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SIGN AN AGREEMENT

This Transportation Agreement (the "Agreement") is entered into as of
by and between SAKAEM Logistics, a Delaware Limited Lability Company ("SAKAEM"), and
WHEREAS, SAKAEM is a regulated transportation broker pursuant to authority issued by the Federal
Motor Carrier Safety Administration.

WHEREAS, Carrier is a regulated carrier engaged in the transportation of automobiles and light trucks
pursuant to certificates of public convenience and necessity and permits issued by the Federal Motor

Carrier Safety Administration and the Department of Transportation; and

WHEREAS, SAKAEM and Carrier are desirous of providing for the transportation by Carrier of loads of
automobiles and light trucks (“Loads”) originated and designated by SAKAEM;

NOW, THEREFORE, in view of the above and foregoing, the mutual covenants and conditions set forth
herein, and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby

acknowledged, the parties hereto agree as follows:
1. Scope of Work. Carrier hereby agrees to accept Loads as tendered by SAKAEM and agrees to
transport such Loads from such origination locations to such destinations as designated by SAKAEM
in accordance with the following:
(a) SAKAEM will advise Carrier of Loads that SAKAEM is willing to make available to Carrier, and
Carrier will advise SAKAEM of the availability of equipment to handle the available Loads.
(b) The timeliness of both pick-up and delivery is essential to providing quality service to a shipper;
therefore, SAKAEM, prior to tendering Loads to Carrier will advise Carrier as to which Loads need to be
both picked up and delivered, and Carrier will advise if Carrier is able to meet these requirements.
Carrier will ensure that Loads tendered by SAKAEM to Carrier are picked up and delivered in
accordance with the shipper's requirements.
(c) SAKAEM will advise Carrier of the contractual requirements of any shipper whose Loads are
tendered to Carrier, and Carrier shall comply with and meet such requirements. If requested by
SAKAEM, Carrier shall acknowledge in writing Carrier’s understanding of the requirements and Carrier’s
agreement to meet said requirements.
(d) SAKAEM will require Carrier to comply with certain specific operating

standards necessary to providing to SAKAEM's customers and shippers the service that they require
and to which they are entitled. These operating standards will be provided to Carrier, and Carrier shall
acknowledge in writing both its understanding of and its commitment to comply with these standards.
These standards will be changed as conditions dictate, and Carrier will be advised of these changes
and shall acknowledge the changes and reaffirm Carrier’s commitment to comply with said standards.

(e) Carrier's performance of transportation services without loss or damage to
the Loads is an essential obligation and duty of this Agreement. Carrier agrees to meet the
requirements and objectives of all written programs, practices and procedures instituted by SAKAEM
and its shippers regarding the quality of transportation services
2. Carrier's Operating Authority; Insurance Coverage. Carrier represents and warrants that it is duly and
legally qualified to provide, as a contract carrier, the transportation services contemplated herein.
Carrier shall obtain, at its sole cost and expense, all licenses, permits and approvals required under any
applicable statute or regulation for the transportation of vehicles. The Loads tendered to Carrier by
SAKAEM will be handled under Carrier's operating authority and under Carrier's workers' compensation,
auto and general liability insurance coverage.
3. Insurance. Carrier shall maintain the following insurance at a minimum and provide evidence of such
insurance to SAKAEM upon execution of this Agreement and at every policy renewal for the term of
this Agreement. Evidence shall be provided to SAKAEM by a copy of the entire insurance policy and a
certificate of insurance indicating thirty (30) days notice before cancellation or material change in
coverage. Certificates of insurance indicating renewal coverage must be received by SAKAEM before
previous coverage expires.

