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- First impressions really do count especially in hospitality, does your furniture match your business
MFL creates durable and customisable, laminate and melamine faced chipboard (MFC) panels. They are manufactured with both your needs and current trends in mind. Our competitive lead times and reliable delivery service are ideal for the fast-paced hospitality industry - MFL has all of the materials needed for your hotel and restaurant furniture. We cover the below hospitality industries: Food & Beverage Travel & Transportation Tourism Meetings and Events Attractions Entertainment Recreation Technology Cruise Casinos At MFL, we value honesty. We will update you at every stage of the manufacturing process, from the cutting room to delivery. We will always cater to your needs - striving for the perfect balance between aesthetic and longevity. Our panels come in a variety of colours and finishes, ready to complement the design of any customer service environment, including: · High gloss · Anti-fingerprint · Impact-resistant laminates · Antibacterial grade laminates · Feature CNC detail · Moisture resistant core material The colour, material and finish of our laminate and MFC (melamine faced chipboard) panels can be adjusted to suit the requirements and aesthetic of any customer-facing environment. Each panel can be drilled using one of our two computer-controlled CNC machines, ready for any necessary legs or additional accessories to be added. First impressions really do count. From hotel rooms to cafes, customers will always notice the design and decor of a room. It is essential that your furniture does your business justice - clean, professional, and reflective of the high-quality service your customers can expect. Sleek yet hard-wearing, our laminate panels are manufactured to withstand a busy hospitality environment and will help give your rooms the ‘wow’ factor your guests deserve. So, why should you choose MFL? At MFL, your needs are our top priority. As our customer, you will have a say in every stage of the manufacturing process. Allowing the option to customise the colour, thickness, and finish of your chosen laminate and edge banding, we manufacture each product with your requirements in mind. We pride ourselves on our improved lead times and will ensure that your panels are delivered within ten to fifteen days of placing your order. We will regularly update you on your items’ progress, keeping you in the loop at every phase of the manufacturing process. For your convenience, we will agree on a specific delivery date rather than a week commencing date, so you know exactly when to expect your order. At MFL, we prioritise your needs - ensuring all products are designed, delivered, and installed to your level of satisfaction. MFL is a UK based manufacturer focused on the production and supply of decorative laminate panels. Contact us to help you get started with your office washroom design. To discuss how MFL can support your business with choosing the right materials, speak with one of our experts today on 024 76621122 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Choosing the right materials for your washroom.
It is easy to get caught up in the overall design of your commercial washroom, but style and luxury don’t always equate to practicality. Using the correct materials will not only have a large impact on the longevity of your washroom, but they will also improve the aesthetic of your design, and ensure that it remains durable for the foreseeable future. Commercial buildings often see a great deal of foot traffic, so it is always advisable to consider your options in the early stages of planning. Your choice of materials is a good place to start. Doing your pre-design research will assure you that your washroom can withstand long-term use and maintain functionality and durability, without compromising the look and feel of your design. A good starting point is to consider the footfall of your washroom area, as this will have an impact on your options. For example, Melamine Faced Chipboard (MFC) is the material of choice for areas with a lower footfall, and is an affordable option. It is only suited to drier environments, so would be ideal for offices or restaurants. For busier environments, we recommend Solid Grade Laminate (SGL); the most durable of materials. It is fully resistant to water, so well suited to busy schools or shopping centres. High Pressure Laminate (HPL) is perfect for reasonably robust areas, but less so for wetter areas such as swimming baths or gyms. It can, however, withstand a high footfall. Aside from the usage and footfall of your washroom, there are other factors to consider when planning your design. While some commercial washrooms operate fastidious cleaning schedules, others may prefer something that is maintained in-house, thus requiring a lower-maintenance material. Once you have defined your overall requirements as an organisation, your choices will be much simpler. A clean washroom is vital; a sophisticated restaurant with a poor washroom is likely to put customers off, and encourage them