Terms and Conditions

Steffens Engineering AGB

Steffens Engineering Terms and Conditions
As of March 1st, 2020
Managing Director: Ingo Steffens
Registration court: District Court of Kleve, no. of the commercial register: HRB 8909. VAT ID no. DE256887703
Tax number: 116/ 5718/3545

Terms and conditions for the supply of engines and parts in the
Business transactions with entrepreneurs and legal entities of the public
To the right

I. Scope, Dates and Information
1. The following conditions apply to all offers, deliveries and services of Steffens Engineering -
hereinafter "supplier" - concerning engines and engine parts - hereinafter also "delivery item".
2. Deviating terms and conditions of the customer will not become effective even if the supplier accepts the order
content of the contract.
3. The supplier reserves the right to samples, cost estimates, drawings and other information of physical and
immaterial nature - also in electronic form - property rights and copyrights; they may third party
not made accessible and by the customer only for the intended use of the
delivery item are used.

II. Scope of Delivery
1. The written
The order confirmation of the supplier is authoritative, in the case of an offer from the supplier with a time commitment
and timely acceptance of the offer, unless a timely order confirmation is available.
2. Subsidiary agreements and changes require the written confirmation of the supplier. Nominated by the supplier
Weight, dimensions, performance and consumption values ​​as well as other information on the delivery item are only
approximate guide values, regardless of the manner or place of their reproduction. Just such qualities
of the delivery item, which is specified in writing in an express guarantee declaration and by the
are legally granted to the supplier are guaranteed within the meaning of Section 443 of the German Civil Code.
3. The supplier reserves the right to make changes to the design and form of the delivery item, insofar as the
The delivery item itself is not changed significantly and the changes are reasonable for the customer.
4. Other services such as installation, assembly or commissioning of the delivery item do not belong
to the scope of delivery.

III. Prices
The prices apply ex works/warehouse of the supplier (EXW, Incoterms 2000) plus packaging and
Value added tax at the applicable statutory rate.

IV. Payments and Security
1. Payment is to be made without any deductions to the supplier's account at the latest upon delivery.
2. The purchaser is only entitled to withhold payments or offset against counterclaims
insofar as these counterclaims are undisputed or have been legally established.
3. If the customer is in arrears with payments - in the case of agreements on partial payments with one installment - so
the outstanding partial payments are due immediately. The due date of the remaining debt also occurs insofar as
Bills of exchange with later due dates are running. The supplier can - without prejudice to his rights under the
Retention of title - withdraw from the contract or claim damages for non-performance.
Default interest is charged at 8% p.a. above the base interest rate, but at least 12% p.a.; they are
higher or lower, but not below the statutory interest rate, if the supplier
burden with a higher interest rate or the customer proves a lower burden.
4. The customer undertakes to provide possible securities for open
to order the supplier's demands.

V. Delivery time
1. The delivery period begins when the order becomes legally effective. If the customer refrains from doing so until then
time to fulfill all his obligations, in particular the timely provision
necessary official certificates or approvals as well as the performance of the contractual
agreed advance payment, the delivery period is extended appropriately. This does not apply if the supplier
responsible for the delay.
2. Adherence to the delivery period is subject to correct and timely self-delivery to the
3. The delivery period is met if the delivery item has left the factory or the
readiness for dispatch has been notified. If the shipment of the delivery item is delayed for reasons for which the
customer is responsible for, the customer, starting one month after notification of the
Ready to ship, the cost of the delay will be charged.
4. If the non-compliance with the delivery period is due to force majeure, industrial disputes or other events that
are outside the supplier's sphere of influence, the delivery period will be extended
appropriate. The supplier is not responsible for the aforementioned circumstances even if they
arise during an already existing delay. The supplier will notify the customer of the beginning and
Communicate the end of such circumstances as soon as possible.

