GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONSRockster Austria International GmbH
1. PREAMBLE: 1.1. The present General Conditions of Business shall apply, save as varied by express agreement accepted in writing by both parties. 1.2. The following provisions concerning the delivery of goods shall also apply correspondingly to the performance of services. 1.3. For erection and assembly work the pertinent special terms of the Association of Austrian Machinery and Steel Construction Industries shall be applicable in supplement of these general conditions.
2. CONCLUSION OF CONTRACT: 2.1. The contract shall be deemed to have been entered into when the Vendor, upon receipt of an order, has sent a written acceptance of order. 2.2. Modifications of and amendments to a contract shall only be valid if confirmed in writing by the Vendor. Purchasing conditions of the Purchaser shall only be binding upon the Vendor where such purchasing conditions have been separately accepted in writing by the Vendor. Oral undertakings of the Vendor shall only be binding if subsequently confirmed in writing. 2.3. The Vendor's offers shall be valid without engagement. The Vendor reserves the right of prior sale. 2.4. In cases where import or export licenses, currency authorizations or similar permits are required for the performance of a contract, the party responsible for obtaining such permits shall be obliged to undertake all reasonable efforts so as to obtain the required licenses or permits in due time. 2.5. A cancellation fee amounting to 10 % (ten percent) of the purchase price shall, without prejudice to any claim for damages exceeding such amount, be charged, should the Purchaser terminate a contract without good cause.
3. PLANS AND DOCUMENTS: 3.1. Data concerning weights, dimensions, measures, capacities, performance ratings, terms of delivery, prices, and the like indicated in catalogues, leaflets, circulars, advertisements, illustrated matter, price lists, etc. shall not be binding save to the extent that they are expressly referred to in the acceptance of order. 3.2. Drawings, sketches, plans and other technical documentation as well as catalogues, samples, leaflets, illustrated matter and the like shall in any case remain the property of the Vendor. They may not, without the owner’s express consent, be utilized, disseminated, reproduced, published, distributed or displayed.
4. PACKAGING: 4.1. Save as otherwise agreed, prices shall not include packaging. Where the common type of packaging is provided so as to prevent transport damage under normal transport conditions during the shipment of the goods to the agreed place of destination, such packaging shall be at the cost of the Purchaser and returnable only if expressly agreed in a written form.
5. PASSING OF RISK: 5.1. The moment when the risk passes shall be determined as follows: a. On a sale "ex works", the risk shall pass from the Vendor to the Purchaser when the goods have been placed at the disposal of the Purchaser, provided that the Vendor gives to the Purchaser notice of the date on and after which the Purchaser may take delivery of the goods. The notice of the Vendor must be given in sufficient time to allow the Purchaser to take such measures as are normally necessary for this purpose. b. On a sale “F.O.B.“, the risk shall pass from the Vendor to the Purchaser when the goods have effectively passed the ship's rail at the agreed port of shipment. 5.2. Where no indication is given in the contract of the form of sale, all goods shall be deemed to be sold "ex works". 5.3. The Vendor shall only be obliged to affect insurance where and to the extent that such insurance cover has been agreed in writing. 5.4. In all other respects, the INCOTERMS valid at the date of conclusion of the respective contract shall apply.
