Supply AgreementThe Supply Agreement sets out the relationship between you, a supplier, and the businesses purchasing the products you are supplying.
The Supply Agreement sets out the relationship between you, as a supplier, and the businesses that have purchased products that you are supplying to them. The Supply Agreement also sets out the important legal terms, such as clauses on supply and delivery of products, KPIs and reporting, Indemnities and more. The agreement provides suppliers and their clients with certainty over the supply of products, time, cost, and delivery.
Use this Supply Agreement if:
- You are supplying products to another party;
- You want to ensure, as a supplier, that the supplying of products to your clients is accurately reported and delivered as planned; and
- You are looking to eliminate any confusion about each party’s rights and obligations.
What does the Supply Agreement cover?
- The nature of the services to be performed;
- Placement of orders and supply of products;
- Price and payment;
- KPIs and reporting; and
- Relevant warranties and indemnities.
Other names for Supply Agreement include:
- Product Supply Agreement;
- Supplier Agreement;
- Supply Contract.