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Geschäftsbedingungen


Verkaufs-, Liefer- und Zahlungsbedingungen der Firma
Wärtsilä JOVYATLAS EUROATLAS GmbH
Fennenweg 4
26844 Jemgum

1. Allgemeines
Diese Verkaufs-, Liefer- und Zahlungsbedingungen sind für alle geschäftlichen Beziehungen, Verkäufe und sonstigen Rechtsgeschäfte zwischen unseren Kunden und uns rechtsverbindlich. Abweichende Vereinbarungen oder Ergänzungen, telefonische und mündliche Abmachungen sind nur dann verbindlich, wenn sie von uns schriftlich bestätigt werden.
Der Kunde verzichtet auf eigene Einkaufsbedingungen, wenn er nicht ausdrücklich schriftlich widerspricht und Sondervereinbarungen wünscht.

2. Angebot
Alle erteilten Angebote, gleich welcher Form, gelten als freibleibend, es sei denn, dass zwischen den Vertragsparteien schriftlich etwas Anderes vereinbart wurde.
Alle Angaben wie Maße, Gewichte, Abbildungen, Beschreibungen, Monta-geskizzen und Zeichnungen in Prospekten, Preislisten und sonstigen Drucksachen sind nur annähernd, jedoch bestmöglich ermittelt, aber für uns insoweit unverbindlich.
An Abbildungen, Zeichnungen, Kalkulationen, Muster sowie Prototypen behalten wir uns Eigentums- und Urheberrechte vor.

3. Auftragsbestätigung
Aufträge, Abreden, Zusicherungen usw. einschließlich derjenigen unserer Vertreter und sonstigen Betriebsangehörigen bedürfen zur Rechtswirksamkeit unserer schriftlichen Bestätigung mit rechtsverbindlicher Unterschrift.
Beanstandungen von Bestätigungen sind uns unverzüglich, spätestens innerhalb einer Woche, schriftlich geltend zu machen.
 Wenn in der Auftragsbestätigung auf bestimmte INCOTERMS Bezug genommen wird, sind hiermit die „INCOTERMS 2000“ mit dem dort geregelten Inhalt gemeint, soweit sich aus der Auftragsbestätigung nichts anderes ergibt. Angegebene Liefertermine gelten nur dann als verbindlich, wenn sie von uns ausdrücklich mit dem Vermerk „verbindlich“ versehen
wurden.

4. Preise
Die Preise gelten bei Lieferung ohne Aufstellung oder Montage ab Werk ausschließlich Verpackung.
Die gesetzliche Mehrwertsteuer ist nicht in unseren Preisen eingeschlossen; sie wird in gesetzlicher Höhe am Tage der Rechnungsstellung in der Rechnung gesondert ausgewiesen.

5. Lieferungen
Die Lieferung erfolgt auf Rechnung und Gefahr des Kunden. Ist freie Anlieferung vereinbart, so geht die Gefahr über mit Ankunft des Fahrzeuges vor der Lieferanschrift zu ebener Erde bzw. an der Stelle, der mit dem Fahrzeug zumutbar erreichbar ist.
Teillieferungen sind zulässig, sie gelten als selbstständige Lieferungen. Die Wahl des Transportweges und der Transportmittel bleibt uns vorbehalten. Lieferungen frei Verwendungsstelle oder frei Lager bedeutet Anlieferung ohne Abladen unter der Voraussetzung einer mit schwerem Lastzug befahrbaren Anfuhrstraße. Das Abladen hat unverzüglich und sachgemäß durch den Kunden zu erfolgen.
Bei Lieferung mit Aufstellung, Montage und Inbetriebnahme geht die Gefahr auf den Käufer über am Tage der Übernahme im eigenen Betrieb; soweit ein Probebetrieb vereinbart ist, nach einwandfreiem Probebetrieb. Voraussetzung dafür ist, dass der Probebetrieb oder die Inbetriebnahme im eigenen Betrieb unverzüglich, jedoch spätestens 7 Tage nach Ablieferung erfolgt.
Lieferfristen gelten vorbehaltlich richtiger und rechtzeitiger Selbstbelieferung, es sei denn, dass wir verbindliche Lieferfristen schriftlich zusagen.
Die Ware gilt auch dann als geliefert, wenn sie nach Meldung der Versandbereitschaft nicht unverzüglich, spätestens nach 14 Tagen, abgerufen wird und vorher der Käufer schriftlich in Verzug gesetzt wurde.
Unvorhergesehene außergewöhnliche Ereignisse, wie Arbeitskämpfe, hoheitliche Maßnahmen, Verkehrsstörungen oder sonstige Fälle höherer Gewalt befreien uns für die Dauer ihrer Auswirkungen oder im Falle der Unmöglichkeit voll von der Lieferpflicht. Im Falle eines Lieferverzuges oder der von uns zu vertretenden Unmöglichkeit der Leistung sind Schadensansprüche des Kunden ausgeschlossen, es sei denn, sie beruhen auf Vorsatz oder grober Fahrlässigkeit von uns oder eines unserer gesetzlichen Vertreter oder Erfüllungsgehilfen.

