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DSI Innovations LLC - An Industrial Automation Company and Industrial Systems Integrator!

Industrial Automation Systems

DSI Innovations LLC - An Industrial Automation Company and Industrial Systems Integrator!

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DSI Innovations LLC - Industrial Automation Systems

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Junior, mid-level, senior positions available!

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Job Descriptions

Positions Available: Junior, Mid-Level, Senior, Team Leader

As a DSI Innovations  Control Engineer, you’ll design and update automated machines with many different functions for Industry. Our automation projects range from vision systems, robots, data systems, automated packaging lines, conveyor lines, palletizers, part tracking, machine tending, material handling, batch processing, etc. You’ll help us with our backlog of project work and in-demand services by working closely with our clients to help achieve their project goals.

Basic Roles and Responsibilities

  • Design, upgrade, and troubleshoot control, data, and HMIs systems based on company guidelines and/or our client’s requirements.
  • Create or follow design and control specifications according to company guidelines and our client’s desired standards.
  • Create, update, and interpret electrical schematics.
  • Manage goals, tasks, and resources to deliver projects on time and budget.
  • Perform field commissioning to our client’s standards, goals, and project requirements.
  • Serve as a technical expert to assist co-workers and in the proposal process on various projects.

 

Requirements

  • Must be a 100% team player and enjoy working in a team environment.
  • Must be self-motivated and self-managed and perform duties without being micro-managed.
  • Able to multi-task, working on multiple projects in an organized and systematic manner.
  • Able to treat associates and customers with the humility and respect they deserve.
  • Enjoy sharing knowledge and expertise with customers and fellow associates.
  • Able to complete projects to customer satisfaction in a way that encourages repeat and profitable business.
  • Must be authorized to work in the U.S.
  • Must agree to up to 25% travel.

Position Specific Qualifications

  • Junior
    • 2 or 4 year engineering or technical degree.
    • Or equivalent industrial automation work experience.
  • Mid-Level
    • 5 years of experience in the industrial automation field.
    • Experience with Allen-Bradly and Siemens is desirable.
  • Senior
    • 10 years of experience in the industrial automation field.
    • Experience with Allen-Bradly and Siemens is desirable.
  • Team Leader
    • 15 years of experience in the industrial automation field.
    • Experience with Allen-Bradly and Siemens is desirable.

  

What Happens After Applying?

  • #1 – Consideration: qualified employees will review your online application consideration. Please note that we may request a resume if more information is needed.
  • #2 – Pre Interview: we’ll contact you to set up an over-the-phone pre-interview. The goal is to get to know you, clear up questions we may have, and give you an opportunity to answer your own questions before deciding if the position is the right fit for you.
  • #3 – Full Interview: we’ll arrange a full interview with an experienced controls professional to better understand your capabilities, where you’re at in your career, and what you want out of this job opportunity. Interviews are typically done over the phone for your convenience.

 

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* The official and equivalent job title is Systems Integrator. DSI uses more commonly searched terms for search engine exposure and marketing to attract targeted talent. 

Positions Available: Junior, Mid-Level, Senior, Team Leader 

As an Electrical Design Engineer for DSI Innovations, you work closely with our Panel Shop and industrial automation controls group designing electrical panels to support our backlog of projects and in-demand services.

Basic Roles and Responsibilities

  • Design power (480VAC and below), I/O, and industrial networking systems for Industrial Automation Systems
  • Design per NEC, NFPA 79 and UL508A (CSA and CE helpful)
  • Design back panels and enclosure layouts.
  • Read specs or quotations and develop complete drawing sets for manufacturing and a Bill of Material (BOM).

 

Requirements

  • Must be a 100% team player and enjoy working in a team environment.
  • Must be able to work within project teams to develop accurate and on-time electrical system documentation with 100% customer satisfaction.
  • Must be self-motivated and self-managed and can perform duties without being micro-managed.
  • Able to multi-task and work on multiple projects.
  • Able to treat associates and customers with the humility and respect they deserve.
  • Enjoys sharing knowledge and expertise with customers and fellow associates.
  • Able to complete projects to customer satisfaction in a way that encourages repeat and profitable business.
  • Must be authorized to work in the U.S.
  • Occasional travel — very little.

