CONDITIONS OF SALE

  1. Unless otherwise stated in writing by the seller these conditions of sale shall override any terms or conditions stipulated, incorporated or referred to by the buyer in their order of negotiations.
  2. Any claim by the buyer that the goods are not in accordance with the specification is limited to the replacement by the sellers of the goods supplied.
  3. Recycled / regranulated material is sold as a sub-standard grade of material. This grade is not suitable for food use or delicate articles. The company will not be held responsible for complaints arising from the use of this grade.
  4. The sellers will not entertain any claim for quantity or quality of goods despatched unless they are notified in writing within seven days of the receipt by the customer and afforded the opportunity of seeing the goods checked. No claim shall be entertained for goods which shall have been cut, printed or processed by the buyer and in the event the claim will be limited to the value of the goods supplied.
  5. The sellers will not entertain any claims for damage or non-delivery of goods unless they are notified in writing within seven days of the invoice date.
  6. Failure on the part of the sellers to deliver within the time stated shall not entitle the buyers to any claim upon the sellers by reason of such failure. The sellers cannot accept cancellation if the goods are in course of manufacture or transit.
  7. The sellers cannot guarantee the suitability of goods for any specific purpose.
  8. Cost variation. Quotations are based on the current cost of production and are subject to amendment by the seller on or any time after the acceptance to meet any rise or fall in such costs.
  9. Value Added Tax. We shall be entitled to charge the amount of VAT payable whether or not included on the quotation or invoice.
  10. Quantity and thickness tolerances. As a manufacturer we work to PAFA standards and are entitled to a +/- 10% tolerance on all items. Every endeavour will be made to deliver the correct quantity ordered, but quotations are conditional upon a margin of 10% being allowed for overs or shortages, the same to be charged for or deducted
  11. Customers’ property and property supplied. Customers’ property and all property supplied to the seller by or on behalf of the customer will be held at customers’ risk. Where the customer supplies materials adequate quantities shall be supplied to cover spoilage.
  12. Force Majeure. Every effort will be made to carry out the contract; but its due performance is subject to cancellation by the seller or to such variation as he may find necessary as a result of inability to secure labour, materials or supplies, or as a result of any Act of God, War, Strike, Lockout or other labour dispute. Fire, flood, drought, legislation or other cause (whether of the foregoing class or not beyond the sellers control).
  13. Settlement terms.
    1. It is a condition of the contract that payment is made in full within 30 days of despatch. Prices are net and not subject to earlier payment discount. Where contract values and/or delivery times are decided by the supplier to warrant some form of progress payment or part settlement and this shall be stated in the acceptance notice and will be a condition of the contract.
    2. Time of payment shall be of the essence of the contract. Delays pursuant to clause 4 hereof shall not interfere with prompt payment by the customer.
    3. Any fees, charges, etc. which may be incurred in the collection of overdue accounts will be chargeable to, and payable by, the customer. The Company may charge interest on overdue payments from the date they became due, at the annual rate of not less than 4% above the Company’s bankers Base Rate in force at the time.
  14. Unless artwork, blocks and rubbers are fully charged they remain the property of the supplier. All designs submitted by the supplier remain copyright.
  15. The sellers decisions on all matters relating to the settlement of claims shall be final and the seller may at his option either replace any goods which he finds to be faulty or pay or allow to the buyer a reasonable sum, not exceeding in any event the invoice value of the faulty goods. Complaints in respect of alleged faulty goods shall not be grounds for withholding payment by the buyer of his account and shall not give any right of set off against payments due from the buyer to the seller.