Imagine for 10 years, you have sold your metal goods to a customer with nothing more than calls and handshakes. Your customer, in turn, sells your goods to his buyer. For as long as you can remember, your customer and the end-users have been very happy with your service and the quality of your metal. However, the end-user now claims the metal in your most recent shipment is defective and is demanding their money back, and taking their business elsewhere. Now, your customer is suing you, and the relationship that had been so profitable for so long is on the rocks. Although long-lasting relationships with your customers are the goal, problems can arise. Therefore, sellers must protect themselves in all relationships with a strong, well-written sales contract.
With the continued growth and evolution of Advanced Manufacturing International, Inc. (AMI), the