AICC has crafted a template that can serve as an agreement between an AICC member and another boxplant in the event that the member company cannot complete work due to pandemic, natural disaster, or other unforeseen, disruptive circumstances.
Earlier this year, at the onset of the pandemic, when states were ordering shutdowns, many members feared having to cease operations for a time if there were positive cases in their plants. Customers of some AICC members asked them about their “contingency” or “business interruption” plans if they had to close. How would these customers have their box orders met?
This document, crafted by AICC legal counsel David Goch of the firm Webster, Chamberlain & Bean, is meant to serve as a guide for an AICC member company to complete customer commitments with the support of another converter in the event of a business interruption, while also respecting all applicable fair trade and anti-trust laws. AICC recommends that this document be reviewed and modified to suit by the member’s attorney.
This template is available free of charge to AICC members, $250.00 for non-members. Members must login for member pricing.
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