Vertical Conflict

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Vertical Conflict

Competition between two or more companies at different levels on the channel of distribution. For example, a manufacturer may stop selling to a retailer because another company offers a better deal. See also: Horizontal Conflict.
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Each module, or pod, required additional design coordination, which consisted of design drawings produced at a shop drawing or 3D level to minimize horizontal and vertical conflicts, and to ensure that all components can be installed, accessed, and maintained.
Vertical conflicts are detected more easily considering the security cylinders.
They work with a broad cross-section of rural and urban communities and are recognised for their work in supporting land rights for local communities at-risk from resource extraction, for monitoring human rights abuses, and facilitating resolution of both horizontal and vertical conflicts in Papua.
All of the above dynamics sustain the potential for both horizontal and vertical conflict.
Vertical conflicts arise between technical communication managers and the technical communication specialists who report to them.
As a result, the horizontal tensions within units were moved into the relationships between levels of the organization, either creating new vertical conflicts or joining with and augmenting established ones.
The community camps were again involved in a horizontal split, and each camp was trying to get the selection committee into a submissive role, thereby setting up a vertical conflict between levels of the system.
[37] Horizontal conflict occurs between similar firms at the same level in the channel, intertype conflict occurs between different types of intermediaries at the same level, and vertical conflict occurs between intermediaries at different levels of the channel.