Industrial Sales & Mfg., Inc.
2609 West 12th Street
Erie, PA 16505
Phone: 814/833-9876

1. Contract Formation.
This purchase order is an offer to purchase goods and/or services from the Seller by Industrial Sales & Manufacturing, Inc. (“Buyer”). This purchase order
does not constitute an acceptance by Buyer of any offer, any quotation, or any proposal from Seller. Buyer shall not be bound by this purchase order until
Seller executes and returns to Buyer the acknowledgment copy of this purchase order which shall constitute acceptance of the offer set forth in this purchase
order. Seller shall be bound by this purchase order when: (1) Seller executes and returns the acknowledgment copy of this purchase order; (2) Seller otherwise
communicates to Buyer in writing its acceptance of this purchase order; or (3) Seller delivers to Buyer any of the goods, or renders to Buyer any of the services,
identified in this purchase order. This purchase order expressly limits acceptance to the terms and conditions stated herein, and any additional or different
terms proposed by the Seller are rejected unless expressly assented to in writing by Buyer. Buyer expressly objects to any terms contained in any of Seller’s
documents which are different from, or additional to, the terms of this purchase order. Buyer’s execution of any document issued by Seller shall constitute only
an acknowledgment of the receipt thereof, and shall not be construed as an acceptance of any of the terms therein. No contract shall exist between Buyer
and Seller except as provided in this purchase order.

2. Entire Agreement.
The parties agree that this purchase order, including the terms and conditions on the face and reverse side hereof, together with any documents attached
hereto or incorporated herein by reference, contain the complete and final contract (the “Contract”) between Buyer and Seller. This purchase order supersedes
all prior understandings, agreements and negotiations between the Buyer and Seller with respect to the subject matter hereof.

3. Amendments.
The Contract may not be amended or otherwise modified except by a writing which is executed by Buyer. Any acknowledgment form or other document of
Seller containing terms and conditions shall not have the effect of modifying the terms and conditions of this purchase order, even if signed by Buyer, and
such documents are hereby specifically rejected. Buyer shall consider a request by Seller for an amendment only if such reques t is in writing and is directed
to specific paragraphs in this purchase order. No such amendment shall be binding upon Buyer unless specifically accepted in writing by Buyer.

4. Change Orders.
The Buyer reserves the right to make, at any time, written change orders with respect to any one or more of the following: (1) specifications, drawings, and
data incorporated into the Contract; (2) methods of shipment or packing; (3) place of delivery; (4) time of delivery; (5) manner of delivery; and (6) quantities. If
any such change order causes an increase or decrease in the cost of, or the time required for, performance of the Contract, an equitable adjustment shall be
made in the contract price or delivery schedule, or both. Any claim by Seller for an adjustment under this Paragraph 4 must be approved by the Buyer in writing
before the Seller proceeds in accordance with such change order. If Seller proceeds in accordance with the change order without having first obtained Buyer’s
written consent to an adjustment, Seller shall be deemed to have waived any claim for an adjustment and Buyer shall not be obligated to make or honor any
adjustment relating to the change order in question.

5. Price.
(a) Prices stated in this purchase order shall apply to all deliveries to be made or services to be rendered hereunder. Buyer shall have no obligation to pay
invoices for goods or services at any increased price unless such increased price shall have been consented to in writing by the Buyer. The price set forth in
this purchase order is the entire price for the goods and/or services in question. Unless specifically otherwise set forth in this purchase order, such price
includes all shipping, postage, handling, packaging, containers, drayage and any other materials or services provided in connection with the performance of
the Contract by Seller. Except as is otherwise provided in this purchase order, Buyer shall not be obligated to pay any fees or charges of any nature whatsoever,
including but not limited to surcharges relating to freight, energy, material, or packaging, which are in addition to the purchase price.

(b) Except as is otherwise provided in this purchase order, the purchase price includes all applicable federal, state and local taxes, including (without limitation)
sales taxes. Seller shall be solely responsible for the payment of any such taxes.

(c) If a price discount is applicable for prompt payment, the discount period shall begin on the later of: (1) the date of Buyer’s receipt of the Seller’s invoice;
or (2) the date of the Buyer’s receipt of the goods and/or services which are the subject of the purchase order.

