ACCORDINGLY, the Parties have ensured that this Agreement is executed on the day and year in which they were first written. To put it simply, distribution works in chains. In an ideal world, it all starts with the manufacturer who manufactures the goods to be distributed. The manufacturer then uses the services of a distributor to deliver the finished product to different retailers in a given region, with expectations and guidelines on how to achieve this. Distribution can also be provided by established distributors who buy items directly from manufacturers and resell them to other resellers throughout the line. In this case too, a distribution contract is drawn up at an early stage. The conditions set out in this Agreement relate only to their relationship in their singularity. Distributors receive a single document, the commercial agreement that better fits their work, which includes the purchase of products directly by distributors and their sale at the level of resellers or as value-added resellers. An exclusive distribution agreement allows the manufacturer or supplier to designate distribution rights to a single entity. An exclusive distributor may resell the products or services in question on a given marketplace. And suppliers and manufacturers benefit from the lack of competition from other sellers in the field of distribution. A great advantage of working with an exclusive distribution agreement is that you are in partnership for a fixed period of time if you are working on the sale of products or services in the relevant market. It is known that exclusive distribution agreements oblige both the manufacturer and the exclusive distributor to succeed.
Each of the units has the opportunity to invest in the given relationship, while collaborating on the distribution and marketing processes. In the everyday sense of the term, distribution contracts are regularly used by manufacturers and distributors to avoid business uncertainty and to ensure that supply is necessary. Distribution agreements are seen as a favourable contract between two or more parties as a form of protection for the future, given that one party can sue the other party if they do not comply with the guidelines and outcomes agreed in the previously signed distribution agreement. . . .