Inprofile 2000 (PTY) LTD.

Manufacturers of Cold Rolled Steel

Contact Us: 011 908 1903


Inprofile 2000 (Pty) Ltd is based in Roodekop, Germiston, within the Aveng Trident Steel premises. Our prime scope of supply is the manufacturing of cold formed steel sections.


Inprofile 2000 (Pty) Ltd was started by Helmut Neumann in 1999 and we have since designed and rolled over 350 various types of profiles for key sectors within different industries. These industries include construction, solar, shelving and racking, electrical support systems, truck and trailer, and security to name a few amongst a host of others.

Inprofile 2000 (Pty) Ltd is proudly ISO 9001 accredited with strict quality and service standards set in place.

The extensive machine capabilities, constant improvement and innovative solutions see Inprofile (Pty) Ltd as one of the only flexible and accommodating manufacturers worldwide. Our scope of supply is close to endless.

As a privately owned company we pride ourselves in hosting extremely competitive prices which are volumetric based.

Run and lead by Mr. Wolfgang Neumann, Inprofile 2000 (Pty) Ltd has grown leaps and bounds with no indication of slowing down.

Overview

Our Factory:

With 16 000m2 of land and some 6000m2 of factory space, we stock some 2000 tons of galvanized, Hot rolled, stainless and pre-painted steels. This material can then be slit, cut-to-length, roll formed to sections or engineered to meet your needs. With 6 overhead cranes, with capacity to 25 tons and 4 service gates, loading and off-loading is well controlled.

Our People:

Operating on two shifts, Inprofile has over 60 staff members. The office staff has over 50 years of experience in the engineering and roll forming industry.


Technology Now And In The Future:

Steel , from our main supplier, Arcelor Mittal, is slit on our slitting line to tolerances of +/- 0.25mm. The slitting line can manage coils 1503x4mm to 300x0.5mm. A smaller re-slitter slits narrower coils. Our 6 roll formers can roll sections from 450x100 x4mm to 10x10x0.4mm

Our new high-speed roll former will be able to roll lip channels, channels, angles, purlins and two shelving sections at speeds of 60 meters/minute. These sections can be pre-punched. This Goliath roll former will be operational in the first quarter of 2009. Tool up time from 1 profile to the next is approximately 90 seconds.

Call us for your metal open cold rolled steel requirements. From inception to design to manufacture and delivery, we aim to offer the widest range, at the most economic prices in the Southern Hemisphere.

Professional Acreditations:

We are ISO 9001 accredited.


Some Of Our Products


Our Vision:

We will increase the value of our company and our global portfolio of roll formed steel sections by exceeding customers' expectations, achieving market leadership, excellent service and superior quality in every scope of our supply.

Mission Statement:

Our mission is to operate the steel manufacturing company globally, regardless of the product we sell. Due to the vast range of products we offer to various industries, our aspirations must be consistent with the promise and the ideals of our loyal customers.

To say that our mission exists independent of the products we sell is to demean the importance and the distinction of being the best steel manufacturer.

As an Independent privately owned company we are determined to be the very best in our scope of supply, regardless of the size, pedigree or inclinations of our competitors.

We will continue to bring our industry the A-grade ISO 9001 quality approved products it so richly deserves.

Above all, we expect to be a valuable resource and a credit to the clients we serve and a place where our dedicated staff can grow and prosper.

Toward this end we will not only listen to our customers but embrace the idea that Inprofile 2000 (Pty) Ltd is at their service.


FAQ


1

What is the difference between cold rolled steel sections and hot rolled steel sections?


Hot rolled steel sections are manufactured from a hot steel billet that is then formed while the steel is red hot and highly malleable. Cold-formed sections are formed at room temperature from coil or sheet supplied by steel suppliers. This process requires precise tool design and the correct steel grades being selected. High Carbon Steel's are generally not suitable for cold forming.


2

We have a unique section we wish to manufacture, what do we do?


The patent and trademark applications are your responsibility. Inprofile p/l manufactures to client specifications. After perusing your diagram showing dimensions and tolerances you require, Inprofile p/l will confirm whether the said section is within their manufacturing abilities. We will make suggestions to assist in m/f the said profile as economically as possible to your requirements.After the client signs off the final drawing, an initial order quantity will be m/f at a pre-agreed cost. Lead-time depends on the nature of the sections design specifications. Generic sections (angles, channels, purlins, lip channels and top hats are m/f in 3 – 10 days. Special sections requiring custom tooling require 6 weeks to m/f tooling.




3


Who pays for the tooling required for our custom section?


Should tooling be required to m/f a custom section , the clients pays 50 % of quoted tooling costs.


4

Can Inprofile p/l utilise the tooling we have paid for to m/f for any other customer?


No. Once a client has fully paid for tooling to roll a specified section, Inprofile will m/f only for the said client. If the client does not utilise the tooling for a period exceeding 24 months, the said client will be contacted and asked to remove there tooling after paying the 50% outstanding tooling cost borne by Inprofile. If this does not occur, inprofile reserves the right to claim the tooling to recoup costs.


5

What is the minimum order for a section?


This depends on the nature of the section required. Please enquire which sections Inprofile keeps a minimum stock of. On our Channels, Lip channels and purlins as per our “ General sections.pdf” price list attached, Inprofile m/f to order and guarantees minimal lead-time, despite small quantities. On unique sections, not stocked by ourselves, we require a minimum order of 600 meters.




6


What steel grade is suitable for my application?


