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version dated 7 December 2017

1.    Definitions and Interpretation

(a)    "ACL" means the Competition and Consumer Act 2012 (Cth).
(b)    "APPs" refers to the Australian Privacy Principles.
(c)    "Agreement" means an agreement between the Company and Purchaser and includes these Terms.
(d)    "Australian Privacy Principles" has the same meaning as in the Privacy Act.
(e)    "Company", "ifm efector", "ifm efector" and "ifm efector Australia" means ifm efector Pty Ltd (ABN 48 083 423 938).
(f)    "e-Shop" means an online shopping website owned and operated by the Company in which a User or Purchaser may acquire Goods from the Company via the internet.
(g)    "FAQs" mean the FAQs (or frequency asked questions) published and located on the e-Shop website from time to time.
(h)    "Goods" means items quoted and any goods, equipment, inventory, accessories, parts, services or tools published at the Company's website (including at e-Shop) and/or as otherwise supplied by the Company to the Purchaser.
(i)    "GST" has the same meaning as under the GST Law and means the Goods and Services Tax imposed under the GST law.
(j)    "Intellectual Property Rights" means any intellectual or industrial property, including without limitation, any patent, trade mark or service mark, copyright, registered design, trade secret or confidential information or any licence or other right to use or to grant the use of any of the foregoing or to be the registered proprietor or user of any of the foregoing (whether registered or unregistered).
(k)    "Order" means any order placed by the Purchaser with the Company for Goods, including an order place online via e-Shop.
(l)    "Personal Information" has the same meaning as in the Privacy Act.
(m)    "PPSA" means the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) and the terms “attaches”, “collateral”, “proceeds” “purchase money security interest” and “security interest” have the meanings given to them in the PPSA, and “perfection” and “perfecting” have a meaning corresponding with the definition of “perfected” in the PPSA.
(n)    "Privacy Act” means the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and any other laws, codes or principles and any amendments thereto that deal with privacy or the collection,  use and disclosure of Personal Information.
(o)    "Privacy Policy" means the privacy policy of the Company as amended from time to time.
(p)    "Privacy Officer" means the person(s) within the Company responsible for privacy related matters.
(q)    "Purchaser" means the person to whom any quotation is made and includes any person acquiring Goods from the Company, including via e-Shop.

(r)    "Purchaser’s Personal Information":
(i)    if the Purchaser is an individual, means the Personal Information relating to that individual; or
(ii)    if the Purchaser is a body corporate, means the Personal Information relating to relevant individuals employed by or connected to the Purchaser.

(s)    "Terms" means these Terms and Conditions of Sale.
(t)    "User" means a user of e-Shop.

(u)    In the interpretation of the Agreement unless the contrary intention appears:
(i)    headings are for convenience only and do not affect the interpretation of the Agreement;
(ii)    the words 'includes' or 'including' will not limit whatever follows;
(iii)    a reference to a person includes a reference to a corporation, firm, association or other entity, and vice versa; the singular includes the plural and vice versa; a reference to any gender includes a reference to all other genders;
(iv)    a reference to any legislation includes a reference to any modification or re-enactment; and
(v)    where an expression is defined, another part of speech or grammatical form of that expression has a corresponding meaning
(vi)    A reference to the Company or the Purchaser includes any person acting for or on behalf of the Company or the Purchaser, including its directors, officers, agents, employees or contractors.

2.    Acceptance of Agreement

(a)    Any quotation made by the Company is not an offer to sell goods or to provide services.
(b)    Without limiting the way in which the Purchaser may become bound by the Agreement, the Purchaser will become bound by the Agreement by placing an Order with the Company for the supply of Goods.
(c)    Where more than one Purchaser has entered into the Agreement, the Purchasers shall be jointly and severally liable for their obligations under the Agreement.

