I work with an online marine retailer. We've gained very good rankings on Google across several different top boating product lines and products.
For one manufacturer in particular, we've been able to achieve several very high ranking product pages and blog posts. It is one that I've worked on since I started working here 3 years ago, and have put a lot of effort into, making top quality content, and building high quality links to the pages. We rank either number 1, or right behind the main manufacturer's page.
The owner here in our company recently got into it with the management at this manufacturer, due to conflicting issues in an out of the country bid that we won (who will fulfill bid; gain most from it). This was a build up after several smaller arguments where they left us hanging and didn't support us when we needed answers to issues. The manufacturers decided to drop us as dealers after this final argument. They told us to remove their products from our site. We feel it's brash and unfair, but oh well.
So either way, we have several top urls with very high Domain Authority and Page Authority, but with all the on page content based on their brand, with title / meta title and url mentioning brand name.
Any way we can still utilize / pass on the ranking / link juice from these urls? In other words, not completely waste all these high value urls?
Problem is, they are like:
Brand A troubleshooting (blog), which is quite specific to theirs
Why Brand A is the best A product (blog)
Brand A products (with all of the products listed)
Trying to wrap my head around the possibilities here, if there are any.... thanks