1. Relevant conditions
The legal relations between Supplier and an enterprise of the BOGE Rubber & Plastics Group (hereinafter called Buyer) are subject to the following conditions and to any other agreements existing between the contracting partners. Changes and amendments must be made in writing. No other General Terms and Conditions shall apply even if not explicitly rejected in any individual case.
2.1 Supply contracts (order and acceptance) and calls for delivery as well as any changes and amendments thereof must be made in writing. Calls for delivery may also be made by remote data transmission.
2.2 If the Supplier does not accept the order within three weeks of receipt, the Buyer shall be entitled to cancel the order. Calls for delivery shall become binding if the supplier does not submit his rejection within two weeks of the date of receipt.
2.3 The Buyer may require changes to the delivery items regarding design and version to the extent reasonably acceptable by the Supplier. The effects of such changes, especially with regard to cost increases or reductions as well as delivery dates, shall be settled appropriately by mutual agreement.
3.1 Payment shall be made according to the terms individually agreed. Where premature deliveries are accepted, the due date for payment shall be based on the delivery date agreed.
3.2 In the event of a defective delivery, the Buyer shall be entitled to withhold payment in respect of the proportionate value until due performance.
3.3 The Supplier shall not be entitled to assign his claims against the Buyer or to have them collected by third parties, except with the Buyer's prior written consent, which may not be unreasonably withheld. If extended reservation of proprietary rights apply, consent shall be deemed given.
4. Notice of defects
The Buyer shall notify the Supplier without delay in writing of defects in items supplied as soon as such defects are detected in the regular course of business. Provided this condition is complied with, the Supplier shall waive any plea of late notification of defects.
5.1 The contracting partners undertake to treat as business secrets all commercial and technical information not publicly known and which becomes known to them through their business relations.
5.2 Drawings, patterns, templates, samples and the like may not be passed on to or made available to unauthorized third parties and may only be used for the purposes of the respective contract between the Supplier and the Buyer and may not be used for other purposes of the Supplier. Such items may only be reproduced within the limits of operating requirements and copyright regulations.
5.3 Subcontractors must be bound by a corresponding obligation.
5.4 Each contracting partner may use the business relationship for publicity purposes only after written consent from the other partner.
6. Delivery dates and periods
Delivery dates and periods agreed on are binding. Compliance or non-compliance with a delivery date or period shall be judged by the date on which the goods are received by the Buyer. The Supplier shall make the goods available in good time, taking into account the usual periods required for loading and transport.
7. Delayed delivery
7.1 The Supplier shall be liable to indemnify the Buyer for losses suffered as a result of delayed delivery, with the exception of loss of profit and losses arising from interruption of business.
7.2 In cases of slight negligence, indemnity shall be limited to additional freight charges, retrofitting costs and additional expenses incurred through covering purchases after the lapse of a period of grace or if the interest in receiving the items concerned has ceased to exist.
8. Force majeure
Force majeure, labor disputes, public disturbance, action by governmental authorities, or other unforeseeable, unavoidable serious events beyond the control of the contracting partners shall for their duration and to the extent of their effect release the partners from their contractual obligations. This shall also apply if such events occur at a time when the partner affected is already in delay. As far as is reasonable, the contracting partners shall without delay provide each other with the necessary information and shall in good faith adjust their obligations to the changed conditions.
9.1 In respect of his supplies, the Supplier shall comply with the generally accepted technical procedures, safety regulations and the technical details agreed. Modifications to the delivery items require the prior written consent of the Buyer. The procedure for cooperation in the field of quality, such as initial sampling and documentation, is specified in binding form in BIS 1000 (BOGE Internal Standard – Quality Guideline with suppliers for production material).
9.2 The contracting partners shall inform each other of any quality improvement potentials. On request, the buyer shall provide the supplier with information on relevant safety regulations.
9.3 Regarding vehicle components with specific marking in the technical documentation or on the component due to separate agreement, the Supplier shall specify in special records when, how and by whom the delivery item features subject to documentation were inspected, and also the results obtained by the quality tests required. The inspection records must be kept for 15 years and presented to the Buyer on request. To the extent legally permitted, the Supplier shall impose the same obligations on his subcontractors. For guidance, reference is made to the VDA publication "Quality Evidence- Guidelines for the Documentation and Archiving of Quality Requirements", 10/2008.
