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A Manufacturing Agreement is a document between two parties, a Supplier and a Buyer. The Supplier can be an individual or business and is the party that "supplies," or manufactures, the goods to the Buyer. The Buyer is the party that orders the goods. The goods in a Manufacturing Agreement are not like those carried in a store, they are made for just for Buyer and Buyer's specifications. The Buyer can also be an individual or a business.
Within these agreements, the Supplier and the Buyer outline their expectations for the manufacture and sale of the goods, as well as the general behavior and bounds of the relationship between them.
This Manufacturing Agreement can be used for a Buyer that wishes to make a one-time purchase of goods from a Supplier, as well as for a Buyer that wishes to make one initial order and have that be the start of multiple orders with the same Supplier.
This document is different than a Sale of Goods Agreement, because there, the parties are contracting for just the sale of goods (which can be any goods) and not specifically the manufacture of special goods for the Buyer. This is also different than a Distribution Agreement, because there, a supplier of goods is giving them to another party, the distributor, to either re-sell or distribute to additional retail locations so they can be re-sold.
How to use this document
This document can be used when a Supplier and Buyer are getting ready to enter into a new contract for the Supplier to manufacture certain goods to Buyer's specifications.
In this document, the parties' identifying details will be entered, such as whether they are individuals or businesses, and their respective addresses and contact information. Then, the most important parts of the document will be entered: the details of the goods. A description of the goods, specifications, price, and the number being ordered are just some of the information this document covers.
When this agreement is filled out, it should be printed, signed by both parties, and a copy should be kept with each.
Manufacturing Agreements in the United States are subject to both Federal laws and specific state laws, which cover general contract principles like formation and mutual understanding. Federal laws may restrict what items may be underlying the contract (for example, no one may not contract to manufacture or sell anything illegal), but individual state laws may govern the interpretation of the contract in case of a dispute.
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