null Vendor Provided Parts and Display Guidelines

Vendor Provided Parts and Display Guidelines

Published 10/05/2018, 05:43 AM
Last Update 10/02/2020, 06:22 PM

OBJECTIVE:

To ensure our VPP/VPD (Vendor provided parts/displays) merchandising solutions are deployed accurately, documented by location and are maintained and sustained for life of part/display in our retail stores.


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GUIDELINE OVERVIEW:
 

  1. Best Buy VPP/VPD Merchandising Process Overview – pages 2 – 3
     
  2. Must follow Best Buy Design Guidelines, ADA guidelines, Seismic Codes and have all parts/displays approved by Best Buy Design prior to production – page 3
     
  3. Must provide Vendor Parts Hand-Off for all parts/displays deployed in Best Buy retail locations that includes contracted Supplier for deployment and repair and maintenance Purchase Orders – pages 4 – 6
     
  4. Must provide complete engineering documentation of all fixtures and fixture versions that are deployed in Best Buy retail locations. Documentation can be supplied in native SolidWorks format to include all Part, Assembly and Drawing files or to be supplied in STEP for 3D data and PDF for 2D drawings – pages 6 – 10
     
  5. Must provide build and sustain instructions for all parts/displays deployed in Best Buy retail locations – pages 10 - 11
     
  6. Must deliver parts on time per Best Buy issued Purchase Orders and provide carrier/tracking information following Best Buy Shipping and Receiving Guidelines – pages 11 - 13
     
  7. Must maintain replacement part inventory to fulfill future repair and maintenance (R&M) issued Purchase Orders – page 13
     
  8. Must provide an exit strategy for end of life disposal of parts/displays – page 13
     
  9. Suppliers must respond to all Best Buy reporting requests – pages 14

 

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