Some distribution agreements are excessive internationally, so many large technology distribution companies have set up subsidiaries around the world. The distributor shall fix the selling price and royalties at which it sells or licenses the supplier products in the territory. The distributor is solely responsible for the costs related to the distribution of the supplier products, including selling costs, import duties, all bank charges, shipping and processing costs, installation or other operating costs, accreditation fees, transfer fees and other payment-related fees, as well as taxes, except for the fact that the merchant is not held responsible for taxes based on the supplier`s income. The negotiation of this agreement must take into account both the commercial value or goodwill of the products and the exclusivity of the territories. Exclusivity means that only one distributor processes your products in a given geographical area for a certain period of time, in accordance with the distribution agreement. If no time limit is indicated, the exclusivity clause is considered permanent. The agency distribution contract defines the agent`s remuneration as a result of the manufacturer`s sales that fall within the agent`s distribution area. Commissions may vary depending on the volume and value of sales transactions. Distributor is not permitted to print, mail or use letterheads, business cards, literature, signage or other presentations on behalf of supplier (or any of its affiliates), or to present itself as a supplier (or any of its affiliates) or to make commitments on behalf of the supplier (or any of its related companies). Distributor fully agrees that this Agreement does not grant a license for the use of the Supplier (or any of the trademarks, trade names, service marks or logos of its related companies (together the «Supplier Marks»). However, the distributor may indicate in its promotional and marketing materials that it is a distributor of supplier products and may, if necessary, use the supplier brands in its sales/marketing efforts. At the request of the supplier, the distributor will place brand, copyright and patent notices in its advertisements, advertising brochures and other marketing materials for the supplier products.

The supplier reserves the right to check the distributor`s sales and marketing materials before they are published or used. The distributor has no rights on the basis of such use or reference, and all these rights, including goodwill, benefit the supplier and have gone. In short, a distribution agreement is a tool that allows you to facilitate your corporate partnerships! To obtain specific original products from the manufacturer or supplier to the end customer, the direct marketing of such products or services is necessary.. . . .