The order from the distributor`s supplier to Section 1 of this agreement is an exclusive date for the distribution of products in the territory. The supplier is not authorized to promote, recruit and sell supplier products independently, to support supplier products or to designate additional distributors for supplier products in the territory. 3. The supplier designates the distributor as a [exclusive/non-exclusive] distributor for the duration of this contract for the sale and distribution of products throughout and over the country. The distributor maintains or will wait for the distribution staff for the distribution of the products processed by the distributor. d. Terms of sale. All sales made by the company are in accordance with the terms of this agreement. The two agreements still share some complex clauses, such as territorial rights and the circumstances that lead to the termination of the contract. Unlike the distribution contract, however, the sales contract can continue to go into details such as means of payment, dealer liability, delivery dates and more. The supplier has the right to transfer such a buyback option to any other person it can name. The distributor must not be paid to the distributor for loss of earnings, value or good re-account, customers or similar or other similar or non-similar goods, advertising costs, drawing or delivery fees, employee termination fees, employee salaries and similar or other similar or other similar goods. Under no circumstances can the distributor present itself as a distributor or representative, even after the termination of this agreement.
The supplier is not liable to the distributor due to a supplier termination. The distributor frees and releases the supplier from any liability, loss, damage and cost (including reasonable legal fees) and the unscathed resulting from a claim by the distributor or a third party that is within the distributor`s right to enjoy a right of law contrary to the express conditions of this section. The distributor maintains accurate records of all of its activities to the extent reasonably necessary to determine compliance with the terms of this agreement, including accounting documents, customer sales documents and administrative returns. The distributor keeps these records for at least a period of three years from their preparation or preparation. For the duration of the agreement and for a period of eighteen months after, the supplier has the right to verify and verify these records. Distribution is certainly unsuspected, but it is the vital artery of many companies and businesses. This is one of the reasons why we can buy iPhones from anywhere in the U.S., although they are made in China, and the main reason why your favorite brand of chips is still fully equipped, even in the smallest supermarket in your county, regardless of season and distance. Distribution is just how manufacturers can move their products to sellers and consumers at ground level, which means it`s very important.