In these Terms unless the context requires otherwise:
Freightmore Transport means Freightmore Transport PTY LTD
Consumer Guarantees means the consumer guarantees contained in the Australian Consumer Law, which is contained
in Schedule 2 of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010
Contract means a contract arising in accordance with clause 2
Customer means the Customer described in the Purchase Order
Deposit means the Deposit described in the Purchase Order
Goods means any Trailer or any part of the Trailer or any other goods supplied to the Customer by Freightmore
Invoice means a tax invoice issued by Freightmore Transport to the Customer specifying the Price and any ancillary
costs payable by the Customer to Freightmore Transport for the Goods
Price means the price payable in respect of the Goods, as specified in the Purchase Order or Invoice or both
Purchase Order means a Purchase Order submitted by the Customer to Freightmore Transport for the purchase of
Quotation means a quote submitted by Freightmore Transport to the Customer specifying the Price
Terms means these Terms and Conditions of sale
Warranty means the manufacturer’s warranty, a copy of which is available on the Freightmore Transport website
The customer agrees and acknowledges that:
The customer agrees and acknowledges that:
2.1. These Terms apply to the sale of Goods from Freightmore Transport to the Customer to the exclusion of all other
terms and conditions of the Customer.
2.2. Freightmore Transport will not supply Goods to the Customer on any other terms or conditions.
2.3. The Customer is deemed to have agreed to these Terms upon signing any contract (including a Purchase Order)
or agreement with Freightmore Transport or by taking delivery of the Goods supplied by Freightmore Transport.
2.4. Upon Freightmore Transport receiving a Purchase Order a contract arises for the manufacture and supply of
Goods described in the Purchase Order for the Price and on these Terms.
2.5 In the event that a Contract from any Third-Party Sellers such as Agents, Resellers, or Retailers not Trading under
Freightmore Transport cannot be consummated for any reason and as a result the Purchase Order is accepted by and
transferred to Freightmore Transport, such a Contract is not bound by any terms & conditions, offers, or warranty
originally offered by the Third-Party Seller which is not standard to that of Freightmore Transport.
3.1. The Customer must pay the Price in the manner and on the due date set out in the Purchase Order.
3.2. If the Customer fails to make payment of any amount of the Price on the due date, the Customer may be liable to
pay to Freightmore Transport interest on the full amount outstanding at the rate equal to 4% per annum higher than
the prime lending rate of Westpac Banking Corporation as at the date on which the relevant payment is due to be
paid, calculated monthly for the period from the due date until payment is received.
3.3. The Customer may not set off against the Price any amounts due from Freightmore Transport.
4.1. If the Purchase Order includes provision for payment of a Deposit, then
4.1.1. Freightmore Transport is not required to commence work or supply any Goods until the Deposit has been paid
in full; and
4.1.2. The Deposit is immediately released to Freightmore Transport, and the Customer is not entitled to a refund of
5. Deliveries and Force Majeure
5.1. Freightmore Transport will make the goods ready and available for collection by the Customer as specified in the
Purchase Order or the Invoice upon the Customer’s request to Freightmore Transport. The Buyer must make all
arrangements necessary to take delivery of the Goods whenever they are tendered for delivery. Freightmore Transport
is not responsible for any damage to the Goods during delivery.
5.2. Unless specified otherwise in the Purchase Order or the Invoice, delivery and freight charges are not included in
the Price, and are payable by the Customer at the same time as the Price is due to be paid.
5.3. Freightmore Transport will use all reasonable endeavours to comply with the Customer’s particular delivery
requirements. Where changes are made to the Manufacturing processes or specifications of any Goods, however, the
Customer may not cancel the whole or part of an order or claim compensation due to Freightmore Transport’s failure
to comply with its delivery requirements or minor variations to the Goods.
5.4. If for any reason beyond the control of Freightmore Transport, including without limitation, strike, trade dispute,
fire, flood, accident, tempest, death, war declared or undeclared, blockade, governmental or quasi-governmental
restraint, unavailability of Goods, loss or destruction of the Goods, delays in transport or an act of God, an order
cannot be filled at the time required by the Customer or at all, Freightmore Transport is not required to supply the
Goods to the extent and for the period that it is so unable to supply the Goods, and Freightmore Transport is not liable
to the Customer in respect of any inability on its part to perform its obligations.
6.1 The Customer is bound by the Warranty and must promptly notify Freightmore Transport of any defects in the
Goods, and must not perform or cause to be performed any work or repairs without the express permission of
Freightmore Transport in the event of a warranty claim or claim under the Consumer Guarantees.