3.    Order

(a)    The Purchaser acknowledges that once an order has been placed, the Company is under no obligation to accept any variation to that Order requested by the Purchaser. If the Company does accept a variation to an Order, the Purchaser acknowledges and agrees that the Company may vary the delivery date for the Goods and the price as a result of that variation.
(b)    No cancellation of an order will be accepted after delivery of the goods or after seven (7) days from the date shown on the Purchaser's order, whichever occurs earlier unless agreed to in writing by the Company.
(c)    Any agreement to cancel or vary a Quotation or an order pursuant to clause 3(b) shall be subject to the Company being compensated for any costs incurred with respect to the order prior to the cancellation or variation.
(d)    Any Order for customised Goods or Goods which must be specially sourced by the Company for the Purchaser (not regular stock) cannot be cancelled once the production or sourcing of these Goods has commenced.
(e)    The Company may in its sole discretion refuse to supply any Order for any reason whatsoever.
(f)    Each order placed by the Purchaser shall be a representation to the Company that the Purchaser is solvent and able to pay the Company's accounts as and when they are due.
(g)    A Purchaser’s order placed with reference to a quotation provided by the Company will not bind the Company until the Company accepts the Purchaser's order which will be evidenced by the supply of Goods and services by the Company to the Purchaser or by the commencement of supply of Goods or the provision of services. The Company reserves the right to refuse at its absolute discretion any order based on a quotation within seven (7) days after the Order is received and at any time to refuse to accept or proceed with any Order should the Purchaser's trade or financial reference be unsatisfactory to the Company.

4.    Prices

(a)    Any quotation made by the Company will remain valid for a period of thirty (30) days from the date on which it was made.
(b)    Any quotation made by the Company is indicative and approximate only and the Company is not bound by that quotation.
(c)    The prices for the supply of any Goods or services will be the price charged by the Company at the date of delivery plus the amount which the Company is required to pay on account of (as applicable) freight, transportation, exchange, insurance premiums and any customs duties, excise, taxes or charges which may be levied by any governmental authority (domestic or foreign). Unless otherwise agreed in writing, in the event of any increase in these rates or in the price of the Goods quoted to us by our suppliers before acceptance of an Order or prior to delivery of the Goods to the Purchaser then the cost to the Company entailed by such increase will be added to the purchase price and be payable by the Purchaser.

5.    Description

(a)    To the maximum extent permitted by law:
(i)    Any representation, promise, statement or description made by or on behalf of the Company is expressly excluded and the Purchaser acknowledges that it has relied solely upon its own inspection, skill and judgement to place the Order for the supply of Goods or services from the Company.
(ii)    All photographs, weights, illustrations, dimensions and any other particulars given in or accompanying a quotation or contained in descriptive literature provided by or on behalf of the Company, including as displayed at e-Shop, are approximate only and given by way of identification only. The use of such material will not constitute a sale by description between the Company and the Purchaser and any deviations from such material will not vitiate this Agreement or entitle the Purchaser to make any claim made against the Company.
(iii)    Clerical errors are subject to correction at any time.
(iv)    The Purchaser warrants to the Company that any Goods manufactured, constructed or supplied by the Company which are based in whole or in part upon designs, drawings or specifications supplied to the Company by or on behalf of the Purchaser will not infringe any third party’s Intellectual Property Rights. The Purchaser irrevocably and unconditionally agrees to indemnify and keep indemnified the Company from and against any loss, damage, expense, cost or other liability suffered or incurred by the Company arising out of any allegation by a third party that the designs, drawings or specification supplied to the Company by or on behalf of the Purchaser infringes its Intellectual Property Rights.

6.    Terms of Payment

(a)    Payment for invoiced amounts is to be made in full within thirty (30) days following month of invoicing (unless otherwise agreed to in writing).
(b)    All payments will be made by direct debit, electronic funds transfer, cash, credit card, company cheque or bank cheque.
(c)    Any agreement by the Company to extend the terms of credit or other indulgence granted to the Purchaser shall not affect the Purchaser's liability to account to the Company.

