These terms and conditions of supply are intended for use in connection with the business-to-business sale and supply of goods. They primarily protect the interests of the supplier over those of the customer, but do also include some customer-friendly clauses.
The core provisions of the terms and conditions define the manner in which the goods will be supplied to or collected by the customer, the time at which ownership of the goods will pass to the customer, charges, payment methods, customer obligations and supplier warranties.
The template comes in two forms, standard and premium. The premium document is more flexible but more complex than the standard document.
The premium terms and conditions contain everything that is in the standard document as well as a set of additional, optional, provisions. Those additional provisions include: (i) confidentiality clauses protecting the information of either or both parties; (ii) controls on publicity relating to the agreement; (iii) an indemnity given by the supplier to the customer; and (iv) more detailed boilerplate clauses.
These terms and conditions should not be used for business-to-consumer contracts.