NAFTA Expendable Packaging Standards Manual (US, MX, &

NAFTA Expendable Packaging Standards Manual (US, MX, &

NAFTA Expendable Packaging Standards Manual (US, MX, & CA) AUTOMOTIVE STANDARD: FARADAY MODULAR CONTAINER (FMC) Faraday & Futures Inc. Logistics REV. 1.4 January 19 2016 Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure Agreement and/or exempt from FOIA disclosure. 1 CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. ....Introduction ...Background ....How to Use Document ...Does & Do Nots FMC Expendable Carton Selection Process .NAFTA FMC Carton Sizes & Performance Specifications FMC Graphic Guidelines ....Table 1 SW Unit Load Carton Configuration 45x48 Footprint 9. .......Table 2 DW Unit Load Carton Configuration 45x48 Footprint 10. .... Table 2 DW Unit Load Carton Configuration 63x48 Footprint 11. .Table 3 TW Single Carton Unit Load Configuration 45x48 Footprint 12. ....Table 3 TW Single Carton Unit Load Configuration 63x48 Footprint 13. ..Table 3 TW Single Carton Unit Load Configuration 70x48 & 90x48 Footprint 14. ..FF-Modular Pallet Specification 15 -18. ...Unit Load Consolidation & Shipping Requirements 19. ....Bar Code Label Location Requirements 20. .Vendor Reimbursement for Returnable Shortage 21. ...Corrosion Prevention Overview 22. ...Final NAFTA Packaging Checklist 23. ......FF NAFTA Packaging - Frequently Asked Questions 24. ...FF Contacts & NAFTA Packaging source ATTACHMENT A. Supplier Packaging Proposal Form (Please complete and submit to [email protected]) Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 2 1. INTRODUCTION This guide advises Faraday & Future (FF) suppliers of the packaging requirements for the shipment of components to FF via NAFTA (U.S., Canada and Mexico)

supplier (origin) locations. If you are unsure as to which territories are deemed as domestic for your company; please contact your FF Buyer or Packaging Engineering contact. These guidelines aim to standardize packaging for all FF markets to ensure high quality and maximize freight cubic efficiency. This document supersedes all previous packaging guidelines and is immediately the single document for all NAFTA expendable packaging of Faraday & Future Inc. Please use this specification for all parts that do not yet conform to the FF FMC packaging standard. Existing approved FMC packaging must be in compliance with the latest guidelines. It is the suppliers responsibility to develop a compliant packaging specification and submit it to the supplier portal for provisional or final approval. If you supply components in packaging that does not conform to the specification, you may be held liable for repackaging and incremental freight costs. Deviations are not allowed without prior written approval from Packaging Engineering. Packaging that proves unacceptable for whatever reason (quality, transport, production process, safety, etc.) must be changed upon request from Packaging Engineering. Remember, the responsibility for ensuring component quality from your plant to the point of use remains with you - the supplier of the product. If a component requires unique packaging (odd dimensions, material requirements, and specific critical requirements) FF Packaging Engineers will lead the design, testing, and implementation of the packaging solution. When situations like this arise, contact FF Packaging to obtain additional details. FF will be transitioned to a new packaging data management system for packaging approval. The Supplier Packaging Portal (pending) replaces all former packaging specification forms and processes. When your package specification is ready, complete the Expendable Packaging Proposal (attached) to your FF Buyer and FF Packaging Engineer directly. Detailed information and submission training is provided through the FF Supplier Portal (pending) homepage. Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 3 2. BACKGROUND The FF-Modular Carton (FMC) program is industry standard for North American freight. An FMC is a corrugated box footprint strategy designed to "module" standard of 53 truck trailer. Using modular footprints allows unit load cubing for FF suppliers, consolidation centers or when there is direct material loading into 53 trailers. This strategy is required to maximize freight and quality while eliminating non-value added handling and crating. Packaging is based around the following unit load footprint sizes: 45x48, 63x48, 70x48, 90x48 Due to the introduction of Lean manufacturing techniques into all FF plants, all packaging quantities and sizes are required to allow for manually handled cartons wherever possible i.e. manually handled cartons should, ideally, weigh less than 33lbs. To assist suppliers in selecting the correct packaging size, FF has developed the NAFTA Expendable Packaging Standards Manual supporting the development of an ideal packaging solution for any NAFTA origin part. 3. HOW TO USE DOCUMENT To ensure that all expendable packaging is in accordance with FF requiements follow steps: Step 1: Select the ideal expendable corrugated FMC solution using the given requirements in the NAFTA Expendable Packaging Standards Manual. Step 2: Advise FF Packaging Engineering of your packaging proposal by completing the FF Packaging Proposal (Attachment A at the end of this document) email FF Buyer and [email protected] in the interim. Step 3: Add internal dunnage or special part protection if required in your Packaging Proposal . Step 4: Packaging Engineering Team will review the proposal and then provide

