of $150
  • Layover: $150 (one per 24 hours)
  • TONU (Truck Order Not Used): $100
  • Additional Stops: $50/stop
  • Late Delivery Fee: $250 (without proper notification)
Terms & Conditions

REQUIREMENTS FOR GETTING PAID

Invoicing Process

Please follow the process outlined below to submit your invoices to EASE Logistics.
This will help ensure you get paid in a timely manner.

STEP 1:

Report any OS&D to EASE personnel who assigned you on the load.

STEP 2:

Request any accessorial charges at [email protected].

STEP 3:

Gather the required documents:.

  • Carrier’s Invoice (accessorial charges must be on rate confirmation)
  • A signed EASE rate confirmation (must include additional charges)
  • The signed POD (OS&D must have EASE personnel approval)
STEP 4:

Send all required documents to the appropriate email addresses.

INVOICING EMAILS AND MAILING ADDRESS

Send Invoices to:
[email protected]

Check Payment Status:
[email protected]

Quick Pay:
[email protected]

Accessorial Request:
[email protected]

Mail Invoices To:
EASE Logistics Services, LLC
Attn: Accounts Payable
5725 Avery Rd
Dublin, OH 43016

CARRIER PAYMENT POLICY AND PROOF OF DELIVERY

Requirements:

In an effort to avoid any delays in our payment to you, we have created the following payment and required proof of delivery policy:

  1. Your Invoice must match the signed rate confirmation exactly.
  2. The original, signed proof of delivery (or a legible copy of it) must be included.
  3. The final, signed rate confirmation(s) (which must match your invoice) must be included.
  4. All reimbursable receipts must have documentation of management approval via updated rate confirmation(s) for reimbursement to be valid.
  5. You may submit the above documents via email to: [email protected]

Payment via mail or direct deposit:

EASE Logistics Services, LLC offers our carriers net 30 day pay terms once all necessary paperwork is received.

Terms

EASE BROKER CARRIER AGREEMENT

This Agreement shall govern the services provided by a licensed and authorized motor carrier pursuant to USDOT # and MC# (hereinafter referred to as “Carrier”) and EASE Logistics Services, LLC, (hereinafter referred to as “Broker”), a licensed property broker pursuant to Docket No. MC#858765. Broker and Carrier agree that notwithstanding other provisions, carriage documents or regulation to the contrary, this Agreement shall govern Carrier’s performance and obligations pertaining to transportation services for freight tendered to Carrier hereunder.

1. Broker Status. Broker is a freight broker which arranges for third party motor carriers to provide cargo transportation for its customers, in accordance with its role as legally defined under 49 U.S.C. § 13102 Definitions (2), 49 C.F.R. §371.2 and 49 U.S.C. § 14501(c)(1).

1.1. Carrier Status, Rights and Responsibility. Carrier will perform its Transportation Services for Broker and its Customers as an independent contractor and will not for any purpose be the agent of Broker or Broker’s Customers. Carrier has exclusive control and direction of the work Carrier performs pursuant to this Agreement. Carrier will not contract or take other action in Broker’s name without Broker’s prior written consent. Carrier agrees to assume full responsibility for the payment of all local, state, federal and intra-provincial payroll taxes, and contributions or taxes for unemployment insurance, worker’s compensation insurance, pensions, and other social security or related protection with respect to the persons engaged by Carrier for Carrier’s performance of the transportation and related services, and Carrier shall indemnify, defend and hold Broker, and its Customer harmless there from. Carrier shall provide Broker, with Carrier’s Federal Tax ID number and a copy of Carrier’s IRS Form W-9 prior to commencing any transportation or related services for Broker, under this Agreement.

1.2. No Right to Lien or Delay Release of Cargo or Equipment. Carrier will not assert any lien or make any claim on any cargo or equipment, and no lien will attach against Broker, its Customers or any cargo or equipment, for failure of Broker, the Customer or any other third party to pay Carrier for charges due to Carrier.

