Welcome to the GOODSIDE®!
Forget everything you know about suspensions for upholstery furniture, slatted frames, and mattresses – thanks to GOODSIDE®, we’re entering a new era.
GOODSIDE® is the first suspension solution made out of glass-fiber reinforced plastic slats that support the body all over, so you can sit and sleep completely evenly without sinking in. Whatever your body shape, it provides your back with optimum support in any position. The materials used guarantee long-lasting elasticity and are much more durable than wooden slats and springs. Even when using a simple mattress, GOODSIDE® guarantees the best support for the body and provides ultimate comfort.
But it’s not just a technical innovation. GOODSIDE® affects so much more than just sleep, because almost nothing has so much effect on our life as sleep and a strong back. A good night’s sleep and a fit back means you stay in great form, have more energy, and are more relaxed and happy during the day.
Welcome to the GOODSIDE®!
All the benefits at a glance
- 100% even surface – ideal for your back when sitting and lying down
- Sleep zones with different levels of elasticity guarantee optimum support and comfort
- Different slats widths can be adjusted to fit body proportions
- Anti-slip structure holds the mattress in place for a peaceful sleep
- Extremely robust slats
- More hygienic than wood: doesn’t absorb moisture and is easy to clean
- Lightweight construction makes transport and floor maintenance easier
- Assembly without tools
- Time and material savings in the furniture manufacturing process
Although the outer shape is always the same, the slats have different degrees of hardness. The different diameters of the reinforcing element inside make this possible.
SIT ON THE GOODSIDE®
GOODSIDE® is also available for armchairs and sofas.
Just ask your furniture retailer!
GOODSIDE® is not just ergonomically state of the art - it's also winning accolades for its design, such as the interzum Award at the world's biggest furniture industry fair. And the German Design Council awarded our system the 2016 German Design Award.
We offer a full 10-year warranty on all GOODSIDE® slats.
A quick reminder: GOODSIDE® and all its manufacturing processes are protected under patent law.
Did we spark your interest? We'd love to hear from you - and tell you more about our product!
GOODSIDE® is a brand of
OKE Group GmbH
Phone: +49 5459/914-0
Fax: +49 5459/914-200
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OKE Group GmbH
Phone +49 5459/914-0
Fax: +49 5459/914-200
Commercial Register HRB 5859 District Court DC Steinfurt
Managing Directors: Thomas Tillner, Alexander Hamann
VAT Reg. No.: DE215455351
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General Terms and Conditions of Purchase of the OKE Group
1.1 These standard conditions of purchase or for ordering goods or products of the OKE Group (hereinafter referred to as “OKE”) only apply if they are not modified as the result of an explicit written agreement between the parties. These arrangements will also apply if OKE accepts the delivery of goods from the vendor, and if there are any conditions of sale, which have been deemed contradictory, although these do not form the basis of the agreement.
1.2 Any agreement entered into between the vendor and OKE is only legally valid if it has been agreed in writing between the parties. Further additional conditions or contractual terms, which have been introduced by the vendor, shall be considered as rejected, if OKE has not agreed to these additional terms in writing.
1.3 These conditions shall be the basis of all future individual contracts between OKE and the vendor - with simultaneous exclusion of differing General Terms and Conditions.
1.4 OKE orders exclusively based on their order conditions; OKE does not recognise conditions contrary to or deviating from the order conditions or additional conditions of the seller, unless OKE has expressly agreed in writing. The tacit acceptance of deliveries or services from the seller as well as payments by OKE do not imply an agreement with conflicting, deviating or additional terms and conditions of the seller.
1.5 Supply contracts or delivery schedules and other legal transactions entered into between OKE and the vendor, and to the extent where these include additions or amendments are required to be submitted in writing. Any orders and also any aforementioned transactions may be processed by electronic data interchange (EDI), providing that it is standard for this to take place between the parties. In addition, these General Terms and Conditions of Purchase only apply to agreements between merchants.
