2.2.1. Variant a, online process: In this case, the customer submits an offer by sending the order after passing the online ordering process by activating the “Order for payment” button. The ordering process via the online order form comprises a total of three steps. In the first step, the customer selects the desired number of user accesses. In the second step, the customer enters the customer data including the billing address. In the third step, the customer has the possibility to check all information (e..B. name, address, number of user accesses ordered) again and, if necessary, to correct it before the order is finally transmitted to NMMN Innovations by clicking on “order for payment”.
2.2.2. After sending the order, the customer will receive an order confirmation by e-mail to the e-mail address provided by him. This order confirmation is the acceptance of the offer by NMMN Innovations. In this case, the contract of use consists of the order confirmation corresponding to the customer’s order and these general terms and conditions.
2.3. Variant b, contract signing: The customer receives a written contract, which he sends back to NMMN Innovations in a completed and signed manner. NMMN Innovations will confirm the contract.
3. access requirements and access to DGDeT.nmmn.com
3.1. Prerequisite for the access and use of DGDeT.nmmn.com as a consignor is a valid proof of qualification and/or instruction accepted by the competent authority, which entitles the respective user to sign dangerous goods dispatcher declarations for the respective mode of transport as well as the prior registration with “DGDeT.nmmn.com” and the transmission of the information and documents described below.
3.2. The following information must be provided by the authorized user:
3.2.1. Personal information (address, title, first and last name, job title, professional contact details and date of birth).
3.2.2. Company-specific information (company name, VAT ID, address, contact details as well as team or e-mail addresses of the respective department or grouping).
The above information is transmitted via a web form. 3.3. In addition, the following documents and evidence must be provided by the authorized user after registration:
3.3.1. For the mode of transport Luft (IATA DGR), a valid PK certificate recognised by the relevant competent authority must be provided by file-upload for each authorised user who is to be able to draw up declarations for that mode of transport and the date of validity and expiry of the vehicle must be entered as part of the registration process.
3.3.2. For the modes of transport road (ADR) and lake (IMDG), the authorized user must be confirmed for the respective mode of transport the corresponding authorization and instruction to issue the declaration of dangerous goods in accordance with the relevant regulations.
3.3.3. Eligible users without any qualification for dangerous goods (e.B. forwarding agents) are not entitled to draw up declarations of dangerous goods, but may only perform tasks for which no special dangerous goods qualification is required (e.B. the entries regarding AWB number, departure and arrival airport on the dangerous goods document). 3.3.4. If qualifications have to be entered or stored, the information can be stored by the moderator or the authorized user himself in the ASP service DGDeT.nmmn.com or uploaded as a file upload after registration.
3.4. For the mode of transport Luft (IATA DGR) after the expiry date, a further use of DGDeT.nmmn.com is only possible after depositing a new, valid PK certificate. The authorized user has, upon request, been