approval or rejection through the Supplier Portal via an email. Step 5: Ensure that all domestic shipments are made in accordance to the Shipping & Consolidation Guidelines to achieve optimized cube utilization in transportation. Step 6: Complete final checklist to ensure that all steps have been covered. Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 4 At any given point of time, a FF Packaging Engineer can approach the supplier to revise the packaging specification when needed (i.e. change in mode of transportation).Packaging costs must be identified and integrated as part of your piece price at the quotation stage, and can only be agreed on by Purchasing (your commodity buyer). Confirmation of a packaging specification form advises that your packaging proposals are acceptable, and does not infer or imply acceptance or agreement of any associated costs with that packaging. Before entering in Step 1 (Selecting the correct FMC carton) please consider the following guidelines in Section 4. 4. DO & DO NOT DO NOT: Use a carton that is not specified - no exceptions are permitted without prior written approval from Packaging Engineering. DO NOT: Forget to include the required FMC Number printing on two sides of the box and DO NOT ship on a Non-FMC approved pallet. DO NOT: Design an open top FMC proposal. No open top containers are allowed. DO NOT: Allow your product quality to be compromised due to inadequate packaging - zero defects is the norm. If weight is an issue, suppliers are required to increase the packaging strength requirements to ensure quality. DO NOT: Pack different parts within the same carton - only one part number per carton is allowed. Different part numbers, in separate FMC boxes, shipped on the same pallet must be accompanied by a master packing label. DO NOT: Use belly bands to strengthen FMC cartons. Excessively heavy unit loads require the use of increased board strength, dunnage, or corner posts to ensure quality. DO NOT: Use steel banding to secure loads - use plastic banding and/or stretch wrapping. DO NOT: Allow cartons to overhang pallets. Ensure they are correctly stacked and positioned. The appropriate use of banding and/or stretch wrap must be used as needed. DO NOT: Use staples for carton closure (top or bottom). Staples may damage both the parts and the operators during the unload operation. DO NOT: Ship pyramid loads whenever possible to prevent inbound transit damage. DO NOT: Use packaging material that cannot be re-cycled, or could be environmentally harmful after disposal. DO NOT: Cut down or modify modular boxes. Example: do not cut side seams to make a box smaller or insert an access panel unless approved by FF Packaging Engineering. DO NOT: Allow the maximum weight of a unit load including pallet base to exceed the specified weight limit for the region (see section 6 for weight limits). Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 5 DO: Use modular cartons and pallets to the exact specification - this is a fully integrated system that requires each element to meet its specification. DO: Ensure that you utilize the maximum cube of the freight cube - if utilization is less than 92% try another FMC size or part orientation. DO: Where rusting is a risk, use corrosion inhibiting materials; i.e. Volatile Corrosive Inhibitor (VCI) products, etc. For other components, where required, use the appropriate product quality enhancement material; i.e. bubble wrap, static-proof bags, etc. Although Packaging Engineering will advise, the responsibility for ensuring part protection remains with the supplier. DO: Select reliable suppliers to provide cartons, pallets, and stickers. FF has a

certified corrugate supplier that currently stock FMC boxes if you do not have a company to provide the proper materials. DO: Monitor the effect of engineering changes on the packaging and submit a new formal packaging proposal through the FF Supplier Portal (planned) whenever the packaging changes or communicate directly with FF Buyer and FF Packaging Engineering. DO: Inform Packaging Engineering using appropriate pack spec. form if your parts are temperature sensitive. (Temperatures over 150 F can be reached during transport to some destinations). DO: Ensure your part labeling conforms to FF Shipping Label Specification (TBD) specified the FF Supplier Portal (planned). DO: Use designated material codes referenced in FF Packaging Material and Equipment Codes (TBD) document available through the FF Supplier Portal (planned). DO: Ensure that all cartons have the appropriate size FF Logo and FF-Modular Carton Number printed DO: Use new part labels when shipping parts with new engineering level. Refer to the regional packaging terms & condition documents for label details. DO: Follow all applicable Hazardous Materials / Dangerous Goods Transportation Regulations, including the OSHA and UN Hazard Communication Standards. Refer to the Packaging Terms & Conditions or the FF Packaging Guidelines For more details. Adherence to transport regulations of hazardous material / dangerous goods is legally mandated. Regional and / or national requirements must be followed. Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 6 5. FMC EXPENDABLE CARTON SELECTION PROCESS Identify the most suitable carton from the FMC container ranges (refer to Table 1, 2, 3) based on the following selection criteria: Step 1: Determine an approximate pack quantity based on part nature, right sizing principles, plant material handling requirement, line feed requirement data (if available) and optimum part density in carton. Step 2: Determine whether the part requires any special expendable/durable packaging. If required contact respective regional packaging engineer before finalizing your packaging proposals. Step 3: All standard FMC shipments must be shipped on the specified FMC Domestic 4 Way Entry Stringer Pallet. In case that the FMC carton size exceeds the dimensions of the standard pallet then a special pallet with same foot print size of the carton used is required .This special pallet must follow the same construction principle as the standard pallet and must be suitable for the increased weight and handling requirements Step 4: Finally, all FMC unit loads must be adequately secured to the pallet. Manually handled cartons (FMC010-FMC075) should be secured to the pallet base with a minimum of four bands and/or the appropriate amount of stretch wrap. If stretch wrap is used, be sure to make several rotations around the pallet base to prevent carton movement in transit. Stapling unit load sized cartons to the pallet base in certain cases is recommended to prevent movement in transit. Step 5: If your parts are to be shipped by air freight directly from your manufacturing location, cartons must be placed in a wood or corrugate over pack. This requirement is to adequately protect it from air freight handling and in-transit forces. It is mandatory to maintain a minimum of 12mm thick wood over pack if it is plywood and 15mm in case of Pine wood. However, wood used must comply with the phytosanitary requirements. 6. NAFTA FMC CARTON SIZES AND PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS The following applies to domestic shipments within North America Note: The following are carton sizes only. Height does not include pallet height.

Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 7 TABLE 1 Single Wall (SW) HANDHELD CONTAINERS FMC CARTON # FMC 010 FMC 015 FMC 020 FMC 025 FMC 030 FMC 040 FMC 045 FMC 050 FMC 055 FMC 060 FMC 070 FMC 075 EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS INTERIOR DIMENSIONS (IN) (IN) LxWxH 12 12 15 15 15 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 11.25 11.25 12 12 12 11.25 11.25 15 15 15 22.5 22.5 LxWxH 6 11.875 6 11.875 15.5 6 11.875 6 9.5 11.875 6 9.5

11.625 11.625 14.625 14.625 14.625 23.625 23.625 23.625 23.625 23.625 23.625 23.625 10.875 10.875 11.625 11.625 11.625 10.875 10.875 14.625 14.625 14.625 22.125 22.125 5.375 11.25 5.375 11.25 14.5 5.375 11.25 5.375 8.875 11.25 5.375 8.875 BURST STRENGTH/ ECT FLUTE SIZE BOX DESIGN MAX WEIGHT PER BOX 275# or 44ect 275# or 44ect 275# or 44ect 275# or 44ect 275# or 44ect 275# or 44ect 275# or 44ect 275# or 44ect 275# or 44ect 275# or 44ect 275# or 44ect 275# or 44ect

C C C C C C C C C C C C RSC RSC RCS RCS RCS RSC RSC RSC RSC RSC RSC RSC 33 lbs. 33 lbs. 33 lbs. 33 lbs. 33 lbs. 33 lbs. 33 lbs. 33 lbs. 33 lbs. 33 lbs. 33 lbs. 33 lbs. BURST STRENGTH/ ECT FLUTE SIZE BOX DESIGN MAX WEIGHT PER BOX TABLE 2 Double Wall (DW) FMC CARTON # EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS INTERIOR DIMENSIONS (IN) (IN) LxWxH LxWxH FMC 100

24 22.5 11.875 23.375 21.875 10.625 350# or 51 ect CB RSC 33 lbs. FMC 105 24 22.5 15.75 23.375 21.875 14.5 350# or 51 ect CB RSC 33 lbs. FMC 110 24 22.5 23.75 23.375 21.875 22.5 350# or 51ect CB RSC 33 lbs. FMC 120

45 24 6 44.375 23.375 4.75 350# or 51ect CB RSC 33 lbs. FMC 130 45 24 11.875 44.375 23.375 10.625 350# or 51ect CB RSC 33 lbs. FMC 140 45 24 23.75 44.375 23.375 22.5 350# or 51ect CB RSC 33 lbs. FMC 150

48 22.5 6 47.375 21.875 4.75 350# or 51ect CB RSC 33 lbs. FMC 160 48 22.5 11.875 47.375 21.875 10.625 350# or 51ect CB RSC 33 lbs. FMC 170 48 22.5 15.75 47.375 21.875 14.5 350# or 51ect CB RSC 33 lbs. FMC 180

48 22.5 23.75 47.375 21.875 22.5 350# or 51ect CB RSC 33 lbs. FMC 190 47.125 43.50 29.25 46.5 42.875 28.625 350# or 51ect CB HSC 300 lbs FMC 200 31.5 24 15.75 30.875 23.375 14.5 350# or 51ect CB RSC 33 lbs. FMC 210

31.5 24 23.75 30.875 23.375 22.5 350# or 51ect CB RSC 33 lbs. FMC 220 63 24 15.75 62.375 23.375 14.5 350# or 51ect CB RSC 33 lbs. FMC 230 63 24 23.75 62.375 23.375 22.5 350# or 51ect CB RSC 33 lbs. FMC 240

62.125 46.5 15.25 61.5 45.875 14.625 350# or 51ect CB HSC 300 lbs Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 8 TABLE 3 Triple Wall (TW) FMC CARTON # FMC 300 FMC 310 FMC 400 FMC 410 FMC 500 FMC 600 EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS INTERIOR DIMENSIONS (IN) (IN) LxWxH 47.25 47.25 62.25 62.25 68.75 88.75 43.625 43.625 46.625 46.625 46.625 46.625 LxWxH 29.25 21.25 29.25 21.25 15.25 15.25 46 46 61