5. The customer can withdraw from the contract without setting a deadline if the supplier has received the entire
performance becomes definitively impossible before the transfer of risk. The customer can also
withdraw from the contract if the execution of part of the delivery becomes impossible for an order and he
has a legitimate interest in rejecting the partial delivery. If this is not the case, the customer has
to pay the contract price for the partial delivery. The same applies if the supplier is unable to do so. in the
For the rest, Section XI.2 of these conditions applies. If the impossibility or inability occurs during the
default of acceptance or the customer is responsible for the circumstances of impossibility or inability
solely or predominantly responsible, he remains obliged to provide consideration.
6. If the supplier is in default and the customer incurs damage as a result, he is entitled to a
to demand a lump-sum compensation for delay. It is 0.5% for each full week of delay, im
Overall, however, no more than 5% of the value of that part of the total delivery that cannot be delivered as a result of the delay
can be used in a timely manner or not in accordance with the contract. If the customer grants to the person in default
Supplier - taking into account the statutory exceptions - a reasonable period for performance and
if the deadline is not met, the customer is entitled to withdraw within the framework of the statutory provisions
justified. Further claims from delay in delivery are determined exclusively according to Section XI,
subject to the provisions of Section XII of these Terms.
7. The customer is in arrears with a payment if he receives a reminder from the supplier after the occurrence
the due date does not pay. Irrespective of this, the customer is in default if he does not make an im
Order makes payment at a time determined by the calendar. The legal regulation according to which the
If the customer is automatically in default thirty days after receipt of an invoice, remains unaffected. Remains
the customer after notification of the provision with the acceptance of the subject matter of the contract or the
If the fulfillment of his payment obligation is more than 6 weeks in arrears, the supplier is after settlement
a period of grace of 14 days to withdraw from the contract or claim damages
to demand non-performance. If the supplier demands compensation for non-performance, then he can claim 15%
of the selling price as compensation. The damage is to be set higher or lower if the
supplier proves a higher damage, the customer a lower damage. Does the supplier of this
Right no use, he has - without prejudice to his other rights - the authority to use the
freely dispose of the subject of the contract and replace it with a similar one within a reasonable period of time
to deliver the item on the terms of the contract.

VI. Passing of Risk and Acceptance
1. The risk passes to the customer when the delivery item leaves the supplier's works/warehouse
even if partial deliveries are made or the supplier has other services, e.g
shipping costs or delivery and installation. At the request of the customer, his
Costs of the shipment by the supplier against theft, breakage, transport, fire and water damage
and other insurable risks.
2. If the shipment is delayed or not dispatched due to circumstances for which the supplier is not responsible,
the risk passes to the customer on the day of notification of readiness for dispatch. The deliverer
undertakes to take out the insurance policies requested by the customer at the customer's expense.
3. Partial deliveries are permitted, provided they are not unreasonable for the customer.

VII. Retention of title
1. The supplier retains ownership of the delivery item until all claims of the
supplier against the customer from the business relationship, including future ones
Claims from contracts concluded at the same time or later. This also applies if
individual or all of the supplier's claims have been included in a current invoice and the
balance has been drawn and recognized. In the event of breach of contract by the customer, in particular
default of payment, the supplier is entitled to take back the delivery item after a reminder and
Buyer obliged to surrender. All costs of repossessing shall be borne by the customer. the
Taking back and pledging the item by the supplier are only valid as withdrawal from the contract
contract if this is expressly declared by the supplier. In the event of attachments or other interventions by third parties, the
customer to inform the supplier immediately in writing and to provide all necessary clarifications
give. The customer may not pledge the delivery item or assign it as security.