1.3. Waiver of Rights. Carrier shall, notwithstanding any other terms of this agreement, expressly waive all rights and remedies under Title 49 U.S.C., Subtitle IV, Part B to the extent they conflict with this Agreement.

1.4. Sub-Contract Prohibition. Carrier expressly agrees that all freight tendered to it by Broker shall be transported on equipment operated only under the authority of Carrier, and that Carrier shall not in any manner sub-contract, broker, or in any other form arrange for the freight to be transported by a third party without the prior written consent of Broker. If Carrier breaches this provision, Broker shall have the right of paying the monies it owes Carrier directly to the delivering Carrier, in lieu of payment to Carrier. Upon Broker’s payment to delivering Carrier, Carrier shall not be released from any liability to Broker under this agreement. In addition to the indemnity obligation reflected in this agreement the Carrier will be liable for consequential damages for violation of this clause of the agreement.

1.5. Authorities and Licenses; Compliance with Laws. Carrier warrants that it will provide physical transportation of shipments as a fully qualified motor carrier that holds all required federal and state operating authorities. If Carrier’s safety rating changes at any time during this Contract’s term or if Carrier is sold, merges or dissolves or experiences a change in control of ownership, Carrier will notify Broker immediately (within 24 hours). Carrier will comply with applicable federal, state and/or local laws and regulations (including obtaining all permits and licenses), and any representations or contractual clauses required thereby will be incorporated herein by reference or by operation of law.

2. Booking Confirmation. Carrier shall transport shipments arranged by Broker pursuant to carrier load or Booking confirmation sheet(s) included herewith or subsequently incorporated by reference (See Schedule A annexed hereto).

3. Compensation. Broker shall pay Carrier for services rendered in an amount equal to the rates and accessorial charges agreed to on the Broker/Carrier Rate Confirmation Sheet or other signed writing. Carrier must submit proof of delivery with invoices to Broker as a precondition of payment for services hereunder. Payment terms shall be thirty (30) days from receipt of necessary supporting documentation.

3.1. Payment of Invoices. Carrier agrees that Broker is the sole party responsible for payment of Carrier’s invoices and that, under no circumstance, will Carrier seek payment from other parties, to include the shipper or consignee.

4. Insurance. Carrier agrees to provide any insurance coverages required by any government body for the types of transportation and related services specified in load confirmation communications received from Broker. All insurance required by this Agreement must be written by an insurance company having a Best’s rating of “B+” VII or better and must be authorized to do business under the laws of the state(s) or province(s) in which Carrier provides the transportation and related services as specified in load confirmation communications received from Broker. Carrier’s insurance shall be primary and required to respond and pay prior to any other available coverage. Carrier agrees that Carrier, Carrier’s insurer(s), and anyone claiming by, through or under Carrier shall have no claim, right of action, or right of subrogation against Broker, its affiliates, or its Customer based on any loss or liability insured under the insurance stipulated herein. Carrier represents and warrants that it will continuously fulfill the requirements of this Section throughout the duration of this Agreement. Broker shall be notified in writing by Carrier’s insurance company at least thirty (30) days prior to the cancellation, change or nonrenewal of the submitted insurance policies. Carrier shall at all times during the term of this agreement have and maintain in full force and effect, at its expense, (i) Motor Truck Cargo insurance or a superior equivalent, with limits for the full value of the cargo under carriage subject to a minimum limit never less than US$100,000 per shipment, a deductible no greater than US$10,000 per shipment and at least the same coverage limit and deductible per shipment while in storage or at a storage facility enroute to the consignee, (ii) Commercial Automobile Liability insurance with a combined single limit of not less than US$1,000,000 per occurrence and without aggregate limits, (iii) Commercial General Liability insurance, in a limit of not less than US$1,000,000 per occurrence, (iv) Worker’s Compensation insurance in the amounts required by statute, and Employer’s Liability insurance with limits not less than US$500,000 per occurrence, and (v) if Carrier provides Transportation Services for hazardous materials under United States Department of Transportation (“DOT”) regulations, public insurance including Commercial Automobile insurance limits required for the commodity transported under 49 C.F.R § 387.7 and 387.9 (or successor regulations thereto) and statutory required Commercial Automobile insurance limits pertaining to the hazard classification of the cargo as defined by DOT, an MCS-90 and Broadened Pollution Liability endorsements for limits required by law and full policy limits. Carrier shall, prior to providing transportation and related services pursuant to this Agreement, name Broker, as a certificate holder, as required on the foregoing insurance policies and shall cause its insurance company to issue a certificate to Broker, evidencing the foregoing. When Carrier provides Transportation Services that involve origins and destinations solely within Canada, Carrier shall be current in its remittances to the appropriate Worker’s Compensation Board of the Carrier’s province, shall provide a certificate issued by the appropriate Worker’s Compensation Board of the Carrier’s province certifying that the Carrier is not delinquent and is current in its remittances to that authority, and shall have such other insurance or higher coverage limits required by applicable Canadian national or provincial law or regulation. Insurance will meet or exceed the requirements of federal, state and/or Provincial regulatory bodies having jurisdiction over Carrier’s performances pursuant to this agreement. During this Contract’s term, the insurance policies required hereunder and any replacement policies will (i) insure the interests of Broker and, (ii) cover all drivers, equipment and cargo used in providing Transportation Services and (iii) not contain any exclusions or restrictions as to designated premises or project, pertaining to unattended equipment or cargo, for unscheduled equipment, for unscheduled drivers or cargo, for fraud or infidelity, for tarp warranty, for wetness or dampness, for geographical location in the United States, for trailers unattached to the power unit, or for a particular radius of operation.