(a) Automobile. Automobile Liability Insurance with minimum limits of $1,000,000 Combined Single
Limits for Bodily Injury and Property Damage. This limit can be provided by a $1,000,000 primary
automobile liability policy and an excess liability or umbrella policy with limits of $1,000,000 and higher.
SAKAEM shall be named as an additional insured for Automobile Liability Insurance.
(b) General Liability. Commercial General Liability Insurance, including
coverage for contractual liability, with limits of at least $1,000,000 Bodily Injury and Property Damage
Combined Single Limit, $1,000,000 General Aggregate and $1,000,000 Personal Injury. SAKAEM shall be
named as an additional insured for Commercial General Liability Insurance.
(c) Workers' Compensation. Workers' Compensation Insurance for statutory
coverage shall be maintained in the name of Carrier including Employer’s Liability Insurance with limits
of $500,000 each accident, $500,000 disease policy limits and $500,000 disease each employee.
Workers' Compensation will be provided in the name of Carrier unless Carrier uses independent
contractors or owner operators as drivers.
(d) Cargo. As Carrier is responsible for damage to vehicles while in its care,
custody or control, Motor Truck Cargo coverage with limits per tractor/trailer unit of $100,000, or the
value of the load, whichever is greater, per vehicle, must be maintained. The deductible per loss should
be no greater than $5,000. Even though Motor Truck Cargo insurance is required, Carrier is responsible
for any and all damage to the Loads. Carrier hereby acknowledges and agrees that in the event high-end
vehicles are being hauled, SAKAEM reserves the right to adjust these limits.
(e) Coverage. Coverage shall be placed with financially sound and reputable
insurance companies licensed to do business in the jurisdictions in which transportation services are
being provided and that are otherwise reasonably acceptable to SAKAEM. Any restrictions of coverage
other than normal policy exclusions must be identified on the certificate. As an additional insured, a
copy of all endorsements must be sent to SAKAEM. Coverage is to be provided on policies using
Insurance Service Office (ISO) forms for automobile and general liability coverage and National
Council of Compensation Insurance policies for workers' compensation.

4. Identification of Load. Each Load handled by Carrier will be billed to SAKAEM and identified as
follows:

ORIGIN, Transit order number, VIN, (LAST 8 DIGITS), DISTRIB., CITY/STATE, RATE PER UNIT or utilizing
a format and vehicle description satisfactory to SAKAEM.

5. Commission; Billing and Payment. Carrier hereby assigns to SAKAEM all rights to bill and collect all
revenues generated by Carrier's handling of Loads generated under this Agreement. Unless SAKAEM
instructs Carrier to bill an auction directly for transportation services, SAKAEM shall (a) bill the
shippers for the handling of their units, (b) be reimbursed in accordance with the rates established
between the shipper and SAKAEM and (c) tender payment to Carrier in accordance with the rates set
forth in the transit order, which have been agreed to by SAKAEM and Carrier in writing and made a part
hereof; such payments will be made to Carrier by SAKAEM within thirty (30) days after SAKAEM's
receipt of proof of delivery from Carrier and an invoice. In the event SAKAEM instructs Carrier to bill an
auction directly, Carrier acknowledges and agrees to submit proof of delivery and an invoice to the
applicable auction site and to accept payment directly from the auction. Carrier hereby acknowledges
and agrees that there are no other applicable rates or charges except those established by this
Agreement.

6. Bill of Lading. Carrier must provide SAKAEM delivery notification upon completion of each assigned
Load. Carrier must provide the signed bill of lading within five (5) days of delivery to SAKAEM Logistics,

1957 Lakeside Parkway, Suite 508, Tucker, GA 30084, Attention: Carrier Management. Carrier
acknowledges and agrees that some accounts may require a quicker turn-around of the delivery
document.
7. Control of Equipment and Drivers. Carrier shall, at its sole cost and expense, (a) furnish all
equipment necessary or required for the performance of its obligations hereunder (the “Equipment”),
(b) pay all expenses related, in any way, to the use and operation of the Equipment, (c) maintain the
Equipment in good repair, mechanical condition and appearance, (d) utilize only competent, able and
legally licensed drivers and personnel and (e) comply with all local laws, statutes, ordinances and
regulations applicable to its operations or the conduct of its business. The Equipment, drivers and
other personnel of Carrier shall remain under the sole and exclusive control of Carrier, and such drivers
and personnel shall not be deemed to be the employees of SAKAEM. Carrier acknowledges and agrees
that it has complete responsibility for all state and federal taxes, assessments, insurance and any other
financial obligations arising out of the transportation services provided hereunder.
8. Risk of Loss. Carrier shall have the sole and exclusive care, custody and control of the Loads from
the time the Loads are delivered to Carrier for transportation until delivered to the consignee
accompanied by the bill of lading or other proof of delivery. Carrier assumes liability for loss, delay,
damage to or destruction of any and all of the Loads while under Carrier’s care, control or custody, and
Carrier shall bear all risk of loss with respect to the Loads being transported by Carrier pursuant to this
Agreement. Carrier shall indicate on the delivery receipt any damage to Loads transported by Carrier.
SAKAEM will handle the claims with the shippers, and Carrier shall pay all such claims within ten (10)
days after notification of the amount of such claim by SAKAEM. SAKAEM will advise Carrier of each
shipper's loading requirements and cargo claim payment procedures, and Carrier agrees to comply with
those requirements and to honor claims filed with SAKAEM in accordance with this procedure. In case
of severe damage to a vehicle bearing a brand or trademark, which in any way carries or implies the
guarantee of the manufacturer, the manufacturer, exercising its discretion, shall be the sole judge as to
whether the vehicle involved is to be declared a "Total Loss". If the manufacturer is the owner of the
vehicle, and the vehicle is declared a Total Loss, such damaged vehicle shall not be sold or
otherwise disposed of except by the manufacturer or with its consent. The manufacturer in some
cases may also invoke a “loss of sale” penalty on Total Loss claims in addition to the cost of the
vehicle. Carrier acknowledges and agrees that it shall be responsible for payment in full of all costs,
expenses and penalties associated with a Total Loss. This section shall survive expiration or earlier
termination of this Agreement.
9. Indemnification. Carrier shall indemnify, defend and hold SAKAEM, its officers, directors and
employees harmless from and against any and all claims, liabilities, losses, damages, suits, costs and
expenses of every kind and nature whatsoever, including without limitation, attorneys’ fees, court costs
and other costs and expenses of investigation and litigation, arising from or as a result of services
provided by Carrier pursuant to this Agreement and for any breach by Carrier of any representation,
warranty or covenant contained in this Agreement, including without limitation any third party liability
for accidents, liability for taxes and fines, and liability for any acts of the employees, servants, agents or
contractors of Carrier; provided, however, Carrier shall have no obligation to indemnify SAKAEM for any
claim, loss, liability or expense resulting solely and directly from SAKAEM’s gross negligence or willful
misconduct, as determined by a final judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction. This paragraph
shall survive the expiration or earlier termination of this Agreement.
10. Compliance with Laws. Carrier shall obey all applicable federal, state and local laws and
regulations, including, but not limited to, laws and regulations associated with the transportation of
vehicles. Carrier shall immediately notify SAKAEM in writing in the event Carrier's operating authorities
are suspended, revoked, or if Carrier receives an unsatisfactory safety rating.
11. Noncompetition. During the term of this Agreement and for a period of six (6) months following the
expiration or earlier termination of this Agreement, Carrier shall not compete, solicit or submit any bid
on any vehicles or “traffic” assigned by SAKAEM to Carrier.

