Terms and conditions of quotation and sale

  1. Pricing is subject to 21% VAT* when applicable.
  2. Quote is valid for 30 days from receiving.
  3. Quote is based on receiving print ready pdf: min 3 mm bleeds if bleed required, cut marks, one pdf file for body (with single pages), one for cover, fonts embedded, pdf must be unlocked, no transparency layers, any text or small objects placed within 3mm to the edge of the page might be cut off when printed.
  4. If PDF will not be print ready according to requirements above, prepress charge will be added to the invoice. Please contact us for the pricing of these services. In case of not print ready file, native file must be supplied.
  5. Pricing is without shipping costs, unless stated otherwise in the offer.
  6. Pricing is without local import duties and taxes, unless stated otherwise in the offer.
  7. If shipping costs are included in the offer, the goods will be sent under DAP Incoterms® 2010** condition, unless stated otherwise.

*VAT explanation:

Value added tax (VAT) is a form of consumption tax used in the European Union and elsewhere, in lieu of sales tax. Since our facilities are located in these regions, we are subject to this tax system as well.

How to avoid VAT:

  1. If the goods are imported and invoiced into an EU country from different EU country (Czech Republic), and if the buyer of those goods is VAT registered in that importing country, then the invoice is issued without VAT. There should be a sentence at the bottom of the invoice noting that VAT liability is transferred to the recipient in the destination country of the goods.
  2. For all remaining scenarios the invoice for goods being exported to another EU country should include the VAT, based on the rate of the exporting country.
  3. When goods are exported out of the European Union: The invoice may omit the VAT as long as an official document is obtained from the customs office, proving that the goods have been exported outside of the EU.

** Incoterms condition explanation:

DAP - Delivered at Place: This term means that the seller pays all the costs of transportation (export fees, carriage, insurance, and destination port charges) up to and including the delivery of the goods to the final destination. The buyer is responsible to pay only the import duty/taxes/customs costs.

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