General delivery conditions VSM VIFKANTEC
Joint general delivery conditions of the VSM Association of Manufacturers of System Office and Business Furniture (trade organization of the FME-CWM Association) and VIFKANTEC Trade Association for Office Products, Systems & Services (Affiliated to the Dutch Association for Information and Communication Technology)
Filed at the Office of the District Court In The Hague on 6 December 2001 under number 154/2001.
Article 1 General
1. These conditions apply to all legal relationships between the parties under the present agreement, or further agreements in the future, or for other reasons. Statements by the party adopting the present delivery conditions (hereinafter referred to as 'the commissionee') are not intended as binding. They are therefore without engagement, in so far as the opposite is not unambiguously apparent. Application of general conditions invoked by the opposite paraty of the commissionee is expressly excluded.
2. In these delivery conditions the following meanings shall apply:
- product: items as well as services, such as maintenance, advice and inspection.
In these delivery conditions the following meanings, among others, shall apply:
- the commissionee: anyone who refers to the present delivery conditions in his offer;
- the client: the party to whom the above-mentioned offer is addressed;
- service: contracting for work.
Article 2 Offers and agreement
1. Offers issued by the commissionee are not intended as binding. They are therefore without obligation, unless the opposite is unambiguously apparent.
2. Information indicated in catalogues, illustrations, drawings, standardization sheets, etc. is not binding, except in so far as it has been expressly incorporated in a contract signed by the parties or an order confirmation signed by the commissionee, without prejudice to the responsibility of the client for the information he has provided. Minor dimensional differences or minor changes in design or components desirable for purposes of effective execution are excepted.
3. If the agreement is entered into in writing, it shall come into effect on the date of signature of the contract by the commissionee, or on the date on which the written order confirmation is sent by the commissionee.
4. The commissionee shall not be obliged to make subsequent repeat delivery of products supplied, if such products have been taken out of production or removed from his current product range for any other reason.
5. The offer issued by the commissionee and any drawings and schedules provided by him shall remain his property and, if no order results with the commissionee, shall be returned to him without delay. They may not be copied, in whole or in part, nor shown to third parties, without the express permission of the commissionee.
6. The client warrants that no information relating to manufacturing or construction methods used by the commissionee shal be shown to, made known to or used by third parties.
7. Unless expressly indicated otherwise, every offer is based on execution under normal circumstances and during the commissioneeís normal working hours. If delivery or assembly take place outside normal working hours, an uplift shall be applied to the normal hourly rate, as follows:
- 30% on normal working days, provided that during the night the uplift shall be 40% ;
- 60% on Saturdays;
- 100% on Sundays and public holidays.
8. The commissionee reserves the right to charge costs associated with any offer and/or agreement to the client.
Article 3 Price
1. The prices indicated for delivery in the Netherlands are carriage paid to the client and for deliveries abroad: free Dutch border. Prices quoted exclude VAT and other levies imposed by the authorities.
2. In the case of orders for less than 2,500 euro net list price, excluding value added tax, the commissionee will charge actual shipping costs or a fixed uplift for shipping costs.
3. If desired by the client, the commissionee will arrange shipment to the internal destination without charge, provided that the products supplied can be transported to the internal destination with a lift sufficiently large for platform trucks and pallet trucks and without further hindrance, so that, if these conditions cannot be met, the commissionee will charge extra costs based on the number of man-hours involved.
4. If the delivery is postponed or brought forward at the clients request, the commissionee shall be entitled to reimbursement of the costs arising for him from such postponement or bringing forward and to the statutory rate of interest on the price of the products involved in the postponement.
5. If delivery at or near the place of delivery requires extra manhours as a result of the absence of paved surfaces or roads, or as a result of other circumstances, the commissionee shall be entitled to charge separately for such hours.
6. The commissionee will charge without further uplift for any changes in wages or in costs of raw or other materials, to the extent that they are incurred or used for the specific purpose of the agreed performance, and that occur more than three months after entry into an agreement.
7. Any installation or assembly costs, packaging and other costs incurred in connection with the delivery are not included in the price.
8. The commissionee is entitled to add to the net invoice amount, excluding value added tax, a credit restriction surcharge of 2%, indicated separately on the invoice. If the invoice is paid before or on the due date, the client may deduct said amount from the invoice.
Article 4 Delivery
1. Indications of delivery dates in offers, confirmations and/or contracts are given on the basis of the best available information and will be observed as far as possible, but are not binding. If such delivery dates are not met, the commissionee shall consult the client.
