Here at TPS Scotland, we want to offer our clients the choice in the way they buy from our site which is both easy and convenient.
So unlike any other online shop selling food ingredients and packaging, we offer our customers the option of paying by credit/debit card online through our Paypal account or opening a 21 day credit account.
Use the world's favourite way of paying for goods online. Used all over the world Paypal is the most secure way of buying products over the internet.
As a Corporate member of the SFMTA, we would like to offer our fellow members £500 credit limit for 21 days. Simply order your goods online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and the goods will be despatched next working day, (subject to stock availability).
We will send you an invoice for the goods shipped, which you are required to pay for within 21 days of the goods received. If however the invoice has not been paid within 21 days from date of delivery, we will charge a 5% fee on the total balance outstanding. If payment remains unpaid after 30 days from goods received, the credit offer will be withdrawn and your account will be handed over to our legal team for debt recovery. By applying for a credit account you will be agreeing to these terms.
For customers who are not members of the SFMTA, but want to use our 21 day credit account, simply fill in your company details and two trade references on our registration page. Please note the credit limit offered on this account is £300.
Please note that we will carry out a credit check on your business history using Experian and Barclays Credit-Focus.
Details on our credit offer and full terms & conditions can be can be supplied on request.
The good thing about dealing with TPS is that you don't know you are.In other words you get what you want when you want it without any fuss.We service all the major multiple retailers and in some cases we can be fined 50p/cases if we are two hours late with a delivery. Lead times are short so we need ingredients to arrive into us on time every time. I am too young to remember but I believe it used to be called professionalism.
Mr. Gordon Allan (Malcolm Allan)