The customer is obliged to immediately take over the goods upon notification of their availability. In case of delays in picking up the goods, the customer is responsible for paying the storage costs to the Seller, in addition to any other rights they may have. If partial deliveries are possible, the Seller has the right to execute such deliveries at their own discretion. Each partial delivery is treated as a separate transaction, and the Seller has the right to charge for it separately. The obligation and delivery deadlines will be suspended as long as the customer delays payment or fails to perform any action necessary for the fulfillment of the business order. Any changes to the order by the customer may lead to changes in the initially agreed delivery deadlines. In the case of pickup at the seller’s headquarters, the customer must inspect the goods, in terms of quantity and quality, before loading them onto the transport vehicle. The customer must notify the pickup at least 2 days before the scheduled date. If the customer fails to pick up the goods within 14 days from the notification of readiness for pickup, the Seller has the right to cancel the order and keep the deposit as compensation for damages incurred. In such cases, the customer loses the right to the ordered goods and any claims related to the order.