1. Definitions and applicability
|Dopper:||Dopper B.V., Incorporated and registered in The Netherlands with company number KVK 57084554|
|Registered office:||Gonnetstraat 26, 2011 KA Haarlem|
|Telephone number:||+ 31 (0) 23 – 737 044 5|
|Customer:||the party that enters into a purchase agreement with Dopper for the purchase of Products and/or services from Dopper.|
|Products:||the products specified in the purchase agreement.|
|Mission:||Dopper’s mission is to empower people to choose reusable over single-use water bottles, to protect our world’s waters. By offering education, funding research and raising awareness about plastic pollution. And by providing a sustainable alternative to single-use water bottles: a reusable Dopper bottle to drink tap water from. Access to safe water is key in this scenario. That’s why every bottle also kick-starts clean drinking water projects in Nepal. As a certified B Corporation, Dopper uses business as a force for good and expects its partners (that’s you!) to show the same commitment to making a positive impact on their workers, community, environment, and customers alike.|
1.1. These general terms and conditions are available at the website of Dopper and are deposited with the Dutch Chamber of Commerce under number 57084556.
1.2. These general terms and conditions apply to and are incorporated into all purchase agreements agreed with Dopper, to all Dopper’s offers and quotations and to deliveries and services provided by Dopper.
2.1. Customer can place an order in any of the following limited ways: 1) by e-mail, 2) via Order Shop or 3) via a Dopper sales representative.
2.2. Dopper will only be bound to an order once it has confirmed that order in writing and only insofar that it has accepted the order. Dopper has the right to refuse an order at any time. Dopper has this option if (but not limited to) the Customer does not fit within its Mission. Among others, this includes oil, gas and mining companies, companies active in the arms, gambling, tobacco, alcohol, drugs or sex industries, beverage companies that offer their product(s) in single-use plastic bottles as well as religious and political parties.
2.3. Dopper will maintain the following minimum order quantities:
2.4. Dopper has the right to refuse a request to print a Product. Dopper does not accept requests to print shocking, harmful or offensive images or symbols.
2.5. Upon receipt of the order from the Customer, Dopper will send an order confirmation to the Customer by e-mail. This order confirmation shall, amongst others, contain a copy of the order, a copy of these applicable general terms and conditions, a confirmation whether or not the ordered products are in stock and the expected non-binding delivery date.
3. Inspection of the order confirmation
3.1. When the Customer has received the order confirmation the Customer is obliged to check the confirmation for any errors or missing elements.
3.2. Any mistakes in the order confirmation or necessary changes to the order confirmation need to be communicated to Dopper as soon as possible but at least within 1 working day after the order confirmation was received by the Customer.
3.3. The delivery time for printed orders is approximately 10 working days after receipt of approval of the order confirmation and payment of the total order amount.
3.4. Dopper is not responsible in any way for errors, missing elements or other unnoticed anomalies after the order confirmation has been approved by the Customer.
4.1. The prices stated in any pricelist and in the order of Dopper are exclusive of VAT and based upon delivery ex works Incoterms 2020 at the warehouse of Dopper in Zaandam, The Netherlands. As such all costs, duties, levies, taxes and charges owed after delivery, for example due to transport to the Customer, are for the risk and account of the Customer.
4.2. Dopper is obliged to calculate VAT for all sales in the Netherlands. In the event the Customer is vested outside the Netherlands, Dopper may agree on an intra- communitarian delivery. The Customer shall indemnify Dopper against all damage, loss and/or cost that may ensue for Dopper from the fact that the Customer is not properly registered for VAT or similar tax purposes and/or that the Customer has issued incorrect data to Dopper or has not issued the data on time.
4.3. Dopper reserves the right to change its prices and conditions at any time. Dopper quotations have a validity period of 30 days from the quotation date.
5. Use of Products
5.1. Customer may only use the Products for the purpose of the purchase agreement concluded with Dopper and under the conditions set out in the relevant agreement. Customer shall not, without the prior written consent of Dopper, in any manner whatsoever change or alter the Product(s), its packaging, product specifications or any other information displayed thereon.
5.2. Customer shall not re-sell the product to a retailer or any other third party for resell without the prior written consent of Dopper. Printed Doppers can be used as a sustainable business card and can be handed over to employees, customers and contacts free of charge. Furthermore the product can not be purchased for a Buy&Get promotion of any kind.