2. The commissionee shall have fulfilled his delivery obligation once he has delivered the products in the Netherlands, free at the premises (ground-floor entrance hall) or, outside the Netherlands, free Dutch border, without prejudice to the fulfillment of any other agreed undertakings. Delivery shall also mean agreed partial deliveries.
3. The commissionee reserves the right, after consultation with the client, to make and invoice partial deliveries.
4. The delivery time shall commence at the latest of the following times:
a. the date of conclusion of the agreement;
b. the date of receipt by the commissionee of the documents, information, permits, etc., required for execution of the order;
c. the date of fulfillment of the formalities required for commencement of the work;
d. the date of receipt by the commissionee of any prepayment required by the agreement to be made before commencement of the work.
5. The client is obliged to take delivery of the products purchased by him at the location described in article 4, section 2. In case of failure by the client to do so, the commissionee shall be entitled, without notice of default, to demand payment of the agreed purchase price for the products, delivery of which has not been taken, and the client shall be deemed to have taken delivery of the said products from the commissionee, after which they shall be stored for the account of and at the risk of the client against payment of all costs arising therefrom, without prejudice to the commissionee's other rights.
Article 5 Assembly
1. Assembly is deemed to be able to take place in normal working conditions and during the normal working hours of the commissioneeís assembly department. If the work has to take place wholly - or partly - outside normal working hours, the uplift indicated in article 2, section 7 will be charged to the client.
2. Where necessary, the assembly work is based on drawings sent to the client in advance. The dimensions and information indicated herein should be checked by the client in situ. Copies of the relevant drawings shall be signed by the client for approval and returned to the commissionee. Assessment of the suitability of the structure of the building in which the products are to be assembled is the responsibility of the client.
3. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 1, the client shall ensure for his own account and risk:
a. that work that does not form part of the order to the commissionee, such as electrical, cutting and breaking, masonry, plastering and/or painting work or other such work, has been carried out correctly and on time;
b. that lighting and power current are available at a reasonable distance and that the rooms or areas in which the work is to be performed are clean, dry and adequately heated;
c. that the products supplied can be transported to the place of assembly using a lift large enough for platform trucks or pallet trucks. Other work by third parties may not prevent unhindered progress of the transport through the building and/or continuous assembly;
d. that products supplied but not assembled, and tools, can be stored in lockable areas or rooms that are accessible only to the commissionee and that are suitable for the storage of such products and tools.
4. In the event of loss of time as a result of missing items or a cause for which the commissionee is not liable, such extension to the delivery time shall be permitted as is reasonable considering all the circumstances. Article 3, section 4, shall apply mutatis mutandi to this extension.
5. The client is liable for damage to products or tools, and for loss thereof, unless the commissionee is guilty of gross negligence or willful intent in this regard.
Article 6 Trial installations
1. If desired by the client, a trial installation may be made on the following conditions.
2. Trial installation shall mean the installation on approval of products with standard specifications and a gross list price of not more than 7,500 euro excluding value added tax, together with relevant accessoiries, in a room or area to be made available by the client, for the purpose of visualising the work area or design in which the client is interested.
3. By way of contribution to the cost of the trial installation, the commissionee shall invoice the client for two-thirds of the gross list price of the products concerned, plus value added tax. immediately after installation thereof. Transport costs in both directions in the Netherlands and any assembly costs shall not be separately invoiced, which shall also not be the case after termination of the trial installation.
4. If the client wishes to retain the products, they will then be invoiced by the commissionee, taking account of the payment already received pursuant to section 3.
5. The client is liable in respect of a trial installation for use of, damage to or theft or loss of the products for an amount not exceeding the gross list-price value of the products concerned.
Article 7 Advice and project costs
1. The costs of making a preliminary study and/or design proposal, making drawings and/or floor plans, and managing the setting up, co-ordination and/or execution of a project are for the clients account.
2. Copyright in advice, drawings, scenario, illustrations and descriptions provided by the commissionee shall at all times be retained by the commissionee.
3. Advice is drawn up and given to the best of the knowledge and ability of the party concerned. The commissionee is in no way whatsoever liable for storage capacities, results and/or anticipated performance of the products supplied or to be supplied by him, indicated in the advice.
