Customised, innovative and pioneering manufacturing technology boost production efficiency and product quality. H+B Hightech offers the highest quality for the various different metalworking industries – from the idea to the optimal manufacturing technology to the market-ready component. As a reliable partner for full-scale solutions, we quickly and precisely develop the most economical process which enables you to flexibly react to changing market demands. Take advantage of all the new potential in today’s age of sustainability and Industry 4.0. With H+B Hightech quality everywhere.
H+B Hightech combines the benefits of a down-to-earth, owner-managed family company … read on
Future-ready engineering – this is the power of thought which drives us forward. We are innovators, researchers, developers, designers and manufacturing specialists. But above all: a provider of full-scale solutions who is a reliable partner at your side – from the planning phase to processes to the final precision part. We think ahead, but also look back. Thanks to reverse engineering, we gain decisive insights into the design and manufacturing of an existing component – and can then optimise the design data after the fact.
Everything for your pioneering manufacturing technology:
With their power for innovation and years-long experience, our experts find the right spin in each process phase – regardless of how big the challenge may be. H+B Hightech stands for high-tech components of the highest quality in accuracy and precision. Whether individual parts or entire assembly groups, you continually profit from the latest state-of-the-art technology, intelligently networked manufacturing and everything in between.
Profit from the power of innovation and experience with all machinable materials:
Where conventional manufacturing reaches its limits, additive manufacturing offers completely new possibilities. After all, the design determines the production process, not the other way around. Instead of milling precision parts, a laser selectively melts powder materials layer by layer. This allows for highly complex, extremely lightweight and stable structures to be created – both for small, efficient batch sizes and customised series production. Thanks to additive manufacturing, you significantly reduce times for product development and market launch.
Take advantage of the new freedom in design and high potential for innovation:
With H+B Hightech as your competent partner, the triumph of robotics is also a given for your areas of application. By way of integrating universally applicable robots, your series production can be highly automated and your manufacturing processes can be intelligently, quickly and flexibly adapted to your needs. With database-supported real-time monitoring of all manufacturing process and quality characteristics, you manufacture reliably and efficiently.
Rely on automation solutions with top performance:
You find it everywhere at H+B Hightech: quality. It can be seen in the competence of our teams, in ideas, processes and products, as well as in our quality assurance itself. Especially in metal 3D printing, you can rely on our database-supported, 100% quality assurance for the manufacturing of your high-tech precision components. Our measurement and testing technology is of the highest level. Our quality is certified and verifiable, even when it comes to environmental protection.
Rely on certified and verifiable quality of the highest level:
Each precision part is only as good as the analysis of the material it is made of. As a member of the Heine + Beisswenger Group, we at H+B Hightech have materials competence which has grown over the course of four generations – and we leverage this know-how with a distinct sense of innovation and lots of passion so that we can face your challenges together. For additive manufacturing processes, we analyse the necessary metal powders as well as the 3D-printed samples and all other characteristics which are essential for the final component.
Ensure the most extensive materials know-how for your precision parts:
The conservation of our environment has never been just a trend to us – it has always been how we have acted. As a quality-producing company, we are aware that the quality of our environment lies in our own hands. As a company where we put people first, we, together with all employees, are committed to taking responsibility for sustainable environmental protection. To achieve this, we follow a single, clear goal: to minimise our own carbon footprint as a way to counteract climate change. Local suppliers, energy-efficient manufacturing and long-term investments in pioneering technology have always been part of our resource-friendly way of working.
We know that quality does not develop on its own. It is thanks to our employees, the foundation for success, who stand out with their high motivation, competence and team spirit. Appreciation and respect shape how we work with each other in our company. “Grow with H+B Hightech” expresses what we would like to offer all our employees, apprentices and working students. For the continued healthy growth of our company, we need people who want to contribute, with the aim to develop further together with us. This enables H+B Hightech quality to also go further.Job Opportunities
We are there for you and your challenges. And we are always close.
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H+B Hightech combines the benefits of a down-to-earth, owner-managed family company with the economic success of the Heine + Beisswenger Group. With innovative system solutions, a broad spectrum of services as well as highly qualified and motivated employees, we offer our customers excellent quality.
As a member of the Heine + Beisswenger Group and a wholly owned subsidiary of the parent company Heine + Beisswenger Stiftung + Co. KG, founded in 1901, we are today one of Germany’s largest concern-independent and family-run steel and metal wholesale distributors. We offer our customers innovative solutions from a single source – from the initial idea to the final precision part. With nearly 600 employees Germany-wide, six subsidiary companies and more than eleven locations, we are best equipped to cater to our customers’ high quality standards in all things centred round steel and metalworking – with comprehensive competence and a full-scale service offering.