6. Einbringung, Aufstellung, Montage und Inbetriebnahme
Für jede Art von Einbringung, Aufstellung, Montage und Inbetriebnahme gelten, soweit nichts anderes schriftlich vereinbart ist, folgende Bestimmungen:
Der Besteller hat auf seine Kosten zu übernehmen und rechtzeitig zu stellen:
- Hilfsmannschaften wie Handlanger und, wenn nötig, auch Maurer, Zimmerleute, Schlosser, Kranführer, sonstige Facharbeiter mit dem von diesen benötigten Werkzeug in der erforderlichen Zahl.
- alle Erd-, Bettungs-, Bau-, Stemm-, Gerüst-, Verputz-, Maler- und sonstigen branchenfremden Nebenarbeiten, einschließlich der dazu benötigten Baustoffe.
- die zur Einbringung, Aufstellung, Montage und Inbetriebnahme erforderlichen Bedarfsgegenstände und Bedarfsstoffe, wie Rüsthölzer, Keile, Unterlagen, Zement, Putz- und Dichtungsmittel, Schmiermittel, Brennstoffe usw.; ferner Gerüste, Hebezeuge und andere Vorrichtungen.
- Betriebskraft einschließlich der erforderlichen Anschlüsse bis zur Verwendungsstelle, Heizung und allgemeine Beleuchtung.
- bei der Montagestelle für die Aufbewahrung der Maschinenteile, Apparaturen, Materialien, Werkzeuge usw. genügend große, geeignete, trockene und verschließbare Räume und für das Montagepersonal angemessene Arbeits- und Aufenthaltsräume, einschließlich den Umständen angemessener sanitärer Anlagen; im übrigen hat der Besteller zum Schutz des Besitzes des Auftragnehmers und des Montagepersonals auf der Baustelle die Maßnahmen zu treffen, die er zum Schutz des eigenen Besitzes ergreifen würde.

7. Haftung für Mängel
Für Mängel, zu denen auch das Fehlen zugesicherter Eigenschaften zählt, haften wir gemäß den Allgemeinen Lieferbedingungen für Erzeugnisse und Leistungen der Elektroindustrie (ZVEI). Für Folgeschäden, die sich aus der Benutzung defekter Geräte, Anlagen etc. ergeben, wird die Haftung ausgeschlossen.
Die zwingenden Bestimmungen des Produkthaftungsgesetzes bleiben unberührt.

8. Rücktritt vom Vertrag
Tritt der Käufer mit unserem Einverständnis vom Vertrag zurück, so sind wir berechtigt, einen pauschalierten Schadenersatz von 20% des Auftragswertes zu beanspruchen, es sei denn der Käufer kann nachweisen, dass der uns durch den Rücktritt entstandene Schaden wesentlich geringer ist.

9. Zahlung
Unsere Rechnungen sind, soweit nichts anderes vereinbart wird, zahlbar innerhalb von 30 Tagen netto Kasse nach Lieferung und Rechnungsstellung.
Bei einer eventuellen Skontierung ist Voraussetzung, dass bis dahin alle früheren Rechnungen beglichen sind.

10. Eigentumsvorbehalt
Unsere Lieferungen erfolgen ausschließlich unter Eigentumsvorbehalt. Das Eigentum geht erst auf den Kunden über, wenn er seine gesamten Verbindlichkeiten uns gegenüber getilgt hat.
Der Kunde darf die gelieferte Ware nur im gewöhnlichen Geschäftsverkehr veräußern und mit seinen Abnehmern kein Abtretungsverbot vereinbaren. Er ist ferner verpflichtet, seinen Abnehmern unseren Eigentumsvorbehalt aufzuerlegen.
Als Veräußerung im Sinne dieser Verkaufs-, Liefer- und Zahlungsbedingungen gelten auch Verarbeitungen, Montage oder sonstige Verwertung.

11. Erfüllungsort und Gerichtsstand
Sofern sich aus der Auftragsbestätigung nichts anderes ergibt, ist unser Geschäftssitz Erfüllungsort für die Lieferung und für alle Verpflichtungen des Käufers.
Es gilt das Recht der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Als Gerichtsstand gilt Bremen als vereinbart.
 

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Allgemeine Einkaufsbedingungen der Firma

Wärtsilä JOVYATLAS EUROATLAS GmbH

 

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS SUPPLY AND PURCHASE (2019)

 

1 INTRODUCTION
These General Terms and Conditions for Supply and Purchase (hereinafter referred to as the “Conditions”) are used and will form the terms and conditions of any agreement between any company belonging to Wärtsilä group (hereinafter referred to as “Wärtsilä”) and a seller (hereinafter referred to as the “Supplier”) concerning supply and purchase of goods and/or services.


