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Carlsberg is facilitating delivery of wet stock ordered through Trade Conference and Exhibition, predetermined and published on-the-day offers. Carlsberg and NUS Services will not accept responsibility for any orders that differ from those published on the day.

Delivery of point of sale materials and equipment offered as part of the deal is the sole responsibility of the brand owner. Unions must ensure that the total amount of ordered stock is drawn down by 11 October – please arrange delivery directly with Carlsberg's customer services team. After this date, remaining stock will become eligible for auto-drop. Products can be delivered in insalments.

You will only receive your free stock when your quota of chargeable stock is drawn down on any individual product.

Auto-drops will take place w/c 15 October, and will carry a delivery surcharge of £69.73 if the delivery day is not one of your normal delivery days. If the delivery is made on one of your normal delivery days, there will be no surcharge to normal delivery charges. Refusal of an auto drop-delivery will result in an additional levy.

If you have any questions, please contact NUS Services’ customer services team on 01625 413222.


 

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