General Terms and Conditions

Version 2023:1 valid from 31. January 2023.


  1. Field of Application

1.1 Marts ApS (hereafter "Marts") General Terms and Conditions apply to the delivery of products and services to customers from the aforementioned date, replacing any previously published sales terms by Marts. Special provisions for the delivery of products and services are listed below, as well as a set of general provisions in separate sections that apply to all deliveries. These General Terms and Conditions always apply unless otherwise agreed in writing.

Special Provisions for the Delivery of Products

  1. Product Information

2.1 The products presented on Marts' website constitute the company's standard catalogue. If there are differences in terms, product information, or prices on the website and in other publications, the information on the website always applies.

  1. Prices and Freight

3.1 Current prices for products can be found on Marts' website. Prices are listed in DKK and exclude VAT. Additional costs will be added for shipping. Marts reserves the right to change prices without prior notice. The prices listed on the website always apply unless otherwise agreed.

3.2 Marts' prices for imported products that are not standard stock items are based on the current exchange rates on the invoice date. Upon receipt of the order, a preliminary sales price is set based on the current exchange rate at the time of ordering. At invoicing, the price may be adjusted according to the current exchange rate on the billing day determined by Marts.

3.3 Handling charges are applied to all deliveries. For deliveries of standard stock items, handling charges are as stated on www.marts.io. For special items and orders for export, the total handling charges are calculated upon invoicing the order when the weight of the item/product, the size of the shipment, or whether the shipment is delivered on pallets is clear.

3.4 In addition to the direct handling charges, an amount equal to a minimum of 0.16% of the total order amount is added to each shipment to cover freight insurance.

  1. Payment Terms and Credit Rating

4.1 Payment can be made by credit card or invoice. Invoicing only occurs after a separate credit assessment. Payment can also be made through financing via a partner.

4.2 Invoices must be paid so that the invoice amount is available in Marts' bank account no later than eight (8) days from the invoice date. In case of late payment, Marts reserves the right to charge late payment interest and payment for reminder letters and collection fees in accordance with applicable legislation.

4.3 Marts charges a billing fee per invoice if the customer requests a paper invoice. If there is an error in an invoice from Marts' side, the customer must complain about it by the due date. If the complaint is not made in time, the error cannot be claimed against Marts.

4.4 Marts reserves the property rights to the products until full and final payment has been settled.

4.5 If there is reasonable doubt about the customer's ability to pay, Marts is entitled to reduce the credit period, demand advance payment, or require security for future deliveries.

4.6 The following categories of goods are invoiced without VAT (reverse charge on selected product groups) according to § 46, paragraph 1, nos. 8-10 of the Danish act on  VAT (in Danish: Momsloven): tablets, laptops, mobile phones, integrated circuits, and game consoles.

  1. Payment and Order Confirmation

5.1 By completing a transaction with Marts, the customer accepts these General Terms and Conditions. Accepting these terms makes the customer obliged to comply with them in full.

5.2 Upon placing an order, a receipt with the subject "Thank you for your order" is sent via email. This receipt provides information on the content of the order. Once Marts has shipped the order, the customer receives an order confirmation with the subject "Your order has been shipped" via email. A binding agreement is entered into between the customer and Marts upon sending the order confirmation to the customer; however, the order is binding for the customer when the order placement is completed.

  1. Delivery

6.1 Delivery is made with a transportation or courier service hired by Marts or one of Marts' suppliers. The risk of delivery passes to the customer when the product is handed over to the transportation company.

6.2 Marts is not responsible for delayed delivery, whether the delay is due to delays with the supplier, delays or backorder notifications with the manufacturer, or other circumstances.

  1. Return Policy

7.1 Marts does not offer a return policy. In special circumstances, Marts may accept that a product is returned. If this is agreed upon, the product must be returned in its original and unopened packaging. Orders for special items can never be cancelled or returned unless the product is significantly defective. Marts is not normally stocking inventory, which means that all items are specifically purchased/acquired for the customer's order. The customer bears the cost of returning items to Marts and also bears the risk of the item until it is received by Marts.

