Nordstrom EDI Transmition Compliance
Nordstrom EDI purchase orders transmission must be processed in accordance with published industry guidelines. The applicable Nordstrom vendor purchasing guidelines will also be a must. Verbal orders are not valid unless confirmed with an electronic purchase order. Each party shall be responsible for its own costs related to EDI systems and Nordstrom EDI transmissions. Each party shall maintain security procedures sufficient to ensure that EDI transactions are authorized. In the event seller is unable to deliver any part or all of the merchandise, seller agrees to notify the purchaser immediately.
All Nordstrom EDI merchandise furnished under any purchase order shall be subject to inspection and testing by representatives of Purchaser, its customers or agents. It may be rejected and returned to Seller at Seller’s cost when found to be defective. Otherwise it is subject to return as set forth above, at any time prior to resale. If a shipment, or any portion of a shipment, is determined by sampling procedures to include merchandise that is defective or otherwise subject to return as set forth above, the entire shipment or portion may be rejected. It will be returned to Seller at Seller’s cost. Payments for merchandise prior to inspection shall not constitute acceptance. Purchaser reserves the right to hold for Seller or return to Seller, at Seller’s expense, any rejected merchandise.
Seller warrants and certifies that the Nordstrom EDI merchandise shipped under any purchase order, including packaging and labeling:
a. was produced and processed in strict compliance with all applicable regulations, orders, testing requirements;
b. will be produced in a manner that does not and will not, infringe or violate any intellectual property or other proprietary rights;
c. is accurately labeled and clearly identifies the country of origin;
d. is labeled in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations including without limitation:
- For merchandise shipped to the United States and Puerto Rico: any applicable rules of the Federal Trade Commission, the Consumer Products Safety Commission and the Department of Health, Education and Welfare.
- For merchandise shipped to Canada: any applicable rules of the Competition Bureau, Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
e. is processed, packed and shipped in accordance with:
- all applicable supply-chain security requirements (e.g. the U.S. Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) or the Canadian Partners in Protection (PIP) Program);
- all applicable federal, state/provincial and local hazardous material transportation laws and regulations of the country of destination.