A business operation that provides music product from record manufacturers to one stops, rackjobbers, retail and other outlets for ultimate sale to consumers. Distributors often provide marketing and promotion support to record labels and retailers.
A third party that purchases, stocks and resells products manufactured by another organization. While classified as a customer to the manufacturer, it is normally useful to track distributor shipments to the end consumer to evaluate demand patterns and changes.
Agrees to perform distribution for ALCOR's products under contract terms.
A person or company that supplies products to a retailer through a distribution center.
A company that buys open-end investment company shares directly from the fund for the purpose of reselling to interested buyers. Or more generally, a firm which sells and delivers merchandise to retail stores or acts as an intermediary in business.
A person or company responsible for marketing and selling prints and supplying prints to galleries.
Company whose sole purpose is to sell product not manufactured by him. May have few assets and therefore its balance sheet alone does not warrant the levels of credit it needs to be able to finance stocks of the manufacturer's product
A wholesaler of gasoline and other petroleum products; also know as a jobber. Distributors of natural gas are almost always regulated utility companies.
A company that distributes products to retail. For a more complete explanation see The Distribution Process.
A company that provides services to publishers like - warehousing, fullfillment and marketing to bookstores.
Company responsible for selling, promoting, protecting and fulfilling delivery of Stock Music to the licensee
An Agent who sells directly on behalf of and according to the instructions of the supplier and maintains an inventory of the latter's products. Français: Distributeur Español: Distribuidor
Wholesaler of national/regional manufacturer's products; stocks and deliveries to local customers.
A foreign company or person who purchases directly from a supplier and maintains an inventory of the supplier's products.
In the promotional products industry, develops ideas for using promotional products in a marketing or promotional campaign, buys such items from suppliers and sells them to advertisers.
An enterprise that offers services to buy and sell goods on their own account.
somebody who distributes something; a person who or an organization or thing that distributes something. It is also a person granted the right to promote and sell LightStim(tm) International products for a profit as well as sign-up new LightStim(tm) International Distributors and receive an override commission on that new Distributor's sales.
An organisation authorised by Microsoft to distribute Microsoft product licenses to resellers.
Wholesale distribution center where retail shops buy their stock. The distributor is the middleman between the record company and the store.
person or organization that stocks and resells components or goods to manufacturers or retailers.
A company that buys books from a publisher or other distributors and resells them to retail accounts.
A middleman between memorabilia manufactures and retailers. Distributors sometimes have exclusive access to products.
Overseas agent which sells for a supplier directly and maintains an inventory of the supplier's products. (See Commercial agent or sales agent).
A foreign agent who sells directly for a manufacturer and maintains an inventory on hand.
A firm which buys products from manufacturers in large quantities and sells them to customers in smaller lots. The distributor usually maintains inventories of finished goods and often offers service and repair parts for the products being sold.
A foreign company that agrees to purchase a Canadian exporter's product(s), and then takes responsibility for storing, marketing and selling them.
someone who markets merchandise
a company that markets merchandise; "his company is a large distributor of software products"
a beverage manufacturer or wholesaler who sells beverages to a dealer
a business located outside of Utah that distributes their products to Utah dealers
a businessman who buys and resells in his own name and at his own risk goods manufactured by others
a business unit or company in a country who takes care of supplying and selling our products to the dealers within this country
a company authorised to exclusively resell the CEQURUX product range and recruit and manage channel partners in a localised region
a company that purchases copies of a game from a GamePublisher, then sells (and often ships) them to the GameRetailers
a company that purchases our products and Resells them
a food product merchant who bulk purchases food and food items for distribution to the food service establishment market
a link between the manufacturer and the end user
a necessary cog in the record selling wheel if the goal is to maximize record sales
an Independent Contractor and may not represent by implication or otherwise that she/he is an officer, employee, agent or owner of the Company, and as such cannot bind or contract the Company in any manner
an independent contractor who has a business relationship with the Amkey group of companies in different countries under a mutual agreement
an independent selling agent who has a contract to sell the products of a manufacturer, but is not entitled to use the manufacturer's trade name as part of its trade name
an individual or legal entity that purchases goods directly from a producer for the purpose of resale
a party who purchases goods for inventory and re-sale
a person, entity, or business that provides, sells, or leases a right to receive a work
a person in Canada who purchased and took delivery of any of the Vitamins in Canada during the relevant Purchase Period directly from a Defendant and only resold the Vitamins without either processing them or including them in any other product
a person who, in pursuing activities in a field other than insurance, offers, as an accessory, an insurance product that relates solely to goods sold by the person
a person who purchases products directly from Good Herbs for personal use and/or for resale
a privately owned mass supplier to the dealers
a Secured eMail partner that purchases software from Secured eMail and resells that to multiple resellers under its control, sporadically also sells directly to (large) end-users
A company that warehouses, catalogs, markets, and sells books to bookstores, libraries, and wholesalers on behalf of a number of small publishers, consolidating those costs. Publishers Group West (www.pgw.com) is the largest exclusive distributor of independent publishers in North America. One of the top ten vendors of books in the country, Publishers Group West represents over 150 independent publishers. National Book Network (www.nbnbooks.com) is the largest independent distributor in North America. NBN provides sales, marketing, order fulfilment, and credit and collection services to independent publishers of commercial fiction and non-fiction books.
