PGL Customer Agreement

  • Bank Reference

  • Trade References


    1. Invoices are payable upon receipt unless other terms have been agreed to and authorized by PGL.
    2. Customer authorizes PGL to verify credit information as provided in this application.
    3. Any past due amount and/or any account that reaches or exceeds the established credit limit is subject to suspension of credit privileges.
    4. Any expenses related to collection and/or litigation including reasonable attorney fees will be the responsibility of the customer.


    1. PLEASE BE ADVISED that all of your shipments are subject to PGL’s Terms and Conditions of Service, available at or by contacting PGL at (877) 701-1919, and your tendering of goods for shipment constitutes your acknowledgement that you have read, understood and agreed to such Terms and Conditions. Additionally, you have the option of declaring the value of each shipment you ship with PGL, which may result in a change to your freight charges. When you elect not to declare the value of your shipment, PGL’s liability for any loss, damage or otherwise shall be limited as set forth in the Terms and Conditions.
    2. The shipper has authorized PGL, or their designated representative(s), to handle shipments tendered to them for transportation. PGL reserves the right to refuse to transport any cargo that is deemed unsafe or unfit for transport. Shipments are subject to inspection by forwarder or it’s designated agents; however, forwarder is not obligated to perform such inspection. Shipments are subject to security controls by carriers, and where appropriate, by government agencies.
    3. The customer acknowledges that they have read understand this Agreement and agrees to be bound by its provisions. Further, the customer agrees that the terms and conditions of this Agreement supersedes all proposals or prior agreements oral or written and all other communications between the parties relating to the subject matter of this Agreement.

    Privacy Act Notice

    49 USC 114 authorizes the collection of this information. The information you provide will be used to qualify you or verify your status as a possible "known shipper". Providing this information is voluntary, however, failure to provide the information will prevent you from qualifying as a "known shipper". This information will be disclosed to TSA personnel and contractors or other agents, including indirect air carriers in the maintenance and operation of the known shipper program. TSA may share the information with airport operators, aircraft operators, foreign air carriers, indirect air carriers, law enforcement agencies, and other in accordance with the Privacy Act 5 USC Section 552a. For additional details, see the system of records notice for Transportation Security Threat Assessment System (DHS/TSA/ 002) published in the federal register.