12. Term. This Agreement shall become effective upon the date hereof and shall continue for a period
of thirty (30) days from the date hereof and shall continue in effect thereafter on a month-to-month
basis, unless this Agreement is affirmatively terminated as hereinafter provided.

13. Termination. Either party may terminate this agreement upon 30 days written notice to the other
party.
14. Default. In the event that Carrier fails to perform any of its obligations hereunder, SAKAEM will give
Carrier written notice specifying the nature of the default and demanding cure satisfactory to SAKAEM
within (a) five (5) days for a payment default, and (b) thirty (30) days for any default other than a
payment default following receipt of the demand to cure. Failing such cure, SAKAEM will have the right
to (a) cease tendering all or a portion of the Loads to Carrier and/or (b) immediately terminate this
Agreement without prejudice to any other rights and remedies it may have at law or in equity. Failure of
SAKAEM to notify Carrier of a default is not a waiver by SAKAEM relative to the default.
15. Notices. All notices or communications which are required to be given under this Agreement shall
be in writing and either served personally or sent by regular or certified mail, postage prepaid, or by
nationally recognized overnight delivery service, to the other party at the business address specified
below. Either party may notify the other in writing of a change of address.

If to SAKAEM:
SAKAEM Logistics LLC
1957 Lakeside Parkway
Suite 508
Tucker, Georgia 30084
Attn: Jason Hilderbrand
               
If to Carrier:
16. Governing Law. This Agreement shall be subject to and interpreted in accordance with the laws of
the State of Georgia without reference to any choice of law principles thereof.

17. Entire Agreement. This Agreement, together with the agreements referred to herein, shall constitute
the entire agreement between the parties hereto with respect to the subject matter contemplated
hereby.
18. Successors and Assigns. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the
parties hereto and their respective heirs, successors and permitted assigns.
19. Assignment. Carrier may not assign, transfer, subcontract or delegate its rights or obligations under
this Agreement without the prior written consent of SAKAEM. Any attempt to assign, transfer,
subcontract or delegate without such consent shall be void. SAKAEM may assign, transfer, subcontract
or delegate its rights or obligations under this Agreement.
20. Amendment. This Agreement may be amended only by a written agreement executed by all of the
parties hereto.
21. Independent Contractor. Carrier will be deemed an independent contractor of SAKAEM and will
provide all resources necessary to perform the transportation services described herein. The
relationship of the parties to each other shall not be deemed to be that of a partnership or a joint
venture of any kind.
22. Confidentiality. The provisions of this Agreement are considered confidential and, as to certain
terms, including rates, are considered trade secrets, and may not be disclosed to a third party without
the consent of the other party except:
(a) as required by statute, regulation or court order, (b) to a parent, affiliate or subsidiary company, or