6. Payment.
Unless otherwise provided in this purchase order, payment shall not be due until sixty (60) days following submission of an invoice which contains the Buyer’s
purchase order number and in the case of goods, delivery and acceptance of the goods; or in the case of services, complete performance of the services.

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7. Delivery.
(a) Time of delivery and time of performance by the Seller is of the essence. Unless otherwise specified in this purchase order, delivery of all goods shall be
DDP Buyer’s facility in Erie, Pennsylvania (Incoterms 2010). Seller shall be responsible for arranging transportation of the goods and the insuring of the
goods while in transit and prior to acceptance of the goods by Buyer. Seller shall be solely responsible for the cost of suc h transportation and insurance. If
the delivery of the goods is not made at the times specified in this purchase order, or the rendering of services is not comp leted at the times specified in this
purchase order, Buyer reserves the right, without liability, and in addition to its other rights and remedies, to take either or both of the following actions: (1) direct
expedited routings of the goods (the difference in cost between the expedited routing and the purchase order routing shall be paid by Seller); and/or
(2) terminate the Contract as provided in Paragraph 15, below. If Buyer terminates the Contract, Buyer may, at its option, purchase substitute goods or services
elsewhere and charge the Seller with any losses and expenses incurred by Buyer in connection therewith. Buyer reserves the right to refuse delivery of goods
which is made in advance of the delivery date specified herein and to return such goods to Seller at Seller’s expense. If Buyer accepts early delivery, invoice
payment terms will be calculated from the date of scheduled delivery. Buyer will have no liability for payment for goods delivered to Buyer which are in excess
of quantities specified in the Contract and the applicable delivery schedules. Such goods shall be subject to rejection and return at Seller’s expense, including
(but not limited to) transportation charges both ways. The foregoing remedies are in addition to, and not in lieu of or in limitation of, any other rights and/or
remedies Buyer may have under applicable law or under the terms of the Contract. Acceptance by Buyer of all or part of the goods shall not constitute a
waiver by Buyer of its claims arising from delays in delivery.

(b) Whenever Seller has knowledge that any actual or potential occurrence is delaying or threatens to delay the timely performance of this purchase order,
Seller shall immediately give notice thereof to Buyer, including all relevant information with respect thereto. Delivery delays caused by such occurrence shall
be governed by this Paragraph 7.

8. Inspection and Acceptance of Goods.
(a) Except as is otherwise provided in this purchase order, final inspection and acceptance of goods shall be made as promptly as practical after delivery.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the failure of Buyer to promptly inspect and accept or reject goods, or to detect defects by inspection, shall not: (1) relieve Seller
of any liability for the failure of the goods to conform to the requirements of the Contract; and (2) result in the imposition of any liability whatsoever upon Buyer.

(b) In the event that any goods are defective in design, materials or workmanship, or otherwise not in conformity with the requirements of the Contract, Buyer
shall have the right to: (1) reject the goods and, in accordance with Paragraph 15, below, terminate the Contract for default as to the rejected goods; (2) reject
the goods and require correction by the Seller; (3) reject the goods and return the goods to Seller at Seller’s expense; (4) impose and debit against Buyer’s
account an administrative charge for each rejection processed; (5) accept the goods and deduct from the amount due Seller the cost of remedying the defects;
and/or (6) accept the goods and deduct from the amount due the Seller the greater of (i) any damages incurred by Buyer as a result of the defect or
non-conformity in question, or (ii) the difference in value of the goods as delivered and the purchase price under the Contract. If Buyer elects to reject the
goods and require their correction, Seller shall at no expense to Buyer promptly correct or replace them with goods conforming to the requirements of the
Contract in accordance with Buyer’s instructions. If Seller fails to do so promptly Buyer may either: (1) replace or correct such goods and charge Seller the
costs incurred to do so; or (2) terminate the Contract for default in accordance with Paragraph 15, below.

(c) Acceptance of all or part of the goods shall not be deemed to be a waiver of Buyer’s right to revoke acceptance, to reject the goods, and to return all or
any portion of the goods because of a failure of the goods to conform to the requirements of the Contract (including, but not limited to, any breach of warranty).