You can find our job vacancies here. Whether engineer, specialist or trainee, you can expect not only an excellent working atmosphere, but also the opportunity to grow together with us. Let us continue to develop the H+B Hightech quality. Welcome to the team!
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H+B Hightech maintains the highest standards in quality assurance and environmental protection, as documented by the respective certifications. Thanks to ongoing measurements within the entire process chain, up to the finished component, the high H+B Hightech quality standard is ensured. Particularly when it comes to safety or certification-relevant applications quality and the surface quality of components are essential. For this purpose our quality specialists apply the latest state-of-the-art measurement and testing technology. The result: the highest reliability possible for you and your customers.
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General Terms and Conditions of Delivery and Payment of H+B Hightech GmbH
Scope of validity
1. These terms and conditions of sale apply vis-à-vis contractors, legal entities under public law and special assets under public law. Our deliveries and services are done solely based on the terms and conditions below. Terms and conditions of business of the Partner that are not explicitly recognised by us
do not apply.
2. The contractual partners will specifically confirm verbal agreements immediately in writing.
3. Orders do not become binding until we have issued a confirmation of order.
4. The information and illustrations contained in prospectuses and catalogues are approximation values usual in the industry, unless they have been explicitly designated by us as binding.
Long-term and call-off contracts, price adjustment
5. Contracts for an indefinite period of time can be terminated with a period of notice of 3 months.
6. If a fundamental change in the wage, material or energy costs occurs in long-term contracts (contracts with a term of more than 12 months and contracts for an indefinite period of time), each contractual
partner is entitled to demand an appropriate adjustment of the price, taking into account
7. If a binding order volume is not agreed, we will take the non-binding order volume (target volume) expected by the Partner for a certain period of time as a basis for our calculation. If the Partner purchases less than the target volume, we are entitled to increase the unit price accordingly. If it purchases
more than the target volume, we will reduce the unit price accordingly if the Partner has announced
the additional requirements at least 6 months before delivery.
8. Unless otherwise agreed, in the case of call-off orders, binding volumes are to be notified to us at least
2 months before the delivery date through call-off. Additional costs that are caused by a delayed calloff
or subsequent changes to the call-off with regard to time or volume by our Partner will be charged
to the latter's account; our calculation is decisive here.
9. Each contractual partner will only use all documents (these also include samples, models and data)
and know-how that it acquires from the business relationship for the jointly pursued goals and keep
them confidential vis-à-vis third parties with the same care as it would for corresponding own documents and know-how if the other contractual partner designates them as confidential or has an
obvious interest in their being kept confidential. This obligation commences from the receipt of the documents or know-how for the first time and ends 30 months after the end of the business relationship. 10. The obligation does not apply for documents and know-how that are generally known or that were already known to the contractual partner when it received them without it being obligated to non-disclosure, or that are communicated by a third party thereafter who is entitled to forward them or that
are developed by the receiving contractual partner without using documents or knowledge of the
other contractual partner that are to be kept secret.
Drawings and descriptions
11. If a contractual partner provides the other contractual partner with drawings or technical documents about the goods to be delivered or their production, they will remain the property of the submitting contractual partner.
Samples and production equipment
12. Unless otherwise agreed, the production costs for samples and production equipment (tools, moulds, templates, etc.) will be invoiced separately from the goods to be delivered. This also applies for production equipment that has to be replaced due to wear and tear.
13. The costs for maintenance and proper storage and the risk of damage or destruction to production equipment will be borne by us.
14. If the Partner suspends or ends collaboration during the production time of the samples or production equipment, it will be charged for all production costs incurred up to that point in time.
15. Even when the Partner has paid for the production equipment, they will remain in our possession at least until the supply contract has been completed. Thereafter, the Partner is entitled to demand the surrender of the production equipment, if an amicable regulation has been generated regarding the
time of the surrender and the Partner has met its contractual obligations in full.
16. We will store the production equipment free of charge for three years after the last delivery to our Partner. Thereafter, we will request our Partner in writing to respond within 6 weeks with regard to its further use. Our obligation to store them ends, if no statement is given within these 6 weeks or no new order is submitted.
17. Customer-related production equipment may only be used by us for deliveries to third parties with prior written consent from our partner.
