LAS Supply is your new destination for your industrial supply needs, offering a wide variety of products in Storage & Shelving, Racking, Material Handling, Dock, Facility, & Warehouse, Industrial, Office & School Furniture, Shipping Supplies, Vehicle Maintenance, Electric Motors, Work Benches & Shop Desks, Tools & Instruments, Safety & Medical, Packaging Supplies and Outdoor & Ground Maintenance.
Whether it's a bin to store small parts or moving a 10,000 Lb. load pallet with a heavy duty pallet jack, LAS is committed to providing value-priced industrial supplies that offer effective solutions for the needs of our customers.
We simplify purchase decisions and save time for customers. We understand that shopping around for the right products can be time-consuming, contact LAS Supply and we will do the shopping for you. We can compare and price products with different manufacturers. LAS Supply can cross reference model numbers from other distributers.
At LAS Supply most items ship free with-in the continental United States. We will continue to put forth our efforts to improve your shopping experience at LAS Supply.
LAS Supply is also a small business able to assist government buyers in meeting their small business requirements. You may purchase products from any larger venders through LAS Supply or maximize budget dollars by combining products from different vendors into one order / one invoice, this will also eliminate a split purchase.
For quotes you may e-mail or call us directly. Provide model numbers and distributor name or a description and the manufacturer model number and we will locate the item . LAS can also assist in your search for American made products as well as meeting meeting BAA and TAA requirements. firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-369-7102
LAS Supply is a industrial supplies distributor selling to Government agencies. All Federal, State, County, City and Public Schools and all departments of above agencies. Agencies must supply a Credit Card, Purchase Order or Contract. Tax Exempt forms if required must be provided at time of order.
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Shipping Charges/Taxes/Delivery: Separate charges for shipping and handling will be shown on LAS’s invoice(s). You are responsible for all applicable sales and other taxes associated with the order. If applicable, a separate charge for taxes will be shown on LAS's invoice. LAS will not be responsible for delays in delivery due to events beyond its control, including shortage of materials, labor strikes, transportation failures or acts of God.
Components: Unless you are purchasing a re-manufactured product, the products you purchase will contain components that are new or equivalent to new in accordance with industry standards.
Warranty Limitations:The only warranties applying to products sold are those, if any, specifically provided by the manufacturer to be honored by the manufacturer. You acknowledge and agree that LAS is a distributor and not a manufacturer, and all applicable product specifications, representations and warranties are solely those of the manufacturer of the product sold. LAS makes no warranties, express or implied. Manufacturers’ warranties for exported products are void for products exported outside the United States.
Limitations of Liability: In no event shall LAS Supply LLC. be liable for any indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages including but not limited to loss of use, loss of data, loss of business or profits. In the event of any issue with a product that you have purchased through LAS Supply you agree that your sole remedy, if any, is from the manufacturer of such product, in accordance with such manufacturer’s warranty.
Order Acceptance Policy: Your receipt of an electronic or other form of order confirmation does not signify our acceptance of your order, nor does it constitute confirmation of our offer to sell. LAS Supply sells only to Government agencies. Federal, State, County, City and Public Schools and all department of said agencies. Agencies must supply a Credit Card, Purchase Order and Tax Exempt forms if required.
Payment Terms: Payment must be received by LAS prior to acceptance of an order. Payment for the products will be made by credit card, wire transfer, or some other prearranged payment method unless credit terms have been agreed to by LAS. Invoices are due and payable within the time period noted on the invoice from the date of the invoice. Late fees will apply as allowed by law. Credit with LAS is TERMS of NET 30 days.
Prices: Prices are subject to change without notice. LAS is not responsible for typographical errors. In the event a product is listed at an incorrect price or with incorrect information due to typographical error or error in pricing or product information received from our suppliers, LAS shall have the right to refuse or cancel any orders placed for product listed at the incorrect price.
Government Customers: LAS serves customers in the United States, United States territories, F.P.O.s and A.P.O.s. All product prices, specifications and availability are subject to change without notice. Prices do not include shipping or applicable sales tax.
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Important Notice: All concealed/non-notated damages must be reported within 5 business days of delivery (1st day is the day of delivery) as per the NMFC (National Motor Freight Classification) - Rule 300100 - for a damaged claim to be filed. Reporting after this time will void a claim.
Freight Receiving Procedure & Freight Damage Policy and Reporting
All LTL shippers & receivers now have only five (5) business days, down from the former 15, to provide notification (verbal or written) of LTL concealed damages to the carrier of record. This timeline is consistent with the current timeline for concealed damages and is strictly based on notifying the carrier of any concealed damages within 5 business days of the product delivering, not filing the freight claim. Failure to provide this timely notification will result in your inability to file a freight claim.
As the receiving agent for shipments, your signature on a delivering carrier’s freight Bill of Lading (BOL) constitutes acceptance of the merchandise “as is” and in good order. If you do not inspect before signing you are, for all practical purposes, waiving “our” mutual right to collect on a damage claim no matter if the damage is visible or “concealed”. Remember once you sign, the goods and the responsibility is yours!
Recommended Receiving Procedure:
Check immediately for visible signs of damage. The National Claims Council Regulations specify that you must:
1. Inspect, examine and inventory (count) your delivery as it is unloaded.
a. Any and all shortages or damaged items must be written down on the BOL. Note the item(s) that are visibly damaged or missing on the BOL before you sign it.
b. Open cartons or containers of glass or other items if there is the slightest doubt that the merchandise could be damaged (concealed or not). Any damage must be noted on the BOL or the liability to prove the damage was done by the delivering carrier is your responsibility.
c. Do not be intimidated by the driver. They cannot leave until the BOL is signed (regardless of how much of a hurry they are in, etc.).
d. If unsure, always sign “subject to count and inspections”.
2. Concealed Damage (within 5 days after delivery) – In the event of concealed damage (goods found damaged in otherwise intact packaging), you must immediately document and photograph the packaging and the damage. You must keep the packaging. Call to report the problem, then email the photos and document the damage with LAS SUPPLY. If we prepaid the freight with the carrier, we will begin the concealed damage claim. Concealed damage claims must be reported to within 5 business days. Remember, at this point, you signed the BOL free and clear, or possibly “subject to count and inspection” so the sooner you can inspect the goods and report any concealed damage, the better the chances of collecting on the claim. Claims not reported within 5 business days may not be honored.
Further measures that may help in the claim process includes the following:
1. Take photographs of the damaged goods while still on the carrier’s truck, if obvious mis-handling is evident. Upload
2. Call LAS Supply immediately, preferably with the driver still present.
3. Keep a copy of the BOL noting the damage with the driver’s signature.
4. Keep all crating and packaging material with the damaged item(s) for inspection by the company’s claim inspector until told by LAS Supply or the carrier to return or dispose of the item(s).
5. Claims not reported within 5 business days may not be honored. There are many things that can happen to goods between the time they leave the factory and arrive at your receiving dock. Therefore we are asking you to do a very small, but critically important amount of work to protect us both. The Bill of Lading (BOL) or freight bill is our only documentation of the condition of a load when it arrives at your place of business or jobsite. Without this proof, we cannot hold others accountable for damaged or missing items.
All Freight claims (excluding concealed damaged claims) must be filed within nine (9) months.
All LTL shippers & receivers now have only five (5) business days, to provide notification (verbal or written) of LTL concealed damages to the carrier of record. This timeline is consistent with the current timeline for concealed damages and is strictly based on notifying the carrier of any concealed damages within 5 business days of the product delivering, not filing the freight claim. Failure to provide this timely notification will result in your inability to file a freight claim.