(d) Seller shall be solely responsible for the cost of returning any rejected goods to the Seller, including (but not limited to) handling and transportation

(e) Buyer is not obligated to accept partial deliveries or excess deliveries. Buyer reserves, and shall at all times have, the right to return quantities of goods
delivered in excess of 5% greater than of the original purchase order quantity.

(f) Buyer shall not be liable for failure to accept any part of the goods, if such failure is the result of any cause beyond the control of Buyer. Such causes
include (but are not limited to): (1) fires; (2) floods; (3) Acts of God; (4) strikes; (5) differences with employees; (6) casualties; (7) delays in transportation;
(8) shortages of transport; (9) inability to obtain necessary materials or machinery; and/or (10) total or partial shutdown of Buyer’s plant for any cause.

(g) Payment for any goods shall not constitute acceptance of the goods.

(h) The remedies of the Buyer which are set forth in this Paragraph 8 are in addition to, and not in lieu of or in limitation of, any other rights and/or remedies
which Buyer may have under applicable law or under the terms of the Contract.

(i) Seller must provide Buyer with a Certificate of Conformance (C of C) with each shipment for any material or special process provided by the Seller, when
required by PO.

9. Title and Risk of Loss.
Unless otherwise provided in this purchase order, title and risk of loss with respect to goods to be furnished pursuant to this Contract shall remain with Seller
until actual delivery of the goods to, and acceptance thereof by, the Buyer, at which time title and risk of loss will pass to Buyer.

10. Seller’s Warranties.
Seller warrants that it shall have good and marketable title to all goods furnished pursuant to the
Contract and those such goods shall be delivered to Buyer free and clear from all liens and encumbrances. Seller further warrants that all goods delivered to
Buyer do not infringe on any patent, copyright, or other intellectual property right of any third party. Seller further warrants that all goods furnished pursuant
to the Contract shall be free from defects in material and workmanship and shall be in conformity with the requirements of the Contract. Seller further warrants
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that such goods shall be merchantable and fit for the purpose for which they are purchased and shall be free from defects in design. Buyer’s approval of
Seller’s design shall not be construed to relieve Seller of this warranty. Seller agrees that the warranties set forth in this Paragraph 10 shall survive acceptance
of the goods. Said warranties shall be in addition to, and not in limitation or replacement of: (1) any warranties of additional scope given by Seller to Buyer,
which warranties of additional scope are incorporated by reference in the Contract; and (2) any warranties which may exist as a matter of law. None of the
warranties set forth in this Paragraph 10 and no other implied or express warranties shall be deemed disclaimed, limited or excluded unless evidenced by an
amendment to the Contract executed by the Buyer in accordance with the provisions of Paragraph 3, above. In the event of a breach of any of the foregoing
warranties, Buyer shall have such remedies as are provided under this Contract and as are provided by law. Any remedies specified in the Contract for a
breach of warranty shall be in addition to, and shall not be in lieu of or otherwise limit, any remedy which Buyer may have u nder applicable law, including
(without limitation) claims for damages.

11. Confidentiality of Information.
(a) All information disclosed by Buyer to Seller in connection with the negotiation, execution and performance of the Contract (the “Confidential Information”)
shall be considered confidential to Buyer. Confidential Information includes, but is not limited to: (1) technical information (including, but not limited to, designs,
blueprints, specifications and engineering data); and (2) business information relating to Buyer (including, but not limited to, the existence, terms and conditions
of the Contract, the intended use of the goods and services covered by the Contract, the business plans of the Buyer, information relating to customers of the
Buyer, and so forth). Seller shall: (1) hold all Confidential Information in strict confidence; (2) take all necessary and appropriate precautions to maintain the
confidentiality of the Confidential Information; and (3) use the Confidential Information solely for the purpose of fulfilling Seller’s obligations under the Contract.
Seller shall require its employees, agents, representatives and subcontractors to maintain the confidentiality of the Confidential Information. Seller shall be
liable to Buyer for any breach of such obligations by Seller’s employees, agents, representatives and subcontractors.

(b) Unless otherwise agreed by the Seller and Buyer in writing, any information which the Seller has disclosed or may hereafter disclose to the Buyer in
connection with the negotiation, execution and performance of the Contract shall not be deemed to be confidential or proprietary information to Seller and
Buyer may use such information without restriction.

