organizations and individuals that physically move and transfer ownership of a product from producer to consumer (p. 217)
all the companies or individuals involved in moving a particular good or service from the producer to the final consumer.
a way of selling a company's product either directly or via distributors; "possible distribution channels are wholesalers or small retailers or retail chains or direct mailers or your own stores"
a channel through which materials or services reach the end users
a set of interdependent organizations involved in the process of making a product available for use or consumption by the end user
Electronics distributors and certain retail chains that deliver electronic goods to end users through value-added resellers and some retail stores.
The various marketing institutions and their interrelationships responsible for the physical and title flow of goods from the producer to the target market.
The network of organisations necessary to distribute goods or services from the manufacturers to the consumers; the distribution channel therefore potentially consists of manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, and retailers.
The manner, means and ways in which a company distributes goods.
is the path goods take as their title transfers from producer to consumer. The title transfer for consumer goods is usually accompanied by transfer of the physical goods, as well.
The route by which a company distributes goods.
All of the individuals and organizations involved in the process of moving products from producer to consumer. The route a product follows as it moves from the original grower, producer or importer to the ultimate consumer.
The distribution route, from raw materials through consumption, along which products travel. See: channels of distribution, marketing channel.
One or more companies or individuals who participate in the flow of goods and services from the manufacturer to the final user or consumer.
The method through which a product is sold including retailers, catalogers, internet commerce websites, etc.
Channel to deliver water from main channels to individual farms
the path your product follows to be delivered to the end user. This may be through distributors, retail outlets, self service outlets, vending machines, telephone sales, direct mail sales, etc.
The material or medium form which purchases are made and products are sold (e.g. shops, catalogues, TV, web site, etc.).
The companies through which a product "flows" from manufacturer to the end user.
The route which the goods follow from the original supplier to the ultimate customer, characterised by the nature of the trading parties and title to goods.
Type of process used to deliver insurance policies to clients. Direct marketing and agents are two examples of different distribution channels