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Carriage and packing charges


Effective date 23rd April 2012 Carriage charges mainland Britain, excluding VAT which is charged extra at current rate on all invoices.


Carriage is free on orders nett value £300.00 excluding VAT. Minimum order value excluding VAT and carriage is £20.00


All price lists show ex works prices, carriage extra, and subject to change without notice.


NEXT DAY SERVICES Please ensure Exitflex are aware that a next day delivery is required and confirm that the order can be supplied in the time requested. Exitflex (UK) Ltd cannot be held responsible for any failure by a carrier to maintain delivery dates.


Data pack


Consignments up to 10kg Consignments up to 30kg Consignments above 30kg Scotland. 2 day service Eire and N Ireland Timed AM deliveries


PALLET RATE Next day service


2-3 day service POSTAGE and PACKING


Subject to Royal Mail charges and conditions. Standard letter up to 100g


Packet 100-500g Packet 500-1550g


First class £1.55 First class £3.65 First class £7.50


Exitflex (UK)Ltd shall not be liable for damage or loss of equipment following despatch including damage or loss in transit. Damage to goods or shortages must be advised within 24 hours of receipt.


Insurance against loss or damage may be available at extra cost if required. 144 £9.40


£13.50 £15.45 £26.50


£ Enquire for prices £ Enquire for prices £ Enquire for prices


£65.00 £55.00


Terms and conditions


1. Prices Prices are subject to change without notice. 2. Cancellation, Returns, Re-stocking Charges Orders once placed and accepted by EXITFLEX (UK) LTD can only be cancelled with our consent and on terms that will indemnify us against loss. Re-stocking charge is 15% of invoice value. 3. Delivery


EXITFLEX (UK) LTD shall not be liable for damage to or loss of equipment following despatch, including any damage or loss in transit. Insurance if required will be charged extra. EXITFLEX (UK) LTD shall not be liable for any delay in the production or delivery of any of the equipment covered hereby if such a delay shall be due to one or more of the following causes; flood, accident, delay in transportation, inability to obtain material, war, embargo demand or requirement of the government, or any other cause whatsoever beyond the reasonable control of the company.


4. Warranty


Based on the logical assumption that manufacturing and material deficiencies will manifest themselves within the guarantee period, all goods sold under the manufacturer’s trademark are guaranteed for the period stated by the manufacturer from date of purchase, by the original purchaser, against defective material and workmanship (but not against damage or wear caused by installation, or tampering in a manner to impair its normal operation,) when the goods are installed and operated in accordance with the factory recommendations and instructions.


EXITFLEX UK)


LTD will repair or replace free of charge all such defective products if returned prepaid to the factor or to an authorized EXITFLEX depot. In all cases within the guarantee period where examination indicated damage to causes other than defectiveness, repairs will be made at a reasonable charge.Purchase assemblies which are incorporated in EXITFLEX product lines, carry the manufacturers regular warranty.


5. Representations We make no representations, warranties or conditions, expressed or implied, except those stipulated by the manufacturer of the goods and we neither assume for us or on behalf of the manufacturer represented, any other liability in connection with the sale of the products.


6. Passage of Title It is expressly agreed, between you and ourselves that an essential and controlling condition of the contract


of sale is that the legal title to, ownership of, right to possession of and control over, and risks of loss or damage to the merchandise which is subject matter of any agreement, shall remain with us until the shipment physically reaches a designated port of entry for the importing country and until we have delivered the shipping documents to you within said country. The method of shipment whether by air, truck, maritime freight, parcel post, or by a combination of any of these; the manner of payment or consignment whether to us, our agent or to an agent for both; or any implication or statement which may appear on any other document in relation to any sale under these prices shall in no way limit or modify our right to possession of these until fully paid remain the property of EXITFLEX (UK) LTD . Any use of the terms ‘F.O.B’, ‘F.A.S’ or ‘C.I.F’ will apply only to price and not to title.


7. Purchase Orders


Any terms or conditions of any customer’s order or other instrument which are in addition to or contradictory with any term or condition of this proposal shall not be binding on EXITFLEX (UK) LTD and shall not apply to this sale.


8. Interest Charges EXITFLEX (UK) LTD reserve the right to apply interest charges calculated at the rate of 8% (eight) above the current bank rate per month on all overdue accounts. An account is considered overdue if not paid according to agreed terms, which are due 20th of the month following month of invoice as noted in clause 12. We understand and may exercise our statutory right of interest under the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 if we are not paid according to our credit terms.


9. Disputes


Contracts shall be subject to the law of England and Wales.


10. Minimum Order Minimum order value £20.00 excluding carriage and VAT. 11. Carriage


Unless otherwise agreed carriage and packing will be charged to the buyer. All prices quoted are EX-WORKS.


12. Payment


Unless otherwise stated all payments shall be made nett by the 20th day of the month following the month of invoice and such payment terms shall be the essence of the contract.


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