Terms & Conditions
Blackburn Safetywear Ltd registered in England - Company No. 6670169 (The Company) transacts business only subject to the following conditions. No purchaser’s conditions shall override these.
Title and Risk
Title to the goods shall not pass to the purchaser until the invoice price and any other money is paid in full although risk in the goods passes to the purchaser on receipt.
Although every effort will be made to fulfil delivery dates on liability arising from delay is accepted by the company.
Postage will be added to your purchase at the payment stage, at the following rates:
Local deliveries within 25 miles radius Free.
For deliveries to the rest of the mainland UK carriage of £5.00
Damage, Shortage or Non Delivery
Any shortages or discrepancies must be reported within 3 days of delivery and confirmed in writing within 7 days of delivery or no claims will be accepted by the company. It is the responsibility of the buyer to examine goods for defect in materials and or workmanship which are likely to cause damage or injury
Terms of Payment Bankruptcy Liquidation
Payment is strictly 30 days from end invoice date for approved credit accounts. Late payment may result in credit facilities being withdrawn or suspended. For non-account customers payment with order will be required.
Interest will be charged at the company’s discretion on all overdue accounts at the rate of 2% per month or part thereof from the due date until payment.
The purchaser agrees to accept a surcharge payable forthwith:
Of £10. If a cheque in settlement of an invoice is dishonoured for any reason.
Of any expenditure incurred by the company if the company decides to instruct a third party to attempt to collect on behalf of the company any overdue amount owing to it. Also the company shall give to the third party any necessary information about the purchase to enable the sum due to be collected.
Should the purchaser make any breach of obligation to the company or any bankruptcy be filed by or against the purchaser or be unable to pay debts within the meaning of the insolvency act 1986 the company shall have the right forthwith to cancel any subsisting contract and stop any outstanding deliveries without remedy to consequential loss through non completion of contract.
No waivers by the company in any one or more instances in insisting on its right under these conditions shall be construed as waiver or relinquishment of its right and the purchaser’s acceptance of the company conditions in full force and effect.
Any order specially produced or altered items may not be cancelled or returned.