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Company name: Biomontan Produktions und Handels GmbH

Line of business: Trading and Production of chemicals mainly for the Pulp & Paper Industry, Environmental Technologies (municipal and industrial), Biogasplants & Anaerobic Digestion

FN: 209672t

Register court: BG Steyr

Registered office: AT-4470 Enns, Regensburger Straße 5

Contact-Phone +43 (0) 7223/86 131 - 0

Legal Form: GmbH

VAT-Number ATU52153903

ARA-License-Number 8944

DVR: 4012549

E-Mail

General Conditions of Purchase

Unless otherwise specified in writing, the following General Conditions of Purchase apply. Provisions, deviating from these General Conditions of Purchase or go beyond them, apply only insofar as we declare this in writing.
This also applies in case the contractor’s General Terms and Conditions provide contrary information and we subsequently do not expressly object to it. With existing business relations, all subsequent orders are considered placed in accordance with our General Conditions of Purchase, even without separate notice.

  1. Orders

    Only orders placed in writing or through electronic means by the purchasing department of Biomontan Produktions- und Handels GmbH are binding. Other agreements require our written confirmation.
    We ask for the order confirmation to be sent immediately. Deviations from our order must be listed in the order confirmation and require our written approval to ensure the mutual legal validity.
    The involvement of subcontractors by the Contractor requires the consent of the Biomontan Produktions- und Handels GmbH. Questions about orders and deliveries should be solely directed at the purchasing department of Biomontan Produktions- und Handels GmbH.

  2. Quotations

    Quotations of the contractor are binding, when submitted in writing.

  3. Prices

    Prices are understood in accordance with Incoterms 2000, as packaged and discharged and are unchangeable, fixed prices. If there are no prices mentioned in our order, they must be stated in the order confirmation, insofar as there is no general price agreement between the contractor and us.
    Concerning prices, expressly designated as non-binding, we only recognise price increases during the term of contract, if they are ascertainable and justified in detail. In any case, our express written consent regarding those price increases must be obtained prior to invoicing.
    We expect that general price reductions are also taken into account with current orders. For services, charged for by the contractor, unless otherwise agreed, the valid service rates, negotiated between client and contractor, apply. After completing the service call, but no later than at the end of each working week, the contractor or his service personnel must provide performance records to the client for approval. Only persons specifically authorized by us are permitted to approve performance records.

  4. Travelling expenses

    Travel expenses for the contractor’s service personnel (including costs of transport and transport insurance for personal baggage as well as tools, carried along or sent by mail) are paid by us only after appropriate written agreement.
    Unless otherwise agreed to, costs for train travel (including surcharges) or the cost of air travel (economy class) for the service personnel of the contractor will be reimbursed. When using a motor vehicle, a kilometre allowance based on the valid Austrian cost rates will be paid.

  5. Delivery and delivery times

    The agreed delivery dates and deadlines have to be adhered to. Partial deliveries are inadmissible if they have not been expressly agreed upon. Delivery takes place at the risk and expense of the contractor.
    In the case of impending delivery delay, the contractor shall immediately inform us in writing, stating the reasons and the expected duration of the delay. In the case of delayed delivery, we reserve the right either to cancel the contract or to insist on delivery as defined in our legal rights.
    Delivery dates shall only be considered as fulfilled if the necessary commercial and technical documentation (e.g., CE mark, material declaration, disposal requirements, safety data sheets) is delivered in full. Breakdowns and shutdowns on our side as well as cases of force majeure relieve us from the obligation to accept the order and free us from having to pay compensation.

  6. Packaging

    The merchandise has to have standard, practical and proper packaging, unless there are special provisions made. If the packaging is at our expense, it has to be charged at cost. For the return of leased packaging, the agreements reached with the contractor apply. The contractor is liable for any damage incurred during transport due to improper packaging by the contractor.