2 DEFINITIONS
2.1 “Agreement” shall mean the written supply and purchase agreement with appendices (1), if any, the Order (2), the Conditions (3) and the Supplier’s acknowledgement of order and/or offer (4). In case of any discrepancies between the documents, the order of priority shall be as stated above, unless otherwise agreed in writing.
2.2 “Delivery” shall mean the delivery of the Supply as agreed between the Supplier and Wärtsilä in accordance with Incoterms® 2010.
2.3 “Confidential Information” shall mean any information or data or both, or the substance of this Agreement, whether communicated by or on behalf of either Party to the other Party, disclosed before, on or after the date of signature of this Agreement, including but not limited to, any kind of business, commercial or technical information and data in connection with the purpose of this Agreement except for information which is demonstrably non-confidential in nature. The information shall be Confidential Information irrespective of the medium in which that information or data is embedded and if the Confidential Information is disclosed orally, visually or otherwise. Confidential Information shall include any copies or abstracts made of it as well as any products, apparatus, modules, samples, prototypes or parts that may contain or reveal the Confidential Information.
2.4 “Intellectual Property Rights” shall include but not to be limited to the rights on inventions, patents, utility models, technical examples, trademarks, trade names, domain names, Specifications, designs and models as well as any applications thereof and copyrights and related rights, Confidential Information, know-how and trade secrets, and any other corresponding rights and related subject matter eligible for protection under applicable jurisdictions as well as any right to apply for any of the foregoing; Intellectual Property Rights shall also include any improvements, enhancements and derivative works based on any pre-existing Intellectual Property Rights.
2.5 “Order” shall mean the purchase order, request or call-off of Wärtsilä for the Delivery of the Supply pursuant to the Agreement.
2.6 “Specifications” shall mean the technical specifications, requirements, production methods, documentation, packing and marking instruction, additional directives, designs, relevant standards, software, models, tools, blueprints, instructions, additional data and/or drawings of the Supplier’s entire scope of Supply set forth in the Agreement and/or in the Order.
2.7 “Sub-supplier” shall mean any company performing any part of the obligations of the Supplier under the Agreement.
2.8 “Supply” shall mean the goods, equipment, accessories, tools (including but not limited to any raw materials and components of any of the foregoing) and, designs, documentation, services, software, firmware, hardware and/or consultancy to be purchased by Wärtsilä and designed, manufactured, tested, stored and/or delivered by the Supplier pursuant to the Agreement and the Order(s).
2.9 “Technical Data” refers to all data relating to the technical operating parameters of any Supply delivered, including without limitation, all information gathered from sensors, instruments, monitors, or other industrial control or SCADA devices located at the Wärtsilä end-customer’s site or on the Supply.
2.10 All references to days shall mean calendar days not business days unless otherwise specified.

 

 

3 TERMS OF DELIVERY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE AGREEMENT
3.1 Title to and ownership of the Supply shall pass to Wärtsilä in proportion to the payment by Wärtsilä and in full upon Delivery at the latest. The Supplier warrants and guarantees that legal title to and ownership of the Supply shall be free and clear of any and all liens, claims, security interests and/or other encumbrances when title and ownership pass to Wärtsilä.
3.2 The Supplier shall perform its obligations in a professional and careful manner according to highest standards. The Parties emphasize the mutual understanding that the quality and timely Delivery are of utmost importance in the performance and execution of the Agreement. The Supplier shall give first priority to (i) quality, (ii) timely Delivery and (iii) co-operation with Wärtsilä for the purpose of fulfilling the obligations under the Agreement and the obligations of Wärtsilä towards the end-customer including but not limited to providing information and support related to the Supply as requested by Wärtsilä.
3.3 The Supplier shall verify before confirming the Order that the Supplier has obtained all information necessary to determine that the Supply is fit for its purpose. The Supplier is aware that the Supply will be used as a part of or in connection with marine, power or propulsion applications or power generating systems that may operate under extreme load, hard climatic conditions and/or twenty-four (24) hours a day.
3.4 The Supplier shall take good care of the Supply, Specifications, items, tools, moulds and materials provided by Wärtsilä and shall ensure that they are insured and kept in sound condition and stored properly. Unless otherwise agreed by Wärtsilä the Supplier shall not have the right to make any use of Specifications, items, tools, materials or know-how provided by Wärtsilä, other than for the purpose of fulfilling the Agreement.
3.5 The Supplier shall with due diligence inspect the drawings and Specifications provided by Wärtsilä. The Supplier shall without delay notify Wärtsilä of any defect, discrepancy and inconsistency discovered therein.
3.6 No failure or inability of Wärtsilä to inspect or test any part of the Supply, including drawings, information and samples, as well as any approval, consent or rejection by Wärtsilä, shall release the Supplier from its obligations and/or liability under the Agreement and/or law.
3.7 Before the Delivery of the Supply, the Supplier shall duly inspect and/or test the Supply in order to verify its conformity with the Specifications and perform the additional requirements for testing and inspection set forth in the Specifications, the Order and/or requested by Wärtsilä. The costs of inspection(s) and test(s) are included in the price.
3.8 Wärtsilä is not required to inspect the Supply upon Delivery. Instead, Wärtsilä must be able to rely on the quality management system of the Supplier which shall control the production process and shall assure that the Supply is in accordance with the Specifications and this Agreement.
3.9 Wärtsilä shall be entitled on objective grounds to reject the Supplier’s personnel performing the Order at the premises of Wärtsilä or the end-customer of Wärtsilä as the case may be.
3.10 Wärtsilä shall be entitled to liquidated damages, without any need of further notice or judicial intervention, for delayed Delivery of an Order or any part of it, at the rate of three (3) percent of the price of the delayed Order per each commencing calendar day of delay with a maximum of twenty-one (21) percent of the price of the delayed Order.
3.11 Wärtsilä shall be entitled to liquidated damages, without any need of further notice or judicial intervention, for delayed Delivery of certificates, operating instructions and/or other documentation, at the rate of two (2) percent of the price of the delayed Order per each commencing calendar day of delay with a maximum of fourteen (14) percent of the price of the delayed Order.
3.12 In the event training is part of the Supply, the Supplier shall arrange and provide the training as agreed. The travelling costs for representatives of Wärtsilä shall be borne by Wärtsilä, whereas the costs of the training program and materials shall be borne by the Supplier.