6. PERIOD OF DELIVERY: 6.1. Save as otherwise agreed, the period of delivery shall commence at the latest of a. the date of the acceptance of order; b. the date of fulfilment of all technical, commercial and financial preconditions on the part of the Purchaser; c. the date of the receipt by the Vendor of such payment in advance of delivery as is stipulated in the contract and/or the date of opening of a letter of credit, if any, required for the transaction in question. 6.2. The Vendor shall be entitled to make partial and advance deliveries. 6.3. Should a delay in delivery be caused by circumstances affecting the Vendor that discharge the Vendor from responsibility as indicated in Art. 10, the Vendor shall be granted a reasonable period of grace for delivery. 6.4. In the event of a delay in delivery caused by fault on the part of the Vendor, the Purchaser shall be entitled to demand specific performance or to terminate the contract after previously granting a reasonable period of grace. In the case of custom-made products, the fact that the Vendor may not be able to use unfinished products for other purposes shall be taken into account when determining the length of the period of grace. 6.5. In the event that performance has, due to a fault on the part of the Vendor, not been rendered during the period of grace granted according to Art. 6.4, the Purchaser shall be entitled to terminate the contract, by notice in writing to the Vendor, in respect of all undelivered goods that cannot be properly used. In this case, the Purchaser shall be entitled to recover any payment which he has made in respect of undelivered goods or goods that cannot be properly used and, to the extent that the delay in delivery was caused by serious default on the part of the Vendor, to recover any expenses properly incurred in performing the contract and up to the date of termination. The Purchaser shall return to the Vendor products that although delivered cannot be properly used. 6.6. Any claims of the Purchaser against the Vendor exceeding the scope indicated in Art. 6 shall be excluded in the case of delay caused by the Vendor. 6.7. Where the Purchaser does not take the goods at the place and time provided for by the contract for any reason other than an act or omission of the Vendor, the Vendor shall be entitled to either demand specific performance or terminate the contract after granting the Purchaser a period of grace to take the goods. In such a case, once the goods have been appropriated to the contract, the Vendor may arrange for their storage at the risk and cost of the Purchaser. The Vendor shall further be entitled to recover any expenses properly incurred in performing the contract and not covered by payments received.
7. PRICES: 7.1. Save as otherwise agreed, prices shall be ex Vendor's factory and do not include packaging and loading. Where delivery including shipment is agreed, prices shall not include unloading of the goods and further transport to their place of use. 7.2. In the case of contracts concluded with prices left open, the purchase price valid at the date of delivery shall be charged. 7.3. Prices are valid 30days, unless otherwise agreed
8. PAYMENT: 8.1. Payment shall be made in the manner and at the time or times agreed by the parties in a Dealer Agreement. Other terms of payment as deemed necessary from time to time are permissible only as arranged and agreed to in writing by both parties. Down Payments have to be made, unless otherwise agreed, on receipt of order confirmation. 8.2. The Purchaser shall not be entitled to retain payments for reasons of warranty claims or other counterclaims not recognized by the Vendor. 8.3. Where the Purchaser delays in making any agreed payment or performing any other obligation, the Vendor shall be entitled to either insist on specific performance and a. postpone the fulfilment of his own obligations until such payment is made or such other duty is performed; b. demand a reasonable extension of the delivery period; c. declare the entire open balance of the purchase price immediately due; d. in so far as the purchaser is not able to claim any grounds of release as provided for in Clause 10, recover interest on arrears at the rate of 8% over and above the bank rate charged at that time by the Austrian National Bank, such interest to be charged from the time fixed for payment. The Vendor reserves the right to recover a higher interest on overdue accounts as compensation for loss occasioned by delay. Additionally, the Vendor shall be entitled to recover all frustrated expenses incurred in performing the contract. e) or, after granting a reasonable period of grace, terminate the contract. 8.4. Should the purchaser after the period of grace specified in Clause 8.3. fail to make payment or to meet any other obligation, the vendor shall be entitled to terminate the contract by giving notice in writing. On being asked to do so by the vendor, the purchaser must return to the vendor any goods that have already been delivered and reimburse the latter for the depreciation of the goods in addition to defraying all expenses properly incurred by the vendor in the performance of the contract. As regards goods which have not yet been delivered, the vendor shall be entitled to place the finished or unfinished parts, as the case may be, at the disposal of the purchaser and debit the purchaser's account with the corresponding share of the selling price. 8.5. The Vendor retains legal title to the goods until full performance of the Purchaser's obligations. The purchaser is obligated to comply with all required formalities conducive to ensuring the retention of legal title by the vendor in case of attachment, seizure or other distraint, the purchaser is under obligation to file the vendor's retention of title to ownership of the goods and to notify him of same without delay. 8.6. Claims of the vendor against the purchaser other than those mentioned in Claus 8, arising from the latter's default are not admissible.
9. AUXILIARY MATERIALS: Auxiliary materials, if any, required for handover, commissioning or subsequent services, if any, shall be provided by the Purchaser free of cost.