a company that purchases and re-sells products from other manufacturers
The person or company who buys the goods from the manufacturer and sells the goods to the trader - may also be called the wholesaler.
A Distributor or Independent Distributor is a person who sells products for a multilevel marketing company while acting as an independent contractor. They are also sometimes called an Independent Representative (IR) or an Independent Sales Representative.
Company, group or individual who sells products or services to retailers instead of to consumers.
A company which markets one or several commodities; especially a wholesaler selling mainly to retailers, other merchants, industrial users, etc., chiefly for resale or business use.
Anyone who purchases an official Herbalife Distributor Kit and whose coach submits to Herbalife a valid and complete application and the application has been accepted by Herbalife. 25% retail profit; 1%-17% wholesale profit.
Similar to direct marketer, a company that owns the rights to a product or infomercial and finances their own infomercial campaign.
Party who supplies other publisher's books to retailers.
A person or firm that delivers product to customers. Egg Sizes Shell eggs are divided by size (class) according to weight. Minimum net weight per dozen: Jumbo - 30 ounces. Extra Large - 27 ounces. Large - 24 ounces. Medium - 21 ounces. Small - 18 ounces.
A foreign agent who sells for a supplier directly and maintains an inventory of the supplier's products.
synonymous with wholesalers; distributors perform many of the same functions as wholesalers, such as selling, physical distribution, credit, etc. Some industries use the term distributor instead of wholesaler.
Agents or agencies that are responsible for getting records into the retail marketplace.
Are firms that resell products to the customer. Not to be confused with "Wholesaler" (See Wholesaler Definition).
Company which purchases paper from mill for resale to printers and end-users. Usually a distributor has protected or franchised product lines and territories. Inventory, warehousing, distribution and transportation of product are among the many services offered to paper buyers. Also called a merchant.
A manufacturer, wholesaler, or repacker involved in the sale of pharmaceutical drug products to a retail or a non-retail outlet, or an organization that supplies drug and distribution transaction data.
Person or company that represents many advertising specialty suppliers and sells ad specialties and premiums to various buyer companies, often developing promotional programs and employing them. Also know as counselor or jobber.
Person or company that order, place and sell bulk quantities of publications.
An independent contractor who sells Nutrilite products.
A business that does not manufacture its own products, but purchases and resells these products. Such a business usually maintains a finished goods inventory. Synonym: Wholesaler.
An agent who sells directly for a supplier and maintains an inventory of the supplier's products.
Syndicator or marketer of programs to stations and groups of stations; also, a company that distributes signals from a satellite carrier and provides that transmission either directly to individual subscribers for private home viewing or to other program distribution companies for transmission.
Somebody, such as a wholesaler, who markets or sells merchandise to a retailer rather than directly to the consumer. See also jobber.
A person or company that represents many suppliers and sells their promotional products and premiums to various buyer companies. He often develops and uses promotional programs. Also called "consultant".
Independent individuals who market and s...more Independent individuals who market and sell products for 4Life.
A buying, warehousing and distributing organization that delivers merchandise to retail stores in their own trucks, i.e., a wholesaler or direct-buying retail chain.
person or business that supports the movement of goods between producers and consumers. Truck drivers, retailers, and wholesalers are examples.
