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1. Formation of a Contract

1.1 Quotation’s given on these terms and conditions will only remain valid for a period of 30 days.


1.2 On acceptance of the quotation by placing an order within the specified period in paragraph 1.1 above, you will be bound by these terms and conditions. Each quotation accepted shall constitute an individual legally binding contract between you and us. Such contract is hereinafter referred to in these terms and conditions as “an order”.


1.3 No addition, alteration, substitution or waiver of these terms and conditions will be valid unless expressly accepted in writing by us or a person authorised to sign on our behalf.


1.4 Nothing in these terms and conditions shall prejudice any condition or warranty expressed or implied, or any legal remedy to which we may be entitled in relation to the goods / and or the work the subject of this quotation.


1.5 These terms and conditions shall be construed in accordance with the laws of Ireland and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts.


2. Specification

All goods supplied by us shall be in accordance with the quotation given and any further specifications or descriptions agreed or expressly listed or set out on the face of the order.


3. Acceptance

3.1 You will be deemed to have accepted all goods upon their delivery by us to the address specified in the order.


3.2 We must be informed in writing within 5 days of acceptance of the order of any changes, alterations, reductions or cancellations. Where changes are made to the order after acceptance of the order ,you shall be liable to pay for the full cost of any commitments entered into by Schivo + 30% unless agreed otherwise at the time of the.


4. Delivery and Risk

4.1 Unless otherwise stated in the order, the price quoted excludes delivery and insurance to the address specified in the order. For the avoidance of doubt, delivery shall be at the customers’ premises appearing on the purchase order, unless otherwise agreed.


4.2 Whereas we will try to ensure compliance with any delivery times and dates given, such times and dates are an estimate only. We will not be liable (in contract, negligence or otherwise) for any loss whatsoever arising from or consequential upon delay in delivery.


4.3 Unless otherwise expressly agreed, we may make delivery in one or more instalments.


4.4 Risk in the goods shall pass to you upon delivery[delivery is deemed made when the goods are made available to you for unloading at the point of delivery or collected by your carrier from our premises]


4.5 Return of goods can only be accepted with prior authorisation of SCHIVO Group.


5. Title and Payment

5.1 We warrant that we have good title to the goods and will transfer such title as we have in the goods to you pursuant to paragraph 5.3 below.  We further warrant that the goods sold will conform with their specification as published by us.


5.2 Unless otherwise stated in the order, payment of the price of the goods comprised in each order shall become due 30 days from invoice date.  We reserve the right to issue our invoice upon dispatch or at any time thereafter.


5.3 Title to the goods comprised in the order shall not pass to you until you have paid the full price, although we reserve the right to sue for the price once payment becomes due notwithstanding that title may not have passed.


5.4 You shall be liable to pay interest on any overdue amount at a rate of 8 % per annum, from the date due for payment until payment, calculated on a daily basis and compounded monthly.  Interest will be payable both before and after judgement.


6. Price

6.1 Prices quoted are exclusive of value added tax (VAT) delivery, insurance and packaging charges. Delivery,insurance and packaging charges will be charged for separately.


7. Damage in Transit

Goods damaged in transit must be notified to us in writing within 3 days of delivery.


8. Force Majeure

8.1 We shall not be liable for delay or failure to perform any of our obligations under this order if the delay or failure is caused by any circumstances beyond our reasonable control.


8.2 For the purposes of this condition, “force majeure” shall include, but not be limited to acts of God, war, terrorism, civil disorder, industrial dispute, fire or explosions.


8.3 Upon the happening of a “force majeure” event we shall be entitled to a reasonable extension of time for the performance of our obligations.


9. Guarantees

No warranty or condition shall be implied herein against the Company by Statue, Common Law or otherwise howsoever and no representation or express condition or warranty shall be binding on the Company, unless it be in writing and signed for on the Company’s behalf.


10. Exclusions


10.1 If we are in breach of any of the warranties arising under these terms and conditions, our liability shall be limited to:-


(a) Replacement of the goods supplied or

(b) At our option, reimbursement of the price.


10.2 Other than as set out in these terms and conditions, we shall not under any circumstances have any further liability to you and, without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, we shall not be liable for any indirect, consequential, special, incidental or punitive loss or damage (whether for loss of current or future profits, loss of enterprise value or otherwise) howsoever caused whether by negligence, breach of contract, misrepresentation or otherwise, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.


