B. The distributor will at all times maintain adequate stocks of the manufacturer`s products and will energetically and effectively encourage the sale of the manufacturer`s products through all dominant distribution channels in the territory, in accordance with the manufacturer`s established marketing guidelines and programs. The distributor will do everything in its power to sell the manufacturer`s products to aggressive, serious and financially responsible distributors, who offer a satisfactory consumer service throughout the distributor`s primary marketing range. The distributor has the right to conclude with its distributors written agreements on the purchase, resale and service of products from the manufacturer on forms approved for this purpose by the manufacturer. However, the risk of pick-up from merchants is exclusively that of the merchant. Under no circumstances may the distributor reimburse the manufacturer for unpaid invoices from a distributor. To put it simply, distribution works in chains. In an ideal world, it all starts with the manufacturer who manufactures the goods to be distributed. The manufacturer then uses the services of a distributor to deliver the finished product to different retailers in a given region, with expectations and guidelines on how to achieve this. Distribution can also be done by established merchants who buy items directly from manufacturers and resell them to other merchants across the line….