Supplier Terms and Conditions

General:  This document describes the Supplier Requirements necessary to satisfy AS9100 & ISO 9001.  As a supplier to Precise Products Corporation, you become a key contributor to the products and services that we deliver to our customers.  The following terms and conditions apply to all suppliers of products and/or manufacturing services determined by Precise Products Corporation as directly affecting the quality of products we supply to our customers. It is expected that all suppliers have a QMS system in place and that when required statistical methods will be used.

Precise Products, its customers, and interested regulatory agencies shall at all times have the right of entry to verify the quality of work, records and materials related to this purchase.

Delivery Dates: The date on our Purchase Order is to be considered the LAST date that parts should arrive on our dock.  We accept early delivery (up to 3 weeks) of the quantity ordered.  If late shipment cannot be avoided, Vendor is required to communicate as quickly as possible, to the name indicated on the purchase order, the quantity available by the due date and the expected arrival date for the balance of parts.  The buyer will coordinate with you to arrange a revised schedule and/or change the method of shipment.

Recordkeeping:  Supplier must keep all data and records related to products conformance indefinitely due to the long lifespan of the commercial and military programs we support.

Non-conforming Material Disposition/Handling Instructions: Non-conforming material shall NEVER be shipped with conforming material.  If the production run has 5% or more non-conforming material for the same defect, call Precise Products Quality Manager about possible usage of deviation approval.

Supplier Expectations: Suppliers are expected to adequately qualify its employees to perform work on Precise Products parts, jobs, and purchase orders, including their contribution to product or service conformity, their contribution to product safety and the importance of ethical behavior.

Suppliers are required to communicate in a timely manner regarding PO status, quality issues and all other related matters. Additionally, the supplier must notify Precise Products of changes to processes, products, or services, including changes of their external providers or location of manufacture, and obtain the company’s approval prior to any changes.

Suppliers are to have provisions in their internal systems to prevent the use of counterfeit parts.

Suppliers are expected to exceed greater than 70% on-time, and greater than an 80% acceptance rating. Suppliers not meeting these metrics may be flagged for further review. Suppliers that are deemed to be Marginal, will be sent a report stating their current score and possible implications for failing to improve upon their score.

To ensure product identification and traceability, Precise Products requires material certificates, certificates of conformity, and/or supporting documentation from its suppliers upon accepting of Purchase Order.

Suppliers are expected to pack parts with reasonable care to prevent damage in transit. Parts arriving with obvious transit damage resulting from inadequate part protection or containers will be evaluated

Precise Products may require a Corrective Action Report from its suppliers when nonconforming material/product/service is discovered.  Specific actions may be implemented where timely and/or effective corrective actions to a supplier issue are not achieved.  These actions may include, but are not limited to, removal of the supplier from the approved supplier list.

Suppliers must notify Precise Products if subcontract work is flowed down to sub-tier supplier.  All sub-tier suppliers must be approved by Precise Products.

Any order containing “ITAR” and/or “EAR” controlled documents must be controlled per all applicable regulations.

DPAS Rated Orders: When customers invoke a DPAS order, Precise Products will flow this information down on the specific Purchase Order. When the Customer invokes DPAS; it essentially means that it takes priority of any other parts being processed. Information is available on line if there are questions or concerns. If there is more than one DPAS rated order in the system the following applies:  the DPAS regulation, identified by the rating symbol “DO” and ”DX”. All DO rated orders have equal priority status with each other and take preference over unrated orders. All DX rated orders have equal status and take preference over DO rated orders and unrated orders.