12. Indemnifications.
Seller agrees to defend, indemnify and save harmless Buyer, its officers, agents, successors, assigns and customers against all claims, demands, damages,
costs, expenses, attorneys’ fees or liability of any kind which arise from, or are related in any way to: (1) the actual or alleged infringement of any trade name,
trademark, copyright or patent, or the misappropriation of any trade secrets or confidential information arising in connection with the possession, sale or use
of the goods delivered, or services rendered, to Buyer under the Contract; (2) injuries or damages to any person or property arising from the performance of
services for Buyer, if the Contract calls for the performance of such services; (3) the performance of the Contract by Buyer or any agent or subcontractor of
Buyer; and/ or (4) the claims of third parties relating to or arising in connection with services performed and/or the goods delivered under the Contract. Seller
further agrees, upon receipt of notification from Buyer, to promptly assume full responsibility for the defense of any and all such claims, suits, actions or
proceedings for which Seller is obligated to provide indemnification under this Paragraph 12.

13. Insurance.
Material/Product Supply. Seller agrees to obtain and keep in effect, with an insurance company reasonably acceptable to the Buyer, commercial general
liability insurance with broad form coverage including product liability, completed operations, and blanket contractual coverage including the liabilities the Seller
assumes hereunder with a per occurrence and annual aggregate limit of not less than $5,000,000, and if required by Buyer naming Buyer as an additional
insured and providing a waiver of subrogation by the Insurer in favor of the Buyer. Seller shall provide Buyer with insurance certificates evidencing such
insurance, which certificates shall provide that such coverages may not be materially changed or canceled without 30 days prior written notice to Buyer. The
above liability limits can be met through the use of primary and/or excess insurance.

Performance of Labor. If this purchase order includes the performance of any labor for any work at the premises of Buyer, the Seller agrees, (a) that such
labor will be performed in a good and workmanlike manner in exact accordance with this purchase order or any drawings, specifications or other data forming a
part hereof; (b) to procure, at its own expense and keep in full force and effect worker’s compensation insurance as required by any state in which the work is
to be performed, and employers liability or stop gap employers liability insurance with limits of $1,000,000, and at the Buyers request to have listed on such
workers compensation and employers liability insurance the Buyer as an alternate employer; (c) to procure and maintain automobile liability with minimum
limits of $2M combined single limit (d) to procure and maintain insurance for ongoing and completed operations insurance coverage for bodily injury and
property damage including resulting loss of use and blanket contractual coverage, with minimum limits of at least $5M annual per occurrence and in aggregate,
and name the Buyer as an additional insured for both on-going and completed operations insurance, and provide for a waiver of subrogation in favor of Buyer
by the insurer, (e) to procure and maintain personal and advertising injury insurance with minimum limits of at least $5M annually per occurrence and in
aggregate (f) if requested by the Buyer additional insurance to support the obligations of the Seller that may be specific to the labor including but not limited to
professional insurance or environmental liability insurance. Seller shall provide Buyer with insurance certificates evidencing such insurance, which certificates
shall provide that such coverages may not be materially changed or canceled without 30 days prior written notice to Buyer. The above liability limits can be
met through the use of primary and/or excess insurance.

If any labor or service does not involve work on Buyer’s premises then the insurance for workers compensation in above section (b) and auto insurance in above
section (c) will not apply.

Compliance by Seller with the foregoing insurance requirements shall not affect or limit Seller’s obligations to indemnify Buyer under Paragraph 12, above.