(c) to an auditing firm that accepts to be bound by the terms of this confidentiality provision. If this
provision is breached, this Agreement may be terminated immediately with written notice by the non-
disclosing party to the disclosing party, which is in addition to, and not in lieu of, any other right or

remedy to which it is entitled at law or in equity. This paragraph shall survive the expiration or earlier
termination of this Agreement for a period of two (2) years.
23. Force Majeure. The obligation of Carrier to furnish and of SAKAEM to use transportation services
will be temporarily suspended during any period in which either of the parties is unable to comply with
this Agreement because of fire, flood, Act of God, civil commotion, labor disputes, government
interference or regulations or any other events similar to the foregoing that are beyond the reasonable
control of, and are not due to the negligence of, the party claiming force majeure. The parties will make
all reasonable efforts to continue to meet their obligations for the duration of the force majeure. The
party claiming force majeure shall promptly notify the other party when the force majeure begins, the
nature of the force majeure and when the force majeure is terminated.
24. Incorporation of Appendices and Exhibits. The appendices and exhibits identified in this Agreement

are incorporated in this Agreement by reference and made part hereof.
25. Waiver of Carrier’s Lien. Carrier shall not withhold any goods of any shipper or customer of
SAKAEM on account of any dispute as to rates or any alleged failure of SAKAEM to pay charges
incurred under this Agreement. To the fullest extent permitted by law, Carrier hereby waives and
releases all liens that Carrier might otherwise have to any goods or equipment of SAKAEM or its
shippers or customers in the possession or control of Carrier. This Section shall survive expiration of
earlier termination of this Agreement.
26. Non-Exclusivity. Carrier understands and agrees that this Agreement is not exclusive, and that
SAKAEM has the right to transport all vehicles, in any manner and at any time without use of, or
compensation to, Carrier.
27. Severability. In case any provision in or obligation hereunder shall be invalid, illegal or
unenforceable in any jurisdiction, the validity, legality and enforceability of the remaining provisions or
obligations, or of such provision or obligation in any other jurisdiction, shall not in any way be affected
or impaired thereby.
28. No Waiver. No term or provision of this Agreement will be deemed waived and no default or breach
will be deemed excused, unless such waiver or consent is in writing and signed by a representative of
the party claimed to have waived or consented. Consent by a party to, or waiver of, a breach or default
by the other party, express or implied, will not constitute a consent to, waiver of, or excuse any
difference or subsequent breach or default.
29. Acceptance. Carrier has read and understands this Agreement and agrees that written acceptance
or commencement of any work or services under this Agreement shall constitute Carrier’s acceptance
of these terms and conditions.
30. Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed by the parties in separate counterparts, each of
which when so executed and delivered shall be an original, but all such counterparts shall together
constitute one and the same instrument. All signatures of any party may be transmitted by facsimile,
and a facsimile for all purposes be deemed to be the original signature of the person whose signature
it reproduces and will be binding upon that person and on the party on whose behalf that person signed.

               
IN WITNESS WHERE OF, the parties have duly executed this Agreement as of the date first written above.
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UPLOAD DOCUMENTS

Additional documents will need to be sent in before the contract will be considered complete.
Additional documents: W-9, DOT Authority, and a copy of insurance certification with SAKAEM Logistics listed as the certificate holder as well as an additional insured.
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COMPANY INFORMATION

Corporate Office Address
Corporate Office Contact
Remit to Address
Accounts Receivable Contact
Brief Business Description
Standard Operating Terms: 30 days Unless otherwise noted here:
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TAX IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

The TIN provided must match the Name on IRS Record, to avoid backup withholding. For individuals with a "dba" business, this is your Social Security Number; for other entities, it is your Employer Identification Number (BIN)
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SAKAEM - Carrier Signup Agreement
This Transportation Agreement (the "Agreement") is entered into as of
Date {{formattedDate}}
by and between SAKAEM Logistics, a Delaware Limited Lability Company ("SAKAEM"), and
The Carrier Name: {{step1.carrierName}}
WHEREAS, SAKAEM is a regulated transportation broker pursuant to authority issued by the Federal
Motor Carrier Safety Administration.

