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RAVNE PRESSES d.o.o. Manufacturer of high quality custom-made industrial hydraulic and mechanical presses for sheet metal forming with nominal force from 400 to 40.000 kN, with length of a table up to 8 meters.

Address: Koroška cesta 15, 2390 Ravne na Koroškem, Slovenia
T: +386 2 870 7859, F: +386 2 870 7858, E: info@ravnepresses.com

VAT ID: SI24628492, Registry number: 1875990000
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Ravne brand originates from 400 years of steel milling tradition. The presses production of mechanical and hydraulic presses for steel and sheet metal forming industry have been performed for more than 45 years. In this period, various mechanical and hydraulic presses and press line equipment were produced..
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RAVNE PRESSES d.o.o. - Mechanical Presses, Hydraulic Presses, Sheet Metal Forming, Presses Production.

RAVNE PRESSES d.o.o. - Mechanical Presses, Hydraulic Presses, Sheet Metal Forming, Presses Production.

RAVNE PRESSES d.o.o. - Mechanical Presses, Hydraulic Presses, Sheet Metal Forming, Presses Production.


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MECHANICAL PRESSES

Mechanical presses or eccentric presses are most common sheet metal forming presses (machines) in automotive industry.


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HYDRAULIC PRESSES

Hydraulic presses are presses where the force is produced with hydraulic cylinder installed in the crown of the press.


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S: Koroška cesta 15,
2390 Ravne na Koroškem, Slovenia
T: +386 2 870 7859
E: info@ravnepresses.com
[30 May 19] :: GENERAL CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE (GCP)
1. General
1.1 In case of order apply exclusively the General Conditions of Purchase (GCP). The order confirmation is considered as acceptance of these GCP. All modifications and amendments or General Conditions of the supplier are valid only in case if they are confirmed in writing by the client. The supplier must confirm the acceptance of the order immediately or within three days. If the order confirmation is different than the order itself, the supplier must state this clearly and mark the differences. If this is not the case, the Conditions of Order apply. In case the client in the order refers to the documentation of the supplier, this does not mean that he accepts the General Conditions of the supplier.
1.2 The GCP apply also for the purchase of tools and related knowledge, technology and documentation.
1.3 GCP are a part of all orders or contracts and shall come into force with the date of signing by the supplier or with the date of order confirmation or signing the sales contract by the supplier at the latest. The GCP are published on the website of the client. The GCP apply if the client refers to them in the order or any other document.
1.4 The client reserves the right to set special purchase conditions that apply before GCP.

2 Concluding and altering the contract
2.1 The contract, orders and recalls, their modifications and amendments must be in writing. The client issues the order to the supplier in accordance with GCP. The supplier confirms and accepts the order in writing. By confirming the order by the supplier the contract is concluded and mutually binding, GCP become a part of the order.
2.2 For the client only orders in writing (sent by mail, fax or e-mail) are binding from the date the written order was confirmed by the supplier. In case the supplier does not confirm or reject the order within three days, the order gets a confirmed status.
2.3 The order is considered timely canceled by the client if the cancellation is sent to the supplier before the client receives an order confirmation from the supplier.
2.4 Modifications or amendments of the order by the supplier are valid only if the client confirms them in writing. Deviations from the order conditions are not allowed without prior written agreement of the client.
2.5 The supplier checks the order in connection with the demands of the client, e.g. demands of a plan or an individual order regarding obvious errors and promptness of eventual modifications (plan audits) and the possibility of production. The demands must be clear and consistent. If the supplier in time of production or testing products establishes that the technical specifications are incorrect, misleading or incomplete, he must immediately notify the client in writing.
2.6 The supplier is obliged to notify the client immediately in writing if any deviations are found that could affect the delivery times or quantities that need to be delivered. In case of any delay the supplier must acquire from the client written instructions about further proceedings and changed order conditions. Acceptance of altered conditions by the client does not relieve the supplier from the responsibility for the supply delay.
2.7 For every unmet condition, stated in GCP or in orders, the client may cancel the order (withdraw from the order) with a written notification without any obligations to the supplier.