5. Carrier Moving Perishables. Carrier warrants that the carrier will inspect or hire a service representative to inspect a vehicle’s refrigeration or heating unit at least once each month. Carrier warrants that they shall maintain a record of each inspection of refrigeration or heating unit and retain the records of the inspection for a least one year. Copies of these records must be provided upon request to the carrier’s insurance company and Broker. Carrier warrants that they will maintain adequate fuel levels for the refrigeration or heating unit and assume full liability for claims and expenses incurred by the Broker or the shipper for failure to do so. The carrier must provide their cargo insurance carrier with all records that relate to a loss and permit copies and abstracts to be made from them upon request. The following rules shall apply: (a) Destination market value for lost or damaged cargo, no special or consequential damages unless by special agreement; (b) Claims will be filed with Carrier by Shipper; (c) claims notification procedures will be followed in accordance with procedure described in 49 C.F.R. 370.1-11.

6. Shipping Document Execution. Carrier is to be named on the bill of lading as the “carrier of record.”

7. INDEMNIFICATION. CARRIER WILL INDEMNIFY, DEFEND AND HOLD HARMLESS BROKER, ITS AFFILIATES AND ITS CUSTOMERS (AS INTENDED THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARIES) FROM ANY AND AGAINST ALL LOSSES (as defined below) ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE TRANSPORTATION SERVICES PROVIDED UNDER THIS CONTRACT, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE LOADING, UNLOADING, HANDLING, TRANSPORTATION, POSSESSION, CUSTODY, TOWING, STORAGE, CLEAN-UP, USE OR MAINTENANCE OF CARGO OR EQUIPMENT OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS CONTRACT (INCLUDING BREACH HEREOF) BY CARRIER OR ANY CARRIER REPRESENTATIVE. CARRIER’S OBLIGATION TO INDEMNIFY AND DEFEND SHALL NOT BE AFFECTED BY ALLEGED NEGLIGENCE OR WILLFUL MISCONDUCT OF BROKER, ITS AFFILIATES OR CUSTOMERS. IT IS THE INTENT OF THE PARTIES THAT THIS PROVISION BE CONSTRUED TO PROVIDE INDEMNIFICATION TO BROKER, ITS AFFILIATES AND CUSTOMERS TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW. IF THIS PROVISION IS FOUND IN ANY WAY TO BE OVERBROAD, IT IS THE PARTIES INTENT THAT THIS PROVISION BE ENFORCED TO ALLOW INDEMNIFICATION TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMISSIBLE. CARRIER AGREES THAT BROKER MAY SETTLE ANY CLAIMS ASSERTED, WHETHER FILED IN COURT OR THREATENED TO BE FILED, RELATED TO LOSSES, ON COMMERCIALLY REASONABLE TERMS AND THAT CARRIER WILL REIMBURSE BROKER FOR THE FULL AMOUNT OF THE SETTLEMENT AND COSTS, INCLUDING ATTORNEYS’ FEES. “Losses” mean any and all losses, liabilities, obligations, personal injury, bodily injury, property damage, loss or theft of property, damages, penalties, actions, causes of action, claims, suits, demands, costs and expenses of any nature whatsoever, including reasonable attorneys’ and paralegals’ fees and other costs of defense, investigation and settlement, costs of containment, cleanup and remediation of spills, towing of trucks and/or trailers (including carrier’s trucks and/or trailers), releases or other environmental contamination and costs of enforcement of indemnity obligations.

