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A Supply of Goods Agreement is a document between two commercial parties, a Supplier and a Customer. The Supplier can be a sole trader (i.e. an individual), a partnership or a corporate entity (i.e. a company) that "supplies" the goods to the Customer. Conversely, the Customer is the party that purchases the goods from the Supplier via submitted orders. A Supply of Goods Agreement is usually used for goods that are not readily available to buy in-store, hence they have to be made for the Customer according to descriptions in the Supplier's catalogue/brochure or according to the Customer's specifications. The Customer can also be a sole trader (i.e. an individual), a partnership or a corporate entity (i.e. a company).
This agreement outlines the parties' expectations for the production and sale of the goods and the obligations and responsibilities they will bear for the duration of the agreement. This agreement can be used where the Customer makes a one-time purchase of the goods from the Supplier or where the Customer wishes to make recurring orders with the Supplier.
Unlike a Sale of Goods Agreement which is used where the parties are contracting just for the sale of goods (which includes any type of goods), this document is intended for use where the goods will be produced and then supplied by the Supplier. Additionally, this document can be used where the supply is for any kind of goods or products.
As this document is intended for use between commercial parties, it is common place for it to be used alongside a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) as a means of imposing the confidentiality obligations contained in this Supply of Goods Agreement.
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This document can be used when a Supplier and a Customer intend to enter into a new contract for the Supplier to manufacture and supply specific goods to the Customer.
This document provides the parties with the opportunity to fill in the details that are relevant to the agreement, including:
When this document has been filled out, it should be printed, signed by both parties, and each party should keep a signed copy of the agreement.
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