9.4 If governmental authorities which responsible for vehicle safety, exhaust emission regulations or the like demand inspection of the Buyer's production procedures and inspection records in order to verify certain requirements, the Supplier shall, at the Buyer`s request, agree to grant to such authorities the same rights on his own premises and to give them any reasonable assistance.
10. Environmental protection and Material Compliance
10.1 The Supplier shall comply with the relevant statutory regulations regarding the treatment of employees, environmental protection and occupational safety, and work to reduce, during its activities, harmful effects on humans and the environment. To this end the Supplier shall, within its capabilities, set up and further develop a management system in line with ISO 14001.
10.2 The Supplier undertakes to upload material data sheets for the relevant products in the International Material Data System (IMDS – http://www.mdsysstem.com).
10.3 The Supplier undertakes to comply with the laws applicable to the relevant market in each case regarding chemical substances (e.g. in accordance with Regulation No. 1907/2006 (REACH) and hazardous substances across the entire product life cycle.
10.4 If the goods supplied are chemical substances, mixtures or materials, the Supplier is obliged to provide Safety Data Sheets.
10.5 The Supplier undertakes, in the event that it places electric motors on the market, to comply with the stipulations of the Regulation (EC) No. 640/2009 (Ecodesign requirement for electric motors) and make the corresponding documentation available.
11. Liability for defects
11.1 If defective goods are delivered, the Buyer may make the demands below, provided that the respective legal conditions and those listed below are met and insofar as nothing to the contrary has been agreed on:
11.1.1 Prior to production launch (processing or fitting), the Buyer has to grant the Supplier the opportunity for sorting out as well as remedial action or additional supply (replacement), unless this cannot reasonably be expected from the Buyer. If this cannot be effected by the Supplier or if he does not effect this without undue delay, the Buyer can withdraw from the contract without any respite and also return the goods at the risk of the Supplier. In urgent cases and following coordination with the Supplier, the Buyer may carry out remedial action himself or have it performed by a third party, with the costs incurred being borne by the Supplier. If the same product is repeatedly delivered in faulty condition, the Buyer, following a written complaint and renewed defective delivery, shall be entitled to withdraw from the contract also with regard to the delivery scope not yet fulfilled.
11.1.2 If despite observance of the obligation pursuant to Clause No. 4 (Notice of defects) the defect is only discovered after production launch, the Buyer may demand
a) according to § 439 Sections 1, 3 and 4 BGB (German Civil Code), subsequent performance and restitution of the transport costs (without salvage costs) incurred by subsequent performance as well as the disassembly and assembly costs (labor cost, material cost to the extent agreed on) or
b) abatement of the purchase price.
11.1.3 In the event of a culpable breach of duty beyond the supply of defective goods (e.g. regarding information, counseling or inspection duties), the Buyer may demand compensation for damage caused by a defective product as well as for the compensation paid by the Buyer to his customer for damage caused by a defective product pursuant to the legal provisions, but subject to Clause No. 11. Damage caused by a defective product shall be considered to be any damage incurred by the Buyer on other legally protected rights than the product itself due to the delivery of defective goods. Any further claims for expenses and damage due to the delivery of defective goods pursuant to § 437 BGB (German Civil Code) or other regulations mentioned there shall be enforceable by the Buyer only if agreed on by contract. If new agreements are reached, Clause No. 15.1 is to be considered.
11.2 Upon request and at the expense of the Supplier, the Buyer must make the parts to be replaced available to the Supplier without delay.
11.3 Claims resulting from liability for defects become statute-barred 24 months after first vehicle registration or spare part installation, but not later than 30 months after shipment to the Buyer. Products for commercial vehicles are subject to the statutory period of limitation, unless otherwise agreed.
11.4 Claims due to defects shall not arise if the defect is the result of a violation of operation, maintenance and installation instructions, unsuitable or improper use, faulty or negligent handling and natural wear as well as any tampering with the delivery item on the part of the Buyer or any third party.
11.5 In the event of defective delivery, the Buyer's claims resulting from product liability, wrongful act and action without authority shall remain unaffected by the stipulations in this Clause No. 10. Quality and service life guarantees must be in writing and always explicitly referred to as such.
