This master thesis discusses and analyses the trustship between stakeholders within the Supply Chain Management. One of the most important requirement for working together is trust. The reason for cooperation are increasing their competitiveness. The aim is to reduce time and cost for production. Aditionally to improve the quality of a product or process. Nevertheless, there are changes and risks on market, which may affect trust in cooperation. For example, written contracts between companies are in praxis and compulsory compared to oral arrangements or handshake quality which most probably loose on significance. Furthermore the competitive pressure has been increased and as a result of market crises in 2008, companies are forced to be more capable of competing and efficiency of doing business. There are difficulties for firms too to predict future developments. That concerns also of the future behaviour of a partner in a Supply Chain and its real willingness to cooperate. These factor causes Uncertainty. Nonetheless trust would be not necessary, if no uncertainty or risk would exist. This master thesis examines on the one hand the importance of trusthip in the supply chain Management and the significance of handshake quality and on the other hand it influence of the mentioned circumstances.