Terms & Conditions

* “The Company” means PRINT TODAY LTD.

** “The Customer” is the person(s) or company with whom the Company has entered into the contract.

*** “The Goods” means the subject matter of the contract.

  1. PREPARATION – Work produced, whether experimentally or otherwise, at the Customers request will be charged. This
    includes artwork design and pre-production samples.
  2. PROOFS – Author’s corrections on and after first proof, including alterations in style, will be charged. Proofs will
    be submitted for the Customers approval, and no responsibility will be accepted for any errors or omissions found after
    printing has commenced. The charges for designing the product is based on actual hour it required, normally this is
    calculated as £40.00 per hour rate. After making the full payment for design fee, please be aware that it may take
    72-96 hours for you to receive your initial design.

    If the design fee is included within the original quotation, then customer will be offered with 2 proofs for free
    of cost. Any further amendment will be charged depend on the time this may require.

    • COST – The cost quoted by the Company are exclusive of Value Added Tax, the amount of
which is calculated at the
      current rate and should be added thereto and paid by the Buyer. Any price quoted by the Company is subject to revision
      by the Company at any time up to the date of delivery.
  3. PAYMENT – Printing will be delivered when payment in full will be received by the accounts or customers will be required
    to settle the account when collecting the goods. 
    • If the Customer shall be in default of any payment or payments due to the Company whether in respect of this or
      any other contract with the Company, the Company may demand the return of the goods (and any other property of
      the Company in the Buyer’s possession) and immediately upon receipt of such demand the Customer shall at its
      own expense arrange to re-deliver the goods to the Company.
    • If the Buyer fails to comply with the preceding clause the Company shall be entitled to take such lawful steps
      as it thinks fit to retake possession of the goods including entering upon premises or property where the goods
      may be stored.
    • Overdue accounts are liable to interest at 10% after 30 days.
    • Title of the goods shall not pass to the Customer until the Company has received full payment for such goods.
      Pending such payment the Customer shall hold the goods as a bailee on behalf of the Company and shall ensure
      that the same remain at all times safely protected and preserved and separately identifiable as the property
      of the Company.
  4. DELIVERY – Should delivery of work be required sooner than the normal time agreed for its
proper production,
    every effort will be made to secure freedom from defects, but reasonable allowance must be
    made by the customer in such cases. 
    • Any time or date named by the Company for delivery is given and intended as an estimate only.
      Time of delivery shall not be the essence of the contract.
    • Every endeavour will be made to deliver the quantity ordered but owing to the difficulty of producing
      exact quantities estimates are provisional upon a margin of 5% (in colour work printed 10%) being allowed
      for overs or shortage the same to be charged for or deducted.
  5. CLAIMS – Any complaint must be made within 7 days of receipt of goods. All goods must be returned
    to substantiate the claim within the 7-day period.
  6. CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS – Responsibility will not be accepted for consequential loss or damage occasioned by errors, or by delay in delivery.
  7. FORCE MAJEURE – Every effort will be made to carry out any contract based on an estimate, but
the due performance
    of it is subject to variation or cancellation owing to a fire, flood or any other cause beyond the companies’ control.
  8. QUALITY OF PRINTED MATTER – Whilst every effort will be made to match colours of type and logos, a 10% margin in variation must be allowed.