12.1 Unless these terms and conditions contain a liability regime to the contrary, the Supplier shall be liable only as follows to make compensation for damage suffered by the Buyer directly or indirectly due to defective delivery, infringement of governmental safety regulations or any other cause legally attributable to the supplier.
12.2 A priori, liability for damages exists only if the damage was caused through the Supplier's fault.
12.3 If a claim for liability without fault according to jus strictum regarding a third party is brought against the Buyer, the Supplier shall assume liability on the Buyer's behalf to the extent to which he would himself have been directly liable. Adjustment between the Buyer and the Supplier shall be made according to the principles set forth in § 254 Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch (German Civil Code). The same shall apply if a claim is brought directly against the Supplier.
12.4 Liability shall be excluded insofar as the Buyer has effectively restricted his own liability towards his client. To the extent legally permitted, the Buyer shall endeavor to stipulate liability limitations to the Supplier's benefit as well.
12.5 Claims made by the Buyer shall be excluded if the damage was caused through violation of operating, maintenance or installation instructions, unsuitable or improper use, incorrect or negligent treatment, normal wear or faulty repair attributable to the Buyer.
12.6 To the extent legally bound, the Supplier shall be liable for measures taken by the Buyer to prevent damage (e. g. recall campaigns).
12.7 If the Buyer intends to bring a claim against the Supplier on the basis of the above provisions, he shall without delay and comprehensively inform and consult the Supplier. He must give the Supplier the opportunity to investigate the claim. The contracting partners shall jointly decide on the action to be taken, in particular in the event of conciliation procedures.
12.8 The principles set forth in 7.1 shall apply insofar as the Supplier is inadequately or not insured.
13. Proprietary rights
13.1 Contract-conforming use of the delivery items provided, the Supplier shall be liable for claims resulting from infringements of proprietary rights held or applied for (industrial property rights), of which at least one is published in the Supplier's country, by the European Patent Office, or in the Federal Republic of Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Austria or the USA.
13.2 He shall release the Buyer and the Buyer's clients from all claims arising out of the use of such proprietary rights.
13.3 This shall not apply if the Supplier manufactured the goods in accordance with drawings, models or other equivalent descriptions or information provided by the Buyer and regarding the goods developed by him is not aware or need not be aware that proprietary rights are infringed by such manufacture.
13.4 Insofar as the Supplier is not liable pursuant to Clause 12.1.3, the Buyer shall release him from all third-party claims.
13.5 The contracting partners undertake to inform each other immediately of risks of infringement and alleged infringements of which they become aware, and to give each.
13.6 At the Buyer`s request, the Supplier shall inform the Buyer of any use of published or unpublished, owned or licensed, proprietary rights applications relating to the delivery item.
13.7 The principles governing the limitation of liability set forth in Clause 7.1 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
14. Use of means of production and confidential information provided by the Buyer
Patterns, molds, templates, samples, tools and other manufacturing equipment as well as confidential information made available to the Supplier by the Buyer, or for which the Buyer has borne a significant part of the cost, may only be used for the performance of the relevant contract with the Buyer, and may not be used for the Supplier's own purposes or for supplies to third parties without the prior written consent of the Buyer.
15. Reservation of ownership
The Supplier retains title in all goods supplied by him until paid for in full, with all shipments deemed part of a connected supply transaction. For open accounts, the retained title shall be security for the balance owing to the Supplier. If the goods are combined by the Buyer with other items to form a single product, and if such a product is to be considered the main product, the Buyer shall be obliged to assign to the Supplier proportionate title therein, insofar as the main product is the Buyer's property. If the Buyer resells the goods supplied as specified, he shall thereby assign to the Supplier all claims and associated rights against his clients arising out of the sale until all the Supplier's claims are paid in full. If requested by the supplier for compelling reasons, the Buyer shall notify third-party purchasers of such assignment, and shall provide the Supplier with such information and documents he requires to assert his rights. If the value of the security held by the Buyer exceeds the Buyer's claims against the Supplier by more than 20 %, the Supplier shall release the excess amount of the security.
16. Export control and customs
16.1 The Supplier is obliged to inform us in its business documents about any authorization requirements or restrictions with (re-)exports of its goods in accordance with German, European, US export and customs regulations and the export and customs regulations of the country of origin of its goods and, for goods subject to authorization requirements, to provide the following information in good time prior to the first delivery:
BOGE material number,
All applicable export list numbers including the Export Control Classification Number as per the U.S. Commerce Control List (ECCN),
Commercial origin of the goods,
Commodity code (HS code),
A contact person at its company for the clarification of any queries.
