Oxbow Animal Health Introduces Minimum Advertised Price Policy

January 9, 2017

Oxbow Animal Health, a worldwide supplier of premium nutrition and care products for small pets, has introduced the development of a Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) policy relating to the company’s premium product offerings. Designed to support a fair marketplace for its partners and customers, as well as to protect the integrity and premium value of the Oxbow brand, the Oxbow MAP Policy will go into effect on January 30, 2017 and will affect all authorized dealers, distributors and resellers of Oxbow products.

“Preserving the integrity of the Oxbow Animal Health brand benefits all of our partners and customers,” said Jeremy Baker, Oxbow’s director of Sales and Distribution. “An important element of this task involves the preservation of a fair marketplace—one in which the integrity and value of our products can be carefully and thoughtfully preserved. Establishing the Oxbow MAP policy will help us achieve these important goals.”

Oxbow Animal Health’s MAP Policy establishes minimum advertised pricing which will be outlined within the company’s official policy and pricing. According to the details of the policy, Oxbow will sell its products only to authorized dealers who advertise Oxbow products at or above the minimum advertised prices established by Oxbow.

For specific policy information and pricing, Oxbow encourages its partners to contact their Oxbow representative.



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