There is a mutual trust and respect between the supplier and the participant. In cases of extraordinary circumstances where the supplies do not arrive, there is alternative arrangement that the company has made (Smeltzer, 1997). The relationship between the supplier and the owner is largely positive based on these impacts. There is delay in the delivering of the shipments due to weather conditions the company tries to address the needs of the owner by different modes of delivery. The owner also has back up suppliers who charge a little more than the regular suppliers. These suppliers are used in cases of emergencies such as weather condition and traffic delays, the issues of transportation delaying cannot be prevented. For this, the companies are yet to arrive as a design distribution network. There are back up plans however, they do not address for all the issues in contention (Smart & Harrison, 2003). The cost of the systems has beneficial impacts on the supply chain performance. These are used to maintain long-term relationship between the buyer of goods and services. The cost reduction is dependent on how they negotiate with one other. The cost reduction can lead to the discounting of the larger quantities of the produce. Another important aspect that leads the companies is the ways in which the quality of the product is preserved. The core object of the supplier is to identify the issues that cause their quality to be impacted (Human & Provan, 1997). The physical issues and certain emergent situation cause the quality of the product to be impacted. Even though this company has a supplier relationship that is based on trust and respect, the people are concerned with getting the products at the right price.