1/2 GENERAL TERMS & CONDITION OF PURCHASE (Last update 01.07.2014) 1. FEASABILITY 1.1 Requested glazings or other specific products manufacturable by freeglass and options are generally feasible for production within conditions outlined in technical assumptions, which we are ready to discuss during Technical Reviews. Some specific remarks in addition to the technical assumptions (“include main issues”) will be outlined to the customer. If any modifications are requested later on, feasibility and prices have to be reviewed. 1.2 1.3 2. PRICE PER PIECE 2.1 Piece Prices: serial production Detailed serial piece prices are always presented in good faith of State-of-the-Art technologies in specific documentation and/or customer forms. Part is quoted in specific Incoterm based on INCOTERMS 2010. exWorks freeglass, Schwaikheim, Germany conditions are possible. If exWorks the whole production has to be picked up during the next 5 working days maximum. The price per piece for serial production is applicable after Initial Sample’s approval. These prices are valid for parts, packed to today’s standards in “customer project” specific packaging or customer standard packaging. Packaging should be ordered and managed by the Customer. If supply condition is exWorks. If deliveries are made by freeglass minimum delivery will have to be a full truck. Pricing reflects production in batches which size could depend on project dimension during serial production according to the volumes shown on page 1 point 1. Prices and availability are based on quoted yearly volumes and valid for +/- 5% variations and till the end of Serial life. Take rates assumed for the different glazings are considered 100%. Variation of the take rates of more than +/5% might need a revision of the prices. It might equally impact short term availability. The price per piece is based on statutory product requirements at the time of quotation. Prices are subject to change in case of modification of the specifications or statutory product requirements. In the case of changes requested by the customer after Initial Sample’s approval, obsolete stock will have to be purchased by the customer or scrapped at customer expense. Prices are based on the year of quote economical assumptions. Prices are subject to change in case of variation on costs of materials of +/- 3%, or imposed vendors components prices. Savings linked to negotiation are related to sales volume not lower than 95% and SoP + 6 months. In case of project delay savings will be postponed till the year after new SoP. If customer demand does not reach this offer’s levels, savings will have to be reverted to freeglass proportionally to demand reduction. Concepts not included in quotation: No additional engineers, testings neither warehouse are included in quotations. Prices prototype parts : For prototype parts we apply: 10 times serial price 2. 2 2.3 2.4 A minimum order quantity of 50 glazing sets per prototype run is mandatory. At least one prototype run needs to be ordered, the capability runs are discussed separately in this quotation. Supply will be done in a specific incoterms according to INCOTERMS 2010, in Prototype Packaging. If exWorks the whole production has to be picked up during the next 5 working days Initial samples: freeglass will supply initial samples at serial price, provided they can be produced as part of a prototype or serial production run and based on the reception of a valid order. Resulting parts of 2-days production run will have to be ordered by the customer. Supply will be in a specific incoterms according to INCOTERMS 2010 in project specific serial packaging or alternatively substitution/prototype packaging if necessary. Supply after end of serial production freeglass is prepared to continue the supply of spare parts until 10 years after end of serial production, provided freeglass is the sole supplier during serial production and clear annual volume forecast of following year provided by the customer latest 6 month before end of running year. The spare parts can be sold at serial production price for one year after end of production. After that period freeglass reserves the right to adjust the price according to costs and ordered volumes involved. 3. DEVELOPMENT PRICE 3.1 The development price included in the piece price is based on the following generic assumptions: - freeglass will develop the parts together with the customer. - freeglass proposes to do this development by its project team. - A resident Engineer located at customer´s place is not considred. Engineering Support will - be provided by regular meetings in Europe and by using the standard communication means. - CAD-System for the development will be Catia V5. - CAD Data transfer between Customer and freeglass will be via Saint-Gobain Sekurit or by direct link. - Customer will setup 3D CAD-Model and 2D drawing per glazing, implementation into Customer system and release will be done by Customer. - freeglass will support with feasibility studies and feedback. - Design Verification testing included acc. to Product Specifications Development period for freeglass assumed to start at nomination date and to last until SoP + 30 days. In case of change of SoP by customer, freeglass reserves the right to review the development costs and re-quote. freeglass shall remain the