18. Our prices are in EUR and exclusive of VAT, packaging, freight, postage and insurance.
Terms and conditions of payment
19. All invoices are due for payment within 14 days from invoice date.
20. If we have indisputably delivered faulty goods in part, our Partner is obligated nevertheless to pay for the fault-free part, unless the partial delivery is of no interest to it. For the rest, the Partner can only offset against legally established or undisputed counter-claims.
21. In the event of a deadline being exceeded, we are entitled to invoice arrears interest in the amount of
the rate that the bank charges us for overdrafts, but at least in the amount of 8 percentage points
above the respective base interest rate of the European Central Bank.
22. In the event of arrears in payment, we can, after a written notification to the Partner, suspend fulfilment
of our obligations until the receipt of payments.
23. Bills of exchange and cheques will only be accepted after agreement and only for the sake of fulfilment and subject to it being possible to discount them. Discount fees will be charged from the date
the invoice amount becomes due. A guarantee for the timely submission of the bill of exchange and
cheque and for the protesting of a bill of exchange is excluded.
24. If it becomes discernible after the contract is concluded that our payment claim is at risk due to defective performance by the Partner, we can refuse performance and set the Partner an appropriate period
in which it has to pay concurrently against delivery or has to provide security. In the event of refusal
by the Partner or unsuccessful expiry of the deadline, we are entitled to withdraw from the contract
and to demand compensation.
25. Unless otherwise agreed, we deliver "ex works". The reporting of the readiness for dispatch or collection by us is decisive for compliance with the delivery date or delivery period.
26. The delivery period commences with the sending of our order confirmation and is extended appropriately,
if the requirements of Clause 55 are met.
27. Partial deliveries are permitted to a reasonable extent. They will be invoiced separately.
28. Excess or reduced volumes for production reasons are permissible within a tolerance of 10 per cent of
the overall order volume.
Dispatch and transfer of risk
29. Goods reported as being ready for dispatch are to be taken over by the Partner immediately.
Otherwise we are entitled, at our own discretion, to send them or store them at the cost and risk of the
30. Unless otherwise agreed separately, we will select the means and route of transport.
31. Upon handover to the railway, the haulage operator or the freight forwarder or upon start of storage,
but at the latest upon departure from the plant or warehouse, risk is transferred to the Partner, including
if we have taken over delivery.
Delay in delivery
32. If we can foresee that the goods cannot be delivered within the delivery period, we will notify the
Partner of this immediately and in writing, inform it of the grounds for this, and where possible stipulate
the anticipated delivery date.
33. If the delivery is delayed as the result of a circumstance listed in Clause 55 or through an action or omission on the part of the Partner, an extension of the delivery period appropriate to the circumstances
will be granted.
34. The Partner is only entitled to withdraw from the contract, if we are responsible for the non-compliance
with the delivery date and it has unsuccessfully set us an appropriate subsequent period.
Retention of title
35. We retain title to the goods delivered until the fulfilment of all claims arising from the business relationship with the Partner.
36. The Partner is entitled to sell these goods in the ordinary course of business, as long as it meets its obligations from the business relationship with us in a timely manner. However, it may not pledge the
goods under retention of title or transfer them as security. It is obligated to safeguard our rights in the
event of a credited resale of the goods under retention of title.
37. In the event of breaches of obligation by the Partner, in particular in the event of arrears in payment,
we are entitled, after the unsuccessful expiry of an appropriate period set vis-à-vis the Partner for performance, to withdraw from the contract and take back the goods; the statutory provisions regarding
the dispensability of the setting of a period remain unaffected. The Partner is obligated to surrender.
We are entitled to withdraw from the contract, if an application is made for the opening of insolvency proceedings over the Partner's assets.
38. All claims and rights arising from the sale or any leasing of goods permitted vis-à-vis the Partner in
which we are entitled to ownership rights are already assigned to us by the Partner now for security.
We hereby accept the assignment.
39. The Partner always carries out any treatment or processing of the goods under retention of title on our behalf. If the goods under retention of title are processed or inseparably mixed with other items not
belonging to us, we acquire the co-ownership to the new item in the ratio of the invoice value of the
goods under retention of title to the other processed or mixed items at the time of the processing or
mixing. If our goods are combined or inseparably mixed with other movable items to form an integrated
item and if the other item is to be seen as the primary item, the Partner will transfer to us proportionate co-ownership if the primary item belongs to it. The Partner will safeguard the ownership or coownership
for us. For the rest, the same applies for the item resulting from the processing or combining/
mixing as for the goods under retention of title.
40. The Partner must inform us immediately of enforcement measures by third parties regarding the goods under retention of title, the receivables assigned to us or other securities and hand over the documents necessary for an intervention. This also applies for other types of impairment.
