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Terms and Conditions


1. Definitions

1.1. Unless otherwise stated in the text or the circumstances in general, the definitions listed below shall apply in these Sales and Delivery Conditions: “CONZEPT” means Conzept International ApS, CVR no. 26627362. “Purchaser” means the company or business that has placed an order with CONZEPT. “Product” means one or more products or services from CONZEPT. “Sale and delivery conditions” means these sales and delivery conditions including (any) appendices.

2. Validity

2.1. Sales and delivery conditions apply to all submitted offers, order confirmations, sales and delivery of Products from CONZEPT, unless otherwise agreed in writing.
2.2. The Buyer’s general purchase conditions or other standard terms do not apply to the Buyer’s purchase of Products from CONZEPT, regardless of whether the Buyer has referred to its general purchase conditions or other standard terms in the Buyer’s order or elsewhere.
2.3. CONZEPT reserves the right to change the terms and conditions of sale and delivery. The sales and delivery conditions applicable at all times can be found at www.conzept-int.dk.

3. Offer, order and acceptance

3.1. Only written orders from the Buyer are accepted, and the order placed is binding for the Buyer.
3.2. A binding agreement has been entered into when the Buyer has received a written order confirmation from CONZEPT.
3.3. If CONZEPT makes an offer that does not contain an acceptance period, the offer will lapse if it is not accepted by the Buyer no later than 3 days from the date of the offer.
3.4. If CONZEPT makes an offer that does not contain an acceptance period, the offer will lapse if it is not accepted by the Buyer no later than 3 days from the date of the offer. Otherwise, the order confirmation applies.
3.5. Changes or additions to the original order are only binding for CONZEPT if there is a written confirmation of this to the Buyer from CONZEPT.

4. Product information

4.1. Information on product information, including prices, drawings, specifications and the like, as well as other details in catalogues, advertisements, promotional material or elsewhere, including the CONZEPT website, are not legally binding and are to be regarded as guidelines only.
4.2. CONZEPT reserves the right of ownership over all designs, drawings and technical specifications developed by CONZEPT and which are included in the development of the product. The material may not be copied, reproduced, passed on or otherwise given to unauthorized third parties. The material must be returned to CONZEPT after the end of the collaboration.

5. Prices and payment terms

5.1. Prices in offers, order confirmations and other references are in Danish kroner exclusive of VAT etc. unless otherwise stated on offers, order confirmations and or other references.
5.2. Payment is collected by invoice, and payment must be made within the payment deadline specified on the invoice.
5.3. If payment is made after the due date, the Buyer must pay interest on the overdue amount at 1.5% per started month. In addition, CONZEPT is entitled to charge a reminder fee of DKK 200 per reminders and a compensation amount according to the provisions of the Interest Act.
5.4. In case of payment after the due date, CONZEPT reserves the right to make future deliveries to the Buyer conditional on cash payment or prepayment.
5.5. The buyer is not entitled to offset any counterclaims against CONZEPT and is not entitled to withhold any part of the purchase price due to counterclaims of any kind.

6. Retention of title

6.1. Conzept International ApS reserves the right of ownership to the sold item until the entire purchase price plus interest and any costs has been paid. The buyer is not entitled to make dispositions that impair Conzept International ApS’s reservation of title.

7. Delivery conditions

7.1. Delivery takes place according to the order confirmation.
7.2. The delivery time can be agreed on a specific date or within a fixed period. We reserve the right to change the delivery time if all information or information from the Buyer that is necessary for the execution of the order does not come to CONZEPT’s knowledge within a reasonable time before the delivery time.
7.3. If CONZEPT, on behalf of the Buyer, undertakes to arrange for the transport of the Product according to the Buyer’s express order and instructions, CONZEPT in no way guarantees that this will be done in the cheapest way for the Buyer.
7.4. CONZEPT only takes out insurance if this has been expressly agreed with the Buyer. As a starting point, only standard insurance is taken out, unless otherwise stated in the agreement

8. Delay

8.1. ONZEPT is under no circumstances liable for any operational, time, profit or other indirect losses and consequences as a result of delayed delivery of Products from CONZEPT, unless CONZEPT has acted intentionally or grossly negligently.

9. Claimant’s default

9.1. If the Buyer, after the delivery time has arrived, fails to pick up the Product or give instructions about shipping, CONZEPT is entitled to store and insure the Product at the Buyer’s expense.
9.2. If the Buyer fails to collect the goods despite a written request, CONZEPT is entitled to sell the Product as best as possible at the Buyer’s expense. This also applies to parts that are specially manufactured according to the Buyer’s instructions.
9.3. If CONZEPT incurs losses in connection with the Buyer’s creditor default, CONZEPT is entitled to compensation.