3 Fulfillment of the contract
3.1 Main contract obligations of the supplier are the delivery of the goods/service in accordance with contract provisions (quantity, quality, delivery time…), handing over the documents referring to the goods or performed service and transfer of the property rights of the goods.
3.2 Main obligations of the client are payment of the purchase price and acceptance of goods.
3.3 The dynamics of deliveries is conducted in accordance with delivery times, defined in the client's order. Eventual modification of the delivery time must be harmonized and confirmed in writing by both contract parties.
3.4 The supplier is obligated to deliver the goods in accordance with the received order or contract. Deviations from the order conditions are not allowed without prior written agreement of the client.
3.5 The client may reject the delivery of goods that is not in accordance with order conditions, at the expense of the supplier.
3.6 The client may, regardless the above statement, accept the goods that were not delivered in accordance with order conditions but at the same time keeps the right to claim repayment from the supplier of the eventually occurred damage due to goods delivery that was not delivered in accordance with order conditions.
3.7 In case of reasonable reasons of the client, he has the right to demand a modification of order conditions which includes specifications (chemical structure, mechanical properties, drawings, constructional changes,), delivery date, and place of delivery, transportation means and the quantity of ordered goods or services. In this case the supplier has the right and obligation to notify the client about possible additional costs, delays etc. Both parties mutually and in writing agree on changed order conditions.
3.8 The goods is considered to be delivered on time if it arrives to the agreed place of delivery, defined by the client, in time, stated in the client's order. If the agreed place of delivery the client's office, the goods is considered as delivered on the day it is received by the authorized person in the company. In case of service it is considered that the service is performed on time if the receipt of the service is carried out by the client in time, stated in the order.
3.9 If the place of delivery is not set in the order, it is considered that the place of delivery is the client's warehouse Incoterms 2012 with the DDP parity.
3.10 The goods are received in the client's warehouse. Exceptionally the goods may be received on another location, whereabouts of which the supplier must be informed in writing. Client's receipt of goods is performed from Monday to Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and on Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
3.11 With the receipt of goods the property rights for the goods are passed to the client.
3.12 The delivery is performed with the lowest possible transportation costs if the client did not specify otherwise. Additional costs that arise from the use of services of express mail in order to execute the order on time are sole responsibility of the supplier.
3.13 In case of FCA and EXW parities the supplier is obliged to notify the freight forwarder on time that the goods are ready to be transported and hand him the appropriate documents that are needed for the organization and execution of the transport in accordance with order conditions.
3.14 All shipments must include a delivery note with a detailed description of the content and order number. The delivery note must include a quality certificate (attestation) that includes technical data including chemical structure and mechanical properties of the goods. In an international transport a freight bill (CMR) must be included.

4 Quality
4.1 The contract goods must be of appropriate dimensions and quality, specified in the technical documentation, and demanded norms. If the supplier advertises the goods in catalogs or in another way with stated specifications of the product, the supplied goods must comply with stated specifications.
4.2 On demand of the client the supplier is obliged to enclose a quality certificate and eventual other needed confirmations or certificates.
4.3 The supplier and the client agree that upon receipt the client will conduct a control of the received quantity of the goods. The received quantities must match the quantities on the delivery note and the invoice. After the quantity check the client will also conduct an immediate quality control or in eight days at latest.
4.4 In case the received quantities do not match with the quantities on the delivery note and the issued invoice, the client must notify the supplier in writing within eight days after the receipt of goods. In case that during a basic quality control an obvious mismatch is discovered (determined by examination of the goods without specific measurements), the client will immediately or within eight days notify the supplier about the mismatch in writing.
4.5 The supplier is obliged to ensure a constant quality of the delivered goods or services within his regular business.
4.6 The supplier is obliged to enable the client a quality check of the production process of the goods or performance of services before their delivery, namely:
- when the goods or services are delivered for the first time,
- when the goods are produced or service performed under changed conditions by the supplier.
4.7 The term process quality control means control of the process, capacity of machines, devices, tools, competence of employees and logistic processes of the supplier under serial conditions in accordance with client's demands.
4.8 The supplier demonstrates compliance of the goods with a valid documentation, agreed in writing between the client and the supplier.
4.9 On the client's demand the supplier is obliged to submit the documentation about the quality control of the delivered goods. The supplier commits himself to keep the documentation about the quality control at least five (5) years from an individual or last goods delivery or in accordance with valid regulations.
4.10 Without prior written agreement of the client no change of the contractual goods or service and the process of assuring the contractual goods or service may be performed.
4.11 In case of goods delivery that is subjected to security clearance by the authorized institutions, the supplier is obliged to enable, on demand of the client, the access to the records of tests and quality control and ensure all the support such institutions demand ex officio.
4.12 The supplier ensures that all his subcontractors are obliged to respect the provisions of this chapter or guarantees for his subcontractors.

