Stelmi America LLC.
1601 Brooks Drive
Marshall, MI 49068
1 800 STELMI 5
(269) 781-6222

Purchasing Terms & Conditions

Stelmi America LLC

Buyer OBJECTS in advance to the inclusion of any additional or different terms proposed by Seller in its acceptance or acknowledgment of this order.  The inclusion of such terms by the Seller will be of no significance, such terms will not be conditions or additional terms to this order, and Buyer’s acceptance of Seller’s goods shall not be deemed as an acceptance of such terms.  Unless otherwise stated on the face of our order, the following terms and conditions shall apply.

  1. DELIVERY
    All goods must be shipped at the most advantageous rates unless otherwise authorized in writing by the Buyer.  Any extra expense in effecting delivery of goods not so shipped will be charged to the Seller.

    Adequate scheduling of shipment of goods shall be made by Seller in that delivery dates included within this order are essential to the buyer.  Seller shall not, however, make material commitments or production arrangements in advance of reasonable flow time needed to meet Buyer’s delivery schedule.  No claims shall be allowed for such advance efforts in case of change or termination.  Shipments shall be strictly in accordance with Buyer’s delivery schedule.  Buyer reserves the right to return, at Seller’s expense, all goods received in advance of delivery schedules or to hold the goods and pay Seller’s invoices on normal maturity after the scheduled delivery date.

  2. EXCUSABLE DELAYS
    Neither party shall be liable for damages resulting from delays arising out of causes beyond its control and without its fault or negligence, including acts of God, acts of any government, fires, floods, strikes, freight embargoes and unusually severe weather, nor shall such delay affect the remainder of this order.  Seller must notify Buyer in writing within five (5) days after the beginning of any cause for delay, in the absence of which Seller waives its right to an excuse for such delay.

  3. PACKING AND SHIPPING
    Our part number and purchase order number must be on all documents.  No charge will be allowed by Buyer for cartage or packing unless agreed upon before hand in writing.  All expenses incurred by Seller’s failure to furnish necessary shipping documents shall be charged to Seller.

  4. INVOICING
    Packing lists in DUPLICATE and itemized invoices, each bearing the Order Number must be mailed on day of shipment.

    Invoices subject to cash discount should be mailed on the day they are dated.  If they are not, discount period will begin on the day bills are received by Buyer’s Purchasing Department.

    All invoices must bear the following certification in order to be processed for payment.  “We hereby certify that these goods were produced in compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 as amended, and regulations and orders issued by the United States Department of Labor there under.”

  5. INSPECTION AND TESTING
    Buyer shall have the right to expedite, inspect and test any of the goods or work covered by this order prior to shipment.  All goods are also subject to Buyer’s inspection and approval on arrival.  If rejected, they will be held for disposal at Seller’s risk.  Such inspection, or the waiver thereof, however, shall not relieve the Seller from full responsibility for furnishing goods and work conforming to the requirements of the order, nor prejudice any claim, right or privilege the Buyer may have because of the use of defective or unsatisfactory goods or work.

  6. WARRANTY
    All goods furnished by Seller and any services or installation relating thereto pursuant to the order shall be warranted to be of the best quality of their respective kinds and to be free of defects in design, workmanship, or material and when known to Seller suitable for their intended purposes.  In the event of breach, the Seller shall take all necessary action, at Seller’s expense, to correct such breach in the most expeditious manner possible.  Should the Seller fail to correct any such breach in a timely manner, the Buyer may proceed, at Seller’s expense, to perform the necessary corrective work.  This warranty shall also inure to the benefit of Buyer’s customer or the user of the goods.  Seller accepts and agrees to the provisions and requirements contained in Buyer’s Warranty Policy which is set forth on Buyer’s Supplier Portal.

  7. ASSIGNMENT AND SUBCONTRACTING
    Seller shall not assign or subcontract any portion of this order without the prior written approval of the Buyer.

  8. CHANGES
    Buyer may at any time make changes in shipping and packing instructions, quantities, drawings, designs, specifications, place of delivery and/or delivery schedules, for which an appropriate adjustment to the order shall be made.

  9. TERMINATION FOR DEFAULT
    Buyer may terminate all or any part of this order by giving notice of default to Seller, if Seller, (a) refuses or fails to delivery the goods within the time specified; (b) fails to comply with any of the provisions of this order or so fails to make progress as to endanger performance hereunder, or (c) becomes insolvent or subject to proceedings under any law relating to bankruptcy, insolvency or the relief of debtors.

    In the event of a termination for default, Buyer’s liability shall be limited to the payment for goods delivered and accepted by Buyer under this order.

  10. TERMINATION FOR CONVENIENCE
    Buyer may terminate this order at any time for its convenience, in whole or in part, in which event, Buyer’s sole obligations shall be to reimburse Seller for (a) those goods actually shipped and accepted by Buyer up to the date of termination, and (b) costs incurred by Seller for unfinished goods, which are specifically manufactured for Buyer and which are not standard products of the Seller, as of the date of termination, plus a reasonable profit thereon.  In no event shall Buyer be responsible for loss of anticipated profit nor shall reimbursement exceed the order value of the actual quantity of goods that are on firm release by Buyer.

