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General logistics standards of the Dräxlmaier Group for the ordering process, containers, customs and transport of series material


1 General logistics standards of the Dräxlmaier Group for the ordering process, containers, customs and transport of series material Versin 1.2 Status Scope of application as standard and infrmatin Logistics requirements to the supplier company Organization of logistics notification of changes in logistics variables Communication and contact person Endangerment of the delivery time, capacity planning, ordering process Delivery plant Delivery addresses / billing addresses Snderfahrten ... 6 Dräxlmaier Grup Lgistikstandards 1.2 1/24

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3 Scope of application as standard and infrmatin The legal relationship between suppliers and the companies of the Dräxlmaier Group (referred to as DRX in the following) when purchasing serial or pre-serial purchases is based on these conditions and other agreements. Changes and additions must be made in writing. These present conditions apply exclusively. Others do not apply even if the DRX does not expressly contradict them. Just as little if it accepts the delivery with reservation, knowing that the supplier's conditions differ from the DRX conditions. They generally apply worldwide, with the exception of DRX companies based in the American and Asian continents. At the same time, they serve, whenever necessary, the infrmatin of the supplier to the lgistic delivery practice. The starting point is always the delivery to the automotive customer (OEM) under the DRX using the JIT procedure. This means that in addition to error-free delivery, time accuracy and quantity reliability play the central role of delivery. This must apply as a logical condition between the DRX and its suppliers. In order to increase the quality of the delivery process, the DRX carries out regular checks to ensure that the supplier complies with the conditions and, if necessary, initiates measures together with the supplier. The supplier is obliged to inform himself at regular intervals about the current status of the logistics standards in the supplier portal (. Here you can find important general information and links, contact persons for the individual areas, delivery and billing addresses, opening times for incoming goods, preferred containers and packaging, packaging data sheet -Formular, information on the delivery forms, information on the electronic notification of consignments from third countries to the EU, general terms and conditions, the current logistics standards and supplier-specific documents, if the supplier is registered, can be viewed

4 1 Logistics requirements to the supplier company 1.1 Organization of logistics The supplier must clearly show DRX logistics the organization organizing his logistics and inform them of permanent contact persons and their representatives who are authorized to make decisions and can be reached at any time during business hours and ensure its availability. 1.2 Notification of changes in logistic variables The supplier must immediately notify the central DRX logistic of any change in the product status of the shipping plant, any upcoming IT system change relevant to the change in its operational logistic structure, changes to the product that affect the packaging or the supply process influence, must be coordinated with the responsible DRX dispatcher sufficiently before the start of the change in addition to the rest of the processes. 1.3 Communication and contact persons Any communication with the DRX must be answered in German (preferably) or English, stating the DRX material number, for inquiries / queries sfrt or within the given times. Contact details of the contact persons can be viewed in the DRX supplier portal. 1.4 Endangerment of the delivery time All circumstances which could endanger a timely delivery or cause sender actins at the supplier are to be reported to the responsible DRX logistics department as soon as possible. 1.5 Capacity planning Capacity must be planned so that the planned number of items can be mapped with a maximum of 5 working days of 3 shifts per week. Dräxlmaier Group logistics standards 1.2 4/24

5 2 Ordering process The entire ordering process is, as far as possible, handled by EDI (in particular delivery schedules, delivery notes and credit note procedures). Snst by fax. The request alone defines the delivery quantity and time. When the DRX is called up, no order confirmation is received from the supplier. 2.1 Delivery forms The following delivery forms are used at DRX: Delivery form standard sender form call type LAB weekly delivery call FAB * daily detailed call JIS * just-in-sequence call VMI * Vendr Managed Inventry version Visualization of the supply chain via internet platform * no optional optional yes optional optional optional delivery DRX-Prduktinsstandrt * Optinal Optinal Optinal Optinal * In the case of application process-specific individual agreement, the delivery schedule is standard. This is described in the next section. If the Snderfrmen FAB, JIS of the VMI are used in addition to the delivery request, a process-specific individual agreement is concluded. This also applies to the forms of visualization of the supply chain via the supplier portal, Knsignatinslager and direct delivery DRX prduktinsstandrt. As a planning basis for e.g. The delivery schedule is always used for materials, personnel and machines. More detailed information can be viewed in the DRX's supplier portal. Delivery request request number / delivery pulse LAB according to VDA 4905 Transmission frequency 1x per week as well as multiple delivery frequency according to request, i.d.r. 1x per week delivery window Delivery day according to LAB delivery release Backlog and current delivery day The transferred delivery date always corresponds to the date of arrival at the DRX delivery plant. The day of delivery and notification is based on the delivery day and the process times. Determination and compliance must be ensured by the supplier. The process times in accordance with the DRX routing order (DRX shipping regulation) apply to freight collect shipments; responsibility for the transit time rests with the supplier for free shipments. Dräxlmaier Group logistics standards 1.2 5/24

