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About us

  • We are purely Czech company with long-time tradition and experience in sales of used material handling equipment
  • We prefer personal approach and long-term cooperation
  • We provide a wide range of material handling equipment of the most known European and Japanese brands
  • We emphasis on the good price/quality ratio
  • Each machine is carefully tested and the detailed information about its condition is provided to the customers
  • There is also a wide choice of used attachments
  • If you also look for accessories for your forklift like as forks, fork shoes, tyres, side shifts, battery chargers, seats etc., do not hesitate to visit our E-shop

Transport

  • We have large experience with forklift deliveries to all around the world
  • We arrange suitable transport of forklift depending on customer needs
  • We put stress on the maximal efficiency and the minimal prices when organizing the transport
  • Fast and reliable delivery is our goal
  • Your forklift will be in safe hands, we cooperate with reliable transporters tested for years

General sales conditions

General terms and condiitons of VZV GROUP s. r. o., Okružní 1144, 500 03 Hradec Králové, IČ: 27469662, DIČ CZ27469662.

1. General provisions
These terms and conditions constitute an intergral part of each sales contract of VZV GROUP s. r. o. By signing the sales contract, the buyer accepts the terms and conditions, including for all future business relations between the contracting parties, even if terms and conditions are not explicitly agreed again. In case of failure to sign the sales contract, the payment of the purchase price or its part is considered as an acceptance of the terms and conditions.
2. Subject of the contract
The subject of the sales contract is specified in the contract. The seller reserves the right to change the subject of the contract. Change of the subject of the contract must be confirmed by the contracting parties in writing. In the event that the parties have not reached a written agreement, the seller has the right to repudiate the contract.
3. Payment terms
By the contract price is understood the price specified in the sales contract. Unless otherwise noted in writing, all contract prices are net prices. Unless otherwise noted in writing, the contract price must be paid in advance, either in cash or by bank transfer to the account of the seller on the basis of issued invoice. The buyer undertakes to pay for the subject of the contract in full at the agreed time and in the currency of the invoice. In case of a delay in payment of the contract price, the seller is entitled to demand from the buyer a contractual fine at the rate of 0,05% of the total invoiced amount for each day of delay. In the event of delay with the payment of proforma invoice by more than 10 calendar days from the agreed payment term, the seller has the right to repudiate the contract.
4. Delivery terms
Delivery terms or collection terms of the subject of the contract are tentative, unless otherwise stated in the sales contract. Delivery terms are governed by the Incoterms-2010 that is mentioned in the purchase contract. Loading address of the subject of the contract is indicated in the sales contract. The seller is not obliged to ensure delivery of the subject of the contract until it is paid in full, even if a binding term of delivery is indicated in the contract. Any claims for damages in case of delayed delivery are excluded. The loading of the subject of the contract is provided by the sellers at his own expense. Delivery of the subject of the contract shall be paid by the buyer, unless otherwise stated in the sales contract. The Buyer has to ensure at his own expense unloading of the subject of the contract, unless otherwise stated in the sales contract. In case the subject of the contract is an LPG forklift truck, the gas bottle is not provided by the buyer. Information about dimensions and weights of the subject of the contract provided by the buyer is approximate.
5. Transfer of property
The subject of the contract is the property of the seller until the contract price is paid by the buyer in full. Until the subject of the contract is paid in full, the seller has the right to dispose of it at his discretion. Acquires If the seller to the purchaser in connection with the contract claim based on repair or replacement parts, thus reserving the property lasts until the settlement of the claim. full payment of the subject contract, the seller is entitled to treat the contract at its discretion. Acquires If the seller to the purchaser in connection with the contract claim based on repair or replacement parts, thus reserving the property lasts until the settlement of the claim. In the event that the buyer has any arrears of repairs or delivery of spare parts against the seller, the seller retains ownership until the arrears are paid in full.
6. Warranty terms
The buyer has been duly informed about the technical condition of the subject of the contract and agrees with the condition. Unless otherwise stated in writing, the subject of the contract is being sold in the current technical and visual condition, without any repairs or painting. The buyer acknowledges that the contract price is fully consistent with the declared condition of the subject of the contract. Due to the fact that the subject of contract is the second-hand goods, the contracting parties agree that no warranty will be provided for possible defects. The parties expressly agree that the Seller shall have no liability for defects caused by age and wear of the subject of the contract, as well as for hidden defects which were not possible to detect in regular testing . The Buyer is not entitled to claim to the Seller for any defects of the subject of the contract, revealed after its handling over to the Buyer or during its use, unless otherwise stated in the contract. The information on running hours is given according to the current indication of the hour meter, and veracity of these data cannot be guaranteed.
7. Force majeure
Under circumstances caused by force majeure, as it is used in the contract, are understood exceptional external circumstances, which could not be objectively predicted at the time of execution of the contract, and which objectively prevent the seller from fulfilment of his contractual obligations irreversibly and inevitably, or if they can be avoided or reversed at the excessive increase in cost; particularly acts of God, climatic conditions, general strikes etc. Default on obligations of the seller’s contractual partners, power cuts, technical failures and the like, primarily caused by people actions or if they are a standard risk during the work of the contractor, shall not be considered as a force majeure.
8. Settlement of disputes
The contracting parties will be solving any possible disputes by agreement and amicably. In the event that it is not possible to reach a mutually acceptable agreement, the dispute shall be settled in accordance with the legislation of the Czech Republic. The parties agree that any disputes arising from the mutual executed sales contracts, including disputes about their validity, are subject to trials in Czech courts. The parties agree that possible mutual disputes between them shall be resolved by assessing the substantive jurisdiction of the District court in Hradec Králové or the Regional Court in Hradec Králové.
9. Other conditions
In the event that the buyer repudiates the contract, the seller has the right to demand a fine claim for lost profits in the amount of 5% of the contract price. The paid deposits are not refundable. In case of cancellation of the order, the buyer is obliged to pay to the seller the full cost of any modification and works made on the subject of the contract in accordance with the buyer’s requests.