 

Position Specific Qualifications

  • Junior
    • 2 or 4 year engineering or technical degree.
    • Or equivalent Electrical Design work experience.
  • Mid-Level
    • 5 years of experience in the Electrical Design field.
    • Experience with AutoCAD Electrical. Other CAD software experience helpful.
    • Able to design per NEC, NFPA 79, and UL508A(CSA and CE helpful).
  • Senior
    • 10 years of experience in the Electrical Design field.
    • Experience with AutoCAD Electrical. Other CAD software experience helpful.
    • Able to design per NEC, NFPA 79, and UL508A(CSA and CE helpful).
  • Team Leader
    • 15 years of experience in the industrial automation field.
    • Experience with AutoCAD Electrical. Other CAD software experience helpful.
    • Able to design per NEC, NFPA 79, and UL508A(CSA and CE helpful).
    • Able to manage others and mentor juniors.

 

What Happens After Applying?

  • #1 – Consideration: qualified employees will review your online application consideration. Please note that we may request a resume if more information is needed.
  • #2 – Pre Interview: we’ll contact you to set up an over-the-phone pre-interview. The goal is to get to know you, clear up questions we may have, and give you an opportunity to answer your own questions before deciding if the position is the right fit for you.
  • #3 – Full Interview: we’ll arrange a full interview with our technical group to better understand your capabilities, where you’re at in your career, and what you want out of this job opportunity. Interviews are typically done over the phone for your convenience.

 

Apply Today!

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Thanks for your interest in DSI Innovations!

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* The official and equivalent job title is Electrical Designer. DSI uses more commonly searched terms for search engine exposure and marketing to attract targeted talent. 

Positions Available: Junior, Mid-Level, Senior, Team Leader

Job Description

As a Field Service Engineer for DSI Innovations, you work closely with our Field Services Coordinator to support our client’s immediate needs.  You’ll handle service calls and assist our industrial automation controls group in providing installation support during startup and system commissioning.

Basic Roles and Responsibilities

  • Make field service calls to support our manufacturing and other clientele.
  • Support current projects by performing field installations, wiring, and mounting as required by design specifications and/or customer needs.
  • Connect to, diagnose, and troubleshoot automated and process control systems using industry-standard software and tools.
  • Read/follow electrical schematics.

Basic Experience (Mid-Level, Senior, Team Leader)

  • Must be able to read/follow electrical schematics.
  • Must understand how to connect to PLCs, upload and download program, and make minor modifications (Allen-Bradley and/or Siemens preferred).
  • Must have an understanding of how to connect to HMIs and make minor modifications.
  • Must have a basic understanding of networking: routing, switching, setting/finding IP addresses.

Requirements

  • Can perform duties without being micro-managed.
  • Must be comfortable working independently to comprehend and resolve system issues.
  • Able to treat associates and customers with the humility and respect they deserve.
  • Can You Travel 90-100% Within a “Local” Geographic Area (typically 2-3 hours from the office)? Some out-of-town may be required. 
  • Must be authorized to work in the U.S.

Position Specific Qualifications

  • Junior
    • 2 or 4 year engineering or technical degree.
    • Or equivalent Field Service work experience.
  • Mid-Level
    • 5 years of experience in Field Service supporting industrial automation software and equipment.
  • Senior
    • 10 years of experience in Field Service supporting industrial automation software and equipment.
  • Team Leader
    • 15 years of experience in Field Service supporting industrial automation software and equipment.
    • Able to manage others and mentor juniors.

What Happens After Applying?

  • #1 – Consideration: qualified employees will review your online application consideration. Please note that we may request a resume if more information is needed.
  • #2 – Pre Interview: we’ll contact you to set up an over-the-phone pre-interview. The goal is to get to know you, clear up questions we may have, and give you an opportunity to answer your own questions before deciding if the position is the right fit for you.
  • #3 – Full Interview: we’ll arrange a full interview with an experienced field services professional to better understand your capabilities, where you’re at in your career, and what you want out of this job opportunity. Interviews are typically done over the phone for your convenience.

Apply Today!

We hope to talk to you soon.

Thanks for your interest in DSI Innovations!

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* The official and equivalent job title is Field Service Technician. DSI uses more commonly searched terms for search engine exposure and marketing to attract targeted talent. 

Positions Available: Junior, Mid-Level, Senior

As a Control Panel Builder for DSI Innovations, you work closely with our technical staff to build and fabricate control system panels for our manufacturing and other clients.