5 Warranty and objective errors
5.1 Acceptance and quality control of the goods regarding visual errors is conducted in an appropriate period of time but no later than eight (8) working days after the arrival of goods to the agreed address of the client or after the performed service. During this time the supplier waives his right to an objection due to late complaints about errors.
5.2 In case of quality deviations from upfront agreed criteria a complaint about the partial or whole shipment may be filed. Regarding the found mistakes the client prepares a protocol that must be sent to the supplier within eight days from discovery of the visual errors. The complaint costs are evaluated according to the actual damage value that also includes damages due to delays in the production process of the client.
5.3 If a hidden error is discovered during the process of continued production, the client will notify the supplier immediately or within eight days after discovering the error, all within 12 months from the acceptance of the goods or performance of the service.
5.4 The supplier is obliged to conduct a replacement of goods or its repair at his own expense also in case of finding a hidden error on delivered goods at the final buyer of the client but within the time for reporting hidden errors or within the warranty period; the repair or replacement is namely conducted at the final buyer of the client (also abroad).
5.5 The supplier is obliged to refund the client and an eventual final buyer all costs, incurred due to a material error in the production process of the client or at the end buyer both home and abroad, whom the delivered goods were sold to or whom it was built in the end product, and also all eventual penalties, the client could suffer in case of untimely, unsuitable resolving or rejecting of a complaint by the supplier, and eventual other damages.
5.6 The supplier shall inform the client within two working days after the receipt of the complaint about the time frame for resolving errors, including information about time for repair or delivery of replacement goods and the duration of eventual transport.
5.7 If the supplier does not react within two working days after the receipt of the complaint or if the supplier presents an unacceptable time frame for resolving errors, the client has the right – due to fulfilling his obligations – to remediate deficient products by himself or through a third person or gains flawless products from a third person – all at the expense of the supplier. This does not affect the obligations of the supplier.
5.8 Regardless the above stated delivery times is the supplier obliged to replace the disputed goods as soon as possible but no later as within a week. The goods must be replaced immediately especially in case of emergency (possibility of downtimes, delayed delivery to the end costumer…). If within such time frame the replacement of goods is not possible and the client would suffer damage to his projects due to a longer delay, the supplier and the client agree on repair of the delivered goods.
5.9 If the supplier does not fulfill his obligations in the agreed time, is the client entitled to remediate the defects or the damages by himself or through the third person at the expense of the supplier.
5.10 The warranty period begins with the transition of risks to the client. In case of remedy of defects that are a consequence of disputed goods at the supplier, the warranty period starts again after the remedy of defects by the supplier.
5.11 The client has the right to reject the delivered and disputed goods in whole or to define the way of defect remedy. The costs for defect remedy or rejection of goods in whole bears the supplier.
5.12 The supplier guaranties for the flawlessness of the goods within 24 months after acceptance of the goods.