(d)    If the Purchaser defaults in making payment in accordance with these Terms, the Company may in its absolute discretion and without notice:
(i)    charge the Purchaser compound interest calculated on that portion of the Purchaser's account overdue at two per cent (2%) above the penalty rate fixed under the Penalty Interest Rates Act 1983 (Vic) from time to time, calculated and payable daily from the due date until the date on which the invoice is paid in full; and
(ii)    require the Purchaser to reimburse the Company for all collection costs including (but not limited to) legal costs incurred by the Company, calculated on a solicitor and client basis, as a consequence of the Company instructing its solicitor to provide advice to it in connection with the default and/or to institute such recovery process as the Company in its absolute discretion decides and any other costs, expenses, losses or damages arising out of a breach of the Agreement.

(e)    Unless specifically agreed by the Company in writing before dispatch of Goods, no deduction is to be made from payment for any reason including without limitation retention monies to guarantee performance of a contract.

7.    Credit Information

(a)    The Purchaser and any User irrevocably authorises the Company, its servants and agents to make such enquiries as it deems necessary to investigate the credit worthiness of the Purchaser and/or its directors from time to time including the making of enquiries with persons nominated as trade references, the bankers of the Purchaser, any other credit provider or a credit reporting agency (hereinafter called "the Information Sources").

(b)    To the fullest extent permitted by the relevant privacy laws, the Purchaser:
(i)    authorises the Information Sources to disclose to the Company such information concerning the Purchaser which is within their possession and which is required by the Company; and
(ii)    agrees that the information provided on any credit application signed by the Purchaser concerning the Purchaser may be disclosed by the Company to a credit reporting agency or any other interested person.

(c)    The Purchaser acknowledges that any credit application approved by the Company for the Purchaser related to trading between the Company and the Purchaser is granted by the Company on the basis of its reliance on information supplied by and representations made on behalf of the Purchaser and, in particular, on the information disclosed by the Purchaser in relation to the ownership of the Purchaser.
(d)    Any credit facility granted by the Company to the Purchaser shall continue until terminated by the Company at its sole discretion. Termination by the Company of any credit facility shall be either verbal or in writing.

8.    Acceptance and Delivery

(a)    Unless otherwise specified by the Company in writing, the point of delivery of the Goods will be at the Purchaser's premises.
(b)    The Purchaser must inspect the Goods immediately on the arrival and must notify the Company in writing within seven (7) days from the date of delivery of any Goods alleged not to be in accordance with these Terms. If the Purchaser fails to give such notice, the goods will be deemed to be in all respects in accordance with these Terms and the Purchaser must accept and pay for the Goods.
(c)    Insurance, packaging & freight handling (IPH) will be charged to the Purchaser.
(d)    A delivery docket, certificate or equivalent signed by a representative of the Purchaser shall be conclusive evidence of delivery of the Goods.
(e)    The Company may resell any Goods not taken by the Purchaser within seven (7) days from the date of delivery and at its option deem the contract repudiated or by subsequently substituting other goods treat the contract as subsisting.

9.    Delay in Delivery and Force Majeure

(a)    The time of delivery in any quotation represents the time at which the goods are to be ready for despatch from the Company's premises and the Company is to be allowed the further time necessary to cover transit points of delivery. The Company does not accept orders under penalty for late delivery.
(b)    Delivery and availability dates are estimates and approximate only and although the Company will make all reasonable efforts to maintain these estimates the Company will not be liable in any way should delivery not be made on the estimated deliver and availability dates .
(c)    If the Company does not receive forwarding instructions sufficient to enable it to dispatch the Goods within fourteen (14) days of the Company notifying the Purchaser that the Goods are ready, the Company will be entitled to issue an invoice for the full purchase price from that date and the Purchaser will be liable for storage charges payable monthly on written demand. The Purchaser acknowledges that any such storage will be at the Purchaser’s risk.
(d)    If for any cause beyond the Company's control, including but without limitation, any act of God, war, strike, lock out, industrial dispute, governmental or semi- governmental award, enactment, priority or restriction, fire, flood, storm or tempest, delay in obtaining licences, transport, labour, or materials, accidents, damage to the Company's works or business of those of its suppliers, the Company is prevented from delivering Goods at the time stipulated or performing an obligation under these Terms, the Company will be entitled at its option either to extend the time for delivery or performance for a reasonable period or to rescind the contract and the Purchaser will not have any claim for damages of whatsoever nature and must pay to the Company the cost for all Goods delivered and/or services performed prior to the date of such rescission including all expenses incurred and monies paid by the Company in connection with the contract without set-off or deduction.

