1.20 “manufacturing services” refers to the services provided by Jabil under this Directive, which include, not limited, manufacturing, verification, configuration, assembly, packaging and/or shipping of the product, including additional services, in accordance with specifications. 4.1 Review. Jabil tests the product using test methods. The entity is solely responsible for the adequacy and adequacy of review procedures and considers that Jabil is not responsible for all the resulting claims. For each product, Jabil provides an appropriate test device, a device and combustion stations for all heating elements (the “test devices”). Jabil is solely responsible, at its own expense, for the maintenance and assurance of test equipment and the manufacture of additional devices and incineration at stations on the necessary basis and in all production or lifting facilities in which the test device is required. · Any update to the product review is subject to royalties by specification and is agreed in writing by both parties based on costs. The product upgrade is considered a paid RMA. The RMA for this type is considered a shipment, and Jabil calculates the additional costs, not the total cost of the product, and with ExW`s Incoterm, SE is responsible for the cost of delivery per standard product. Arbitrators must have extensive experience in resolving disputes related to electronic manufacturing and construction services. · To the extent that commercially convenient, you reduce or cancel orders for components and equipment to the extent authorized by the contract. 12.4 The aftermath of the dismissal.
If this contract is terminated for any reason, the company will not be excused from the performance of its obligations under this contract with respect to the production or payment of all funds earned, including costs, expenses and expenses incurred up to the effective date of termination. 17. Relationship of the parties. Jabil will fulfill its obligations under this framework as an independent contractor. None of these terms should be construed as part of a partnership or joint enterprise relationship between the contracting parties. Contracting parties are not authorized to create bonds on behalf of the other party unless this agreement expressly provides for so. The parties do not enter into contracts with third parties on behalf of the other party without the prior written consent of the other party.