Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions

  1. Carne Trade LLP sources a great variety of products from the finest agricultural regions. These include will not be limited to protein and other related products as we do coffee, Vege Oils and other specifically ordered articles from our suppliers. All items specifications meet our customers’ strict requirements and needs accordingly. 
  2. As frozen food wholesalers we don’t do any retail. Our MOQ (Minimum Ordered Quantity) will be one fcl (40’ HCR container 25-28 MT net roughly) or one 40’ reefer trailer (20-21 MT net roughly).
  3. We ensure transit from supplier’s cold storage or producer’s production factory to the port of the final destination, alternatively either to the customer’s warehouse or a bond warehouse indicated by our customers.
  4. We ensure the manufacturer’s transportation requirements are to be met throughout the entire transit of the goods.
  5. Customers independently approach their domestic customs or other authorities to sort out formalities as well as import clearance procedures on either their end or alternatively at the final destination that has been indicated in supporting paperwork.
  6. We are happy to discuss individual delivery terms and payment conditions on that stage when trades are being negotiated. You can advise us your paperwork requirements and we’ll do our best to meet those or alternatively we will be happy to advise the facilities we will be able to put in place which potentially can meet your requirements.
  1. All product info that can be seen in Products catalogue is subject to the final confirmation on the trade negotiation and the subsequent order placement stages. We are able to offer a few specifications for an article which will differ from one another depending on its producer and country of origin. Having those options in pace we are targeting to approach our customers’ requirements.
  2. Our customers are entitled to ensure their own shipping instructions or alternatively accept the instructions provided by Carne Trade LLP. Customers follow the payment instructions advised on Proforma Invoices raised against them. Carne Trade will proceed with shipments or deliveries of goods, provided that customers have secured clear funds on the account of Carne Trade.
  3. Transit of goods stipulated in Proforma Invoice, including ports of departure and destination as well as all transit ports are all not negotiable.
  4. Trade currency once used on Proforma Invoice is not negotiable regardless of the FX market trends in either the Selling or Purchasing parties ends. The above also refers to other sales conditions and to payment terms as well as to delivery terms in particular.
  1. Customers are always liable for payments of the taxes and other duties on their end or at final destination. Carne Trade LLP are responsible of sorting out export formalities provided these are a part of the agreement on Proforma Invoice. Goods shipped upon each trade will be exported and shipped in accordance with the existing legislation of both the goods exporting country and the UK laws as well as in accordance with international trade rules. 
  1. We ensure that the quality, quantity and branding of the shipped goods correspond with terms and conditions specified on Proforma Invoice. It could be the case when local authorities’ regulations in some origins prescribe modification of the labelling. If it’s so, we notify our customers accordingly and ensure the product itself has not been manipulated so that our customers could remain on the safe side being secure they are getting their product in accordance with the order placed.
  2. Delivery and transit time are always subject to final confirmation and are at Seller’s best judgement. Subject to shipping schedules and other external factors beyond the Seller’s control.
  3. Should customer for whatever fail to comply with the terms and conditions of one Proforma Invoice in a range of multiple trades we will do our best to prevent the other orders from being affected for the reason of that failure. However, the final decision is always to the Seller’s discreet.
  4. Seller has been released from any liability to Buyer or any thirds party whatsoever in case of subsequent sales of goods after the contractual liabilities of Seller have been terminated. Therefore, Seller shall not be liable for any indirect, incidental, punitive damages or damages of any other nature which may include but will not be limited to loss of business, loss of profit and additional losses, devaluation of brands and etc. Buyer has assumed all risks arising from any subsequent sales or processing of goods.
  5. In case of nonconformity of goods Seller has committed to offer commercial settlement where the settlement amount shall be reasonable and based on the market prices were available at the time of goods have been shipped. Seller has committed to offer Buyer settlement in subsequent shipments and in reasonable proportions only unless different has been agreed.
  6. In the event of alleged non-conformity of goods Buyer shall inform the Seller on short notice of that alleged non-conformity (within two days since the goods have been cleared for import at destination). Buyer shall report the details of the alleged non-conformity which must include evidences and proofs. Should Buyer fail to deliver these and other details to Seller goods should be deemed as conforming. No alleged claim can prevent Seller from conducting payments in a way where the remitted amount will be short in comparison to the amount initially indicated on Proforma Invoice.
  7. In the event when a trade has been closed as multiple shipment trade, then the contractual volume of goods shall be divided by a number of shipments. Payment terms will then explain that prepayment regardless of its amount has to be made as one transaction that would be equal to the entire cost of that trade. All balances are payable later upon each shipment has been complete. The timescale for the balances shall be indicated individually for every trade in accordance to the agreement reached between parties.
  8. In the event of force-majeure circumstances, namely: Fire, Acts of Lord, blockade, military actions, export or import embargo and if the f/m circumstances had directly affected the Contract implementation, the period of execution of obligations is automatically extended pro rata period of f/m circumstances and their consequences. In the event the period of f/m circumstances lasts over 6 months, either Party has a right to suspend executions of the contractual obligations hereto but neither Party is obliged to request for compensation of losses borne. The Party failing to implement its contractual obligations hereto should immediately notify the other Party on the f/m circumstances, obstructing to implement the contractual obligations. Such a notification should be proved by the Industry & Commerce Chamber of the notifying country. The irregular notification on f/m circumstances will deprive a corresponding Party a right to refer to them in future. A Certificate issued by the ICC of the Seller’s or the Buyer’s country in the event of f/m circumstances will be an adequate proof for availability, validity and duration of such circumstances.
  9. Seller right to raise default remain indisputable in the following circumstances:
    • Buyer fails to provide shipping instructions in timely manner.
    • In the event of multiple shipments trade deal Buyer fails to book contracted goods for shipment in timely manner.
    • Buyer fails to remit Deposit as explained above.
    • Buyer fails to remit Balance as explained in Proforma Invoice.
    • Should Buyer fail to follow the above commitments it enables Seller treating such a non-fulfilment of trade either in full or partly in accordance to Sellers discreet: (a) cancel the entire trade, (b) seize the trade progressing as to the portion thereof in default or as to any unshipped balance, or both, and/or (c) resell, after ten (5) days notice to the Buyer, any of the goods which have been shipped and which the Buyer has wrongfully failed or refused to accept or pay in full. Buyer then shall be liable of arranging repayment of the difference that will arise between quoted price in Proforma Invoice and revised quote obtained on the resale if the latter be less than the initial.
  10. Trades’ Terms and Conditions are binding for all parties and are aimed to ensure both Buyer and Seller shall solely benefit from those trades. No third-party profit or loss shall be taken in any consideration. Any trade remains effective until accomplished unless otherwise has been agreed by the both parties.
  11. Seller has been entitled at their own discreet alter, amend or cancel any article in their Terms and Conditions without any prior notice to Buyers in relation to these amendments or cancelations.
  12. These terms and Conditions have been designed in the English language. Therefore, the English language shall prevail in any disputes. Terms and Conditions are governed by the UK law only. Any dispute can be brought forward once and the time is limited for up to one year. Should Buyer fail to provide sufficient proofs and evidence to ensure their position in a dispute as said above, then that dispute shall be voided.

ALL PAYMNETS MUST BE REMITTED STRICTLY AS FOLLOWS UNLESS OTHERWISE HAS BEEN AGREED:

Beneficiary: CARNE TRADE LLP

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Address: 150 ALDERSGATE STREET, LONDON EC1A 4AB, UNITED KINGDOM

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