5.3. Any use of the name Dopper or any trademarks that Dopper holds need the prior written permission of Dopper. URL’s that included the name Dopper and any trademarks for SEA purposes (Google AdWords) can not be used.
5.4. Any pictures or text on the website of Dopper may not be used without the prior written permission of Dopper.
6. Performance of the contract
6.1. All obligations entered into by Dopper are obligations to use its best efforts, not obligations to achieve a result.
7. Cancellation or modification
7.1. All requests for cancellations or modifications of the order must be made before Dopper sends the invoice and must be the subject of a written request from the Customer to Dopper.
7.2. Dopper reserves the right to accept or refuse the cancellation or modification request upon its own discretion.
7.3. In case of a full or partial cancellation of an order, Dopper reserves the right to charge 50% of the value of the cancelled order.
7.4. Any remaining orders will be automatically retained throughout the season, except upon written notification from the Customer.
8. Delivery and transport
8.1. Customer bears the risk of the sold Products from delivery onwards. Unless agreed otherwise in writing, delivery is made EXW (ex works) Incoterms 2020, i.e. the warehouse of Dopper in Zaandam, The Netherlands. Transfer of ownership of the sold Products is effected under the conditions precedents of payment by placing the sold Products merely under the control (and not in the possession) of Customer upon delivery.
8.2. Unless agreed otherwise in writing, the agreed delivery time shall commence after receipt by Dopper of the payment for the Products to be delivered. After receipt of payment Dopper shall inform the Customer they can collect the ordered products within 3-4 working days. Dopper will deliver the ordered products free from encumbrance and special charges by giving possession of the ordered products to the Customer at the warehouse of Dopper in Zaandam, The Netherlands.
8.3. If Dopper does not deliver the sold Products to Customer within the agreed delivery period, Customer must give Dopper written notice of default and grant a further period of no less than fourteen days to deliver the sold Products.
8.4. Delay in delivery shall not relieve the Customer of its obligation to accept and pay for remaining deliveries. If delivery of Products is delayed due to default in payment of the purchase price, delay in receipt of shipping instructions, documents for payment, required inspection, export license or authorization or other cause for which Dopper is not responsible, charges for demurrage and storage shall be paid by the Customer.
8.5. At Dopper’s first request, Customer is required to take receipt of the Products purchased. If Customer does not take receipt of the purchased Products at Dopper’s first request, Dopper will hold the sold Products for the account and risk of Customer.
9. Retention of title
9.1. Dopper retains ownership of the Products sold/supplied to Customer until Customer has paid the full purchase price for these Products.
9.2. Customer may not otherwise dispose of the Products supplied, encumber them, give them in usufruct, mix them or permanently affix them to other goods.
9.3. Customer will insure the Products supplied against fire, explosion, water damage and theft. At Dopper’s first request, Customer will make the insurance policy available to Dopper. At Dopper’s first request, Customer will pledge its claim by virtue of the aforementioned insurance policy to Dopper.
9.4. Customer will inform Dopper in the event that garnishment is levied on the Products supplied and owned by Dopper and Customer will provide Dopper with all information that Dopper deems necessary for lifting the garnishment on the Products supplied. Customer must compensate Dopper for the costs of having the garnishment lifted.
9.5. If Dopper has explicitely agreed in writing with Customer that prepayment is not required and Dopper does not receive the full purchase price within 10 days of the date/dispatch of the invoice, Dopper may reclaim the Products supplied by means of a written statement addressed to Customer. This statement has the effect of cancelling the purchase and terminating Customer’s right to retain/acquire ownership of the Products supplied. If Dopper has to proceed to exercise its right to complain and reclaims the Products supplied, then – without Dopper having to send a prior notice of default – Customer will incur a penalty of 15% of the agreed purchase price (including VAT), without prejudice to Dopper’s right to claim compensation for the damage suffered by it as a result of the purchase price being cancelled and no mutual performance taking place.
9.6. In the event that Customer is declared bankrupt or is granted suspension of payments, the reclaiming by Dopper will have no consequences if the receiver/administrator pays the purchase price and contractual penalty/penalties owed within a period set by Dopper or security is provided for this payment.