6.2 Freightmore Transport is not obligated to honour the Warranty Policy for any Goods manufactured by Freightmore
Transport, but purchased through a third-party being an Agent, Reseller, or Retailer. The responsibility of honouring
the Warranty Policy for the full duration to which it is set belongs to the Seller in the Purchase Order. In the event that
the Third-Party Seller ceases trading, the obligation to honour the warranty policy for customers who are still eligible
within the time limits; remains with the original seller.
6.3 Freightmore Transport is not obliged to honour or consummate any warranty claims made by customers who have
not paid the full owing balance on their purchase of Goods, including but not limited to any outstanding balance owed
by the customer arising from: freight of the Goods, extra components supplied or fitted to the Goods, freight of
components relating to the Goods as requested by the customer.
6.4 In the event that the Goods purchased and received by the original Customer in the Purchase Order, have a
transfer of ownership via sale, trade, or any other means, resulting in a new owner of the same Goods, the Goods will
then be deemed as Used. As a result, Freightmore Transport is not required to honour any warranty obligations,
regardless if the Goods are still within an eligible Time Period (12 months from date of delivery of Goods). Warranty is
only eligible to Goods under ownership of the Customer as stated in the Purchase Order.
8. The Customer agrees that it must promptly sign any further documents and provide any further information,which Freightmore Transport may reasonably require to register or deliver the goods.
9.1. Risk in the Goods passes to the Customer upon the Goods being dispatched or collected. The Customer accepts all
risk involved in the use and possession of the Goods.
10. Limitation of Liability
10.1. The Supplier accepts no responsibility and is not liable for any direct or indirect, special or consequential loss or
damage or injury to any person, corporation or other entity in connection with a Contract or the Goods, unless that
loss or damage or injury resulted from Freightmore Transport’s breach of the Consumer Guarantees.
The Customer agrees to indemnify Freightmore Transport against any liability, loss, claim or expense arising from the
Customer’s breach of the Contract or from its use of the Goods including, without limitation, any damages resulting
from negligence, mistake, omission or failure of performance, whether or not resulting from any act of Freightmore
Transport or its agents.
12. Dispute Resolution
12.1. If a dispute arises out of or relating to a Contract (a Dispute), either party may notify the other party of the
nature and particulars of the Dispute, and the parties must, within 7 days of the delivery of such notice, commence
discussions to attempt to resolve the Dispute in good faith, without the necessity of resorting to any formal
12.2. If the Dispute is not resolved within the next 10 days, either party may refer the Dispute to mediation in
accordance with, and subject to, the mediation rules of the Australian Commercial Disputes Centre (ACDC). The
parties agree that they must bear the costs of mediation under this clause 12 equally.
12.3. If neither party refers the dispute to mediation within 24 days of delivery of the initial notice of the Dispute,
either party may commence court proceedings in respect of the Dispute.
13. Intellectual Property
13.1. The Customer acknowledges that no rights to any intellectual property in the Goods (including, without
limitation, patent, trademark, design, copyright or plant breeder’s rights) are transferred to the Customer.
13.2. The Customer must notify Freightmore Transport immediately if the Customer’s use of the Goods results in an
actual or alleged infringement of a third party’s
Intellectual property rights:
13.3. The Customer is solely responsible for any infringement of the intellectual property rights of any third party
resulting from the Customer’s use of the Goods, and the Customer must indemnify Freightmore Transport for any
costs, expenses, damages or liability incurred by Freightmore Transport arising from any such infringement.
Freightmore Transport may sub-contract all or any part of its rights and obligations under any Contract without the
15. Enforcement Expenses and Costs
The Customer agrees that it must pay to Freightmore Transport on demand any expenses, fees and disbursements
incurred by Freightmore Transport in recovering any amount owing to it by the Customer, including any reasonable
debt collection agency fees and legal expenses and any costs incurred by Freightmore Transport in respect of any
order cancelled by the Customer.
The Contract between Freightmore Transport and the Customer is made in the State of South Australia, and the parties agree to submit all disputes arising between them to the courts of such State.
17. Entire Agreement
17.1. Freightmore Transport and the Customer acknowledge that the Contract constitutes the entire agreement between them, and that the only enforceable obligations and liabilities of Freightmore Transport and the Customer in relation to the subject matter of the Contract are contained herein and in the Consumer Guarantees.
17.2. All representations, communications and prior agreements are superseded by these Terms.