14. Termination by Buyer for Convenience.
Buyer may, for the convenience of Buyer and at Buyer’s sole option and discretion, terminate the Contract, in whole or in part, by written notice of termination.
Upon receipt of such notice, Seller shall terminate, pursuant to the notice, the work started under the Contract. Seller will promptly advise Buyer of: (1) the
quantities of work in process and material on hand or purchased specifically for the Contract prior to termination; and (2) the most favorable disposition that
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Seller can make thereof. Seller shall comply with Buyer’s instructions regarding disposition of such work and material. Unless otherwise directed by Buyer,
finished work shall be delivered to Buyer by Seller in accordance with the terms of the Contract. Within thirty (30) days after receipt of the notice of termination,
Seller shall submit its claims, if any, relating to the termination. Buyer shall have the right to verify such claims at any reasonable time by inspecting and
auditing the records, facilities, work or materials of Seller relating to the Contract. In the event of a timely claim, Buyer shall pay Seller: (1) the purchase order
price, pro rata, for finished work; and (2) the cost to Seller (excluding profit, overhead or losses) of work in process and raw material, based on any audit Buyer
may conduct and generally accepted accounting principles. Such amount shall be reduced by the following: (1) the reasonable value or cost (whichever is
higher) of any items used or sold by Seller without Buyer’s consent; (2) the value of any defective, damaged or destroyed work or material; and (3) the amount
received, or which may reasonably be expected to be received, by Seller for usable and/or saleable raw materials or work in process which can be used or
disposed of by Seller in a commercially reasonable manner in mitigation of its claim. Buyer shall make no payment for finished work, work in process or raw
material fabricated or procured by Seller in excess of Buyer’s written releases. Payment as provided under this Paragraph 14 shall constitute Buyer’s only
liability in the event the Contract is terminated under this Paragraph 14. Seller’s acceptance of such payment shall constitute acknowledgment that Buyer has
fully discharged such liability. In no event shall Buyer be responsible for any lost profits, loss of use of capital, or any other form of direct, indirect, incidental or
consequential damages with respect to any termination of the Contract pursuant to this Paragraph 14. Except as otherwise provided in Paragraph 15, below,
the provisions of this Paragraph 14 shall not apply to any termination by Buyer for default by Seller or for any other cause allowed by law or under the Contract.

15. Termination for Default.
Buyer may terminate for default all or any part of the undelivered portion of the Contract if Seller: (1) does not make timely delivery of conforming goods as
specified in the Contract; (2) materially breaches any of the terms and conditions of the Contract; or (3) so fails to make timely progress as to make it unlikely
that Seller will be able to perform under the Contract. In addition, Buyer may terminate the Contract if any of the following events occur: (1) insolvency of Seller;
(2) appointment of a receiver or trustee for Seller; or (3) execution by Seller of an assignment for the benefit of creditors. The exercise by Buyer of the right of
termination hereunder shall not result in any liability to Buyer nor have the effect of waiving any remedies or damages to which Buyer might otherwise be
entitled. The remedies set forth in this Paragraph 15 are in addition to, and not in lieu of or in limitation of, any other rights and/or remedies Buyer may have
under applicable law or under the terms of the Contract. In the event that a court of competent jurisdiction should determine that Buyer wrongfully terminated
the Contract for default by the Seller, such termination shall be deemed to be a termination for convenience by Buyer pursuant to Paragraph 14, above, and
the liability of Buyer therefor shall be limited as provided in Paragraph 14, above.

16. Compliance with Applicable Laws.
Seller agrees that, in the performance of the Contract, it will comply with all applicable laws, regulations and orders of the United States or of any state or
political subdivision. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Seller agrees that it will include the following statement on all invoices: “Seller represents
that, with respect to the production of the goods covered by this invoice, it has fully complied with all provisions of the F air Labor Standards Act of 1938, as
amended.” The Seller further agrees that the representations and provisions required by Section 202 of Executive Order No. 11246 of September 24, 1965,
as to nondiscrimination in employment, are hereby incorporated in, and made a part of the Contract, by reference.

Buyer will not accept any product or service from Seller that employ or utilize child labor or forced labor in any manner. The term “child” refers to any person
under the age of 15. Forced, bonded (including debt bondage) or indentured labor, involuntary prison labor, slavery or trafficking of persons shall not be
used. 10. Seller must not procure any goods from entities as provided in the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act of 2021 that mine, produce or
manufacture wholly or in part any goods, wares, articles and merchandise with forced labor. Seller must be able to demonstrate compliance with applicable
human trafficking and slavery laws, regulations and standards at the request and satisfaction of Buyer.

Buyer will not accept any material or product from Seller that is not in compliance with current REACH, RoHS and Conflict Minerals requirements, unless
Seller has received prior written approval from Buyer.

17. No Waiver.
No waiver of any right of the Buyer under the Contract or under law shall be effective unless executed in writing by Buyer. Buyer’s failure or delay in enforcing
strict compliance with any provision of the Contract shall not be construed as a waiver of such provision or right. The obligations of Seller with respect to any
such provision or right shall continue in full force and effect, and may subsequently be enforced by Buyer at any time.