to question the hygiene of the business as a whole. Dependent upon the area, it is sensible to choose a material that is easy to clean and maintain, so you don’t start losing custom. Our durable, customisable and bespoke laminate, SGL and MFC panels can be used to create both style and functionality. Plus, due to their anti-fingerprint properties, cleaning is minimal. For flooring, we recommend clean, neutral shades with no patterns or designs. This will ensure that it remains clean-looking and timeless. The health and safety of your staff or visitors is equally vital. Though a certain amount of water on any washroom floor is inevitable, a soaked floor can be damaging to the material, not to mention hazardous to users! While a carpeted flooring can look attractive, it is impractical for germ-harbouring and long-term use, so we recommend solid flooring with an appropriate material. For cubicles, MFL’s anti-bacterial grade laminates are ideal for ensuring that hygiene levels remain minimal, and long-term water damage is negated due to their moisture resistant core material. Cracks and dents can also look unattractive, and certainly don’t portray a strong image as far as care and cleanliness is concerned. Cheap, sub-standard materials can cause issues such as these, and the costs quickly begin to rise when you need to pay for regular maintenance. This issue can be easily averted by choosing sensible materials that can withstand your organisation’s usage requirements, without having to ruin the aesthetic. MFL’s impact-resistant laminates are a superb choice for their durability, while flooring will benefit from a smooth, sturdy material. Many companies are now opting for a coordinated washroom that offers continuity with the rest of the workplace. This not only presents your organisation in a good light, but also enables staff a sense of pride and comfort. Floors, walls, colour schemes and even low-cost refurbished accessories can be utilised to achieve this, and it ensures that the area isn’t overlooked. When choosing the appropriate materials for your commercial washroom, you will need to consider practicality, durability, budget and aesthetics. MFL’s range of laminate panels provide you with all of these, so please get in touch today to find an ideal solution for your washroom.
- Top Design Trends for Office Tables
Office tables and desks are likely to monopolise the majority of your workspace and are probably the most utilised of all office furniture. Therefore, it is important that you choose a material that provides longevity and also offers a pleasing aesthetic. Over recent years laminate has quickly become the most popular choice for office desks and tables. Yes! The same laminate that was once considered the cheap and tacky option for those that couldn’t afford mahogany desks. The truth couldn’t be more different; the colour, finish, and design of laminate can now be personalised to suit your brand and workspace and can easily replicate natural materials such as cork and bamboo. With a non-scratch surface, it is also able to overcome the inevitable knocks and scratches caused by heavy usage, and its easy-to-clean surface means that your workspace can be always kept hygienic and germ-free. There are many ways of making office tables that bit more interesting. We’ve outlined a few of our favourites below. Nature Meets Laminate Many organisations are now facing pressure to provide ‘healthy’ offices to ensure employee wellbeing. You may have noticed that indoor plants are becoming a huge trend; an attractive and healthy means of incorporating a bit of the external environment into a busy office. Natural wood is equally as enchanting, and partners beautifully with the rise in biophilic design. However, you can create this look without breaking the bank. Woodgrain laminate creates a similar effect and can be used for desks and tables to project an earthy and calming aesthetic that your teams will love. Be Bold. Dare yourself to do something different! Employees are being encouraged to collaborate more than ever before, so relaxing lounges, kitchens and common areas are on-trend. Striking coffee tables can be designed in bright, patterned laminate, and occasional tables of any shape or size can create talking points. Eye-catching areas that provide comfort, luxury whilst looking unique and interesting are highly functional, and proven to improve employee productivity. Multitasking Tables. How about a quiet area for brainstorming that comprises a long table, a writable board and comfortable seating? An ideal area for a few team members to throw ideas around. Alternatively, the area can be used for employees requiring some private time away from the noise and bustle of a busy office. Create numerous areas in just one environment that boast sophistication, professionalism and versatility. One table – many uses! Striking Reception Desks. The reception lobby is the first area that employees, clients and visitor’s encounter; this is the moment that will provide that first impression, that will shape their opinions of your organisation. Choose standard curved desks or opt for something a little