  11. STOP WORK ORDER
    Buyer may at any time by written notice to the Seller stop all or any part of the work called for by this order.  Upon receipt of such notice the Seller shall take all reasonable steps to minimize the incurrence of costs during the period of work stoppage. 

    Buyer may subsequently either cancel the stop work order resulting in an equitable adjustment in the delivery schedule and/or the price, or terminate the work in accordance with the provisions of this order.

  12. PATENTS
    Seller agrees to indemnify and save harmless the Buyer, its officers, employees, agents, representatives or any of it customers buying or using the goods specified herein from any loss, damage or injury arising out of a claim or suit at law or equity for actual or alleged infringement of letters patent, by reason of the buying, selling or using the goods supplied under this order, and will assume the defense of any and all suits and will pay all costs and expenses incidental thereto.

  13. CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
    Seller agrees not to make any use of data, designs, drawings, specifications and other information furnished to it by the Buyer, except for the performance of this order and Seller further agrees not to disclose such data, designs, drawings, specifications and other information to others except for the performance of this order under similar restrictions against use and disclosure.  Upon completion or termination of this order, Seller shall return to Buyer on demand, all such data, designs, drawings, specifications and other information, including copies made by Seller.

    This order is confidential between the Buyer and the Seller, and it is agreed by the Seller that none of the details connected herewith shall be published or disclosed to any third party without the Buyer’s written permission.

  14. RISK OF LOSS
    Seller assumes the following risks: (a) all risks of loss or damage to all goods, work in process, materials and other things until the delivery thereof as herein provided; (b) all risks of loss or damage to third persons and their property until the delivery of all the goods herein provided; (c) all risks of loss or damage to any property received by Seller from or held by Seller or its supplier for the account of Buyer, until such property has been delivered to Buyer or its customer as the case may be, and (d) all risks of loss or damage to any of the goods or part thereof rejected by Buyer, from the time of shipment thereof to Seller until redelivery thereof to Buyer.

  15. INSURANCE AND INDEMNIFICATION
    Seller agrees to indemnify and save harmless the Buyer, its officers, agents and employees from and against any and all claims and liabilities (including expenses) for injury or death of persons or damage to any property which may result, in whole or in part, from any act or omission on the part of the Seller, its agents, employees or representatives, or arising from any Seller furnished goods or services, except to the extent that such damage is due solely and directly to the negligence of the Buyer.

    Seller shall carry comprehensive general liability insurance, including contractual and product liability coverage, with minimum limits acceptable to the Buyer.  Seller shall, at the request of the Buyer, supply certificates evidencing such coverage.

  16. CERTIFICATES OF ORIGIN
    Seller agrees to deliver as a separate line item a NAFTA Certificate of Origin (Customs Form 434) for all goods that meet the NAFTA Rules of Origin and an appropriate Certificate of Origin for all other goods.  Buyer reserves the right to withhold all payments to the Seller until such time as a completed NAFTA Certificate or other appropriate certificate is delivered.  A NAFTA Certificate is mandatory for all goods which are labeled “MADE IN THE USA”.

  17. LAWS AND REGULATIONS
    Seller shall comply with all applicable Federal, State and Local laws, statutes and ordinances including, but in no way limited to rules, regulations and standards of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 and the Federal Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act and the rules and regulations promulgated under these acts.

    With respect to the supply of goods relating to a facility regulated pursuant to the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, of the Energy Reorganization Act of 1974, the provisions of Title 10 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 21 (10CFR21) are applicable to this order.

    Seller agrees in connection with performance of this order, not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, sex, religion, color, age, national origin, handicap or status as a Vietnam Era or Special Disabled Veteran and to comply with applicable State and Local anti-discrimination laws.

    Unless exempted, the equal opportunity clauses in Section 202, paragraphs one through seven of Executive Order 11246, as amended, and the provisions of 29 CFR Section Part 470, 41CFR Section 60-1.4 (c), 41 CFR Section 60-250.4 and 41 CFR Section 60-741.5 with respect to affirmative action program and plan requirements are incorporated herein by reference.


Industrial Hard Chrome, Ltd.  Conflict Minerals Position Statement


Industrial Hard Chrome Ltd. encourages its suppliers that manufacture products containing Conflict Minerals to procure those materials from conflict-free sources.  We expect our suppliers to adopt, implement and communicate to sub-suppliers their positions and policies regarding Conflict Minerals, and where possible, require their down-stream suppliers to adopt and implement similar positions and policies.  

Industrial Hard Chrome will not accept material containing conflict minerals from conflict sources. 

(FRM-PU-05  Original  4-11-17)


PHONE
(269) 781-6222
1 800 STELMI 5
FAX
(269) 781-7723
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Stelmi America, LLC.
1601 Brooks Drive
Marshall, MI 49068
 

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