3.13 In the event reimbursable travelling is included in the Supply, it shall
be made using the most economical travelling arrangements. Such
travelling expenses shall be charged at cost against supporting documents.
3.14 The Supplier shall provide Wärtsilä with all necessary information for
customs declaration as applicable, including information on general origin
of the Supply. Where applicable the Supplier shall issue a supplier’s
declaration or a long-term supplier’s declaration for the Supplies having
preferential or non-preferential origin status in accordance with European
Union rules of origin governing the preferential trade.
3.15 The Supplier shall have a security management system which shall i)
ensure and document the supply chain security processes, and ii) prevent
unauthorized access to and tampering with the Supply, the premises, the
cargo units, the goods in transit and the storages. The Supplier shall comply
with the security instructions of Wärtsilä.
3.16 The Supplier warrants and undertakes to inform Wärtsilä promptly in
writing of any event which in the reasonable judgement of the Supplier may
adversely affect the Supplier’s ability to deliver, to perform in accordance
with the Agreement and/or the suitability of the Supply for use.
3.17 The Supplier shall not change (and shall ensure that no Sub-supplier
will change) the Supply, the Specification (including without limitation,
detailed design, components or materials), the production methods, or the
production location without prior written consent of Wärtsilä.
3.18 In case the Supplier or its Sub-supplier makes any changes to the
manufacturing methods, the place of manufacturing, the production process
and/or the design owned by it pertaining to the product being part of the
Supply, the Supplier shall communicate such changes to Wärtsilä without
delay in order for Wärtsilä to be able to foresee any possible consequences.
3.19 The Supplier agrees that the Technical Data shall belong to Wärtsilä,
and shall be transmitted to Wärtsilä for purposes including, but not limited
to, developing its products, solutions and services. Wärtsilä shall own all
works, products, reports and improvements based upon, derived from, or
incorporating Technical Data. Technical Data may be transferred (a) to the
Wärtsilä affiliates and (b) to third parties who act for or on Wärtsilä’s behalf
for processing in accordance with the non-exclusive purpose(s) listed
above or as may otherwise be lawfully processed. Wärtsilä’s rights to use
Technical Data shall survive the termination or expiration of this Agreement,
any applicable warranty period and any other commercial contract between
the Supplier and Wärtsilä.
3.20 The Supplier warrants that the Supplies, including its logic-bearing
system components (e.g. hardware, firmware, and software hereafter
referred to collectively as the “Critical Components”) shall in no event
contain any viruses, trojans, spyware or any other malware and it shall not
manufacture, distribute or subject any of Wärtsilä information systems to
the same. The Supplies shall be delivered with the latest authentic Supplier
security patches. The Supplier agrees to provide summary documentation
of all known vulnerabilities for the Critical Components, and agrees to
deliver the relevant documentation with the recommended compensating
mitigation workarounds for the Supply.
3.21 The Supplier shall not, without the prior written consent of Wärtsilä,
include any third party software, including open source software, in the
Supply. At the request of Wärtsilä, the Supplier shall provide Wärtsilä with
information on the third party software included in the Supply as instructed
by Wärtsilä. Supplier shall at all times comply with the license terms of any
third party software used as part of the Supply.

 

4 WARRANTY
4.1 The Supplier warrants and undertakes that the Supply is new, free from
any defects and is in conformity with all requirements of the Agreement, the
Specifications and the Order. Further the Supplier represents and warrants
that it possesses the necessary professional skill, care, diligence,
knowledge, experience and capability to execute and perform its obligations
under the Agreement. The Supplier warrants and undertakes the sound
professional and qualitative standard of the Supply. At the time of the
Delivery the Supply shall conform to the Specifications, the highest
technical standards and to the applicable laws and regulations. The Supply
shall be fit for its purpose and for the special purpose of Wärtsilä in every
respect.
4.2 The Supplier shall within one (1) calendar day respond to Wärtsilä’s
request and within three (3) calendar days have qualified manpower
available to repair or replace without any cost to Wärtsilä, at the premises
of Wärtsilä, any of its suppliers or the end-customers as the case may be,
any defect resulting from the improper quality or standard of the Supply,
defective design, workmanship and/or material.
4.3 Any defective part(s) shall be removed from and/or if necessary
reinstalled to its current premises by the Supplier at the expense of the Supplier. The Supplier shall bear the costs and risk relating to the repair or