10.    Title and Risk

(a)    Title to the Goods to be delivered will not pass to the Purchaser until payment in full for those Goods (together with any other money owing by the Purchaser to the Company) is received by the Company.
(b)    Until payment is made in accordance with clause 10(a), any Goods in the Purchaser's possession will be held as bailee and the Purchaser shall not create or allow to be created any security interest as defined by PPSA or any other form of encumbrance over the Goods.
(c)    Notwithstanding that the title to the Goods has not passed to the Purchaser, all Goods will be at the Purchaser’s risk upon delivery and the Purchaser will hold the Company indemnified against any claim, liability, damage or injury of whatsoever nature relating to the goods until payment is made in accordance with clause 10(a).

(d)    Until the goods are paid for in full, the Purchaser:
(i)    must protect and insure the Goods;
(ii)    must separately store the Goods and clearly mark the Goods as being the property of the Company; and
(iii)    may sell the Goods in the ordinary course of business, but only in its capacity as fiduciary agent of the Company. All proceeds received directly or indirectly from any dealing with the goods are held by the Purchaser on trust for the Company until the Purchaser’s liability to the Company is fully discharged.

(e)    The Purchaser irrevocably authorises and licenses the Company to enter any premises owned or occupied by the Purchaser, or any other place where goods are stored, to inspect or repossess Goods in accordance with these Terms.

11.    PPSA

(a)    The Purchaser acknowledges that The Company has, under these Terms, security interests in the Goods until title in the goods passes to the Purchaser in accordance with clause 10, subject to the PPSA. Each such security interest secures payment by the Purchaser of all amounts owing from time to time by the Purchaser to the Company, whether on account of the supply of Goods or otherwise. To avoid any doubt, each such security interest attaches to the proceeds of collateral constituted by the Goods, notwithstanding that the Purchaser may have dealt in any way with the goods (including by selling as expressly permitted under clause 10(d)(iii))
(b)    Each security interest arising under these Terms attaches to Goods when the Purchaser obtains possession of the Goods. The Company and the Purchaser acknowledge that they have not agreed that any such security interest attaches at any later time.

(c)    The Purchaser agrees to implement, maintain and comply in all material respects with, procedures for the perfection of each security interest arising under these terms and conditions under the PPSA, including taking all steps necessary:
(i)    for the Company to obtain the highest ranking priority possible in respect of each such security interest (such as perfecting a purchase money security interest); and
(ii)    to reduce as far as possible the risk of a third party acquiring an interest free of the Company's security interests in the Goods.

(d)    Any time the Purchaser makes a payment to the Company, irrespective of whether the payment is made under or in connection with Goods or otherwise under these Terms, the Company may apply that payment:
(i)    first, to satisfy any obligation that is not secured;
(ii)    second, to satisfy an obligation that is secured, but not by a purchase money security interest; and
(iii)    third, to satisfy an obligation that is secured by a purchase money security interest for that obligation and using proceeds from the sale of the collateral subject to that purchase money security interest; and
(iv)    fourth, to satisfy an obligation that is secured by a purchase money security interest using funds or proceeds from any source; or, despite the foregoing, in any manner the Company sees fit.

(e)    If chapter 4 of the PPSA would otherwise apply to the enforcement of a security interest arising under these Terms, the Purchaser agrees that following provisions of the PPSA will not apply to the enforcement of that security interest: Sections 95 (to the extent that it requires The Company to give a notice to the Purchaser), 120, 121(4), 125, 128, 130 (to the extent that it requires the Company to give a notice to the Purchaser), 132(3)(d), 132(4), 135, 142 and 143.

(f)    Without limiting the operation of clause (e):
(i)    The Company need not give any notice under the PPSA (including a notice of verification statement) unless the notice is required by the PPSA and cannot be excluded; and
(ii)    if The Company is required to give a notice to the Purchaser under the PPSA, and the Purchaser may, under the PPSA, waive the Purchaser's right to receive that notice, then the Purchaser hereby waives that right.

