1. Acceptance of Purchase Order  :

Agreement by Seller to furnish the materials, parts, and products (“goods”) or services, including the products resulting from services hereby ordered, or its commencement of such performance, or acceptance of any payment, shall constitute Seller’s unqualified acceptance of this Purchase Order subject to these terms and conditions.

Buyer will not be bound to any prices or delivery to which it has not specifically agreed in writing. Any terms or conditions proposed by Seller inconsistent with or in addition to the terms and conditions herein contained shall be void and of no effect unless specifically agreed to by Buyer in writing. Modifications hereof or additions hereto, to be effective, must be made in writing and be signed
by Buyer’ s Purchasing Representative. These terms and conditions, together with any referenced exhibits, attachments or other documents, constitute the entire agreement between the Parties with respect to the subject matter of this Purchase Order, and supersede any prior or contemporaneous written or oral agreements pertaining thereto.

2. Shipping Instructions  :

Risk of Loss (a) Seller shall be responsible for ensuring the proper packaging of goods hereunder.
No charges will be allowed for packing, crating, freight, local cartage, and/or any other services unless
so specified in this Purchase Order. (b) Seller shall at all times comply with Buyer’ s written shipping instructions. Unless otherwise directed, all items shipped on the same day from and to a single location must be consolidated on one bill of lading or airbill, as appropriate. Seller shall submit all required shipping papers to Buyer prior to final payment. Title to goods furnished under this Purchase Order shall pass to Buyer upon formal acceptance, regardless of when or where Buyer takes physical possession, unless the Purchase Order specifically provides for earlier passage of title. (c) For goods purchased F.O.B. Origin (as “F.O.B. the place of shipment” is described in the Uniform Commercial Code Section 2-319), Seller shall bear the expense of and risk of loss of, or damage to, the goods until the goods are put into the possession of the carrier designated by Buyer. Seller shall not insure and not declare a value except when transportation rates are based on “released value,” in which instance Seller shall annotate on the bill of lading the lowest released value provided in applicable tariffs. (d) For goods purchased F.O.B. Destination (as “F.O.B. the place of destination” is described in the Uniform Commercial Code Section 2-319) Seller shall bear the expense of transport of, and risk of loss or damage to, the goods to the named place. (e) Purchase Order number(s) must appear on all correspondence, shipping labels, and shipping documents, including all packing sheets, bills of lading, airbills, and invoices.

3. Delivery – Notice of Delay – Obsolescence  :

(a) On time performance is a material condition of this Purchase Order and failure to perform according to the delivery schedule in this Purchase Order, if unexcused, shall be considered a material breach. Acceptance of late deliveries shall not constitute waiver of this provision. Buyer also reserves the right to refuse or return at Seller’s risk and expense shipments made in excess of this Purchase Order or in advance of required schedules, or to defer payment on advance deliveries until scheduled delivery dates. (b) Seller shall notify Buyer in writing immediately of any actual or potential delay to the performance of this Purchase Order. Suchnotice shall include a proposed revised schedule but such notice and proposal or Buyer’ s receipt or acceptance thereof shall not constitute a waiver to Buyer’ s rights and remedies hereunder. (c) During performance of this Purchase Order, Seller shall notify Buyer of any planned obsolescence of the good(s) set out in this Purchase Order.

4. Termination for Convenience  :

(a) Buyer may, by written notice, terminate this Purchase Order for convenience and without cause, in whole or in part, at any time, and such termination shall not constitute default. In the event of partial termination, Seller is not excused from performance of the non-terminated balance of work under the Purchase Order. (b) In the event of termination for convenience by Buyer, Seller shall be reimbursed for actual, reasonable, substantiated, and allocable costs, plus a reasonable profit for work performed to date of termination. Any termination settlement proposal shall be submitted to Buyer promptly, but no later than ninety (90) days from the effective date of the termination. In no event shall the amount of any settlement be in excess of the Purchase Order value. Buyer may take immediate possession of all goods, complete or incomplete, and all products resulting from services upon written notice of termination to Seller.

5. Termination for Default  :

(a) Buyer may, after providing Seller with ten (10) calendar days written notice, and upon Seller’s failure to cure such default in that ten (10) day period (“Cure Period”), terminate this Purchase Order in whole or in part at any time by notice in writing for (i) breach of any one or more of its terms, (ii) failure to deliver goods or services within the time specified by this Purchase Order or any written extension, (iii) failure to make progress so as to endanger performance of this Purchase Order, or (iv) failure to provide adequate assurance of future performance; provided, however, there shall be no Cure Period for default related to failure to meet the delivery schedule or defaults incapable of cure. Buyer may also terminate this Purchase Order in whole or in part without a Cure Period in the event of Seller’s suspension of business, insolvency, appointment of a receiver for Seller’s property or business, or any assignment, reorganization or arrangement by Seller for the benefit of its creditors. In the event of partial termination, Seller is not excused from performance of the nonterminated balance of work under the Purchase Order. (b) In the event of Seller’ s default hereunder, Buyer may exercise any or all rights and remedies accruing to it, both at law, including without limitation, those set forth in Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code, or in equity, including but not limited to, Seller’s liability for Buyer’s excess reprocurement costs for goods or services. (c) If this Purchase Order is terminated for default, Buyer may require Seller to transfer title to, and deliver to Buyer, as directed by Buyer, any (1) completed supplies, and (2) partially completed supplies and materials, parts, tools, dies, jigs, fixtures, plans, drawings, information, and contract rights that Seller has specifically produced or acquired for the terminated portion of this Purchase Order. Upon direction of Buyer, Seller shall also protect and preserve property in its possession in which Buyer has an interest.

6. Force Majeure  :

Except for a default of Seller’ s subcontractor at any tier, neither Buyer nor Seller shall be liable for any failure to perform due to any cause beyond their reasonable control and without their fault or negligence. Such causes include, but are not limited to, acts of God or of the public enemy, acts of the government in its sovereign or contractual capacity, fires, floods, epidemics, terrorism, quarantine restrictions, strikes, freight embargoes, and unusually severe weather. In the event that performance of this Purchase Order is hindered, delayed or adversely affected by causes of the type described above (“Force Majeure”), then the Party whose performance is so affected shall so notify the other Party’ s authorized representative in writing and, at Buyer’ s option, this Purchase Order may be completed with such adjustments to delivery schedule as may reasonably be required by the existence of Force Majeure