8. Carrier’s Cargo Liability. Carrier assumes full liability for the greater of replacement cost, Shipper’s/ Consignor’s commercial invoice or market value for loss, damage or destruction of any and all goods or property tendered to Carrier by Broker, and for the full course of carriage. Carrier shall inspect each load at the time it is tendered to Carrier to assure its condition. If Carrier is tendered a load which is not in suitable condition, it shall notify Broker, immediately. Cargo which has been tendered to Carrier intact and released by Carrier in a damaged condition, or lost or destroyed subsequent to such tender to Carrier, shall be conclusively presumed to have been lost, damaged or destroyed by Carrier unless Carrier can establish otherwise by clear and convincing evidence. Deliveries with broker seals shall be rejected and declared a total loss for which the Carrier is held responsible.

Carrier shall either pay Broker directly or allow Broker to deduct from the amount Broker owes Carrier, the amount of Customer’s full actual loss. Carrier agrees that it will assert no lien against cargo transported hereunder. Broker, shall deduct from the amount Broker otherwise owes Carrier, the Customer’s full actual loss of all claims that are not resolved within ninety (90) days of the date of the claim. Carrier agrees to indemnify Broker, for any payments relating to such loss or damage incurred hereunder. In the event of an accident, Carrier shall notify Broker immediately for further instructions. Carrier shall return all damaged shipments at its expense to the point of origin or to other points as instructed by Broker. Claims notification & salvage procedures will be followed in accordance with the procedure described in 49 C.F.R. §370.1-11. Carrier will make all payments pursuant to the provisions of this Section within thirty (30) days following receipt by Carrier of Customer’s invoice or demand and supporting documentation for the claim.

8.1. Salvage Claims. Carrier shall waive any and all right of salvage or resale of any of Customer’s damaged goods and shall, at Broker’s reasonable request and direction, promptly return or dispose, at Carrier’s cost, any and all of Customer’s damaged and goods shipped by Carrier. Carrier shall not under any circumstance allow Customer’s goods to be sold or made available for sale or otherwise disposed of in any salvage markets, employee stores, or any other secondary outlets. In the event that damaged goods are returned to Customer and salvaged by Customer, Carrier shall receive a credit for the actual salvage value of such goods.

9. Governing Law; Consent to Jurisdiction and Integration. This Contract will be construed, to the extent not preempted by applicable federal law, under the laws of the State of Ohio, without giving effect to any choice or conflict of law rules. Carrier waives all right to trial by jury in any action, suit or proceeding brought to enforce or defend any rights or remedies under this Contract. Each of the parties hereby irrevocably and unconditionally (i) submits to the exclusive jurisdiction of any federal or state court sitting in Franklin County, Ohio in any suit, action or arising out of, connected with, related to, or incidental to the relationship established among them in connection with this Contract and (ii) waives, to the fullest extent permitted by law, any objection to venue or any defense of inconvenient forum in connection with any such court; provided however that jurisdiction for disputes regarding claims brought by third parties requiring Carrier’s indemnification hereunder may be effected in the courts where such third party claims are filed. This written Agreement, together with any load confirmation, contains the entire agreement between the parties and may only be modified by signed written agreement. Carrier agrees to pay all costs and reasonable attorneys’ fees incurred by Broker associated with Broker’s enforcement of this agreement or any other dispute between Broker and Carrier arising out of, connected with, related to, or incidental to the relationship established among them in connection with this Contract