replacement of the defective part(s), including but not limited to any
manufacturing, transportation, dismantling and installation costs as well as
any costs incurred by Wärtsilä. All dues, customs, import and export
charges, direct and indirect taxes and any other official charges imposed
on the Supply repaired, replaced or removed hereunder, shall be for the
account of the Supplier.
4.4 The warranty period expires after twenty-four (24) months from the date
the Supply has been taken into operation by the end-customer of Wärtsilä
or thirty-six (36) months from the date of Delivery to Wärtsilä, whichever
later occurs.
4.5 The warranty period for part(s) or the Supply, which has been repaired
or replaced under the warranty, shall be twenty-four (24) months from the
date the repaired or replaced part or the repaired or replaced Supply has
been taken into operation by the end-customer of Wärtsilä or thirty-six (36)
months from the date of repair or the delivery of the replacement to Wärtsilä,
whichever later occurs.
4.6 The warranty period for any Supply shall be extended if and to the extent
the Supply cannot be used for its intended purpose by reason of a defect,
damage or deficiency attributable to the Supplier.
5 PAYMENT TERMS
5.1 Subject to the Supplier performing its obligations and subject to the
receipt of the invoice and documents by Wärtsilä, Wärtsilä shall pay for the
Supply within ninety (90) days from the receipt of the invoice and the
documents. Payment for the Supply is subject to deduction or set-off of any
claim related to this Agreement which Wärtsilä may have against the
Supplier.
5.2 All invoices and payments shall be in the currency stated in the
Order/Agreement. All invoices shall refer to the Order number of Wärtsilä,
item number in the Order and marking as to the description of the Supply
(marks and numbers, number and kind of packages, gross and net weight,
measurements, commodity codes, country of origin, information on
eventual intercommunity Supply, the actual delivery address of the Supply).
The Supplier shall separately specify the freight and insurance costs in the
invoice, if any. In case Wärtsilä advises separately the Supplier shall deliver
the invoices in electronic format.
5.3 If an undisputed payment or an instalment is delayed after the due date
for reason attributable to Wärtsilä, Wärtsilä shall pay interest to the Supplier
on the amount overdue at one (1) month Euro Interbank Offered Rate
(Euribor) of the due date plus two percent (2%) per annum for each full
calendar month the payment is overdue.

 

6 PACKING, MARKING AND DOCUMENTS
6.1 The Supplier shall furnish the packing material and adequately pack the
Supply to withstand ordinary strain in transportation taking into account any
instructions given by Wärtsilä and the nature of the goods and the method
of handling and storage during transportation. Unpainted metallic surfaces
of each component of the Supply shall be well protected against corrosion.
The Supplier shall provide Wärtsilä and the freight forwarder of Wärtsilä
details of the consignment, not later than seven (7) days prior to the
Delivery. A container provided by the Supplier shall have the container
safety certificate valid for one (1) year from the Delivery.
6.2 The Delivery shall include a case or unit specific packing list, as
applicable, containing details, such as marks, item number, Order number,
packages, dimensions, gross and net weight or any other information
required specifically in the Order.
6.3 Upon Delivery the Supplier shall provide Wärtsilä with the invoice and
the packing list, the Supply certificate, the classification documents and the
measurement protocols in duplicate. The Supplier shall, upon Delivery,
provide Wärtsilä with drawings, design documents, instruction manuals and
maintenance instructions and spare part lists for the whole Supply. All
information and documents shall be provided in the form required by
Wärtsilä.
6.4 All drawings, designs, Specifications, schedules, Order confirmations,
dispatch notes and other documents between Wärtsilä and the Supplier
concerning the Agreement shall be in the English language and in the
metric system of weights and measures, unless otherwise agreed. The
Supplier shall label the Supply ‘WÄRTSILÄ®’, unless otherwise agreed.
6.5 The Supplier shall be fully responsible for affixing all applicable warning
labels, safety and operation instructions.
6.6 If the Supply shall be delivered directly to the customer of Wärtsilä or
his freight forwarder, the Supplier shall:

(i) provide Wärtsilä a preliminary packing list of the consignment (marks,
item and Order numbers, packages, dimensions, gross and net weight etc.)
not later than fourteen (14) days prior to the Delivery, and
(ii) provide confirmed packing lists to Wärtsilä and the freight forwarder of
Wärtsilä upon Delivery.

 

