Terms, Conditions and Cookie Policies

Sales, delivery and payment conditions of PLUS PRINT Limited
PLUS PRINT Limited Website Terms and Conditions of Supply

1. Scope of the Terms and Conditions

1.1. This page (together with the documents expressly referred to on it) tells you (Customer) information about us (PLUS PRINT) and the legal terms and conditions (Terms) on which PLUS PRINT supplies any of the products (Products) listed on the website www.PLUS PRINT.co.uk (Website).

1.2. These Terms will apply to any contracts between PLUS PRINT and Customer for the sale of Products concluded via the Website (Contract) to the exclusion of any other terms that Customer seeks to impose or incorporate, or which may be implied by trade, custom, practice or course of dealing (except where PLUS PRINT has given its prior written consent). For the avoidance of doubt, any replies by PLUS PRINT that reference out to any of Customer’s correspondence which itself makes reference to the Customer’s purchasing terms and conditions shall not have the effect of incorporating such purchasing terms and conditions.

1.3. To the extent there is any inconsistency between the provisions of these Terms and the provisions of any other documents issued by PLUS PRINT which are contained on the Website or otherwise made available to Customer, the provisions of these Terms shall prevail.

1.4. Customer should read these Terms carefully and make sure it understands them before ordering any Products from the Website. Please note that before placing an order, Customer will be asked to agree to these Terms. Customer should print a copy of these Terms for future reference.

1.5. PLUS PRINT may amend these Terms from time to time. Every time Customer wishes to order Products, it should check these Terms to ensure it understands the terms which will apply at that time. These Terms were most recently updated in January 2014.

2. Information about PLUS PRINT

2.1. PLUS PRINT operate the Website. PLUS PRINT Limited is a company registered in England and Wales under company number XXXXXXXX with its registered office at Phoenix House, Albert Road, Long Eaton, Nottingham NG10 1JZ

2.2. To contact PLUS PRINT, please refer to the Contact page http://plusprint-online.co.uk/contact/.

3. How the Contract is formed between PLUS PRINT and Customer

3.1. For the steps Customer needs to take to place an order through the Website, Customer should refer to the Customer Information page [http://plusprint-online.co.uk/contact/].

3.2. Customers will be required to register to use the Website before placing any orders. Customer is advised to read PLUS PRINT’s Terms of Use[http://plusprint-online.co.uk/terms-conditions/ prior to such registration.

3.3. PLUS PRINT’s order process allows Customer to check and amend any errors before submitting an order. Customers should take the time to read and check all orders at each stage of the order process.

3.4. After Customer places an order, Customer will receive an order confirmation from PLUS PRINT with a summary of the order. However, this does not mean that the order has been accepted. PLUS PRINT’s acceptance of the order will take place as described in condition 3.5.

3.5. The Contract between Customer and PLUS PRINT shall only be concluded after the Artwork (defined in condition 5.1 below) has been transmitted by Customer and PLUS PRINT has sent a separate order confirmation via e-mail (Acceptance of Order). PLUS PRINT will send the Confirmation via e-mail within five days after receiving the Artwork.

3.6. The application of the UN Sales Convention on the International Sale of Goods (CISG) shall not apply to the Contract.

4. Status of Customer

4.1. For the purposes of these Terms, Customer shall be deemed to be purchasing as a business if it enters into the Contract, or holds itself out as entering into the Contract, in the course of a business and/or it is purchasing Products which are not of a type ordinarily supplied for private use or consumption.

4.2. If Customer is purchasing as a consumer:

4.2.1. Customer may only purchase Products from the Website if Customer is at least 18 years old; and

4.2.2. Customer has legal rights in relation to any Products that are faulty or not as described. Customer can obtain advice about their legal rights from the Citizens’ Advice Bureau or Trading Standards. Nothing in these Terms will affect these legal rights.

