1. Our quotations are not orders. The contract is to be made at the time of our written confirmation of order or through the execution of the orderby dispatch of goods.
2. Unless we specifically agree in writing to any variation deliveries will be made subject to thesegeneral conditions of sale which will remain in force for all future supplies even without further notification and over-ride any other terms or conditions stipulated or referred to by the purchaser.
3. Price Adjustments
Plastrans shall reserve the right to change the prices, without prior notice, due to impose taxes, charges premiums, etc. forcompleted agreements but where delivery has not yet taken place.
The purchaser shall pay all invoices within 30 days from the invoice date at the address indicated on the invoice unless otherwise stated on the invoice.
4.2. Payment after date of maturity shall entitle Plastrans to an overdue interest at a rate equal to (a) 2 % per month.
4.3. The place of payment is Linz/Austria unless otherwise agreed in exceptional cases.
Deliveries from Plastrans are in accordance with the international rules for the interpretation of trade terms published by the International Chamber of Commerce. Paris (Incoterms 2020).
5.1 In case of sales on FCA basis Plastrans is entitled to calculate the penalty amounting to 1€/to per day, if the Buyer does not take over the goods by the seventh calendar day from the agreed date of collection.
Within 7 days excluding Sundays and public holidays, from delivery of the products, the purchaser shall carefully examine theproducts delivered and inform Plastrans in writing if the products are found defective in any respect.
6.2. Any defect, which cannot be discovered, despite careful examination in accordance with clause 6.1., must be notified immediately upon disclosure.
6.3. Failure to inform Plastrans in time about alleged defect shall be conclusive that Plastrans has satisfactorily performedand that the products have been accepted.
7. Product Liability
Plastrans shall only be liable for damage due to product liability according to mandatory rules of applicable law and thus the liability of Plastrans shall be restricted in all respects as much aspossible under such law.
8.1. Limitation of Liability
Plastrans does not assume any responsibility for products being suitable for any particular purpose unless Plastrans in writing approved such suitability.
8.2. Plastrans does not furnish any guarantee that the purchaser, in using, reselling or handling the product is not infringing any third party’s, registered trademark or any immaterial right, and is not liable in any way to compensate the purchaser for damage and costs incurred by such infringement.
9. Force Majeure
Scheduled delivery dates shall be extended for delays by any cause beyond Plastrans reasonable control including but not limited to industrial actions, fire, plant break-down, embargo, requisition material, energy or transport restrictions and deficiencies or delays in deliveries from Plastrans suppliers and sub-suppliers due to any of the aforesaid events.
10. Applicable Law and Venue
All dispute arising out of contracts with Plastrans Petrochemicals shall be subject to arbitration. Prior to actual arbitration proceedings ADR shall be desired. Furthermore, all proceedingsshall be governed by VIAC Rulesand subject tothe law of Austria.
11. Retention of Tide
Should delivery have been made before payment of the whole sum payable in accordance with the invoice has been effected, the products shall, to the extent permitted by the law of the country where the products are situated, remain the property of Plastrans until such payment has been effected.
12. Partial Invalidity
If any of the provisions of these General Terms becomes invalid, illegal or unaffordable the validity of the remaining provisions shall not in any way be affected or imparted.
Plastics and Innovation
Ah! Plastics and the environment, 2 words that do not seem to get along in one sentence lately. The rising concern of “we are killing the planet” has encouraged people to look more and more into their habits and question how sustainable their lifestyle really is. Which means actually paying attention to what they consume.
December 16, 2020
People and Environment
A different view on Bio-based Plastics and why there is still work to do.
Bio-based plastics provide many advantages and added value compared to conventional plastics. On the other hand, there are several drawbacks, while bio-based plastics’ implementation is not accepted widely in different segments of the plastics industry. The current limitation of bio-based plastics include topics such as lack of consumer awareness and the right information about them, limitation in technical features, lack of legislation clarities and unclear policies, the adaption with existing recycling streams, and sustainability issues
December 16, 2020