61 67.5 87.5 42.375 42.375 45.375 45.375 45.375 45.375 28 20 28 20 14 14 BURST STRENGTH/ ECT FLUTE SIZE BOX DESIGN MAX WEIGHT PER BOX 900# or 80ect 900# or 80ect 900# or 80ect 900# or 80ect 900# or 80ect 900# or 80ect CAA CAA CAA CAA CAA CAA HSC HSC HSC HSC HSC HSC 650 lbs 650 lbs 650 lbs 650 lbs. 650 lbs. 650 lbs. TABLE 4 Lids (DW) EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS (IN) INTERIOR DIMENSIONS (IN)

LxWxH LxWxH HSC LIDS LID LID LID LID 48 63 70 90 45 48 48 48 5.25 5.25 5.25 5.25 47.25 62.25 68.75 88.75 43.625 46.625 46.625 46.625 5 5 5 5 BURST STRENGTH/ ECT FLUTE SIZE FMC HSC LID CARTON # 350# or 51ect 350# or 51ect 350# or 51ect 350# or 51ect CB CB CB CB FMC190,300, 310 FMC240, 400, 410 FMC500 FMC600

Tolerance: Exterior dimensions must be maintained to +0.0 and -5.0mm (+0" and 0.2") RSC = Regular Slotted Carton. HSC = Half Slotted Carton, with Lid. SW = Single Wall Corrugate DW = Double Wall Corrugate. TW = Triple Wall Corrugate Maximum weight of a unit load including the pallet base must not exceed 1,000lbs. All cartons must either be purchased from approved supplier list or FF Buyer can provide pre-negotiated pricing or use your own source but meeting same standards in this manual. FF-MODULAR CARTON (FMC) SIZES NAFTA Do not add empty cartons to the pallet stack to achieve a flat layer. Homogeneous unit loads are shown simply to illustrate relative carton size and orientation on the pallet. Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 9 7. FMC GRAPHIC GUIDELINES SMALL PRINT CONFIGURATION The Faraday logo, FMC number, and the carton OD dimensions are to be printed on the long side of the carton on both sides. The printed is to be centered on the carton. LARGE PRINT CONFIGURATION The Faraday logo, FMC number, and the carton OD dimensions are to be printed on the long side of the carton on both sides. The printed is to be centered on the carton. Note: 1. Faraday logo, FMC number, and the carton OD is to be printed in black. 2. All single wall cartons use the small print configuration. 3. All double wall and triple wall configurations use the large print configurations except for FMC120 and FMC150 uses the small Faraday logo print configuration and the large FMC # print configuration. Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 10 LABEL LOCATION PRINT CONFIGURATION FOR STACKABLE MULTI LAYER CARTON CONFIGURATIONS The shipping label location print is to be printed in black in the center of the short panel on both sides of the carton. AIAG Barcode here LABEL LOCATION PRINT CONFIGURATION FOR SINGLE BULK CARTONS FMC190, 240, 300, 310, 400, 410, 500, 600 The shipping label location print is to be printed in black in the upper right hand corner on all four side of the carton Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 11 8. TABLE 1 SW UNIT LOAD CARTON CONFIGURATION 45x48 FOOTPRINT FMC010 FMC015 16 Cartons per Layer 16 Cartons per Layer 8 Layers per Unit Load max 4 Layers per Unit Load max

128 Cartons per Unit Load max 64 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 11 1 Layer with Pallet 16.625 FMC020 12 Cartons per Layer 8 Layers per Unit Load max 96 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 11 FMC025 12 Cartons per Layer 4 Layers per Unit Load max 48 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 16.625 FMC030 12 Cartons per Layer 3 Layers per Unit Load max 36 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 20.5 FMC045 8 Cartons per Layer 4 Layers per Unit Load max 32 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 16.625 FMC050 6 Cartons per Layer 8 Layers per Unit Load max 48 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 11 FMC040 8 Cartons per Layer 8 Layers per Unit Load max 64 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 11 FMC055 FMC060 FMC070 FMC075 6 Cartons per Layer 6 Cartons per Layer 4 Cartons per Layer 4 Cartons per Layer 5 Layers per Unit Load max 4 Layers per Unit Load max 8 Layers per Unit Load max 5 Layers per Unit Load max 30 Cartons per Unit Load max 24 Cartons per Unit Load max 32 Cartons per Unit Load max 20 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 14.5 1 Layer with Pallet 16.625 1 Layer with Pallet 11 1 Layer with Pallet 14.5 Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 12 9. TABLE 2 DW UNIT LOAD CARTON CONFIGURATION 45x48 FOOTPRINT