18. Performance by Seller.
This purchase order is issued to Seller in reliance upon Seller’s personal performance, and Seller agrees not to assign the Contract or to delegate the
performance of its duties without the prior written consent of Buyer. Any such assignment or delegation which is attempted without the prior written consent of
Buyer shall be void, and shall constitute a material breach of the Seller’s obligations under the Contract.

19. Work On Buyer’s Premises.
If Seller’s work under the Contract involves performance of work by Seller on the premises of Buyer, Seller shall take all necessary precautions to prevent:
(1) the occurrence of any personal injury, including (without limitation) injury to employees of Buyer or Seller or to third parties; and (2) property damage. The
Seller shall defend and indemnify Buyer against all claims which arise out of, or in any way relate to, any alleged act or omission of the Seller, its agents,
employees, or subcontractors in the performance of such work. Seller shall maintain such worker’s compensation, public liability and property damage
insurance and employer’s liability and comprehensive insurance as is reasonably necessary to protect Buyer from risk and from any claims. Upon the request
of Buyer, Seller shall cause Buyer to be named as an additional insured under such insurance policies. The provisions of this Paragraph 19 are in addition to,
and not in lieu of, the provisions of Paragraphs 12 and 13, above.

20. Buyer’s Property.
Unless otherwise agreed by the Buyer and the Seller in writing, the following items (collectively, the ‘Buyer’s Property’) shall be, and shall remain, the personal
property of the Buyer: (1) all tools, equipment, patterns, fixtures, drawings or materials of every description furnished to Seller by Buyer or specifically paid for
by Buyer, and any replacements thereof; (2) all “Special Tooling” as defined below, and any replacements thereof; (3) all copyrights in all plans and/or drawings
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furnished to Seller by Buyer; and (4) all trade secrets, intellectual property and other proprietary rights encompassed within the “Confidential Information,” as
defined in Paragraph 11, above. The Buyer’s Property, and whenever practical each individual item of the Buyer’s Property, shall be plainly marked and
identified by Seller as property of Buyer and shall be safely stored separate and apart from Seller’s property. Seller shall not substitute any property for Buyer’s
Property and shall not use Buyer’s Property except in filling Buyer’s orders. Buyer’s Property, while in Seller’s custody or control, shall: (1) be held at Seller’s
risk; (2) be kept insured by Seller at Seller’s expense in an amount equal to the replacement cost thereof, with loss payable to Buyer, and (3) be subject to
removal at Buyer’s request. In the event of removal, Seller shall prepare Buyer’s Property for shipment and redeliver it to Buyer in the same condition as
originally received by Seller, reasonable wear and tear expected. Seller shall permit Buyer to enter Seller’s facilities at any time during Seller’s hours of
operation to retrieve and remove any property of Buyer. The term “Special Tooling” as used in this Paragraph 20 means all jigs, dies, fixtures, molds, patterns,
special cutting tools, special gauges, special test equipment, other special equipment and manufacturing aids, and drawings and any replacements of the
foregoing, acquired or manufactured or used in the performance of the Contract, which are of such a specialized nature that, without substantial modification
or alteration, their use is limited to the production of the goods to be produced under, or the performance of the services of the type required by, the Contract.
The term does not include: (1) items of tooling or equipment heretofore acquired by Seller, or replacements thereof, whether or not altered or adapted for use
in the performance of the Contract; (2) consumable small tools; or (3) general or special machine tools or similar capital items.

21. Independent Contractors.
The Buyer and Seller are strictly independent contractors with respect to one another, and nothing in the Contract shall be construed as rendering a party the
partner, joint venturer, agent and/or employee of the other party.

22. Applicable Law.
The validity, performance, and all matters arising from or relating to the interpretation and effect of this Contract shall be governed by the laws of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Without limiting the application of Section 23, if any litigation arising here from or relating hereto shall be brought and
decided exclusively in the state or federal courts located in Erie County, Pennsylvania. Buyer and Seller hereby agree to submit to the personal jurisdiction of
such courts for these matters.

