All Seller‘s quotations are without obligation and subject to confirmation.
A contract is only concluded when the Seller issues a confirmation of order or makes a delivery after receiving an order from the Customer. An order from the Customer always represents a binding offer. The Seller reserves the right to decline an order, for example upon evaluation of the Customer‘s creditworthiness. For Consumers the Seller reserves the right to accept the order within one week; for Businesses the Seller reserves the right to accept the order within a suitable acceptance period. The confirmation of receipt does not however constitute a binding acceptance of the order.
Specific Customer‘s instructions, i.e. with regard to delivery dates, discounts or the like, shall not be binding until explicitly confirmed by the Seller in the confirmation of order.
The Seller creates catalogues on- and offline and any other sales documents, lists and drawings, as well as weights and measurements with the utmost care, but reserves the right to subsequently correct any obvious errors.
The Seller shall expressly agree with any changes or additions to the order made by the Customer after the conclusion of the contract and reserve the right to indemnification.
The Seller reserves the right to partial or non-performance of a contract with Businesses in case of the Seller’s incorrect or improper deliveries by suppliers. In this case, the Seller undertakes to inform the Businesses without delay and any compensation will be reimbursed partially or fully.