7 VARIATION, SUSPENSION, CANCELLATION AND TERMINATION
FOR DEFAULT
7.1 Wärtsilä has the right to issue a written variation, suspension or
cancellation Order.
7.2 Variation
7.2.1 Wärtsilä has the right to order variations in the Supply. Variations may
include, but are not limited to, increases or decreases in the quantity,
changes in Specifications and execution of the Supply or any part thereof,
as well as changes in the Delivery schedule.
7.2.2 In case the variation has a substantial impact on the scope of the
Supply, the Delivery schedule or price, the Supplier shall issue an estimate
containing (i) a description of the variation of the Supply (ii) a detailed
progress- and resource plan for the execution of the variation (iii) the
calculations of the effects of the variation on the price and Delivery
schedule, if any. When Wärtsilä orders a variation the Supplier shall confirm
the acceptance of the variation in writing within four (4) business days.
7.2.3 Unless otherwise agreed the Supplier may not proceed with the
performance and execution of the variation without the Order and consent
of Wärtsilä in respect of (i) - (iii) above.
7.3 Suspension
7.3.1 Wärtsilä has the right to temporarily suspend an Order or any part
thereof. Wärtsilä shall specify which part of the Supply shall be suspended,
the effective date of the suspension, the expected date for resumption and
the mobilization- and support functions which shall be maintained while the
Supply is suspended, as applicable.
7.3.2 When a suspension exceeding fourteen (14) days is ordered by
Wärtsilä, the Supplier shall without undue delay submit an estimate to
Wärtsilä, which shall contain (i) a description of the effects on the personnel,
the Delivery schedule, the equipment and the Sub-suppliers, and (ii) a
detailed demobilization- and progress plan for safeguarding the Supply.
7.4 Cancellation
7.4.1 Wärtsilä has the right to cancel the Order at its sole discretion, with
the consequence that the Supplier’s obligation to perform the Supply shall
immediately cease.
7.4.2 Following such cancellation, the Parties shall negotiate and agree fair
compensation of such Supplier’s direct costs incurred prior and due to the
cancellation which cannot be reasonably avoided. All Supplies paid by for
by Wärtsilä shall become property of Wärtsilä.
7.5 Termination for Default
7.5.1 Wärtsilä has the right to terminate for default of the Supplier the
Agreement and/or any Order in whole or in part by sending a notice with
immediate effect, without prejudice to any other provisions, rights or
remedies under the Agreement or law, in the event that:
(i) the Supplier commits a material breach of the Agreement and/or any
Order and fails to remedy the same within thirty (30) days after having
received written notice from Wärtsilä; or
(ii) it is clear from the circumstances that there will occur a delay in Delivery,
which under the Agreement would entitle Wärtsilä to maximum liquidated
damages; or
(iii) the Supplier ceases or threatens to cease carrying on its business or
becomes insolvent or enters into a composition with its creditors or goes
into liquidation; or
(iv) the ownership and/or management of the Supplier is changed
significantly.
7.5.2 The Supplier has the right to terminate for default of Wärtsilä this
Agreement by sending a notice in the event that Wärtsilä ceases or
threatens to cease carrying on its business or becomes insolvent or enters
into a composition with its creditors or goes into liquidation.
7.5.3 Wärtsilä has the right to terminate for default an Order in whole or in
part in the event that the Supplier commits a material breach with regard to
a specific Order and fails to remedy the same within seven (7) days after
having received a written notice. In the event of termination under this
Article 7.5.3 Wärtsilä shall be entitled to appoint a third party to complete
the terminated Order or to complete the terminated Order itself and the
Supplier shall pay all costs incurred by Wärtsilä in completing the
terminated Order.

 

8 LIABILITY, INDEMNITY, SEVERABILITY, ETC.
8.1 The Supplier shall be liable for and/or indemnify and compensate
Wärtsilä for all damages caused by the Supplier or the Supply, including
product liability and/or hidden defects, in respect of: (i) physical injury to or 

death of any person(s); and (ii) loss or damage to any property, whether
real or personal, including the Supply.
8.2 Neither Party shall be liable for any indirect or consequential damages
and/or losses, such as loss of profit, loss of revenue and loss of time, under
the Agreement, unless the Party has been guilty of gross negligence or
wilful misconduct. This exclusion of liability does not apply to the following
(to the extent any of them would be considered consequential damages
and/or losses): the warranty obligations of the Supplier, the obligation of the
Supplier to pay liquidated damages, the indemnification obligations of the
Supplier pursuant to Articles 8.1 and 9.1, and/or consequences of
infringement of Intellectual Property Rights of the Parties.
8.3 The provisions of the Agreement are severable and if any provision is
held to be invalid or unenforceable then such invalidity or unenforcement
shall not affect the remaining provisions of the Agreement. The relevant
provisions hereunder shall automatically be replaced by a valid provision
that shall meet with the purpose hereof as close as possible.
8.4 The Supplier shall not be entitled to transfer or assign any of the rights
and liabilities hereunder to any third party without the prior written consent
of Wärtsilä.
8.5 In case of any termination of an agreement between Wärtsilä and its
customer for the default of Wärtsilä, the Agreement shall be assignable by
Wärtsilä to the customer of Wärtsilä or to another entity selected to replace
Wärtsilä for performance of the obligations of Wärtsilä. The Supplier hereby
consents to any such assignment.

 

