Trading Terms and Conditions
Credit will be extended only after application form is completed and processed by our Accounts Department. All purchases will be CASH until credit is approved. The purchaser agrees to pay the account on the suppliers published terms of trading, which is net (30) thirty days FROM END OF MONTH OF INVOICE DATE. Specialty Metals reserves the right to change these terms or to cancel credit at any time.
The purchase price will be the price shown on the Company’s quotation (if given) or invoice, except where changes to Government taxes including GST. All prices are those prevailing at the time of delivery.
Title and Property
Title on goods will not be made until payment is made in full and all cheques are cleared. The purchaser will be responsible for payment of all goods supplied at their order by any person/agent acting on their behalf.
Charges and Overdue Accounts
The Company reserves the right in addition to the purchase price, all delivery charges, sales tax, extra packing charges and Government taxes if any shall be payable by the Purchaser. The Company reserves the right to charge an extra amount of 2% per month on the monthly balance of any overdue amount.
Acceptance and Return of Goods
The purchaser shall be deemed to have inspected and accepted the goods where he retains them for a period of 2 days after the date of delivery. All products issued by us that are not a standard item and are especially made or cut to customer requirements will not be accepted back for credit.
Claims for Accessories Supplied
All claims for credit must be advised within 14 days from receipt of goods in writing, quoting invoice number and full details of the nature of the claim. The company reserves the right to charge up to 15% of the price of the goods returned plus the full amount of packing and delivery costs incurred by the Company to cover overheads associated with the goods returned.
Risk and Insurance
Goods damaged in transit will not be the company’s responsibility. The risk passes to purchaser once the goods leave the premises not withstanding that title may not have passed. If you require insurance you must advise us in writing when ordering.
Legal Jurisdiction and Cost Recovery by Customer
Proceedings to recover any outstanding amount owed by a customer may be commenced in any Court in Australia. The customer shall pay any additional amount entrusted to a Debt Collector, irrespective of whether the Company had paid the Debt Collector fees and in addition will pay all Solicitors costs and charges incurred in recovering or attempting to recover any amount owed by the customer.