Saudi SFA Terms and Conditions of Sale

 

Scope of application

All transactions between Buyer and Seller within these Terms and Conditions shall be governed by this Contract.

 

Definition
  1. a) “Seller” refers to Saudi SFA
  2. b) “Buyer” refers to the party who is willing to purchase the Products and Services from the Seller after knowing the Seller’s performance, usage mode, storage requirements and Products.
  3. c) “Order” means the order under this Contract and relates to the Products or Supply of Service.
  4. d) “Product” means any printing consumables, equipment or other goods supplied by Seller.
  5. e) “Service” means any service provided in connection with the Products, including product training or installation.

 

Price

Before placing an order, the buyer must issue an inquiry list to the seller to inquire about the price of the product and service.

The price is the delivery price of the seller.

The transaction price of the product is subject to each order unless the parties agree otherwise in the order. The price does not include any shipping, packing, insurance or tax charges. Statutory tax (such as value-added tax) is added to the price at the general rate prevailing for the taxpayer on the date of the invoice.

 

Send requests

The order referred to herein is the written document issued by the Buyer and confirmed by the Seller, which is subject to the terms of this Agreement. The order can be sent by the methods accepted by the seller. For example by fax, mail, etc. If the content conflicts with this contract, the content of this contract shall prevail.

Each order is independent of the other. A dispute arising during the execution of the previous order shall not affect the performance of the next order, unless otherwise specifically agreed in this Agreement.

 

Risk avoidance and loss control

The risk of the product being delivered to the buyer is transferred by the seller to the carrier.

 

Acceptance examination

When receiving the product, the buyer shall immediately take an inventory of the quantity, model and appearance of the product (including the outer packaging of the product). If the quantity, model and appearance of the product are inconsistent with the order, the buyer shall indicate this discrepancy in the shipping documents

For redundant goods, after indicating the specific quantity and model of redundant goods in the shipping documents, the buyer shall reject the redundant goods and send them back.

For damaged goods, the buyer must take photos of them with the delivery personnel before refusing to confirm the damage condition. The buyer is deemed willing to accept such goods in the following cases: the buyer fails to give a clear indication of objection; Buyer fails to give clear indication or take photographs as required under this contract.

The buyer must complete acceptance inspection for hidden defects in terms of product performance, technological indicators, etc. within _10 working days_ after receiving the goods.

The inspection report must be notified to the seller in writing within 3 business days. Seller’s failure to raise a quality objection before the deadline is deemed no-objection and bears responsibility for the consequences and has no relationship with the seller.

If the seller objects to the inspection report issued by the buyer, it can be settled by negotiation between the two parties. If the negotiation fails, the final inspection shall be carried out by the quality inspection department jointly by both parties. If the two parties fail to reach an agreement on the selection of the quality inspection department, the final inspection shall be carried out by the inspection department assigned by the seller.

If the final report shows that the seller’s objection to the inspection report issued by the buyer is invalid or the product fails to comply with the quality agreement, the final inspection expenses shall be borne by the seller; If the final report shows that the seller’s objection to the inspection report issued by the buyer is correct or the product conforms to the quality agreement, the final inspection expenses shall be borne by the buyer. The final inspection report is the final arbiter of quality.

 

Product delivery

The seller shall make every effort to deliver the goods and/or service in a reasonable time, but the seller shall not be liable for the buyer’s indirect loss resulting from the delay of the goods and/or service and the third party’s unexpected claim for compensation by the seller.

The buyer should purchase all necessary insurances for the loss or damage that he may incur from the delivery of the goods, to minimize the loss.

 

Transporter

The buyer must adopt the carrier recommended by the seller to transport the products. Unless otherwise specified, the freight shall be borne by the buyer.

If the buyer expressly informs the seller of the requirement to adopt another carrier when placing the order, the buyer may adopt another carrier to transport the product.

In this case:

  1) The seller completes the delivery obligation as soon as the product is handed over to the carrier.

2) The risk of the product is transferred to the buyer because the seller delivers the goods to the carrier.

3) When receiving the product, the buyer’s carrier should make a spot inventory of the quantity and model and check the appearance of the product (including the product’s outer packaging and product specification)

If the carrier fails to give a clear indication of the defect related to the quantity, model and appearance of the Goods on the Seller’s Bill of Lading when receiving the Goods, it shall not be deemed to be defects in the Seller’s Goods; The Buyer shall not make any offer to the Seller for any defects in the quantity, model and appearance of the Goods due to the Carrier’s receipt of the Goods.

The buyer must keep the products in proper condition; Product quality deterioration caused by improper use, guarding, maintenance, etc. is not considered a quality defect and the seller will not be responsible.