4.3. If Customer is purchasing as a business:

4.3.1. Customer confirms it has the authority to bind any business on whose behalf it uses the Website to purchase Products; and
4.3.2. Customer acknowledges and agrees that these Terms and any document expressly referred to in them constitute the entire agreement between PLUS PRINT and Customer. Customer acknowledges that it has not relied on any statement, promise or representation made or given by or on behalf of PLUS PRINT which is not set out in these Terms or any document expressly referred to in them.

5. Content of the Order and Proof Requirements

5.1. PLUS PRINT completes all orders solely on the basis of print data and information (Artwork) submitted by Customer. Customer must ensure it has read and understood its responsibilities contained in these Terms and which are set out in more detail on the Customer Information page [http://plusprint-online.co.uk/contact/] and Artwork guide http://plusprint-online.co.uk/contact/ (Format Requirements).

5.2. Customer must check the Artwork carefully against the Format Requirements before submitting to PLUS PRINT. Except as otherwise set out in this condition 5, PLUS PRINT will not review any Artwork for compliance with the Format Requirements or otherwise for any typographical errors.

5.3. When PLUS PRINT has received the Artwork from Customer, PLUS PRINT will perform a ‘Standard Artwork Check’ on every order submitted by Customer. The extent to which PLUS PRINT checks the Artwork is detailed on the Customer Information page [http://plusprint-online.co.uk/contact/].

5.4. Where Customer has elected for PLUS PRINT to perform a ‘Superior Artwork Check’ and/or a ‘Proof’ on the Products, PLUS PRINT shall charge a fee for such service. The extent of the check to be performed on the Artwork, and the relevant fee for such services, is set out on the Customer Information page [http://www.PLUS PRINT.co.uk/customer-information].

5.5. Where PLUS PRINT has produced a proof for Customer pursuant to performing a Superior Artwork Check or Proof on the Artwork, Customer acknowledges and accepts that such proof is merely illustrative of the final Product to be produced by PLUS PRINT and PLUS PRINT shall have no liability to Customer for slight variations in the final Product from the proof supplied.

5.6. If, when PLUS PRINT performs either the Standard Artwork Check or Superior Artwork Check, PLUS PRINT discovers that the Artwork supplied by Customer is defective or does not comply with the Format Requirements, PLUS PRINT will notify Customer and request Customer either provides corrected Artwork or permits PLUS PRINT to edit the Artwork to the extent necessary to comply with the Format Requirements before PLUS PRINT completes the order.

5.7. In the event that Customer notifies PLUS PRINT that it wishes to proceed with the order without correcting any defects in the Artwork, or amending such Artwork so it complies with the Format Requirements, Customer does so at its own risk.

5.8. If additional costs arise due to the inaccuracy of the Artwork, these will be borne by the Customer.

5.9. Where Customer has not submitted Artwork in CMYK mode in accordance with the Format Requirements, PLUS PRINT shall be entitled to convert the Artwork to ensure it complies with the Format Requirements. In these circumstances, the liability for any resulting colour deviations lies solely with the Customer. By transmitting the Artwork in any other mode than the specified CMYK mode, the Customer acknowledges and agrees that the conversion is carried out at Customer’s own risk.

5.10. For the avoidance of doubt, PLUS PRINT will not accept any responsibility or liability for any colour variations, irregularities or other defects whatsoever of the Products ordered by Customer which are caused as a result of Artwork not complying with the Format Requirements, including (but not limited to) graphics and images, colours and colour mode, cut, fonts and lines.

5.11. PLUS PRINT reserves the right to refuse any orders and/or terminate any Contracts where the transmitted Artwork contains defamatory, pornographic, fascist, radical content or any other material which is obscene, offensive, hateful or inflammatory.

5.12. After the Contract is formed, Customer shall only be entitled to make changes to the order provided Customer remains liable for any additional costs incurred by PLUS PRINT in making such changes.

6. Rights of revocation and exclusions to revocation in consumer contracts

6.1. Right of revocation for delivery of goods not manufactured according to customer specifications and delivered in one consignment

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Last updated: March 21, 2018

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