10. WARRANTY AND LIABILITY: 10.1. Warranty shall be limited to new equipment and subject to full compliance of the Purchaser with the terms of payment and fulfilment of the maintenance instructions included in the Operating and Maintenance Manual by authorized persons or licensed dealers. 10.2. The warranty period shall be the shorter of 12 months from the date of commissioning or 1000 operating hours and expire in any case 18 months after the date of delivery. Unless otherwise established through a valid certificate of commissioning, the date of commissioning shall be the date of the invoice. 10.3. The warranty period shall not be extended upon correction of defects or upon transfer of the warranty. 10.3.1 The warranty expires upon use of non original Rockster spare and ware parts. 10.4. The purchaser can only avail himself of his rights under this Clause if he notifies the vendor in writing and without delay of any defects that have become apparent. Each warranty service or each payment of damages shall be excluded where defects in goods delivered are not communicated to the Vendor immediately upon receipt and/or where defects are not immediately and within the applicable period of time communicated to the Vendor as soon as such defects are identified or where the delivered products were modified in any way whatsoever by persons not authorized to do so by the Vendor or where products were subjected to improper handling in any other way. On receipt of such notification, the vendor, if the defect is one which, under the provision of this Clause, is to be remedied by him, shall at his own option; a) repair the defective goods in suit or b) have the defective goods or parts returned to him for repair; or c) replace the defective goods; or d) replace the defective parts. The repair or replacement of any defects does not result in an extension of the guarantee period. In case of repair work to be carried out by the seller, it is mandatory that the buyer transports the machine to a workshop suitable for the repair, where there also the required lifting devices have to be provided. It is also mandatory that the buyer ensures unrestricted access to the workshop for employees of the seller carrying out the repair work. 10.5. Where the vendor has defective goods or parts returned to him for replacement or repair, the purchaser shall, unless otherwise agreed, bear the cost and risk of carriage. Unless otherwise agreed, the return to the purchaser of goods or parts sent by way of replacement or of repaired goods or parts shall take place at the cost and risk of the vendor. 10.6. The vendor shall not be under any obligation to defray the cost of repairs carried out by the purchaser himself or undertaken by him unless the vendor has consented to do so in writing. 10.7. The liability of the vendor shall apply only to defects that become manifest under operating conditions as stipulated in the contract and in the course of normal use. In particular his liability does not extend to defects arising from faulty installation carried out by the purchaser or the latter's agent, poor maintenance, faulty repairs or alterations, or those made without the written consent of the vendor by persons other than the vendor or his agent, nor is he liable for normal deterioration. 10.8. For those parts of the goods which he himself has obtained from sub suppliers, the vendor shall only be liable to the extent of the guarantees granted him by the sub suppliers. Where goods are made to order by the vendor in accordance with models supplied by the purchaser, the liability of the vendor does not extend to the correctness of the design but to its execution in accordance with the instructions of the purchaser. In such cases the purchaser is fully responsible to the vendor for all damages or claims that may result from any infringement of patent rights. The vendor assumes no warranty liability in accepting repair orders or orders for alterations and modifications of goods that are not new or have not been manufactured by the vendor. 10.9. From the commencement of the guarantee period the vendor assumes no further liability, save as provided for in this Clause, nor shall be liable even in respect of defects due to causes existing prior to the passing of the risk. 10.10. It is expressly agreed that the purchaser shall have no claims on the vendor in respect of personal injury or of damage to goods that are not subject of the contract, for any other damage and for loss of profit except to the extent provided for by the applicable legislation in the case of proven intent or gross negligence on the part of the Vendor. 10.11. The warranty is only transferable provided the object of warranty is inspected and serviced by authorized persons or licensed dealers at the time of transfer or sale, in compliance with the maintenance instructions included in the Operating and Maintenance Manual. Transfer of the warranty does not extend the warranty period as stated herein. The warranty remains subject to all applicable terms and conditions.
11. RELIEFS: 11.1. The following shall be deemed grounds of relief if they intervene after the formation of the contract and impede its performance: industrial disputes and all other circumstances that are beyond the control of the parties, e.g. fire, mobilization, requisition, embargo, currency restrictions, insurrection, general shortage of materials and restrictions in the use of power. 11.2. The effects of the said circumstances with respect to the obligations of the contracting parties are defined in Clauses 6, 8, and 9.
