Each of the provisions of the customer`s delivery contract is evaluated on a scale of four points:1 – World Class2 – Recommended changes3 – No availability4 – Immediate operation recommended (Proposed language, if available is hyperlinked)In percentage Commercial guarantees – Conditions and prices must depend on the granting to the supplier of a minimum percentage of the available activity, not absolute amounts of dollars or coins. The best prices – Get the status of the most popular customer and guarantee the best price offered in any volume. Price Reduction Formula – The agreement is expected to provide for price reductions (or discounts) for business levels well above initial expectations. Existing orders – Contractual terms should apply to all future deliveries, whether for existing orders or new orders. Demand-Pull Scheduling (aka Just-in-Time) – Should schedule weekly releases with a one-week delay. Schedule Sharing – The supplier must receive non-binding forecasting and inventory information for 12 months per week. Upside guarantees – The agreement should include explicit commitments for the supplier to support short-term schedule increases. Punctual delivery – The supplier must be required to deliver on time (within a reasonable tolerance) on specific dates. Essential Liability – Liability for termination, cancellation or technical modification should not be limited to the duration of the supplier`s factory cycle, plus shipping. Exceptions may be made for single materials, limited to the aforementioned parameters at this level.