7.2 Items that are returned must be accompanied by a return number issued by Marts. The return number is obtained by contacting support@marts.io and providing the customer name, invoice number, and item number. Shipments that are not properly marked with a return number will be rejected. Handling costs, insurance, fees, etc. are not refunded.

  1. Damage during Transportation

8.1 The customer must inspect the delivered products upon delivery. Damage during transportation must be reported to the carrier and Marts. Visible transportation damage must be reported on the day of delivery, while hidden transportation damage that is not discovered or should not have been discovered at the time of delivery must be reported without delay and in any case within one week of receiving the delivery. If the customer does not report transportation damage in accordance with the General Terms & Conditions, the customer loses the right to make claims regarding the transportation damage.

  1. Complaints

9.1 Marts can only be held responsible for remedying any original defects or deficiencies in accordance with the Danish Act on Sale of Goods (in Danish: Købeloven) and the agreement with the customer, including these terms and conditions.

9.2 The customer must inspect the goods upon receipt/delivery. In order to claim that a product/delivery is defective, the customer must immediately report the defect to Marts after discovering it, but no later than three (3) days after receipt. The complaint must be made in writing with detailed specifications of the defect being claimed.

9.3 In the case of a delivery with transportation damage, the delivery must be rejected or accepted with reservation by noting it on the terminal/shipping document. Transportation damage refers to visible damage to the packaging.

9.4 The customer is required to review and test the software immediately after delivery. If a complaint is not made timely in accordance with the above, the right to make any claims of defects is waived.

9.5 In the case of a purchase where the manufacturer handles the complaint obligations as clearly stated in our "complaint information," we will not receive the complaint. The complaint period is in all cases limited to 6 months from delivery, however, the complaint period is only 3 months from delivery for network components and batteries, unless the manufacturer's provisions specify otherwise.

9.6 After the expiration of the complaint period, the customer can no longer claim any defects. For third-party products, the complaint period is as specified in the complaint provisions applicable to the subcontractor. Exchange or repair does not result in a new 6-month complaint period being started.

9.7 In the event that the right to complaint falls to Marts, Marts' liability for defects is always limited to 1) rectifying the defect; 2) re-delivering within a reasonable time; or 3) crediting the delivery without the customer being able to claim compensation. In this context, Marts is not liable for defects in any way, including defects caused by changes made by the customer, repairs carried out by anyone other than Marts or Marts' service partners, software-related errors, loss of data, and lack of backup, including in connection with repair, rectification, and service, incorrect installation, handling, water damage, fire, unstable power supply, incorrect network connection, or any consequential errors due to the use of connected equipment.

9.8 When returning the product, the return shipping costs to Marts must be paid. The order number, invoice, valid case number, and a detailed description of the product's defect must be sent with the product. If the complaint is not properly made, Marts is entitled to return the product to the customer and charge the shipping costs. The return must be well-packaged and in approved packaging (e.g. brown corrugated cardboard). The customer is liable for any loss or damage to the product during transport. In the case of transportation damage due to a defect or inadequate packaging, the goods will be returned to the customer without rectification of the original defect. Marts reserves the right to inspect the returned product and to charge a testing fee if it is found that the product is functioning correctly and that the complaint therefore cannot be accepted.

  1. Warranty

10.1 Warranties on products are issued by the respective manufacturers. Marts does not issue any additional warranties beyond the respective manufacturer's warranty terms unless otherwise agreed in writing.

  1. Responsibility

11.1 If there is a deficiency for which Marts is responsible, Marts will, at its own discretion, rectify the deficiency by repairing, replacing, or refunding the purchase price. Marts has the right to refer the customer directly to the manufacturer or to the manufacturer's designated service centre for the remedy of deficiencies. Additional warranty rights may be provided by the respective manufacturer's warranties, which are targeted at the end user. These additional warranty rights are not the responsibility of Marts.