Basic Role and Responsibilities

  • Worked with industrial control components (push-buttons, beacons, motor starters, contactors, relays, etc.).
  • Read electrical schematics to wire the electrical components together.
  • Read panel layout drawings to layout devices on an electrical backplane.
  • Drill & tap holes to the electrical backplane for mounting of control devices (DIN rail, wire ducting, ground lugs, disconnects, etc.).
  • Read electrical schematics to wire PLC inputs and outputs to terminal block and electrical components.
  • Read electrical schematics to wire 480VAC transformers, disconnects and motors.
  • Carefully adhere to established panel building practices to maintain the UL 508A standard. This includes wire stripping to correct length, tightening screw terminals to the correct torque, labeling wire uniformly, operating a label printer to label devices and enclosures.
  • Use a digital Multi-meter for point-to-point quality check during the panel building process.

Qualifications

  • Must have a very high level of attention to detail and complete tasks on time.
  • Work hours are 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM M-F. Weekends will be required if the workload is heavy.
  • Must have own basic hand tools as required for panel fabrication (specialty tools we’ll provide i.e. hole punch, DIN rail cutter.
  • (Mid-Level, Seniors) Must understand how to layout back panels and control panel doors based on schematics.
  • (Mid-Level, Seniors) Must understand how to read electrical schematics (ANSI and IEC) and wire panels accordingly.
  • Some travel and on-site installation work will be required from time to time.

Position Specific Qualifications

  • Trainee
    • Great mechanical aptitude.
    • Good with hand tools.
  • Junior
    • 1 to 4 year experience working a Panel Builder
  • Mid-Level
    • 5 years of experience working a Panel Builder.
  • Senior
    • 10 years of experience working a Panel Builder.

What Happens After Applying?

  • #1 – Consideration: qualified employees will review your online application consideration. Please note that we may request a resume if more information is needed.
  • #2 – Pre Interview: we’ll contact you to set up an over-the-phone pre-interview. The goal is to get to know you, clear up questions we may have, and give you an opportunity to answer your own questions before deciding if the position is the right fit for you.
  • #3 – Full Interview: we’ll arrange a full interview with our panel a shop lead or manager to better understand your capabilities, where you’re at in your career, and what you want out of this job opportunity. Interviews are typically done over the phone for your convenience.

Apply Today!

We hope to talk to you soon.

Thanks for your interest in DSI Innovations!

START ONLINE APPLICATION!

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DSI People

DSI INNOVATIONS

About us

DSI is a technical services company specializing in all aspects of system design, implementation, and commissioning for industrial control and data systems. We are committed to delivering better ideas and solutions to solve the most challenging automation problems.

From the beginning, DSI has always focused on hiring and retaining only the best and brightest in the business. This allows us to provide the highest level of service to our customers and do it efficiently.
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DSI Innovations LLC is a Triad Business Journal Fastest 50 Winner. We are an Industrial Automation Company dedicated to systems integration of control systems and data systems!
DSI Innovations LLC is an Industrial Automation Company and continues to make Control Engineering's list of System Integrator Giants!

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Areas of focused operations and offices along the east coast!

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We Have Automation Experience Around the World!

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What Success
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At DSI, success means more than project profitability. While having profitable projects allows us to take care of our families and provide a lifestyle that we and our loved ones desire, it is equally important that we develop meaningful long-term and mutually beneficial relationships (i.e. partnerships and friendships). Not every individual project (or relationship) goes as planned 100% of the time. We have to actively work to ensure that over the long haul, our professional relationships produce mutually beneficial results (over many projects and years supporting our clients and friends). That’s always been our stance and has served us well. A great project is one thing but it’s a moment in time. We prefer to think of every relationship as a partnership and work every day to drive repeat profitable business for ourselves and sustained increased profits for our clients and friends (leading to individual bonuses, accolades, etc.). That’s how we define success at DSI Innovations LLC.

