F. Product resale. The distributor is free to resell the products at such prices and on terms that the distributor deems appropriate. The company has no control or liability in relation to the price at which the distributor resells the products, and the distributor maintains the company unscathed and frees the company from and against any resulting liability. The distributor agrees that it will carefully provide the services and obligations described in this agreement. The distributor`s activity is subject to its exclusive and exclusive control, including, but not limited, to the monitoring and liability of personnel-related expenses. The distributor will make the best reasonable efforts to distribute the products in the territory. In the event of termination of this agreement for any reason, the following provisions apply: (a) the supplier has the right to immediately appoint another distributor to serve existing customers and to continue sales efforts in the territory; (b) the supplier may continue to fulfill the distributor`s orders that were accepted by the supplier prior to the termination of this contract pursuant to the terms of this agreement; (c) all balances owed by the distributor to the supplier are due immediately and must be paid to the supplier; (d) Both parties refrain at any time from any conduct that is inconsistent with the nature of their business relationship or that could cause confusion; (e) all rights granted to the distributor under this contract are extinguished and, if necessary, reset to the supplier; and (f) The supplier has the right, at its sole discretion, but is under no obligation (if required by law) to verify and repurchase all or quantity of the supplier`s products (including demonstration products and parts for the service of supplier products), which are then owned or ordered, to a lesser extent (i) of the initial price paid by the distributor for these supplier products. , or (ii) at the current price at the distributor and at (i) or (ii), net of any cost of filling or remediation. Unlike the exclusive distribution contract, the submission of the non-exclusive distribution agreement allows the manufacturer to grant several companies the distribution rights for the resale of the products or services concerned in a given market. If you enter into a typical non-exclusive agreement, you can count on competition between different distributors when selling products and services.
While it may be suspected that non-exclusive distributors do not have the overall comfort of the exclusive relationship, non-exclusive opportunities offer substantial competition. This, in turn, proves to be a great motivation for the units concerned. Another advantage of working in a typical non-exclusive agreement is that companies are able to share the business development process within a certain target market with other non-exclusive distributors or resellers. This significantly reduces marketing and start-up costs. Expand the range of your products by appointing a distributor with this distribution agreement.