FMC100 FMC105 4 Cartons per Layer 4 Cartons per Layer 4 Layers per Unit Load max 3 Layers per Unit Load max 16 Cartons per Unit Load max 12 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 16.875 1 Layer with Pallet 20.75 FMC110 4 Cartons per Layer 2 Layers per Unit Load max 8 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 28.75 FMC120 2 Cartons per Layer 8 Layers per Unit Load max 16 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 11 FMC130 2 Cartons per Layer 4 Layers per Unit Load max 8 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 16.875 FMC150 2 Cartons per Layer 8 Layers per Unit Load max 16 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 11 FMC160 2 Cartons per Layer 4 Layers per Unit Load max 8 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 16.875 FMC170 2 Cartons per Layer 3 Layers per Unit Load max 6 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 20.75 FMC140 2 Cartons per Layer 2 Layers per Unit Load max 4 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 28.75 FMC180 2 Cartons per Layer 4 Layers per Unit Load max 8 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 28.75 FMC190 1 Cartons per Layer 1 Layers per Unit Load max 1 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 34.5 Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure

13 10. TABLE 2 DW UNIT LOAD CARTON CONFIGURATION 63x48 FOOTPRINT FMC200 4 Cartons per Layer 3 Layers per Unit Load max 12 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 20.75 FMC210 4 Cartons per Layer 2 Layers per Unit Load max 8 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 28.75 FMC230 2 Cartons per Layer 4 Layers per Unit Load max 8 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 28.75 FMC240 1 Cartons per Layer 1 Layers per Unit Load max 1 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 20.50 FMC220 2 Cartons per Layer 3 Layers per Unit Load max 6 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 20.75 CARTON CONFIGURATION AND WEIGHT REQUIREMENTS 1. Multi layered carton configurations must be stacked in even layers to not exceed the total unit load height of 52 including pallet 2. Supplier utilizing max carton weights may need to reduce layers off of standard carton configuration in order to stay within max unit load of 1000 lbs. 3. Mixed Carton loads are not permitted. Right and left hand parts can not be combined on the same pallet Multiple part can not be combined on the same pallet 4. No pyramid stacking is not permitted. Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 14 11. TABLE 3 TW SINGLE CARTON UNIT LOAD CONFIGURATION 45x48 FOOTPRINT FMC300 1 Cartons per Layer 1 Layers per Unit Load max 1 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 34.50 FMC310 1 Cartons per Layer 1 Layers per Unit Load max 1 Cartons per Unit Load max

1 Layer with Pallet 26.50 12. TABLE 3 TW SINGLE CARTON UNIT LOAD CONFIGURATION 63x48 FOOTPRINT FMC400 1 Cartons per Layer 1 Layers per Unit Load max 1 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 34.50 FMC410 1 Cartons per Layer 1 Layers per Unit Load max 1 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 26.50 13.TABLE 3 TW SINGLE CARTON UNIT LOAD CONFIGURATION 70x48 & 90x48 FOOTPRINT FMC500 1 Cartons per Layer 1 Layers per Unit Load max 1 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 20.50 FMC600 1 Cartons per Layer 1 Layers per Unit Load max 1 Cartons per Unit Load max 1 Layer with Pallet 20.50 Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 15 14. FF-MODULAR PALLET SPECIFICATION All NAFTA shipments must conform to the following footprints: 45x48 Stringer Pallet 4 way entry Certified Heat Treated 63x48 Stringer Pallet 4 way entry Certified Heat Treated 70x48 Stringer Pallet 4 way entry Certified Heat Treated 90x48 Stringer Pallet 4 way entry Certified Heat Treated Pallets must be a full perimeter 4 way entry stringer pallets specifically for 53 trailer shipments. Alternate dimensions other than listed are NOT acceptable. Corrugated or alternate pallet materials are not acceptable unless approved by packaging engineering. Any pallet used in conjunction with cartons, with a larger foot print size than the standard pallet (i.e. special containers), must replicate the same design principles of the pallet except for foot print dimensions. Suppliers wooden packaging

must comply with the ISPM 15 standards when packaging material for shipping to all overseas countries and within North American. Suppliers must investigate all phytosanitary requirements and comply with any additional regulations that is specific to the country they are shipping to. . These regulations also affect emergency expendable shipments, so even if you are currently using durable, you also need to comply with your emergency shipment with Phytosanitary rules Treated wood packaging material must be marked with an official stamp identifying the type of treatment used (DB-HT or DB-MB), the ISO country code where applied e.g. GB, DE etc. and the registration number of the body which applied it. (See sample mark and definition of terms using links provided below). The wood packaging supplier is responsible for marking. Please note that the label should be outlined with border, as this is a mandatory requirement for certain regions. The treatment and marking requirements will not apply to wood packaging material (WPM) comprised wholly of processed wood such as plywood, fiberboard or similar products prepared using high-temperature, highpressure process. Please note, however, that WPDM such as this is still susceptible to infection post-production if handled or stored improperly. Note: Heat treating pallets with steam is not an acceptable process for ISPM 15 compliance. Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 16 EXAMPLE OF ACCEPTABLE ISPM15 MARKING: FACILITIY CODE (3 or 4 digits depending on your facility code) AGENCY CODE 11= PRL 15. UNIT LOAD CONSOLIDATION AND SHIPPING REQUIREMENTS Once the optimum NAFTA carton has been selected and is approved for your part - it is critical that you prepare and consolidate the cartons in the correct manner for shipment: 1. Unit loads must be constructed in accordance with FF requirements listed in this manual. 2. Pallet bases must conform to the specification in section 14. 3. The following general shipping guidelines must also be adhered to: Each carton must at least be labeled with FF standard shipping part number labels on two adjacent sides in the upper right hand corner. Maximum height of any unit load must not exceed 52 unless approved by Packaging Engineering. Reference section 8 to determine the appropriate maximum quantity of FMC boxes allowed on a pallet. Carton flaps must be completely sealed with tape or spot gluing. Kraft paper tape is required to assist in carton recyclability. All FMC Unit Loads must be designed for double stacking of the same weight for domestic shipments and triple stacking for warehousing purpose. Any deviation requires approval from the FF Packaging Engineer.