6 Packaging and packing
6.1 The supplier must, if it is not agreed otherwise, pack the goods, tools etc. professionally, mark and send them in accordance with the regulations of the profession or on demand of the client prepare and present a proposition for packaging and labeling that the client previously confirmed. The packaging must include a quality certificate (attestation) that includes technical data including chemical structure and mechanical properties of the goods in this packaging. The responsibility for the damage of the delivered goods due to defective or wrong packaging in whole bears the supplier
6.2 If the price of goods does not include packaging, is the supplier obliged to specifically state it on the delivery note and on the invoice. In case of returnable package the client returns it at the expense of the supplier.

7 Delivery times, dates and delays
7.1 Delivery times and dates must be consistently followed.
7.2 Early delivery is allowed if the client agrees to it but has no effect on the right to early payment. Early delivery does not change the payment conditions.
7.3 If the supplier determines that he will not be able to fulfill the agreed delivery times and dates, he must immediately inform the client in writing and state the reasons and the estimated delivery delay time.
7.4 For the delivery time the date is valid, when individual obligations of the supplier are in whole conducted in accordance with the order, namely with the integrity and correctness of the documentation.
7.5 In case of supplier's delay the client has the right to charge contractual penalties, namely 1 % per day or max. 5 % of the value of the total order.
7.6 Charging and paying penalties does not exclude the demand of the client for damage compensation, arisen due to the supplier's delay at delivery.
7.7 In case the client, due to supplier's delay, is late at conducting his projects and fulfilling the demands of the end buyer, the client is entitled to charge the supplier daily contractual penalties against the end customer (in accordance with their contract) for every day the client could not perform his work in accordance with his schedule for an individual project. In case contractual penalties are not defined in the contract with the end buyer, the supplier must pay 0,5 % of the value of the contract with the end customer for every delayed day.
7.8 The client may withhold a proportionate part of the purchase price until the determination of the suffered damage value and deducts it from the purchase price of the delivered goods or with other claims of the supplier.

8 Invoice, price and payment conditions
8.1 The invoice for the supplied goods must be sent per mail to the address of the client or another address the client specifies during submission of the order. Each invoice must include parts, which valid legislation in the Republic of Slovenia determines, and the client's order number. The invoice for the service must accompany a protocol of the acceptance, confirmed by the client. In case of inadequately equipped invoice the client has the right to reject the invoice, for which it is deemed that due to the rejection the invoice was not issued. The invoice must be accompanied by the certificate of origin of goods (EUR 1, Form A, short-term or long-term statement of origin)
8.2 All prices are fixed including the value added tax (VAT), duties,…
8.3 The price includes the costs of the documentation, licenses, certificates of quality and quantity of goods, technical review, labeling, packaging, loading,…
8.4 If not agreed otherwise, the payment is conducted within 90 days after the receipt of the invoice or when all in the order defined demands of the client are fulfilled. For early payments a discount is granted. For the payment within 30 days an additional discount of 3 % is granted, within 45 days an additional 1,5 % discount.
8.5 If the client does not settle his obligations to the supplier within the contractual time, he is obliged to pay the supplier contractual interests on late payments amounting up to 3,00 %.
8.6 If the supplier must deliver test materials, documents on quality, protocols on testing or other documents, it is considered that the acceptance of the delivery or service is complete, when also these documents are delivered.
8.7 The payment of the invoice does not mean that the delivery or the service was performed in accordance with the contract. If the goods or service is faulty, the client is entitled to withhold the payment of the proportionate invoice amount until the defect remedy or until the final agreement with the supplier, namely in amount of the value of the disputed goods and all connected costs of complaint.

9 Withdrawing the claims (cession)
9.1 The supplier has no right to withdraw from the claims to the third party without prior consent from the client or make it otherwise a subject of legal transactions.
9.2 In case of an agreed transfer of claims to a new creditor the client has the right to charge the costs of payment to the new creditor (the transferee) in the amount of 2 % of the claim value by decreasing the payment amount for this cost.

