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Purchasing Organisation & Conditions

Wilo Purchasing Organisation

Per year 3,000 t stainless steel, 4,000 t copper wire, 12,000 t sheet steel, 13,000 t cast parts and 50 million plastic parts of 5 g to 500 g and motors with a performance of between 20 W and 3 MW.
The local purchasing organisation operates from its production sites in Germany, France, Korea, China and India. Our material group teams are responsible for the cross-group coordination of suppliers, QCD activities (quality, cost, delivery) and internal information exchange about the most important material groups.

Conditions & Quality Guideline Downloads

Our supplier's general business terms are effective only when and insofar as we have explicitly confirmed them in writing. Provisions agreed by individual contract take precedence over our conditions of purchase if these have been confirmed by us explicitly in writing at the latest by the conclusion of the agreement.

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Wilo's Standard Payment Terms - Starting December 1, 2012

Please be advised that the payment terms under Wilo’s standard purchase order terms and conditions have changed to x days end of month (ULTIMO/xD) terms.
Suppliers will be notified by Wilo when the new terms will take effect (the "Effective Date").

Wilo standard payment terms are :

  • 90 days End of Month (ULTIMO /90D)

  • 60 days End of Month (ULTIMO/60D) for European Union Suppliers.

  • 45 days End of Month (ULTIMO/45D) for France Suppliers.

  • 30 days End of Month (ULTIMO/30D) for DACH Suppliers.

These new payment terms will initially apply to all purchases made by Wilo governed by Wilo's standard purchase order terms and conditions.

FAQ

How was the payment term x days End of Month (ULTIMO/xD) selected?

Wilo conducted extensive research, including local directives and benchmarks, and has selected these new payment terms.

Why is Wilo modifying its standard payment terms now?

Wilo's supplier payment terms are significantly below what is considered standard when compared to our industry peers.

May I request that the change in payment terms take place at a later date?

Suppliers will be notified by Wilo when the new terms will take effect. Please contact your usual contact in Wilo purchasing department to discuss changes to your payment terms.

How does this impact open purchase orders, new purchase orders issued, and invoices received on or before the Effective Date?

Invoices against all new purchase orders raised after the Effective Date will be paid as per the new payment terms.

What actions do I need to take?

Please ensure that your Accounts Receivable Department is aware of the new Wilo payment terms.

I have questions about the impact of the new standard payment terms on my business. Who may I talk to?

For questions regarding the new payment terms, please contact your usual contact in Wilo purchasing department.

For general questions not addressed in the FAQs, or if you still have concerns with this change, please do not hesitate to contact your usual contact in Wilo purchasing department before the Effective Date. Be prepared to reference your supplier notification, supplier number, and other relevant payment/supplier information.

Supplier Code of Conduct

The Wilo Group is committed to compliance with laws, social and ethical standards as well as to act in a responsible and sustainable manner. This is part of our Corporate Identity which is based on the ethical values of integrity, respect and fairness.

We assume responsibility for a value chain which is based on compliance with international laws and standards and applies the highest possible ethics. Thus we have outlined in this Supplier Code of Conduct our standards with regard to compliance with applicable law, human rights and non-discrimination, labor, ethics, health & safety and the environment.

Wilo strives to maintain a close, trustful and sustainable relationship with its suppliers based on the highest possible standards of business. Therefore we consider the principles outlined in this Supplier Code of Conduct as essential conditions for a business relationship with Wilo.

This Supplier Code of Conduct is a cornerstone of our Wilo Compliance Program and we believe it will foster the trusted cooperation with our partners, either customers or suppliers.

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RoHS/REACh

(EC 1907/2006) aims to improve the protection of human health and the environment through the better and earlier identification of the intrinsic properties of chemical substances. This is done by the four processes of REACH, namely the registration, evaluation, authorisation and restriction of chemicals. REACH also aims to enhance innovation and competitiveness of the EU chemicals industry.

The new RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU Restriction of Hazardous Substances and Electronic Equipment (RoHS 2) entered into force on 21 July 2011 and requires Member States to transpose the provisions into their respective national laws by 2 January 2013. The FAQ document was drafted by a Member States working group under a mandate from the RoHS/WEEE Technical Adaptation Committee and takes account of stakeholder input from a consultation on an earlier version.