6 If the transferred delivery date is a public holiday in the country / federal state of the DRX delivery address, the last working day before the holiday is considered the delivery date. Objection An objection to the delivery schedule must be received in writing by the responsible dispatcher within three working days. If this is not the case, our deadlines and call-off quantities are recognized as binding. Acceptance obligations. If not contractually agreed, the acceptance obligations of the current delivery schedule apply. The purchaser is only obliged to take delivery after the series has been discontinued if the supplier notifies the purchaser purchasing department in writing of the scope within 2 weeks after series discontinuation at the OEM, stating the number of steps, LAB date and number, the number of raw materials and finished products. This regulation applies unless otherwise contractually agreed. 2.2 Delivery plant The goods must be marked with the plant and, if applicable, the unloading point specified in the call-off. The delivery plant is not necessarily also the product plant. the goods are collected in the delivery plant and forwarded to the prduktinswerke. According to a changed agreement, individual plants are also supplied directly. 2.3 Delivery addresses / billing addresses The delivery and billing addresses, abbreviated as works numbers in the requests, can be found in the DRX supplier portal. 2.4 Sender trips If the supplier causes the risk of production line stoppages at DRX or the customer (automotive manufacturer) usually makes sender trips. Damage due to delay in material defect liability. They are commissioned by the responsible DRX procurement department at third-party companies and are usually announced in writing. Within the ISO / TS, the documentation of the additional freight boxes for our suppliers' trips is promoted. This means that costs caused by the supplier for sender trips and their causes are to be recorded by the supplier. The supplier is obliged to make this document available on request at any time. Dräxlmaier Group logistics standards 1.2 6/24

7 3 Logistics boxes If requested, container and transport boxes for each part are to be specified in detail and broken down in accordance with the specifications below. 4 Containers Packaging and container 1 for delivery to the DRX plants must meet the requirements below. Deviations are generally to be approved by the responsible container planning department of DRX. DRX reserves the right to carry out container conversions in coordination with the supplier and for justified reasons. 4.1 General a) The container must protect against damage. Aspects to be considered are: the type of products, the intended transport routes, quality requirements and legal regulations. b) The articles delivered must be free from any contamination. c) Excessively expensive containers are to be avoided as far as possible. Filling materials are to be reduced to a minimum. The process-oriented selection of the containers should correspond to the principle of economical and environmentally friendly use of resources. 1 packaging = usually packaging material, container = i.d.r. Reusable container, in the following the term container is used synnym for both versines. Dräxlmaier Group logistics standards 1.2 7/24