12. VENUE, APPLICABLE LAW: 12.1. Disputes arising out of or in connection with the contract shall be under the jurisdiction of the Austrian court of law (Linz/Danube) having original jurisdiction over the headquarters of the vendor. The vendor may also appeal, however, to another court of law having jurisdiction over the purchaser. 12.2. Contracts shall, in addition to the Vendor's General Conditions of Delivery, be exclusively governed by the non-unified law of Austria. Application of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods is hereby expressly excluded. 12.3. The parties can also agree as to the competency of a court of arbitration. 12.4. The place of performance of delivery and payment shall be the domicile of the Vendor. This also applies to transactions where goods are, according to the relevant contract, handed over at a different location.
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE
of Rockster Austria International GmbH
I. Contract conclusion/formal requirements 1. For the privity of contract between the supplier and us solely the following conditions shall apply. Conditions of the supplier and different agreements apply only, if these are accepted by us in written form. Neither our silence nor the acceptance of the performance or its payment is considered as acknowledgement. 2. The contract for delivery or the orders as well as any modifications, sub-agreements, explanations concerning its termination as well as other explanations and reports are only accepted in writing, unless otherwise agreed in these conditions. The supplier has the possibility of confirming the order in writing within 10 working days, if no written confirmation is sent, the order is considered as accepted to its full extent; however, we reserve the right to cancel the purchase order.
II. Scope of delivery/changes of the scope of delivery/spare parts 1. The supplier will take care that he gets all the required information in time, regarding all significant data and circumstances which are necessary for the fulfilment of his contractually obligations as well as concerning our intended application of his deliveries. He is responsible that his deliveries cover all performances, which are necessary for a correct, safe and economical use. The supplier must also take care that his deliveries are suitable for the intended application and that they correspond to the state of science and technology. When rendering services, the supplier will consider all relevant rules, laws and regulations, in particular the relevant regulations for pollution control, hazardous material, dangerous goods and rules for the prevention of accidents as well as observe the generally accepted safety-related and occupational medicine rules and works standards. The supplier has to inform us about necessary official permissions and obligations to register for the import and the operation of the delivery items. 2. In the context of the reasonableness we can demand from the supplier modifications of the delivery item concerning construction and execution. The supplier has to convert the modifications within a reasonable time. Regarding the effects, in particular the additional and reduced costs, as well as the dates of deliveries; appropriate regulations have to be made by mutual agreement. If an agreement does not result within a reasonable time, we decide in our sole discretion. 3. The supplier guarantees that he can provide us under appropriate conditions with the delivery items or parts of it as spare parts even for a period of 10 years after termination of the supply relationship.
III. Prices/terms of payment 1. The agreed prices are fixed prices. If not otherwise agreed, the payment has to be effected in each case in the following month at the latest on the 25th day with 3% allowance, up to the 25th of the month after next with 2% allowance or within 120 days without deduction. The grace period starts with the receipt of the stipulated performance and a duly and comprehensible invoice. With acceptance of premature deliveries, the period begins however at the earliest with the agreed date of delivery. Invoices have to be submitted without copies, stating account assignment, and place of unloading, vendor number, parts number, piece number and unit price as well as quantity per delivery. On our request the supplier agrees to participate in a credit memo procedure. 2. The supplier is not entitled to assign claims, which are entitled to him against us, or to collect them through third parties.
IV. Terms of delivery 1. The deliveries shall be effected by DDU (Incoterms in their current version) at the place indicated by us, as far as not otherwise agreed, including packing and conservation. Our shipping instructions and transportation regulations in their valid version shall apply. Each delivery needs to be indicated to us and to the recipient determined by us on the day of shipment. For each delivery a delivery note in duplicate has to be enclosed. The delivery note has to be provided with our order-, article and vendor number. On agreed delivery “ex works” we as well as the recipient determined by us have to be informed in due time about dimensions and weight of the shipment. The transport insurance will be covered from our part if under the agreed delivery terms (Incoterms in their current version) we are obliged to do so. When issuing the shipping documents the supplier has to consider that the customs clearance takes place in our factory and that we are released from the obligation of presentation to customs. For deliveries from preference countries the supplier has to attach the preference proof of each supply. The long-term supplier declaration in accordance with EWG-VO 1207/2001 has to be presented once annually. In the event that the supplied good is subject to a liability for export license, we have to be informed immediately. 2. The delivery items have to be packed properly according to custom and usage. We are entitled to give instructions to the supplier regarding the way of packing. If we return freight-free re-usable packing to the supplier, we have the right to claim a reimbursement in the value of the packing.
