Contact

Marine Tool Supplies cc
t/a Toolnet
Reg no: 2002/106144/23
VAT No: 4440222471


 

 

Phone: 021 551 5272
Fax: 021 551 5272

info@toolnet.co.za
http://www.toolnet.co.za


GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS OF TRADE
Please Note!

Your order can only be released after your payment has been confirmed. Our Bank details will be forwarded to you with the confirmation of your order. All orders will be confirmed via telephone or email within 24 hours.

Prices are subject to change. Pricing does not include Postage & Packing. We are not obligated to sell items at mis-marked prices. We will make every effort to avoid these errors. All Prices quoted on our website are E&OE.

SHIPPING INFORMATION

To ensure speedy delivery of your order we make use of Door to Door Service by Supaswift Couriers.

RETURNING GOODS
Any goods purchased from Toolnet can be returned for a refund within 7 days of receipt of shipment. A handling fee of 15 percent of the total order value will be charged. The customer will also have to pay for the return shipping cost. These items must be in new condition with original packaging and accessories.

If a product is defective or damaged, we will provide a replacement. To expedite processing of your replacement, please contact our Customer Service to arrange for the return of the product.

Any returned product that is damaged through customer misuse, is missing parts, or is in un-sellable condition due to customer tampering will result in the non acceptance of this return.

We will also not issue refunds for the return of certain items, including:

Any item that is returned more than 7 days after delivery. Any product that has obvious signs of misuse. Any item that is not in its original condition, is damaged, or is missing parts.

INSURANCE
The supplier shall have the option to require the customer, at its own expense, and prior to despatch of the goods, to insure the goods in transit. Such insurance may be taken with Courier insurers, for such amount and on such terms as may be approved by the supplier. The insurance policy shall record the interest of both the supplier and the customer. The customer shall, if so required by the supplier, cede to the supplier all its rights in terms of such insurance policy. The supplier shall exercise the said option by giving the customer written notice that it is doing so at any time prior to the receipt of the goods by the supplier to the customer.

COSTS
The supplier shall have the option to require the customer, at its own expense, and prior to despatch of the goods, to insure the goods in transit. Such insurance may be taken with Courier insurers, for such amount and on such terms as may be approved by the supplier. The insurance policy shall record the interest of both the supplier and the customer. The customer shall, if so required by the supplier, cede to the supplier all its rights in terms of such insurance policy. The supplier shall exercise the said option by giving the customer written notice that it is doing so at any time prior to the receipt of the goods by the supplier to the customer.

LAW AND JURISDICTION
This agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Republic of South Africa and the parties hereby submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts.

RECEIPT OF DOCUMENTS, CHEQUES ETC.
No notices, cheques, cash or other documents sent to the supplier through the post shall be deemed to have been received unless and until actually received by the supplier.

EXEMPTION AND INDEMNITY
The customer shall have no claim of any nature whatsoever for damages, a remission of the purchase price, cancellation or otherwise, against the supplier, its servants, agents or others on whose behalf the supplier would be liable, in respect of any loss or damage sustained by the customer of any nature whatsoever or any damage caused to the assets of the customer or assets kept on its premises by any third parties or in regard to the customer’s business or sustained by any of its customers, howsoever caused including the negligent (including grossly negligent) acts or omissions of the supplier, its servants, agents or others for whom it may be liable in law. This constitutes also a tipulatio alteri in favour of such person the benefits of which may be accepted by them at any time.

INTEREST
The customer shall pay interest at the publicly quoted basic rate per annum ruling from time to time at which The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited lend on overdraft, which rate shall be proved by was of a certificate signed by any employee of such bank, compounded monthly in arrears on all amounts owing by the customer to the supplier which have not been paid on the due date thereof, reckoned from the due date thereof until date of payment.