Each determination of the customer delivery contract is evaluated on a four-point scale:1 – World Class2 – Recommended Changes3 – No provision4 – Recommended Immediate Surgery (recommended language where it is hyper-linked) Percentage of business guarantees – Terms and prices should be based on the fact that suppliers must grant a minimum percentage of the company available, not a dollar or an absolute unit volume. Best Pricing – Get the customer`s most preferred status and guarantee the best price for each volume. Lower formula prices – The agreement is expected to provide for price reductions (or discounts) for business levels that are well above initial expectations. Existing orders – the terms of the contract should apply to future deliveries, whether for existing orders or new contracts. The Cheduling Request-pull (AKA Just-in-Time) – Should allow weekly publications with a one-week delay. Calendar Authorization – Suppliers must receive 12 months per week, non-binding forecasts and inventory information. Upside Guarantees – The agreement should include explicit obligations for suppliers to support short-term increases. On-time delivery – The supplier should be required to provide dates on time (within a reasonable tolerance). Material responsibility – Responsibility in the event of termination, cancellation or technical change should not be limited to more than the duration of the supplier`s factory cycle plus shipping.

Exceptions may be made for unique materials limited to the parameters mentioned above at this level. Cycle/lead time reduction – If the time frames are initially longer than one week, there should be an explicit roadmap to achieve this over the duration of the agreement. Delivery agreement – The supplier requires the supplier to send equipment to the BUYER plant until it is consumed in production. Better conditions – If the most favorite customer is and guarantees the best terms offered. Discount Conditions – Preferred conditions are 2% net 10 days. Packaging – Packaging must comply with a BUYER specification that facilitates storage and handling after the fact. Lot size – The supplier must be required to deliver in batches that correspond to the use of production and can be easily modified. Freight – The supplier should be required to pay for the freight at the BUYER wharf. Freight Account – If the BUYER is to be shipped, it is best to apply the fee to BUYER`s account, which increases the discounts based on the volume of BUYER. Actual transportation costs – In cases where BUYER has to bear the shipping costs on the supplier`s account, this should be a real cost after the discounts that the carrier makes available to the supplier Documents (transportation contracts, etc.) – The provision of all necessary documents should be delineated in the contract. Responsibility for tool maintenance – The supplier should be required to maintain all BUYER tools, keep appropriate records and regularly report. EDI Support – The supplier should take over the supply of EDI.

In addition, in cases where the supplier`s e-commerce capabilities are greater than THE BUYER, the supplier should support the conversion/update of Buyer`s capacity. Recipient Partners/Affiliates – All provisions of the agreement must be made available to buyer partners and production partners. No-Questions RMA – BUYER should have the right to return the defective product without waiting for an RMA. Guarantee – The supplier should guarantee the materials and treatment for at least 3 years. Termination clause – Each party should have the right to resign if the other party becomes insolvent. Delay Cancellation – Each party should have the right to terminate the contract in the event of an irrevocable breach of the contract. Continuity of delivery – The supplier should be required to deliver once completed for the life of the product. Performance penalties – the supplier should be punished with force majeure in the event of delayed delivery and default (by delivery) – circumstances that are not properly controlled by one of the parties should constitute grounds for suspension of obligations.

Time-of-the-Essence – The timely completion of