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Since its foundation in 1967 Standex International GmbH has been a Developer and Producer of Surface Textures. Our vast experience and technical progression are the reason why we are regarded as a Producer of high quality surface textures.
We offer a full service to our Customers from Texture Design to the more technically sophisticated Texture Implementation into the mold, our Customers value our Technical Competency across a range of engraving technologies.
We work closely with all our customers to achieve optimal product appearance.
Operational excellence and modern technology have lead Standex to create a range of high quality Surface textures that are regarded for their visual and tactile properties.
Our German plants in Krefeld and in Öhringen are part of the Standex Engraving Group. With more than 30 own production plants on 5 continents we are the largest global texturing partner worldwide within the automotive industry.
Our shareholder Standex International Corporation (NYSE:SXI) promotes the development of the business area of Engraving to maintain its leading position in the market.
Standex Engraving South Africa Pty Ltd
P.O. Box 83
Office: +27 (0) 31 7851247
Mobile: +27 (0) 82 3265596
Fax: +27 (0) 31 7851247
Roehlen Industries - Melbourne Division
Factory 1, 46 De Havilland Road
Mordialloc, Victoria 3195
Phone: +61 (3) 95804155
Fax: +61 (3) 95802954: Fax
China - Dongguan
Mold-Tech Dongguan Limited
8 Jiangbei Road, Xiani Village
Qingxi Town, Dongguan City,
Guangdong Province 523655
Phone: +86 (769) 87322088
Fax: +86 (769) 87322188
China - Xiamen
No.47 in Huli Industrial Park,
Meixi Raod, Tong’an Area,
Xiamen City, Fujian Province, 361100
Contact: Cleky (Regional Sales Manager)
Phone: +86 (592) 7236550
Fax: +86 (592) 7236551
China - Suzhou
Mold-Tech (Suzhou Industrial Park) Co. Ltd.
Weiting Mechanical Workshop Building Area
No. 88 Jing Ling East Road
East Weiting Town, Suzhou City
Jiangsu Province 215121
Phone: +86 (512) 62716388
Fax: +86 (512) 62716288
China - TianJin
No.38 HuaFeng Road,
BeiChen High-Tech Industrial Park,
TianJin City, 300402
Phone: +86 (022) 86994589
Fax: +86 (022) 86994589
Contact: Stan Li (Regional Sales Manager)
India - Bangalore
Standex Engraving India Pvt Ltd
Plot No. 82,
Bommasandra Industrial Area, 4th Phase,
Bangalore 560 099
Phone: +91 8110 415153
Fax: +91 8110 415151
India - Bhiwadi
Standex Engraving India Pvt Ltd
Plot No. F-143,
Chopanki Industrial Area,
Bhiwadi, District Alwar,
Rajasthan 301 019
Phone: +91 1493 519257
Fax: +91 1493 511351
India - Chennai
Standex Engraving India Pvt Ltd.
Survey No: 136 2B2, Paruti A Village,
Thenneri, Mettupalyam Main Road,
Tamil Nadu 631 604
Mobile: +91 9900149722
India - Pune
Standex Engraving India Pvt Ltd
Plot No. F2&F3,
MIDC Industrial Area, Ranjangaon,
Tal-Sirur, District Pune,
Maharashtra 412 210
Phone: +91 2138 232007
Fax: +91 2138 232006
Mold-Tech® Japan Co., Ltd.
2-8-15 Fukuura, Kanazawa-ku
Phone: +81 (045) 7850461
Fax: +81 (045) 7850542
Hwaseong-si, Gyeonggi-do, 445040
107, Lorong IKS Juru 5,
Taman Perindustrian Ringan Juru,
14100 Simpang Ampat,
Seberang Perai Tengah,
Phone: +604 5057750
Fax: +604 5057020
Mold-Tech® Singapore Pte., Ltd.
159 Kampong Ampat
#01-01 KA Place
Phone: +65 62802088
Fax: +65 62899088
Germany - Krefeld
Standex International GmbH
Kölner Straße 352-354
Phone: +49 (0) 2151 3712-39
Fax: +49 (0) 2151 3712-60
Germany - Öhringen
Standex International GmbH
Phone: +49 (7941) 9170-0
Fax: +49 (7941) 9170-33
Standex International Ltd.
Cromwell Road Trading Estate off Cromwell Road
Cheshire SK6 2RF
Phone: +44 (161) 4064300
Fax: +44 (161) 4064301
Rue Leonard De Vinci
Route Nationale 7
Z.A. Les Longues Raies
Phone: +33 (1) 60657015
Fax: +33 (1) 60656916
Standex International S.r.l.