11.2 Marts is not responsible for the compatibility of products with other products in Marts' catalogue or with the customer's current products, unless otherwise explicitly stated by Marts or indicated in product information from Marts.

11.3 Marts' liability for defects in the product is limited to what is stated above, and the customer cannot make further claims against Marts in the event of defects. Marts is not liable under any circumstances for indirect losses or consequential damages, such as loss of production, loss of profit, or other damages resulting from the inability or difficulty of using computers, software, or other information, or for the loss of data. Marts' total liability is in all cases limited to the total invoice amount for the product.

11.4 Marts' total liability towards the customer (including liability for actions or omissions of Marts' employees, representatives, or subcontractors, and including price reductions, re-delivery, or the like) under this agreement is limited to the price paid for the relevant product under this Agreement in the last 12 months.

  1. Technical Support

12.1 For technical support and user support, Marts is entitled to refer the customer to the respective manufacturers and possibly to paid support from third-parties. Phone numbers for the respective manufacturer/supplier are listed on Marts' website. Please note that support for some manufacturers may be in English, and that support in some cases is only provided via email and websites.

  1. Special Terms for Software

13.1 All software available for download on Marts' website is copyrighted works from their respective manufacturers.

13.2 Upon purchase of usage rights and/or a license for the software, the respective manufacturer's or licensor's terms and conditions apply. These terms and conditions may accompany the software or be included in the software.

13.3 Based on the above, Marts assumes no responsibility in relation to the sale of software, including but not limited to suitability or intellectual property rights.

  1. Special Considerations for Cloud Services

14.1 Upon purchase of cloud services, Marts refers its customers to the respective cloud rights holders, online subscription agreements, or the respective rights holders' terms and conditions for specifically ordered goods or services.

Special Provisions for the Delivery of Services

  1. Agreement and applicable terms

15.1 The following terms and conditions apply to all hosted services provided by Marts to users in Denmark. By subscribing to and/or utilizing these services, the user acknowledges and agrees to be bound by these terms. These terms constitute a legally binding agreement regarding the use of the hosted services covered under these terms.

15.2 If a third-party utilizes the platform and the hosted services on behalf of another organization, it assures and guarantees that it (1) has been properly authorized and empowered by and for that organization to agree to these terms and accept these terms on behalf of the organization, and (2) does accept these terms on behalf of the organization; unless the organization has a separate agreement with Marts. The third-party also assures and guarantees that it has been properly authorized and empowered to use the platform and hosted services on behalf of the organization.

15.3 The user agrees to receive all communications, agreements, documents, notices and disclosures electronically in connection with the hosted services. These communications will be provided by email at the primary email address provided by the user or listed in the user's account, or they may be posted on Marts' website or clearly visible within the user environment of the platform, as appropriate.

15.4 Marts reserves the right to make changes to these terms at any time. Any changes will take effect within one (1) month of being published on Marts' website, and will apply to all future use of the hosted services. Changes will not be retroactive and will take effect no sooner than the effective date unless they are required by law, in which case they may take effect sooner. By continuing to use the hosted services after the effective date, you agree to the revised terms. If you do not accept the changes, you must stop using the hosted services or cancel your subscription before the effective date

15.5 Any deviations from these terms that are requested or negotiated with the user must be agreed upon in writing and signed by a duly authorized representative of Marts.

15.6 Marts reserves the right to modify any invalid or unenforceable provisions in these terms in order to bring them into compliance with applicable law. All other provisions of these terms will remain in full force and effect.

  1. Hosted Services

16.1 Marts allows users to utilize its platform for efficient procurement, equipment overview, and financing subject to these terms. In order to register or subscribe to the platform, users must provide their email address, mobile phone number, and if neccessary, identification documents for verification by Marts. 

