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For many months, instead of constructing timber elements and earning money, a craftsmen had been writing letters, intervening and
Tak obrabia elementy maszyna Jaromy! Fot. Janusz Bekas
- At first the case seemed dead simple  - wrote to us the proxy of Jaroma SA company based in Jarocin. - The order for a DT-3 lathe/milling machine from our customer - ELMAT company from Lublin - included also the description of elements and units to be assembled in the machine, without any additional notes regarding the use requirements of the target recipient. Jaroma accepted the order and delivered it. 
  
Then the producer admitted that, hoping for a further cooperation, it made a mistake by not delivering the machine to the headquarters of  Elmat-Lublin but, in accordance with the companys wishes, delivering it on 20 June 2011 directly to the target recipients address, not knowing that by doing that it has become a scapegoat in this whole situation, as Mr Myszkier files all his complaints and remarks not to Elmat, but directly to Jaroma.

The producer admits that already at the delivery Robert Myszkier had some reservations as to the aesthetic value of the workmanship and the set of the machine. At that stage he focused on the low quality of test knives, random scratches on the paint layer and the natural porosity of the cast iron, and not on how to adjust the machine to the details of his planned production. Thus, the machine returned to Jarom, in order to perform some adjustments. Simultaneously it turned out that the equipment accompanying the machine did not complied with the requirements that Mr Myszkier agreed on with Elmat. He presented further complaints, this time focussing on the technical details, affecting the quality of the planned production, on the content of the manual and completeness of equipment, on 11 July 2011 during another operational test of the machine.     

Analyses carried out in Jaroma have shown that the required adjustment to technical needs as planned by the craftsman will not only be time-consuming but first of all very expensive, so the producer is trying to shift the costs to the craftsman.   
The machine is still at the producers, Getin Leasing is enforces leasing payments, and Elmat
Janusz Bekas
janusz.bekas@gpd24.pl
tel. 519 516 113

Dealer has sold a product, made a profit on it and

For many months, instead of constructing timber elements and earning money, a craftsmen had been writing letters, intervening and
- At first the case seemed dead simple  - wrote to us the proxy of Jaroma SA company based in Jarocin. - The order for a DT-3 lathe/milling machine from our customer - ELMAT company from Lublin - included also the description of elements and units to be assembled in the machine, without any additional notes regarding the use requirements of the target recipient. Jaroma accepted the order and delivered it. 
  
Then the producer admitted that, hoping for a further cooperation, it made a mistake by not delivering the machine to the headquarters of  Elmat-Lublin but, in accordance with the companys wishes, delivering it on 20 June 2011 directly to the target recipients address, not knowing that by doing that it has become a scapegoat in this whole situation, as Mr Myszkier files all his complaints and remarks not to Elmat, but directly to Jaroma.

The producer admits that already at the delivery Robert Myszkier had some reservations as to the aesthetic value of the workmanship and the set of the machine. At that stage he focused on the low quality of test knives, random scratches on the paint layer and the natural porosity of the cast iron, and not on how to adjust the machine to the details of his planned production. Thus, the machine returned to Jarom, in order to perform some adjustments. Simultaneously it turned out that the equipment accompanying the machine did not complied with the requirements that Mr Myszkier agreed on with Elmat. He presented further complaints, this time focussing on the technical details, affecting the quality of the planned production, on the content of the manual and completeness of equipment, on 11 July 2011 during another operational test of the machine.     

Analyses carried out in Jaroma have shown that the required adjustment to technical needs as planned by the craftsman will not only be time-consuming but first of all very expensive, so the producer is trying to shift the costs to the craftsman.   
The machine is still at the producers, Getin Leasing is enforces leasing payments, and Elmat