Via 1° Maggio, 20
I 20064 Gorgonzola, Milano
Phone: +39 (02) 95740951
Fax: +39 (02) 95740713
Tratamento e Revestimento de Metais LDA
Rua da Estrada, 266
4470-600 Moreira da Maia
Phone: +351 (22) 9437710
Fax: +351 (22) 9437729
Standex RUS LLC
No. 1, Barrikad Street
City of Nizhniy Novgorod
Mobile: +7 9063589948
Standex International S.A.
C/Miguel Hernandez, 35-37
08908 L’Hospitalet de Llobregat
Phone: +34 (93) 3367062
Fax: +34 (93) 2633742
Standex Engraving Sweden AB
S. Industrigatan 4
SE-314 34 Hyltebruk
Phone : +46 345 170 10
Fax: +46 345 170 35
Mold-Tech Standex Bohemia s.r.o.
Liberec 11 - Růžodol
PSČ 460 01
Phone: +420 (485) 111 272
Fax: +420 (485) 103 251
Mold-Tech Standex Bohemia s.r.o.
Phone: +48 (603) 420 430
Standex Gravur Sanayi ve Ticaret Ltd. Sti
Karaali Mahallaesi Beyaz Cadde 14. Sokak nº 7
Çali – Nilüfer – Bursa - Türkiye
Phone: +90 (224) 482 49 81
Phone: +90 (224) 482 49 82
Fax: +90 (224) 482 49 83
2221 Ambassador Drive
Windsor, Ontario N9C3R5
Phone: +1 (519) 969-9670
Fax: +1 (519) 969-7958
USA - Georgia (Southeast)
5195 North Lake Drive
Lake City, Georgia 30260
Phone: +1 (404) 363-6900
Fax: +1 (404) 361-4105
USA - Illinois (Midwest)
279 East Lies Road
Carol Stream, IL 60188
Phone: +1 (630) 588-0400
Fax: +1 (630) 784-2434
USA - Massachusetts (Northeast)
939 Chicopee Street
Chicopee, MA 01013
Phone: +1 (413) 536-7970
Fax: +1 (413) 534-5901
USA - Michigan
34497 Kelly Road
Fraser, MI 48026
Phone: +1 (586) 296-5500
Fax: +1 (586) 296-5691
Mold-Tech® Latinoamérica SA de CV
Cataratas #2, Bodega 1
Parque Industrial La Noria,
El Marqués, Querétaro. CP 76246
Phone: +52 (442) 221-6410
Fax: +52 (442) 221-6406
Novax Technik S.A.
Garcia Merou 2237
Phone: +54 (11) 4 836-2511
Fax: +54 (11) 4 836-2909
Dornbusch Mold-Tech Equipamentos e Texturizações Ltda.
Rodovia Vice Prefeito Hermenegildo Tonoli, 3001
Bairro São Roque da Chave, Itupeva,
São Paulo, CEP: 13295-000
Phone: +55 11 3511 6280
Fax: +55 11 2468 2351
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General Terms of Supply and Sale of Standex International GmbH
These conditions are decisive for all agreements concluded with Standex International GmbH (hereinafter referred to as "Supplier"). The Customer's purchasing conditions do not apply even if they have not been explicitly refuted. Deviating conditions require the written confirmation of the Supplier. In addition to these General Terms of Supply and Sale the technical offer and delivery terms attached to the orders if required apply.
2. Formation of agreement - withdrawal
The Supplier's offers are freely revocable at all times up to the Supplier's receipt of the Customer's complete declaration of approval.
If an object sent to the Supplier for processing cannot be processed or only with a disproportionate amount of difficulty, the Supplier is entitled to withdraw from the agreement without any liability whatsoever. This also applies if the execution of the agreement is impeded or entirely ruled out at an unreasonable extent based on external impacts outside of the Supplier's control, such as mobilisation, war, riot, force majeure, natural catastrophes, strike or non-delivery by the sub-supplier. If the difficulties mentioned in the two sentences above occur only once the Supplier has already rendered services or incurred expenses for the execution of the agreement, the costs incurred in the process are to be refunded by the Customer, considering the economic advantages of the Supplier due to the withdrawal from the agreement.
The specified prices are always ex works supplying company and do not included packaging and insurance. Any increases in manufacturing costs arising due to an increase in tariff wages, material prices or other costs associated with the price calculation after the conclusion of the agreement entitle the Supplier to assert an appropriate price increase if the delivery according to the agreement has to occur later than 4 months following the conclusion of the agreement.
If the price increase amounts to more than 10% of the total order volume, the Customer is entitled to withdraw from the agreement.
4. Payment - default of payment - off-setting
All invoices have to be paid in Euro. Statutory VAT at the time of the delivery has to be paid in addition to the agreed net prices. Upon delivery and receipt of the invoice, the invoiced amount is due and payable without deduction within 2 weeks or in accordance with any other shorter or longer payment term specified on the invoice. Following the expiration of this payment term the Customer is in default without further warning. During the time of default the Customer is liable to pay statutory default interest in accordance with § 288 BGB (German Civil Code). This does not exclude the assertion of further damages.