23. Arbitration.
Any dispute, controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this Contract, or the breach thereof, shall be settled by arbitration. The arbitration shall be
conducted in accordance with the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association, and shall take place in Erie, PA. The decision of the
arbitration panel shall be binding upon the parties and judgment on the award may be entered in any court of competent jurisdiction.

24. Recovery of Expenses.
The Buyer shall have the right to recover from the Seller all costs and expenses (including, but not limited to, attorneys’ fees) incurred by the Buyer in enforcing
the provisions of the Contract.
25. Code of Conduct Expectations
Buyer expects Seller to abide as a matter of policy by the following principles:

• HONESTY. Be honest in all communications and actions. Buyer values integrity and honesty in its business dealings. Seller employees are
encouraged to be truthful and trustworthy in their dealings with Buyer at all times. Seller employees do not deliberately mislead or deceive others
by misrepresentations, overstatements, partial truths, selective omissions, or any other means and when trust requests it they supply relevant

• INTEGRITY. Seller shall maintain both personal and business integrity. Integrity refers to a wholeness of character demonstrated by consistency
between thoughts, words and actions. Seller employees are principled, honorable and possess the inner strength to do the right thing every time.
Seller employees acknowledge and accept personal accountability for the ethical quality of their decisions and omissions to themselves, their
colleagues, their company and the community. All business dealings shall be transparently performed and accurately reflected in the Seller’s
business books and records.

• PROMISE-KEEPING. Keep promises and fulfill commitments. Seller employees can be trusted because they make every reasonable effort to
fulfill the letter and spirit of their promises and commitments.

• LOYALTY. Be loyal within the framework of other ethical principles. Seller personnel place a high value on protecting and advancing the lawful
and legitimate interest of the company and their colleagues. They do not, however, put their loyalty above other ethical principles or use loyalty to
others an excuse for unprincipled conduct. ISM employees avoid conflicts of interest and they do not use or disclose information learned in
confidence for personal advantage. If they decide to accept other employment, Seller personnel shall provide reasonable notice, respect the
proprietary information of their former employer and refuse to engage in any activities that take undue advantage of their previous positions.

• FAIRNESS. Strive to be fair and just in all dealings. Seller is fundamentally committed to fairness. Seller management does not exercise power
arbitrarily nor do they use overreaching or indecent means to gain or maintain any advantage nor take undue advantage of another’s mistakes or
difficulties. Seller management manifest a commitment to justice, the equal treatment of individuals, tolerance for and acceptance of diversity.
Seller shall not engage in discrimination based on race, color, age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity or national origin, disability, pregnancy,
religion, political affiliation, union membership, covered veteran status, protected genetic information or marital status in hiring and employment

• CARING. Demonstrate compassion and a genuine concern for the well-being of others. Seller employees are caring, compassionate, benevolent
and kind. Seller management seek to accomplish their business objectives in a manner that causes the least harm and the greatest positive
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good. Seller will adhere to and maintain the proper health and safety standards at our facilities. Seller recognizes that ongoing worker input and
education is essential to identify and solving health and safety issues in the workplace. Seller will not tolerate any violation of human rights.

• RESPECT FOR OTHERS. Treat everyone with respect. Seller demonstrates respect for the human dignity, autonomy, privacy, rights, and
interests of all those who have a stake in their decisions; they are courteous and treat all people with equal respect and dignity regardless of sex,
race or national origin. Seller will create a culture that ensures prompt corrective action is taken against undesirable behavior including any
unlawful forms of discrimination, abuse of power, violence, devaluation of the individual or any behavior resulting in loss of trust. Seller
employees adhere to the Golden Rule, striving to treat others the way they would like to be treated.

• LAW ABIDING. Obey the law. Seller employees abide by laws, rules and regulations relating to their business activities. Seller will implement
systems of compliance to ensure that they properly observe and respect the laws and regulations applicable to their business. Seller also
recognizes that environmental responsibility and compliance to environmental management systems is integral to producing world class products.

• COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE. Pursue excellence all the time in all things. Seller employees pursue excellence in performing their duties,
are well-informed and prepared, and constantly endeavor to increase their proficiency in all areas of responsibility. Seller will strive to deliver high
value, quality products and services that meet and/or exceed the expectations of our customers. Seller will ensure that all products meet the
required safety and environmental standards.