All modular carton loads must be secured to the pallet with plastic banding and/or clear plastic stretch wrap. A minimum of four bands are highly recommended to avoid carton shifting during transit. For safety reasons, under no circumstances should steel banding be used. If stretch wrap is used, several rotations around the base of the pallet are required to avoid carton shifting. Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 17 16. BANDING REQUIREMENTS INCORRECT Banding under pallet base (restricts fork access) CORRECT INCORRECT Ensure sufficient banding is applied to stabilize unit load Banding that passes completely under the pallet can be damaged by Fork Lift Trucks during handling operations and must be sufficiently tight to control the stack without creating deformation of the top carton. It is recommended that a spacer or load spreader is used on the top edges. Stretch Wrapping is an alternative to banding for unit loads, particularly for smaller cartons or light loads. The plastic wrapping should be applied to provide sufficient strength to the pack and be capable of retaining the cartons in correct alignment with the pallet base. CORRECT sufficient banding is applied to stabilize unit load Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 18 17. MIXED FMC # LOADS ARE PERMITTED CORRECT Mixed loads are only permitted when order quantity equals a full layer unit load must not exceed 52 18. PYRAMID STACKING IS NOT PERMITTED INCORRECT Unit loads layers can be reduced to stay with FF max UL weight requirements, but layers must remain even layers Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 19 19. BAR CODE LABEL LOCATION REQUIREMENTS Multi layer stackable cartons will require 2 labels per carton placed in the printed predetermined label locations. Single bulk cartons such as FMC 190, 240, 300, 310,

400, 410, 500, 600 will require 4 labels per carton. CORRECT Use standard (AIAG) barcode label required on all printed label locations associated with the selected FMC carton. 20. VENDOR REIMBURSEMENT FOR RETURNABLE SHORTAGE Section 20 applies ONLY to suppliers who are to normally ship in agreed upon returnable packaging. Reimbursement for suppliers who experience significant shortages of Faraday & Future returnable container fleets due to material orders that exceed the planned fleet size. Qualification Requirements: Expendable packaging must be FF FMC (NAFTA) compliant and engineered to replicate the part orientation, conveyance and container density of the normal returnable container. ALL exceptions to the FF FMC (North American) standards must have documented pre-approval by FF Packaging Engineering. Vendor must have documented concurrence from their FF Planner and Buyer that material requirements exceeded fleet capabilities. Expendable invoices must be submitted on a monthly basis within 30 days of the usage. Invoices must include the associated FF Shipment Numbers on commodities with FF managed freight. Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 20 Important Program Information: Parts normally shipped via FF FMC expendable packaging are not included in this program; FF policy dictates that normal expendable packaging be included in material cost and is paid on a per unit basis with material orders. Expendable packaging unit cost will not be reimbursed at above FF recommended packaging vendor blanket pricing levels for FMC containers. Invoices submitted to FF more than 30 days after the month of shipment will not be reimbursed. Payment terms are net 90 from receipt of invoice and supporting information described above. This program is intended to support significant returnable fleet shortfalls; support for bank builds, packaging obsolescence, or run ahead actions should be negotiated with the FF Buyer. 21. CORROSION PREVENTION OVERVIEW Corrosion can be caused by various circumstances, which may have no direct influence or obvious impact. Many of these circumstances are inherent to manufacturing, handling and shipping processes. Environmental conditions can play a critical role in the manifestation of corrosion by accelerating any caustic elements on the part surface. Thus, it is critical the appropriate measures be considered when developing a corrosion inhibiting system for domestic shipments. Corrosion inhibiting materials, such as Volatile Corrosive Inhibitor (VCI), must be used where rusting and corrosion is a risk. When developing a corrosion inhibiting system for your components, it is recommend the following measures be considered: component material properties (ferrous steel, etc.), part surface cleanliness and dryness (pack only dry and clean parts), part temperature (if possible, look to insure parts are ambient temperature before packaging), handling process (wear clean, lint free gloves