more futuristic and daring; incorporate a trendy coffee table that complements your brand, as well as holding the proverbial welcome drink. Aside from the inevitable and necessary functionality that laminate provides, you can choose to create an eye-catching area that people will remember with a unique design and bespoke customised desk shapes and colours. Laminate is undoubtedly capable of providing you with a beautiful desk finish, but it’s functionality mustn’t be overlooked. It is durable, hygienic, provides longevity and is pleasantly affordable. Boasting a range of laminate options to suit your personal requirements, MFL provide durable, customisable and bespoke laminate that will fall into your desired design with ease. Let MFL assist you in providing functionality and style, all in one. Now that you’ve read through our suggestions, you may have a few ideas of your own. Please get in touch…
- Terms and Conditions | MFL
Terms and Conditions TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF GOODS AND SERVICE These are the Terms and Conditions that shall apply to the Goods and Services supplied by Maxwood Fabrications Limited (Company Number 11738422) of Bodmin Road, Wyken, Coventry, CV2 5DB, VAT registration number 396929621. These Terms and Conditions shall take precedence over any inconsistent provisions of any other contract documents. The Customer’s acceptance of these terms and conditions shall be evidenced by the Customer’s signature or by permitting Maxwood to commence the Services. 1. DEFINITIONS 1.1 The following definitions shall apply to these terms and conditions: Contract: the agreement between Us and the Customer incorporating these terms and conditions. Customer/You/Your/s: the person, business, company or organisation to whom We agree to supply the Goods and/or Services. Data Protection Legislation: the UK General Data Protection Regulation (“UK GDPR”) and the Data Protection Act 2018 as amended or updated from time to time, and any successor legislation to the UK GDPR or the Data Protection Act 2018 and all other applicable statutes, directives, or regulations which may supplement, amend, or replace them and relate to data privacy. Delivery Date: the delivery dates as set out in the Order Confirmation. Goods: such goods as are manufactured, produced or procured by Us for the provision of the Services. Intellectual Property Rights: means patents, copyright, moral rights, trademarks and service marks, business names and domain names, rights in get-up and trade dress, goodwill and the right to sue for passing off or unfair competition, rights in designs, rights in computer software, database rights, rights to use, and protect the confidentiality of, know-how and trade secrets and all other intellectual property rights, in each case whether registered or unregistered and including all applications and rights to apply for and be granted, renewals or extensions of, and rights to claim priority from, such rights and all similar or equivalent rights or forms of protection which subsist or will subsist now or in the future in any part of the world. Maxwood/We/Us/Our/s: Maxwood Fabrications Limited Order: the order provided by the Customer to which these terms and conditions shall apply Order Confirmation: means the email We sent You acknowledging the details and expected delivery date of Your Order. Quotations: the proposal setting out the Services to be provided to the Customer and the costs involved which shall, if not accepted by the Customer, lapse after a period of 30 days unless We agree that it may be extended. We reserve the right to withdraw any Quotation at any time before Our Order Confirmation. Purchase Price: the amount to be paid by You for the Goods and/or Services. Relevant Event/s: as set out in clause 5. Section/s: the division of the Services into different sections as shown in the Quotation. Services/ Sub-Contract Works/The Works: the services to be carried out by Us including materials, goods or plant delivered to, placed on or adjacent to the Site. Site: the location set out in the Order Confirmation where We will provide the Services. Workshop Drawing/s Work: We are able to supply detailed drawings as an additional service which will need to be signed off by You for our manufacturing purposes. Working Hours: Our standard working hours are Monday to Thursday 07:00 to 16:00 and 07:00 to 14:45 on Friday. 2. CONTRACT DOCUMENTATION 2.1. No other document included by way of reference in Your correspondence will be binding upon Us or form part of the Contract between the parties. 2.2. We are entitled to rely on the accuracy and completeness of any plans and specifications and reports of site conditions provided to Us by You. Our obligation to examine documents, the site for the Services and materials and work completed by others is limited to notification by You of any defects or deficiencies that any reasonable contractor in the same or similar trade as Us would discover by reasonable visual inspection. 2.3. Unless otherwise notified in writing by You, We shall be entitled to rely and act on any instruction from any person purporting to be Your agent/employee. 