WHEREAS, Carrier is a regulated carrier engaged in the transportation of automobiles and light trucks
pursuant to certificates of public convenience and necessity and permits issued by the Federal Motor

Carrier Safety Administration and the Department of Transportation; and

WHEREAS, SAKAEM and Carrier are desirous of providing for the transportation by Carrier of loads of
automobiles and light trucks (“Loads”) originated and designated by SAKAEM;

NOW, THEREFORE, in view of the above and foregoing, the mutual covenants and conditions set forth
herein, and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby

acknowledged, the parties hereto agree as follows:
1. Scope of Work. Carrier hereby agrees to accept Loads as tendered by SAKAEM and agrees to
transport such Loads from such origination locations to such destinations as designated by SAKAEM
in accordance with the following:
(a) SAKAEM will advise Carrier of Loads that SAKAEM is willing to make available to Carrier, and
Carrier will advise SAKAEM of the availability of equipment to handle the available Loads.
(b) The timeliness of both pick-up and delivery is essential to providing quality service to a shipper;
therefore, SAKAEM, prior to tendering Loads to Carrier will advise Carrier as to which Loads need to be
both picked up and delivered, and Carrier will advise if Carrier is able to meet these requirements.
Carrier will ensure that Loads tendered by SAKAEM to Carrier are picked up and delivered in
accordance with the shipper's requirements.
(c) SAKAEM will advise Carrier of the contractual requirements of any shipper whose Loads are
tendered to Carrier, and Carrier shall comply with and meet such requirements. If requested by
SAKAEM, Carrier shall acknowledge in writing Carrier’s understanding of the requirements and Carrier’s
agreement to meet said requirements.
(d) SAKAEM will require Carrier to comply with certain specific operating

standards necessary to providing to SAKAEM's customers and shippers the service that they require
and to which they are entitled. These operating standards will be provided to Carrier, and Carrier shall
acknowledge in writing both its understanding of and its commitment to comply with these standards.
These standards will be changed as conditions dictate, and Carrier will be advised of these changes
and shall acknowledge the changes and reaffirm Carrier’s commitment to comply with said standards.

(e) Carrier's performance of transportation services without loss or damage to
the Loads is an essential obligation and duty of this Agreement. Carrier agrees to meet the
requirements and objectives of all written programs, practices and procedures instituted by SAKAEM
and its shippers regarding the quality of transportation services
2. Carrier's Operating Authority; Insurance Coverage. Carrier represents and warrants that it is duly and
legally qualified to provide, as a contract carrier, the transportation services contemplated herein.
Carrier shall obtain, at its sole cost and expense, all licenses, permits and approvals required under any
applicable statute or regulation for the transportation of vehicles. The Loads tendered to Carrier by
SAKAEM will be handled under Carrier's operating authority and under Carrier's workers' compensation,
auto and general liability insurance coverage.
3. Insurance. Carrier shall maintain the following insurance at a minimum and provide evidence of such
insurance to SAKAEM upon execution of this Agreement and at every policy renewal for the term of
this Agreement. Evidence shall be provided to SAKAEM by a copy of the entire insurance policy and a
certificate of insurance indicating thirty (30) days notice before cancellation or material change in
coverage. Certificates of insurance indicating renewal coverage must be received by SAKAEM before
previous coverage expires.

(a) Automobile. Automobile Liability Insurance with minimum limits of $1,000,000 Combined Single
Limits for Bodily Injury and Property Damage. This limit can be provided by a $1,000,000 primary
automobile liability policy and an excess liability or umbrella policy with limits of $1,000,000 and higher.
SAKAEM shall be named as an additional insured for Automobile Liability Insurance.
(b) General Liability. Commercial General Liability Insurance, including
coverage for contractual liability, with limits of at least $1,000,000 Bodily Injury and Property Damage
Combined Single Limit, $1,000,000 General Aggregate and $1,000,000 Personal Injury. SAKAEM shall be
named as an additional insured for Commercial General Liability Insurance.
(c) Workers' Compensation. Workers' Compensation Insurance for statutory
coverage shall be maintained in the name of Carrier including Employer’s Liability Insurance with limits
of $500,000 each accident, $500,000 disease policy limits and $500,000 disease each employee.
Workers' Compensation will be provided in the name of Carrier unless Carrier uses independent
contractors or owner operators as drivers.
(d) Cargo. As Carrier is responsible for damage to vehicles while in its care,
custody or control, Motor Truck Cargo coverage with limits per tractor/trailer unit of $100,000, or the
value of the load, whichever is greater, per vehicle, must be maintained. The deductible per loss should
be no greater than $5,000. Even though Motor Truck Cargo insurance is required, Carrier is responsible
for any and all damage to the Loads. Carrier hereby acknowledges and agrees that in the event high-end
vehicles are being hauled, SAKAEM reserves the right to adjust these limits.
(e) Coverage. Coverage shall be placed with financially sound and reputable
insurance companies licensed to do business in the jurisdictions in which transportation services are
being provided and that are otherwise reasonably acceptable to SAKAEM. Any restrictions of coverage
other than normal policy exclusions must be identified on the certificate. As an additional insured, a
copy of all endorsements must be sent to SAKAEM. Coverage is to be provided on policies using
Insurance Service Office (ISO) forms for automobile and general liability coverage and National
Council of Compensation Insurance policies for workers' compensation.