2. In connection with the payment of the purchase price by the customer, a bill of exchange liability
of the supplier, the retention of title, including the agreed one, expires
Special forms and other securities agreed to secure payment not before redemption of the
bill of exchange by the customer as drawee.
3. The customer is entitled to resell the delivery item in the ordinary course of business. He kicks
however, already now from the supplier all claims with all ancillary rights, which he from the
resale against the customer or against third parties, regardless of whether the
reserved goods are resold without or after processing. To collect these claims is the
Buyer also authorized after assignment. The supplier's authority to collect the claims himself
remains unaffected; however, the supplier undertakes not to collect the claims as long as the
customer properly meets his payment obligations. The supplier can demand that the
Customer notifies him of the assigned claims and their debtors, all for collection
provides the necessary information, hands over the relevant documents and the assignment to the debtors
communicates. If the delivery item is delivered together with other goods that do not belong to the supplier,
resold, the customer's claim against the customer shall apply to the amount between the supplier and
purchaser agreed delivery price as assigned.
4. The supplier undertakes to release the securities to which he is entitled insofar as their value
securing claims, insofar as these have not yet been settled, by more than 20%.

VIII. Delivery and Installation
1. Insofar as the installation is one of the supplier's obligations, he only needs to start with the installation
begin when the foundations are completely dry and set and all other construction work is complete
are completed so that installation and commissioning can take place. When installed in a ship
the supplier does not have to start with the installation until the foundations required for the installation have been laid
are completed and the ship is launched. If this work is not completed on time
the deadlines agreed for installation and commissioning shall be extended appropriately.
2. The delivery item is transferred from the supplier's workshop to the point of use -
unless otherwise expressly agreed - at the expense and risk of the customer.
3. If the supplier takes over the installation, he will provide the necessary fitters with the
Fitter hand tools at the expense of the customer and in accordance with the special terms and conditions
of the supplier for such services. The customer has tools, lifting gear, scaffolding, equipment, etc
to deliver at his expense and risk, also a suitable lockable storage room for the
to provide fitter's hand tools; he is liable for the unskilled workers he provides.
4. If, through no fault of the supplier, there is a delay or interruption in the transfer in which
Installation of the delivery item, furthermore, a work handicap of the fitter occurs, the
customer to bear all additional costs incurred as a result of the delay, interruption or hindrance.
This does not affect the obligation to comply with the agreed payment deadlines.
5. Work and services that go beyond the scope of delivery according to the order confirmation and delivery contract,
the fitter may only carry out work if the customer has given a special order for this and
only against special calculation.
6. Overtime may only be worked by the fitter if the customer expressly requests this
and confirmed in writing to the supplier and fitter. They will be charged to the customer.

IX. Liability for defects in newly manufactured delivery items
1. The supplier is liable for defects in newly manufactured delivery items as follows: All those parts are
to be repaired or replaced free of charge at the discretion of the supplier,
within 12 months of the transfer of risk as a result of a prior to the transfer of risk to the
Orderer lying circumstance - in particular due to defective design, poor building materials, or
defective execution - as unusable or significantly impaired in their usability
turn out
2. The customer's right to assert claims for defects expires in all cases from the point in time
of the timely complaint in 6 months, but at the earliest when the warranty period expires.
3. No liability is assumed for damage caused by the following reasons, provided that
the supplier is not responsible for such reasons: unsuitable or improper use,
Incorrect assembly or commissioning contrary to the supplier's instructions, installation by others
Spare parts as original parts from the supplier, natural wear and tear, incorrect or negligent handling,
unsuitable equipment, replacement materials, defective construction work, unsuitable building ground,
chemical, electrochemical or electrical influences.
4. To carry out all repairs and
After agreement with the supplier, the customer has the necessary time and
opportunity, otherwise the supplier is released from liability for defects. Only in urgent cases
Endangering operational safety and to ward off disproportionately large damage, whereby the supplier
is to be notified immediately, or if the supplier is in default with remedying the defect, the
The customer has the right to have the defect remedied himself or by a third party and have the supplier replace the
to charge the necessary costs.
5. The supplier bears the direct costs arising from the repair or replacement delivery -
insofar as the complaint turns out to be justified - including the costs of the replacement part
of shipping as well as the reasonable costs of removal and installation, furthermore, if this depends on the location of the
can reasonably be demanded in individual cases, the costs of any required provision of fitters
and auxiliary workers of the supplier. Apart from that, the customer covers the cost.
6. The delivery of a replacement part and/or the repair will replace the original one
Warranty period for the delivery item not extended.
7. Improperly, for example, on the part of the customer or third parties without the prior consent of the supplier
Any modifications or repair work carried out shall be liable for the resulting damage
consequences cancelled.
8. Further claims of the customer due to defects in the delivery item, in particular a claim to
Compensation for damage that has not occurred to the delivery item itself is subject to
Provisions of Section XI.4 and Section XII. Excluded.
Liability for defects in used delivery items is subject to the provisions of section
XI excluded.