3. CARRYING OUT OF THE SERVICES 3.1. We shall carry out and complete the Services as stated in the Order Confirmation using all reasonable skill and care and of a standard and quality commensurate with the price paid for the Services. 3.2 Manufacture will commence based on the details contained in our Order Confirmation unless notified within 24 hours of any changes required by You. If You do not notify Us of any required amendments within 24 hours, We reserve the right to charge You in resect of any necessary additional work that You may require. 3.4. Time shall not be of the essence in respect of any provision of the Services by Us. Any changes to the phasing, sequencing or coordination of the Services must be notified in writing to Us within a reasonable allow Us to reschedule Our own programme. We shall not be liable for any delay in the provision of the Services which caused by circumstances beyond Our control. 3.5. Where We are unable to gain access to the Site in order to provide the Services, We shall be entitled to charge You in respect of the wasted delivery time and all other costs incurred by Us. We may deliver the Services in instalments. 3.6 We shall not be responsible for removal of anything used to protect the Services, or to replace the protection afterwards, including those removed by others. Where such removal is necessary in order to enable signature of documentation to facilitate practical completion, We shall not be liable for such removal and shall have no liability in the event that practical completion is delayed as a consequence. 3.7. Final removal of protection or cleaning of the Services shall be completed by You. 3.8 You accept and agree that measurements may not be exact and that tolerances of +/-1.5mm for both length and width between individual components as stipulated in BS4965:1999 (or such other tolerances as may be industry accepted standards from time to time), are acceptable and You shall have no rights in respect of such variances to the Services. It is Your responsibility to ensure any wall opening or ceiling height shall be within 5mm of agreed dimensions and We do not accept any liability in respect of this if You do not do so. 4. PURCHASE PRICE AND PAYMENT 4.1. The Purchase Price shall be the VAT exclusive sum set out in the Order Confirmation together with any variations agreed between the parties. The different sections of the Services may have separate Purchase Prices. In addition to the Purchase Price, You shall pay VAT 4.2. Payment for Services undertaken are due 30 days from the date of the invoice that We send You, unless We agree otherwise in writing. 4.3. Except as expressly set out in these terms and conditions, all other sums will be due for payment by no later than 30 days from the date of the invoice. 4.4. If You fail to pay the amount due to Us by the payment date, interest may be added to the unpaid amount from the final date of payment until the actual date of payment. This shall be calculated on a daily basis at the annual rate of 8% above the base rate set from time to time by the Bank of England. The parties acknowledge that the Your Liability under this paragraph 4.6 is a substantial remedy for the purposes of section 8(1) of the Late Payment of Commercial Debt (Interest) Act 1998. 4.5 We may require a deposit to be paid, in advance of the provision of Services and may at any time during the performance of the contract request that payment be made by instalments. 4.6 We may allow You to have an approved credit account and this will be on such terms as We shall specify. 4.9 We may in Our absolute discretion, decline any application for a credit account and We are not obliged to give any reason for such decision. 4.7 In the event that We agree credit terms with You, We may, in Our absolute discretion, and without liability to You, at any time and without notice either: withdraw You credit account; 4.7.2 reduce any credit limit or 4.7.3 bring forward the due date for payment. 4.8 By placing an order with Us or applying for a credit account, You: 4.8.1 consent to Us carrying out such credit referencing and other due diligence as We consider appropriate on an ongoing basis; and 4.8.2 agree that You shall, at Our request, provide all information reasonably requested by Us in relation to Your and shall promptly notify Us of any material changes in Your identity or financial arrangements. 4.9 If You fail to pay any sums due to Us under this Contract, or any other Contract that We have in place with You, by the payment date We may suspend the performance of any or Our entire Services and other obligations to You by giving not less than three days’ notice to You of Our intention to do so and stating the ground or grounds on which We intend to suspend performance. 4.9. In the event of a suspension in accordance with this Contract, You shall pay Us: 4.9.1. A reasonable amount in respect of costs and expenses reasonably incurred by Us as a result of any exercise of Our rights referred to in clause 4.9; 4.9.1. Taking into account any sums paid under clause 4.9.1 all reasonable expenses and disbursements properly and necessarily incurred by Us in resuming the performance of the Services and such payment shall be Our compensation for suspension of Our Services and obligations under this Contract. 