exclusive owner of any and all intellectual property rights arising from freeglass development of the parts 3.2 3.3 2/2 4. TOOLING PRICE 4.1 Prototype tooling : If there are, Prototype toolings shall be paid by the customer. If according to Customer rules no prototype toolings are used, any exception from this rule will have to be discussed. Serial Tooling : The tools price do not include tooling prices for all supplied parts assumed as carry over. The tooling prices quoted for the not yet fully defined parts is preliminary. It will have to be reviewed after more detailed definition. The prices quoted are for serial tools and for tools for the first production run (VP), which will be carried over to serial production. freeglass quotation reflects only manufacturing costs that do not cover the entire value of the tools. The tools quoted will ensure production capability of up to 5% above yearly volume stated in quotation and for a maximum average of 500.000 shots total project lifetime. Any further increase needs to be reviewed and agreed. Tooling prices are available for the base version of each glazing, for the additional versions of the parts only the additional tooling price are indicated. In case the base version is not retained the base tooling prices need to be recalculated with respect to the remaining versions. Currency of invoicing of tooling is Euro. If another currency is requested, it shall be agreed at the time of ordering and payment of the tooling. freeglass shall remain the exclusive owner of the tooling and all intellectual property rights therein. 4.2 5. invoice from freeglass on the remaining amount following regular serial payment terms. In the case of changes requested by the customer, 100% of the incurred costs will have to be paid by customer within regular serial payment terms, independent of Initial sample’s status. New negotiation on prices of new development will follow. 7. PPMs level will be included in our technical offer. freeglass could accept development concept guarantee quota if freeglass is involved in failure mode and effects analysis. Technical factor has to be based on a statistical representative amount of samples. Freeglass has to have access to technical folder. Error codes for Guarantee calculation have to be identified, defined and agreed together with customer. This trade off have to be finished at latest at SoP. The customer shall only be entitled to set off its claims against payments owed to freeglass if and to the extent that such claims are either non-controversial or legally recognized by a court of competent jurisdiction. freeglass will accept modular responsibility only if freeglass has the possibility to check and validate modular System. If customer establishes imposed suppliers, the logistic and technical concept will have to be reviewed. The share of roles and responsibilities between customer, “the imposed supplier” and freeglass need to be agreed. freeglass will not be responsible for defects of and/or damages resulting from lack of quality of imposed supplier’s components. LEAD-TIMES We will follow the program milestones/gateways officially listed in customer documentation if feasible or our time plan associated to the our technical offer. If any problem is seen to keep this timing we will inform the engineering team up front to find a mutual agreement how to solve the problem. 8. TERMS OF PAYMENT 6.1 6.2 6.3 Prototype parts: 25 days net end of month Serial production parts: 25 days net end of month Serial Production Tools and Development price Both, Tools and Development, are assumed to be paid as : A) Lump sum payment or/and B) Mark-up will have to be defined with full amount amortised over a defined number of first units. In case units ordered to freeglass wouldn’t reach the number of units defined, freeglass will issue a development invoice with an amount of Mark-up missing units x Markup value. This invoice shall be paid by customer in accordance with the regular serial payment terms. For Mark up, an Annual Percentage Rate will be applied. or C) Our quotation is based on the assumption of payment in 3 stages : 40% of tools and development costs at nomination date, 40% when tooling is finished for Prototype production at first off tool parts, 20% with Initial Sample approval. Regardless of such approval if tooling is producing good parts for serial delivery for longer than 6 weeks, tooling has to be fully paid on receipt of an CANCELLATION freeglass may terminate the delivery contract, without having any liability to the customer, at any time and for any reason, with six months prior written notice. 9. 6. QUALITY GENERAL CONDITION Nothing contained herein shall be interpreted, expressly or impliedly, as compelling us to enter into any agreement. 10. CONFIDENTIQLITY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 10.1 10.2 freeglass quote is confidential, it may not be disclosed to any third parties, except to employees or affiliates of customer, on a need to know basis, who are bound by a written agreement to protect the confidentiality of the information contained herein. freeglass shall remain the exclusive owner of any information and imagery disclosed and of any documents submitted to the customer and all patent, copyright, trade secret, trademark and other intellectual property rights therein.