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What's a product supply agreement?
A product supply agreement, sometimes called a supply agreement, defines the rights and responsibilities of a company that will supply goods (usually a manufacturer or wholesale distributor) and another that will receive them to sell at retail. This agreement is meant to clarify the terms of product orders. This helps to set and keep the supply moving in the time frames and inventory amounts that are best for both businesses' interests.
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Who it's coming from
Have the business name and address ready.
Who it's going to
Know who this doc is going to and have their contact info handy.
Which state will govern it
Specify the state so it's clear what laws apply.
Be clear about how long each party has to notify the other about missing products, damaged merchandise, changes in inventory, or disputes.
Know exactly what product lines are to be provided, the frequency they will be shipped, trademark information, and prices per unit.