X. Liability for ancillary obligations
If, through the fault of the supplier, the delivered item is rejected by the customer as a result of failure to
or faulty execution of proposals and advice given before or after the conclusion of the contract
as well as other ancillary contractual obligations - in particular operating instructions and maintenance
of the delivery item, - cannot be used in accordance with the contract, apply under exclusion
further claims of the customer the provisions of Sections IX., XI. and XII. Corresponding.
XI. Right of the customer to withdraw and other liability of the supplier
1. The customer can withdraw from the contract if the supplier has received the entire service prior to the transfer of risk
ultimately becomes impossible. The same applies if the supplier is unable to do so. The customer can also then
withdraw from the contract if, when ordering similar items, the execution of part of the
Delivery becomes impossible in terms of number and he has a legitimate interest in rejecting one
has partial delivery; if this is not the case, the customer can reduce the consideration accordingly.
2. If there is a delay in performance within the meaning of Section V of the Terms and Conditions and the customer grants this
a reasonable period of grace to the supplier who is in default with the express declaration that he
refuse to accept the service after this period has expired, and if the grace period is not observed,
the customer is entitled to withdraw.
3. If the impossibility occurs during the delay in acceptance or through the fault of the customer, it remains
he is obliged to pay in return.

4. The customer also has a right of withdrawal if the supplier has granted him a reasonable grace period for
the repair or replacement delivery regarding a defect for which he is responsible
fault can pass fruitlessly. The customer's right of withdrawal also exists in the event of impossibility
or failure of repair or replacement by the supplier. The regulations of this
Section XI.4 does not apply to defects in used delivery items.
5. The supplier is liable in the event of infringement of property rights of third parties in connection with the delivery or
Performance of the supplier to the exclusion of further claims as follows. Liability is on in
Property rights granted in Germany are restricted. The customer is imposed by a final judgment
Claims for compensation and costs are released and the customer is reimbursed for the lawyer's fees paid
reimbursed. The customer's right to withdraw due to impossibility remains unaffected.
6. Subject to the provisions of Section XII. all others further
Claims of the customer, in particular for termination or reduction as well as compensation for damages
of any kind, including damage that did not occur on the delivery item itself

XII. Restriction on Limitations of Liability
The exclusions of liability and limitations of claims of the customer in these conditions
do not apply in the case of intent or gross negligence on the part of legal representatives or executive employees, as well as
culpable violation of essential contractual obligations. In the event of culpable violation of essential
contractual obligations
the supplier - except in cases of intent and gross negligence
Negligence of legal representatives or executives - only for the contractually typical,
reasonably foreseeable damage. The Disclaimers and Limitations of Claims
of the customer in these conditions also do not apply in cases in which
Product liability law for defects in the delivery item for personal injury or property damage to private
objects used is liable. The exclusions and limitations of liability also do not apply
if defects were fraudulently concealed or their absence was guaranteed or if life,
Body and health were culpably injured.

XIII. partial invalidity
A contract concluded on the basis of these conditions remains valid even if individual ones are ineffective
Conditions binding in its remaining parts. This does not apply if adhering to the contract
would mean unreasonable hardship for one of the contractual partners.

