The term supply is from late 14c., "to help, support, maintain," also "fill up, make up for," from Old French soupplier "fill up, make full" (Modern French suppléer) and directly from Latin supplere "fill up, make full, complete," from assimilated form of sub "up from below."
Supplier power refers to the pressure suppliers can exert on businesses by raising prices, lowering quality, or reducing availability of their products. A strong supplier can make an industry more competitive and decrease the profit potential for the buyer. Many factors determine the bargaining power of suppliers such as; number of suppliers relative to buyers, dependence of a supplier's sale on a particular buyer, switching costs, availability of suppliers for immediate purchase, possibility of forward integration by suppliers, and the support the supply chain. Suppliers in the supply chain.
Fill up the modern, assimilate with nature, complete the supply