on the Möller Verbindungselemente GmbH website.
We are an internationally active wholesale company, which imports iron goods of any quality from the Far East and Europe in order to distribute them to the specialist, retail and wholesale trade. We can only refer end users to our customers in the specialized trade.
The articles in our product range we can deliver to you mostly immediately from stock. The product range contains the following main focuses:
• Snap hooks
• Rings, buckles, sliders, loops
• Chains, chain links, S-hooks, shackles
• Rope accessories
• Eye bolts, ring nuts, eyebolts, crib rings (bar rings)
• Load securing
• spring cotter pin, linch pins, tubular linch pins, focus needles
• Remaining stock / Special sale
In addition, we are in a position to have special products (according to drawing or picture) manufactured by our partners in the Far East or Europe according to your wishes, as well as to fulfil special requests (packaging/label etc.).
From the small saddlery to the retailer up to the large do-it-yourself store supplier our customer base is broadly diversified. Customer satisfaction has the highest priority.
Delivery delays / price increases
currently, we are receiving new "bad news" almost daily regarding delayed deliveries. Therefore we would like to inform you
that all delivery dates for ordered Far East goods can currently only serve as approximate guidelines.
The reasons for the sometimes severe delays in delivery are manifold and connected with frequent changes of the
departure- and arrival-times of container ships, as well as the repeated reallocation of LCL-containers at the ports.
The information provided by the logistics companies involved, which used to be quite binding, is currently
due to the above mentioned, unpredictable and partly daily changes, not able to keep up with or able to guarantee.
We can only be certain of an approximate delivery date when we receive the certified freight/shipping documents.
Due to the Corona pandemic, production was shut down all over the world, and there were also disruptions in container shipping.
Disruptions in container shipping - not only the accident in the Suez Canal, but also congestion in ports and bottlenecks in containers.
Now, demand for consumer goods has risen sharply worldwide, trade is on a very expansion course and is now at a higher level than before the pandemic.
This then leads to price increases in addition to sometimes severe delays.
An analysis by the Ifo-Institute shows that prices for container ships have risen enormously with lower capacity have increased.
As a result of the Corona-crisis, some routes are no longer being used as they used to be, as suppliers are concentrating on the main routes.
The market for container ships was therefore not agile enough to adapt to the upward movement in world trade.
In addition, three companies or alliances virtually control 83 percent of the entire market, which is a huge
concentration. Freight costs have more than doubled within the last 12 months!
This, together with the current shortage of raw materials, which is also due to rising demand,
is causing product prices to rise extremely.
We regret the current development very much and hope that the bottleneck effect at the ports will soon be
and the world market will run smoothly again. Until this is the case, we ask for your understanding,
as we have no influence on the above mentioned factors.
Should bottlenecks arise due to delays in delivery or even product downtimes threaten,
we will be pleased to assist you with the request and handling of an airfreight.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
With kind regards
Möller Verbindungselemente GmbH
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ATTENTION!!! CHANGED SHIPPING CONDITIONS
WRITING from DPD (17.03.2020)
"...The coronavirus is causing ever sharper cuts in our daily lives. We are all called upon to avoid interpersonal contact as far as possible so that the novel virus does not spread further. We are fulfilling this responsibility and from now on we will only deliver packages without contact.
The delivery person rings the doorbell at the front door and walks at least two metres away. If the recipient opens the door, the delivery person informs him or her about the contactless delivery and drops off the parcel. The deliverer enters the letters "AO" and the place where the parcel is to be delivered as the recipient's name in his or her MDE device and then signs with his or her own abbreviation.
The signature of the recipient is not required.
If the deliverer does not meet the recipient, the parcel is returned to the sender. Exceptions are small, flat parcels that fit into the letterbox, they may be deposited there.
If the recipient refuses to accept the parcel because of the coronavirus, the parcel will be provided with a sticker and returned to the sender ...".
In order to minimize costs and work on your and our side, we ask you to keep an eye on the delivery time for your shipment by using the parcel tracking system with the help of the parcel number(s) provided by us, so that a secure transmission of the goods is guaranteed for you. Many thanks!
You can find the parcel tracking system directly on the DPD homepage!
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