8 d) The container should have no recognizable defects with regard to the transport and protection function. The corresponding numbers / regulations 2 must be observed. e) Containers must not protrude laterally over the pallets. 3 f) Weights of individual packages must be complied with during transport and storage work in accordance with BGI 582 Safety and Health Protection. 4 weights of max. 12 kg are not to be exceeded. Deviations from this are to be approved via the packaging data sheet. g) It must not be possible to access the contents of the container without leaving visible traces. h) Reusable containers must be completely drainable and easy to clean. i) Containers must be clearly visible and durable from the supplier with the markings required for treatment in accordance with the order. The attachment of the identification (label / label) must be ensured with adhesive dots or through the provided insertion openings. If necessary, additional symbols for handling and properties of the containers must be attached. Adhesion of the entire surface with labels is to be avoided. The empty reusable special container is equipped with a maximum of the DRX identification label. j) Reusable special containers are to be provided with the identification label of the DRX after consultation. These labels are provided by the responsible container planning department of DRX. k) The containers used by DRX can be called up via the DRX supplier portal. l) Requests for empties are to be submitted to the supplier in good time. They serve to cover the container requirement that arises from the delivery call-offs. Allow up to five working days from receipt of the order to dispatch of the containers. A detailed agreement can deviate from this and must be documented. m) Unless otherwise contractually agreed, the responsibility and costs for the return of empties are regulated as follows: In the case of freight payer full goods DRX, empties return by DRX In the case of freight payer full goods supplier, empties return by supplier The return of empties takes place either as a direct exchange or by separate delivery or removal. 2 Eurpl container = UIC Nrm, VDA-KLT = VDA recommendation 4500, overseas packaging = ISPM 15 / IPPC regulation. 3 Exceptions must be agreed with the responsible container planning department. 4 Professional Association Infrmatin, see Dräxlmaier Grup Lgistikstandards 1.2 8/24

9 n) Within the European Unin 5: The declared aim is to use standardized containers such as Eurpl containers (in accordance with the application recommendation for small load carriers in accordance with VDA recommendation 4500 (in the currently valid version), cardboard boxes that match the loading unit or pallet are used within Europe, must not exceed a height of 1.00 m and must always be stackable. 6 If the volume is appropriate, deliveries are to be made on Euro pallets (UIC standard) with the Ftprint dimensions 1200 x 800 mm.) Outside the European Unin 7: The IPPC standard for wooden packaging must always be observed. For export goods (Asia, America), pallet dimensions with the dimensions 1120 x 720 x 150 mm are preferred from DRX. Containers and loading units that are used outside of Europe must be stackable. If necessary, a reference is to be attached not stackable. In this case, coordination with the responsible container logistics department of DRX is required. p) The use of reusable and reusable containers depends on the location of the actual product factory and the distance between the locations. Below is an aid to the preferred container solution. 5 Supplier within the EU delivers to a DRX plant within the EU. 6 Deviations must be coordinated with the responsible container planning department. 7 Supplier within the EU delivers to a DRX plant outside the EU. In this case, the place of delivery (distribution center) is not decisive. Change the actual product status of the DRX. Dräxlmaier Group logistics standards 1.2 9/24

10 Delivery from supplier location: Delivery to Dräxlmaier Grup Prduktinswerk in: Germany Eurpa Outside Eurpa Overseas Germany Reusable reusable the reusable the (IPPC standard) (IPPC standard) Eurpa reusable the reusable the reusable the (IPPC standard) (IPPC standard) Outside of Europe reusable der (possibly IPPC standard) reusable der (possibly IPPC standard) reusable der (possibly IPPC standard) (IPPC standard) overseas (IPPC standard) (IPPC standard) (IPPC standard) (IPPC standard) 4.2 Production and series containers and packaging data sheet a) Production containers: Until the agreed series containers are used, the supplier himself is responsible for the correct and safe container solution and provides a container solution coordinated with DRX frmls on his boxes. b) Series container: The series container (including non-packaging and spare parts packaging) is agreed on a product-specific basis between the DRX container planning department and the supplier. The series container must be planned so that the planned number of items plus any product-related and individually agreed flexibility are secured. Tool boxes for special containers may have to be specified separately. Once the containers have been agreed, the DRX issues a binding release for both sides. After approval, the delivery must be made in the agreed series container. However, the release of a container does not release the supplier from his responsibility for a damage-free delivery of parts. For justified reasons, a container can deviate from the agreed series solution. Such an alternative container must be agreed in good time and documented in the packaging data sheet after consultation with the DRX container planning department. Dräxlmaier Group logistics standards / 24