9.7. Dopper’s rights as described in this Article do not lapse through the passage of time, but only through payment of the full purchase price (plus any penalties owed) by Customer.
10.1. Unless agreed otherwise in writing, the Customer shall pay all (repeat)orders upfront (prepayment) within 10 days following the request/ receipt of the invoice of Dopper. This is a final/absolute payment deadline.
10.2. Customer is required to pay the purchase price by payment of the amount owed to the bank account indicated by Dopper, stating the payment references indicated by Dopper.
10.3. Dopper will prepare an invoice for every order (and (partial) delivery) and will send it to Customer. Dopper may send the invoices to Customer both by email.
10.4. If the Products are not paid by the Customer within 10 days following the request of Dopper, the Products will not be reserved for nor be delivered to the Customer, unless Dopper has indicated to Customer in writing that prepayment is not required and parties have agreed other payment conditions in writing.
10.5. The Customer shall pay all invoices and the amounts due to Dopper in Euros, unless explicitly stated otherwise.
10.6. Customer must send complaints regarding the correctness of the invoice in writing to Dopper within 10 days of the date/dispatch of the invoice. The right to complain about the correctness of the invoice lapses upon the expiry of this period. If Customer complains in good time and with good reason, Dopper will credit the incorrect invoice and send a new invoice to Customer. Any objections against the amount invoiced do not suspend Customer's payment obligation.
10.7. Customer is not entitled to suspend its payment obligation or rely on setoff, save for with Dopper’s prior written consent.
10.8. If Dopper does not receive the purchase price within the agreed term for payment, Customer will be in default by operation of law. In that case, the following rights, amongst others, accrue to Dopper, without Dopper having to send a prior notice of default to Customer:
11.1. The Products will, subject to this Article, be supplied to Customer without the right to return.
11.2. The delivered Products are in conformity with the purchase agreement if the Products have the characteristics stated in the order (colour/quantities) and the characteristics necessary for normal use as water bottle (element). In case of normal use in line with the prescriptions of Dopper the economic life cycle of the water bottle plus accessories will be minimal two years as of delivery. Dopper does not accept orders which require Products with characteristics necessary for any other particular use.
11.3. As soon as Customer retains the Products purchased, Customer must check whether the Products supplied conform to the agreed specifications/characteristics. If the Products supplied do not conform to the agreed specifications/characteristics, Customer can require Dopper to proceed to deliver the missing Products or to replace the Product(s) supplied free of charge. All other right and remedies mentioned in the Dutch law (in case of delivery of a non-conform product, e.g. (partially) rescind the order/purchase agreement, file a claim for damages etc.) are herewith excluded.
11.4. Customer can no longer invoke the delivered Products’ non-conformity with the contract if it does not notify Dopper thereof:
11.5. Complaints can be addressed to your Dedicated Dopper Sales Manager.
11.6. Complaints do not suspend Customer’s payment obligations towards Dopper.
12.1. In the event that Dopper is liable to the Customer based upon the purchase agreement or the law this liability will be limited as set out in this Article.
12.2. Except in the event of intent or gross negligence on the side of Dopper, Dopper will never be liable for any damages of Customer or third parties.
12.3. In no event shall Dopper be liable for any indirect or consequential damages (gevolgschade c.q. gederfde winst). Lost profits, foregone sales or other damage based on foregone future profit streams or foregone benefits/savings are not eligible for compensation by Dopper.
12.4. Insofar that Dopper can be held liable in accordance with Article 12.2, Dopper shall only be obliged to repair the damage that the Customer has incurred due to acts or omissions from Dopper as far as the following conditions are fulfilled:
12.5. In the event that the conditions as stated in this Article are not all fulfilled, Dopper is not obliged to repair the damage claimed by the Customer.
12.6. The damages to be repaired will consist of loss to property, proprietary rights and interest and other prejudice taken into account that; Loss to property, proprietary rights and interests comprises the loss incurred but not the profit deprived. The Customer can under no circumstance claim the profit deprived from Dopper.
12.7. Dopper has taken out (product) liability insurance to cover its liability risks. In the event that Customer suffers damage for which Dopper is liable, at Customer’s first written request Dopper will submit the claim for payment of damages to Dopper’s insurer, requesting compensation for the damage suffered by Customer. If Dopper’s insurer accepts the insurance claim and compensates the damage suffered by Customer, consisting of the loss it has suffered, Customer will compensate Dopper for Dopper’s applicable excess.