10 Canceling the contract
10.1 In case of violation of the contract provisions the client may demand in writing from the supplier the remedy of a violation within additional 14 days. If the supplier does not remedy the violation within the additional time, the client may cancel the contract. In case of violation of the contract provisions the client has, in addition to the right to demand damage compensation, also the right to make a coverage purchase at the expense of the supplier.
10.2 The client may charge the incurred costs directly to the supplier, whereby the payment term is 30 days after the clearing or the client rejects them or offsets costs at next payments to the supplier.
10.3 The client has the right to partially or in whole cancel the contract without the fault of the supplier. In such case the client must pay the supplier the contractual price in the proportional ratio against already executed deliveries and additionally refund all proven direct costs of running deliveries and services or the costs of canceling the suborders. The contractor is obliged to undertake all measures after the statement to reduce the costs the client must refund.

11 Liability and insurance
11.1 The supplier will insure the client and protect him from any liability in connection with the intellectual property or rights of third parties that may originate from the supply of goods and services and guarantees the client an uninterrupted use of the delivered goods and services, and commits himself to settle all damages to the client that would incur if a third party would enforce claims of industrial property and copyright against the client.
11.2 The goods the supplier delivered to the client must comply with all applied safety regulations in the legal field of EU and USA and other countries, for what the supplier warrants and bears all liability.
11.3 The supplier is obliged to notify the client about all changes of the built-in materials and ensure the client all documentation that is needed for disclosure of goods compliance with valid applied regulations.
11.4 The supplier is obliged to notify the client about the possibility of formation or content of hazardous waste from or due to the use of delivered goods and state the way and possible options of secure disposal.
11.5 If any costs incur to the client due to product liability of the supplier regarding delivered goods or services, the supplier must reimburse these costs.
11.6 The supplier is obliged to conclude appropriate insurance with insurance area "globally", which will cover eventual liability claims of end customers against the supplier regarding product liability. On client's demand the supplier must present the mentioned insurance policy.

12 Materials and resources, made available to the supplier
12.1 Materials and resources that the client makes available to the supplier for conducting the order (cooperation) stay the property of the client and must be stored separately and handled on the principle of diligence. The costs for use and the risk of destruction bears the supplier at all times of use or until the moment the materials or resources are returned to the client.
12.2 The supplier may use the given materials and resources exclusively for the conduction of orders and deliveries of goods.

13 Confidentiality and data protection
13.1 The supplier is obliged to protect information about the client and the purpose of the client, which he acquired in connection with the order and order subject if this are information that are not generally known.
13.2 Tools, drawings, documentation, regulations, criteria, standards, messages and other documentation the client sent to the supplier may not be forwarded to a third party or used for purposes that are not meant for the conduction of the client's order without previous written consent of the client.
13.3 The supplier guarantees that he will protect all data, knowledge, business and technical documentation he got from the client as a business secret throughout the duration of business cooperation and after it.
13.4 On the demand of the client the supplier will immediately return all original documentation he got during business cooperation and destroy all copies of the mentioned documentation.
13.5 Products, technological processes, technical solutions and other knowledge, connected with the product are an intellectual property of the client, so the supplier may not forward or deliver them to third parties without previous written consent of the client.

14 Ensuring spare parts
14.1 Regardless the fact if the business cooperation between the client and supplier is still ongoing, the supplier is obliged to ensure spare parts to the client at least five (5) years after the last serial delivery of a certain product for serial installation.
14.2 The client is obliged to notify the supplier about the suspension of serial deliveries at least two (2) years before the intended suspension.

15 Court jurisdiction and applicable law
15.1 If one or several provisions of these GCP or other eventual other agreements are or become invalid, this does not affect the validity of other provisions. The parties will replace the invalid provision with a valid one that will be in economic sense closest to the initial intent of the client.
15.2 The exclusive jurisdiction for eventual disputes due to business cooperation between the supplier and the client has the competent court at the registered office of the client.
15.3 In case of disputes the law of Republic of Slovenia without the provisions of international private law applies. In case of international sale of goods the use of the Vienna Convention on international sale of goods is excluded in its entirety.


Ravne na Koroškem, 1st September, 2015
posted on 30 May 19 @ 14:08 back to news