when handling parts) and environmental conditions of the supply chain (temperature, humidity, volatility of climate conditions, storage conditions, transportation mode, etc.). Look to prevent part to wood, paper or corrugate contact to prevent acidic contamination that can cause corrosion. Suppliers who are in need for support to establish the appropriate corrosion protection method may address a third party who specializes in corrosion management/protection products and services, or their FF packaging engineer. Some regions can provide an awareness guide for corrosion protection, which can give you an introduction to this subject but you have to consider: The selection of best suited corrosion prevention method for ensuring component quality till the point of use remains with you - the supplier of the product. Please utilize Zersust (FF preferred) as your supplier of VCI packaging materials. Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 21 22. FINAL NAFTA PACKAGING CHECKLIST To ensure that you have used these Packaging Guidelines correctly please use the following checklist to tick off that all key steps have been undertaken. Note: Compliance with this checklist does not relieve you from the other obligatory content of these packaging terms and conditions but shall give you an overview on key steps. 1. Did you obtain and read the latest NAFTA Packaging Terms and Conditions document? 2. Did you select a provisional NAFTA packaging specification using the guidelines, and the table of available FMC cartons? 3. Did you complete a FF Supplier Packaging Proposal and submit to FF Buyer and FF Packaging Engineering for provisional approval? 4. Did you receive a 'provisional approval' for this proposal by FF? 5. Did you use the appropriate printing, pallet base, and labels to be used when shipping this packaging? 6. Did you select the appropriate supplier(s) that can provide each of the above and can support your shipping volumes and dates? 7. Did you select a packaging supplier that can provide the approved carton to the performance specification detailed in Table 1, 2, and 3? 8. Did you select the appropriate corrosion protection method been selected to ensure part quality? 9. Has appropriate training for warehouse staff been considered to ensure that consolidation and shipping guidelines are complied with.

10. Did you document any internal processes to ensure that domestic shipments are always shipped to the approved specification? 11. Did you inform FF regarding your first compliant shipment for audit and evaluation? 12. If you proposed a returnable container solution did you note on FF Supplier Packaging Engineering in addition to providing expendable plan? Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 22 23. FF NAFTA PACKAGING - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Who is responsible for implementing FMC packaging? It is the supplier's responsibility to work with their corrugated box and pallet sources to develop packaging, including interior dunnage, that will provide adequate strength, allow safe handling, and ensure product quality to the point of use. What is the purpose of submitting a FF PACKAGING PROPOSAL? The data is used by FF Packaging engineering to evaluate if your proposed dimensions and weights are in line with the FMC strategy. If these characteristics are in line with the guidelines "provisional or final approval" will be granted. If FF approved my packaging specification and it fails during implementation is it FFs responsibility? No, approval means that FF Packaging Engineering agrees that your domestic packaging proposal meets FF box dimensions and weight limit requirements. It is the suppliers' responsibility to ensure that the appropriate board grades, dunnage, corrosion protection, etc. is implemented to ensure quality. What are the key FMC requirements? Outside carton dimensions must conform to the FF specified FMC sizes, FMC number printed on two sides of carton a long with the FF logo, FMC stringer pallet, and shipping labels. Outside carton dimensions (L x W x H) must conform to the FF specified FMC # sizes to allow unit load cubing using boxes from FMC specified pallet design provides a "picture frame bottom" to evenly distribute weight of pallet along the perimeter Why are FMCs required for NAFTA shipments? The FF FMC NAFTA packaging standard is required for all shipments in 53 containers in order to standardize consolidation packaging methods, maintain quality, maximize freight cube utilization, and to ensure that packaging is acceptable and adaptable to local market conditions. How do I obtain updated copies of the latest FMC documentation? Updated documents are located in the Guideline section of the Supplier Portal (planned), refer to FF Logistics Routing Guide (link on PO planned) or e-mail [email protected] Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 23 DUNNAGE, PALLETS, BOX STRENGTH, QUANTITIES What dunnage (corner posts, cell dividers, bags, foam, VCI, etc.) is required? It is the suppliers' responsibility to determine the appropriate dunnage needed to ensure quality. Can I use alternative pallet materials, designs, or sizes? No, all pallets must be made of wood and ISPM 15 heat-treated. Corrugated and plastic pallets are not allowed for domestic shipments. All standard FMC sizes must be shipped on the FMC pallet. What if our parts are too heavy for the standard FMC boxes? Suppliers that exceed the FF Packaging Engineering recommended weight limits are required to add additional strength to the carton in terms of increased board grade, corrugated box design, dunnage, or corner posts, etc. Remember, the responsibility for ensuring component quality from your plant to the point of use remains with you the supplier of the product. How do I determine an appropriate standard carton quantity? Standard packaging quantities need to be established based on the following