  7. Shipping

    Without proper shipping papers, the delivery will not be considered as order fulfilled or receive any further treatment, but will be stored at the risk and expense of the contractor. Our order number must be indicated on the shipping documents (packing slips, freight and customs documents).
    Delivery shall be made according to our shipping instructions. The contractor has to choose the best price shipping method adjusted to the value of the shipment. When third parties (shipping companies, etc.) are involved, the contractor has to ensure compliance with our shipping terms. Order-related costs, which are not governed by agreements, are payable by the contractor.
    Drivers have to be familiar with German language (written and spoken). Drivers are obliged to show driving license and ADR-certificate to Biomontan without any special request. Biomontan is authorized to copy driving license and ADR-certificate. Biomontan grants compliance with data protection law.
    Cargo safety is responsibility of contractor and forwarding agent. Drivers need a valid driving license and appropriate training for cargo safety. When a forwarding agent is appointed by the contractor, the contractor will provide the needed utilities for cargo safety for the vehicle, like anti-skid mats, straps etc., so that the appropriate cargo safety compliant with legal laws can be done by the driver. Only vehicles and transport units, which are allowed to transport dangerous freight in accordance to chapter 7.2. ADR, may be used for transport. Carriage of dangerous freight acc. to ADR must obey regulations of chapter 85. ADR. Contractor guarantees, that mandatory operational safety of vehicles and transport units - within the meaning of the relevant legislation - is checked every time before starting transportation.
    Cleaning of vehicles and transporting units obliges to contractor e.g. the appointed forwarding agent and is not responsibility of Biomontan. Contractor e.g. forwarding agent agree, to give a complete listing of all used transporting units (vehicle type, license plate number etc.) and all data of the driver; information about changes concerning vehicles and drivers has to be given immediately. Same holds true for sub-partners, which are appointed by contractor. Contractor commits himself to appoint the transport company which has all needed concessions under public law and appropriate liability insurance. Contractor has to obey all legal laws for transport of dangerous freight.

  8. Goods receiving and warranty

    For proper execution of the delivery/service and for compliance with all statutory provisions, the contractor, unless otherwise agreed, takes on full guarantee and warranty responsibility for a period of two years from commissioning or commencement of use.
    The goods to be delivered or the services to be provided must comply with all applicable laws existing in Austria, standards and any regulatory requirements. By accepting the order, the contractor expressly declares that there are no rights, in particular industrial property rights of third parties, attached to the subject of delivery. If, however, third party rights are enforced, the contractor assumes the obligation to keep us from harm and indemnify us and to reimburse any costs incurred through measures taken in defence of such claims as well as any consultancy fees.
    If the delivered merchandise is defective, we are entitled either to withdraw the order and source supplies elsewhere at the contractor’s expense, or to demand a compensation delivery of goods conforming to a contractual agreement, or to retain the defective goods at a lower value as determined by an expert.
    If services provided by the supplier are incomplete or inadequate, we reserve the right to offset and/or retain the goods. Reception of goods does not imply acceptance of deficits. In all cases, we reserve the right to claim for compensation. When the rectification of deficits has been completed, the warranty and guarantee period shall begin anew. Deficits cannot only be enforced legally but also be asserted in writing towards the contractor.
    Claims made within the warranty period can therefore be filed in court even after the warranty period has ended. An obligation to rebuke according to §§ 377 f HGB (Commercial Code) does not exist.

  9. Invoicing

    Upon proper delivery/services rendered, invoices, in compliance with the procedural requirements existing sales tax, are to be sent to the following address:
    Biomontan Produktions- und Handels GmbH, Chemische Produkte Papier- und Umwelttechnik, Regensburger Straße 5, 4470 Enns, Austria.
    Invoices and credit notes must show our order number clearly. Invoices without order number will be returned to the contractor. In such a case, the invoice is deemed not issued until its re-submission.
    Invoices for any materials must show the method of shipping. Invoices for services rendered must contain a reference to the underlying performance records.

  10. Payments

    Payments, unless otherwise agreed, are made within 14 days with a 3% discount or net within 45 days of receipt and verification of the invoice. We reserve the right to take advantage of all legal offsetting opportunities with our counter-claims when paying invoices. The date of payment does not affect the contractor’s warranty or our right to complain.