Article 8 Payment
1. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, invoicing wi11 take place as follows:
a. up to 25,000 euro excluding value added tax: immediately after delivery in accordance with article 4, section 2;
b. from 25,000 euro or more excluding value added tax:
- 30% with order;
- 60% when the products are ready for shipment;
- 10% on completion of delivery in accordance with article 4, section 2;
c. if the client fails to take delivery
2. Payment should be made within thirty days after invoice date in a manner reasonably indicated by the commissionee. The client shall be liable for payment of the statutory interest rate with effect from the due date. Costs reasonably incurred by the client in respect of collection of payment or exercising of rights in another manner, including all costs charged by outside experts as well as costs established judicially, shall be reimbursed by the client. In the case of a principal amount owed of not more than 5,000 euro these costs shall be determined as a fixed sum of 15% of the amount owed, with a minimum of 100 euro. In the case of a principal amount owed exceeding 5,000 euro these costs shall be determined as a fixed sum of 10% of the amount owed.
3. Payments made by the client shall in each case be applied to fulfilment of all interest and costs owed and subsequently to invoices due and payable, which have been outstanding longest, even if the client indicates that the payment relates to a later invoice.
4. If and in so far as the product supplied is defective according to the client, he shall not be entitled to refuse payment or to suspend his payment obligation with regard to products from the same shipment or delivery in respect of which no complaints have been notified.
Article 9 Transfer of ownership, granting/transfer of rights
1. Products delivered to the client shall remain the property of the commissionee until such time as the client has paid in full to the commissionee all amounts owed by the client to the commissionee on account of deliveries or work, including interest and costs.
2. The commissionee shall where appropriate be entitled to unhindered access to the items delivered. The client shall render all co-operation to the commissionee in order to enable the commissionee to exercise the retention of title indicated in section 1 by taking back the items delivered, including any dismantling required therefor.
Article 10 Risk
Items are at the risk of the commissionee until the time at which they have been placed under the actual control of the client, or of third parties engaged by the client.
Article 11 Claims and warranty
1. Claims in respect of visible defects shall be made immediately after discovery, but not later than fourteen days after actual transfer of the item to the client, in a written notification from the client to the commissionee. Claims in respect of invisible defects shall be made immediately after discovery, but not later than fourteen days after expiry of the warranty period referred to in sections 2 and 3, in a written notification from the client to the commissionee. After expiry of the periods indicated, any claim against the commissionee in respect of the defects concerned shall lapse. Legal action in respect thereof shall be brought within one year of the timely notification of a claim, on penalty of cancellation.
2. Notwithstanding the limitations indicated hereafter, the commissionee warrants both the soundness of the product supplied by him and the quality of the materials used and/or delivered therefor, in the case of normal use, for a period of twelve months after delivery in accordance with article 4, section 2, and excluding visible defects.
3. Sections 1 and 2 apply mutatis mutandi to defects whose cause lies exclusively or predominantly in faulty assembly or installation by the commissionee. If assembly or installation of the product is carried out by the commissionee, the periods referred to in sections 1 and 2 shall commence on the day on which assembly or installation is completed by the commissionee, provided, however, that in that case the warranty period will in any case end once twelve months have elapsed since delivery in the meaning of article 4, section 2.
4. The guarantee shall in all cases exclude defects that occur in or result entirely or partly from:
a. failure by the client to observe operating and/or maintenance instructions, or use in a manner other than the normal anticipated use;
b. normal wear and tear;
c. assembly, installation or repair by third parties, including the client;
d. the application of any government regulation regarding the nature or quality of the materials used;
e. used materials or items employed in consultation with the client;
f. materials or items supplied to the commissionee by the client for processing;
g. materials, items, working methods and designs, in so far as they are used on the express instructions of the client, as well as materials and items supplied by or on behalf of the client;
h. components obtained by the commissionee from third parties, to the extent that such third party has not provided warranty to the commissionee.
5. If the client fails to fulfil, to fulfil correctly or to fulfil on time any obligation arising for him from the agreement entered into with the commissionee or from an agreement associated therewith, the commissionee shall not be obliged to provide any warranty with regard to any of these agreements, however named. If the client, without prior written permission from the commissionee, proceeds to dismantle, repair or perform other work on the product or has others do so, all claim to warranty shall lapse.
6. If, in fulfilling his warranty obligations, the commissionee replaces components/products, said components/ products shall become his property.
Article 12 Liability
1. The commissionee's liability is limited to fulfillment of the warranty obligations described in article 11 of these conditions.