10.3 Nothing in these conditions of sale shall exclude or limit our liability for death or personal injury resulting from our negligence or the negligence of any of our employees or agents, nor shall these terms and conditions operate to exclude or limit any statutory rights which cannot be legally excluded or limited, including the statutory rights of a consumer.




11. Complaints

We aim to provide a high level of service. If you do have an enquiry or complaint regarding the goods provided by us please address them to SCHIVO Group 504 IDA Industrial Est, Western Extension, Cork Road, Waterford.


12. Application

These conditions of sale shall apply to any purchase of goods under an order which is accepted by us.  No other terms shall apply to the sale of such goods, including any standard conditions of purchase adopted by you, even if they are printed on the written order submitted by you or any other document issued by you unless specifically agreed




(Purchase Order are placed subject only to the Terms and Conditions included in the Purchase Order and the reference to any proposal from Seller is only for the purposes of specifying basic information concerning price, the description of item(s), quantities, terms of payment, and delivery and then only as such terms are consistent with the terms and conditions herein.

(b) Any of the Seller’s Terms and Conditions which are in addition to or are inconsistent with these Terms and Conditions will be construed as proposals for addition to this Purchase Order and will not be binding unless agreed to in writing by the Buyer. For the avoidance of doubt, in the event of conflict between the Seller’s Terms and Conditions and the Buyer’s Terms and Conditions, the latter will prevail. Commencement of performance by the Seller in the absence of the Buyer’s agreement to the proposals will constitute Seller’s acceptance of the Purchase Orders Terms and Conditions to the entire exclusion of the Seller’s Terms and Conditions. The Seller shall acknowledge to the Buyer within 2 working days price and expected delivery date(s).

(c) The Purchase Order shall be governed and construed by the Sale of Goods and Supply of Services Act, 1980 (as may be amended from time to time).



Seller may not assign either its rights or obligations under this Purchase Order without the prior written consent of Buyer except that claims for monies due or to become due under this Purchase Order may be assigned by Seller provided that Seller shall supply Buyer promptly with two copies of any such assignment.

Payment to an assignee of any such claim shall be subject to set-off or recoupment against any claim(s), which Buyer may have against Seller and a provision setting forth this right of the Buyer, shall be included in each such assignment.

Buyer reserves the right to make direct settlements and/or adjustments in price with Seller under the terms of the Purchase Order, notwithstanding any assignment of claims for monies due or to become due hereunder and without notice to the assignee.

For the avoidance of doubt, the Buyer may assign either its rights or obligations (or both) under the Purchase Order to its associated subsidiary companies or to any third party without the prior consent of the Seller.


Except for articles proprietary to Seller, none of the contemplated work to be performed hereunder may be subcontracted (except delivery of goods) without Buyer’s prior written consent and approval and it shall be a condition of any such consent that the Seller shall:

(a) ensure and be responsible for the compliance by any sub-contractor with the terms of this Purchase Order;

(b) include in the sub-contract, provisions consistent with these conditions for the benefit of and enforceable by the Buyer; and

(c) furnish the Buyer with copies of any sub-contract upon the Buyer’s request at any time.

For the avoidance of doubt, where the Seller appoints a subcontractor to perform any of the work contemplated hereunder, the prior written consent of the Buyer to the said appointment shall in no way create any contractual relationship between the Buyer and any sub-contractor. The Seller shall be fully responsible for those matters delegated to and performed by any subcontractor appointed by it and for the acts and omissions of all of its sub-contractors to the same extent as the Seller is responsible for the acts and omissions of persons directly employed by it.

4.Facilities and Special Equipment

The Seller represents that it now has, or can readily procure without assistance of the Buyer or any other party, all facilities necessary for the timely performance of the Purchase Order. Special dies, tools, patterns, and the like, used in manufacture of the articles herein ordered shall be furnished by, and at the expense of, Seller and shall be kept in good condition for follow-on orders, and when necessary, shall be replaced by Seller without expense to Buyer.

5.Materials and Insurance

Any material furnished by Buyer on other than a charge basis in connection with this Purchase Order shall be deemed bailed to the Seller for mutual benefit, and title thereto shall at all times remain in the Buyer, Seller agrees to pay for all such materials spoiled by it or not otherwise satisfactorily accounted for.

The Seller shall clearly mark and store all such materials so that they can be identified as the property of the Buyer, make them available for inspection by the Buyer at any time and comply with all instructions from the Buyer with regard to them.