16.2 As long as the user adheres to these terms, they will be granted a non-exclusive, non-transferable right to use the hosted services and access the platform upon registration. This License can only be utilized by the user's officers, employees, agents, and subcontractors.

16.3 The license granted by Marts to the user under clause 16.2 is subject to certain restrictions, except for those explicitly allowed in these terms or legally required to be non-excludable. Hence, as a user of Marts, you are not allowed to:

(a) Transfer or give your license to use the service to anyone else (unless facilitated by a third-party who has agreed to the terms described in clause 15.2);

(b) Allow anyone who is not authorized to access or use the hosted services or platform;

(c) Use the license to provide services to other users, unless you have registered on the platform as a third-party yourself;

(d) Republish or redistribute any content or material from the hosted services or platform. However, a third-party may do so only to the extent necessary to provide its services to its customer;

(e) Make any changes to the platform;

(f) perform load testing or penetration testing on the platform or hosted services, or to request that any third-party do so, without obtaining written consent from Marts beforehand; and

(g) Decompile, disassemble, or reverse engineer the hosted services or platform unless specifically allowed by law. Additionally, the user is not allowed to duplicate, alter, modify, rent, lease, resell, assign, loan, distribute, or create any derivative works based on the hosted services or platform.‍

  1. Marts Responsibilities

17.1 To protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the platform and hosted services, Marts will put in place appropriate security measures that meet industry standards.

17.2 While Marts strives to maintain a high level of operational stability, it cannot be held responsible for disruptions or malfunctions that are beyond its control.

17.3 For the avoidance of doubt, downtime caused directly or indirectly by any of the following shall not be considered a breach of the agreement:

(a) a force majeure event;

(b) a fault or failure of the internet or any public telecommunications network;

(c) a fault or failure of the User's computer systems or networks;

(d) any breach by the user of this agreement; or

(e) scheduled maintenance carried out in accordance with these terms.

17.4 Marts will perform maintenance on the platform, including upgrades and updates, outside of regular business hours whenever possible to minimize disruption to the user. When necessary maintenance is likely to affect the availability of the platform or hosted services, or have a significant negative impact, Marts will provide the user with advance written notice via the platform or email.

17.5 Marts is not responsible for third-party solutions and cannot be held liable for the accuracy, completeness, quality, or reliability of the information provided by these solutions, nor for any damages or losses resulting from their use. Marts also cannot be held responsible for the availability, security, or functionality of third-party solutions.

17.6 Marts cannot be held responsible for the business relationship between the user and its creditors and suppliers.

  1. User Responsibilities

18.1 The user must take appropriate measures to secure administrator account access details and ensure that unauthorized individuals cannot access the hosted services using an administrator account.

18.2 The user must follow all applicable laws and regulations in connection with their activities under this agreement.

18.3 The user must not use the hosted services in a manner that results in, or could potentially result in, damage to the hosted services or platform or impairment of availability or accessibility to the hosted services or platform.

18.4 The user is prohibited from using the hosted services:

(a) in any way that violates the law, is illegal, fraudulent, or harms Marts or its reputation or the reputation of other users; or

(b) for any unlawful, illegal, fraudulent, or harmful purpose or activity.

  1. Charges, Invoicing and Payment

19.1 The subscription fee will be billed monthly in advance, and any additional charges will be invoiced monthly in arrears.

19.2 Marts may suspend the hosted services if the user fails to pay any amount owed under this agreement, after having received written notice of the intention to suspend at least 7 days in advance. The notice will be given after the amount becomes overdue.

19.3 If invoices are paid after their due date, Marts is entitled to charge an annual interest rate of the Danish National Bank's discount rate plus 10%, calculated from the due date until the date of receipt of the late payment.

  1. Limitation of liability

20.1 The platform and hosted services are provided to the user as is, and the user is solely responsible for any results obtained from their use and any conclusions drawn. Marts will not be held liable for any damage caused by errors or omissions in any information, instructions, or documents provided by the user through the platform.

