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About USGKnauf In India
ACOUSTIC PANELS & CEILING TILES
Acoustical Suspension Systems
Gypsum Ceiling Tiles
Contemporary design exhibited with a difference, our bejewelled range of Gypsum Ceiling Tiles is available in vinyl, texture, color, paper touch and acoustic touch patterns.
Working on the art of bringing together varied components and developing highly functional systems, we work towards sufficing quality needs of our valuable clients.
Metal Ceilings Microsite
Panels & Drywall
Exhibiting strength and ability to hold structural frameworks, our extensive range of steel framing patterns would be your companion for life.
Powered to add high quality fixtures to various materials, our qualitative range of Joint Tapes are an epitome of strength.
Tools & Accessories (Finishes)
Lending a strong foundation to the entire structure, the tools and accessories at USG Boral will keep the framework intact.
Giving long life to the paints by lying firmly below them, the Tuff Silk Wall Putty exhibits tremendous amount of quality towards weather resistance.
A range of plaster of paris that works wonder to the ceilings and empowered with utmost strength, we make sure that your feel elated on seeing ceiling patterns.
Lightweight building solutions for a variety of interior applications commonly encountered in hospitals and other health care buildings.
Solutions to satisfy specific requirements of education buildings, such as fire protection, sound isolation, sound absorption and impact resistance.
ARCHITECTS / DESIGNERS
We believe we can change the way buildings are designed, built and occupied by delivering innovations that help you work smarter, do more and build better.
BUILDERS / INSTALLERS
Proudly Supporting those who Build, every step of the way.
END USER / CONSUMER
Our plastering products, tools & accessories are designed for the home renovator/builder making minor alterations or repairs to plasterboard walls & ceilings.
Our aim is to provide you solutions and make opportunities to scale your business efficiently.
Resources & Tools
Acoustic Ceilings e-Estimator
Plaster Board Material Estimator
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1. Definitions and Interpretation
1.1 "Knauf " means the Knauf Group Member specified on the face of the Purchase Order.
1.2 “Knauf Group” means Gebr. Knauf KG. and each of its related bodies corporate, subsidiary and Affiliates and “Knauf Group Member” means any one of those entities.
1.3 "Confidential Information" means any information relating to the business of the Knauf Group that is not in the public domain.
1.4 “Conditions of Supply” means these conditions of supply.
1.5 "Contract" means these Conditions of Supply, the Purchase Order, any Procurement Agreement, specifications and/or any other document attached to or incorporated by reference in the Purchase Order, these Conditions of Supply, or any applicable Procurement Agreement.
1.6 "Delivery Point" means the place for delivery specified on the Purchase Order (Delivery Point may vary on a case-by-case basis and the delivery terms should match the corresponding provision relating to the transfer of title and risk in the Goods and insurance as applicable).
1.7 "Goods" means the goods identified in the Purchase Order.
1.8 "Price" means the price set out in the Purchase Order which is exclusive of all applicable statutory taxes (unless otherwise stated), but inclusive of all other costs and charges.
1.9 "Procurement Agreement" means any procurement agreement or supply agreement prepared by the Knauf Group, and executed by a Knauf Group Member and the Supplier in connection with supply to the Knauf Group by the Supplier.
1.10 "Purchase Order" means the order issued by Knauf India to the Supplier for the supply of the Goods and/or Services.
1.11 "Services" means the services identified in the Purchase Order.
1.12 “Supplier” means the supplier named on the face of the Purchase Order or, if no supplier is named, the supplier supplying the Goods and/or Services.
1.13 Headings are for reference only and must not be used in the interpretation of the Contract.
2. Supply and Payment
2.1 Knauf will pay the Supplier the Price for accepted Goods and/or Services per the payment terms agreed within the Contract.
2.2 The Supplier must in supplying the Goods or performing the Services comply with and ensure all the Supplier’s employees, agents and sub-contractors are aware of and comply with:
(a) all applicable laws, regulations and lawful directions or orders given by a Knauf representative; and
(b) all applicable Knauf site standards, policies and procedures; and
2.3 The Supplier must in supplying the Goods or performing the Services ensure that any of the Supplier’s employees, agents and sub-contractor's entering Knauf's premises are appropriately skilled and qualified for the safe performance of the Services.
3.1 The Contract will prevail over all other communications and negotiations (whether oral or written) between the Supplier and Knauf in relation to the Goods and/or Services and over the terms of any other documents provided to Knauf by the Supplier (such as delivery dockets, invoices, packing slips or other confirmations), unless otherwise agreed in writing by an authorised officer of Knauf.
3.2 A valid Purchase Order number must be quoted by the Supplier on all documentation relating to a supply of Goods and/or performance of Services.
3.3 If there is any conflict, ambiguity or inconsistency between the documents comprising the Contract, the following order of precedence shall prevail: Procurement Agreement, Purchase Order, Conditions of Supply.
3.4 The Supplier must not, without the prior written approval of Knauf, assign, subcontract, encumber or transfer any of its rights or obligations under the Contract. Any such approval will not relieve the Supplier of its obligations under the Contract.
3.5 The benefit of any obligation, warranty or indemnity given by the Supplier in the Contract will extend to each Knauf Group Member.