9 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND NON-DISCLOSURE OF
CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
9.1 Indemnification obligation:
The Supplier shall indemnify, hold harmless and compensate Wärtsilä
companies belonging to Wärtsilä group, system suppliers, directors,
employees, representatives and customers from and against any claims,
actions, damages, liabilities, losses, costs, suits and/or expenditures
(including but not limited to attorney’s fees and costs) incurred by Wärtsilä,
its affiliates, any of its customers or Sub-suppliers arising out of, as a result
of or in connection with a claim for infringement of Intellectual Property
Rights of a third party by the manufacture, design, use, maintenance,
service, support or sale of any Supplies.
9.2 Non-disclosure of Confidential Information:
Any and all past, present and/or future information and/or data disclosed by
Wärtsilä to the Supplier pursuant to the Agreement (“Confidential
Information”) is disclosed in confidence irrespective of the medium in which
that information or data is embedded and if the Confidential Information is
disclosed verbally, visually or otherwise.
The Supplier shall:
a) not disclose Confidential Information to anyone except to the Supplier’s
employees or Sub-suppliers who reasonably need to know the Confidential
Information and are bound by confidentiality obligations;
b) not use Confidential Information except for the purpose of fulfilling this
Agreement; and
c) keep the Confidential Information in confidence with the same degree of
care as is used for the Supplier’s own confidential information and at least
with reasonable care. Within ninety (90) days of termination or expiration of
this Agreement Wärtsilä may request the disposal of the Confidential
Information. Disposal means execution of reasonable measures to return
or destroy all copies including electronic data. Destruction shall be
confirmed in writing. Disposal shall be effected within thirty (30) days of the
request being made.
9.3 Trademarks and other markings:
The Supplier shall honour and refrain from using or referring to the
trademarks or trade names owned or generally used by Wärtsilä or any
company belonging to Wärtsilä group in connection with the activities of the
Supplier with third parties. Accordingly, the Supplier shall use Wärtsilä’s
proprietary markings (including but not limited to WÄRTSILÄ® and LIPS®
trademarks, logos, spare part numbers, material numbers, drawing
numbers, IMO numbers and/or symbols/codes based on ECC200 standard,
hereinafter collectively referred to as “Markings”) as per Wärtsilä’s
instructions and exclusively on Supply. The Supplier shall not deliver to third
parties products, packages and/or documentation bearing any such
Markings without Wärtsilä’s prior written consent. Furthermore, the Supplier
is not allowed to use the name “Wärtsilä” in its reference list without the
prior written consent of the authorized representative of Wärtsilä.
9.4 The Supplier hereby acknowledges and agrees that any infringement of
Article 9.3 or any other obligations of the Supplier regarding Confidential
Information or Intellectual Property Rights, shall be considered as a material
breach of this Agreement. Any such breach will entitle Wärtsilä, without
limiting any other legal remedy or claim for damages under Agreement or
law, to liquidated damages of one million Euro (€1,000,000) per each
individual infringement (e.g. each infringing product delivered by the 

Supplier on the market), and/or to terminate the Agreement with immediate
effect. Such compensation shall be payable within four (4) weeks from the
date Wärtsilä has informed in writing the Supplier of the breach and
provided reasonable evidence thereof.
9.5 Wärtsilä shall maintain title and ownership of Specifications, items, tools
and materials provided by Wärtsilä. The Supplier shall clearly mark and
keep them separate from other drawings, items, tools and materials.
9.6 The Supplier shall grant Wärtsilä a worldwide, non-exclusive, nontransferable,
irrevocable, sub-licensable, perpetual royalty-free and fully
paid-up license to the Supplier provided Specifications to the extent
necessary for the utilization of the Supply.

 

10 FORCE MAJEURE
10.1 Neither party shall be considered in default under the Agreement due
to the following circumstances beyond the control of a party: wars, civil riots,
hostilities, public disorder, epidemics, currency and other restrictions
imposed by governmental authority (“Force Majeure”). Force Majeure
events shall not include non-performance of a Sub-supplier, shortage or
lack of material or resources or shortage of transport.
10.2 As soon as any performance under the Agreement is likely to be
affected by an event of Force Majeure the affected party shall give written
notice to the other party setting out all relevant details of the same. The
affected party shall be released from the performance of its obligations
under the Agreement to the extent and for the period of time the party can
establish that the performance has been prevented by Force Majeure. An
extension of the Delivery or payment schedule equal to the impact of the
Force Majeure event in question will be granted.
10.3 If requested by either party, the affected party shall discuss with the
other party action to be taken to overcome the Force Majeure event and
shall use its best reasonable endeavors to overcome such circumstances.
If the performance of the Agreement and/or Order is prevented for more
than two (2) months because of Force Majeure, either party may terminate
the Agreement and/or the Order by a written notice to the other party. In
case of termination the Parties shall decide a proper arrangement regarding
the consequences of such termination, by way of repayment of money or
otherwise, which shall be just and equitable under the circumstances.

 

