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GHTL are AS9100 and ISO9001 approved and hold NADCAP for Heat Treating

Terms of Purchase

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Terms of Purchase

  • A.1 The purchase order number must be quoted on all correspondence.
  • A.2 All goods supplied must be accompanied by a delivery note and where applicable, a Certificate / Release note.
  • A.3 Where the PO has flowed down requirements for additional certification or data it must accompany the goods or be supplied as expeditiously as possible when supplying a service.
  • A.4 Goods or Services are not to be supplied without an official Gloucester Heat Treatment Limited (GHT) purchase order.
  • A.5 When a price is not stated it must be prior agreed in writing.
  • A.6 Invoices which differ from the amount stated on the order will not be accepted unless agreed previously in writing or covered by a supplementary order.
  • A.7 The Company reserves the right to cancel this order if the goods ordered are not delivered by the times specified on the order.
  • A.8 Title in the goods ordered shall not pass to the Company until physical delivery of the goods is taken by the Company at the delivery point stated on the order.
  • A.9 All containers are supplied free unless otherwise instructed and will be returned if required at the supplier's risk and charge.
  • B.1 All personnel involved with supply shall be suitably trained and qualified to do so. For Grade A suppliers training and qualification must be in accordance with the supplier’s quality management system requirements.
  • C.1a Grade A suppliers are those who’s product or service can directly impact GHT’s output quality and therefore must maintain a quality management system in accordance with a national or international standard such as ISO9001 / AS9100 / ISO17025 / NADCAP etc. and GHT must be notified of any significant change of QMS status.
  • C.1b Grade C suppliers are asked to have a documented quality management system in accordance with ISO9001 in place but this is not mandatory. Where a documented QMS is in place, GHT must be notified of any significant change in its status.
  • D.1 The identification, revision status and other technical instructions must be to the latest issue unless otherwise stated. The issue / revision status should be reported on the Certificate / Release note.
  • E.1 Requirements for test, inspection, verification etc. (where applicable) must be as flowed down on the Purchase Order.
  • E.2 Any deviations from the purchase order test method are to be first approved by GHT.
  • F.1 Where applicable, test specimens must be retained indefinitely. They should be suitably protected and marked for easy retrieval, if and when requested for auditing, inspection, verification etc.
  • G.1 Non-conforming product (test failures) must be reported on all incoming certification (test reports etc.)
  • G.2 The supplier must notify GHT of any changes in product and/or process, changes of supplier, changes of facility location, changes of any customer or 3rd party approvals and or scope, and, where required, obtain GHT approval
  • G.3 No part of any order is to be sub-contracted to a sub-tier supplier without prior permission from GHT.
  • G.4 If work is subcontracted to sub tier suppliers, the full requirements of the order shall be flowed down to the sub-tier suppliers; this shall include any SQA requirements and contract statements such as “In pursuance of [customer] contract and [SQA document] requirements at the latest issue are applicable”.
  • H.1 Records are to be retained indefinitely. GHT’s approval must be formally requested (in writing) should there be any requirement for record disposal.
  • I.1 GHT, its customers and regulatory authorities are to have reasonable access to facilities and records related to its orders.
  • Your acceptance of any GHT order is an acknowledgement that you agree to the above conditions.