1. General
      The following terms of sale and delivery apply to all offers, order confirmations and deliveries, unless otherwise agreed in writing by the parties.
    2. Pricing policy
      The prices are those stated in the seller’s current price list or in the received order confirmation.
      Delivery takes place from our warehouse in Soeborg, unless otherwise agreed.
      All prices are quoted exclusive of freight, packaging, VAT, taxes and any handling fees.
      Foam products – We reserve the right to a delivery tolerance of ±5% of confirmed order quantity.
      A handling fee of EUR 65,- is added to purchases of less than EUR 100,- exclusive of VAT.
      We reserve the right to charge a minimum of EUR 65,- pr. item line
      The seller is always entitled to make changes to prices in price lists as well as offers without notice, unless otherwise agreed in writing.
    3. Payment and security
      8 days net, unless otherwise agreed in writing.
      If payment is made after the due date, default interest will be added to the outstanding sum inclusive of VAT pursuant to the provisions of the Danish Interest Rates Act, unless another rate of interest follows from custom or has been agreed.
      Accrued default interest falls due for payment immediately and, on making the usual payments, it takes precedence over all other debts on application. After the conclusion of the agreement, the seller is always entitled to demand satisfactory security for the timely payment of the purchase price, freight and other costs.
    4. Retention of title
      Title in goods delivered is retained until full payment has been made in respect of the full purchase price including delivery costs and any interest or other costs.
    5. Cancelling and changing orders
      Once an order is placed, the buyer is not entitled to change or cancel it. Notwithstanding the above, if on a separate occasion the seller approves a cancellation or change, the buyer will be obliged to pay the costs associated with said cancellation or change, including the costs of storage, quality assurance and accrual of interest caused by the deferred delivery time. In the event of a full or partial cancellation, the buyer will also be obliged to compensate the seller for any loss of profit.
    6. Returned goods and packaging
      Returns are not accepted.
      Notwithstanding the above, if it is agreed that the seller will accept returns, the goods must be unused, without defects and in their original or unbroken packaging. The goods must be free of dirt, etc. However, the return of goods specifically produced and/or procured for the buyer is never accepted.
      Accepted returns are credited less a fee determined by the seller to cover return costs and the seller’s costs of sale.
      If pallets and other packaging are to be returned to Linde & Larsen ApS, this is possible provided that the buyer handles the transport and the return has been agreed with Linde & Larsen ApS.
      Once the pallets have been received and accepted by Linde & Larsen ApS, these will be credited at the invoiced pallet price less 20%.
      Pallets in poor or damaged condition are not accepted nor credited.
    7. Force majeure
      In the event of delivery, timely delivery or delivery conforming to contract being prevented or delayed by events outside the seller’s control, including but not limited to industrial action, operational disruptions, transport issues or any other failure of a third party, or the like, the seller may defer delivery or cancel the order in whole or in part at its discretion by providing notice of this to the buyer as soon as possible.
    1. Responsibilities and Deficiencies
      The buyer is obliged to examine delivered products / services immediately and no later than the weekday after receipt.
      Buyer loses the right to invoke defects in delivered products / services if Buyer does not notify Linde & Larsen ApS immediately after the buyer has discovered or should have discovered the defect.
      Linde & Larsen ApS is in no case liable for indirect losses, including lost profits, operating losses, costs for lawyers and other advisers and other financial consequential losses.
    2. Copyright
      The copyright for the preparatory work and concepts developed by Linde+Larsen, creative presentations, original materials and drawings, etc. belongs to Linde+Larsen and may not be left to a third party without the Linde+Larsens approval, cf. the Copyright Act.



    As a business partner of Linde+Larsen (hereinafter ‘L+L’), certain personal data are collected and processed in various ways. The information that follows concerns this processing and your rights as a data subject.

    The party responsible for the processing of personal data, the controller, is:
    Vat no. 25305590
    Bjerringbrovej 116
    2610 Rødovre

    For additional information regarding the company’s processing of personal data, see the current Privacy Personal Data Policy at www.LindeLarsen.com or contact the company at sales@lindelarsen.com

    If you have concerns about how L+L processes your personal data, you may contact Datatilsynet (www.datatilsynet.dk) or the European Data Protection Board (https://edpb.europa.eu/).

    As a Business Partner of L+L, your personal data are processed to the extent necessary to administer the business relationship, and for L+L to fulfil our obligations towards you.

    Some forms of processing require separate consent from the Business Partner, and such requests are made separately, as needed. All processing based on the individual’s consent can be terminated by withdrawing the consent. This can be done at any time and without explanation by contacting sales@lindelarsen.com

    Data may be provided to public authorities, companies and partners in compliance with legislation and to the extent necessary for the company to fulfill its obligations to you as an Business Partner.

    L+L strives not to transfer personal data concerning European citizens to a country or company located outside the EU/EEA. If, however, a need should arise for such a transfer, the company will ensure that appropriate security measures are taken to protect the business partner’s personal data.

    The business partner’s personal data are kept as long as the business relationship exists and thereafter for the period of time required or permitted by the legislation and standard practice applicable at any time.

    When L+L collects and processes your personal data; you are entitled to certain rights. You have the right to:

    • Request a copy of the personal data that the company processes and details of how the data are processed;
    • Request the rectification of any inaccurate data;
    • Request to be erased. However, this can only be done if there is no other legal basis giving the company the right to retain the data;
    • Request that processing be restricted under certain circumstances, such as during a period when the correctness of the data is under investigation; and
    • Exercise the right to data portability

    L+L takes appropriate technical and organizational information security measures to prevent and limit risks associated with processing personal data, such as unauthorized access, disclosure, misuse, alteration and destruction.

    Only authorized personnel bound by secrecy have access to identifiable personal data.

    L+L websites may contain various blogs, forums, wikis and other social media applications or services that allow employees to share content with other users (collectively referred to as ‘social media applications’). All personal data or other information that is contributed via social media can be read, retrieved and used by other users of the same social media platform, over which we have little or no control. Accordingly, L+L is not liable for any other user’s use or misuse of information that has been contributed via a social media platform.

    In case of questions related to the processing of personal data, please contact sales@lindelarsen.com

    Terms & Conditions last updated 08/12 – 2021.