  11. Order documents, drawings

    All specifications, drawings, models and samples handed over to the contractor for the implementation of the delivery subject by the client remain our exclusive intellectual property.
    We obtain the exclusive right to use any drawings and documents the contractor made to our specifications, they are not to be used by the contractor for any other purposes, nor are they to be reproduced or disclosed to third parties. Immediately following the delivery or in the case of non-execution of the delivery they have to be handed over in full, including any copies, unless otherwise agreed.
    The contractor is to consider orders and all work relating thereto and all documents made available for this purpose as trade secrets and as such treat them confidentially. In each case of violation of this obligation, the contractor is liable to pay a contractual penalty in the amount of EUR 5,000 per violation.
    This penalty is not subject to judicial review and is payable even if the occurrence of a loss cannot be proven, under exclusion of entering the defence of a nexus of continuing violations as a mitigating factor. The payment of the penalty does not affect the assertion of additional claims through us. No remuneration is made for the development of plans and the like, unless otherwise expressly agreed upon.

  12. Liability

    The contractor is unrestrictedly liable for damages according to products liability law. Any restrictions of compensation claims confessed to the customer according to this or further laws are not accepted.

  13. Place of fulfilment

    Unless otherwise agreed, the place of fulfilment for the delivery of goods or services is the factory’s receiving control of Biomontan Produktions- und Handels GmbH. Any disputes arising from delivery contracts are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the competent court in Steyr, Austria.
    All legal relations between client and contractor are subject to the relevant Austrian provisions. We are permitted to store and process personal data of the contractor by means of electronic data processing.

  14. Environmental politics

    Environmental protection is a priority issue for us! We use all necessary measures to meet environmental standards and ensure the safety and welfare of our employees. We therefore require our contractors who work on the site to meet our environmental standards. In this context, we particularly want to point out the following:

    • We maintain our good relationship with neighbours and the local and national public.
    • We are committed to order and cleanliness (paint, oil, fuel, etc. may not be dumped into gullies or canals!).
    • Disposal of waste accruing at work by the contractor.
    • We are obligated to report environmental incidents (e.g., contamination of surface water, soil, ground water...).

  15. Special additonal Conditions can be downloaded here (German Language only!)


General Conditions of Sale

  1. Preamble

    These following conditions are part of each supply contract. Conflicting conditions or other limitations of the customer do not apply even if we have not objected to this. Any invalidity of individual provisions shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions.
    Any invalid provisions shall be replaced by the relevant statutory provision, which approximates the economic purpose of the invalid provision as closely as possible. Agreements, adding to or differing from these General Conditions of Sale need to be made in writing, unless the statutory provisions of the KonsumentenschutzG (Consumer Protection Warranty) apply.

  2. Quotations, orders

    In terms of price, quantity, delivery times and availability, our offers are subject to change. Oral agreements are only binding for us after written confirmation, unless the statutory provisions of the KonsumentenschutzG apply.
    Orders will also only be binding after written confirmation – especially in cases of § 362 HGB (Commercial Code); we reserve the right to refuse to receive orders.

  3. Delivery, shipping, force majeure and its consequences

    When the goods are handed over to the shipping company, the risk transfers to the customer, even if we cover the shipping costs. Upon handover of the goods to the shipping company or them being made available for collection through the customer, our delivery obligation is deemed fulfilled.
    Unless otherwise agreed, we will choose the method and route of shipping. Cost incurred due to special requests by the customer will be borne by the customer. We can also deliver in parts; the customer is not entitled to reject partial deliveries. We strive to meet the specified delivery dates but assume no liability. In the case of delayed delivery, the customer has to set a reasonable grace period of at least four weeks; this period begins with the receipt of a reminder.
    After elapse of this period, if the delivery has still not been made, the customer can withdraw from the contract; further claims are excluded. War, operational interruptions or traffic disruptions, instruction of higher authority and all other cases of force majeure as well as strikes, shortages of raw materials, additives, energy or labour, loss of production or any other impediments that hinder production and shipment, that prevent or delay receiving or usage or render it unreasonable – even with our suppliers, free us from the obligation to deliver and/or receive for the duration and the extent of the disturbance and entitle us to partially withdraw from the contract; the customer has no right to claim damages.
    If the marketing of our goods is officially prohibited or limited, we are not obliged to take back the goods or to indemnify the customer; if the return of goods is stipulated by law or government, the customer is obliged to return the goods at his own expense in their original packaging in the condition in which the goods were delivered.