A company engaged in the activity of distributing natural gas to end-users. Distributors are in control of the gas between the city gate and the end-user's meter. Distributors are frequently referred to as LDCs. [ distributeur
A company or warehous that will ship your books to retail outlets. You usually have to negotiate a contract with distributors and pay either a monthly or per book fee.
A person who regularly makes sales or distributions of gasoline which are not deliveries into the fuel supply tanks of motor vehicles, motorboats, or aircraft, or who refines, distills, manufactures, produces, or blends for sale or distribution tax-free gasoline in this state, imports or exports tax-free gasoline other than in the fuel supply tanks of motor vehicles, or in any other manner acquires or possesses tax-free gasoline.
A third party who distributes information on behalf of the custodian, or who adds value to information and on sells it to others.
Businesses that assume ownership of products and resell them. (Large distributors, sometimes called master distributors, may sell to smaller distributors.) Stocking distributors hold inventory, maintain a sales force, offer credit, and often make deliveries. Compensated by margin of sale price over cost price. See also agent, broker, and manufacturers' representative.
A company responsible for the transportation of natural Gas from one point to another. In Georgia's deregulated natural Gas industry, the distributor is separate from the provider. While the provider (Gas South) is responsible for selling natural Gas and providing you with billing and customer service, the distributor (AGL) is responsible for transporting the Gas to your home or business, for maintaining the pipes that carry the Gas, and for connection, disconnection and emergency response in the case of a suspected Gas leak.
A person who contracts independently to sell products or services for an MLM / Network Marketing company.
means any person who provides electrical or electronic equipment on a commercial basis to the party that is going to use it (i.e. High St retailers!)
A business, which may or may not be owned by the coatings manufacturer, which distributes coatings and other materials, used by its target industry. They are particularly important in distributing vehicle refinish and yacht paints, and is important for marine paints, litho and screen inks. Trade paints distributed through a variety of shops and stores.
An agent or business that buys books from a publisher to resell, at a higher cost, to wholesalers, retailers, or individuals. Distribution houses are often excellent marketing enterprises, with their own roster of sales representatives, publicity and promotion personnel, and house catalogs. Skillful use of distribution networks can give a small publisher considerable national visibility.
A person who sells natural health products to another person for the purpose of further sale by that other person.
A person who sells a NHP to another person for the purpose of further sale by that other person.
A company or person that distributes a manufacturer's goods to retailers. The terms "wholesaler" and "jobber" are sometimes used to describe distributors.
A company that warehouses and ships books or magazines to retail outlets.
Companyâ€™s primary function is to source merchandise and provide services to corporations who desire Incentive or Promotional Marketing products.
A foreign company or person who sells directly for a supplier and keeps an inventory of the supplier's products on hand.
Company that distributes products to retailers.
Wholesale middleman, common for exclusive lines or products.
Company or individual that arranges for the sale of products from manufacturer to retail outlets; the proverbial "middle man."
A company that, for a fee, represents publishers by handling the warehousing and shipping of books to bookstores and libraries.
the distributor is the conduit between the manufacturer and the retailer. Distributors assist prepaid product producers by introducing them to a wide range of outlets to sell their products.
A middle point between the publisher and booksellers. The distinction between a distributor and a wholesaler sometimes tends to blur. Generally speaking, a distributor carries a smaller number of titles than does the wholesaler and commonly produces a catalog used by its sales force which works directly with book buyers for stores.
A distributor, unlike an agent, purchases goods from a supplier in his own right for resale within his own territory and takes his profit on the margin between price paid and price received. He may well perform a much more extensive service within his territory for the supplier than an agent.
an enterprise that purchases your products for resale to their customers who are usually retail outlets. The distributor expects to receive a significant price discount for providing the distribution service.
Distributors help customers increase productivity and efficiency while minimizing downtime and costs. They offer individualized service designed to meet each customer's specific needs, working as a key team player. Often working in a close relationship with their distribution network, manufacturers such as INA are dedicated to developing new and refined products that meet customers' needs. All products here are available through your nearest authorized distributor. Please look for one using the Distributor Search feature on the left margin of this page.