Manufacturing Agreement South Africa

4.1. Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the company, the delivery of the goods is made to the place of business of the company.4.2. The delivery date is agreed between the company and the buyer. If such a date is not indicated, delivery shall be made within a reasonable time from the date of the transaction or agreement.4.3. The date of delivery takes place when the buyer expressly or by behavior accepts the delivery of the goods; or the buyer, in respect of the goods, does something inconsistent with the company`s ownership of the goods; or the buyer has kept the goods for an excessively long period, without having to inform the company that the buyer does not want the goods.4.4. Subject to the other provisions of these Terms, the entity shall not be liable for any direct, indirect or consequential damages (these three concepts include, inter alia, pure economic loss, loss, business loss, exhaustion of good and other losses), costs, damages, costs or expenses caused directly or indirectly by delays in the delivery of the goods when such delay is due to the conduct of the purchase. rs is well founded; either the delay in delivery referred to in point 4.5 above; or as a result of the termination or termination of the buyer`s contract.4.5. In the event of a delay in delivery by the company for a period of more than 90 days, the buyer is entitled to withdraw from the contract.4.6. If, for any reason, the buyer does not accept delivery of any of the goods, if it is ready for delivery or if the company is unable to deliver the goods in a timely manner because the buyer has not provided instructions, documents, licenses or authorizations:4.6.1 the goods are deemed delivered;4.6.2 any risk in the goods is transferred to the buyer;4.3.3 the company may store the goods, Until delivery takes place, the buyer is responsible for all costs and charges associated with the storage, maintenance, insurance and transportation of the goods.4.7. Depending on the place of delivery, the buyer must provide, at his own expense, adequate equipment and manual work to unload or load the goods.4.8.

If the company supplies the buyer with a quantity of goods of up to 5% more or less than the quantity accepted by the company, the buyer has the possibility:4.8.1 to refuse all goods delivered by the company; or 4.8.2 Accept delivery of the goods and agree to pay for such goods at the proportional contract value; or 4.8.3 Acceptance of the agreed order and refusal of the excess goods.4.9. The company and the buyer may agree that the delivery of the goods may be made in separate instalments.