A retailer's order shipped directly to a store by a manufacturer.
A shipment of goods directly to the customer from the distributor. This avoids the delay and expense of shipping to the selling company and then having the seller deliver to the customer.
A request for the goods to go to the retailer directly from the manufacturer when the invoice comes from another party in the transaction, typically the distributor from whom the retailer would normally receive the goods.
A shipment directly from the manufacturer to the end user.
a shipment of tangible personal property from a seller directly to the purchaser's customer, at the direction of the purchaser
A term for the shipment of goods directly from a manufacturer to a customer on the order of a wholesaler or distributor who will bill the customer.
Merchandise which is shipped by a manufacturer directly to a customer in response to the seller who collects orders but does not maintain an inventory.
Merchandise that is shipped directly from a manufacturer to a retailer, but is invoiced to a wholesaler, who in turn bills the retailer.
The direct shipment of goods from a manufacturer to a dealer or consumer, bypassing the wholesaler
A promotional products order that is shipped out in smaller quantities or split into separate shipments to different addresses is considered to be a drop shipment (also referred to as a split shipment). An incremental charge is normally applicable.
In drop shipments, a drug manufacturer directly delivers the drugs to a dispenser, but the order and payment is made through a wholesaler.
A shipment of goods from a manufacturer directly to a dealer or consumer, avoiding shipment to the wholesaler.