2. Order and tender documents
2.1 A purchase contract is only deemed to be entered into when OKE has provided a written declaration of acceptance following receipt of an offer as part of a binding tender.
2.2 Dimension and weight specifications, quantities, prices, other descriptions and other data, such as those included in catalogues, circulars, advertisements or price lists, are only approximate and are not legally binding for OKE unless they have been explicitly included as part of the agreement. This data, which was forwarded to the vendor before the contract was entered into, remains the exclusive property of OKE and may not be made available to third parties.
2.3 OKE is entitled, within reason, to demand changes to the delivery object in relation to its design and construction. Here, the consequences, in particular any increase or decrease in costs and delivery deadlines must be regulated adequately between the parties. Any changes from the vendor shall require prior written approval from OKE.
2.4 The vendor is obliged to provide OKE with a written order confirmation within 10 working days after the order date. Should the vendor fail to comply with this obligation, OKE is entitled to cancel the agreement without providing any reason.
2.5 Should any assets of the vendor form part of insolvency proceedings, or any other judicial or extrajudicial proceedings, OKE is entitled, without giving any reason, to withdraw from the part of the contract which has not been honoured.
3. Purchase price
3.1 The price stated in the order is legally binding and is based on the "Delivered Duty Paid” agreement.
3.2 The purchase price includes the "free delivery”, including packaging and the transfer of transport insurance and statutory value added tax, which will be displayed separately on the invoices.
3.3 Invoices shall be issued by the vendor stating the order and item number immediately after shipping the goods.
3.4 Price reductions shall be notified in writing by the vendor, and a credit will be issued to OKE. Should OKE have already rendered their services, they can demand these be returned, with the vendor being relieved of his/her right to raise any objections.
4. Payment terms
4.1 Payment and delivery shall be processed in such a way as is agreed by the parties on an ad-hoc basis. If no ad-hoc agreement has been made, then payment must be made within 30 days of delivery and upon receipt with a 3% discount within 60 days net. The due date of any early deliveries depends on the delivery date which has actually been agreed.
4.2 All payments by OKE are made with the explicit reservation of a correct delivery undertaken by the vendor, and must be processed on the basis of accurate information being included on the invoice.
4.3 Should OKE make any warranty claims of any kind as the result of a defective delivery, they have the right to withhold payment until any such point where the vendor has honoured his/her obligations in full. Under these circumstances, OKE is entitled to net off these values.
5. Delivery of goods
5.1 Delivery shall be made on the day specified as per the purchase contract or as per the order.
5.2 The vendor is obliged to notify OKE immediately in writing, should a delay in delivery occur.
5.3 The OKE shipping regulations must be observed, in particular, the OKE order and item number must be quoted in all shipping documents, correspondence and invoices.
5.4 Should the vendor deliver before the agreed delivery date, he/she shall be liable for all associated costs, including storage for OKE. If it is assumed that an early delivery may not be possible for OKE, they are entitled to decline acceptance.
5.5 If the vendor delays a delivery, OKE is entitled to demand from the vendor in writing a compensation for the delay and for any additional costs which have incurred (e.g. for transportation, insurance, storage), however this shall not exceed 10% of the total contract value.
5.6 With individual contracts, a contractual penalty in the case of delay in delivery may be agreed between the parties. This applies explicitly to section 7.3. of this agreement.
5.7 Fulfilment and vicarious agents and other individuals from the vendor who are involved in the operation or performance of any contractual item shall be deployed on the premises of OKE, and the applicable provisions of the General Regulations of OKE must be observed. Liability for accidents, which occur involving the above-mentioned individuals on the premises of OKE, is excluded, unless these accidents were not caused by an intentional or grossly negligent breach of duty by the legal representatives of OKE or their vicarious and fulfilment agents.
6. Transfer of risk
6.1 As far as it may result otherwise from the individual supply contracts, the date of the transfer of risk is fixed in accordance with the Incoterms of the International Chamber of Commerce (Incoterms 2000).
