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Blockbuster's revenue-sharing contract might represent an example of an application. See for example here.


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In terms of the theory of buyback contracts (i.e., the math), it doesn't matter what the party doing the "buying back" (the manufacturer, in your question) does with the goods. They can resell them, dispose of them, rework them, etc. In fact, in practice, the other firm isn't always even required to physically send the units back, but only to provide ...


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Per my friend the procurement guru, buyback contracts are apparently rare, whether between retailer and wholesaler or between wholesaler and manufacturer. In any case, the options for the party buying the inventory back are pretty much the same at any level: push it off on another customer (possibly at a discount); put it in inventory in hopes of future ...


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Examples of some of the conditions of supply contracts from Hi-Tech industry Buy back of x% of parts supplied if part becomes non-moving Buyer (assume buyers company being a cloud company who keeps pacing purchase orders for servers with manufacturers i.e. Tier-1 Supplier) being responsible for part inventory at Tier-1 supplier if Buyer stops placing ...


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