Terms & Conditions

1. In these Terms and Conditions, the Publisher means Textiles Intelligence Limited, and the Customer means the person or company who has placed an order with the Publisher. The Publications means reports, publications, presentations and any other material produced by Textiles Intelligence Limited, in printed and/or electronic format.

2. All orders placed with the Publisher, either orally or in writing, aresubject to these Terms and Conditions which take precedence over the Customer’s own terms.

3. The Customer agrees to pay the price quoted by the Publisher for all Publications supplied. If prices are not quoted in direct correspondence between the Customer and the Publisher, the prices published on the Publisher’s website should prevail.

4. Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Publisher the Customer must pay the Publisher for the Publications in full, before the publications are despatched to the Customer.

5. The Publisher reserves the right to suspend despatch of Publications if the Customer has not paid in advance, and in full.

6. Prices given are valid until the end of the current calendar year, except in the case of special offers which apply for a stated limited period only.

7. The Publisher reserves the right to alter Euro and US dollar prices without notice in the event of currency fluctuations.

8. Cancellations must be received in writing at least 24 hours before the publication(s) ordered has (have) been despatched to the customer. Refunds will be given for the unexpired portion of the Customer’s subscription period, except in the case of orders received via 3rd parties.9. Publication dates may vary. The Publisher reserves the right to postpone or suspend the delivery date of Publications, or to combine two or more issues of the same publication into one issue.

10. If the Publisher fails to publish a publication which has been ordered, within a reasonable period of time, the Customer will be offered a full refund or credit note.

11. The Publisher reserves the right to reduce the number of pages published in a single issue of a regular publication, or to reduce the number of reports published in a single issue of a regular publication. The Publisher also reserves the right to deviate from any lists of forthcoming reports which the Publisher may have written.

12. The Publisher reserves the right to supply Publications in electronic format instead of printed format, or in printed format instead of electronic format.

13. The Publisher is, unless otherwise stated, the owner of copyright and database right in its Publications and their contents. No part of the Publications may be published, distributed, extracted, re-utilised or reproduced in any material form (including photocopying or storing it in any medium by electronic means and whether or not transiently or incidentally to some other use of the Publications) except in accordance with the permissions set out in this Agreement or as permitted by the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 or the Copyright and Rights in Databases Regulation 1997 (as applicable).

14. If the Customer receives the Publication in electronic format, the Customer may:
14.1. view the Publication electronically;
14.2. save the publication to one individual storage medium and print extracts from it provided these are for the Customer’s own personal use only.

15. If the Customer purchases a multi-user licence, such other named users as agreed from time to time in writing by the Publisher may use the Publication in accordance with the terms of this Agreement.

16. The Customer may not recopy or distribute the whole Publication or any substantial part thereof for any commercial purpose or for a fee. However, the Customer may extract and recopy small sections of text or data from the Publication and incorporate the same in the Customer’s own work or publication provided the Customer acknowledges the Publisher as the source.

17. The Publisher reserves the right at any time at its discretion to withdraw or modify the licences set out in this Agreement.

18. The Publisher goes to great lengths to check the accuracy of content published in the Publications. However, it is impossible for the Publisher to check the entire content and therefore the Publisher does not warrant that the publications are accurate or error free.

19. The Publisher accepts no responsibility for loss of profits or other consequential loss arising from actions taken by the Customer as a result of reading reports published by the Publisher.

20. The Publisher accepts no responsibility for Publications which have been mislaid or damaged in transit.

21. The contract between the Publisher and the Customer is governed by and construed in accordance with English Law and the parties hereto submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts. PRIVACY POLICY: The Publisher takes the privacy of its Customers very seriously. Personal information (such as name, address and telephone number) collected from Customers will only be passed to approved third parties in order to fulfil the Publisher’s obligations under this Agreement or in order to make the Customer aware of similar products or services offered by the Publisher.

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