We bill on a net 30 days payment terms.
• Receiving & Storage invoices are billed upon receipt of the inventory and monthly thereafter
• Distribution invoices are billed monthly on the 1st Thursday of the month for the prior month
• Outstanding invoices over 30 days incur 1.5% interest monthly
• Mixed pallet transfers into Direct Tap may incur an added labour charge depending on complexity of breakdown. Please ship mixed pallets with a skid between SkU’s
STANDARD CONTRACT TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF WAREHOUSE “We take con dentiality very serious. All information pertaining to our partner liquor manufacturers is kept as strictly “”Con dential Information””.The term “Con dential Information” means information which is of a non-public, proprietary or con dential nature to the disclosing partner (liquor manufacturer), its subsidiaries or af liates, or to any third parties to whom the disclosing partner owes a duty of con dentiality, including, but not limited to, all reports and analyses, forecasts, pricing, customers, inventory, nancial or contractual information, or other written or oral information regarding the disclosing part and its af liates. “
BASIS OF CHARGES
A fraction of a month shall be reckoned as a full storage month. CONTRACT
Subject always to legislation in force governing warehouse receipts in the province where the goods covered by this Receipt are stored, this Receipt including the Terms and Conditions hereinafter set out, when delivered or mailed to the owner or depositor of the goods at his address last known to the warehouseman, shall constitute the contract between the owner or depositor and the warehouseman; provided that the owner or depositor may within twenty days after such delivery or mailing, notify the warehouseman in writing that he does not accept the contract and forewith thereafter shall pay the warehouseman’s lien for charges and remove the goods. If such notice be not given then this Receipt constitutes the contract.
All advances and charges are due and payable prior to delivery or transfer of the stored goods under provision of the Warehouseman’s lien Act. The ware- houseman shall have a lien upon and security interest in all goods of storer at any time heretofore and hereafter deposited by storer in any warehouse owned or operated by the warehouseman. Such lien and security interest shall be for all charges, advances and expenses in relation to such goods of storer inducing without limitation, damage caused by such goods, whether or not heretofore released from the warehouse. In the event of nonpayment of any such amounts, the warehouseman has the right, after reasonable notice, to sell or other wise dispose of the goods in any manner he may think t to satisfy his lien.
BASIS OF CHARGES
Any charge made with respect to the goods covered by this receipt shall con- form to the warehouseman’s quotation and/or tariff in effect at the conform to the warehouseman’s quotation and/or tariff in effect at the time the service is performed. Storage rates are per calendar month or part thereof unless otherwise.
PHYSICAL TRANSFER OF GOODS
No physical transfer of the goods covered by this Receipt involving a change in the class or storage or the storage rate or the insurance rate shall be made except under written agreement signed by the holder of this Receipt or other person having an interest in said goods and when required after surrender of this Receipt for endorsation thereof of such changes in the rate of storage.
ACCESS AND INSPECTION
The storer may, subject to the warehouseman’s security and insurance regulations and other reasonable limitations, have access to the goods at any reasonable time, provided the storer or his authorized representative is accompanied by an employee of the warehouseman, whose time may be, at the discretion of the warehouseman, and additional charge to storer.
HAZARDOUS AND POLLUTING GOODS
Hazardous or polluting goods means any substance, product, material or good whether gaseous, liquid or solid which is hazardous, dangerous to or capable of injuring or interfering with human, animal or plant life, or the environment and, in particular, includes any substance, product material, waste or good that is de ned as a waste, toxic substance, and hazardous substance, pol- luting substance, special waste or dangerous good in or pursuant to any law, regulation, guideline or order of any authority of competent jurisdiction. Hazardous or polluting goods shall not be delivered to the warehouse unless the warehouseman has previous agreed in writing to accept such hazardous or polluting goods. Storer shall indemnify and save warehouseman harmless from and against any and all direct and indirect claims, actions, damages, liabilities against any and all direct and indirect claims, actions, damages, liabilities and expenses in connection with loss of life, personal injury or damaged property resulting by any means whatsoever from such goods. Warehouseman shall have the right to require the removal from it’s premises or the return to storer of any goods or substance, of any kind or description,
Direct Tap & Island Beverage ensures your product is handled with great care and respect, however, breakage is an unfortunate occurrence in this industry and is a cost of doing business. The maximum dollar amount to be reim- bursed to the Customer for “Breakage or Unexplained Shortages” is limited
to the wholesale value per case, pro-rated for any partial cases, not to exceed $100.00 per 9-liter case. Direct Tap & Island Beverage’s liability is not to exceed 50% of the British Columbia retail price (subject to the $100.00
per case maximum). Breakage shall not include any stained or torn labels, damaged foil or packaging that can be replaced. Direct Tap & Island Beverage shall have no liability whatsoever for breakage caused by common carriers, Customer’s employees, or earthquakes. lIABIlITY OF WAREHOUSEmAN
A) The responsibility of the warehouseman is the reasonable care and dili- gence required by the laws of the province where the goods are stored.
B) The quality, condition, contents and value of goods stored are not known
to the warehouseman except as declared and described on the face of the Receipt by the storer.
C) Goods covered by this Receipt are not insured by the warehouseman, unless by prior written arrangements.
D) Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, it is speci cally declared that:
i) All goods are stored at the owner’s risk of loss, damage or delay in delivery caused by or through inaccuracies, obliteration or absence of marks, numbers, address or description, act of God, irresistible force, enemies of the Queen, civil or military authorities, insurrection, riot, strikes, picketing or any other labour trouble, water, steam, sprinkler leakage, oods, rain, wind, storm, re, frost, vermin, heating or corruption, deterioration, drainage, dampness, rust, decay, collapse of the building, inevitable accident, deprecation or perishing by elapse of time, changes in temperature, contact with or odors from other goods, inherent defects, lack of any special care of precaution, industry to articles insuf ciently protected or arising from the nature of the goods, loss in weight, insuf ciently cooperage, boxing, crating or packing, ordinary wear and tear in handling, leakage, concealed damage or any cause beyond the control of the company or failure to detect any of the foregoing. All storage and other applicable charges must be paid on goods stored for an additional time, or lost or damaged by any of the above causes.
ii) The legal liability of the warehouseman shall be strictly limited to the lesser of the monetary amount of the damage incurred or 100 times the monthly storage rate on any one package or stored unit with the contents (or, in cases where the warehouseman’s charges are calculated for other than actual storage, maximum $50.00 per unit) unless the owner speci cally requests a higher limited in writing and declares an excess value, in which case the ware- houseman may, at his option, accept liability and asses an additional charge to the monthly storage or other applicable rate.
E) The warehouseman shall not, in any event be liable for any claim of any time whatsoever with respect to the stored goods unless such claim is pre- sented in writing within a reasonable time, not exceeding 30 days after storer learns of, or, in the exercise of reasonable care, should have learned of the loss, exercise of reasonable care, should have learned of the loss, damage or destruction of said goods. WAIVER – SEVERABIlITY
A) The warehouseman’s failure to insist upon strict compliance with any provi- sion of this Warehouse Receipt shall not constitute a waiver or estoppel to later demand strict compliance thereof and shall not constitute a waiver or estoppel to insist upon strict compliance with all other provisions of this Warehouse Receipt.
B) In the event any section of this Warehouse Receipt or part thereof shall be declared invalid, illegal and unenforceable, the validity legality and enforce- ability of the remaining sections and parts shall not, in any way, be affected or impaired thereby.