This contract aims to establish long-term contracts (i.e. one year or more) between a manufacturer (hereinafter referred to as supplier) and its customer (buyer) for the supply of products at predefined prices. Transactions are carried out by regular orders (every month or every three months, etc.). The contract sets out the minimum and maximum amounts to be provided as well as a series of alternatives for adjusting the price at the end of each year during the term of the contract. . The contract applies to two different types of supply: (a) the regular purchase of products (raw materials, components, etc.) that the buyer must include in the manufacturing process of its own products; (b) the regular purchase of products that the buyer must sell elsewhere under its own brand and without substantial modification in order to complete its range of products. Search results: 186. Correct: 186. Elapsed time: 169 ms.
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