Conflict Minerals

The term "conflict minerals" is defined as columbite-tantalite, also known as coltan (from which tantalum is derived); cassiterite (tin); gold; wolframite (tungsten); or their derivatives; or any other mineral or its derivatives determined by the Secretary of State to be financing conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or an adjoining country.
These are also referenced as 3TG (Tin, Tantalum, Tungsten and Gold).

D-U-N-S

The Data Universal Numbering System, abbreviated as DUNS or D-U-N-S, is a proprietary system developed and regulated by Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) that assigns a unique numeric identifier, referred to as a "DUNS number" to a single business entity. It was introduced in 1963 to support D&B's credit reporting practice. It is a common standard worldwide. DUNS users include the European Commission, the United Nations, and the United States government. More than 50 global, industry, and trade associations recognize, recommend, or require DUNS. The DUNS database contains over 220 million entries for businesses throughout the world.

Range of commodities

  1. Plastic injection moulding
  2. Stainless steel
  3. Steel
  4. Casting
  5. Aluminium
  6. Brass
  7. Copper
  8. Motors/motor components
  9. Electronic components
  10. Electro-mechanical components
  11. PCB mounting and assembly
  12. Bearings
  13. Ceramics
  14. Seals
  15. Thermal insulation
  16. Fixing elements
  17. Paint/varnish
  18. Packing and pressure
  19. Subcontracting/delivery
  20. Miscellaneous

01 Plastic injection moulding

01 01 Impellers

01 02 Module parts/terminal boxes

01 03 Pump housing

01 04 Stator protective covers

02 Stainless steel

02 01 Deep drawing

02 02 Die cutting

02 03 Rotating parts

02 04 Pressure rollers

02 05 Rolled steel (raw material)

03 Steel

03 01 Motor electrical sheets

03 02 Steel constructions

04 Casting

04 01 Cast iron - unprocessed and processed parts

04 02 Nodular graphite iron - unedited and edited parts

04 03 Cast bronze - unprocessed and processed parts

04 04 Cast steel - unprocessed and processed parts

04 05 Cast stainless steel - unprocessed and processed parts

05 Aluminium

05 01 Pressure casting - unprocessed and processed parts

05 02 Chilled casting - unprocessed and processed parts

05 03 Sandcasting - unprocessed and processed parts

06 Brass

06 01 Rotating parts

06 02 Punched parts

06 03 Filters

07 Copper

07 01 Wires

07 02 Rods

07 03 Pipes

08 Motors/motor components

08 01 Motor components: stators and rotors

08 02 Shaded pole motors

08 03 Asynchronous motors

08 04 Glandless motors

08 05 Submersible motors

08 06 Magnets

09 Electronic components

09 01 Active

09 02 Passive

09 03 Discrete

10 Electro-mechanical components

10 01 Circuit boards

10 02 Displays

10 03 Transformers and relays

10 04 Components for control cabinet technology

10 05 Cables and prefabricated lines

10 06 Switches

10 07 Terminal boxes and motor connectors

11 PCB mounting and assembly

11 01 Electronics module

11 02 Electromechanical module

11 03 Frequency converter and filter

11 04 Circuit board mounting

12 Bearings

12 01 Carbon bearings

12 02 Silicon carbide

12 03 Mechanical bearings

13 Ceramics

13 01 Slide washers

13 02 Shafts

14 Seals

14 01 Mechanical seals/shaft seals

14 02 Gaskets

14 03 Elastomer rings/rubber mould parts

15 Thermal insulation

15 01 Thermal insulation

16 Fixing elements

16 01 Screws

16 02 Transport eyes

16 03 Brackets

16 04 Pipe unions

16 05 Accessories

16 06 Couplings

17 Paint/varnish

17 01 Varnishes

17 02 Cataphoresis materials

17 03 Ceramic

17 04 Chemicals

18 Packing and pressure

18 01 Paper and cardboard

18 02 Wood

18 03 Foam

18 04 Plastic

18 05 Printed items

18 06 Name plates

19 Subcontracting/delivery

19 01 Machining

19 02 Welding

19 03 Surface treatment/coating

19 04 Mounting, installation

20 Miscellaneous

20 01 Valves

20 02 Boiler components, boiler accessories

20 03 Thermometers

20 04 Sensors

20 05 Heat exchangers, air coolers

20 06 Metal work, metal construction, metal parts

20 07 Flanges