11 The use of alternative containers must also be approved once on a case-by-case basis. Deviations must be noted accordingly on the delivery note (for example: non-packaging, alternative container). In the event of changes to parts (type, shape of the components), the supplier is obliged to check the specified container solution and, if necessary, to adapt it after consultation with the DRX container planning department. c) Packaging data sheet: The result of the coordination with the series container can also be documented in writing in a DRX packaging data sheet and fixed with the signatures of the supplier and the responsible container planning department. The blank version of the packaging data sheet can be called up via the DRX supplier portal. The notification of container suggestions should be made in this packaging data sheet format, if possible. 4.3 Procurement of reusable containers a) The container quantities (including non-packaging) are agreed on a product-specific basis between the DRX container planning department and the supplier. The product-specific regulation also applies to the determination of the circulation days and the procurement of containers. b) DRX takes over the container circulation for a maximum of 9 to 24 days. The supplier bears overall responsibility (maintenance, cleaning, availability, disposal, etc.) for container requirements that go beyond this (e.g. for cylinder size production) and also remains the owner of this corresponding number of containers. A possible allocation of costs to the DRX of the supplier is determined according to the guideline below. The supplier submits his information on the basis of this guideline or on the basis of a specific project specification: Dräxlmaier Grup Lgistikstandards / 24

12 c) No additional containers are made available by the DRX for solution size products, material buffers, circular runs and similar additional requirements at the supplier or between the suppliers and refiners. Cleanliness, repairs, loss and jamming a) The supplier must ensure that the containers are clean. This also includes the removal of VDA goods tags of the other misleading labels for the next assembly; Container identification labels from the DRX, however, must never be removed. The container must always be freed from gross contamination by the supplier before it is refilled.Contaminated containers must be documented and a complaint must be made to the responsible container dispatcher at DRX. b) Repairs are carried out to ensure the long-term use of the containers. Repair measures on containers owned by DRX must be coordinated in writing with the empties dispatcher of the DRX container planning department. Repairs are generally at the expense of the person responsible. If no causer-based allocation is possible, the costs for repairs of the associated expenses, after clarification and agreement with the supplier, will be divided 50:50 between the DRX and the supplier. c) Losses are offset at 100% of the replacement value. This regulation applies to reusable containers that are the property of DRX as well as empties from third parties that can no longer be returned by the supplier. d) Containers owned by DRX may only be dismantled with the written approval of the responsible empties dispatcher and container planning. e) In the case of containers that are owned by the supplier, the DRX should be informed if the stocks in circulation change due to the connections carried out by the supplier. 4.5 Inventory management a) For all reusable containers, the DRX manages relationship-related information with the partners. b) Except for the management, the containers of the Eurpls (lattice boxes and Eurpallets) can be under certain conditions; the requirements for Eurpl inventory management can be called up via the DRX supplier portal. c) The knots are usually Compensations carried out automatically with the supplier. For this purpose, the supplier receives an extract from the DRX. If there are no movements with the supplier's location in two consecutive months, an extract is created in the third month. 8 The exception to this is the express approval by the responsible container planning department. Additional containers can be rented by suppliers by agreement. Dräxlmaier Group logistics standards / 24

13 d) An objection period of two weeks applies to statements sent by the DRX. This deadline will also be indicated on the bank statements. If there is no objection within this period, the stocks are deemed to have been recognized by the supplier. They are used by DRX as a basis for a possible offsetting of the open balances of non-returned reusable packaging to the supplier. e) Every year a container inventory is carried out by the supplier and DRX. The stocks are then to be transmitted to the DRX as part of the index comparison. 4.6 Container overhangs a) If projects or delivery volumes expire, the supplier is obliged to notify the responsible DRX empties dispatcher and container planning department in writing of any overhangs of containers that are the property of DRX. DRX is entitled to take over all containers for this scope of delivery free of charge. b) Furthermore, DRX is entitled to reclaim excess empties (DRX property) from the supplier. There is an excess of empties if the quantity of empties at the supplier exceeds an agreed stock quantity and / that the current product at the supplier is oversupplied. c) If no stock quantity has been agreed, negative stocks 9 on the DRX cant are used as an indicator for container overhangs. If the supplier cannot compensate for container overhangs by corresponding return deliveries from the takeover by the DRX, these overhangs will be assessed as a loss and invoiced and correct delivery notes are submitted. The following information must always be available on the delivery note: Container ID of the DRX (59991-xxxx) Designation of the containers / loading units Number of containers b) In order to simplify container bookings, there is the possibility of an EDI transmission. This data is then automatically fed into the container control system. The details of the EDI facility can be called up via the DRX supplier portal. 9 Supplier's debts to DRX 10 Sale / Lease Dräxlmaier Grup Lgistikstandards / 24