Jason Dupre, Founder and CEO of DSI Innovations LLC

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CEO and Founder

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TERMS OF SERVICE

  1. GENERAL: These terms and conditions, together with those set forth in any written purchase order (“Purchase Order”) with DSI Innovations, LLC (“Seller”), shall apply to the Contract (as defined below) and shall constitute the sole terms and conditions governing the Contract.  These Terms and Conditions may not be modified or changed unless such modification or change is in writing signed by an authorized officer of Seller. If there is any conflict between these terms and conditions and the Purchase Order, these terms and conditions shall control.
  2. OFFER: Buyer may offer to purchase goods from Seller by submitting a Purchase Order and these Terms and Conditions signed by Buyer to Seller.  Unless otherwise specified by the Seller in writing to Buyer, the terms of any Purchase Order submitted by Seller for Buyer’s consideration expire in thirty (30) days from the date of the Purchase Order.
  3. ACCEPTANCE: The issuance of a Purchase Order and these Terms and Conditions by Buyer to Seller does not constitute a binding contract unless and until accepted, in writing, by Seller. The Purchase Order and these Terms and Conditions signed by Buyer and Seller shall constitute the Contract. These Terms and Conditions shall apply to the Contract regardless of whether they are specifically referenced in any Purchase Order.
  4. PAYMENT TERMS
    1. See Pricing and Delivery section of proposal for billing and payment terms

Overdue invoices for Contracts covered by this section 4(b) are subject to late charges of 1.5% per month of the unpaid amount. Labor rates in Contracts covered by this section 4(b) for engineering, fabrication, and installation are those reflected in the Purchase Order.