12.    Return of Goods

(a)    To the maximum extent permitted by law, it is a condition of sale of the Goods  that the Company may elect to, but is not otherwise obligated to accept in any case, the return of Goods for credit. The following conditions relating to the return of Goods for credit apply to all Goods returned with the approval of the Company:
(i)    Prior arrangements must be made for all goods to be returned for any reason. Authorisation must be obtained from the Company in the form of a Goods Return Authorisation (GRA) number issued by the Company.
(ii)    The Purchaser’s request for credit or other documentation accompanying the goods must quote the GRA number, the original invoice number and the date on which the Goods were supplied.
(iii)    Goods not accompanied by a GRA number and or proof of purchase will not be accepted and will be returned to the Purchaser with freight charged to the Purchaser.
(iv)    Goods returned must be in a clean and sterile condition.
(v)    Where Goods were originally supplied in a special manufacturer’s carton, any return must be made in that original carton and the Goods must be in their original and unmarked condition, complete with any instruction  sheets supplied.
(vi)    Outward and inward freight and transport charges are the responsibility of the Purchaser. If not prepaid by the Purchaser, freight will be deducted from the amount of credit.

(vii)    The following goods cannot be returned for credit under any condition:
a.    any merchandise specially or custom made, including items cut to length;
b.    any goods made, or purchased to a firm and irrevocable order;
c.    any goods altered or damaged by the Purchaser;
d.    any goods specifically purchased for the customer(non stock items);
e.    any goods held as ”indent” items for the customer;
f.    any goods that have been exposed to hazardous materials and substances, dangerous chemicals, poisons, waste material, pesticides, pollutants (whether airborne or engaged by touch), viruses, germs, diseases, blood, bodily fluids or any other dangerous matter; or
g.    any goods having an invoice value of ten dollars or less.

(viii)    In respect of Goods delivered to metropolitan and Country areas:
a.    A restocking fee will be charged as follows:
I    1-20 days from date of despatch -base restocking fee of $50;
II    21-30 days from date of despatch – base restocking fee of $50 plus 2% of the invoiced value of the returned goods;
III    31-60 days from date of despatch – base restocking fee of $50 plus 6% of the invoiced value of the returned goods;
IV    61-90 days from date of despatch – base restocking fee of $50 plus 8% of the invoiced value of the returned goods;
V    91 days – 6 months from date of despatch – base restocking fee of $50 plus 10% of the invoiced value of the returned goods;

b.    No items will be accepted for return after six (6) months from date of despatch.
c.    No responsibility will be accepted for any delays in passing credit caused by Goods being incorrectly branded or returned without adequate identification of both sender and goods returned.

(b)    Nothing in this clause 12 affects the statutory obligations of the Company (and corresponding rights of the buyer) which may not be lawfully excluded.

13.    Intellectual Property Rights

The parties acknowledge and agree that all Intellectual Property Rights developed by the Company and embodied in or used in connection with the manufacture of the Goods or which may be developed by the Company in connection with the manufacture of the Goods will be and remains the property of the Company.

14.    Limitation of Liability

(a)    To the maximum extent permitted by law, the Company excludes its liability (including, but not limited to, liability in tort, contract and for breach of statute) to the Purchaser or any other person for:
(i)    any loss or damage consequential or otherwise (whether contractual, tortious, statutory or otherwise) for any special, incidental, indirect or consequential damages or injury including, but not limited to, any loss of profits, contracts, or revenue arising out of or in connection with the provision of the Goods and whether as a result of any breach, default, negligence or otherwise by the Company suffered or incurred by the Purchaser or any other person in relation to the Goods; and
(ii)    in particular, but without limiting clause , any loss or damage consequential or otherwise suffered or incurred by the Purchaser or any other person caused by or resulting directly from any failure, defect or deficiency of any kind of or in the Goods.