Our main steel supplier, Arcelor Mittal , m/f a wide ranges of steels that will best suit your requirements. Inprofile p/l needs to understand the application of the said section before giving you is technical assistance.Inprofile p/l stocks hot rolled steel, pickled and oiled material , cold rolled steel, pre- galvanised steel. 300WA steel, various grades of Supraform steels and Stainless steel in grades 409, 304 and 316 . Each grade has a specific application – please tell us your needs.





Terms

Inprofile 2000 (Pty) Ltd

Standard Conditions of Contract

STANDARD TERMS OF SALE AGREEMENT


1. INTERPRETATION



1.1 "Customer" means any person or persons at whose request or on whose behalf the supplier undertakes to supply any goods, do any business, or provide any advice or service;

1.2 "Supplier" means Inprofile 2000 (Pty) Ltd supplying the Goods;

1.3 "Goods" means any materials, products and/or services supplied to the customer by the supplier;


1.4 "Agreement/Contract" shall mean these standard terms of agreement, and such other terms and conditions of agreement as may be agreed in writing between the parties.

2. TERMS AND CONDITIONS TO PREVAIL

These standard terms of agreement shall be deemed to be incorporated in and shall apply consistently to every agreement entered into between the supplier and the customer.

3. NO VARIATIONS OR AMENDMENTS

3.1 Subject to clause 1.4 above, this agreement constitutes the whole agreement between the customer and the supplier and no amendment or consensual cancellation and no extension of time, waiver or relaxation of any of the provisions or terms of
this agreement shall be binding unless recorded in writing and signed by the authorised representative of the supplier.

3.2 No extension of time or waiver or relaxation of any of the provisions or terms of this agreement, bill of exchange or any other document shall operate as an estoppel against the supplier in respect of its rights under the agreement nor shall it preclude
the supplier from exercising its rights strictly in accordance with this agreement.

3.3 The supplier shall not be bound by an express or implied term, representation, warranty, promise or the like not recorded herein.

4. QUOTATIONS

4.1 Any quotation given shall not be an offer by the supplier to sell the goods, but constitutes an invitation by the supplier to the customer to do business with the supplier.

4.2 A quotation may be revoked at any time by the supplier. In the event of the supplier not accepting the customer's order within one month from the date thereof, the order shall be deemed to have been withdrawn.

4.3 A contract will only come into force once the supplier accepts the customer's order or if the supplier supplies, or tenders to supply, the goods in question to the customer.

4.4 The quotation is based on rates of exchange, freight charges, insurance, railage, costs of labour, material, import duty, taxes and other charges ruling at the date of the quotation. Any variations occurring subsequent to the date of the quotation in
any of the aforesaid rates or charges, shall entitle the supplier to vary the amount of the quotation accordingly.

5. PURCHASE PRICE AND PAYMENT

5.1 Unless otherwise stated in any order given to the supplier (or elsewhere in writing to the supplier), payment of the purchase price in respect of any goods despatched by the supplier up to and including the last day of each month, must be made into
and reflect in the supplier's banking account by the last banking day of the month following the month in which such order is despatched and invoiced to the account of the customer. If the price stated in the quotation of the supplier is subject to a
discount, then that discount will only be allowed if payment is made timeously on or before the due date for payment. Should any payment due by the customer to the supplier not be made on due date, or should the customer commit any other breach of
this agreement, or be placed in liquidation, or commit any act of insolvency, then the full balance owing to the supplier by the customer, as at the date thereof, from whatsoever cause arising, shall immediately become due and payable without notice.

5.2 Unless otherwise stipulated in the agreement, the contract price is based on such "ex works delivery", exclusive of the costs of packaging, freight, off-loading and insurance.

5.3 Any promissory notes and/or bills of exchange shall be deemed to have been accepted by the supplier without prejudice to the supplier's claims or rights against the customer in respect of the original cause of debt and the customer hereby waives
presentment, notice of dishonour and protest in respect of any promissory note or bill of exchange of which it is an endorser, surety or other party and of which the supplier may become the holder.

5.4 The customer shall not be discharged from its obligation to pay the contract price until the supplier actually recovers payment in full, notwithstanding the means and method of payment agreed upon by the parties.

5.5 Prices are exclusive of value added tax, which VAT the customer shall pay or reimburse to the supplier simultaneously with the purchase price. The purchase price shall be payable by the customer to the supplier in the currency stated on the order,
without deduction or set-off, and free from any exchange.

5.6 The customer has no right to withhold payment for any reason whatsoever. The customer shall not be entitled to set-off any amounts, which may be claimed by the customer from the supplier, against any amounts owing by the customer to the

6. RISK

The risk in and to the goods shall pass to the customer from the moment that it or its transporter signs for the goods which are loaded onto the delivery vehicle, or shall be subject to Incoterms 2000 for goods destined for export.

7. DELIVERY

7.1 Any claims for shortages or damage to the goods must be made in writing by the customer within 7 (seven) days of the goods being received by the customer, failing which the supplier shall be excused from all liability in respect of such claims.

7.2 Any delivery date indicated by the supplier shall not bind the supplier to effect delivery on such date. The customer shall accept delivery when it is tendered and shall not be entitled to resile from the agreement, withhold or defer payment, reduce the
price or be entitled to any other remedy against the supplier on account of delays in effecting delivery.

7.3 The customer shall be liable for all costs occasioned by its failure or refusal to take timeous delivery of the goods from the supplier.

7.4 The signature of any employee of the customer on any official delivery note, invoice, waybill of the supplier or the similar paper of any authorised independent carrier of the supplier shall constitute good and sufficient proof of delivery of the goods to

8. OWNERSHIP

Notwithstanding delivery of the goods by the supplier to the customer, or the use of the goods after delivery, the goods shall remain the property of the supplier until it has received payment in full of the contract price.