Terms of Trade

Electrifying Marine Solutions
Company Terms of Trade 


In these terms of trade “Company” means (Electrifying Marine Solutions)

  • The “Customer” means the purchaser of goods and services. 
  • Any Goods or Services supplied or completed by the Company for the Customer will be supplied on these terms and conditions. 
  • Any purchases made by the Customer will be deemed to comply with these terms and conditions. 


  • The Company’s prices are exclusive of Goods and Services Tax unless otherwise stated, and the Customer is required to pay GST in addition to the price. 
  • The Company’s prices are subject to alteration without notice and the price payable by the Customer for the goods and services ordered shall be the price ruling at the date the goods and services are received by the Customer. 
  • A vehicle/service charge will be added to all invoices produced by the Company, unless otherwise agreed. This charge covers costs associated with the Company’s vehicle fleet including but not limited to; fuel, road user charges, and general warranty and maintenance costs. 
  • Labour costs include any time spent travelling to and from the workshop to the Customer, including any time taken to procure any materials and goods required for the job. Labour costs also include administration in relation to the job.


  • Payment terms will be stated on each invoice. Accounts are strictly to be paid in full within 7 days from the date of invoice, whichever is stated on the invoice. 
  • The Company reserves the right to request payment for any goods and services prior to commencement of works. 
  • The Customer may not deduct, set-off or withhold any amount from any money owing to the Company other than prior approved retention as per The Fair Trading Act 1989.
  • If full payment for any goods and/or services is not made to the Company by the due date for payment, then the Customer shall be in default and the Customer shall at the Company’s discretion (and without affecting any other right the Company may have), pay default penalty interest of 9% per month on any amount outstanding to the Company. 
  • The Customer shall also be liable to pay all expenses and costs (including legal costs as between solicitor and client) in relation to the Company obtaining or attempting to obtain a remedy for the failure to pay. 
  • During any period of time while the Customer is in default on any account with the Company, the Company may suspend or withhold the provision of goods and services. 
  • Credit 
  • The Company reserves the right to refuse credit. 


  • The issue of an order from the Customer constitutes acceptance by the Customer of these terms, even if the contrary is stated in the Customer’s orders or correspondence. 
  • Suspension or Cancellation 
  • If the Customer requests suspension or cancellation of the work or supply of goods, The Company may increase the agreed price to cover any resulting extra expense should this apply or out of pocket expenses. 

Progress Claims

  • For work extending over more than one week, progress payments will be invoiced at the end of the week and will be payable within 7 days from the date of invoice. 


  • In the event that any part of an invoice is disputed the amount not in dispute will be paid promptly in accordance with the payment terms. Thereafter, the parties agree to use their best endeavors to promptly resolve any dispute of difference between them and the company may, at its option, require the customer to submit mediation with the assistance of a qualified mediator. 
  • The Customer must advise the Company of any dispute relating to their invoice within 7 days of receiving the invoice. 

Quoted Work

  • Quotations are valid for 30 days from the date of quotation unless otherwise stated. 
  • Prices are ruling at the date of quote but are subject to alteration after 30 days or until supplier price variation. 
  • Quotations are only accepted after the deposit has been paid.
  • Quotations exclude Goods and Services Tax, unless otherwise stated. 
  • Any quotes provided by the Company for the Customer are based on the cost at quotation date of materials, labour, rates of exchange, insurance, freight, duty, taxes and other cost items over which the Company has no control. Any increase in price caused by these factors will be added to the price and become payable by the purchaser unless the Company has agreed in writing to waive this provision. 
  • Any quotes issued by the Company affected by any price variations may require a price review, and increases caused by these variations may be passed on to the Customer. 
  • To avoid such price increases the Customer may be asked to purchase materials in advance to obtain quoted rates prior to price increase. 
  • Any materials purchased, totalling greater than $1000, will be charged to the Customer at the end of the month of purchase and payment shall be due as per the payment terms stated above. 
  • Quotations are not inclusive of travel time and travel costs unless otherwise stated. 
  • All goods and services are subject to supplier availability and supplier price variation. If there is a substantial change, this will necessitate a price review. 
  • Variances relating to corrosion, rectifying unconventional installation practices and rectifying anything that is not acceptable by Australian Law, will be at an additional cost.  
  • If the Company tries to contact the customer and contact cannot be made, permission to complete the variance shall be assumed. You must put something in writing to prevent assuming permission, before it occurs. 