14 5 Labeling of goods 5.1 Goods tags The information on the goods tags must match the contents of the loading equipment or packages and be unambiguous. The goods tags must not stick out after being attached and must be readable immediately. Old markings are to be removed. The supplier must ensure that each loading device or package is marked with a goods label in accordance with VDA recommendation 4902 in the currently valid version. The following data fields must be used: 1.1 Goods recipient, short 2.1 Unloading point 3 Delivery note number 4 Supplier address, short 5 Weight, net 6 Weight, gross 7 Number of packages 8 Item number DRX 9.1 Filling quantity (in the package) 10 Description, delivery, service 11 Item number supplier 11.4 Hazardous substances (with Required as 2nd line in data field 11) 12 Supplier number (with DRX) 13 Date 14 Change status and product status (only required separately for product-specific items) 15 Package number 16 Batch number (not available) 18 Print designation Each single-item packaging unit is additionally provided with a master To identify goods tags. The Barcode Cde 39 is to be used. The VDA recommendation describes two formats. The supplier must adapt the format to be used to the size of the packaging. The supplier must ensure that all data can be read without any handling effort or that the barcode content can be recorded. Dräxlmaier Group logistics standards / 24

15 Example for VDA goods tags: (17) Muster Lieferant GmbH, Musterhausen (18) Goods tags VDA 4902, version 4 DRX can in individual cases specify the format of the goods labeling with reference to material numbers at any time. In the case of mixed shipments (different products within one outer packaging), it must be ensured that the content is also documented on the outer packaging (minimum information here: DRX material number and quantity). 5.2 Best before date If the product is subject to an expiry date, a best before date must be stated on each container. Date format to be used: DD.MM.YYYY Products with a shelf life are to be clearly identified as slche, stating the shelf life . 5.4 Thermgut In the case of Thermgut, a thermal label of the thermal label must be attached to the packaging by the sender for temperature monitoring and documentation - depending on the nature of the material. Dräxlmaier Group logistics standards / 24

16 5.5 Labeling of leather skin goods The guidelines for labeling leather skin goods for series material of the DRX apply. The current version can be viewed in the DRX supplier portal. 6 Transport The following regulations apply to the modes of transport road, rail, air and sea as well as to multimdale Kmbinatinen. 6.1 Delivery terms / trade clauses / INCOTERMS 2010 clauses In principle, only one INCOTERM clause is to be agreed for the entire scope of delivery of the supplier. The INCOTERMS 2010 clauses apply to the determination of the freight buyer, freight payer and transfer of risk. If the agreed postage is carriage forward, the supplier receives a routing order / shipping instructions. This instruction must be flown strictly. 6.2 Accompanying documents The supplier must enclose the delivery documents with his delivery in accordance with the current regulations. All documents, with the exception of the shipping order and the dangerous goods documents, are to be affixed by the supplier in a delivery note pocket on the outside of the loading device so that they are clearly visible. a) Forwarding order / waybill For shipments within Germany, a sent forwarding order / waybill is not required if the number of packages and the weight of the shipment are included on the delivery note on the accompanying slip. For all other transfers, a CMR consignment note must be used in accordance with the applicable regulations. b) Delivery note of the accompanying slip For every consignment without an EDI delivery note, a paper delivery note based on DIN 4991 with the following minimum information is required: at header level: sender, recipient, unloading point (DRX factory number), delivery note number, if necessary EDI delivery note number, delivery note date , VAT ID no. At psitin level: DRX material number, supplier part number, part description, quantity, unit of measure, change and structure status, batch number, if applicable, expiry date, container size, number of containers When using reusable packaging, the DRX container designation, the DRX container number and the number of containers must also be specified. Dräxlmaier Group logistics standards / 24

