There are good reasons why companies make broadcasting agreements. Retail stores are good outlets for new products that need to be tested for market demand. When shipping conditions are applied, merchants do not need to invest initial capital in the purchase of the shipped product. They come with the product and must not be transferred until after the sale of the product. New products with high valuations will build confidence in manufacturers who, in turn, will take the risk of transferring new products to trade. However, a number of general conditions are required between the sender and the recipient. The manufacturer may require retailers to invest in product promotion. Compliance with certain conditions is required of the customs authorities and VAT. Due to EU VAT legislation, it is easier to have a freight fleet between EU countries. The distributor is required to keep accurate accounts, but is unnecessary to have a warehouse connected.  Like all other companies, shipping will have its own advantages and pitfalls. At the beginning of the project, the sender and recipient should formalize their relationship with a supply contract.
This would minimize the risks inherent in business transactions and maximize benefits for both parties. A delivery contract is an agreement between a recipient and a shipper for the storage, transfer, sale or resale and use of the goods. The recipient may take goods from the shipment stock to the sender for use or resale, in accordance with the terms negotiated in the delivery contract. Unsold goods are usually returned by the shipper to the sender. The sender must indicate a minimum price for the shipping product. If the recipient sells the product at a lower price, the sender is entitled to the same payment of the minimum price specified in the agreement. The recipient can sell the product below the minimum price, but provided the sender receives the agreed total minimum price. This agreement reduces the risk to the exporter, as he remains the owner of the stored products. The trader does not have to pay until he has sold the goods, so he improves his cash flow.