General terms and conditions CAMPRO

1. These general terms and conditions take precedence over all conflicting or different terms and conditions of the customer, even if these are communicated afterwards.

2. Price offers are given for information purposes only and in no way constitute an offer. They are without obligation, without commitment. Its validity is limited to the specified date.

An order for goods only becomes final after written confirmation of the order by CAMPRO. CAMPRO reserves the right to refuse an order, for example in the event of force majeure or when stocks are exhausted.

Any delivery date stated, even if specifically stated, is an approximation and is provided as information. Exceeding this cannot in any case give rise to nullification or dissolution of the contract. The exceeding does not give rise to any compensation either. Under no circumstances can the customer invoke a delay in delivery or placement to cancel an order.

If the goods cannot be delivered in one phase, any additional costs will be charged to the customer.

3. The customer must inspect the purchased goods immediately upon receipt. The customer must check whether the delivered items correspond to what has been agreed.

Disputes about defective or non-conforming goods, or about delivery or invoicing must be made within 5 days after delivery and/or invoicing and this by registered mail. CAMPRO is in any case not liable for visible defects/non-conforming delivery made known after the aforementioned period. The contract can no longer be terminated on that basis. After 5 days after delivery, the goods are considered accepted, in accordance with the order and without defects. CAMPRO’s liability is limited to the replacement, repair or refund of the goods, at CAMPRO’s discretion.

4. The goods are always delivered to the specified address of the customer, but are assumed to have been received in the warehouses of CAMPRO.

In addition, the customer further guarantees from the delivery to the specified address for damage to and alienation of the goods.

5. Notwithstanding the stipulations under 4, all delivered materials remain the property of CAMPRO until the time of full payment, including any outstanding interests or costs. In the event of non-payment, CAMPRO can have the goods returned at any time at the expense and risk of the customer.

In this regard, the delivery of an instrument from which a payment obligation arises, such as a letter of credit or bank guarantee or other instrument, does not constitute payment within the meaning of this clause. CAMPRO’s original claim to the customer remains, along with all

rights and securities related thereto, including retention of title, until the aforementioned instrument has actually been paid.

By entering into an agreement with CAMPRO, the buyer must inform its customers or creditors of the existence of this retention of title clause and take all necessary measures to ensure that this clause complies with any applicable laws and regulations.

From the effective date of delivery of the goods until the transfer of ownership of the goods to the customer, as described in this retention of title clause, the customer must ensure, at its own expense, that they are held securely and assume all risks and liabilities in all cases. Accordingly, the customer undertakes not to alter or dispose of the goods by pledging them or granting other similar rights or guarantees over the goods until the price and associated amounts have been paid in full. On the contrary, the customer undertakes to constantly ensure that the goods are clearly identifiable as the property of CAMPRO and to take out insurance accordingly to cover any risks (including in case of force majeure) that may arise in relation to the goods until full price has been paid for them.

In the event of a failure to pay one invoice on time, all goods in the customer’s possession and the price of which has not yet been paid in full may be seized by CAMPRO at the expense and risk of the customer and in accordance with the applicable law. Revindication by CAMPRO will also extend to goods immovable by destination or incorporation. Goods still in the customer’s possession will be deemed to be those for which payment is still outstanding. Any resale of the goods by the customer before the total price and associated amounts have been paid in full will lead to the automatic transfer to CAMPRO of the customer’s claims and rights to