Delivery Terms definition

Delivery Terms as defined in Section 10.1;
Delivery Terms has the meaning given in Section 4.07;
Delivery Terms means the period(s) set forth in the Confirmation for a particular Transaction for the respective Default Service designations, beginning at the top of the HE 01:00 EPT on the Commencement Date (set forth in the applicable Confirmation) and continuing through and including the end of HE 24:00 EPT on the Conclusion Date).

Examples of Delivery Terms in a sentence

  • UNDP shall, on fulfillment of the Delivery Terms, unless otherwise provided in this Purchase Order, make payment within 30 days of receipt of the Supplier's invoice for the goods and copies of the shipping documents specified in this Purchase Order.

  • World Health Organisation further referred to as WHO shall, on fulfilment of the Delivery Terms, unless otherwise specified in the Purchase Order, make payment within 30 days of receipt of the Vendor's invoice for the goods and copies of the customary Shipping documents specified in the contract.

  • The Authority has all along supported open competition and kept consumer interest at the forefront of its policy.

  • Delivery Date to be understood as the time the goods have to be available at the location indicated under Delivery Terms.

  • Transportation: Transportation shall be in accordance with the Delivery Terms specified on the front page of the Purchase Order.

More Definitions of Delivery Terms

Delivery Terms means the Incoterms agreed in the contract, any amended or supplemented Incoterms in their amended or supplemented form, or, where no Incoterms have been agreed, any other individually agreed delivery terms.
Delivery Terms means the delivery instructions specified in the Purchase Order and as otherwise notified to the Supplier by the Company.
Delivery Terms means, in respect of each Product, the Default Delivery Terms or such other delivery terms as are set out with respect to such Product in Exhibit 1 (Products) or as the Parties may otherwise agree from time to time, and “Deliver”, “Delivery” and “Delivered” shall be construed accordingly as applicable.
Delivery Terms means the provisions of the sales contract which lay down the obligations of the seller and the buyer respectively, in accordance with the Incoterms of the International Chamber of Commerce.
Delivery Terms means the INCOTERMS specified in the relevant Quote or (if none has been prepared) it shall be Delivered Duty Paid DDP for any Delivery Address within the United Kingdom, or Ex Works EXW if the Delivery Address is outside the United Kingdom, each as defined in INCOTERMS 2020.
Delivery Terms means the terms of delivery of the Agreed Supply as set out in the applicable Order Confirmation. Expected Date of Despatch means the date, subject to clause 3.2, by which Glencore expects the goods (which form part of the Agreed Supply) to be despatched to You as specified in an applicable Order Confirmation. Fee means the total price for the Agreed Supply specified in the Order Confirmation. Force Majeure Event means an exceptional event or circumstance which is outside the reasonable control of the affected party, which was not reasonably foreseeable, which could not have been prevented or avoided by that party taking all reasonable steps and which cannot be substantially attributed to that party. Glencore means the Glencore entity specified in the Order Confirmation. A party is Insolvent if it has been declared insolvent under any law applicable to it or is otherwise unable to pay its debts when they fall due.
Delivery Terms. DDU Stembert Mill and DDU Buena Vista respectively.