16.2 The Supplier is obliged to inform the Buyer immediately about any changes to the authorization requirements of the goods it supplies to the Buyer due to technical or legal changes or official declarations.
17.1 The Supplier undertakes, within the business relationship with the Buyer, not to offer, confer, demand or accept advantages, be this in the course of trade or in dealings with public officials, that infringe valid anti-corruption regulations.
17.2 The Supplier undertakes, within the business relationship with the Buyer, not to conclude any agreements or enter into concerted practices with other companies which intend or bring about a hindrance, restriction or distortion of the competition in line with the valid antitrust law regulations.
17.3 The Supplier assures that it will comply with the relevant applicable laws governing the general minimum wage and bind by a corresponding obligation subsuppliers that it has commissioned. On request the Supplier shall provide proof that it has adhered to the above assurance. In the event of failing to adhere to the above assurance, the Supplier shall release the Buyer from claims by third parties and is obliged to reimburse us for any fines imposed on us in this connection.
17.4 In addition, the Supplier shall observe the principles of the UN Global Compact Initiative which essentially concern the protection of international human rights, the abolition of forced and child labor, the elimination of discrimination when staff are engaged and employed, and responsibility for the environment (www.unglobalcompact.org).
17.5 If there is a suspected infringement of the obligations from Clauses 16.1 to 16.4, the Supplier must clear up possible infringements immediately and inform the Buyer about the measures that have been implemented to clear up the issue. If the suspicion proves founded, the Supplier must inform the Buyer within an appropriate period as to what internal company measures it has taken to prevent future infringements. If the Supplier does not fulfil these obligations within an appropriate period, the Buyer reserves the right to withdraw from the contracts with it or to terminate these with immediate effect.
17.6 In the event of gross infringements of the law by the Supplier and in the event of infringements of the provisions in Clauses 16.1 to 16.4, the Buyer reserves the right to withdraw from existing contracts or to terminate these without notice.
18. General conditions
18.1 When determining the amount of damages to be paid by the Supplier pursuant to Clauses No. 7, 10, 11 and 12, the Supplier's economic situation, type, extent and duration of the business relation, any causative or default contribution on the part of the Buyer pursuant to § 254 BGB (German Civil Code) and any particularly unfavorable installation situation must be appropriately considered in favor of the Supplier. Above all, damages, costs and expenses to be borne by the Supplier must be reasonably proportionate to the value of the delivery item.
18.2 If a contracting partner discontinues payments or a petition in bankruptcy or a composition proceeding is filed, then the other partner shall be entitled to cancel the contract regarding the part not yet fulfilled.
18.3 Should any of the provisions of these conditions or of other terms agreed be or become void, the validity of the remaining parts of these conditions shall not be affected. The contracting partners undertake to replace any void provision with another provision permitting as closely as possible the same economic success.
18.4 Unless agreed otherwise, the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany shall apply exclusively. Application of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods is excluded.
18.5 Place of performance shall be the registered office of the Buyer. Another location may be agreed for delivery.
18.6 Place of jurisdiction shall be the plaintiffs registered office or another competent court.
18.7 Where there are discrepancies between the German and English languages, the German language prevails.
Code of Conduct
for Business Partners
Dear Business Partners,
Proper, responsible and sustainable business management and the assumption of corporate social responsibility are fundamental components of our corporate policy. Compliance is thus an essential element of ensuring long-term success. Since its foundation, BOGE Rubber & Plastics has been committed to fair and transparent business management and always bases its activities on applicable law and jurisdiction in the countries in which it operates.
Our Code of Conduct, our corporate guidelines, and our principles of social responsibility are binding expressions of the central corporate values of BOGE Rubber & Plastics. These include our commitment to sustainable development as well as our adoption of basic principles in the fields of human rights and working conditions, quality and environmental management, health and safety of employees, fair market behavior and combating corruption.
We also observe the ILO (International Labor Organization) core labor standards, the contents of the German Corporate Governance Code, and the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises. This clearly underlines the depth of our voluntary commitment and drive to implement these standards.