17 For every consignment of goods with a delivery note EDI, an accompanying slip in accordance with VDA recommendation 4912 must be enclosed. A paper delivery note is not necessary here. c) Quality documents The quality documents must be complete and meet the following criteria: - industry standards in the currently applicable version (e.g. initial sample test report) - specific DRX specifications - any agreements made d) Dangerous goods Should the goods to be shipped be dangerous goods act, s appropriate dangerous goods sheets (safety data sheet / accident data sheet) must be attached to the shipment. 6.3 Incoming goods opening times The incoming goods times of the DRX plants must be taken into account. These can be viewed in the supplier portal. If, in exceptional cases, delivery outside of the opening times is necessary, this must be coordinated with the responsible DRX dispatcher in advance. 6.4 Time window with DRX for consignments Freight payer supplier DRX reserves the right to control deliveries of free consignments with a time window if required. The allocation of the time window is done either through the allocation of DRX or through the booking of the supplier. If you have not booked a time slot, you can expect waiting times for check-in. 6.5 Handling times at the supplier with freight payer DRX The following handling times (unloading / loading) must be observed at the supplier: - for piece goods up to 2.5 loading meters max. 30 minutes - for piece goods from 2.5 loading meters max. 45 minutes - for complete loads max. 120 min. 6.6 Submission of evidence In exceptional cases and upon request from DRX, the supplier is obliged to submit proof of delivery to DRX or receipt of receipt from DRX. This proof must be provided within 24 hours. Dräxlmaier Group logistics standards / 24

18 7 Zll The DRX all-purpose community is self-decelerating. As a rule, the delivery must be made without payment and untaxed at the corresponding unloading point, unless there are deviating agreements. Some of the DRX companies have wage processing relationships with their foreign partners who do not belong to the European University, which do not allow direct delivery with shipping documents from the supplier. In exceptional cases, a corresponding exchange of shipping documents can be agreed in order to deliver an urgent shipment directly to the product factory. This must be coordinated with the DRX all-purpose association in each individual case prior to departure of the transport. Otherwise these shipments cannot be dispatched technically at the place of receipt in the third country, the goods will be sent back to the sender. 7.1 Supplier declarations The supplier undertakes to submit a supplier declaration to DRX in accordance with the applicable EU customs regulations. The supplier receives a printed supplier declaration from DRX. This must be duly completed in all its points and signed in a legally binding manner within 14 days, at the latest upon receipt of the first delivery. If the supplier submits the supplier declaration in exceptional cases on its own business papers, the procedure must be coordinated with DRX beforehand. Changes of origin are to be communicated to DRX immediately in writing. Upon request, the supplier must provide DRX with an officially confirmed information sheet (INF.4) for the goods delivered. 7.2 Third country shipments From then on, all goods from third countries that do not belong to the EU (with the exception of Switzerland and No routes) must be delivered to the EU, before import or export within the framework of the ICS / ECS (Imprt Cntrl System / Exprt Cntrl System) vrab electronically reported to the responsible customs office. The aim is to ensure a risk analysis after crossing the border into / out of the EU and securing the continuous international supply chain. Detailed information on this can be viewed in the DRX supplier portal. 7.3 Security of the supply chain / export restrictions The supplier will guarantee the security of the supply chain and comply with the legal policy and conditions and, upon request, provide DRX with the necessary evidence by means of certificates in the reports (e.g. security declaration for authorized economic operators (AEO) of the declaration of conformity with regard to the C-TPAT Initiative). Dräxlmaier Group logistics standards / 24

19 The supplier is obliged to inform DRX of all export restrictions applicable in the country of manufacture and / or the shipping of the goods. If the supplier is located in the EU, he will inform DRX of the procurement obligation for export permits with regard to goods that can be used for civil and military purposes as well as ammunition subject to European export restrictions and the national encryption of export restrictions. For this purpose, applicable codes (e.g. ECCN export code code for US products, AL number for the goods recorded in the German export code list, etc.) as well as all license exemptions available for the goods must be reported. Materials originating in the USA, which are subject to any import or re-import licenses in accordance with US law and regulations, must be reported to DRX within the scope of the reexprtkntrlle The above-mentioned information must be sent directly to the DRX customs department in Vilsbiburg. At the request of the supplier, DRX will issue a declaration / registration certificate for the serviceability of the supplier. 7.4 Official documents If further official documents are required for the intended use of the delivery items, the supplier is obliged to obtain or make these documents available to DRX immediately. 7.5 Ambiguity in the case of customs questions If there are any questions regarding the problem, the supplier is obliged, if possible, to clarify these with the Zll department in the DRX delivery plant before the delivery is processed. 8 Ntstrategien The supply process can be disrupted by short-term events. To safeguard the supply process, the supplier must create consistent strategies on the following topics and present them immediately upon request: Exchange of information / data processing Shipping processing Packaging Transport Missing parts Supply by sub-suppliers Other possible risk potentials (supplier-specific) Dräxlmaier Group Logistics Standards / 24