  4. Calculations

    Relevant for the calculations are the measurements and weights as determined by us. VAT is not included in our prices, but is charged separately.
    If our prices increase or reduce in the time between the conclusion of contract and the delivery date, the customer is charged the new price, valid on the day of delivery, unless the statutory provisions of the KonsumentenschutzG apply.
    The customer is entitled to withdraw from the contract within one week following the notification of such a price increase by us. Increases in shipping rates or any additional costs for diversions, storage costs, etc., are payable by the customer even if the shipping was free of charge.

  5. Payments

    Our invoices – even for partial deliveries – are payable 30 days after the invoice date, unless special arrangements have been made. Payments are only considered as having been made, when the amount is definitively available on one of our accounts. The customer pays expenses and costs of the transaction. If the payment period is exceeded, we are entitled to charge interest at 4% above the Austrian National Bank’s rate without giving notice and without reminder; we can claim additional default damages or make a non-performance claim.
    If the customer does not pay within the prescribed time period or if there is reasonable doubt regarding his ability to pay or his creditworthiness, all current invoices and bills of exchange become payable immediately. We may also cancel all current contracts with respect to services not yet performed or make the further performances through us depend on appropriate collateral including cash in advance. The submission of bills of exchange requires our approval and is on account of payment.
    All bill of exchange charges, discounts, etc. are borne by the customer. Withholding of payments by the customer is excluded, unless the claim and counterclaim is based on the same contractual relationship, except where the statutory provisions of the KonsumentenschutzG apply. Offsetting by the customer is excluded, unless a claim is established by a court of law, or expressly recognised by us, or in the case of insolvency of our company, except where the statutory provisions of the KonsumentenschutzG apply. The transfer of claims against us is excluded.

  6. Complaints

    Unless the statutory provisions of the KonsumentenschutzG apply, the customer has to inform us of any defects no later than 14 days after receiving the goods at their destination, in writing and with a detailed description of the defects, unless the defects are not apparent.
    If there are deficiencies and the provisions of KonsumentenschutzG apply, in the case of an indeterminate obligation, we can free ourselves from any claims for termination of the contract or price reduction by replacing the defective goods, within a reasonable period, with defect-free goods; we can free ourselves from the obligation to grant an appropriate price reduction by bringing about an adequate improvement for the customer or by supplementing the insufficiencies within a reasonable time period.
    If the provisions of KonsumentenschutzG do not apply, we will take back the defective goods at our discretion and cancel the contract, exchange them for defect-free goods within a reasonable period, bring about the improvement for the customer, supplement the insufficiencies, or reduce the price. Further claims by the customer, especially claims for damages due to impossibility of performance, delay, poor fulfilment, positive violation of contractual duty, indebtedness at time of conclusion of contract or unlawful acts are excluded, unless they are not based on intent or gross negligence.
    If the provisions of KonsumentenschutzG do not apply, any further claims by the customer are still excluded if they are based on blatant gross negligence. The contract establishes no protective effects in favour of third parties. If the customer intends to file claims against us under the title of product liability by way of recourse, the customer has to inform us about such claims within a period of three weeks from obtaining knowledge, in case of judicial recourse immediately, whereas the entitlement issue has to be clearly specified. If the customer fails to do so, he loses his right of recourse.
    The customer is obligated to limit our liability with a similar clause in his contracts with his customers. If the customer does not fulfil this obligation we are entitled to claim compensation for any expenses we incur through the violation of this obligation.