12.8. In the event that Dopper’s (product) liability insurance does not offer cover or does not pay out, Dopper’s liability will be capped at/limited to the purchase price actually received by Dopper (excluding VAT) in respect of the supplied Products that caused the damage.
12.9. Customer hereby waives its right to claim for damage other than the damage consisting of the loss it has suffered that bears such relation to the event on which the liability is based that the loss suffered can be attributed to this event.
12.10. Causes of action and defences, based on facts that would justify the assertion that Customer has suffered damage for which Dopper is liable, lapse after a period of one year calculated from the day on which the damage arose.
13. Intellectual property
13.1. Dopper has the exclusive right to disclose and reproduce the copyrighted works (such as drafts, drawings and designs) produced by it.
13.2. All intellectual property rights of and with respect to the Products, Dopper’s website, samples, flyers and any other (marketing)materials provided by Dopper to Customer belong to Dopper.
13.3. Customer has a non-exclusive right to use the trade name(s), logos and (marketing) materials provided by Dopper in the promotion and advertisement of the Products as agreed in, subject to and for the duration of the purchase agreement.
13.4. The Customer shall not sub-license, transfer or otherwise deal with the rights of use of the Trade Marks, trade name(s), symbols, logos, (marketing) materials and other intellectual property rights of Dopper granted under the purchase agreement. Customer shall not do, or omit to do, anything in its use of the Trade Marks, trade name(s), symbols, logos and (marketing)materials that could adversely affect their validity, distinctiveness, and reputation, and/or the goodwill and brand image of Dopper.
13.5. Customer shall promptly give notice in writing to Dopper if it becomes aware of any infringement or suspected infringement of the Trade Marks, trade name(s), symbols, logos or any other intellectual property rights relating to the Product by any third party.
13.6. Customer is not permitted to modify the Products in full or in part or change, alter, disfigure, remove or cover up any brand markings or identifying marks affixed on the Products and/or packaging or any lettering, numbering or insigna displayed on the Products and/or packaging.
13.7. If, on Customer’s instructions, Dopper uses certain works/image rights/text rights or other intellectual property rights of Customer, Customer warrants that it has a sufficient right/sufficient licence for use of the intellectual property rights used. If a third party claim is nevertheless instituted against Dopper for unlawful use of/infringement of an intellectual property right, Customer will fully indemnify Dopper against liability and, if necessary, hold Dopper completely harmless.
14.1. When entering into an agreement and for the performance of the agreement, Dopper requests Customer to provide it with personal data. Dopper will use this data for the confirmation of the agreement, the performance of its obligations under the agreement, relationship management and marketing, e.g. inform Customer of relevant Products and services of Dopper.
14.2. Dopper saves Customers data in its own customer relationship management program. This way Dopper is able to serve Customers in its best ability and can make sure tailor made offers are send to the right target group.
14.3. The Customer herewith agrees and accepts that Dopper uses and saves Customers data in its own customer relationship management program for the purposes stipulated in Article 14.1. In the event that the Customer wants to terminate its aforementioned approval an email can be send to email@example.com.
14.4. Dopper also allows the right to use Customer’s company details for more detailed background checks in order to manage risks before signing agreements.
14.5. The Customer has the right to access their Customer information file and correct any details if necessary.
14.6. When visiting the website of Dopper the Customers’ IP-address will be registered. This is for navigation purposes only, so Dopper can analyse best visited pages, most bought products and improve the functionality of the entire website and its content. Cookies will only be used to optimize the use of the website of Dopper and will not be used for any other purposes.
14.7. Dopper will only use e-mail addresses that were given for marketing or service purposes. If the Customer does not want to receive any promotional offers or informational newsletters an email can be send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
14.8. Without Customers permission, Dopper will never disclose/supply the data to third parties.
15. Court and applicable law
15.1. These general terms and conditions and all agreements concluded with Dopper are governed by Dutch law.
15.2. All disputes between Customer and Dopper concerning or resulting from these general terms and conditions, or further agreements resulting thereof, will be exclusively presented to the District Court of Noord-Holland.
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