In today’s market, product-based companies are increasingly looking to outsource the production of their products. Rather than building costly manufacturing plants and dealing with the related operational challenges, businesses are turning to both domestic and foreign specialty product manufacturers.
While that approach preserves capital and outsources the daily headaches associated with the production process, it is not without risk. A business is literally placing its future in the hands of its chosen manufacturing partner. To help ensure a good outcome, a well-structured and drafted manufacturing agreement is critical.
Snell & Wilmer invites you to the next program in the Emerging Business Seminar Series, where partners Brian Burt and Brett Johnson will discuss structuring of supply and manufacturing agreements.
Topics for this complimentary seminar include:
- Basic Manufacturing terms
- Pricing and protection against price increases
- Ensuring products are manufactured in accordance with specifications and delivered on-time
- Term and termination
- Volume and capacity
- Warranties, quality control and recalls
- Intellectual property ownership
- Manufacturing products in foreign countries
For more information and RSVP instructions for this seminar, select this link.