Requirements

PACKING AND SHIPPING

Seller shall prepare and pack the goods to prevent damage and deterioration. Charges for preparation, packing, crating cartage are included in the price unless separately specified in the order.

SHIPMENT/DELIVERY

Shipments or deliveries, as specified in this order, shall be in strict accordance with the specified quantities, without shortage or excess; the specified schedules, neither ahead of nor behind schedule; and the other requirements of this order. Seller shall promptly notify Buyer in writing of any anticipated or actual delay, the reasons thereof, and the actions being taken by seller to overcome or minimize delay.

CUSTOMER FURNISHED MATERIALS

All customer furnished materials, i.e. blueprint, mylar, tooling, etc., are to be returned with the product upon completion of the order.

APPROVED SUPPLIERS

Suppliers may only use customer approved sub-tier suppliers. All applicable requirements in the purchasing documents must be met by the sub-tier suppliers, including key characteristics and record retention requirements.

RIGHT OF ENTRY

Seller shall allow the customer, the customer’s customer, and regulatory agencies right of entry into the seller’s facility to determine and verify the quality of work, records, and material at any place and time.

QUALITY

The seller shall provide and maintain an inspection system which will ensure that all delivered products conform to purchase contract requirements, whether manufactured or processed by the supplier or obtained from one of their suppliers. The seller shall maintain controls and perform all inspections and tests required to substantiate product conformance to drawings, specifications and other purchase contract requirements. The seller shall not use Silicon-Carbide abrasive paper on any aluminum products. The seller shall notify Impresa Aerospace of changes in product and/or process definition and always obtain Impresa Aerospace approval prior to implementing any proposed changes.

RECORD RETENTION

All documentation and records pertaining to Impresa Aerospace shall be maintained and stored by the seller for 15 years, unless an otherwise specified period of time or life terms is provided for in the purchase order. The seller shall ensure that records kept in their facility are stored in a way that prevents deterioration or damage and prevents loss. Where computerized records need to be kept, the seller must ensure that these records are regularly backed up. Hard copies or computerized records shall be easily retrievable within 72 hours by Impresa Aerospace or any regulatory agency request.

NON-CONFORMING MATERIAL

Supplier must notify Impresa Aerospace of any non-conforming product and make arrangements for approval to submit non-conforming product.

CERTIFICATIONS

The seller must ensure that individual parameters within a given specification have been met. Certifications must reflect all applicable manufacturing and process specifications called for on the engineering drawing. This includes all buried special process specifications. The specifications must be listed on the certification in proper sequence. Critical sub-level referenced processes need to be certified (i.e. bake after plate, stress relief, magnetic particle inspection, etc.). Suppliers may only use customer approved sub-tier suppliers, and all applicable requirements in the purchasing documents must be flowed down to the sub-tier suppliers including key characteristics and record retention requirements.