5. RELEVANT EVENTS AND EXTENSION OF TIME 5.1. We have priced Our Purchase Price so that, where relevant, delivery takes place in one visit and on the assumption that You have provided to Us accurate and timely information. We shall be entitled to an extra payment in addition to the Purchase Price for (including but not limited to) any increased cost of labour, supervision, equipment or materials, reasonable overheads and profits in the event that the following events (“Relevant Events”) occur:- 5.1.2. Any delays or disruptions (which are not caused by Us) due to changes in the scope, size and complexity of the Services; 5.1.3. The Services are accelerated or We have to execute them out of sequence; 5.1.4. There are any changes beyond Our reasonable control including but not limited to those caused by pandemic or epidemic, strike, fire, flood, delays in manufacture or transportation of goods or material required for the Services; 5.1.5. Suspension by Us of the performance of any or all Our obligations or the Services due to Your failure to pay Us any sums due to Us whatsoever; 5.1.6. Late or delayed instruction from You in such event, We shall not be liable to pay any liquidated or ascertained damages; 5.1.7. Other delays caused by You; 5.1.8. Services carried out outside normal Working Hours; 5.1.9. Abortive site visits or time spent on site not carrying out the Services where not due to any act or default on Our part; or 5.1.10 There has been an increase in the cost of raw materials, labour, utilities or other such items since the date that the Purchase Price was stated by Us. 5.2. We shall be entitled to an extension of time for the performance of the Services, without any liability to You, if it becomes reasonably apparent that the progress of the Services or any section of the Services are being or likely to be delayed as a result of any of the Relevant Events or any other causes or delays and We have given 1 day’s notice to You. We shall state in Our notice the expected period of delay in the completion of the Services or any section of the Services beyond the Delivery Dates. 6. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS 6.1 The Intellectual Property Rights in any materials, Software and/or equipment, in whatever form, existing prior to the entering into of a Contract, or developed solely by one party entirely independently and unrelated to the Contract, shall be owned by the developing party. 6.2 The Intellectual Property Rights in any materials, Software and/or equipment, including drawings, designs, specifications or data, developed or produced by Us in pursuance of a Contract shall remain vested in Us unless specifically agreed otherwise in writing by Us prior to entering into the Contract. 7. WARRANTIES AND LIABILITIES 7.1. You expressly acknowledge and agree that We do not warrant the adequacy, sufficiency, suitability or building regulations compliance of the plans, specifications or Services and it shall be Your sole responsibility for ensuring that any Services supplied by Us meet Your requirements and are fit for Your purposes. 7.2. All materials and Services shall be provided in accordance with the respective industry’s performance standards and with reasonable skill and care. 7.3 Save as set out in clause 7.2 We give no other warranties and We exclude, to the fullest extent permitted by law, all warranties, terms and conditions that would otherwise be implied into the Contract, including all warranties implied by law, custom and practice and course of dealing as to the quality of Goods and/or Services and their fitness for purpose. 7.4 Subject to clause 7.10 We shall not be liable, whether in contract (including fundamental breach), tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty or otherwise for any defect in the Goods or the Services 7.5 You shall inspect the Goods on delivery. If any Goods are defective on delivery (or only partially delivered) You must: 7.5.1 inform Us (in writing), with full details within 48 hours of delivery; and 7.5.2 allow Us to investigate the alleged defect; and 7.5.3 return any Goods to Us at Your expense when We ask You to do so. 7.6 We shall not be liable for any defect in relation to the Services where: 7.6.1 the defect arises because You have failed to follow Our instructions as to the storage, installation, commissioning, use or maintenance of the Goods (or if there are none, good practice); or 7.6.2 You replace, repair or fit parts to the Goods which were not supplied by Us or without Our written consent; or 7.6.3 You have stored, handled or applied the Goods in such a way that damage is likely to occur; or 7.6.4 the defect is caused by vandalism or damage caused by someone other than Us; or 7.6.5 the defect is as a result of any factor not know to Us at the time We entered into the Contract with You; or 7.6.6 the defect is as a result of ground conditions, moisture levels, sunlight, shade or other such factors. 