9.1. Safety Rating. Carrier shall endeavor to maintain a satisfactory U.S. DOT Safety Rating but under no circumstances is Carrier allowed to provide services if their safety rating falls to “unsatisfactory.”

10. Confidentiality Obligations. Carrier acknowledges that in carrying out this Contract, it will learn proprietary information about Broker and its business, including its rates, services, personnel, computer systems, Customers, traffic volumes, origins and destinations, commodity types, shipment information and business practices (the “Information”). During this Contract’s term and for 12 months after its termination, Carrier will hold the Contract provisions and Information in confidence, restrict disclosure to those Carrier Representatives with a need to know, and not use the Information to Broker’s competitive detriment or for any purpose except as contemplated hereby. Carrier may disclose Information to the extent required by a governmental agency or under a court order, provided that Carrier notifies Broker of such requirements before disclosure.

10.1. Non-solicitation of Customers. During this Contract’s term and for 9 months after its termination, Carrier will not, and will cause the Carrier Representatives not, to directly or indirectly solicit or provide transportation services to any Customer without Broker’s prior written consent if (a) that Customer first became known to Carrier as a result of Broker’s engagement of Carrier, (b) the type of transportation services, such as the origins and destinations served or commodity types, provided to that Customer first became known to Carrier as a result of Broker’s engagement of Carrier or (c) the first shipment transported by Carrier for that Customer was tendered to Carrier by Broker. If Carrier or any Carrier Representative solicits a Customer in violation of this Section, Carrier shall pay to Broker as a commission 10% of the total charges, with a maximum of US$200 per shipment, for transportation services provided by Carrier to such Customer.

11. Savings Clause. If any provision of this Agreement or any Transportation Schedule is held to be invalid, the remainder of the Agreement or the Transportation Schedule shall remain in force and effect with the offensive term or condition being stricken to the extent necessary to comply with any conflicting law.

12. Hostage Loads. Carriers who threaten or through action show intent to hold a load hostage will be charged $1000.00. Under the Uniform Commercial Code, a carrier has a lien on any shipment for the freight charges owed by the shipper on that shipment; however, U.C.C. Under Section 7-307, states that the lien doesn’t extend to any other money the shipper may owe the carrier, including unpaid freight charges, unagreed to charges, threats of disposal, returned cargo or any other shipments. Holding a load hostage and refusing to abide by the direction of the cargo owner is without the support of law and is considered theft, a criminal offense.

13. Entirety of Agreement. This agreement sets forth the entire agreement and understanding that EASE Logistics, “Broker”, is providing logistics and transportation services for their select customers and any verbal, written or contractual communication is on our customers behalf. “Carrier” understand that the operational requests in “Brokers” agreements, confirmations and communication are set by “Brokers” customers and “Broker” holds no control of these requirements.

14. Term. This Agreement shall be for the period of one (1) year and shall be automatically renewed unless canceled. Either party may terminate this Agreement upon fifteen (15) days written notice. By signatory hereto, CARRIER represents that it has the authority and ability to enter into legally binding contracts and that CARRIER agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement effective immediately.

Terms and Conditions *

**Requests to modify the terms and conditions should be sent to [email protected]. All requested modifications will be reviewed on a case by case basis. Not accepting the terms and conditions will result in a delay with processing your application. The delay may be up to 48 hours.

ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS (REQUIRED)*

If unable to upload, please email documents to [email protected]. Email subject line must include Carrier Name and MC/DOT. Carrier must provide the following documents:

  • FMCSA letter
  • W-9
  • Certificate of Insurance (COI) stating EASE Logistics as a holder

CARRIER

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