15.    e-Shop

(a)    By registering with e-Shop and/or by using the e-Shop services, a User acknowledges and agrees that:
(i)    these Terms and the FAQs form part of any Agreement between it and the Company that may be entered into as a consequence; and
(ii)    to the extent of any inconsistency between these Terms and the FAQs, these Terms prevail to the extent of any such inconsistency.

(b)    When using the e-Shop services, a User:
(i)    warrants that it is able to form a legally binding arrangement with the Company and is, in the case of an individual, 18 years or older;
(ii)    shall not post false, inaccurate, misleading or inappropriate content (including Personal Information);
(iii)    shall not distribute viruses or other technologies (intentionally or otherwise) that may harm e-Shop;
(iv)    shall not copy, modify or distribute rights or content from e-Shop, including all Intellectual Property Rights owned or licensed to the Company.

(c)    The Company reserves all rights to, at any time and for any reason, suspend, prohibit access to, or terminate a User's account with e-Shop.
(d)    The Company may, at any time, cancel a User's account that has been inactive for a reasonable period of time, to be determined by the Company in its absolute discretion.
(e)    Without limiting anything contained in this clause 15, all pricing quoted on e-Shop is in Australian dollars. As a Purchaser utilising e-Shop services, all fees and applicable taxes payable with respect to all purchases made are subject to these Terms.
(f)    While the Company will make all reasonable efforts to ensure e-Shop, and the services provided within e-Shop, operates within a safe trading environment, a User accepts that there are risks when trading online. A User shall not hold the Company responsible for any loss or damage, including any consequential loss and damage, that may arise as a consequence of its use of e-Shop and the e-Shop services.
(g)    A User acknowledges and accepts that, on occasion, due to operational, maintenance related, internet related or other reasons, e-Shop may be suspended or disrupted. A User shall not hold the Company responsible for any loss or damage, including any consequential loss and damage, that may arise as a consequence of such suspension or disruption.
(h)    e-Shop, the Company's website and their contents are subject to copyright which is owned or licensed to the Company. A User may not use any Intellectual Property Rights displayed therein.
(i)    The Company does not warrant the accuracy or completeness of any information contained within e-Shop or the Company's website and excludes all liability for loss or damage arising from any errors or omissions that may exist, or a User's use of e-Shop or the Company's website.
(j)    By use of e-Shop or the Company's website, the Company is released to the fullest extent permitted by law from any and all claims arising out of or related to the use of material or information made available through e-Shop or the Company's website.
(k)    Prices listed on e-Shop or the Company's website relating to Goods displayed site may not be current or complete. The Company makes no representation that the Goods displayed are currently available.

16.    Warranties

(a)    The Company warrants to the Purchaser that instruments and accessories supplied by it will be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of 60 months from the original date of purchase of the product. The warranty will  include the repair or replacement of a defective product or the provision of credit. The benefits provided by this warranty are in addition to other rights and remedies which a Purchaser may have under a law in relation to the product to which this warranty relates.
(b)    The Goods come with guarantees that, if covered by the ACL, cannot be excluded under the ACL. A Purchaser may be entitled to a replacement or refund for  a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. A Purchaser may be entitled to have the Goods repaired or replaced  if the Goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
(c)    If the Purchaser is a consumer as defined in the ACL nothing in this warranty restricts, limits or modifies the Purchaser's rights or remedies against the Company for failure of a statutory guarantee under the ACL and specifically the statement in 15(b) is made in accordance with section 102 of the ACL and only applies if the Purchaser acquires goods from the Company as a Consumer according to the ACL.

(d)    If clause 15(c) does not apply, any liability under this warranty  is  expressly limited at the sole discretion of the Company to:
(i)    if relating to Goods, to the replacement of the Goods, the supply of equivalent Goods, the repair of the Goods, payment of the cost of having the goods repaired or replaced or provision of credit; and
(ii)    if relating to services, the re-supply of the services, or payment of the cost of having the services supplied again.

