1. General. As used herein, Fireball Equipment Ltd, having its principal place of business at 16815 – 117 Ave NW, Edmonton AB, Canada is referred to as the “Seller” and the entity purchasing Goods from the Seller is referred to as the “Purchaser”. The present Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale (these “Terms”) are applicable to and form the sole and integral part of every contract, quotation, purchase order, order form, proposal or invoice (the “Contract”) between the Seller and the Purchaser (referred to individually as “Party” or collectively as the “Parties”) for the sale of parts, equipment, machines, accessories, goods or services (“Goods”). Seller’s sale of any Goods is expressly conditioned on Buyer’s assent to these Terms. Any acceptance of Seller’s offer is expressly limited to acceptance of these Terms. Notwithstanding any contrary provision in the Purchaser’s purchase order or other document, commencement of performance by Seller shall not constitute acceptance of the Purchaser’s terms and conditions to the extent any such terms or conditions are inconsistent with or in addition to these Terms. Any and all terms, conditions, and other provisions from the Purchaser (whether or not contained in a request for quotation, purchase order, or otherwise) which are inconsistent with or in addition to these Terms are rejected and shall not be binding on Seller. No waiver, alteration, amendment, or other modification of these Terms shall be binding on Seller unless made in a writing (identifying the applicable quotation number and clearly identifying and agreeing to the modification) signed by an authorized manager at Seller. The Purchaser’s issuance of a purchase order and/or the Purchaser’s acceptance of any work performed by Seller shall constitute acceptance of these Terms. In the event a separate written agreement covering terms and conditions has been negotiated and mutually signed by authorized representatives of Purchaser and Seller, and such agreement is applicable and in effect, it shall take precedence (to the extent of conflicts) and the terms and conditions set forth in these Terms will be supplemental to those of such agreement.
2. Quotation Validity. Unless otherwise expressly stated in the quotation, the quotation is valid for a period of 30 days after it is issued by Fireball Equipment. Beyond that, quotations will require confirmation or adjustment by Fireball Equipment Ltd.
3. Steel Surcharges. For Goods in which metal content is used as part of the production process, the price shall be subject to adjustment, at the beginning of each month. If applicable, steel surcharges for ferrous and aluminum metals shall be calculated at the time of invoicing. This includes, but is not limited to Goods such as steel tanks, hose reels and shipping containers.
4. Safety. During the performance of its obligations under this Contract, Seller shall be responsible for meeting all applicable safety laws, rules, regulations, codes, and orders. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Seller shall initiate and maintain all reasonable precautions for the safety of, and shall provide all reasonable protection and supervision designed to prevent injury to, persons (including members of the public and the employees, agents, subcontractors, consultants and representatives of Buyer, Seller and its subcontractors) while performing its obligations under this Contract at the site, and the Seller shall familiarize itself with and shall comply with the Buyer’s safety policies at all times during the progress of the work. Seller agrees to comply with all health and safety instructions and rules established by the Purchaser or its designee from time to time, and Seller shall promptly remove from the site any person under the control of Seller who violates any of the aforesaid safety, health, or site regulations, policies or directives or upon reasonable request of the Buyer or Buyer’s representative (including, without limitation, the site safety officer). Seller shall pay (or cause to be paid) when due all premiums and other amounts to be paid by it and its subcontractors under applicable workplace safety and insurance regimes and provide evidence to Buyer.
5. Credit. A Purchaser credit account cannot be opened by the Seller until receipt, by the Seller’s Finance Department (the “Finance Department”), of a signed Credit Application. The Purchaser agrees that on-going credit approval to the satisfaction of the Seller shall be a continuous pre-condition of sale of any Goods. The Purchaser will provide to the Seller, upon request, all relevant and current information allowing Seller to evaluate the financial situation or any relevant matter regarding the Purchaser’s business background and debt, including but not limited to, its annual or interim financial statements, credit reports and legal suits. The Seller may, at its sole discretion, in the event of insufficient credit worthiness, freeze the Purchaser’s account, stop all shipments and sale of Goods to the Purchaser, or even terminate the Contract.
