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- All concrete is offered for supply under Australian Standard Specification AS1379, unless otherwise
- The concrete supplied is as detailed on the delivery docket, the Company is unable to accept responsibility in respect of strength or any defect which may develop in any concrete supplied if:
a) water is added to concrete either before or after discharge from the delivery unit without the approval of the Company’s
b) an admixture is used in the concrete at the Customer’s request or
c) such lack of strength of defect is due to faulty handling, placing or curing by the Customer.
- The mix ordered will be detailed on the face of the delivery docket and must be checked by the Customer at the time of delivery for compliance with the job specification. The Company is unable to accept responsibility if this check is not made before discharge is commenced.
- The Company will not recognize test results from concrete supplied by it unless the concrete is sampled at the point of delivery and tested in accordance with Australian Standard Specification AS 1012. Testing will not automatically be carried out, however if so requested the Company will institute a test program at the Customer’s expense. Charges for this service will be in accordance with the Company’s ruling rates at the time of
- The Company’s responsibility for delivery of concrete will cease at the kerbside of the job address stated. If it is necessary for a vehicle to cross a footpath or to enter upon private property in the course of effecting delivery, the Customer will provide a safe and adequate access and egress and notwithstanding will pay for all damage to any public or private property and every injury or wrong which may result therefrom.
- The Company reserves the right to charge for any concrete ordered of which the Customer is unable to accept delivery, if the amended order is not received by the Company prior to the actual batching of the concrete. Concrete which is returned from the site due to the Customer’s inability to use the full quantity ordered will be subject to an additional charge at the Company’s ruling rate to cover cartage, handling and disposal
- The Company shall not be liable to any Customer or any other party for any direct or indirect or consequential loss, liquidated damages or damage whatsoever by reason of any delay in delivery whether the same is due to the negligence of the Company or any other party, strike or any other industrial action be it of the Company or other party, or any other cause whatsoever. It is agreed that the Company shall not be responsible for delay in manufacture or delivery caused by, or in manufacture or delivery caused by, or in any way incidental to act of God, war, fire, breakage of machinery or strikes or arising out of any other unexpected or exceptional cause, or any cause beyond the Company’s reasonable control. The exemptions, limitations, terms and conditions contained in these shall apply whether or not loss or damage is caused by negligence or actions constituting fundamental breach of contract.
- A period of seven minutes per cubic metre, with a maximum of thirty minutes, is allowed for unloading per batch load. Any extra time in excess of this period will be charged at the Company’s ruling rate at the
- Prices are based on minimum individual deliveries of four cubic metres. Additional cartage will be charged for loads less than four cubic metres at the Company’s ruling rate at that
- Unless otherwise stated in the quotation, prices are based upon slumps not exceeding 80mm, using 20mm maximum size aggregate.
- Prices quoted are for delivery during normal working hours, ie. 6.00a.m. to 4.00p.m. Monday to Friday. Deliveries made outside of these hours will be subject to a surcharge at the Company’s ruling rate at that time, or as agreed to by the
- Invoice charges will be based upon the quantity of concrete supplied as per delivery docket. Any claim alleged short delivery of concrete must be made in writing within seven days of delivery otherwise the parties agree that the Customer shall not be able to make such claim or be given any credit for such claim by the Company and shall be liable to pay for the full quantity of concrete stated in the Company’s delivery dockets
- Placement of an order either verbally or written based on a quotation implies acceptance of the Company’s offer and of these
- Where a dispute arises between a Customer and Company as to the performance by either Customer or Company of any term, warranty or condition of any contract, the Company shall have the right to stop supply pending settlement of the dispute. The Company shall determine if there is a dispute and at what time the dispute is
- The payment for concrete will be cash before delivery unless the Customer is an “approved account” with the Company. In such cases an approved account will mean that payment is to be made strictly net at 30 days from the end of the month during which purchases were made. The Company reserves the right at all times to determine that an “approved account” is no longer so approved.
- The Customer must inform the Company when concrete pumping is required as some concrete mixes are not suitable. The concrete pump is to be fit for purpose.
- Special concrete for critical elements will be subject to a surcharge and the Customer must inform the Company when this type of concrete is
- These conditions may be altered only by the Company’s management. Such alteration must be in writing and be signed by the duly authorised management person and no other employee of the Company, nor any lorry owner driver under contract to the Company, nor any other person has any authority to alter any or all of these
- The Customer must supply a company representative to the Company or his nominated representative for the purpose of confirming the receipt that the goods are as ordered and or acceptance of associated charges and or acceptance of water and unauthorized additive addition. Failure to do so and the Customer will be liable for payment of the goods and associated charges as per the delivery docket