Seller agrees to return those materials with carriage paid to the Buyer at the Buyer’s request at any time, or if no request is made on completion of the contract. Seller agrees to procure a policy or policies of insurance in form satisfactory to the Buyer, insuring all of Buyer owned and supplied property on Seller’s premises against loss or damage.

6.Passing of Title/Risk

Title and risk in the articles shall not pass to the Buyer until physical delivery of the articles to the Buyer or its authorized agent is made.

7.Packing and Shipping

The Seller must ensure all articles are suitably prepared and packed for shipment so as to secure safe delivery, the lowest transportation rates and to meet carrier’s requirements.

If possible to accomplish, without involving delay, Purchase Orders shall be combined to make minimum less than truckload “LTL” or truckload shipments.

No charges will be allowed for packing, crating or carriage unless stated in the Purchase Order.

Each container must be marked to show Buyer’s Purchase Order number and a packing sheet showing Purchase Order number must be included in each package or single unit of LTL shipment or with each truckload shipment.

For the avoidance of doubt, the Seller shall be liable for any damage caused to the articles during transportation until title and risk of loss pass to Buyer at the time of physical receipt of the articles by Buyer and in this regard, the Buyer shall be entitled to such remedies as are set out in Clauses 11 and 12.


Individual invoices must be issued for each shipment applying against this Purchase Order. Value Added Tax, where applicable, shall be shown separately on all invoices. Freight and other charges must be shown if discount is not allowed on full amount of invoice. All invoices issued must bear the Purchase Order number that the invoice is being issued against. Delay in receiving an invoice, invoicing for material shipped ahead of specified schedule, or invoices rendered with errors and omissions will be considered just cause for Buyer to withhold payment without losing discount privileges. Discount privilege will apply from date of scheduled delivery, the date of receipt of the goods or the date of invoice, whichever is later.


All articles ordered will be subject to final inspection and approval by Buyer after delivery, not withstanding prior payment, it being expressly agreed that payment shall not constitute final acceptance. Buyer may without liability, reject, return or require replacement of any article which contains defective material or workmanship or otherwise does not conform to this Purchase Order, applicable drawings, specifications or samples. In this regard, the Buyer shall have a right to be compensated for any resulting costs and expenses it incurs.

Time is of the essence in relation to delivery of the articles and performance of the services by the Seller under the Purchase Order.

The Buyer, at its discretion, may employ either 100% inspection or an approved sample plan. Lots which fail to pass such sampling plans may be subsequently 100% inspected by Buyer (Seller will be charged for all such inspection costs) or at Buyer’s option, returned to Seller. Rejected articles or lots which are returned shall be returned at Seller’s risk and expense for sorting, correction, replacement, or credit, as Buyer may elect. Exercise of these remedies shall not be exclusive of any other remedies provided in law or equity, which are available to Buyer.


(a) Product Change

The Seller agrees notify the Buyer in writing at least 60 days in advance of their intention to discontinue or modify the specification of product supplied to Schivo Group. The Seller shall afford the Buyer the opportunity to place scheduled last-time buy orders for the product.

(b) Process Change

The seller shall notify the buyer of any changes to the production process, supplier, manufacturing facility where it is possible that this would impact the function of the part.

(c) Purchase Order Change

The Buyer may at any time by written Change Order make changes in the articles or services to be furnished hereunder or their quantities or delivery dates. If the cost of, or time required for furnishing the articles or services ordered hereby is increased or decreased as a result of such Change Order, an equitable adjustment in the order price and/or delivery schedule will be made in the Change Order, of its claim for such an increase in price or delay in delivery. The Purchase Order, shall not be deemed or construed to be modified, amended, rescinded, cancelled or waived in whole or in part, except by written Change Order hereto signed by the Buyer’s authorized representative.

11.Right of Access

Where the seller provides a parts or subcontract services to the buyer they shall provide access for the buyer, their customer and regulatory authorities to the applicable areas of all facilities at any level of the supply chain involved in the order and to any applicable records.


Where the seller provides parts or subcontract services for engineering parts or assemblies the seller shall maintain production and inspection records for the parts for a minimum of 10 years unless designated otherwise in a documented agreement.