  7. Extended retention of title, retention of title and current account reservation

    Title to the goods shall remain vested in us until the purchase price for the goods has been paid in full. This retention of title shall continue to apply until the buyer has settled all other outstanding claims arising from the business relationship, also where we have accepted other securities (e.g. bill of exchange). We shall be entitled to repossess the goods subject to retention of title without setting a final deadline or declaring withdrawal from the contract if the buyer is in default of payment of the amounts owed to us despite having received a reminder letter for payment.
    Repossession of any goods subject to retention of title shall not constitute withdrawal from the contract unless expressly declared by us in writing. If we do not withdraw from the contract, we shall be entitled to sell the goods subject to retention of title in the open market, offsetting them from the purchase price owed to us. The buyer is obligated to carefully store the goods subject to retention of title and insure them properly against loss and damage at his own expense.
    The buyer hereby transfers the benefits of the insurance policy agreements to us in advance. At our request the buyer shall disclose the insurer to us. We have the right to disclose the assignment of insurance to the insurer and/or ask the buyer to record the assignment on his books.
    The retention of title also covers new products resulting from a manufacturing process (mixing) of the goods subject to retention of title. The manufacturing process (mixing) shall be deemed carried out on our behalf without any claims arising for the benefit of the buyer from the manufacturing process (mixing) and storage of the goods subject to retention of title. Where the buyer uses (mixes) our goods subject to retention of title in a manufacturing process with goods to which title remains vested in third suppliers as well, we shall become co-owners of the resulting product in proportion to the invoice values of the goods used (mixed) in the manufacturing process.
    When the buyer has paid the amounts owed to us, the buyer shall have at his disposal for business in accordance with the regulations the goods supplied and the items resulting from their processing, but he shall not be entitled to pledge or assign them as security.
    Moreover, the buyer shall retain the qualified title to the goods, which is due to him, vis-à-vis his buyers until the purchase price for the goods has been paid in full by the latter. The buyer hereby assigns to us for security in advance any and all receivables arising from the resale of the goods subject to retention of title, including all ancillary rights and security interests. In the case of a manufacturing process (mixing) with products for which such rights exist, the assignment shall be effective for the prorated invoice values of the goods used (mixed) in the manufacturing process.
    The re-seller is authorized to collect the receivables under resale agreements as long as he meets his obligations to pay to us as per agreement. At our request he shall disclose the debitor of the assigned receivables to us.
    We have the right to notify the debtor of the assignment and/or to ask the buyer to record the assignment on his books. Where we are only co-owners of the goods subject to retention of title, the portion of the receivables from their sale assigned to us shall be calculated according to our co-ownership share. Where the goods subject to retention of title are sold jointly with third-party goods at an all-in price, the purchase price owed to us shall only be deemed assigned on the basis of the pro rata value of the goods subject to retention of title.
    Where third parties access the goods subject to retention of title or the assigned claims, the buyer shall point out our title and/or our legal competence and notify us without delay.
    Release clause in the case of extended retention of title: We undertake to release the securities to which the buyer is entitled for the benefit of the buyer at his request if their realizable value exceeds the receivables to be secured by more than 10%.

  8. Advice, obligations relating to the transfer of goods

    Our advice in the form of publications, technical application advice, details of formulas, etc. regarding our goods and those of others, is given to the best of our knowledge. However, the customer has to ensure that our goods are suitable for the intended processes and applications, and he is solely responsible for the use, application and processing of these goods.
    If our advice is the basis for damages, for which we are liable under these provisions, the limitations of our liability in the spirit of article 6 of this document, apply. If the customer hands over the goods to a third party or makes them available to said third party for use, it is the customer’s obligation to make the third party aware of any dangerous properties of the goods; if the customer becomes aware of previously unknown characteristics of the goods, he has to inform us immediately.
    The customer has to include all required legal and statutory documents, as well as consumer information, etc., and comply with all relevant statutory provisions, especially any labelling and packaging requirements. He is liable for any damage caused by failure to comply.

  9. Trademark protection, trademarks

    If goods, delivered by us, are processed, our trademark or any of our distinctive markings may only be used on the final goods if our express consent is given, even if the goods delivered were already provided with our trademark or markings.
    The same applies to the use of our trademarks, distinguishing markings and product names in advertisements, business documents, particularly advertising leaflets and price lists etc. It is not permitted to offer or deliver replacement goods under the pretext, that they are our goods, or to bring our product descriptions, whether they are protected or not, into connection with the term ‘substitute’ or to compare them to substitute products, in price lists or similar business documents.