6. Title and Risk. Unless otherwise defined by the shipping terms in the quotation it is agreed by the Purchaser and Seller that title to and ownership of the Goods shall remain in the Seller until the Goods are paid for in full by the Purchaser. The Purchaser assumes full risk of loss, damage to or destruction of the Goods, from and after the time, at which the Goods leave the Seller’s warehouse or shipping location(s) until the Goods are paid in full.
7. Price. Taxes, Duties & Levies. The price does not include taxes. Any and all applicable taxes and governmental charges will be added to any price payable by the Purchaser and shall be paid by the Purchaser. Unless stipulated otherwise by Seller, all prices are in Canadian Dollars.
8. Purchaser’s Acceptance of the Goods. The Purchaser shall inspect the Goods upon receipt and such Goods will be deemed to be in compliance with the Contract and accepted by the Purchaser, unless a written notice indicating otherwise is received by the Seller within fourteen (14) days after the Purchaser’s receipt of the Goods.
9. Cancellation. The Purchaser shall have no right to cancel the Contract (or a part of the Contract), unless the Seller, at its sole discretion, agrees in writing to such cancellation. The Seller’s determination of its acceptance of any such cancellations shall be pre-conditioned on the Purchaser sending a written notice to the Seller, requesting the cancellation and detailing with specific accuracy the reasons for any said request, as soon as the circumstances arise giving reasons for such request of cancellation. Upon Seller’s acceptance of the notice of cancellation, Purchaser shall pay Seller’s cancellation charges in accordance with Cancellation Schedule below, unless a different schedule is specified in the purchase order.
CANCELLATION SCHEDULE, Definitions:
Standard Stocked Goods – equipment or parts available for shipment from the Seller’s distribution center.
Standard Non-Stocked Goods - equipment or parts not currently stocked at the Seller’s distribution center.
Engineered Goods – equipment or parts requiring customization performed by Seller.
|Orders for Standard Stocked Goods||Orders For Non-Stocked Goods||Orders For Engineered Goods|
|25% of price||Prior to release for manufacturing: 25%||Prior to release for manufacturing: 40% of price|
|After production has started: 50% of price||After production has started: 80% of price|
|After production has completed: 100% of price||After production has complete: 100% of price|
10. Returns. The Goods may not be returned to the Seller, unless approved by the Seller in writing. If Seller agrees that Purchaser may return the Goods, Seller will issues a “Return Material Authorization” number to Purchaser, and Purchaser must include such Return Material Authorization number with the return. Seller has a right to accept or refuse any return Goods at its sole discretion, without giving the notice of its decision to the Purchaser. The shipping expenses, re-stocking charges and fees for the return of any Goods may be charged to Purchaser.
11. Terms of Payment. The terms of payment for Goods are net thirty (30) days from the date of the Seller’s invoices and services are due upon receipt, unless different terms have been agreed to in writing in a separate agreement by the Parties. All invoices shall be paid in full and Purchaser shall not be entitled to deduct, set-off or to withhold payment. Any invoice not paid by the due date will be considered outstanding and a late charge will be payable by the Purchaser on the outstanding amount from the due date until the of: (i) one percent (1%) per month (twelve percent (12%) annually); or (ii) the highest interest rate permitted by law. The Seller may at its sole discretion opt to not charge any charges for late payment.
(a) The Seller warrants that the Goods are free from defects in materials, design and workmanship:
For new equipment: twelve (12) months from commissioning or eighteen (18) months from shipment, whichever occurs first;
For spare parts only: twelve (12) months from date of sale;
For services: twelve (12) months from date of completion of services.
(b) To avail itself of the Seller’s limited warranties, the Purchaser must make a written warranty claim by providing the Seller with written notice detailing specifically the nature of the alleged defect affecting the Goods within fourteen (14) days of discovery of such defect by delivering said Goods at its own cost to the Seller’s nearest location, prior to the expiration of the Seller’s warranties. The Seller shall investigate the warranty claim and inform the Purchaser of the results of this investigation.
