All goods are shipped at buyer’s risk. Our responsibility ceases upon delivery of goods in good order to the carrier. All goods should be examined carefully for damage or shortage by the buyer before the transportation receipt is signed. Note all exceptions on the freight bill. If material is received in bad condition, the buyer should Reject Shipment Completely. If product is received and found to have freight or concealed damage or a shortage, a freight claim must filed with the carrier. Shortage claims will not be considered unless made in writing within (2) days of receipt of shipment. We will be glad to assist you in obtaining prompt adjustment on any damage Rejected or shortage claims with the carrier.