Suppliers shall not use, distribute, transfer or transmit any Products, software or technical information (even if incorporated into other Products) provided to it by Company except in compliance with all applicable export laws and regulations. [The U.S. export laws and regulations include the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Regulations.] Supplier shall not, directly or indirectly, export or re-export the following items to any country, without the appropriate export authorization, as specified in the applicable export laws: (a) software or technical data disclosed or provided to Supplier by Company or Company’s Affiliates; or (b) the direct product of such software or technical data.
Supplier’s invoices for every international shipment of Product or Commercially Purchased items will include the following information for each item shipped: (a) a complete noun description (in English, unless otherwise specified); (b) the Country of Origin; (c) a product identification number; (d) the Price paid or payable by Company; (e) related Assists, if any; (f) an itemization of all charges for related services, if any, and whether these charges are included in the Price paid or payable; (g) Supplier’s identification number, or in the absence of such number, the full address of Supplier; (h) the terms of sale; and (j) if required by law of the destination country, a list of all serial numbers for products shipped.
Supplier shall provide Company with a valid, accurate completed certificate of origin prior to the first shipment of product sufficient to be used by Company as proof of eligibility for any applicable duty preferential treatment programs. Supplier shall also cooperate with Company in the substantiation of preferential duty program claims, preparation of response to customs inquiries, or other treaty claims that arise out of product shipped for any Order. Supplier shall notify Company prior to making any pricing or sourcing changes for product that may affect the application of preferential duty treatment programs.
Compliance with United States Customs laws governing the importation of merchandise is a priority for Hughes Network Systems, LLC (HUGHES).
As such, the management of Hughes directs all employees involved in purchasing and/or importing merchandise from those suppliers outside the United States to comply with such provisions at all times. In turn, Hughes' suppliers must be familiar with the relevant provisions of the law, regulations, rulings, tariff schedules, and decisions applicable to our import operations. Further, Hughes' suppliers must also be familiar and comply with all purchase order terms and conditions and notes contained thereon.
A. Commercial Invoice includes the following:
B. Packing List includes the following:
If Hughes is to act as the importer of record into the U.S., the following contact information must be provided to the corresponding freight forwarder:NOTIFY EXPEDITORS INTERNATIONAL UPON ARRIVAL
Noncompliance in any of the requirements above will result in Hughes rejecting and returning merchandise at the suppliers' expense, and thereby may result in the assessment of penalties as well as disqualification as an Hughes supplier.
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