We expect the same fundamental understanding of these standards from our business partners. In this respect, our Code of Conduct sets even higher standards than the legal requirements. For BOGE Rubber & Plastics, mutual trust and compliance with the contents of this Code of Conduct are therefore indispensable elements of a successful relationship with our business partners.
Damme, Juli 2018
BOGE Elastmetall GmbH
Dr. Torsten Bremer
In this Code of Conduct, the requirements and the fundamental principles of collaboration with the business partners of BOGE Rubber & Plastics are stipulated.
Business partners are all individuals and legal entities from whom BOGE Rubber & Plastics procures goods and/or services or to whom BOGE Rubber & Plastics provides goods and services. This excludes employees and goods. Business partners can be big suppliers, customers, commercial agents, representatives, intermediaries, consultants and other providers of goods and services.
BOGE Rubber & Plastics expects all its business partners to:
• Conduct their transactions with integrity and fairness in compliance with the applicable law. Accept and implement the principles contained in this Code of Conduct.
• Ensure that their business partners adhere to the principles of our Code of Conduct.
• Assist in making available information essential for BOGE Rubber & Plastics to adopt and execute a business relationship that is founded on partnership.
Rights and Responsibilities
Laws and Human Rights
Business partners undertake to adhere to the national and international applicable laws and regulations at their locations worldwide.
They ensure that human rights are preserved and, in particular, that human dignity is safe guarded.
Business partners do not tolerate any discrimination on the grounds of race, gender, faith, age, nationality, social or ethnic origin, disability, ideology, sexual orientation and/or political and/or trade union activities.
BOGE Rubber & Plastics rejects any form of slavery and/or forced labor, child labor is engaged in their abolishment, and expects its business partners to act likewise.
Business partners must observe the minimum age for employment stipulated in national legislation.
Business partners must respect the freedom of association and the right to form interest groups.
They thus grant their employees the right to represent their interests within national laws and regulations.
BOGE Rubber & Plastics requires its business partners to be aware of their social responsibility towards their employees and to ensure fair and appropriate remuneration and working times.
Business partners support the continuous training of employees to guarantee a high level of performance.
Responsible Raw Material Procurement
Business partners support all efforts to ensure the responsible procurement of resources. They advocate a carefully considered allocation of resources to avoid the procurement and utilization of raw materials that have been attained unlawfully or by ethically objectionable or unacceptable means (conflict minerals).
To exclude such procurements and to identify potential conflict minerals in the products along the supply chain, business partners are obliged to take measures that disclose the origin or source of their resources.
Fair and Free Market Behavior
BOGE Rubber & Plastics supports without reservations the principles of free and fair competition as an elementary component of the market economy. BOGE expects the same of its business partners.
Business partners undertake to observe the relevant statutory provisions concerning anti-monopoly and competition law. In particular, they do not participate in price-fixing and/or the coordination of market activities between competitors. Similarly, business partners do not exchange sensitive information with their competitors.
In their global business activities, business partners observe all applicable international trade regulations. They ensure adherence to the laws applicable to the import and export of goods and services and comply with applicable economic embargos. As part of the supply chain, BOGE Rubber & Plastics expects to be
informed by its suppliers of export restrictions and classifications.
Ban on Corruption
Corruption is banned by international conventions and national laws. BOGE Rubber & Plastics does not tolerate any form of bribery among employees or business partners or any business practices that could create the impression of improper manipulation or influence.
Within the framework of their relations with BOGE Rubber & Plastics, business partners undertake neither to offer third parties advantages of any kind directly or indirectly, nor to obtain advantages or promises of
advantages directly or indirectly for themselves or for others that represents an illegal act according to applicable anticorruption legislation.
BOGE Rubber & Plastics expects its business partners not to tolerate any form of unlawful gratuity, particularly in business dealings with public officials and authorities in Germany and abroad. Business partners also undertake to ensure their employees act and proceed with integrity.
Business partners must also reject facilitation payments (i.e. payments to public officials not required by law for the purpose of inducing the public official to accelerate or carry out an official act to which a right principally exists).
BOGE Rubber & Plastics undertakes to assist in the international battle against money laundering and adopts applicable measures to comply with the relevant provisions. BOGE Rubber & Plastics expects the same of its business partners.
Conflicts of Interest
Transparency in all business processes is extremely important to business partners.