7.7 If, following Our investigations, the Goods have not been supplied or any Goods or Services supplied are found to be defective, and You have complied in full with clause 7.5, We shall, at Our sole option replace or repair the Goods, re-perform the Services or refund the price of Goods. 7.8 Subject to clause 7.10, We shall not be liable to You or to any person claiming through You for any loss or injury howsoever arising from the Contract, any collateral contract, the supply of Goods or their use or the provision of Services. 7.9 Subject to clause 7.10, Our liability to You for all other losses arising under or in connection with the Contract or any collateral contract, whether in contract (including fundamental breach), tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty or otherwise shall be limited to the Purchase Price or £50,000 whichever is the lower sum. 7.10 Nothing in the Contract restricts or limits Our liability for death or personal injury resulting from negligence, for fraud or for any other liability which may not be excluded or restricted by law. 8. TITLE AND RISK 8.2. All Goods shall remain Our property until You have paid all sums due to Us. 9. INSURANCE 9.1. You shall ensure that You are fully insured and shall maintain all relevant insurance to cover all of Your liabilities under this Contract and shall, when requested to do so, supply evidence of such insurance to Us. 10. TERMINATION OF CONTRACT 10.1 We may suspend or cancel this Contract or any part of it, by written notice if: 10.1.1 You fail to pay Us any money when due (under the Contract or otherwise); 10.1.2 You do not comply with any of Your obligations under this Contract; or 10.1.3 You suffer an Insolvency Event. 10.2 Subject to this clause 10.2, You may only cancel the Contract or any part of it if We agree in writing and, in such circumstances, You shall pay Us the sums due for costs incurred up to cancellation, including: 10.2.1 any material, processing and manufacturing costs; 10.2.2 the price of bespoke Goods and/or Services; 10.2.3 costs of failed delivery attempts; and 10.2.4 any other costs related to the Contract which We have incurred. 10.3 “Insolvency Event” means if You go into liquidation or a winding up petition is presented in respect of you (other than for the purpose of a solvent bona fide reconstruction) and such petition is not discharged within 7 days of its presentation or an order is made for the appointment of an administrator or documents are filed for the appointment of an administrator or notice of intention to appoint an administrator is given by You, Your directors or a qualifying floating charge holder, or a receiver or administrative receiver is appointed over the whole or any part of Your assets of You propose to enter or make any arrangement or composition with Your creditors or make an application to a court for the protection of Your creditors in any way, are otherwise unable to pay Your debts (within the meaning of any relevant insolvency law) or are the subject of any similar event in any jurisdiction; 10.4 In the event of any termination of this Contract, We shall be entitled to payment from You for all costs incurred by Us for which We have not received payment, plus reasonable overhead, profit, expenses, legal fees, interest, and overhead and profit on unperformed work. 11 ADJUDUCATION 11.1. In the event of any dispute or difference between Us and You in regard to any matter or thing of whatsoever nature arising out of this Contract or in relation to the Works, such dispute or difference shall be referred to an Adjudicator named by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors. The appointment of an Adjudicator, the powers of the Adjudicator and the effects of the Adjudicator’s decision shall then be in accordance with those set out and included under Part 1 if the Scheme for Construction Contracts (England and Wales) Regulations 1996. 12. GENERAL 12.1 Any waiver of a part of the Contract is binding only if it is made (or recorded by Us) in writing and expressly states an intention to waive a part of these Conditions. Such a waiver shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any subsequent breach or default. 12.2 No failure or delay by a party in exercising any right or remedy under the Contract or by law shall constitute a waiver of that or any other right or remedy, nor preclude or restrict its further exercise. No single or partial exercise of such right or remedy shall preclude or restrict the further exercise of that or any other right or remedy. 12.3 Any variation, including the introduction of any additional terms and conditions, to the Contract, shall only be binding when agreed in writing and signed by Us. 12.4 Unless specifically provided otherwise, rights arising under the Contract are cumulative and do not exclude rights provided by law. 12.5 Nothing in the Contract is intended to, or shall be deemed to, constitute a partnership or joint venture of any kind between any of the parties, nor constitute any party the agent of another party for any purpose. No party shall have authority to act as agent for, or to bind, the other party in any way. 12.6 If We are unable to perform Our obligation to You under the Contract because of a Force Majeure Event We may, without liability to You cancel or suspend any of Our obligations to You on notice. 