The Seller will proactively expedite and monitor delivery commitments at all times. In the event of an expected delivery failure, the Seller will immediately notify the Buyer in writing. In doing so the Seller will advise reason for delivery failure, revised delivery date and details of corrective actions taken. The Buyer may request the Seller to furnish such timetables, programmes of manufacture or completion as evidence that agreed delivery schedules are on track. If Seller’s deliveries fail to meet the schedules herein specified with the result that the Buyer requires, and Seller makes, express shipments, partial shipments, or both, then Seller agrees to assume all resulting excess shipping charges. In addition, the Seller shall be responsible for any expenses incurred to deliver any incorrectly delivered articles to the correct delivery point or return any items delivered in excess of the quantity specified in the Purchase Order. Parts fabricated by Seller beyond Buyer’s releases are at Seller’s risk. Invoices covering material shipped in advance of that specified by delivery schedules will not be paid until their normal maturity after the date specified for delivery. Notwithstanding the provisions of the preceding paragraph, neither party shall be liable for delays or defaults due to causes beyond its reasonable control and without its fault or negligence, except however, when, and in the event that Seller fails to give immediate written notice to Buyer, setting forth the cause of any anticipated delay when the Seller has reason to believe that deliveries will not be made as scheduled.


Seller warrants that all articles furnished under this Purchase Order will be free from defects in material and workmanship, and will strictly conform to applicable specifications, drawings, samples or other descriptions and that articles of Seller’s design will also be free from defects in design. The Seller further warrants that all articles furnished under the Purchase Order will be free from encumbrances and that all articles supplied will comply with the Sale of Goods and Supply of Services Act, 1980 (as may be amended from time to time). In addition, the Seller shall use its best endeavors to assign to the Buyer all benefits of any manufacturer’s warranties or any other guarantee to which the articles may be subject. Seller further expressly warrants that all services performed under the Purchase Order will be free from defects in workmanship. These warranties shall remain in effect, as to each article furnished, serviced and/or repaired hereunder for a period of time consistent with the warranty life normally offered by the Seller. All warranties shall be construed as conditions as well as warranties and shall not be deemed to be exclusive. The benefits of this warranty shall accrue to Buyer’s customers, and assigns to the same extent they shall accrue to Buyer. Articles ordered to certain specifications shall comply with such specifications as are current at the date of this Purchase Order unless otherwise particularly specified by the Buyer. Under circumstance of Breach of Warranty, Buyer shall be entitled to avail itself cumulatively of all remedies provided in law or in equity. Seller shall make timely responses to Buyer’s notifications of Breach of Warranty and shall respond understanding (and Seller agrees) that time will be of the essence in all instances. The Seller shall compensate and indemnify the Buyer in full or demand for all loss, damage, or injury to the Buyer, any claim in respect of loss, damage or injury made against the Buyer by the third parties and any costs and expenses arising in connection with them which result from the Seller’s failure to comply with the Purchase Order (whether negligent or otherwise) and in particular resulting from any neglect in the articles or their materials, construction, workmanship or design (to the extent that the Seller is responsible for design). This indemnity shall remain in full force after conclusion of, or sooner termination by either party of the Purchase Order. The Seller undertakes that the articles are safe and without risk to health when properly used and comply in all respects with all legal obligations in force at the date of delivery. The Seller shall supply in respect of the articles such information about the use of them as is required by law and which enables the Buyer to comply with them insofar as it is required by law to do so.


Seller agrees to save Buyer, its customers, and agents harmless from any loss, damage or liability incurred on account of any alleged infringement of any patent with respect to any article furnished under the Purchase Order provided that such article is not manufactured pursuant to Buyer’s design. Seller also agrees that it will, at its own expense, defend any action, suit or claim in which infringement is alleged provided Seller is duly notified as to such suit. In case the article or any part thereof is held to constitute an infringement and the use of the article or any part thereof is enjoined, Seller shall, at its own expense, either procure for Buyer the right to continue using the article or any part thereof, or replace same with non-infringing article or part thereof, or modify the article so that it becomes non infringing, or in the event of the impossibility of the foregoing options grant Buyer a credit for the purchase price of such article. Seller shall not be liable to Buyer if any patent infringement or claim thereof is based upon the use of the article in combinations with other items where such infringement or claim thereof would not have occurred from the normal use for which the article was designed. Where performance under this Purchase Order includes experimental, developmental, or research effort and such work is paid for, in whole or in part as such by Buyer, Seller agrees to disclose to Buyer all confidential processes, or know-how or trade secrets resulting there from and, on request, to assign to Buyer each invention and property right resulting there from.