BOGE Rubber & Plastics expects its business partners to make decisions based solely on factual considerations and to avoid in particular those personal or familial conflicts of interest that could lead to irrelevant considerations.
Business partners undertake to avoid even creating the impression of any non-business like conduct.
Gifts, Invitations and other Gratuities
When it comes to gratuities in the form of gifts or invitations, business partners strictly ensure that no appearance of dishonesty or incorrect behavior can arise, in particular in connection with their activities for BOGE Rubber & Plastics.
Business partners tolerate neither the acceptance nor the offer of gratuities that are extended in expectation of an unlawful return service or advantage that could raise doubts about their integrity or that could appear to influence business decisions.
Donations and Sponsoring
In the allocation of donations, business partners follow the principle of altruistic action. Their donations are solely voluntary and in accordance with the applicable legislation. Business partners sponsor individuals, groups and organizations without any intention of gaining unfair business advantages.
Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental Protection
Occupational Health and Safety
Business partners promote the health and safety of their employees through appropriate provisions such as preventive occupational health and safety measures and a healthy and safe working environment.
Business partners are committed to sustainable, responsible and considerate handling of resources and raw materials.
In manufacturing products and executing procedures, they ensure an efficient deployment of energy and resources and adhere to the applicable environmental standards. They require their employees to minimize environmental endangerment while performing their work and to support a sensible handling of resources.
Handling of Information
The confidential handling of information is an essential aspect for our business relationship.
To ensure that confidential and personal information is protected, business partners must keep such information in a secure manner and protect it from unauthorized access by third parties. Business partners may only use information for authorized purposes and in an appropriate manner.
Notices and Reports
BOGE Rubber & Plastics expects its business partners to report indications of possible criminal offenses, wrongdoings and special risks that could impact BOGE Rubber & Plastics.
Neither BOGE Rubber & Plastics nor its business partners tolerate any form of discrimination of persons on the grounds of such indications to BOGE Rubber & Plastics or its business partners.
BOGE Rubber & Plastics places great importance on a trustful collaboration with its business partners.
Also we require selected suppliers to perform self-assessment on the basis of the Supplier Self-Assessment Sustainability. In addition, BOGE Rubber & Plastics conducts a risk-based examination for its business partners to identify possible risks of compliance and integrity (Business Partner Compliance Due Diligence).
BOGE Rubber & Plastics reserves the right to scrutinize the business relationship with the business partner in case of nonconformance with this Code of Conduct. In this regard BOGE Rubber & Plastics acts pursuant to the principle of proportionality, which means that in each case BOGE Rubber & Plastics carefully examines which consequences are appropriate, suitable and necessary. This can lead e.g. to immediate termination of the business relationship as well as to enforcement of compensation claims.
All business partners have the option of directly contacting the Department Legal/Compliance at any time.
BOGE Rubber & Plastics
Shaping the Future Responsibly
Our enthusiasm for innovative products and processes and our uncompromising pursuit of quality have made us a global leader in NVH-solutions (noise, vibration, harshness) as well as in plastic components and modules for the automotive industry. We are contributing towards a sustainable future by producing advanced technology solutions with the goal of improving mobility, increasing the efficiency of our products and systems and conserving resources.
Our customers in the automotive and industrial sectors welcome our determined focus on products and services, which provide great customer value. Improvements in energy efficiency, cost-effectiveness, dynamics, safety and comfort are keys to our work. At the same time, we are aiming for continuous improvement in our business processes and the services we provide. As a globally active company, we react quickly and flexibly to changing regional market demands with the goal of always providing a competitive price/performance ratio.
Our independence and financial security form the basis of our long-term business success.
We continuously invest in new products, technologies and markets and thus secure the future of our company in the interest of our customers, market partners, employees and the owners of BOGE Rubber & Plastics.
Our managerial decisions are founded on our values and expertise.
They form the basis of our doing and thinking. At BOGE Rubber & Plastics we ensure that locally applicable laws and regulations are adhered to, wherever we operate. Within the framework of our activities we also aim to act responsibly towards society and the environment.
For our employees we aim to be a fair and reliable employer, focusing on the development of our employees.
We value the varied cultural backgrounds of our employees, their competencies, diligence
and motivation. Their goal-oriented dedication to BOGE Rubber & Plastics shapes our company culture and is the key to our success.
BOGE Elastmetall GmbH
Phone: +49 5491 91-0