One who buys goods from importers, wholesalers, or manufacturers, and sells to retailers.
A term for a market maker used on the London Stock Exchange.
An organization that buys books in large quantities for resale to retailers and libraries.
This is a small-scale (small time) wholesaler.
Another term for "Market Maker".
A full-line wholesaler capable of providing a variety of retail services including product distribution, ordering, stocking, advertising, financial information and reporting. See rack jobber.
A business person who does not carry out refining operations but who supplies wholesale products to gasoline stations or stores. A jobber sometimes owns the stations which they supply.
Usually, a wholesale distributor that performs value-added work to the products they distribute such as pre-hanging doors, mulling windows, etc.
Wholesaler who sells to independent markets and delivers product to the individual store location
a company or person that buys excess fabric from one company and resells the fabric to another company
Any business or establishment engaged in selling goods, primarily for resale, directly to retailers or merchants.
A supplier, usually a wholesaler, who sells a variety of items produced by many different publishers.
A company that handles products from many producers, such as a book jobber, which distributes books from a large number of publishers
A type of distributor who provides books on a smaller scale than wholesalers and provides mass market titles to airports, grocery stores, drug stores, etc.
Wholesale book supplier who supplies many titles from different publishers and sells them to libraries and retailers.
Jobber is an intermediary that buys from producers to sell to retailers and offers various services with that function.
someone who buys large quantities of goods and resells to merchants.
Jobbers generally do not stock books but buy directly when they get an order from a customer (usually a library).
Wholesale book supplier who sells books from the various publishers to bookstores and libraries.
1. A London Stock Exchange term for market maker. 2. A wholesaler who buys in small lots from manufacturers, importers and/or other wholesalers and sells to retailers.
A jobber is a wholesale company that manufactures jewelry pieces by the job for other companies. For example, De Lizza & Elster was a jobber that supplied pieces for Weiss, Kramer, Kenneth J. Lane, Hobe, Celebrity, Hattie Carnegie, Alice Caviness, Karu, and many others.
An individual who buys job lots from manufacturers or wholesalers to sell for a specific display or fixture.
A merchant who buys products (usually in bulk or lots) and then sells them to various retailers. This middleman generally specializes in specific types of products, such as auto parts, electrical and plumbing materials, or petroleum.
A jobber is a person or company that purchases quantities of refined fuel from refining companies (e.g. BP, Shell, Exxon), either for sale to retailers (e.g., gasoline stations), or to sell directly to the users of those products (e.g., home heating oil to homeowners, lubricating oils to industrial operations or repair shops, jet fuel to FBO's, etc.). In essence, the jobber acts as the "middleman" between the company that refines the petroleum products and those that either use them or market them at retail prices.