11 COMPLIANCE
11.1 The Supplier shall comply with all applicable laws and regulations and
the requirements of good citizenship in each jurisdiction where the Supplier
performs its activities. This includes, but is not restricted to, compliance with
laws and regulations on competition, corporate governance, taxation,
financial disclosure, employee rights, environmental protection,
occupational health and safety and export control. Wärtsilä’s Code of
Conduct is incorporated to this Agreement by reference and is available at
http://www.wartsila.com/sustainability/our-approach/code-of-conduct. The
Supplier agrees to comply, and agrees to ensure that it affiliates, suppliers,
subcontractors and other representatives shall comply, with the Wärtsilä
Code of Conduct.
11.2 The Supplier shall be fully responsible for its liabilities as an employer.
The Supplier shall have management approved occupational health and
safety programs implemented, the aim of which is to create a hazard-free
workplace for its employees. The Supplier shall have a valid safety plan,
equipment and trained personnel for emergency situations.
11.3 The Supplier shall support and respect the protection of human rights,
as defined in United Nation’s Universal Declaration on Human Rights (see
http://www.un.org/Overview/rights.html). The Supplier shall promote
freedom from discrimination based on race, ethnic or national origin, colour,
gender, family status, sexual orientation, creed, disability, age or political
beliefs or any other characteristics protected by law. The Supplier shall
foster equal opportunity. The Supplier shall support basic labour rights as
defined by the International Labour Organization (see
www.ilo.org/ilolex/english/convdisp1.htm). In this respect the Supplier shall
uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right
to collective bargaining. In case these rights are restricted by local law, the
Supplier shall offer its personnel alternative means to present their views.
Wages paid for regular working hour and overtime hours shall meet at least
the minimum required by the law. Illegal or unauthorized deductions from
wages shall not be allowed. The Supplier shall not be engaged in any
practice inconsistent with the laws and regulations prohibiting child labour.
The Supplier shall not use any form of forced or compulsory labour. The
Supplier shall provide necessary information to Wärtsilä in order for Wärtsilä
to assess the Supplier’s compliance with respect to Article 11 of these
Conditions.
11.4 With respect to environmental requirements and regulations, including
but not limited to noise and emissions, the Supply shall conform to all
applicable laws and regulations and the latest standard for similar products.
Any modification, documentation, approval or procedure required by
applicable laws and regulations shall be on the responsibility and cost of
the Supplier. The Supplier shall certify and ensure that the Supply is not
containing asbestos or any other hazardous material in any form in the
basic material or in the components used in the Supply. The Supplier shall
certify and ensure that the Supplier does not procure and the Supply is not
containing tin, tantalum, tungsten or gold ("Conflict Minerals") originated in
conflict-affected or high-risk areas.
11.5 Illicit Payments Prohibited
11.5.1 The Supplier acknowledges that it is expected to fully comply with all
applicable laws prohibiting bribery, money laundering and extortion and
also with the standards of conduct and spirit of the OECD Convention on
Combating Bribery of Foreign Officials in International Business
Transactions and the Commentaries thereon (“OECD Convention”, see
www.oecd.org/ under “Corruption”) and the Rules of Conduct to Combat
Extortion and Bribery of the International Chamber of Commerce (“ICC
Rules” see www.iccwbo.org/ under “Anti-Corruption”), each of OECD
Convention and ICC Rules being read and understood by the Supplier.
11.5.2 The Supplier represents and warrants that it and its employees as
well as consented assignees, Sub-suppliers and alike, if any, do not directly
or indirectly, (i) promise, offer, pay, solicit or accept bribes or kickbacks of
any kind (ii) utilize other techniques, such as subcontracts, purchase orders
or consulting agreements to channel payments or other benefits to
government officials, to employees of the other contracting Party, their
relatives or business associates, with the intention to influence or induce
the referred owner or employee to use his or her influence to assist the
Supplier or Wärtsilä in obtaining or retaining business or securing any
improper advantage. The Supplier acknowledges that such activities may
constitute a criminal violation of local laws and regulations punishable by
substantial fines and/or imprisonment.
11.5.3 If the Supplier directly or indirectly offers, pays, solicits or accepts
payment of any money or anything of value to any government, public or
political party, official or an employee of a party involved in the Supply for
the purpose of influencing the official or employee or an act or decision of
such official or employee in the course of carrying out the Agreement, or is
in breach of any of its representations and warranties in this Article 11,
Wärtsilä is entitled, without limiting any other legal remedy under the
Agreement or law, to terminate the Agreement through a simple notice with
an immediate effect.
11.6 Export Control Regulations
The Supplier shall comply with all applicable export control laws and
regulations. The Supplier shall obtain all required export licenses or
agreements necessary to perform the Supplier’s obligations under this
Agreement, as applicable. The Supplier shall notify Wärtsilä if any use, sale,
import or export by Wärtsilä of the Supplies to be delivered under this
Agreement is restricted by any export control laws or regulations. When the
Supplies are subject to export control the Supplier shall inform Wärtsilä the
Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCN) for the supplied items
(articles, technology and software). The Supplier shall indemnify, hold
harmless and, at the election of Wärtsilä, defend Wärtsilä from and against
all losses, damages, liabilities and expense, including but not limited to
reasonable attorneys’ fees, arising from or related to any act or omission of
the Supplier or Sub-suppliers at any tier in the performance of any of its
obligations under this Article 11.6. The Supplier shall ensure that its Subsuppliers
(if any) shall comply with the requirements of Article 11.6.
11.7 The Supplier has the obligation to obtain all necessary explicit written
consents from its employees in accordance with the Regulation (EU)
2016/679 (“GDPR”) and/or other applicable data protection legislation for
the processing and transfer of the said employees’ personal data outside
EU/EEA. Further, the Supplier undertakes to store and maintain such
consents as long as necessary for the fulfilment of the Supplier’s contractual
obligations towards Wärtsilä. In addition, Wärtsilä shall have the right to
review such consents upon request. The Supplier shall indemnify, hold
harmless and, at the election of Wärtsilä, defend Wärtsilä from and against
all losses, damages, liabilities and expense, including but not limited to
reasonable attorneys’ fees, arising from or related to any act or omission of
the Supplier or Sub-suppliers at any tier in the performance of any of its
obligations under this Article. The Supplier shall ensure that its Subsuppliers
(if any) shall comply with the requirements of this Article.

 

12 APPLICABLE LAW AND ARBITRATION
12.1 The Agreement shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance
with the laws of the country where Wärtsilä (the purchasing entity) has its
principal place of business.
12.2 All disputes arising out of or in connection with the Agreement shall be
finally settled under the Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of
Commerce by one (1) or more arbitrators appointed in accordance with the
said Rules. The proceedings before the arbitral tribunal shall be governed
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by the Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce, and
where these Rules are silent, by the laws of the country where Wärtsilä (the
purchasing entity) has its principal place of business. The arbitration
proceedings shall be conducted in the English language and will take place
in the capital of the country where Wärtsilä (the purchasing entity) has its
principal place of business.