  1. For all Contracts, Buyer expressly grants to Seller a purchase money security interest in goods sold under the Contract in the amount of their purchase price. This security interest will be satisfied by Buyer’s timely payment in full. If Buyer defaults on any of its obligations, Seller shall have the right to repossess the goods sold under the Contract from Buyer without liability to Buyer. In such event, Buyer agrees to make the goods sold under the Contract available so as to enable Seller to repossess them without a breach of the peace. Seller may file the necessary paperwork to perfect its security interest at any time and Buyer shall cooperate fully to enable Seller to perfect its security interest.
  2. All Contracts shall be on a fixed price basis as set forth in the Purchase Order and consistent with the scope of work in the Purchase Order. Additional materials will be invoiced at cost plus 15%, additional travel expenses will be billed at cost plus 5% (airfare, car rental, etc…), additional meals and lodging will be billed at $200 per diem, and mileage will be billed at $0.65 per mile.
  3. For all Contracts, overdue invoices may lead to termination of the Contract by Seller.
  1. DELIVERY AND SHIPPING: Seller shall deliver the goods as set forth in the Contract.  Buyer shall bear the cost of freight, insurance and any delivery costs.  Title and risk of loss shall remain with Seller until shipment, and passes to Buyer at the time of shipment to Buyer. All final freight charges are the responsibility of the Buyer and are not included in the Contract price terms unless expressly stated otherwise.  All freight is FOB origin.
  2. LIMITED WARRANTY: Seller warrants, for the Warranty Period (as defined below), the products purchased pursuant to the Contract to be free of defects in design and workmanship according to the specifications agreed to in the accepted Contract, or in the designs approved by Seller, if applicable; provided, however, that the foregoing limited warranty shall only apply to the extent the products are used for the applications for which the products are designed, and provided, further, that ordinary wear and tear is excepted from the foregoing warranty.  For purposes hereof, the “Warranty Period” shall cover a period of one year from date of delivery. If Seller breaches the foregoing warranty, Buyer’s sole remedy is either: a) the “no charge” replacement or repair, at Seller’s sole discretion, of the products that fail during the Warranty Period and are covered by Seller’s warranty; or b) Seller’s return of the purchase price of each defective product which is covered by Seller’s warranty and returned to Seller within the warranty period and which Seller determines in its sole discretion to be defective in workmanship.  Replacement labor, if any, will be provided according to Seller’s published rates.  Seller shall also pass on to Buyer, as permitted, any component manufacturer’s warranties as the sole and exclusive warranty as to such warranted components, and there is no Seller’s warranty for such warranted components. All claims for breach of warranty must be received by Seller no later than thirty (30) days after the expiration of this limited warranty. THE LIMITED WARRANTY IN THIS SECTION IS THE ONLY WARRANTY GIVEN BY SELLER, AND BUYER RECEIVES NO OTHER WARRANTY EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. ALL WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE, AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF TITLE FOR ANY CONSIGNED OR BUYER SUPPLIED MATERIALS, ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED AND EXCLUDED. THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF.
  3. TAXES, LICENSING, PERMITS, OR FREIGHT – Buyer shall be responsible for any local, state, or federal taxes (including but not limited to sales and use tax) permits or licenses required with respect to the Contract. No taxes are included in the Contract price terms unless expressly stated otherwise. 
  4. REGULATIONS: Buyer has the responsibility to ensure that its specifications meet applicable regulatory requirements and to effectively communicate those requirements to Seller.
  5. EXCUSABLE DELAY- Seller shall not be in breach of its obligations under the Contract, or liable for damages arising from delays in delivery or failure to perform due to causes beyond the Seller’s reasonable control, including, without limitation, acts of God, acts of third parties, judicial action and strikes or other labor disputes.  Seller shall notify Buyer in writing of the cause of such delay within ten (10) days from the date that the Seller becomes aware of the delay.  Following such notice, to the extent applicable, Seller will provide a description of work-around plans, alternative sources or other means the Seller could utilize to prevent or minimize any delay in the performance of the obligation; provided, however, that Seller shall not be liable if it is unable to provide alternate sources for the products or for any liability caused by such delay.  In the event of an excusable delay, the Buyer and Seller shall agree on any reasonable delay to the completion of the Contract.
  6. INEXCUSABLE DELAY-Should Buyer require Seller to delay delivery of the goods greater than thirty (30) days from the delivery date specified in the Contract, Buyer shall pay Seller a storage fee of 5% of the Contract price per month for storage of the goods. Additionally, should Buyer require Seller to delay delivery of the goods greater than thirty (30) days from the delivery date specified in the Contract, Seller may terminate the Contract as permitted under Section 24(a).
  7. LIMITED LIABILITY: Except as otherwise stated in the Contract, Seller shall not be liable to Buyer for any special, indirect, incidental or consequential damages, lost profits, punitive damages, attorneys’ fees, costs or expenses arising out of or in connection with the Contract or with claims brought by third parties, or any indemnifications granted by either Buyer or Seller in connection with the Contract.
  8. INSURANCE – If Seller performs any labor on Buyer’s premises under the Contract, Seller agrees to have Seller’s employees covered by Workers’ Compensation in statutory limits as well as employees’ automobiles covered by liability and property damage insurance.  Single occurrence liability insurance will be carried for the duration of the job in the amount of   $1,000,000.  A certificate of insurance will be forwarded to Buyer prior to the start of work.
  9. JOB SITE – If Seller performs any labor on Buyer’s premises under the Contract, Buyer shall provide, at no charge, work and job site conditions for the Seller that are conducive to the Contract’s success.  This includes the provision of labor and services for adequate unloading and storing of materials and equipment; a protected storage area adjacent to the work site; a clean work site uncluttered with unnecessary equipment, materials, or other debris; reasonable access to required areas and personnel, especially during off-shift hours; uninterrupted scheduling; necessary facility improvements outside the scope of work; necessary utilities, including electrical power; and coordination of freight and carriers. Buyer is responsible for all damage, liability and demurrage that results from the failure of the Buyer to provide the above resources, labor, and services.  Seller agrees to clean the premises of waste materials or debris resulting from the Seller’s or Seller’s subcontractors work efforts, leaving the area broom clean at the completion of the work.  It is understood that waste and shipping materials may be disposed of on site.  Pricing does not include provision or permits for off-site carting and dumping of waste materials, which shall be at Buyer’s sole cost and expense.