  • The Customer must make known to the Company at time of acceptance of quote, the percentage of any retention they intend to hold back during the course of a contract. 
  • Retentions must be agreed by the Company at time of the Customer confirming acceptance of contract or quoted work. 


  • Variations will be invoiced at the end of the month in which they were carried out and due for payment as per the payment terms above. 
  • All variations made by the Customer will have parts and labour charged on top of any Quote.


  • Ownership of the goods shall remain with the Company until payment in full has been received for them. 
  • Until payment is made for the goods, the Customer shall hold the goods as bailee for the Company. 
  • The Company shall have the right at any time after payment is due, and not made, to enter premises/vessel/vehicle occupied by the Customer and take possession of the goods. The Customer indemnifies the Company for all costs and expenses which the Company may incur in effecting recovery of possession and removal. 
  • If the Customer resells the goods or any part of them or if they have become constituent parts of any other goods sold by the Customer before payment is made to the Company for them, then the Customer shall ensure that it holds the sale proceeds for an account to the Company. If the amount owing to the Customer as a result of such resale becomes a book debt in the accounts of the Customer, then the customer shall, if called upon to do so, assign to the Company the debt and all other rights and remedies it might have in respect to the debt. 
  • If the Customer shall cease trading, be placed in receivership or liquidation, become bankrupt or permit the Customers goods to be taken in execution, or compound or make an arrangement with the Customers creditors then, in addition to, and without prejudice to, any other rights or remedies the Company might have, the following shall occur: 
  • All unpaid accounts in respect to the goods and services supplied by the Customer shall become immediately due and payable, and 
  • The provisions relating to the Company’s right of entry, repossession and recovery of goods shall apply. 
  • This retention of title clause creates a purchase money security interest under Personal Property Securities. (Commonwealth Powers) Act 2009(“the Act”) all goods sold by the Company to the Customers. The security interest extends to proceeds of sale of the goods and to any product into which the goods are incorporated or co-mingled. 

Health and Safety 

  • Any sub-contractors contracted to the Company are required to comply with the Companies Health and Safety Policy. This is available for review at the Company’s Head Office at Shed 3-4/12 Orana Street, Buddina QLD 4575. 

Force Majeure 

  • The Company will not be liable for failure to meet its obligations if the failure is brought about by a force majeure circumstance (i.e. any circumstances outside the Company’s control). 

Limitation of Liability 

  • Where the work is acquired by the Customer for business purposes, the warranties continued in the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 are specifically excluded. 
  • The Company’s liability for any loss, damage or expense arising out of the goods after services provided is limited at the Company’s option, to either: 
  • Replacing or repairing any part of the work which the Customer is entitled to reject; or  
  • Refunding the price of the work which the Customer is entitled to reject. 

The Company will not be liable in any event if: 

  • The work has been altered or repaired by any person other than the Company; or 
    - The work has been subject to excessive wear or tear, or improper or abnormal use or storage.
  • In any event, the Company will not be liable in respect of any claim unless the claim is notified to the Company within:  
    - 12 months of completion of the work; and 
    - 7 days of the alleged defect becoming apparent; and
    - The Company is given a reasonable opportunity to investigate the claim

Warranty & Faulty Equipment Repair & Claims

  • The Company will not pay for postage or labour associated with replacing faulty equipment under the manufacturer's warranty 
  • Replacement parts will not be provided until the faulty part has been returned for investigation, unless paid for up front and reimbursed if the investigation determines a manufacturing defect was present.
  • The Customer will be responsible for any travel costs relating to a warranty claim or investigation outside of a 100km radius of the workshop at 33 Parkyn Parade, Mooloolaba QLD and accessible by sealed roads. 
  • Accommodation and travel costs will be paid by the Customer before leaving for any rectification work outside of the 100km radius from the workshop.
  • The company will not be responsible for any third party rectification work without prior written agreement, this process will require a quote and purchase order approved by the company.