XIV. Place of performance, law and place of jurisdiction
The place of performance is the delivery warehouse of the supplier. For all resulting from the contractual relationship
Disputes - also for lawsuits in the document and bill of exchange process - the court is exclusive
responsible for the supplier's head office. German law applies; are priority
these conditions as well as the other regulations according to the contract between the contracting parties
apply. The application of those arising from international agreements
Sales law rules (uniform sales law or UN sales law) are excluded.

Guarantee and warranty
We give a used tested construction parts, with proper handling (manufacturing guidelines).

Warranty of 2 months after purchase of the product. Defects are immediately and

to be communicated and designated in writing, even in the case of verbal or telephone advance notice.

Liability is only for damage to the product and for proven component defects.

Damage caused by improper use, consequential damage, etc.

we reject in principle. In order to receive a guarantee, the customer of Steffens-Engineering GmbH,

to hand over the goods for examination immediately and without delay. Should this not happen, we reject the guarantee

performance. If the contractor is obligated to liability for material defects, the client is at liberty

initially only the right to demand rectification. If we are not prepared to make a replacement delivery

or unable, in particular, the rectification / replacement delivery set by us will be delayed

reasonable deadlines or we refuse to carry out the repair / replacement delivery or

if this fails for other reasons, then the customer is entitled, in accordance with § 634 number 3 BGB

to withdraw from the contract or to demand a reduction in payment.

In principle, we do not provide any warranty for wearing parts and untested used parts.

Exclusion of liability for material defects. The contractor is not liable for damage - regardless of the cause

Legal reason - which did not arise from the object of the order itself. However, this does not apply if the cause of the damage

based on intent or gross negligence. The liability for guarantees assumed by us according to § 276 BGB remains

unaffected. Furthermore, this does not apply if we are culpable of a cardinal obligation or an essential contractual obligation

breached duty. The above limitations do not apply to liability for injury to life,

of the body or health.

The purchaser of the product can purchase the guarantee on request. There are no other garntie services.

Individuals who purchase products from Steffens-Engineering GmbH act in the sense of an individual (entrepreneur), here the sale takes place with the exclusion of any liability for material defects. Since the sale is only subject to traders (B2B).

Repair and assembly conditions Steffens Engineering GmbH
Managing Director: Ingo Steffens
Registration court: District Court of Kleve, no. of the commercial register: HRB 8909. VAT ID no. DE256887703

1. General
(1) These conditions apply to maintenance work (repairs) and assembly work.
(2) Deviations only apply if they have been confirmed in writing by the contractor. The same applies to conflicting conditions of the customer, even if they have not been expressly rejected.
(3) Insofar as the following conditions do not contain any special regulations, our General Terms and Conditions of Sale and Delivery apply accordingly, followed by the regulations
of the BGB on the work contract (§ 631 BGB).
(4) With the transfer of the repair order, the permission for test drives applies at the same time
and trial assignments to the extent that this is necessary and appropriate under the circumstances.
(5) If the customer is a merchant, the place of fulfillment is Emmerich am Rhein. Under this one
A prerequisite is also - according to our choice - either Emmerich am Rhein or the factual
competent court for the place of residence of our contractual partner. This applies expressly
also for the document, check and bill of exchange procedure.
(6) All prices quoted orally and in writing are exclusive of statutory
Value added tax. This will be invoiced to the client separately.
(7) To carry out work other than that which has been contractually agreed,
the staff is not authorized.
(8) The law of Germany applies.

2. Estimate
(1) Written cost estimates are only binding if they are expressly stated in writing
are designated as binding and repairs can be started immediately
can. They may be exceeded by 10% when attacking or when
Execution of the order, the execution of additional work or the use
additional parts or materials prove necessary.
(2) If the client terminates the contract, be it because the cost estimate has been exceeded
or for other reasons, he has to pay for the work and costs incurred up to that point, including the expenses for spare parts that have been ordered and already procured. We reserve the right to claims for damages or lost profits.