2. Except in the case of gross negligence on the part of the commissionee, or the applicability of statutory provisions regarding product liability as established for purposes of implementation of the relevant EU directive, and except as provided in section 1, any liability on the part of the commissionee, such as for loss of profits, other indirect loss and loss resulting from liability to third parties, is excluded. This exclusion may not be invoked if such invocation, where appropriate, would produce a result that would be unacceptable in terms of reasonableness and equity.
3. The commissionee is therefore also not liable for.
- infringement of patents, licences or other rights of third parties as a result of the use of information provided by or on behalf of the client;
- damage or loss, by whatever cause, of raw materials, semifinished materials, models. tools or other items supplied by the client.
4. If the commissionee, not having been commissioned to carry out the assembly, does provide help and assistance with assembly, of whatever kind, this shall occur at the client's risk.
5. If the client is not a consumer or equivalent customer, he shall indemnify or compensate the commissionee in respect of any claims by third parties for reimbursement of damages, for which the commissioneeís liability in his relationship with the client has been excluded in these conditions.
6. The client is responsible for the choice, the use and the application in his organisation of the products and other services and performance to be provided by the commissionee.
7. The commissionee is not liable for advice provided or to be provided, unless this has been or becomes the express subject of a written agreement.
Article 13 Intellectual property
The commissionee shall take all reasonably requirable precautions to ensure that the performance to be provided does not contravene any right of intellectual property of a third party, applicable in the Netherlands. If, despite this, the commissionee can be blamed for the fact that such right is infringed, the commissionee shall, notwithstanding the limits indicated in article 12, take back the items delivered and credit the cost of acquisition, or ensure that the client continues to be entitled to unhindered use of the item delivered, or of another equivalent item. The provisions of this article shall apply only if the client enables the commissionee promptly to represent his interests vis-a-vis the party asserting rights of industrial property.
Article 14 Models, equipment, tools, and dies
Models, equipment, tools, and dies, produced specially for an order, shall remain the property of the commissionee, even if costs have been charged therefor. If no orders for a particular item have been received and accepted by the commissionee for a period of two years, he shall be entitled to destroy the models, equipment, tools and dies concerned, without notifying the client involved hereof.
Article 15 Force majeure
If circumstances occur that aggravate the fulfillment of the obligations of the parties in a manner that would be expected in the event of normal completion of the transaction concerned, to such an extent that it cannot be assumed that the parties would have accepted the obligation concerned if the subject circumstances had been present, the respective mutual obligations shall be suspended.
If a situation as referred to in the preceding sentence has lasted for longer than ninety days, the parties shall be entitled, within ninety days thereafter, to cancel the agreement by giving written notice. Such performance as shall already have been completed under the agreement shall be paid for pro rata, without the parties owing anything further to each other.
Article 16 Suspension, dissolution
1. If the client fails to fulfil any obligation arising from the agreement concluded with the commissionee, or fails to do so adequately or on time, or if it is open to serious doubt whether the client is capable of fulfilling his contractual obligations to the commissionee, the commissionee shall be entitled, without notice of default or judicial intervention, either to suspend the implementation of any agreement concluded with the client, or to dissolve said agreement in whole or in part, without being obliged to pay any compensation and without prejudice to his further rights.
2. Should one of the parties request suspension of payments of be declared bankrupt, the other party shall be entitled to declare the agreements concluded dissolved by issuing written notification, or (at his choice) to suspend fulfillment of his obligations. All payments owed to the party entitled to terminate the agreements shall then become immediately payable. In addition, the party concerned shall retain in full the rights relating to non-fulfillment of obligations.
Article 17 Disputes
All disputes relating to matters to which the present conditions apply shall, subject to the right of the parties to invite decisions from the President of the District Court, giving judgment in interim proceedings, be submitted to the ordinary court in the commissionee's place of incorporation or district or, if parties so wish, to an arbitration tribunal. The latter arbitration tribunal shall be appointed in accordance with the regulations of the Stichting Raad van Arbitrage voor Metaalnijverheid en Handel (arbitration council for the metal industry and commerce), established in The Hague and shall pass judgment with due regard for the regulations of that council.
Article 18 Applicable law
All matters to which these conditions apply shall be governed exclusively by Dutch law. In the event of nullity of one or more provisions of these conditions, the parties shall be bound by rules of as far as possible corresponding purport that are not subject to nullity.
Article 19 Final provision
The present general conditions are intended to regulate in a reasonable manner the legal relationship between the commissionee and the client. In so far as circumstances occur in which these conditions, or any provision thereof, could have unreasonable results, these conditions shall to that extent not be applicable.
Last amended on 5 September 2018
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