41. If the value of the existing securities exceeds the secured claims in total by more than 20 per cent, we
are obligated at our discretion to release securities at the Partner's request in this regard.
42. The quality of the goods is based solely on the agreed technical delivery specifications. If we have to deliver according to drawings, specifications, samples, etc. of our Partner, the latter takes over the risk of
suitability for the envisaged designated purpose. The time of the transfer of risk pursuant to Clause 31 is decisive for the contractual condition of the goods.
43. We are not liable for material damage caused by unsuitable or improper use, erroneous installation or putting into operation by the Partner or third parties, usual wear and tear, erroneous or negligent handling; nor are we liable for the consequences of improper changes or repair work carried out by the Partner or third parties without our consent. The same applies for defects that only insubstantially reduce the value or suitability of the goods.
44. Claims for material defects become time-barred after 12 months. This does not apply if the law stipulates longer deadlines as being mandatory, in particular for defects in a building and in goods that
have been used for a building in accordance with their normal use and have caused the latter's defectiveness.
45. If acceptance of the goods or an initial check of samples has been agreed, the notification of defects that the Partner could have detected during a careful acceptance or initial check of samples is excluded. 46. We are to be given the opportunity to establish the defect that has been notified to us. Goods forming the subject of a complaint are to be returned to us immediately on request; we will pay the transport costs, if the notification of defects is justified. If the Partner does not meet these obligations or makes changes to the goods already forming the subject of a complaint without our consent, it will lose any claims arising from material defects.
47. If notification of defects is justified and given in a timely manner, we will improve the goods forming the subject of complaint at our discretion or will supply fault-free replacement goods.
48. f we do not comply with these obligations within an appropriate period of time, or not in compliance with the Contract, the Partner can set us a last deadline in writing within which we have to meet our obligations. After this deadline has expired unsuccessfully, the Partner can request a reduction in the price, withdraw from the contract or carry out the necessary subsequent improvement itself, or have
this done by a third parties at our costs and risk. A reimbursement of costs is excluded if the expenses increase because the goods have been brought to another place after our delivery, unless this corresponds
to the designated use of the goods.
49. Statutory recourse claims on the part of the Partner against us only exist, if the Partner has not made
any agreements with its customer that go beyond the statutory claims for defects. In addition, Clause
48 last sentence applies accordingly for the scope of the recourse claims.
Other claims, liability
50. Unless otherwise indicated above, other and further claims of the Partner against us are excluded. This applies in particular for compensation claims due to a breach of duties arising from the contractual
relationship and from unauthorised action. We are therefore not liable for damage that is not caused
to the delivered goods themselves. In particular, we are not liable for lost earnings or other financial
damage of the Partner.
51. The liability restrictions do not apply in the event of wilful intent, gross negligence by our statutory representatives or managers or in the case of culpable breach of fundamental contractual regulations.
Apart from cases of wilful intent or gross negligence on the part of our statutory representatives
or managers, in the event of culpable breach of fundamental contractual obligations, we are only
liable for the damage that is typical of such contracts and can be reasonably anticipated.
52. In addition, the liability restriction does not apply in the cases in which liability for personal injury or material damage to privately used items is according to the product liability law in the event of faults in
the goods delivered. It also does not apply in the event of injury to life, body or health and if assured properties are missing if and to the extent that the assurance was aimed precisely at protecting the
Partner against damage that was not caused to the goods delivered themselves.
53. If our liability is excluded or restricted, this also applies to the personal liability of our staff, workers, employees, statutory representatives and vicarious agents.
54. This does not affect the statutory regulations regarding burden of proof.
55. Force majeure, industrial action, unrest, regulatory measures, non-deliveries by our suppliers and other unforeseeable, unavoidable and serious events do not release the contractual partners from their performance obligations for the duration of the fault and in the scope of its effect. This also applies if these
events occur at a point in time at which the respective contractual partner is in arrears, unless it has
caused the delay with wilful intent or gross negligence. The contractual partners are obligated to provide
the required information within the framework of that which can be reasonably expected and to
adapt their obligations to the changed circumstances in good faith.
Place of performance, place of jurisdiction and applicable law
56. Unless otherwise indicated in the order confirmation, our registered office is the place of performance.
57. Our registered office is also the place of jurisdiction for all legal disputes, including within the framework
of bill of exchange or cheque proceedings. We are also entitled to file legal action at the
Partner's registered office.
58. The contractual relationship is governed solely by the law of the Federal Republic of Germany.
The application of the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) dated 11
April 1980 is excluded.