(c) Seller’s warranty shall not apply in cases of: (i) accidental damage; (ii) damages or failures due to accidents, power supply interruption, insufficient or contaminated fluids; and (iii) changes in operating conditions or environment/location. Should any failure to conform with this warranty appear during the specified periods under normal and proper use, Seller shall, if given prompt notice by Purchaser, repair or replace, the non-conforming Goods or authorize repair or replacement by the Purchaser at Seller’s expense. Goods that have been replaced become the property of Seller.
(d) When the nature of the defect is such that it is appropriate in the judgment of Seller to do so, repairs will be made at the site of the Goods. Travel costs and accommodation are not included and will be charged to the Purchaser at the rates effective at the date of site attendance. Repair or replacement under applicable warranty shall be made at no charge for replacement parts, warranty labor, when work is performed during normal working hours. Labor performed at other times will be billed at the overtime rate then prevailing for services of Seller personnel. The Seller warranty does not extend to Goods not manufactured by Seller or affiliates. As to such Goods, Purchaser shall be entitled to proceed only upon the terms of that particular manufacturer’s warranty. The Seller warranty does not apply to defects in material provided by Purchaser or to design stipulated by Purchaser.
(e) THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OF QUALITY, WRITTEN, ORAL OR IMPLIED, AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED.
(f) USED GOODS, GOODS NOT MANUFACTURED BY SELLER OR AFFILIATES AND GOODS EXCLUDED FROM THE ABOVE WARRANTIES ARE SOLD AS IS WITH NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY, AND ALL WARRANTIES OF QUALITY, WRITTEN, ORAL, OR IMPLIED, OTHER THAN MAY BE EXPRESSLY AGREED TO BY SELLER IN WRITING, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS, ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED.
(d) CORRECTION OF NON-CONFORMITIES AS PROVIDED ABOVE SHALL BE PURCHASER’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AND SHALL CONSTITUTE FULFILLMENT OF ALL LIABILITIES OF SELLER (INCLUDING ANY LIABILITY FOR OF PROFIT, LOSS OF USE OF THE EQUIPMENT OR ANY LOSS OF GOODS AND OTHER, DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, FORESEEABLE OR UNFORESEEABLE DAMAGE, INCLUDING LOSS) WHETHER IN WARRANTY, STRICT LIABILITY, CONTRACT, EXTRA-CONTRACTUALLY, TORT, NEGLIGENCE, OR OTHERWISE WITH RESPECT TO THE QUALITY OF OR ANY DEFECT IN GOODS OR ASSOCIATED SERVICES DELIVERED OR PERFORMED HEREUNDER.
13. Delivery and Lead-Times. All delivery and production lead-times for Goods quoted by the Seller are estimations only and are, among other things, based upon timely receipt of all necessary information and approvals. Unless otherwise defined by the shipping terms in the quotation deliveries shall be Ex Works (Incoterms 2010) the Seller’s warehouse or its other facilities, as determined in the Seller’s sole discretion. For Goods shipped from outside of Canada, the deliveries are Ex Works (Incoterms 2010) the Seller’s particular facilities.
14. Force Majeure. In no event shall the Seller be held liable or responsible to the Purchaser or any other party for any delay, breach or failure arising, in whole or in part, by reason of Force Majeure including, but not limited to, all government action, declared or undeclared war, floods, fires, earthquakes, unusually severe weather conditions, epidemics, pandemics, civil unrest, riots or other civil disturbances, road conditions and construction, statutes, legislation, ordinances, court orders or regulations (including changes or repeal of these statutes, legislation, ordinances, court orders or regulations), strikes or labour disputes, inability to secure raw materials, supplies or labour, or any other event, cause, contingency or circumstance beyond the Seller’s reasonable control, which could prevent, hinder or delay the manufacture or delivery of the Goods.
15. Insurance: Each Party shall only maintain its standard commercial general liability insurance coverage in accordance with their insurers’ blanket insurance policies and any insurance coverage required under applicable law.