V. Dates/delay 1. Agreed times and periods are binding. The receipt of the good at our place or at the place of the recipient determined by us is essentially for the adherence to the delivery date or the period of delivery. The supplier has to immediately inform us in writing about a perceivable delay of his performances stating the reasons and the expected duration of delay. The supplier only can refer to non-acceptable causes for delay in delivery if he fulfilled the obligation of the duty to give notice. 2. In case of delay we are entitled to demand a contractual penalty from the supplier. This amounts to 0,2 % per each starting weekday of the delay, in sum however maximum 10 % of the total value of the order. The legal claims accruing us from delay will remain unaffected by the agreement of the contractual penalty or its assertion. Paid contractual penalties are to be taken into account on claims for damages. The contractual penalty can be put in claim till the payment of the delayed delivered good. The court's right to reduce or abate is excluded.
VI. Secrecy/information 1. The supplier will keep the information received from us confidential, as for instance designs, documents, expertise, samples, workshop facilities, models, data medium etc. He will not make the information accessible to third parties (also sub-suppliers) without our written agreement and will not use it for other purposes than agreed by us. This applies also to duplications. This obligation does not apply to information, of which at the time of receipt he already was aware of, rightly without obligation of secrecy, or afterwards rightly will become known without obligation of secrecy. Furthermore, it does not apply to information which, without breach of contract through one of the parties – is or will be generally known or for the information for which he has got the written permission for other utilization. The supplier may not make campaign with our mutual relationship without our previous written agreement. For the information provided by us we retain legal title to the goods and all other rights (e.g. copyrights). Duplications may only be made after our previous written agreement. With their production the duplications pass on to our property. It hereby between the supplier and us is agreed that the supplier keeps the duplications for us. The supplier has to carefully keep the documents and objects as well as duplications provided by us. Furthermore, he has to care about them and to insure them. On our request he must hand them over at any time or destroy them. He is not entitled to a right of retention of goods for whatever reason. The complete return or destruction has to be assured in writing. 2. If breaching the obligations in point VI 1. in the event of an infringement a penalty claim in the amount of EUR 25.000,00 will become due. The supplier is entitled to find out at court if the amount of the penalty claim is adequate. Paid contractual penalties are to be taken into account on claims for damages.
VII. Quality management/receiving inspection test 1. The supplier has to constantly supervise the quality of his deliveries and performances. He is obliged to respect our quality assurance agreement for suppliers in the respectively valid version. For this he will establish and support a quality assurance system after ISO 9001:2000, VDA 6,1 or QA 9000 or another standard which has been agreed with us. Modifications of the delivery item require our previous agreement. For all products delivered to us the supplier has to record in writing, when, in which way and through whom the faultless production of the delivery became secured. These recordings are to be kept at least 12 years and submitted to us on demands. Pre-suppliers should accordingly be obligated. 2. We only affect a receiving inspection test for externally visible damages and externally visible deviations in GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE ROCKSTER AUSTRIA INTERNATIONAL GMBH; identity and quantity. We will immediately criticize such defects. We reserve ourselves the right to make an advanced receiving inspection control. Furthermore, we criticize defects, as soon as they are detected according to the conditions of the normal course of business. Insofar the supplier waives the objection of the delayed notice of defects. On realized defects we are entitled to return the entire delivery. At defects or damages, which can be determined only during the operation of the goods, we are entitled to postpone the payment until full function of the goods. The payment period starts with the day on which the damage was demonstrably repaired and acknowledged by us as repaired.
VIII. Liability for defects / reimbursement of expenses/period/insurance 1. If the delivery item is defective, then our claims correspond to the legal regulations, as far as no further regulations are valid. In the event of risk in operation safety or danger of abnormally high damages, maintenance of our supply availability towards our purchasers after informing the supplier, we are entitled to make the rectification by ourselves or perform them through third parties. The supplier bears the accruing costs. The supplier is liable for all damages and arising expenses us indirectly or directly due to defects of the object. Also expenses for a receiving inspection control exceeding the usual extent are liable to pay compensation, if at least parts of the delivery were identified as defective. This also applies to a partial or complete control of the received deliveries in the further course of business with us or our purchasers. If the supplier during the performance uses the services of third parties, he is liable for these as well as for any kind of assistances for compliance.