principles: annual estimated volume for the program, line feed requirements, right sizing principles, weight limit requirements, and optimum carton density rather than a specific quantity limit. What if I can't achieve 95% cube utilization within the carton? FF Packaging Engineering understands that dictated carton sizes do not accommodate all parts. If you are having trouble selecting a FMC pack that optimizes density please contact FF Packaging Engineering. Digital photos of your part, current packaging, and proposed packaging are often required for FF to evaluate your situation. What if my NAFTA releases have large fluctuations? Since there are often large fluctuations in release quantities for NAFTA part-by-part programs, FMC standard pack quantities need to be defined to accommodate your average domestic release quantity. Once a standard pack quantity is defined, what if I get an order for fewer pieces? Once a standard pack is defined, all shipments must be made to accommodate a minimum of one carton. In case of any phase out or pre build shipment the release quantity may be less than the carton pack quantity and needs to be shipped as per release. Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 24 What if my unit load quantity exceeds the average weekly requirements? Your packaging specification must be submitted based on a full unit load quantity. However, your release quantity will be in the form of a carton, layer or unit load quantities. FMC PRINTING Why do I have to print the FMC number on the box? The FMC number is used by FF consolidation centers to sort FMC and Non-FMC material. The number is then used to determine the appropriate cubing method to apply when building up unit loads. Should the FMC number be printed on the adjacent or opposite sides of the carton? Print on opposite sides of the box along the length panel of the box. How large does the FMC printing have to be? The size of the printing depends on the FMC box number used. Please refer to FF Graphic Guidelines for specific information. PACKAGING PERFORMANCE TESTING Is FMC packaging testing required prior to implementation? Testing is only required as needed. Unless otherwise directed by FF it is up you, the supplier, to determine the amount and types of testing that will be needed. How do I conduct testing? As the supplier, you are the expert on your specific parts sensitive features. It is up to the supplier to determine the appropriate testing methods and work with your preferred testing labs to adequately test NAFTA packaging. TRIAL SHIPMENTS How should I conduct a trial shipment? FF Packaging Engineering highly recommends that any trial shipment be shipped in accordance to your domestic releases. If you conduct a trail shipment, be sure to contact FF Packaging Engineering. Failure to contact the appropriate engineer will result in your package flowing through the transportation network without inspection. Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 25 FMC SPECIAL CASE DESIGN What if all FMC sizes dont accommodate my part, when is a Special Case FMC allowed? Special Case Modular Cartons are only allowed when none of the FMC sizes will meet the unique needs of specific parts. Remember, the primary objective of the FMC program is to facilitate direct material loading into the 53 container. This means that you must select the appropriate packaging material and dimensions to ensure stack

ability within the standard 53 container. The 48" (or 96") width is the most critical dimension due to the fact that the width dimension of a 53 Container is 96". This dimension must be held in order to load cartons side by side in a 53 container. The 52" maximum unit load height is second critical dimension because of the 53 trailer usable door opening of 104". The length is least critical dimension is of the carton. Try to design the length as close to 45, 63, 70, and 90 as possible. All Special Case FMC Sizes must be approved by FF Packaging Engineering. What are the FMC Special Case Printing requirements? FMC cartons need to be labeled with the appropriate FMC number. Any Special Case cartons must substitute the required Modular Carton Number with the letters "SC" (Special Case), followed by the FMC SC number assigned by a FF Packaging Engineer. Example: FMC200 to FMC-SC6000 SPECIAL PACKAGING DESIGN What if my parts require packaging other than corrugated carton? If your part requires special packaging please contact your FF Packaging Engineer to discuss and select another alternative (e.g. returnable container, expendable steel rack, wood crate, etc.). If the alternative pack requires a different commercial agreement this must be approved by the FF Buyer prior to packaging approval. COMMERCIAL ISSUES Is there a FF preferred source to procure FMC boxes and pallets? Packaging Concepts & Design (PC&D) is the preferred company for FMC standard cartons, FMC special case cartons, pallets and accessories for your packaging. Refer to Section 24 for contact information or other approved sources. Is there a FF preferred source to procure VCI for Rust sensitive parts? Please utilize Zerust for all packaging required for VCI parts. What if there are commercial issues regarding implementation of FMCs? All commercial issues must be handled through your designated Faraday Buyer. The FMC program has the support of FF Purchasing Management worldwide. Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 26 24. CONTACTS & NAFTA PACKAGING SOURCE NORTH AMERICA FF CONTACT LIST Please e-mail [email protected] for any packaging related questions or concerns. *PREFERRED FF NORTH AMERICAN EXPENDABLE PACKAGING SUPPLIERS SUPPLIER NAME FUNCTION PHONE E-MAIL Packaging Concepts & Design (PC&D) FMC, IMC & Special Case Corrugated Designs Steve Ford Sales (248) 640-6337 [email protected] Zerust a Division of NTIC Mark Roberson Sales

(913) 461-3033 [email protected] *Potential suppliers utilize existing tooling which may reduce total cost. Supplier may use existing packaging supplier if all specifications can be met at an equal or lower cost PC&D Manufacturing Facilities Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 27 ATTACHMENT A. SUPPLIER PACKAGING PROPOSAL FORM Instructions 1. Open the packaging proposal form by double-clicking on the excel icon below on the left side of this page 2. Please complete ALL information included in the document. If information is not available, please type in N/A in the field refer to example in bottom right 3. Minimum of 1 part picture and 2 packaging pictures required 4. Once form has been completed, please send excel file to [email protected] any questions can also be directed here EX AM PL E Packaging Proposal Form click below to open Packaging Proposal Form Copyright 2015 Faraday & Future Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary and confidential business information subject to and disclosed under applicable Non-disclosure 28

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