4. Identification of Load. Each Load handled by Carrier will be billed to SAKAEM and identified as
follows:

ORIGIN, Transit order number, VIN, (LAST 8 DIGITS), DISTRIB., CITY/STATE, RATE PER UNIT or utilizing
a format and vehicle description satisfactory to SAKAEM.

5. Commission; Billing and Payment. Carrier hereby assigns to SAKAEM all rights to bill and collect all
revenues generated by Carrier's handling of Loads generated under this Agreement. Unless SAKAEM
instructs Carrier to bill an auction directly for transportation services, SAKAEM shall (a) bill the
shippers for the handling of their units, (b) be reimbursed in accordance with the rates established
between the shipper and SAKAEM and (c) tender payment to Carrier in accordance with the rates set
forth in the transit order, which have been agreed to by SAKAEM and Carrier in writing and made a part
hereof; such payments will be made to Carrier by SAKAEM within thirty (30) days after SAKAEM's
receipt of proof of delivery from Carrier and an invoice. In the event SAKAEM instructs Carrier to bill an
auction directly, Carrier acknowledges and agrees to submit proof of delivery and an invoice to the
applicable auction site and to accept payment directly from the auction. Carrier hereby acknowledges
and agrees that there are no other applicable rates or charges except those established by this
Agreement.

6. Bill of Lading. Carrier must provide SAKAEM delivery notification upon completion of each assigned
Load. Carrier must provide the signed bill of lading within five (5) days of delivery to SAKAEM Logistics,

1957 Lakeside Parkway, Suite 508, Tucker, GA 30084, Attention: Carrier Management. Carrier
acknowledges and agrees that some accounts may require a quicker turn-around of the delivery
document.
7. Control of Equipment and Drivers. Carrier shall, at its sole cost and expense, (a) furnish all
equipment necessary or required for the performance of its obligations hereunder (the “Equipment”),
(b) pay all expenses related, in any way, to the use and operation of the Equipment, (c) maintain the
Equipment in good repair, mechanical condition and appearance, (d) utilize only competent, able and
legally licensed drivers and personnel and (e) comply with all local laws, statutes, ordinances and
regulations applicable to its operations or the conduct of its business. The Equipment, drivers and
other personnel of Carrier shall remain under the sole and exclusive control of Carrier, and such drivers
and personnel shall not be deemed to be the employees of SAKAEM. Carrier acknowledges and agrees
that it has complete responsibility for all state and federal taxes, assessments, insurance and any other
financial obligations arising out of the transportation services provided hereunder.
8. Risk of Loss. Carrier shall have the sole and exclusive care, custody and control of the Loads from
the time the Loads are delivered to Carrier for transportation until delivered to the consignee
accompanied by the bill of lading or other proof of delivery. Carrier assumes liability for loss, delay,
damage to or destruction of any and all of the Loads while under Carrier’s care, control or custody, and
Carrier shall bear all risk of loss with respect to the Loads being transported by Carrier pursuant to this
Agreement. Carrier shall indicate on the delivery receipt any damage to Loads transported by Carrier.
SAKAEM will handle the claims with the shippers, and Carrier shall pay all such claims within ten (10)
days after notification of the amount of such claim by SAKAEM. SAKAEM will advise Carrier of each
shipper's loading requirements and cargo claim payment procedures, and Carrier agrees to comply with
those requirements and to honor claims filed with SAKAEM in accordance with this procedure. In case
of severe damage to a vehicle bearing a brand or trademark, which in any way carries or implies the
guarantee of the manufacturer, the manufacturer, exercising its discretion, shall be the sole judge as to
whether the vehicle involved is to be declared a "Total Loss". If the manufacturer is the owner of the
vehicle, and the vehicle is declared a Total Loss, such damaged vehicle shall not be sold or
otherwise disposed of except by the manufacturer or with its consent. The manufacturer in some
cases may also invoke a “loss of sale” penalty on Total Loss claims in addition to the cost of the
vehicle. Carrier acknowledges and agrees that it shall be responsible for payment in full of all costs,
expenses and penalties associated with a Total Loss. This section shall survive expiration or earlier
termination of this Agreement.
9. Indemnification. Carrier shall indemnify, defend and hold SAKAEM, its officers, directors and
employees harmless from and against any and all claims, liabilities, losses, damages, suits, costs and
expenses of every kind and nature whatsoever, including without limitation, attorneys’ fees, court costs
and other costs and expenses of investigation and litigation, arising from or as a result of services
provided by Carrier pursuant to this Agreement and for any breach by Carrier of any representation,
warranty or covenant contained in this Agreement, including without limitation any third party liability
for accidents, liability for taxes and fines, and liability for any acts of the employees, servants, agents or
contractors of Carrier; provided, however, Carrier shall have no obligation to indemnify SAKAEM for any
claim, loss, liability or expense resulting solely and directly from SAKAEM’s gross negligence or willful
misconduct, as determined by a final judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction. This paragraph
shall survive the expiration or earlier termination of this Agreement.
10. Compliance with Laws. Carrier shall obey all applicable federal, state and local laws and
regulations, including, but not limited to, laws and regulations associated with the transportation of
vehicles. Carrier shall immediately notify SAKAEM in writing in the event Carrier's operating authorities
are suspended, revoked, or if Carrier receives an unsatisfactory safety rating.
11. Noncompetition. During the term of this Agreement and for a period of six (6) months following the
expiration or earlier termination of this Agreement, Carrier shall not compete, solicit or submit any bid
on any vehicles or “traffic” assigned by SAKAEM to Carrier.

