Using Outside Vendors to Broaden the Product Line

Companies engaged in distribution activities may manufacture their own products and/or enter into agreements with third parties to distribute the products of those parties.  These contracts with third parties are generally referred to as vendor agreements, althought they may also be called distributorship agreements for obvious reasons.  In any case, these arrangements with outside vendors are a good way for companies to broaden their product line, a theme discussed in greater detail in this week's report.

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