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Delivery Responsibility & Cost
Packaging and delivery costs are included in the purchase price unless otherwise specified on the Purchase Order. The responsibility for goods in transit rest with the supplier/contractors unless TNB agrees to other conditions in the Purchase Order.
Warehouses Addresses & Delivery Time
Each TNB facility has time schedule when deliveries are allowed. Please contact the relevant facilities to confirm the delivery time.
Three (3) working days before delivery, supplier shall fax notice of delivery to Regional Warehouse including information such as contract (purchase order), line details (catalogue number & description) and quantity to be delivered.
Suppliers are NOT allowed to change the delivery location unless specifically notified by the Regional Warehouse concerned.
Failure to give notice could result in delays in receiving of material or refusal of acceptance.
All deliveries to Regional Warehouses (TNB Distribution Division) and Remote Locations are to be made during normal working hours as follows:
In case of emergencies, suppliers/contractors are to contact the Superintendent or his representative by telephone to make suitable arrangements for receipt of materials outside normal working hours.
All delivery orders (D.O.) accompanying goods must state clearly the following:
The relevant Factory Acceptance Report(s) should also be attached to the D.O.
Conditions for Acceptance at Regional Warehouse
Authorised Visitors and Delivery Personnel
Visitors and Delivery Personnel must have visitor badges if they are to enter any of TNB’s buildings or facilities beyond the receiving areas or lobbies.
Delivery terms for imported products shall be quoted in accordance with International Commercial Terms (INCOTERMS 2000). Amongst the commonly used INCOTERMS in TNB's contracts are:
Supplier must load the goods on board the ship nominated by TNB, cost and risk being divided at ship’s
This term means that supplier pays for all transportation costs and bears all risk until the goods have been delivered and pays the duty.
This term means that supplier delivers the goods to TNB to the named place of destination in the contract of sale. The goods are not cleared for import or unloaded from any form of transport at the place of destination. TNB is responsible for the costs and risks for the unloading, duty and any subsequent delivery beyond the place of destination.