12.7 Both parties agree to comply with their respective obligations under the Data Protection Legislation in respect of any Personal Data, which they supply or receive under, or in connection with, this Contract in their respective roles as either Data Controller or Data Processor (as defined under Data Protection Legislation). Where a party is Data Controller it will ensure that it has obtained from all relevant Employees all consents which may be necessary in order for it, or the Data Processor, to lawfully process Personal Data about those Employees for the purposes of delivering the Services and Products. The parties both warrant that they shall both take appropriate technical and organisational measures against the unauthorised or unlawful processing of Personal Data and the accidental loss or destruction of, or damage to, Personal Data. 12.8 If any provision of this Contract (or part of any provision) is held by any competent authority to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that provision or part-provision shall, to the extent required, be deemed not to form part of this Contract, and the validity and enforceability of the other provisions of this Contract shall not be affected. 12.9 Any notice given in respect of this Contract shall be deemed to have been given if delivered personally (including by courier) to either party at their respective addresses indicated on the order, or at such other address as may be notified by either party from time to time in writing, at the time of delivery or if sent by prepaid, recorded delivery, or first class post in the UK, 2 Business Days after posting or if outside the UK, 7 Business Days after posting. 12.10 Except as expressly provided for in this clause 12.10 a person who is not a party to this Contract shall not have any rights under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 to enforce any term of this Contract. Our assignees shall have the right to enforce the provisions of this Contract. 12.11 We may at any time assign, transfer, charge, subcontractor deal in any other manner with all or any of Our rights under the Contract and may subcontract or delegate in any manner any or all of Our obligations under the Contract to any third party. 12.12 You shall not, without Our prior written consent, assign, transfer, charge, subcontract or deal in any other manner with all or any of Your rights or obligations under the Contract. 12.13 The Contract, and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with it or its subject matter or formation (including non-contractual disputes or claims), shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, English law and the parties irrevocably submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.
- Laminate Manufacturers | MFL
Home Services Industry Accommodation Education Healthcare Hospitality Laboratory Office Retail Washrooms About Our Partners Contact Blog Search Results WE ARE UK MANUFACTURERS & SUPPLIERS OF DECORATIVE LAMINATE PANELS Fabrication on demand MFL is a UK-based manufacturer, focused on the production and supply of decorative laminate panels. Which gives you quicker lead times and less transport issues. Our products are fit for a vast array of applications, including office furniture, educational and laboratory furniture, exhibition, retail stands and shopfitting. Services Industry Industries we supply Read More Education Durable and hard-wearing, our laminate panels are designed to withstand busy classroom environments Read More Office Employees, clients and customers will always notice desk-space Read More Hospitality First impressions really do count, from hotel rooms to cafes Read More Laboratory Durable and customisable, our panels are the perfect fit for any modern laboratory environment. Accomdation Read More Accommodation Any form of accommodation, from hotels, student and commercial space Read More Retail Furniture is an integral part of what makes a retail store appealing to its customers Read More Healthcare Surfaces used within a healthcare environment should be easy to clean and non-porous Read More Washrooms It is important for washrooms to be designed with both style and functionality in mind About Us As our customer, your needs are our top priority. At MFL, we pride ourselves on our market-leading delivery times. We will work with you to ensure a delivery schedule that suits your needs is adhered to, keeping you regularly updated on the progress of your order. To help manage our delivery schedule, we will agree on a specific delivery date rather than a week commencing date, so you know exactly when to expect your order. By combining honest, reliable customer support and cutting edge fabrication technology we can deliver both an exceptional customer experience and guaranteed product delivery. When you need fabrication on demand, MFL have the edge. MFL Business to Business Minimum Order Value £1,000 for one-off orders Enquiry Form Make an enquiry Thanks for submitting!