4. Applicable Taxes on Goods and Services
4.1 If the Supplier becomes liable for any applicable statutory tax for any supply made under the Contract, the Supplier may add such taxes to the amount otherwise payable under the Contract and will issue a tax invoice to Knauf as a precondition for being paid such tax. The Supplier will pass onto Knauf the benefits of any abolition or reduction in prices due to an amendment to the applicable tax laws in the relevant jurisdiction.
4.2 The Supplier acknowledges that if supplies are to be made under a recipient created tax invoice then a recipient created tax invoice agreement between the Supplier and Knauf is required.
5. Delivery, Risk and Title
5.1 The Supplier must deliver the Goods to the Delivery Point by the delivery date provided in the Purchase Order or the Contract.
5.2 Packages must be marked with the Purchase Order number, destination, contents, date and weight of each package.
5.3 The Supplier must perform the Services by the date specified in the Purchase Order or the Contract.
5.4 Property, risk, title and insurance risk in the Goods will pass to Knauf upon delivery to, and acceptance of, the Goods by Knauf at the Delivery Point and should be consistent with the Delivery Terms agreed in the Contract (FOB, CIF, CFR, DDP or other INCOTERMS or local delivery terms).
5.5 The Supplier must insure the Goods against all risk of loss and damage for the full replacement value until delivery to and acceptance of the Goods by Knauf at the Delivery Point.
5.6 The Supplier must take out workers compensation insurance as required by law.
6.1 The Supplier warrants:
(a) from the time the Goods are delivered to the Delivery Point, Knauf will be entitled to clear title to the Goods, free from any liens, charges, encumbrances and any right or claim of a third party, and to quiet possession of the Goods:
(b) the Goods will be free from defects and be new and of merchantable quality.
(c) the Goods and/or Services will match any description in the Contract, any relevant specifications and any samples provided by the Supplier and shall comply with the provisions of any relevant legislation, industry standards.
(d) the Goods and/or Services will be fit for the purpose for which Goods are being supplied, and for any other purpose which Knauf makes known to the Supplier; and
(e) the Goods and/or Services will comply with any other warranties or guarantees contained in the Contract or ordinarily supplied by the Supplier and/or the manufacturer of the Goods and/or Services.
6.2 The Supplier warrants that it has all intellectual property rights (including, without limitation, any patents, trademarks and copyrights) necessary to supply the Goods and/or Services in accordance with the Contract
6.3 Goods or raw materials purchased pursuant to the Contract shall be free of asbestos content. The Supplier acknowledges that Knauf also has the right to test (including 3rd party testing) for asbestos or other contaminants such as trace metals, silica, free sulfur, radioactivity and hazardous organic substances prior to the Supply and at predetermined intervals. Supplier warrants to work with Knauf to take necessary steps including returning the Goods/raw materials to the Supplier which contain asbestos or other contaminants.
7.1 The Supplier shall indemnify each Knauf Group Member for any and all losses, actions, costs, damages liabilities and claims whatsoever, arising directly or indirectly out of or in connection with the Goods and/or Services or the Contract, including as a consequence of any claim by a third party that it has a right to any intellectual property in the Goods or that the Goods or Services infringe their intellectual property rights.
8. Defective Goods
8.1 If Knauf discovers that the Goods and/or Services do not comply with any warranty given under clause 6, or are otherwise defective or unacceptable to Knauf, Knauf may (at its option):
(a) have the defect(s) rectified and the cost to the Knauf Group of so doing will be a debt due from the Supplier to Knauf;
(b) request the Supplier to rectify any defect(s) at the Supplier’s expense;
(c) request the Supplier to replace the Goods or re-perform the Services at the Supplier’s expense;
(d) reject the Goods, in which case the Supplier must arrange to collect the Goods immediately at the Supplier’s expense; and
(e) will negotiate a mutually agreeable means of Goods disposal between the Supplier and Knauf
8.2 Nothing in this clause limits or excludes any other rights or remedies available to the Knauf Group, whether provided elsewhere in the Contract or provided by law (and including in relation to defects which are discovered or become apparent after the expiry of any warranty period).
The Supplier must not, and must ensure that its subcontractors, employees and agents do not without prior written approval, disclose any information about the Contract or any Confidential Information.
10. Code of Conduct
The Supplier agrees that, in performing its duties under the Contract, it will comply with Supplier Code of Conduct (“Supplier Code”) a copy of which is available at [https://www.usgknauf.com/content/dam/knauf/India/Website/Documents/Supplier_Code_of_Conduct_EN.pdf] new Code of Conduct (Code) [https://www.usgknauf.com/content/dam/knauf/India/Website/Documents/Supplier_Code_of_Conduct_EN.pdf] and all laws applicable to it, and acknowledges that in no event shall Knauf be obligated under the Contract to take any action that it believes, in good faith, would cause it to be in violation of the Supplier Code, Code and any laws, regulations, rules, decrees or directives applicable to it.
11.1 No waiver by Knauf of a breach of the Contract by the Supplier will constitute a waiver for any subsequent or continuing breach by the Supplier.
11.2 The law of the Contract will be the law of the State of the Delivery Point of the Goods or performance of the Services, and the parties submit to the jurisdiction of the courts of that State.