16. Confidentiality. In connection with this Contract or performance hereunder, Seller and Purchaser (as to information disclosed, the “Disclosing Party”) may each disclose Confidential Information to the other party hereto (the “Receiving Party”). “Confidential Information” shall mean all information related to the business, Goods, or services of the Disclosing Party that is not generally known to the public, and all pricing and terms of the contract, provided that the obligations of this paragraph shall not apply as to any portion of the Confidential Information which: (i) is or becomes generally available to the public other than as a result of disclosure by the Receiving Party, its representatives or its affiliates, or (ii) has been or is subsequently independently developed by the Receiving Party, its representatives or affiliates, without reference to the Confidential Information, or (iii) is required to be disclosed by law or valid legal process provided that the Receiving Party who intends to make such disclosure shall promptly notify the Disclosing Party in advance of such disclosure and reasonably cooperate in attempts to maintain the confidentiality of the Confidential Information. The Receiving Party agrees, except as otherwise required by law: (i) to use the Confidential Information only as the Disclosing Party intended it to be used by the Receiving Party in connection with providing or receiving the Goods, and (ii) to take reasonable measures to prevent disclosure of the Confidential Information, except disclosure to its employees to the extent necessary to facilitate providing or receiving Goods. Upon the Disclosing Party’s request, the Receiving Party shall destroy or return to Disclosing Party all copies of Confidential Information. If either party or any of their respective affiliates or representatives is required or requested by subpoena, interrogatories, or similar legal process to disclose any Confidential Information, such party agrees to provide the Disclosing Party with prompt written notice of such request, so that the Disclosing Party may seek an appropriate protective order or waive compliance by the Receiving Party with the provisions herein. It is understood and agreed that this Section 16 survives any expiration/termination of the contract.
17. Intellectual Property Rights. Neither Party shall have title nor property rights in the intellectual property of the other Party. All documentation and drawings, specifications and other technical information pertaining to the Goods, including all technical information reasonably necessary for the correct installation, operation and maintenance and the like of the Goods (collectively known as “Technical Information”), shall be considered as part of the Goods and the physical media on which the same are presented shall be granted to Purchaser by Seller, as a limited license in accordance with the present provision, upon full payment; provided however, that the copyright, patent, trademark, trade name, trade secret and other intellectual property contained therein shall be and remain the sole property of the Seller. The Seller grants to the Purchaser an irrevocable, royalty-free, non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-assignable, non-sublicensable, license to use the said intellectual property solely for the purpose of installing, operating, using and maintaining the Goods in the manner described in any manuals or information supplied by the Seller to the Purchaser. For service work, Seller does not grant any intellectual property rights or license to the Purchaser.
18. Software. In the event the Goods contains or otherwise includes software, the software shall remain the sole property of Seller (and/or its affiliates or other third parties who are Seller’s licensors, if applicable), and in no event shall title thereto be sold or transferred to Purchaser. In the event any Goods supplied hereunder contain or otherwise include software, the following shall apply: (i) subject to Purchaser complying with these Terms, Purchaser is granted a non-exclusive, non-transferable license to properly use the software in machine readable object code form only; (ii) any license so granted is limited to the proper use of the Goods containing the software only in the manner authorized by Seller; and (iii) Purchaser shall not sublicense the software to any other entity nor assign its license rights. Notwithstanding the above, in the event Purchaser transfers (in compliance with any and all applicable laws and regulations) title to any Goods containing the software, the license granted hereby shall transfer to Purchaser’s transferee. Any license granted hereunder shall continue: (i) until terminated in accordance with this contract, or, (ii) for the useful life of the Goods in which the software is embedded or is otherwise an integral part, or, (iii) for the useful life of the software, whichever is shorter. Any modification, alteration, or removal or unauthorized use of the software constitute a breach of this contract and shall automatically terminate any license granted hereby. Purchaser shall not (and shall not permit any third party to) create derivative works based on the software, or reverse engineer, or disassemble or decompile the software, or transfer, copy, or modify, the software. In the event a separate written applicable Seller-provided Software License is provided with the Goods, specified in Seller’s quotation, and/or otherwise communicated to Purchaser, then the software shall be governed, in order of precedence, by the terms of the separate Software License and then by any non-conflicting terms hereof.
19. Remote Monitoring. The Purchaser acknowledges that the equipment may contain remote data monitoring service. The collected data may be used by Seller and other trusted parties for the purpose of increasing overall customer service. Seller and these trusted parties will not disclose collected data to other third parties unless authorized by law. Seller will make commercially reasonable efforts to protect such data. Purchaser acknowledges that the use of this monitoring service is provided “as is”, that use of the service is entirely at Purchaser’s risk. Seller and Purchaser, and that Seller may discontinue the service at any time.