  10. WORK WEEK – If Seller performs any labor on Buyer’s premises under the Contract, field work is normally based on a forty (40) hour week, Monday through Friday, unless otherwise specified in the Contract.  Standard work week hours are 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  Seller reserves the right to supervise the orderly execution of the work.  Any overtime incurred at the request of Buyer, or caused as a result of Buyer’s negligence in notifying Seller of schedule changes, will be paid by Buyer in addition to the purchase price in the Purchase Order. 
  11. WORK SCOPE ADDITIONS – If following any accepted Contract, Buyer wishes to request additions to or amendments of the work scope of a Contract, Buyer shall do so in writing to Seller.  Seller will provide a change order proposal with respect to the requested change and advise Buyer of the cost.  A change order shall be effective only if in writing and signed by both Seller and Buyer. Buyer assumes all responsibility for unseen delays that result from change orders and will hold Seller harmless from damages for such delays. 
  12. DEBUG/RUN-OFF.  Buyer acknowledges that during any debugging or run-off phase by Seller with respect to goods purchased under a Contract, Buyer may provide to Seller certain specifications of its equipment and/or parts (including, without limitation, a pallet, container or parts) (the “Buyer Provided Products”) in furtherance of such debugging or run-off (whether at Buyer’s or Seller’s place of business).  Buyer shall be responsible for all costs and expenses incurred with respect to (i) the shipment of Buyer Provided Products to Seller and (ii) the return of the Buyer Provided Products to Buyer, as applicable. If the parties agree, Seller will dispose of the Buyer Provided Products, but such shall be at Buyer’s cost and expense.  Buyer further acknowledges and agrees that Buyer Provided Products may be damaged during the debugging or run-off process and/or the related shipment of Buyer Provided Products to and from Seller, and Buyer expressly acknowledges and agrees that Seller is not responsible or liable for any such damages, all of which shall be borne by and at the risk of Buyer.
  13. ENTIRE AGREEMENT. These Terms and Conditions, together with the Purchase Order(s), constitute the Contract and cover the entire agreement between Buyer and Seller and may not be amended unless in writing by Buyer and Seller. 
  14. ENFORCEABILITYIf any one or more provisions of the Contract shall be found to be illegal or unenforceable in any respect, the validity, legality and enforceability of the remaining provisions shall not in any way be affected or impaired thereby.
  15. WAIVER: Seller’s failure to exercise, in whole or in part, or delay in exercising any right under the Contract, shall not preclude Seller’s future exercise of the same right or the exercise of any other right under the Contract.
  16. AUTHORITY: Buyer warrants that it has the unqualified right to enter into the Contract and that it has the right to perform all obligations under the Contract. Any individual signing the Contract on behalf of Buyer warrants that he or she has the authority to do so on behalf of Buyer.
  17. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORSNothing in the Contract shall be construed to create any partnership, joint venture or agency relationship of any kind.  Except as expressly set forth in the Contract, neither party has any authority under the Contract to assume or create any obligations on behalf of or in the name of the other party, or to bind the other party to any contract, agreement or undertaking with any third party.
  18. NON-LICENSING. The parties understand that except as otherwise stated in the Contract, the terms and conditions of the Contract shall not be considered in any way as a grant of any license whatsoever under either party’s present or future trademarks, trade secrets, patents, patent applications, or other proprietary rights, nor is any such license granted by implication or otherwise.
  19. Buyer shall defend, at Buyer’s expense, all claims against Seller for infringement or alleged infringement of present or future trademarks, trade secrets, patents, patent applications, or other proprietary rights for the goods furnished under this Contract.
    1. Uncured breach by either party: If either party breaches a material provision of this Contract and the breach is not cured within a reasonable period of time after receipt of written notice from the other party specifying the nature of the breach, the non-breaching party may terminate this Contract by written notice to the party in breach.
    2. Payment breach: Notwithstanding the foregoing, if Buyer fails to comply with the payment terms of this Contract and fails to cure its noncompliance within ten (10) days of written notice by Seller, Seller may terminate this Contract.
    3. Financial Insecurity of Buyer: Notwithstanding the foregoing, if Buyer’s financial condition gives Seller reasonable grounds for insecurity concerning Buyer’s ability to perform its obligations under the Contract, Seller may in its sole discretion: i) terminate this Contract on written notice to Buyer; ii) require full or partial payment in advance and suspend any further deliveries or continuance of any work to be performed by Seller until such payment has been received; or iii) make all shipments to Buyer C.O.D.
    4. Immediate termination by Seller: Notwithstanding the foregoing, Seller may immediately terminate this Contact: a) upon Buyer’s filing for bankruptcy; b) upon the appointment of a receiver for Buyer; or c) Buyer ceases to conduct business.
  20. NOTICES. Any notice required or permitted to be given hereunder by either party hereunder shall be in writing and shall be deemed given on the date received if delivered personally or five (5) days after the date postmarked if sent by registered or certified U.S. mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid to the addresses set forth in the Purchase Order, or to such other address as the parties may from time to time designate in writing.
  21. ASSIGNMENT. Except as set forth in these Terms and Conditions, Buyer may not assign a Contract or these Terms and Conditions, or any right hereunder, without the prior written consent of Seller.
  22. GOVERNING LAW; VENUEThe Contract shall be governed by the law of the State of North Carolina without reference to its conflicts of law principles, provided, however, that the provisions of the 1980 United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods are excluded in their entirety.  The Parties agree that the State courts of North Carolina shall be and have sole jurisdiction over any disputes which arise under the Contract, and that venue shall be proper and shall lie exclusively in the Superior Court of Forsyth County, North Carolina.  Buyer expressly waives any defense of lack of personal jurisdiction or improper venue to any action brought by Seller in the Superior Court of Forsyth County, North Carolina.

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