2. The supplier refunds also expenses of our purchaser or us, arising in advance or in connection with circumstances of liability for defects for prematurely loss prevention, damage defense or damage reduction (e.g. product recalls). 3. The supplier refunds the expenses, which we are legally obligated to bear towards our purchasers, and which are resulting from defects of the delivery purchased by him. 4. As far as not otherwise obligatory prescribed by law, the supplier is liable for defects, which arise within 24 months starting from the receipt of the delivery at our place and/or from the taking-over (if such one is provided by law or by contract). In the case of supplement performance, the period extends to the time, in which the delivery item cannot be used as specified in the contract. For the supplement performance the same periods apply. The limitation of claims due to defects commences at the earliest two months after the claims of the final client are fulfilled. This expiry suspension ends at the latest 5 years after delivery to us. 5. The supplier is obligated, under point VIII, to have an adequate insurance cover for the duration of the supply relationship for the risks. The proof of delivery is on ours require to furnish.
IX. Components. 1. Parts, Boxes, special packings, tools, measurement equipment or the like (components) remain our property. When processing, bonding, mixing of components we will get co-ownership at the new product at the rate of the component value to the value of the complete product. Duplications of components may be made only after our previous written agreement. Reproductions pass into our property with their production. The supplier is not entitled to retain the components for whatever reason. Components as well as their reproductions may not be made accessible to third parties (also sub-suppliers) and may not be used for others
purposes than agreed.
X. Tools. Without prejudice to other agreements, we obtain full and/or co-ownership to the extent, to which we take share in the attested costs for tools for the production of the delivery item. On payment the tools pass into our (co-)ownership. They remain on loan with the supplier. Only with our permission the supplier is authorized to effectively or legally dispose of the tools, to relocate or to make them permanently inoperable. The tools have to be marked by the supplier as our (co-) property. The supplier bears the costs for maintenance, repair and the replacement of the tools. Spare tools are in our property according to our share on the origin tool. With a co-ownership at a tool we are entitled to have a purchase option at the co-ownership-share of the supplier. Tools, which are in our (co-) ownership, may only be used by the supplier exclusively for the manufacturing of the delivery items. After termination of the supply the supplier has to immediately hand over the tools to us on demands. Concerning tools in co-ownership we have to reimburse to the supplier the current value of the co-ownership share of the supplier after receipt of the tool. In no case the supplier is entitled to retain the goods. Also, in case of a bankruptcy claim against him or during a prolonged interruption of the supply, the supplier has to hand over the tools. The supplier has to insure the tool to the agreed extent, and if no agreement has been made, to the usual extent.
XI. Software. If software not standardized belongs to the extent of supply, the supplier agrees to make modifications/ improvements of the software from the time of delivery of the delivery item against adequate reimbursement of costs for the duration of 5 years in accordance with our specifications. As far as the software comes from sub-suppliers, he will also obligate them accordingly.
XII. Force majeure /longer-term delivery preventions 1. Labour disputes, commotions, official measures, and other unforeseeable and inevitable events relieve the supplier and us of from the liability for the duration of the failure and to the extent of their effect. The person concerned hast to immediately inform the other contractual partner comprehensively and do the utmost to the extent reasonable, to limit the effects of such events. The person concerned immediately has to inform the other contractual partner about the end of the malfunction. 2. In the case of a long-term delivery prevention, the stoppage of payment or the opening of an insolvency proceeding, the refusal of the opening of such a procedure due to lack of assets or the opening of a comparable procedure over one the contracting party, the other contracting party is entitled, to withdraw from contract concerning the part not fulfilled yet. If the supplier is affected by one of the preceding events, he will do his utmost to support us with the dislocation of the production of the delivery item to our place or to a third party, including a for the production necessary licensing from industrial property rights to conditions usual in this line of business.
XIII. General regulations 1. The place of performance of deliveries and performances shall be the place of destination indicated by us. 2. Contracts shall be exclusively governed by the law of Austria. Application of the UN Purchasing law is hereby expressly excluded. Area of jurisdiction is Linz. 3. If a regulation should be ineffective or become ineffective, then thereby the validity of the other regulations is not affected. 4. We point out that we record personal data considering the legal requirements and process them in connection with business transactions.
Rockster Austria International GmbH
4212 Neumarkt im Mühlkreis