20. Intellectual Property Indemnity. Seller shall defend or at its option settle any suit or proceeding by any third party brought against Buyer in so far as it is based on an allegation that any Goods (provided by Seller to Buyer) constitutes an infringement of any United States patent, copyright, or trademark. Seller will pay the damages and costs awarded in any suit or proceeding so defended. Seller’s obligations in this paragraph are conditioned upon Buyer promptly (i) notifying Seller in writing of the third party's claim; (ii) giving Seller full authority to control the defense and settlement of the suit or proceeding; and (iii) providing Seller with full information and reasonable assistance at Seller’s expense. Seller shall ensure that no such settlement intending to bind Buyer shall be entered into without Buyer's prior written consent, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed. In case the Goods (or any portion thereof) as a result of any suit or proceeding so defended is held to constitute infringement or its use by Buyer is enjoined, Seller will, at Seller’s option and expense: (i) procure for Buyer the right to continue using the Goods; (ii) replace the Goods with substantially equivalent non-infringing Goods; (iii) modify the Goods so it becomes non-infringing; or (iv) take back the Goods and refund or credit monies paid by Buyer to Seller for such Goods less a reasonable allowance for use. Seller will have no duty or obligation to Buyer under this paragraph to the extent that the Goods is (i) supplied according to Buyer's design or instructions wherein compliance therewith has caused Seller to deviate from Seller’s normal designs or specifications, (ii) modified, (iii) combined with items, systems, methods, or processes not furnished by Seller and by reason of said design, instruction, modification, or combination a claim is brought against Buyer. If by reason of such design, instruction, modification or combination, a claim is brought against Seller or its affiliate, Buyer shall protect Seller and its affiliate in the same manner and to the same extent that Seller has agreed to protect Buyer under the provisions above in this paragraph. THIS SECTION 20 STATES SELLER’S AND ITS AFFILIATES’ EXCLUSIVE LIABILITY FOR INFRINGEMENT OF ANY THIRD PARTY’S PATENT, COPYRIGHT AND/OR TRADEMARK.
21. Trade Sanctions, Anti-Corruption and Ethical Standards. Each Party shall strictly abide by all applicable Canadian, US, UN and international trade sanctions and laws. Purchaser agrees and warrants that no Goods, items, equipment, materials, services, technical data, technology, software or other technical information or assistance furnished by Seller, or any good or Goods resulting therefrom, shall be exported or re-exported by Purchaser or its authorized transferees, if any, directly or indirectly, in violation of any law or regulation. The Parties agree to abide by all applicable anti-corruption legislation, especially the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (Canada), the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the UK Bribery Act and the OECD Convention on Combatting Bribery of Foreign Public Officials, and Fireball Equipment’s Business Code of Practice and ethical standards, all as amended from time to time. If Buyer breaches any obligation in this Section 21, Purchaser shall indemnify Seller from all expenses, liabilities, sanctions, and fines arising from such breach.
22. Environmental Disclaimer. The environmental management at any site on which any Good is used is the responsibility of the Purchaser. Seller shall not be liable for any violation by the Purchaser of any environmental law or regulation, including but not limited to any law or regulation pertaining to noise, water, atmosphere, air, sewer, hazardous waste, disposal, etc.
23. Limitation of Liability. NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING ELSE, THE TOTAL LIABILITY, IN THE AGGREGATE, OF SELLER ARISING OUT OF, RELATED TO, OR RESULTING FROM THE ORDER OR CONTRACT OR THE PERFORMANCE OR BREACH THEREOF, OR THE DESIGN, MANUFACTURE, SALE, DELIVERY, RESALE, REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, INSTALLATION, TECHNICAL DIRECTION OF INSTALLATION, INSPECTION, SERVICE, OPERATION OR USE OF ANY GOODS OR SERVICE
SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE ACTUAL PURCHASE PRICE AMOUNT PAID BY BUYER TO SELLER FOR THE SPECIFIC GOODS/SERVICES GIVING RISE TO THE CLAIM (REGARDLESS OF WHETHER DAMAGES ARE CHARACTERIZED AS ARISING OUT OF BREACH OF WARRANTY, TORT, CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE). For purposes of this Section 22, the term “Seller” means Seller, its affiliates, suppliers, and subcontractors, and their respective employees/agents.
