This range of UK manufacturing agreements are designed to protect either the manufacturer or customer and cover such issues as development work and final product assembly.
You are a manufacturer. You have been asked to design and manufacture any product. Use for engineered product, clothes, furniture or anything else.
This contract is for use by any business, to regulate a deal for design and manufacture of any product. Use for engineered product, clothes, furniture or anything else.
A contract for a fashion or FMCG business, for design and make up. Use for clothing, shoes, non-regulated medicines, cosmetics, toys, nursery products and many more.
A food product development and manufacturing agreement also suitable for drinks, skin care, and other regulated products. You have the ideas.
This manufacturing agreement is for use by any business, to order manufacture of any product. Use for engineered product, clothes, furniture or anything else.
This agreement covers an arrangement whereby you have some complete unit or most of the parts and you want some other firm, maybe abroad, to add other parts, mark, pack, and make up ready for the market.
This contract is for use by a business in any industry, to regulate a deal for design and manufacture of a prototype product. That could be anything from a range of fashion items to a steering system for railway carriages.
This manufacturing agreement is for use by any business, for any product. Use for engineered product, clothes, furniture or anything else.
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