6.2 If no agreement on the transfer of risk exists, then essentially the clause "Delivered Duty Paid" (Incoterms 2000) shall apply.
7. Retention of ownership
7.1 Subject to the provisions of Art. 377 of HGB (German Commercial Code), OKE reserves the right to investigate the delivery immediately upon receipt for obvious or visible defects, and only to accept it at this stage. The vendor must pay the costs of any justified complaints and replacement delivery.
7.2 The parameters established during the incoming goods inspection for dimensions, weights and quantities shall be legally binding for both parties. In case of significant discrepancies, OKE must notify the seller within 14 days of the initial inspection.
7.3 OKE may submit claims for a contractual penalty agreed on an ad hoc basis for cases where no explicit claims have been submitted upon accepting the delivery.
8. Warranty and liability disclaimer
8.1 Warranty for material defects
- The vendor guarantees that the goods he/she supplies are free from defects, are provided with the guaranteed features, and comply with OKE requirements.The vendor remains liable for any defects for a period of two years, starting from the date of delivery. Provided that a defect relates to an item which has been purchased, OKE is entitled to demand either that the vendor remedies the defect or provides a replacement delivery, for which the vendor will bear any costs. Any reduction claims shall be retained for OKE.
- In urgent situations, OKE is entitled to remedy the defect at the vendor’s expense either itself, or by appointing a third party, and, under these circumstances, will consult the issue with the vendor.
- All replacement deliveries or repairs also form part of the General Conditions of Purchase Warranty for defects as specified.
- The vendor is liable without restrictions for any replacement deliveries, repairs and improvement work to the same extent as for the original delivery item in terms of transportation, travel and employment costs.
- The vendor is obliged to relieve OKE of any claims made against third parties, where these have been made against OKE on the basis of product liability and where this is due to a defect or failure of the product supplied to the third party. This exemption also applies explicitly to any reasonable costs involved in a product recall. This is provided that the vendor can guarantee that an appropriate product liability insurance policy has been taken out.
- If it has been established in accordance with the procedure referred to in the order that the maximum allowable defect rate has been exceeded, OKE is entitled to claim for the entire order or submit any defect claims at the expense of the seller in order to check the entire shipment for any defects and errors.
8.2 Non-violation of legal regulations
The vendor ensures that the execution of individual purchase contracts will not violate the law, in particular with regards to compliance with laws, regulations or other provisions belonging to any official body.
8.3 Warranty for defects of title
The vendor ensures that all of the objects in relation to purchase contracts are under its full ownership, and that no other rights of third parties (such as liens, other creditor positions from the assignment of receivables or other credit securities, accounts receivables, hire purchase, conditional sale, etc.) are violated.
9. Jurisdiction, choice of law
9.1 This agreement supersedes all previous agreements, which were made verbally or in writing by the parties to these fields of business; any previous agreements shall become invalid from the moment that these General Conditions of Purchase have been signed.
9.2 The rights belonging to this collaboration may not be assigned by any of the parties without prior written consent from the other party.
9.3 Each party shall bear the costs themselves, which are incurred in connection with the execution of this contract.
9.4 Requests, purchase orders, order confirmations, and any other correspondence of OKE with the seller may not be used for promotional purposes. This does not apply if OKE has previously given their written consent for the promotion and if the form of advertising has been clearly outlined by the vendor, and approved by OKE in writing.
9.5 The place of performance shall be the place where the delivery item is to be delivered as ordered.
10. Jurisdiction; Choice of law, final provisions
10.1 This agreement is governed by German law. Any dispute arising from the business relationship should ultimately be settled by arbitration, where one or more arbitrators are present, and are acting on the basis of the arbitration rules of the International Chamber of Commerce.
10.2 Instead of calling an arbitral tribunal, OKE is entitled to submit their case to a factually and locally competent court of law.
11. Severability clauses
11.1 If any of these contractual provisions should be or become invalid, the remaining provisions will remain in force.
11.2 If any of these contractual provisions should be or become invalid, the parties shall replace these regulations via a renegotiation process.