24. No Consequential Damages. NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING ELSE, UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OF PROFITS OR REVENUE, LOSS OF TOTAL OR PARTIAL USE OF THE GOODS OR SERVICES, DOWNTIME COSTS, AND DELAY COST OR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR SPECIAL DAMAGES EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES OR IF SUCH DAMAGES ARE FORESEEABLE AND EVEN IF ANY OF THE LIMITED REMEDIES IN THIS CONTRACT FAIL IN THEIR ESSENTIAL PURPOSE (REGARDLESS OF WHETHER DAMAGES ARE CHARACTERIZED AS ARISING OUT OF BREACH OF WARRANTY, TORT, CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE). For purposes of this Section 24, the term “Seller” means Seller, its affiliates, suppliers, and subcontractors, and their respective employees/agents.
25.1. Non Exclusive Rights. All rights in the Terms shall be in addition to, and not in lieu of, the Seller’s other rights and remedies pursuant to applicable law.
25.2 Successors, Heirs and Assignment. The Terms bind and inure to the benefit of the Purchaser and the Seller, as well as their respective successors and the Purchaser’s permitted assigns according to the present section. The Parties may not assign any of its rights or obligations hereunder without the other Parties’ prior written consent, which shall not be unreasonably withheld.
25.3 Waiver. Any failure of the Seller to enforce any provision or to exercise any of its rights pursuant to the Terms or Contract shall not constitute a waiver, estoppel or relinquishment of any terms, conditions or rights pursuant to the Terms and Contract and will not limit the Seller’s right to enforce strict compliance of its rights at a later date.
25.4 Governing Laws and Jurisdiction. For the perfection of any security interest over the Goods sold to the Purchaser by Seller, the applicable law governing security interest of the province where the Goods are located shall apply. Otherwise, the interpretation, validity and performance of the Terms and Contract must be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the Province of Alberta, without taking into account conflict of laws rules. All disputes arising out of or in connection with these Terms, or in respect of any legal relationship associated with or derived from these Terms, will be finally resolved by arbitration under the Arbitration Rules of the ADR Institute of Canada, Inc. The seat of arbitration will be Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
25.5 Document Formatting. The headings found in the Terms are provided for convenience only and may not be considered in its interpretation.
25.6 Severability. If any provision in the Terms should be held invalid, unenforceable or against public policy by a Canadian court of competent jurisdiction, the remaining provisions shall remain valid with full force and effect.
25.7 Entire Agreement. The Terms, shall constitute and be deemed the entire agreement between the Seller and the Purchaser, and cannot be modified or amended in any way, except by a subsequent document, duly executed by a signing officer or employee of the Seller, who is authorized to bind the company. All other documents, negotiations, representations and agreements, either oral or in writing, made by any other persons, are of no effect and are expressly superseded.
25.8 Survival. The provisions of these Terms that by their nature are intended to survive expiration or termination of this Contractor, including but not limited to the provisions pertaining to intellectual property, confidentiality, warranties, indemnification will survive the expiration or termination of this Contract.
25.9 Language. The Parties hereby acknowledge that they have expressly requested and are satisfied that these presents, and the documents related thereto, be drawn in English. Les parties aux présentes reconnaissent qu’ils ont expressément exigé que les présentes, ainsi que les documents qui s’y rattachent, soient rédigés en anglais, et s’en déclarent satisfaits.
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Fireball Equipment Ltd.
16815 117 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB T5M 3V6
Phone: (780) 944-4818
Fax: (780) 944-4898
USA or Outside North America:
Phone: +1 (877) 944-4818
Fax: (780) 944-4898
Phone: (780) 944-4814
For repair parts and equipment sales:
Phone: (780) 944-4819
Phone: (403) 776-0605
Phone: (306) 717-2125
Phone: (204) 500-0797