3. Due date and payment of the invoice amount
(1) Upon completion or acceptance of the repair, but no later than on the day of receipt
the invoice, the invoice amount is due. The invoice amount is to be paid without deduction.
(2) Payment orders, checks and bills of exchange are only accepted by special agreement
and not accepted in lieu of performance only on account of payment, with calculation of all bill of exchange and discount charges. The transfer and prolongation do not count as fulfillment.
(3) If the customer is in default with his payments, we are entitled to charge interest on arrears at a rate of 18% p.a. above the respective base interest rate of the European Central Bank. This does not apply if we can prove that we have incurred greater damage as a result of the default in payment. This also does not apply if the customer proves that no damage or a significantly lower damage was incurred as a result of the delay.
(4) Complaints about an invoice must be made in writing and within 14 days of the invoice date
take place.
(5) Offsetting or exercising a right of reduction or retention
our claims is only permissible if the counterclaim or the right of reduction or retention has been recognized by us in writing or has been legally established.

4. Deadline for carrying out the repair

(1) A deadline specified as binding only begins after all questions relating to the order have been completely clarified. It is extended appropriately if the original scope of work increases.
(2) In the event of unforeseeable operational hindrances, e.g. work stoppages, lawful strikes or lockouts and all other events that we cannot
are responsible for, the contract periods are extended appropriately.
(3) If the contractor is in default, he is obliged to pay the client compensation for default in the amount of 0.05% of the invoice amount for each completed week, but no more than 0.5%. If the customer withdraws from the contract after the contractor has defaulted under the conditions of § 323 BGB, he is only entitled to claims for damages due to non-performance or claims for reimbursement of futile expenses if the delay in delivery was due to intent or gross negligence.
Claims for damages due to non-performance or a claim for reimbursement of wasted expenses are available to the customer in the event of intent and gross negligence on the part of the customer
Contractor even if the underlying contract is a fixed transaction according to § 376 HGB. Same

5. Acceptance of the repair and assembly

(1) The contractor shall notify the customer of the completion of a repair or installation
to share. The sending of the invoice also counts as notification. The decrease
must be made within one week of the notification becoming known. upon acceptance
with engine test bench run within one day.

(2) Acceptance shall always take place in the contractor's workshop or where the work was carried out. With the handover and acceptance without objection, the object of performance is deemed to have been accepted.
(3) If the repair was not or is not objected to by the customer upon acceptance
the acceptance does not take place on time, the subject matter of the contract is deemed to be in order
accepted if the client has used it without objection.
(4) If the acceptance / collection is not carried out on time, the contractor
entitled to charge the customer storage costs.

6. Risk of Loss and Transport

(1) The return transport of the item to be repaired is fundamentally the responsibility of the customer, who also bears the risk of loss or damage during transport
(2) If the transport is taken over by the contractor as agreed, this is done at the expense and risk of the customer, even if the transport is carried out using the contractor's vehicles.

7. Ownership, retention and lien

(1) Ownership of the built-in units, spare parts and accessories remains with the contractor, insofar as it can be reserved, until full payment has been made.
(2) If the parts subject to retention of title are combined or mixed with other items belonging to the client, the latter transfers co-ownership to the contractor
in the amount of the final invoice amount plus VAT, insofar as the main item belongs to him. He undertakes to store these for the contractor free of charge. If processing takes place, this is always done for the contractor.
(3) An existing retention of title extends to secure all claims
from deliveries and services resulting from the business relationship with the client
come from, including future pending claims from the same time or later
concluded contracts. This also applies if some or all of our
Receivables have been included in a current account and the balance drawn
and is recognized. Exceeds the value of the collateral existing for the contractor
the liabilities of the client by more than 15%, the contractor is on
obligated to release securities in this respect at the request of the client.
(4) The contractor can exercise a right of retention on the subject matter of the contract,
until payment has been made in accordance with Section 3 and also payments for previous deliveries
and services of the contractor has taken place.
(5) The Contractor has a right of lien on the subject matter of the contract. power of
Contractor breached his right to pawn sale, he will pawn sale
threaten the customer and notify him of this in good time, insofar as this
under the circumstances is feasible and possible.
(6) The customer hereby steps in if he is not the owner of the device to be repaired
or the machine to be repaired, his right to transfer of ownership
(entitlement) to the contractor. The expectant right serves within the framework of para.
1 securing the contractor's claims.

