Distribution Agreement This Distribution Agreement (this ”Agreement”) is established and effective from [Effective Date] by [Sender.Company], a company [Sender.Country] with an address at [Sender.Address] (”Company”) and [Client.Company], a company [Client.Country], with an address under [Client.Address] (”Distributor”). A contract between the manufacturer and the distributor is called distributor agreement.3 min Read Of course, this list is only a short selection of the important contractual terms you will find in an international trade agreement. Such agreements should always be tailored to the individual needs of each party. To find the most advantageous distribution for you, it is important that you understand the differences between an exclusive contract and a non-exclusive distribution agreement. There are specific pros and cons for any type of contract that you can read before signing. A typical distribution contract is the agreement between the bodies responsible for the delivery of the goods and the bodies responsible for the distribution of the goods. The supplier may be a manufacturer, seller or other distributor who resells the goods. Distributors can be a single entity or several separate entities. You are usually a company or entity responsible for both selling and marketing the product.
The sale can be made either to end customers or to other distributors. The manufacturer or seller must also determine whether the distribution agreement is exclusive or not. In an exclusive agreement, the designated distributor is the only distributor with the right to sell the product within a given geographic region or in more than one region. If the agreement is not exclusive, the manufacturer or seller may supply other distributors who sometimes compete in the same market. A distribution contract can be international. The largest electronics and IT distributors, including Arrow Electronics, Avnet, Ingram Micro, and Tech Data, operate subsidiaries in a number of countries for wide geographic coverage. . . .