TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Terms of trading accounts are strictly net cash thirty days after the end of the month in which you have delivered goods to us. If an invoice remains unpaid for this period, any discount offered will be revoked and we shall start charging interest on it at a rate agreed upon by both parties or 4% above our Commonwealth Bank Corporate Overdraft Reference Rate from time to time plus a margin of 4%. The Supplier has the right to collect any overdue amount without paying for it themselves. They also have a responsibility to reimburse their clients if they incur costs or expenses while collecting an outdated payment.
All payments made by the Purchaser are first applied to accrued interest and any late fees. The Supplier will reimburse all costs (including legal cost) incurred in collecting overdue amounts or expenses from our credit card, including court-related charges if necessary.
The Purchaser shall not at any time be entitled to retain any money owing to the Supplier notwithstanding any default or alleged default by the Supplier of these terms and conditions including the supply of allegedly faulty or defective goods.
DELIVERY AND RISK
The Purchaser acknowledges that they will be charged a late fee for any payment made on the Supplier’s invoice after its due date. The Purchaser is also obligated to pay all costs and expenses incurred in collecting an overdue amount, including legal fees.
The Supplier reserves the right to cancel or postpone delivery due to war, civil commotions, strikes, lock-outs, unavailability of transport and or any other causes beyond its reasonable and practicable control. Goods are delivered to the Purchaser when the Supplier makes them available available to the Purchaser or any agent of the Purchaser or any carrier (who shall be the Purchaser’s agent notwithstanding whoever may pay his charges) at the Supplier’s premises or upon the arrival of goods at a delivery point agreed upon by the Supplier. Where delivery is at the Suppliers premises, delivery shall be deemed to occur upon the earlier of either actual collection of goods or upon provision of notice of delivery to the Purchaser by the Supplier. The Supplier may, at its discretion, deliver the goods by instalments in any sequence. Where the goods are delivered by instalments, each instalment shall be deemed to be the subject of a separate contract and no default or failure by the Supplier in respect of any one or more more instalments vitiate the contract in respect of the goods previously delivered or undelivered goods. Risk in the goods shall pass to the Purchaser immediately upon delivery.
If you’re not in a position to transport our products on-site, we can deliver them by truck. We will do everything possible to get the trucks as close as they need be for unloading. But if it takes more than an hour and a half per load or if conditions are too bad then there is going to be some extra charges involved with that particular delivery method.
If your company doesn’t have adequate transportation for deliveries of heavy loads, we will bring those goods out via truck—we’ll even attempt getting the vehicles as close as possible so loading won’t take longer than necessary! However, once again please note that any time exceeding one (1) hour and thirty minutes per load could incur additional costs from
SHORTAGES AND INSPECTION
Unless otherwise stated in writing, the contract for delivery is on trucks that are able to drive down a road and as close to site as possible. Unloading of these trucks will be up to Purchaser but they have an allotted time period before extra charges apply; 1 hour per load maximum.