(a) Buyer reserves the right to terminate this Purchase Order, or any part thereof, and to cancel all or any part of the undelivered portion of the Purchase Order if Seller does not make deliveries as provided in this contract, or if Seller breaches any of the Terms hereof, including the warranties. Buyer shall also have the right to terminate the Purchase Order or any part thereof and cancel all or any part of the undelivered portion in the event of the happening of any of the following: Insolvency of Seller, the appointment of a receiver over any of the assets of the Seller, the appointment of any examiner pursuant to the provisions of the Companies Act, 1990, filing of a voluntary petition in bankruptcy, filing of an involuntary petition to have Seller declared bankrupt provided it is not vacated within thirty days from the date of such filing, or the execution by Seller of any assignment for the benefit of creditors. Buyer shall have no obligations to Seller in respect of the cancelled portion of the Purchase Order and may at its discretion return the delivered portion of the Purchase Order. If the Buyer returns any articles delivered under this Purchase Order as a result of the insolvency of the Seller, the Seller shall return all payments already made for the returned articles. Where the Buyer elects to keep any articles already delivered under the Purchase Order, it shall account to the Seller for them at a proportion of the price or the value to the Buyer, whichever is less, but otherwise no compensation shall be payable to the Seller on termination. If, as a result of default of performance by the Seller, this contract is terminated in whole or in part and it is necessary to procure any of the specified articles or services elsewhere, then Seller shall be liable for any re-procurement charges which exceed the amount which would have been due the Seller if it had satisfactorily completed the Purchase Order. These remedies shall be cumulative and additional to any other or further remedies provided in law or in equity.

(b) Buyer may, for its convenience, terminate work under the Purchase Order, in whole or in part, at any time by giving notice to Seller in writing. Seller will thereupon immediately stop work on this Purchase Order or the terminated portion thereof and notify any subcontractors to do likewise. Seller shall be entitled to reimbursement for its actual costs incurred up to and including the date of termination, such costs to be determined in accordance with recognised accounting principles. Seller shall also be entitled to a reasonable profit on the work done prior to such termination at a rate not exceeding the rate used in establishing the original purchase price. The total of such claim shall not exceed the pro rata portion of the Purchase Order, which is cancelled.

(c) Termination claims shall be subject to inspection and audit by the Buyer in the event of cancellation.

17.Proprietary Information/Copyright

Seller agrees that all information contained in drawings, specifications etc. which are submitted by Buyer to Seller under or pursuant to the Purchase Order, is proprietary to Buyer and is submitted with the understanding that agreement by Seller that such information shall not be utilised in whole or in part by Seller, except for fulfillment of the Purchase Order, without written permission of Buyer. The Seller agrees to return such information, carriage paid, to the Buyer at the Buyer’s request at any time, or if no request is made, on completion of the Purchase Order. The Seller agrees that the copyright in any such information belongs to the Buyer.

18.Information Proprietary to Seller

Any information which is proprietary to Seller and which is disclosed in the articles or documents furnished to Buyer hereunder shall be deemed to have been disclosed as part of the consideration for the Purchase Order and the Buyer shall have full right to its use as Buyer sees fit.


Any advertising of the Purchase Order (including the articles supplied hereunder and pictures, descriptions, or samples thereof) by Seller is prohibited except with Buyer’s approval.

20.Governing Laws

The Purchase Order shall be governed by law and the Seller consents to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts in all matters regarding it except to the extent that the Buyer invokes jurisdiction of the Courts of any other country.

21.No Waiver

No failure or delay on the part of the Buyer in exercising any right, power or privilege under this Purchase Order shall operate as a waiver thereof, nor shall any single or partial exercise of any right, power or privilege under the Purchase Order preclude any other or further exercise there, or the exercise of any right, power or privilege.


The Seller shall not at any time, whether before or after the termination of the Purchase Order divulge or use any unpublished technical information deriving from the Buyer or any other confidential information in relation to the Buyer’s affairs or business or method of carrying on business and the Seller shall use its best efforts to ensure that its employees, agents and subcontractors comply with this undertaking.



Each of the provisions of the Purchase Order are separate, severable and enforceable and, accordingly if at any time any provision is adjudged by any court of competent jurisdiction to be void or unenforceable the validity, legality and enforceability of the remaining provisions hereof shall not in any way be affected or impaired thereby.

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