3.1 The airline is compensated as a letter of exposure (letter of issue on list) on the basis of the provisions, fares and charges contained in the schedules attached to it and recorded in this schedule (including subsequent amendments to this agreement, which were approved in the manner provided for by the amendments to this Agreement, all in accordance with Section 2.2). Unless expressly included in this agreement, Schedule D provisions, rates and charges include all costs associated with the services provided by the carrier, its representatives and subcontractors designated under this agreement. 6.3 The airline has the right to terminate this contract thirty (30) days after prior written notification if the shipper has not complied with the terms of payment of an undisputed amount for more than thirty (30) days and if this amount is outstanding for more than thirty (30) days after written request from the carrier. 2.1 The airline undertakes to provide the shipper, for the duration of this contract, with the transportation and transportation logistics services specified in the following section 2 paragraphs, as requested from time to time by the carrier. If one of the parties may be excluded from the performance of this sub-activity because of a case of force majeure, sovereignty, strike, lockout or other grounds beyond its control, such misconduct or default must be excused to the extent necessary for such a reason. The party involved in the force majeure event must use the necessary diligence to remedy this failure. If, due to a labour dispute, administrative action, an act of God or such an act, the carrier is unable to provide logistical transport services to the extent provided by this agreement, it must in any event, to the extent that it is still able to provide shipping and transport. , provide these services to the shipper in proportion to the amount that the carrier`s transaction provided to the shipper prior to the date of the incident. , to continue to do so. 4.1 The shipper or its duly authorized agents offer the carrier a portion of the shipments from secondary sites for the duration of this Convention (number) of product deliveries from the main site and, if circumstances require it due to the individual needs of the sender and at its discretion, a portion of the shipments from secondary sites.