(e)    The warranty does not cover:
(i)    electronic tubes and components, illumination sources, items wholly or partly of glass, silica or ceramic material, thermocouples, batteries, electrical elements and reconditioned replacement parts, such as exchange circuit boards;
(ii)    faults caused by unsuitable or use other than in accordance with instructions or directions provided by the manufacturer or the Company;
(iii)    faults caused by incorrect installation, misuse, abuse, unauthorised modification, normal wear and tear and inadequate or complete lack of maintenance;
(iv)    negligence or malpractice by the user; or
(v)    loss or theft, nor does coverage extend to damage caused by improper storage conditions, or natural disasters.

(f)    During the warranty period, defective products will be repaired, replaced or credit will be provided if:
(i)    the Purchaser has contacted the Company, notified the Company in writing of the alleged default and obtained a Goods Return Authorisation (GRA) number; and
(ii)    the original product is returned to the Company in its original packaging at the below address, together with a dated proof of purchase, the GRA number and details of the Purchaser's return address.

(g)    The cost of freight of a defective product to and from the Company or any other such expense is the Purchaser's responsibility. If the freight is not prepaid the cost of the freight shall be deducted from the amount of credit.
(h)    All queries relating to warranties should be made using one of the following methods:
Address: Suite 3, 745 Springvale Road, Mulgrave, Victoria 3170
Phone: 1300 365 088
Fax: 1300 365 070
Email: sales.au@ifm.com
Website: www.ifm.com/au

17.    Privacy

The Purchaser acknowledges and agrees that:

(a)    The Company collects and will use and disclose the Purchaser’s Personal Information for the primary purpose of supplying the Order to the Purchaser and for the secondary purposes of marketing to the Purchaser about other products and services that may be offered by the Company from time to time and for other purposes specified in the Privacy Policy;
(b)    Without the Purchaser’s Personal Information, the Company may be unable to supply the Order to the Purchaser;
(c)    The Purchaser’s Personal Information may be disclosed to other organisations where required to facilitate the purposes specified in sub-clause (a) above, including its parent company in Germany;
(d)    The Privacy Policy contains information about how the Purchaser may access the Purchaser’s Personal Information held by the Company and information about how to seek correction of such information if necessary. The Privacy Policy also contains information about how the Purchaser may complain about a breach of the APPs, and how the Company will deal with such a complaint; and
(e)    The Privacy Policy can be viewed without charge at www.ifm.com/au/en/au/terms-of-service or contact the Company’s Privacy Officer on 03 8561 0518 to be sent or emailed a copy.

18.    General

(a)    These Terms shall apply to each and every order or request from a Purchaser for the Company's Goods.
(b)    If these Terms, which can be varied, modified or rescinded by the Company at ant time, differ in any respect from the Purchaser's Order or the Company's acceptance or confirmation of the Purchaser’s Order, then these Terms will prevail to the extent of the inconsistency.
(c)    No agency, partnership, joint venture or independent contractor relationship is intended or created by these Terms.
(d)    Waiver of any of the Company’s rights arising from a beach of these Terms by the Purchaser must be in writing and signed by the Company. A failure or delay in exercise by the Company of a right conferred by these Terms does not result in a waiver of that right.
(e)    No agent or employee of the Company has the authority to waive or vary these Terms unless the company approves such waiver or variation in writing.
(f)    Neither these Terms nor any part of it is to be construed against a party on the basis that the party or its lawyers were responsible for its drafting.
(g)    GST if and when applicable is an extra charge for the Purchaser's account. If not applicable, a GST exemption certificate must be signed by the Purchaser and accompany the Purchaser's official order.
(h)    If by any reason of any legislation, regulation, government action or other cause beyond the Company's control any charge import duty or expenditure of any kind which is not at present chargeable or applicable, is imposed, becomes payable or applicable, or is incurred upon, to, or in respect of the Goods hereby sold, such additional cost will be added to the purchase price and payable by the Purchaser.
(i)    The laws applicable in the State of Victoria, Australia govern these Terms. The parties submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the State of Victoria, Australia and any courts competent to hear appeals from those courts.
(j)    Any provision of these Terms which is void, illegal or unenforceable in any jurisdiction does not affect the validity, legality or enforceability of that provision in any other jurisdiction or of the remainder of these Terms which will continue to operate in full force and effect in that or any other jurisdiction.