20.2 The principles of tort under Danish law apply to this agreement. Marts will not be liable for any indirect damages or losses, including loss of profits, loss of business, depletion of goodwill, loss of data or information, pure economic loss, or any special, indirect, or consequential losses, costs, damages, charges, or expenses arising from or in relation to the use of the hosted services and platform.

20.3 "Marts's liability is limited to the total subscription fees paid by the user over the six (6) calendar months preceding the event or chain of events that led to liability, regardless of the type of loss or the liability basis. 

20.4 The liability limitation in clause 20.1 is not applicable if the damage is caused by gross negligence or willful misconduct on Marts's part, or if such limitation is not permitted under applicable law.

20.5 Any claim that the user may have arising from this agreement will expire 12 months after the user becomes, or should have reasonably become, aware of the circumstances underlying the claim.

  1. Termination

21.1 A subscribed user, a third-party, or a third-party acting on behalf of an organization has the option to terminate a subscription at any point, however, it will only take effect once the current subscription period has ended. Unless mandated by law, no refund will be provided for the portion of the subscription fee paid during the current subscription period at the time of cancellation. Users without a subscription plan may terminate the agreement at any time by sending an email to support@marts.io.

21.2 Either party may terminate the agreement immediately by providing written notice to the other party if the other party commits a material breach of this agreement, or if the other party:

(a) is dissolved;

(b) ceases to conduct all (or substantially all) of its business;

(c) is or becomes unable to pay its debts as they fall due;

(d) is or becomes insolvent or is declared insolvent.

21.3 Upon termination of the agreement and following the end of the current subscription period, all licences granted by Marts under these Terms shall terminate also.‍

  1. Complaints 

22.1 To report any issues or file a complaint about the hosted services or platform, the user should email support@marts.io, use the chat function on Marts's website, or contact the designated account manager (if applicable). An organization that is not subscribed directly to the platform should first contact its third-party before directly contacting Marts.

22.2 Marts will make every effort to promptly and appropriately address issues and complaints, and inform the user of the outcome.

  1. Intellectual Property Rights

23.1 User acknowledges and agrees that Marts and/or its licensors own all intellectual property rights pertaining to the hosted services and platform. Except as expressly stated herein, the terms do not grant the user any rights to, under or in, any intellectual property rights, including but not limited to copyrights, database rights, patents, trade secrets, trademarks, trade names or otherwise (whether registered or unregistered), or any other rights or licenses in respect of the hosted services and/or the platform. Nothing under these terms shall operate to assign or transfer any intellectual property rights from Marts to user, or from user to Marts, except as may be strictly necessary for the purpose of the license and Marts’ provision of the hosted services.

  1. Governing Law

24.1 This agreement is governed by Danish law, except for conflict of laws rules. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) does not apply. 

24.1 Any dispute that can not be resolved amicably must be brought before the city court in Copenhagen.

  1. Miscellaneous

25.1 Any provision necessary to enforce the purpose of these terms will survive and remain in effect after the termination of the agreement.

25.2 Neither party's failure or delay in exercising any right or remedy under the terms or by law will constitute a waiver of that or any other right or remedy, nor will it prevent or restrict the further exercise of that or any other right or remedy. The exercise of any right or remedy will not prevent or restrict the further exercise of that or any other right or remedy.

25.3 By accepting the terms, the user acknowledges that they are not relying on any statements, representations, assurances, or warranties not set out in the terms, and will have no remedies for such.

General Provisions

  1. Links to Third-Party Webpages

26.1 Links on Marts's website may redirect visitors away from the website. These linked websites are not controlled by Marts, and Marts, therefore, has no responsibility for the content of these sites or the links to them. Marts only provides these links for convenience. The presence of a link on the website does not imply approval of the linked website.

