The supplier may provide the distributor with certain confidential or protected information (“confidential information”). Confidential information includes information, whether written, electronic or oral, that the distributor knows is a proprietary, confidential or commercial trade secret of the supplier, including all technical or commercial information, software, including its source code and documentation, specifications and design information for suppliers, maintenance information, customer lists , price information, marketing information, policies, procedures and manuals through distributors or distribution channels. , research and development and other proprietary substances related to supplier products or supplier activities. The distributor will refrain from using the confidential information unless necessary to exercise its rights or fulfill its obligations under this Agreement. The distributor will also limit the disclosure of confidential information to those who must be aware of such confidential information in order to enable the distributor to comply with its obligations and to enjoy the rights conferred on it by this agreement. These persons are informed of the provisions of this section and agree with them and the distributor remains responsible for any unauthorized use or disclosure of confidential information by any of them. At the end of the agreement (or earlier, at the supplier`s request), the distributor will stop using all confidential information and immediately destroy the supplier (or destroy it, at the supplier`s request) all documents (written or electronic) in its possession or control, which constitute confidential information. During the duration of the agreement and thereafter, neither distributors, employees, independent contractors, nor any other representative (a) may redevelop, decompinate or otherwise disassemble the products of the supplier of the products themselves or other information made available to them, or (b) do not use any other confidential information or supplier that has provided training to the assistance. , to maintain or maintain third-party products or services. A typical distribution contract is the agreement between the services responsible for the delivery of goods and the agencies responsible for the distribution of goods.
The supplier may be a manufacturer, seller or other distributor who resells the goods. Distributors may be one entity or several separate entities. They are usually a company or entity responsible for both the sale and marketing of the product. The sale can be made either to end customers or to other distributors. Unlike the exclusive distribution contract, the submission of the non-exclusive distribution agreement allows the manufacturer to grant several companies the distribution rights for the resale of the products or services concerned in a given market. If you enter into a typical non-exclusive agreement, you can count on competition between different distributors when selling products and services.