12. Term. This Agreement shall become effective upon the date hereof and shall continue for a period
of thirty (30) days from the date hereof and shall continue in effect thereafter on a month-to-month
basis, unless this Agreement is affirmatively terminated as hereinafter provided.

13. Termination. Either party may terminate this agreement upon 30 days written notice to the other
party.
14. Default. In the event that Carrier fails to perform any of its obligations hereunder, SAKAEM will give
Carrier written notice specifying the nature of the default and demanding cure satisfactory to SAKAEM
within (a) five (5) days for a payment default, and (b) thirty (30) days for any default other than a
payment default following receipt of the demand to cure. Failing such cure, SAKAEM will have the right
to (a) cease tendering all or a portion of the Loads to Carrier and/or (b) immediately terminate this
Agreement without prejudice to any other rights and remedies it may have at law or in equity. Failure of
SAKAEM to notify Carrier of a default is not a waiver by SAKAEM relative to the default.
15. Notices. All notices or communications which are required to be given under this Agreement shall
be in writing and either served personally or sent by regular or certified mail, postage prepaid, or by
nationally recognized overnight delivery service, to the other party at the business address specified
below. Either party may notify the other in writing of a change of address.

If to SAKAEM:
SAKAEM Logistics LLC
1957 Lakeside Parkway
Suite 508
Tucker, Georgia 30038
Attn: Mike McBride
If to Carrier:
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{{step1.city}}, {{step1.state}}, {{step1.zipCode}}
United States
16. Governing Law. This Agreement shall be subject to and interpreted in accordance with the laws of
the State of Georgia without reference to any choice of law principles thereof.

17. Entire Agreement. This Agreement, together with the agreements referred to herein, shall constitute
the entire agreement between the parties hereto with respect to the subject matter contemplated
hereby.
18. Successors and Assigns. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the
parties hereto and their respective heirs, successors and permitted assigns.
19. Assignment. Carrier may not assign, transfer, subcontract or delegate its rights or obligations under
this Agreement without the prior written consent of SAKAEM. Any attempt to assign, transfer,
subcontract or delegate without such consent shall be void. SAKAEM may assign, transfer, subcontract
or delegate its rights or obligations under this Agreement.
20. Amendment. This Agreement may be amended only by a written agreement executed by all of the
parties hereto.
21. Independent Contractor. Carrier will be deemed an independent contractor of SAKAEM and will
provide all resources necessary to perform the transportation services described herein. The
relationship of the parties to each other shall not be deemed to be that of a partnership or a joint
venture of any kind.
22. Confidentiality. The provisions of this Agreement are considered confidential and, as to certain
terms, including rates, are considered trade secrets, and may not be disclosed to a third party without
the consent of the other party except:
(a) as required by statute, regulation or court order, (b) to a parent, affiliate or subsidiary company, or