  10. Place of fulfilment/jurisdiction

    Place of fulfilment for the deliveries is the respective shipping point, for payments it is Enns. All contract parties agree upon the validity of the Austrian law. Trade terms shall be interpreted according to the valid Incoterms.
    Unless the statutory provisions of the KonsumentenschutzG apply, the place of jurisdiction for both parties is Steyr; however, we are entitled to assert our claims at the customer’s general place of jurisdiction as well.

Information on Collection of personal data

The protection of your personal data is an important concern to us. Therefore Biomontan processes your data exklusively on the basis of statutory regulations (DSGVO, DSG, TKG 2003). This data protection informs about the main aspects of the processing of personal data in our company.

Personal data are all data related to you personally, for example name, adress, E-mail, user behaviour etc.

We process personal data exlusively within the scope of our business activity for purpose of contractual performance, for pre-contractual actions, to meet statutory requirements and on legitimate interest (Art. 6 Abs 1, DSGVO).

Responsible according to Art. 4 Abs. 7 EU-Datenschutz-Grundverordnung (DS-GVO) is Biomontan GmbH, Regensburger Str. 5, AT-4470 Enns. You can contact our data protection responsible person by mail via contact-form or by postal mailing at our postal adress with additional note „the data protection responsible“.

  1. Your rights

    You have the following rights regarding your personal data:

    • right of information,
    • right of correction or deletion,
    • right of limitating the processinig,
    • right to object against the processing,
    • right of data portability.

    You have further more the right to complain against processing your data by Biomontan at the following regulatory authority:

    Österreichische Datenschutzbehörde, Wickenburggasse 8, 1080 Wien

  2. Collection of personal data when visiting our website

    When you just visit our website for gaining information, which means that you do not sign-in or Transfer data to us otherwise, we just collect the personal data that are transmited to our server by your browser.
    If you want to visit our website, we collect the following data, that are technically necessary, to show you our site and to guarantee safety and stability (Legal base: Art. 6 Abs. 1 lit. f DS-GVO):

    • IP-Adress
    • Date and time of the request
    • Time-zone difference to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
    • Content of the request (certain page)
    • Access Status/HTTP-Status-Code
    • Volume of data transmitted
    • Website from where the request comes from
    • Browser
    • Operating System and its user interface
    • Language and version of browser software
  3. Cookies

    In addition to the former mentioned data, cookies are safed on your computer when you visit our website. Cookies are small text files, that are, assigned to your browser, stored on your hard disk and by which the instance, that sets the cookie (in this case, us) gains certain information. Cookies are generally used to make the internet user-friendlier and morer effective.

    Our Website www.biomontan.at uses the following kinds of cookies, whose extent and funcionality are described in the following:

    • a) Transient cookies

      are automatically deleted when you close your browser. These include especially the session-cookies which store a so-called session-ID, by with which various requests of your browser can be assigned to a common session. Therefore your computer can be recognized, when you return to our site. The session-cookies are deleted, when you log out or close your browser.

    • b) Persistent Cookies

      are automatically deleted after a given certain time-period, which can vary depending on the cookie. You can delete these cookies in the safety-settings of your browser at any time.
      You can configure your browser-settings in accordance of your needs and, for example, block the acception of third-party-cookies or all cookies. We may inform you, that in this case, you might eventually not be able to use all functions of this website.

  4. Withdrawal or objection against the processing of your data

    If you have given your consent for the processing of your data, you can revoke this at any time. This withdrawal influcences the admissibility of processing you personal data after your withdrawal.
    As far as our processing of your data is based on weighing of reasonable interests, you can object against the processing. That is the case, when the processing is not particularly necessary for our fulfillment of a contract with you.
    When stating a founded objection, we ask you to give the reason why we should not process your data.

    In case of your founded objection we prove the facts and will either stop or adapt the data processing or inform you about our compelling legitimate reasons to continue the data processing.
    Of course you can veto against the processing of your personal data for advertising or data analyses at any time. You can give information about your veto by contact-form or by postal mailing to Biomontan GmbH, zH "the data protection responsible", Regensburger Str. 5, 4470 Enns

Biomontan GmbH, April 2018

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