8. Warranty and Liability

(1) Defects are to be reported immediately and - even in the case of verbal or telephone advance notification -
communicate and designate in writing.
(2) The warranty obligation expires at the latest 12 months after acceptance.
(3) If the contractor is obligated to liability for material defects, the customer is at liberty
initially only the right to demand rectification. Are we for touch up /
Replacement delivery not ready or not able, in particular the rectification is delayed
/ replacement delivery beyond reasonable deadlines set by us or we refuse to carry out the repair / replacement delivery or reject this for other reasons
reasons, then the client is entitled, in accordance with § 634 number 3
BGB to withdraw from the contract or to demand a reduction in payment.
(4) Liability for damage expires if it is directly related to it
stand that the customer does not have a defective item within
made available within 14 days after request by the contractor. the
The contractor's liability for material defects does not extend to damage that is attributable to the fact that parts affected by the defect have been modified or processed by the customer or third parties. The same applies if, at the request of the client, parts that need to be replaced are not exchanged or used parts are installed.

(5) The contractor decides on the necessary remedial work. this
is entitled to a reasonable period of time for the rectification work.

(6) The contractor is not liable for damage - for whatever legal reason - which is not
have arisen on the object of the order itself. However, this does not apply if the cause of the damage
based on intent or gross negligence. The liability for guarantees assumed by us according to § 276 BGB remains unaffected. Furthermore, this does not apply if we have culpably violated a cardinal obligation or an essential contractual obligation. The above limitations do not apply to liability for injury to life, limb or health.

9. Billing for repairs / assembly

(1) The hourly rates are calculated according to the contractor's price list valid on the day work begins.
(2) If the arrival and departure takes place with the company's own vehicles (customer service vehicle)
or if assembly personnel use their own vehicles, kilometer rates apply
calculated according to price list.
(3) Other costs such as allowance, travel and accommodation costs, freight, etc
charged separately.

10. Assistance provided by the client

The client is outside the contractor's workshop for repairs and assemblies
obliged to provide the energy required for the repair (lighting, electricity, operating fuel, water) as well as auxiliary and lifting tools at his own expense and risk.

Export control

Steffens Engineering GmbH points out to the buyer that the export/transfer of goods (goods, software, technology) from our product range is subject to European and German foreign trade law and individual deliveries may be subject to export control restrictions and bans. The relevant legal provisions are namely Regulation (EU) No. 2021/821 (EU Dual-Use Regulation) and its annexes, the Foreign Trade and Payments Act (AWG), the Foreign Trade and Payments Ordinance (AWV) and the German export list, in which respectively valid versions. Furthermore, there are European and national embargo regulations against certain countries and persons, companies and organizations that prohibit the delivery, provision, transfer, export or sale of goods and the performance of services or can subject them to approval.
The buyer confirms that he recognizes the European and relevant national export control regulations and embargo regulations and takes them into account in the context of further use, trade and further delivery of the goods supplied by us.
The buyer undertakes not to make the goods delivered by us available, directly or indirectly, to persons, companies, institutions, organizations, or to sell, export, re-export, deliver, pass on or otherwise make accessible to these or countries , if this violates or runs counter to European or national export control regulations and embargo regulations.
The buyer hereby declares, in particular for the onward delivery of the goods to third parties, that he will take appropriate measures to ensure that the goods delivered by us are not used in connection with a military end use (e.g. installation in military goods) in countries where the EU, the OSCE or the United Nations have imposed an arms embargo.
The buyer acknowledges that the legal provisions mentioned under (1) are subject to constant changes and adjustments and are applicable in the currently valid version.
This confirmation applies to all orders, deliveries and provision to be carried out under the business relationship between Steffens Engineering GmbH and the buyer.