(c) to an auditing firm that accepts to be bound by the terms of this confidentiality provision. If this
provision is breached, this Agreement may be terminated immediately with written notice by the non-
disclosing party to the disclosing party, which is in addition to, and not in lieu of, any other right or

remedy to which it is entitled at law or in equity. This paragraph shall survive the expiration or earlier
termination of this Agreement for a period of two (2) years.
23. Force Majeure. The obligation of Carrier to furnish and of SAKAEM to use transportation services
will be temporarily suspended during any period in which either of the parties is unable to comply with
this Agreement because of fire, flood, Act of God, civil commotion, labor disputes, government
interference or regulations or any other events similar to the foregoing that are beyond the reasonable
control of, and are not due to the negligence of, the party claiming force majeure. The parties will make
all reasonable efforts to continue to meet their obligations for the duration of the force majeure. The
party claiming force majeure shall promptly notify the other party when the force majeure begins, the
nature of the force majeure and when the force majeure is terminated.
24. Incorporation of Appendices and Exhibits. The appendices and exhibits identified in this Agreement

are incorporated in this Agreement by reference and made part hereof.
25. Waiver of Carrier’s Lien. Carrier shall not withhold any goods of any shipper or customer of
SAKAEM on account of any dispute as to rates or any alleged failure of SAKAEM to pay charges
incurred under this Agreement. To the fullest extent permitted by law, Carrier hereby waives and
releases all liens that Carrier might otherwise have to any goods or equipment of SAKAEM or its
shippers or customers in the possession or control of Carrier. This Section shall survive expiration of
earlier termination of this Agreement.
26. Non-Exclusivity. Carrier understands and agrees that this Agreement is not exclusive, and that
SAKAEM has the right to transport all vehicles, in any manner and at any time without use of, or
compensation to, Carrier.
27. Severability. In case any provision in or obligation hereunder shall be invalid, illegal or
unenforceable in any jurisdiction, the validity, legality and enforceability of the remaining provisions or
obligations, or of such provision or obligation in any other jurisdiction, shall not in any way be affected
or impaired thereby.
28. No Waiver. No term or provision of this Agreement will be deemed waived and no default or breach
will be deemed excused, unless such waiver or consent is in writing and signed by a representative of
the party claimed to have waived or consented. Consent by a party to, or waiver of, a breach or default
by the other party, express or implied, will not constitute a consent to, waiver of, or excuse any
difference or subsequent breach or default.
29. Acceptance. Carrier has read and understands this Agreement and agrees that written acceptance
or commencement of any work or services under this Agreement shall constitute Carrier’s acceptance
of these terms and conditions.
30. Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed by the parties in separate counterparts, each of
which when so executed and delivered shall be an original, but all such counterparts shall together
constitute one and the same instrument. All signatures of any party may be transmitted by facsimile,
and a facsimile for all purposes be deemed to be the original signature of the person whose signature
it reproduces and will be binding upon that person and on the party on whose behalf that person signed.
IN WITNESS WHERE OF, the parties have duly executed this Agreement as of the date first written above.
Carriers Signature ("sign" with mouse)
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Contract is Binding as of Today's Date if accepted by Sakaem: {{formattedDate}}
Sakaem's Signature will be entered electronically and emailed to address provided on form. Carrier acknowledges a seperate electronic signature will constitute as original and that both copies are required for acceptance of agreement
SAKAEM INFORMATION CARRIER UPDATE
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Carrier Address:
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United States
Carrier's Phone: {{step2.carrierPhone}}
Carrier's Fax: {{step2.carrierFax}}
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Do you provide drive service {{step2.driveService ? "Yes" : "No"}}
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Number of Trucks
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Preferred Territory and/or Lanes Covered  {{item}}  
WHO SHOULD WE CONTACT FOR RATE QUOTES:
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Phone Number {{step2.contactPhoneNumber}}
Email {{step2.contactEmail}}
DATE AND TIME OF ENTRY {{formattedDate}}
Additional documents will need to be sent in before the contract will be considered complete.
Additional documents: W-9, DOT Authority, and a copy of insurance certification with SAKAEM Logistics listed as the certificate holder as well as an additional insured.
Documents are to be uploaded to the Upload Document Form, emailed to operations@sakaemlogisitics.com or faxed to 678-781-0041.
Vendor Information Form
Business Name: {{step4.businessName}}
Owner Name: {{step4.ownerName}}
Corporate Office Address:
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{{step4.city}}, {{step4.state}}, {{step4.zipCode}}
United States
Corporate Office Contact:
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Phone Number:
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Fax:
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Remit to Address
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{{step4.remitCity}}, {{step4.remitState}}, {{step4.remitZipCode}}
United States
Accounts Receivable Contact:
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Phone Number:
{{step4.contactPhoneNumber}}
Fax:
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Accounts Receivable Email:
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Brief Business Description
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**TAX IDENTIFICATION NUMBER**
The TIN provided must match the Name on IRS Record, to avoid backup withholding. For individuals with a "dba" business, this is your Social Security Number; for other entities, it is your Employer Identification Number (BIN)
Social Security Number
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Accepted