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Here, under sale and delivery, you can find all the necessary information when you shop with Danish Rotation Plastic.

The conditions apply to all deliveries unless otherwise is agreed in writing. If you have further questions under sale and delivery, please feel free to
contact us.


Salgs- og leveringsbetingelser (version oktober 2015)

1 Introduction

1.1 The following conditions apply to all deliveries unless there is another written agreement.

2 Offers.

2.1 All offers must be in writing to be valid. In case of force-majeure, we reserve the right to cancel or postpone delivery.

3 Prices

3.1 All prices are list prices eg. works Kalvehave excl. VAT and we reserve the right to adjust these by rising commodity prices, oil and other costs.

3.2 Price lists are informative and current price will be stated on the order confirmation.

4 Force Majeure

4.1 Shipping or default of delivery can not be invoked against the seller, if it is directly or indirectly caused by circumstances that are beyond sælgenerens control such as strikes, lockouts and other forms of force majeure.

5 Payment

5.1 Payment terms for customer accounts are net 30 days from invoice date, unless otherwise is agreed in writing.

5.2 Payment terms for private customers, net cash - here reported DRP's account number and the customer pays the agreed price before collection / delivery of goods to / from DRP.

5.3 Form Tools are paid 50% when ordering and 50% when passing the test.

5.4 Interest shall be calculated from the date of invoice late charge.

5.5 If the buyer does not meet the payment conditions, or if we suspect that the seller/buyer is not able to meet the obligations, the seller can stop this and subsequent deliveries, unless the purchase price is paid in cash or adequate security is provided.

6 Delivery

6.1 All shipping is ex works, unless otherwise agreed. All shipping is at the buyer's risk and expense, unless otherwise is agreed in writing.

6.2 Seller reserves the right to over-/under-deliver by 10%. 

7 Cancellation

7.1 If order supplies or production purposes are launched, cancellation can not take place.

8. Complaints

8.1 Complaints must be in writing and submitted within 8 days from the date of delivery, stating the invoice number, order number, drawing number, order size, number of defective units and complaints,otherwise the buyer forfeits any claim against the seller in accordance to the sold goods.

8.2 Seller is not responsible for costs and expenses in connection with any claim without the prior written agreement of the seller. Without seller's prior authorization, the received goods can not be returned. 

9 Replacement

9.1 For products that are sold after being treated or processed by other than the seller, the seller represents only the item in the raw state.

9.2 The seller is responsible for the damage that the goods sold cause, if it can be shown that the damage is a result of an error made by the seller or his people.

9.3 Seller shall not be liable for any damage resulting from errors or omissions in drawings or instructions.

9.4 Drawings and designs are done in good faith, but the seller is not liable for errors resulting from this if it does not exist in writing from the vendor.

9.5 Seller shall also be responsible for damages caused during the calculation and advice when liability arises directly linked to the selling of products supplied.

9.6 Seller shall never be liable for loss of profits or consequential losses.

9.7 Seller's product liability can not exceed the seller's insurance coverage.

9.8 To the extent that the seller is held liable in connection with the use, as buyer's use of the goods sold - including resale - the buyer is obliged to inform the seller of the responsibility that this might be imposed to the extent that responsibility goes beyond agreed limits. The buyer is liable to be sued in the same court, which deals with claims against the seller in respect of the goods sold.

10 Form Tools

10.1 Shape tools remain DRP's property and maintained by DRP although these fully or partially paid by the customer, unless otherwise is agreed in writing.

10.2 Although the form-tools are fully or partially paid by the customer, they will not be required given or presented for use elsewhere because of the element of competition.

11 Governing Law and Jurisdiction

11.1 1 All agreements between DR and DRP's customers are subject to Danish law (with the exception of Danish Legal international private law; i.e. no renvoi).

11.2 Agreed jurisdiction for all disputes is the Court of Nykoebing.



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About us

About us / DRP

Danish Rotations Plastic ApS was founded in 1965 by Ib Endsgaard.

Danish Rotations Plastic ApS (DRP) is a 100% family owned special factory for rotationally molded plastic.

Ib Endsgaard handed over the control to his children, Michael Endsgaard, Hans Endsgaard and Vicki Endsgaard, in 2001. In present time, they oversee the holding company's daily operations and they are responsible for approximately 20 employees.

With our more than 45 years combined experience in rotational molding, DRP, both in the private and municipal sector, solved many special projects within rotational molded plastic parts.

Therefore with years of experience, we have solid knowledge of the industry, and currently we cover a large part of the Danish and European market.

In 1976, an international association of rotation-moulders formed. It was called "ARM": Association of Rotational Moulders, and DRP has been a member ever since.

Hereby, we have a very large and international network, so DRP is truly one of the pioneers in rotational molding.

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What is rotomolding?

It is a process in which an outer shape of metal, or aluminum, is heated during rotation, and the molding of thermoplastic materials made from powder is formed into finished cavity-topics, of virtually any shape and size, limited by the capacity of the rotary.

The advantages of the process are: Low cost forms, small series, potential subjects, colors to order, quick delivery.

Pioneer history of plastic

People were desperately seeking for a technique to produce large plastic items in a reasonably easy manner. They made experiments with molding polyethylene granules in some primitive iron molds, which were warmed up and the result was thereafter.

One could not melt granules into finished tubs, but the possibilities were apparent. Plastic Powder was the case, it could be seamlessly fused into finished products. For many years, only simple rotation about an axis was used. It was much too difficult to fill the molds entirely with powder and after a time drain the excess material out again, and shiny products are finished.

Double rotation is the thing to do today and has been for many years. The rotation is set by product form and nature, and one can thus obtain a uniform thickness within approx. 1mm.
New high-tech churns provide complete uniform powder.

Advantages of rotational molded plastic parts