  1. Marts' Homepage and Immaterial Rights

27.1 Marts owns the content on its website, which is protected by marketing and intellectual property laws. This means that trademarks, company names, product names, images, graphics, design, layout, etc., may not be used without written permission from Marts. Printing or other personal, private, non-commercial use of the material is allowed. It is prohibited to copy, save, reproduce, modify, change, transfer, assign, or otherwise exploit the material or any part thereof without prior written permission from Marts.

  1. Customer Account

28.1 User must keep their login information (username and password) for their customer account on Marts' website confidential and secure. User must ensure that this information is not accessible to unauthorized parties.

28.1 The customer is solely responsible for the confidentiality and use of their login information. Sharing this information with any unauthorized individuals implies that the customer has granted permission for them to place orders on their behalf, for which the customer will be financially responsible.

28.3 Marts has enabled build-in approval flows ensuring the Company’s ability to obtain necessary approvals for all purchases. Assigning and delegating approval rights enables assignees the ability to approve orders and procure products and services on behalf of the Company. The Company is responsible for delegating these approval rights to employees, and Marts, therefore, considers all approvers as authorized signatories. If the customer suspects unauthorized access to login information, it is their responsibility to notify Marts and change the password immediately.

  1. Data Protection

29.1 Marts and user are each responsible for complying with data protection laws in relation to the processing of personal data.

29.2 User guarantees that it has the legal authority to disclose all personal data provided to Marts under this agreement.

29.3 Marts' processing of personal data as a data controller is governed by its published privacy policy, which may be updated periodically. Users will be notified of any significant changes.

29.4 The user is responsible (and agrees to be the data controller) for all personal data the user collects in the platform as part of its business operations. If Marts processes this data on behalf of the user, the processing is governed by clauses 29.5 to 29.17 and Annex 1 (Data Processing Information). These clauses and annex constitute the Data Processing Agreement  (DPA) between the user and Marts.

29.5 Marts and user agree that the user is the data controller of all personal data collected through the platform as part of its business operations. Marts will only process user personal data in accordance with the categories and purposes specified in Annex 1 of the agreement and will adhere to the data processing agreement outlined in this section.

29.6 Marts may process user personal data only for the duration of the agreement, and for up to 24 months after the end of the agreement, subject to the provisions of this clause 29. Marts may retain anonymized user data for statistical analysis at all times.

29.7 Marts shall only process user personal data as instructed by user. Any processing outside of these instructions requires prior written consent from both parties. The terms of this agreement outline all instructions for the processing of user personal data. 

29.8 Marts may engage sub-processors to process personal data on behalf of the user. The user may request a list of the current sub-processors and must be notified at least 90 days in advance of any additions or removals. The user may object to these changes within 30 days of receiving the notification if they have reasonable, concrete reasons. Marts is responsible for the compliance of these sub-processors with data protection obligations, including maintaining the same level of protection as clauses 29.5 to 29.17 in this agreement. Marts remains liable for any actions or omissions of the sub-processors that cause it to breach its obligations.

29.9 User consents to Marts and its sub-processors transferring user personal data to countries outside the EU and/or the EEA for the purpose of providing the hosted services. Transfers must comply with data protection laws, and parties will use EU-approved Standard Contractual Clauses as necessary.

29.10 Marts will ensure that individuals authorized to process user personal data have agreed to maintain confidentiality or are legally bound to do so.

29.11 Marts shall implement security measures appropriate to the risk level of processing personal data under the agreement.

29.12 Marts shall assist user with fulfilling its obligation to respond to requests from data subjects exercising their rights under data protection laws, to the extent feasible given the nature of the processing.

29.13 Marts will help the user comply with their data protection obligations, including those related to the security of personal data processing, reporting data breaches to the relevant authority, and conducting impact assessments for high-risk processing. Marts will inform the user of any personal data breaches involving their data as soon as possible after becoming aware of it. Marts may charge the user for services rendered in relation to this clause 29.13.