The Customer is responsible for any costs and expenses related to non-cash payments. Payment by bill of exchange requires a special agreement and occurs subject to the discounting options. Payments by bill of sale or cheque are only deemed received following their redemption.
The Customer is not entitled to offset against other claims unless they are approved, uncontested or conclusively determined nor may he exercise a right of retention due to such claims.
5. Extent and term of delivery.
The specified delivery terms apply in case of unimpeded manufacturing conditions. They commence with the dispatch of the Supplier's letter of confirmation regarding the agreement to be concluded, however not prior to the presentation of moulds, rollers, plates, documents, permits, approvals etc. to be procured by the Customer and not before receipt of the agreed payment or provision of agreed credit notes.
The delivery period is met if the subject of the agreement has left the factory at the time of its expiration or if the Customer has been notified of readiness for dispatch.
The delivery period is appropriately extended in case of unforeseen obstacles beyond the Supplier's fault, regardless whether they occurred on the Supplier's or his pre-suppliers' premises (e.g. disruptions of operation or delays in the supply of essential raw and auxiliary materials) unless the Supplier legitimately withdraws from the agreement in accordance with No. 2.
The Supplier shall inform the Customer immediately of the occurrence of such unforeseen obstacles which allow the assumption that they impact on the delivery deadline.
If dispatch or collection of the contractual objects is delayed at the request of the Customer, his contractual obligations, in particular the obligation for complete and on-time payment, remain unaffected.
In this case, the Supplier may charge the Customer storage fees in the amount of 0.5% of the total invoice amount for each commenced calendar month, however a maximum of 5% of the total invoice amount, commencing one month following notification of readiness for delivery or the date for collection. If the produced, processed or restructured objects are the property of the Supplier, the Supplier - in the event of the Customers default of acceptance - is entitled to otherwise dispose of the contractual object and to appropriately extend the customer's delivery period following the futile expiration of an appropriate period of grace for acceptance. The Customer is obligated to reimburse the Supplier for any damage incurred in the process.
Agreed delivery terms are also interrupted as long as the Customer does not comply with his contractual obligations substantial for the compliance with delivery deadlines.
6. Defects, liability
The Customer is obligated to examine the contractual objects regarding defects and completeness according to §§ 377, 378 HGB (German Commercial Code) immediately upon receipt. The Supplier has to be notified in writing of complaints immediately upon detection.
The Supplier is not liable for defects based on material defects in objects provided by the Customer. This particularly applies if the provided material does not have a homogeneous structure or exhibits any other surface unsuitable for processing by the Supplier.
If the Supplier has issued the Customer with specifications for the condition and quality of the materials to be processed in the order or the supplemental technical terms of supply and delivery, the Customer is responsible for the compliance with these specifications. Upon the Supplier's request, the Customer is obligated to verify and document the compliance of the provided specifications of the supplied material by way of suitable documentation. The Customer is liable for defects on the processed goods due to deviations from the issued specifications; the Supplier's warranty is excluded accordingly.
The Supplier is generally not obligated to inspect and/or test materials delivered by the Customer and to be processed by the Supplier if the Supplier has already demanded specific information and/or specifications in the agreement In this context, the Supplier is only liable if obvious unsuitability or defects on the supplied materials have not been recognised due to intent or gross negligence and if the Customer has not been notified.
Any liability of the Supplier, particularly pertaining to subsequent damages is excluded in case of objects which underwent changes or repair works by the Customer or third parties
without the prior consent of the Supplier.
In the event of justified, immediate complaints, the Supplier shall either replace the defect parts or deliver anew free of charge at the Supplier's discretion. If subsequent fulfilment fails, the Customer is entitled to rescind the agreement or to reduce the agreed price accordingly. Compensation claims are excluded unless a claim refers to the compensation of damages to the contractual object itself or is based on intentional or gross negligent breach of duty or the lack of guaranteed quality. This also applies in case of physical injury caused by a defect owed to the Supplier. Warranty claims do not exist in case of insignificant deviations from the agreed quality or mere insignificant impairment of usability.
Warranty claims become statute barred after one year following delivery. This does not apply for compensation claims based on intentional breach of duty or the lack of a guaranteed quality or for breaches of duty resulting in physical injury. In this respect, a statute of limitations of two years applies, calculated from the date of delivery.
We are only liable for financial losses in case of intent and gross negligence. If the Customer omits the immediate examination and/or immediate notification of defects or incompleteness of the goods, the goods are deemed approved also in consideration of the defects or incompleteness.
