The “Company” means Tekna Electrical Ltd.
The “Client” means the person, firm or company requesting a quotation or placing an order with the Company Herein referred to together as “The Parties”

“Works” means any Goods and/or services provided by the Company as ordered by the Client
“Goods” means any materials or products supplied by the Company in order to carry out the Works.
“Site” refers to the agreed place at which the Works are to be carried out


These terms and conditions apply to any Works and/or Goods supplied by the Company to the Client.


All Works sold by the Company to the Client are subject to the Company’s terms and conditions and these shall take precedence over any terms and conditions referred to on any Client documentation.


The prices, quantities and lead-time stated in any quotation by the Company are given as a best commercial estimate based on the information available at the time of quotation, unless otherwise agreed between the Parties. All quotations are valid for a period of thirty (30) days from date of quotation unless otherwise stated.


Quotations will be deemed to have been accepted and orders firm when written confirmation from the client by way of email is received by the Company. By using the Company’s services, the Client will be bound by these terms and conditions.


Non-contracted emergency call outs are offered subject to availability and response times to site are provided on best endeavours, typically within 72 hours. Aborted call outs are fully chargeable in all circumstances. 


The Company shall be entitled to sub-contract all or any part of the Works, unless otherwise agreed between The Parties.


The Company shall make best endeavours to complete the Works within the quoted time. If this is not achievable, the Client will be informed as soon as is practically possible and a revised lead-time will be given.


The risk of loss and damage to the Goods shall pass to the Client immediately upon delivery to the Client or location at which the Works are to be carried out.

The Company will take all reasonable steps to ensure the protection from loss, damage or destruction during Works carried out for the Client.

Whilst the Company carries out the Works, it may be necessary to leave tools or equipment on Site. In such instances the Client will be informed and should therefore ensure all equipment is covered under the relevant insurance held by the Client.

All Goods shall remain the property of the Company until full payment has been received, when full title will pass to the Client.


For Works carried out by the Company with a lead-time longer than 14 days, the Company shall be entitled to issue interim invoices on a fortnightly basis unless otherwise agreed between The Parties.  A final invoice shall be issued by the Company to the Client upon completion of the Works.

All invoices issued by the Company shall be paid by the Client within fourteen (14) days of the date of invoice for interim invoices and thirty (30) days of the date of invoice for final invoices.

If any amount of an invoice is disputed, the Client shall inform the Company of the grounds for dispute in writing within five (5) working days from date of invoice. During this period of resolution, the Client shall pay to the Company the value of the invoice, less the disputed amount, in accordance with these payment terms. Upon settlement of the dispute, any outstanding sum shall be payable in accordance with these payment terms.


In the event the Client wishes to cancel an order, they must notify the Company in writing as soon as is practically possible. In such instances the Company is entitled to invoice the Client for any losses, including, but not limited to materials, labour, sub-contractor charges and expenses already incurred by the company.


The Parties shall maintain strict confidence and shall not disclose to any third party any information or material relating to the other or the other’s business unless prior written agreement has been given.


The Company warrants that it has the right to provide the Goods but otherwise the Goods are provided on an “as-is” basis without warranty of any kind, express or implied, oral or written including, without limitation, the implied conditions of merchantable quality, fitness for purpose and description, all of which are specifically and unreservedly excluded.

The Company warrants that the Goods will be supplied using reasonable care and skill. The Company does not warrant that the Goods supplied are error-free, accurate or complete.


The Company shall not be liable for any claim arising out of the performance, non-performance, delay in delivery of or defect in the Goods, including but not limited to, any consequential loss (Including loss of profit and/or revenue) or damage arising from or in connection with the Works or Goods supplied. Any liability of the Company shall in any event be limited to the total price of the Works carried out.

Nothing herein shall limit The Parties liability for death or personal injury arising from the proven negligence by itself or its employees or agents.

The Client shall fully indemnify The Company against any liability to third parties arising out of the Client’s use of the Goods.

16) VAT

Unless indicated otherwise, all sums payable under this Contract are stated exclusive of Value Added Tax (which will be charged at the rate prevailing at the relevant tax point) and any other tax or duty chargeable under any relevant legislation.


The Company will not be liable to the Client for any loss or damage suffered by the Client as a direct result of the Company, its sub-contractors or the list-owner from whom the sample or other service or material is derived being unable to perform the Contract in the way agreed by reason of cause beyond its control including but not limited to natural occurrences, disruption of power supplies, the action of third parties or industrial action.


These Terms of Trading shall be subject to and construed in accordance with the laws of England and the Parties hereby submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.