29.14 Marts shall provide user with information needed to prove compliance with data protection laws and obligations under this clause.

29.15 Marts will, at the request of the user, either delete or return all user personal data to the user after the service has been provided and will delete any existing copies, except as required by law.

29.16 Marts will allow and participate in audits, including inspections, conducted by the user or a third-party auditor authorized by the user, to ensure compliance with data protection laws and the provisions of this clause 29 regarding the processing of user personal data. Marts may charge the user for any work performed in accordance with this clause 29.16 at its standard hourly rates.

29.17 If changes to data protection laws make it necessary for either party to alter their compliance with such laws in relation to personal data processing under this agreement, both parties will promptly work to agree upon and implement necessary changes to the agreement.

  1.  Applicable Law and in Case of Disputes

30.1 These terms and conditions shall be governed by Danish law. Any disputes arising from these terms and conditions shall be finally resolved through arbitration at the Danish Arbitration Institute. The arbitration shall take place in Copenhagen.

30.2 Unless the Danish Institute for Arbitration, taking into consideration the circumstances of the case, the disputed amount, and other circumstances, determines that a more thorough review of the case is necessary, the rules of simplified and expedited arbitration shall apply to any disputes arising out of or in connection with these General Terms and Conditions.

30.3 In the event that the case is deemed to be more complex than a simplified process can handle, the Danish Insitute for Arbitration must also decide whether the arbitration panel shall consist of one or three arbitrators

30.4 Marts shall always be entitled to pursue claims for payment default, including non-payment, through the ordinary courts with the Copenhagen City Court as the first instance.

  1.  Disclaimer of Liability

31.1 Marts shall not be responsible for the failure to or delay in the performance of Marts' obligations under the agreement to the extent that the performance of the agreement is either impossible or significantly delayed or made more difficult or will result in a significant price increase due to circumstances beyond Marts' reasonable control, including but not limited to war-like events, riots or insurrections, disruptions to public order, import or export regulations, changes in laws and regulations or their interpretation, governmental actions, strikes, lockouts, blockades or other labor disputes, fire, explosion or other accidents, epidemics, pandemics, and any natural phenomena or shortages and delays in the delivery of services by subcontractors due to the aforementioned circumstances.

31.2 For the avoidance of doubt, it is specified that the disclaimer of liability includes the covid-19 pandemic or any other epidemic or pandemic or any of their subsequent consequences that affect Marts' suppliers' or subcontractors' ability to deliver or meet the agreed price or delivery time.

  1.  Miscellaneous

32.1 Marts reserves the right to change any and all information and details, including but not limited to prices, technical specifications and product offerings without prior notice.

32.2 Information and prices are subject to change due to both written and electronic printing and typing errors, inaccuracies in the specified specifications, supplier price increases and the final sale.

32.3 The information on the Marts website does not constitute a guarantee of usability, suitability or otherwise unless expressly stated in writing to the customer. Current offers are valid while stock is available unless otherwise indicated.

32.4 By accepting these General Terms and Conditions, the customer confirms that the products will be used only in professional contexts, such as within their own business, educational activities or in public enterprises.

32.5 A customer is not entitled to assign the agreement or rights and obligations under the agreement without the written consent of Marts.

32.6 Marts reserves the right at any time to change these General Terms and Conditions.




ANNEX 1: USER PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING INFORMATION

This Annex pertains to the data that March processes as a Data Processor. For further information on all personal data that is being processed by March, please refer to Marts' Privacy Policy. 


1. Categories of data subjects

Customers

Customer officers, employees and contractors

2. Types of Personal Data

Users:

Company name

Company address and contact information

Commercial registration number

User officers, employees and contractors

Name

Address

Contact information (e-mail telephone)

Business contact information (email, telephone)

Role/responsibility


3. Purposes of processing

Necessary to provide the Hosted Services 

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