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Please see our legal section below.
All equipment quotations are valid for a period of 30 days unless indicated otherwise. Freight estimates and currency exchange rates, obtained by the Seller on behalf of the Buyer are valid for a period of 14 days and will be revised once the order has been confirmed. Currency exchange rates will be amended accordingly.
Cash deposit fees are not included on quotations. All cash deposit fees will be included on the final invoice. Goods will NOT be released for collection unless the account has been settled in full. This is not negotiable.
In accordance with regulations, VAT will be reflected on all sales documentation. Refer to Section 3 for VAT requirements.
The Seller is registered as an exporter and importer within the Republic of South Africa with additional registration for trade under the following trade agreements
- Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) only applicable to the European Union, Norway, Russia or Turkey
- Southern African Developing Countries (SADC) only applicable to Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, Swaziland, United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe (SADC Certificated will be issued were applicable)
Goods remain property of Dryers for Africa until full settlement of account. User manuals, visual aids and technical support will only be released/approved on full settlement of account. Failure to settle outstanding accounts within the payment terms selected will result in interest at a rate of 7,5% per month on the outstanding amount. Discounts cannot be allocated to accounts not settled within the terms nor can discounts be negotiated after the quotation has been accepted.
All airfares, accommodation & labour for installation & commissioning are excluded unless specified and cannot be accurately quoted for and will be reconfirmed on order. Applicable ticket changes and visa delay fees will be billed accordingly and included in the final invoice.
All additional costs (i.e. domestic transport, installation, etc) shall be payable by the Buyer to the Seller in advance, no later than 3 days prior to the costs being incurred.
The Seller shall be entitled to, but not obliged, to request the Buyer to provide a guarantee for any portion of the purchase price not immediately payable.
Approved options have been listed and following the necessary negotiations between both parties, will be actioned accordingly;
Buyer agrees to pay for the goods as follows:
Deposit (60% Equipment, 100% freight) to execute this agreement; balance within 7 days after Seller notifies Buyer of opportunity to inspect and Seller’s intent to make delivery or upon Buyer’s collection or preferred method of transport.
Option B: (Financial Institutions Only)
Buyer agrees to pay for the goods as follows: 25% deposit within 7 days after execution of this agreement; 65% within 7 days after seller notifies buyer of opportunity to inspect and seller’s intent to make delivery; and 10% upon delivery. If seller should regard its prospect of receiving the last payment insecure, it may demand payment prior to delivery. Preferred transportation terms must be specified and compensation arranged on the day of execution of this agreement.
Cash deposit fees are not included on quotations. All cash deposit fees will be included on the final invoice.
An indirect export is where the Buyer removes or arranges for the removal and transportation of movable goods
purchased from the Seller. The Seller may, in certain circumstances, elect to supply movable goods to a qualifying Buyer at the zero rate. This option may only be elected where the Seller is able to ensure that the goods are delivered to a harbour or airport, which is a “designated commercial port”, from where those goods will be exported by the qualifying Buyer.
The Buyer must provide the following documents before collection can take place:
The Seller will charge VAT at the standard rate should the above not be received. Where VAT at 15% has been charged, the Buyer may apply to the VRA (VAT refund administrator) for a VAT refund.
In order to apply the zero rate, the Seller must either –
On acceptance the Seller will provide additional services as Logistic Assistance Provider, and shall have the following responsibilities:
Freight fees, inclusive of applicable insurance (where available), unless indicated otherwise, and inspections, to the provided destination or closest agreed on alternative will be based on quotations received from logistic service providers. These quotations are liable to change without prior notice. These quotations will be calculated in ZAR, USD or EUR with the current rates reflected.
Any delays in delivery due to scheduling and rerouting of vehicles / vessels, beyond the control of the Seller, will not be the responsibility of the Seller.
Seller shall commence to manufacture within 1 week following receipt of Buyer’s documentation pack.
Documentation pack consists of;
Seller will complete such manufacturing and make the goods available for inspection at Seller’s plant on a date to be determined. If Buyer’s inspection discloses defects or adjustments, Seller shall have a reasonable time to correct such defects and make such adjustments as are necessary. Buyer shall then have an opportunity to make a final pre-shipment inspection. Seller shall within 7 days of inspection cause the goods to be appropriately packaged and shipped to the address specified by Buyer. Seller shall pay all expenses of packaging and preparations for shipment and Buyer shall pay all costs of shipment, including insurance on both Seller’s and Buyer’s respective interests. Wavering the inspections by the Buyer will be accepted as final acceptance of the goods for shipment and no claims can be made there after.
Delivery is between estimated at 4-6 weeks from receipt of documentation pack. Depending on the current Seller workload, delivery times may or may not be extended. Failure to fully complete and submit the documentation pack will indemnify the Seller from any unforeseen expenses related to delays in manufacturing, assembly, delivery, transportation, customs clearance (where applicable) and other unspecified events.
Where short notice orders are received, the Seller will make every effort to assist with the completion of the received order but does not accept any responsibility for any subsequent delays or failure to meet deadlines.
Installation dates are to be confirmed 4 weeks before the departure from South Africa by the technical crew. Once the installation dates have been confirmed, the required invitation letters, proof of accommodation and domestic transport must be submitted for visa applications. Installation dates will only be confirmed once the equipment has been placed on site.
Where necessary and if possible, the Seller will try to accommodate successive installations within a certain period. The authorisation is based on flights and staff availability.
EXCUSE FOR NONPERFORMANCE
Seller’s obligations under this agreement are accepted subject to strikes, labour troubles (including strikes or labour troubles affecting any suppliers of Seller), floods, fires, acts of God, accidents, delays, shortage of cars, contingencies of transportation and other causes of like or different character beyond the control of Seller. Impossibility of performance by reason of any legislative, executive or judicial act of any governmental authority shall excuse performance of or delay in performance of this agreement.
The Seller and Buyer agrees that it will take all steps reasonably necessary, at its own expense to:
ADDITIONAL TERMS & CONDITIONS
Warranty: 6 months for faulty materials and workmanship, but excludes electrical components damaged by under/over/lightning voltage, and normal wear and tear.
Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) warranty period of 12 months.
Supply cable and installation thereof not included unless specified.
It is stipulated and agreed that during the term of this Agreement, Seller and Buyer will be in a position to become acquainted with each other's confidential, privileged and proprietary information including, without limitation, existing and future product information, research and development programs, specifications for products, software designs, know-how, trade secrets and other intellectual property, formulae or materials regarded by such party as privileged, proprietary or confidential (each parties' respective confidential information is referred to herein as such party's "Confidential Information"). The Buyer agrees that the Confidential Information of Seller, is an integral and key part of the assets and that the unauthorized use or disclosure of the Sellers Confidential Information would seriously damage the owner thereof in its business. As a consequence of the above, Seller and Buyer hereby agree that, during the term of this Agreement and thereafter Seller and Buyer shall not, directly or indirectly:
Domestic flights within the country of installation where travel distance is in excess of 200km by car, requires domestic flights (where available).
The parties agree that this constitutes the entire agreement and there are no further items or provisions, either oral or otherwise. Buyer agrees that it has not relied upon any representations of Seller as to prospective performance of the goods, but has relied upon its own inspection and investigation of the subject matter.
The parties declare that the laws of the Republic of South Africa shall apply to dispute relating to this agreement and agree to the jurisdiction of the Magistrate’s Courts.
Office Number: +27 13 750 0327
Fax: +27 86 602 6889
Cath de Villiers
Call: +27 71 498 8436
No 10 Katoen Street,
(R40 to White River),
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