10. Complaints and investigation duty

10.1. The buyer must examine the Product upon receipt. Defects that are discovered or should have been discovered in connection with this investigation, or that are discovered later, must be notified in writing to CONZEPT immediately and no later than 8 days after the defect is or should have been discovered.

11. Defects

11.1. Remediation of defects in the Product that are due to defects in material and/or manufacturing will, at CONZEPT’s choice, be done either by rectification of the defect or redelivery, if the Buyer timely and properly
has advertised in accordance with section 10.1. The Buyer cannot assert other rights of deficiency and is thus not entitled to demand compensation or reimbursement for losses and costs that the Buyer may incur in connection with CONZEPT’s rectification or redelivery.
11.2. Defects arising from incorrect use, inadequate maintenance, incorrect assembly, connection or operation, accident, repair that is not carried out or initiated by CONZEPT are not covered by CONZEPT’s liability for defects.
11.3. Does rectification or redelivery take place according to section 11.1 not within a reasonable time, the Buyer is entitled, subject to the general rules of Danish law and the Sales and Delivery Terms and Conditions, to have the repair carried out by a third party at CONZEPT’s expense, provided that this is done in a reasonable and reasonable manner, and after CONZEPT has accepted and approved this in writing. In the event of such a repair by a third party, the liability of CONZEPT is limited to the direct costs associated with the repair of the Product, and the liability of CONZEPT for the repair by a third party can never exceed the purchase price of the Product.

12. Product liability

12.1. For damage to persons and things as a result of a defect in the Products supplied by CONZEPT (product liability), CONZEPT is solely responsible to the extent that the liability follows from mandatory legal regulations. CONZEPT is not liable for damage to the Buyer’s belongings or other items intended for commercial use (damage to commercial property).
12.2. The Buyer must indemnify CONZEPT against any claim for compensation regarding product liability made by a third party against CONZEPT, to the extent that CONZEPT, according to these sales and delivery conditions, is not liable to the Buyer.
12.3. CONZEPT is under no circumstances liable for any operational, time, profit or other indirect losses and consequences due to CONZEPT having delivered a defective Product to the Buyer, unless the Buyer can document that CONZEPT has acted grossly negligently or intentionally.

13. Force majeure

13.1. CONZEPT is not liable for failure to fulfill the order due to force majeure, such as e.g. natural disasters, war and mobilization, riots, riots, strikes, lockouts, other work stoppages, interventions
from public authority/government, import or export restrictions, fire damage, damage to CONZEPT’s production equipment, missing or defective deliveries from subcontractors, etc. or any other reason beyond CONZEPT’s control.
13.2. If defect-free or timely delivery is temporarily prevented due to one or more of the above-mentioned circumstances, the delivery time is suspended for a period corresponding to the duration of the obstacle in question. Missing or delayed deliveries of materials from subcontractors are considered force majeure, suspending the delivery time stated by CONZEPT. If the obstacle means that a delivery cannot take place or can only be remedied at disproportionately high costs, CONZEPT reserves the right to cancel the order in question.

14. Export

14.1. The Buyer is responsible for ensuring that the Product purchased can be legally used in the Buyer’s home country and for the purposes assumed by the Buyer, including any approval of the Products by public authorities or private individuals for import and use.
14.2. The buyer alone bears all letter of credit costs (L/C) and costs for externally verified documentation.

15. Partial Invalidity

15.1. If one or more of the provisions in the Terms of Sale and Delivery are deemed invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the validity, legality and implementation of the other provisions shall not be affected or impaired thereby.

16. Transfer of rights and duties

16.1. CONZEPT is entitled to transfer all rights and duties in relation to the fulfillment of an order to a third party without the Buyer’s consent.

17. Choice of law and venue

17.1. Any dispute between CONZEPT and the Buyer that may arise in connection with these Terms of Sale and Delivery, including disputes regarding the existence or validity of an agreement or the understanding of these Terms of Sale and Delivery, must be settled according to Danish law, although the Danish international private law rules and the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG).
17.2. Any dispute that may arise in the trading relationship of the parties, as regulated by these General Terms and Conditions of Sale and Delivery, and which cannot be resolved amicably, must be settled by arbitration at the Arbitration Institute in accordance with the rules adopted by the Arbitration Institute in this regard, which are applicable at the initiation of the arbitration proceedings.

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