7. Risk assumption
The risk of accidental destruction and accidental deterioration of the contractual objects is principally transferred to the Customer upon delivery of the goods to the forwarding agent, the carrier or other persons or institutions commissioned by the Customer with the execution of the dispatch. If it has been contractually agreed that the Customer picks up the contractual objects, the risk is transferred as the goods are handed over to the Customer or his vicarious agent. If the dispatch or agreed date of collection is delayed due to the Customer's request, the risk is transferred to the Customer for the duration of the delay. In this case, the Supplier is obligated to take out insurance for the contractual objects at the Customer's request, at the Customer's expense and in the amount considered necessary by the Customer.
8. Reservation of title
8.1. The goods remain the property of the Supplier up to the fulfilment of all claims owed to him by the Customer from the ongoing business relationship. Any prior pledging or chattel mortgaging of the goods is prohibited.
In the event of a resale and as a precaution, the Customer hereby assigns all future claims from the resale against his Customers to the Supplier together with all secondary rights without requiring any special declaration at a later date. If the reserved goods are on-sold together with other objects without an individual price having been negotiated for the reserved goods, the Customer assigns the part of the total claim to the Supplier with priority over the remaining claim, which corresponds to the price of the reserved goods invoiced by the Supplier plus a surcharge of 10% of this value. The Customer is entitled to collect the assigned claims from the on-selling until revocation. Revocation is only admissible if the Customer is in default with respect to the fulfilment of the existing claims from the business relationship. Upon the Supplier's demand, the Customer has to disclose the assignation to his customer, provide the Supplier with all necessary information required to assert his rights against the Customer's customer and to submit the necessary documentation. The Customer is responsible for all costs of the revocation and any interventions.
8.2. In the event of processing, reconstruction or intermingling with other objects not belonging to the Supplier, the Supplier is entitled to co-ownership of the new item in the amount of the component resulting from the ratio of the value of the processed, reconstructed or intermingled reserved goods to the value of the new item. In the event of the sale of the new item and as a precaution, the Customer hereby assigns his future claim from the on-selling against the consumer to the Supplier together with all secondary rights without requiring any special declaration at a later date. However, the assignation applies only in the amount of the sum, which corresponds with the value of the processed, reconstructed or intermingled reserved goods invoiced by the Customer plus a surcharge of 10% of this value. The share of claim assigned to the Supplier has priority over the other claim.
8.3. If the reserved goods are connected by the Customer with property or chattels, as a precaution, the Customer hereby also assigns his claim owed to him in terms of remuneration together with all ancillary rights for the connection to the Supplier without requiring any further declaration. Also in this case the assignation applies only in the amount of the sum, which corresponds with the Supplier's invoiced value of the reserved goods associated with the property or chattels plus a surcharge of 10% of this value.
8.4. If the realisable value of the security exceeds the Supplier's claims against the Customer from the ongoing business relationship by more than 20% in total, the Supplier - at the Customer's request - is obligated to release any securities owed to the Customer of the Supplier's choice.
8.5. The supplier has to be notified immediately of any third party access, particularly levies of execution.
9. Proprietary rights - templates - samples etc.
The Supplier warrants that the products supplied by him are free of third party proprietary rights.
Liability for the violation of third party proprietary rights is excluded if the Customer performs changes to the supplied objects and thus violates third party proprietary rights.
Liability for the violation of proprietary rights is also excluded if the Supplier has manufactured or processed objects according to the Customer's drawings, developments or other specifications. In as far as the Supplier is held liable by third parties based on the violation of proprietary rights, the Customer is obligated to exempt the Supplier from possible claims.
The Customer is obligated to inform the Supplier immediately if a third party asserts claims against the Customer regarding the violation of proprietary rights and coordinate further procedures with the Supplier. Otherwise the Customer forfeits his claims based on the assumed warranty for freedom from proprietary rights.
Templates, samples, drafts, collets, films and similar objects used by the Supplier for the execution of the agreement remain the property of the Supplier.
10. Place of fulfilment and place of jurisdiction
Place of fulfilment and exclusive place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising directly or indirectly from this Agreement as well as bills of exchange, cheques or other certification processes is the registered business address of the Supplier. The Supplier is entitled to also sue the Customer at his place of business.
The laws of the Federal Republic of Germany apply. The application of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) is excluded.
11. If individual conditions of these General Terms of Delivery are or become entirely or partially invalid, the effectiveness of the remaining agreement remains unaffected. A legally valid condition shall replace the ineffective condition, which is closest to the economic purpose of the invalid condition.
Standex International GmbH
Commercial Register 502 District Court Krefeld, January 2015
We will be pleased to answer your questions about our products and services.
Standex International GmbH
Kölner Straße 352-354
Phone: +49 (0)2151 3712-0
Telefax: +49 (0)2151 3712-48
Companies Register No. Krefeld HRB 502
VAT ID: DE 120142356
Tax ID.: 117/5837/0039
Fiscal Year: 01 July - 30 June
Share Capital : 1.000.000 Euros
Rainer Hombeck, Flavio Maschera, David Dunbar
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