20 9 Burden of costs, additional expenditure, wasted expenditure According to the principle of the zero-error target and the requirements of the JIT delivery, the DRX is urgently dependent on the fact that its processes are complied with by the suppliers in accordance with the standard. In the event of violations, the supplier is liable for damage and workload in the DRX in accordance with the contract, general purchasing conditions of the law. In addition, in the event of culpable causation, costs relating to logistics-related violations, costs, additional internal expenses at DRX and additional transport costs must be paid, including but not limited to: Deviation from specified packaging Incorrect supplier packaging Missing reusable packaging (e.g. because not requested in time) Missing incorrect accompanying documents or EDI Incorrect pre-delivery multiple deliveries outside of the agreed delivery frequencies Non-compliance with routing orders Flgeksten Customs processing Non-compliance with loading times (calculation of downtimes) Overdelivery / pre-delivery Incorrect inventory management of reusable containers or non-compliance with the box compensation agreement, incorrect handling of missing labels and / or goods tags on the packaging units, for example fragile, protect from moisture, etc. repairs not approved by DRX and disgorgement of reusable containers missing return of reusable containers owned by DRX 10 Supplier management 10.1 Supplier evaluation The DRX regularly carries out a supplier evaluation for the areas of purchasing, quality and logistics. If the results are not satisfactory, suppliers are asked to improve their weak points and to send a catalog of measures. Defects discovered by DRX must be analyzed by the supplier. The causes of the defects are to be eliminated by the supplier, including clarification of the responsibilities. Dräxlmaier Group logistics standards / 24

21 11 Sub-supplier management The supplier is responsible for the entire process including any sub-suppliers used by the service providers. Any communication on the part of DRX is exclusively with the supplier. The responsibility for the development of the sub-suppliers lies with the respective supplier. Using suitable instruments and methods, he must be able to determine the supply performance of the supply chain and to improve it. Dräxlmaier Group logistics standards / 24

22 List of Abbreviations / Explanation of Terms AL number AT Container ID BGI or C-TPAT CMR DFÜ DIN DRX ECCN EDI EU FAB if necessary ICS / ECS i.d.r. IPPC ISO / TS ISPM IT JIS JIT KLT LAB max.min. UIC USA VAT ID no. VDA VMI e.g.

23 Other applicable documents VDA recommendation 4500 Small load carrier (KLT) system VDA recommendation 4902 Goods label (barcode capable) VDA recommendation 4905 Remote data transmission of delivery requests VDA recommendation 4912 Remote data transmission of goods receipt slip CMR International agreement on transport contracts on roads DIN 4991 business forms : Delivery note VDA 6.1 QS9000 ISO / TS ISPM 15 / IPPC Standard Internatinal Plant Prtectin Cnventin BGI 582 Safety and health protection for transport and storage work, an infrmatin of the Association of Metal Professional Associations UIC-Nrm 435 Pl-Palettennrm of the International Railway Association INCOTERMS 2010 Internatinalen Eisenbahnverband INCOTERMS Terms, Ed. Internatinal Chamber for Cmmerce, ICC Internatinale and natinale regulations for the transport of dangerous goods in the currently valid version Dräxlmaier Grup 2012 Dräxlmaier Grup Lgistikstandards / 24

24 Agreement on the logistics standards of the DRX between Lisa Dräxlmaier GmbH Landshuter Straße 100, Vilsbiburg and the supplier Str., Postcode, town - hereinafter referred to as the supplier - The logistics standards of the DRX, version 1.2, status, are agreed between the parties as the applicable contractual basis. Vilsbiburg, the place, date Lisa Dräxlmaier GmbH Supplier Name Signatory Supplier Dräxlmaier Grup Lgistikstandards / 24