July 19, 2016

Accu-Rite Tool & Manufacturing Purchase Order Terms & Conditions

Accu-Rite, their customers, and regulatory authorities reserves the right of access by the Organization to applicable records.

The Supplier/Seller shall provide notification immediately to Accu-Rite of any nonconforming product and shall not ship nonconforming product without prior approval from buyer.

Supplier/Seller must notify the Organization of changes in product and/or process, changes of suppliers, changes of manufacturing location and, where required, obtain Accu-Rite approval.

Supplier/Seller is required to flow down to all sub-tier supplier requirements in the purchasing documents, including customer requirements.  Supplier/Seller must also notify what process will be sub-contracted and gain approval from the buyer prior to the work being performed.

Record Retention

  1. Supplier/Seller shall ensure all quality records are easily retrievable and deliverable within 48 hours of requests.  Retention of records shall be for a minimum of ten (10) years.
  2. Supplier/Seller shall, upon termination of their business or acquisition of the business unit, have a system in place to notify Accu-Rite of the change in business status.  The supplier/seller must supply any records relevant to Accu-Rite purchases to Accu-Rite or to the Company assuming ownership.
  3. Records kept under new ownership must be retrievable based on Accu-Rite purchase order number or reference order number (i.e., material heat lot number).

ITAR and DFARS 252.225-7009 applies and must be flown down to all suppliers and subcontractors as applicable.

Supplier/Seller shall ensure that foreign objects and subsequent foreign object damage (FOD) is eliminated from all parts prior to shipment.

ASQR-01, if applicable

Supplier/Seller shall prevent the use of counterfeit parts.