A distributor or middleman who sells mainly to retailers and institutions, rather than consumers.
The companies that physically distribute magazines to single-copy retail outlets, process returns and engage in marketing and in-store service. Wholesalers once served specific geographic territories. But due to retail chains' insistence, one or two major wholesalers are now responsible for magazine distribution to an entire retail chain, however geographically far-flung.
A business that purchases goods from a manufacturer and sells to retailers.
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intermediary between producers and retailers, who stocks goods, and delivers them when ordered.
Regional and local companies that physically distribute magazines to single-copy retail outlets and process returns. Wholesalers, who may also engage in marketing and in-store service, have traditionally purchased magazines at 40 percent off cover price, but wholesalers are pushing for more favorable margins. Retailers have in recent years caused a massive consolidation of wholesalers, and a revolution in the traditional single-copy distribution system, by putting their business out to bid. Within the evolving distribution system, it is common for one or a few wholesalers to be responsible for magazine distribution to an entire retail chain, however geographically far-flung.
a middleman who buys, handles, or otherwise facilitates the flow of manufacturers' goods to retailers and other dealers for resale or to organizational users; does not sell in any appreciable amount to final consumers. See middleman, service wholesaler, limited-function wholesaler, and retailer.
party that distributes manufacturers' products to retailers and other distributors. Usually, they do not sell to the end-user.
Cooperative - An organization owned by independent retailers that buys products and provides services for those retailers. The fact that the purchasing/distribution center is owned by the retailers differentiates the cooperative wholesaler from the voluntary.
someone who buys large quantities of goods and resells to merchants rather than to the ultimate customers
a business that allows you to order products at prices that are below the retail price so that when you sell the products, you earn a profit
a company that purchases books and then resells those books to retail stores or libraries
a merchandiser who purchases goods and then sells them to buyers, typically retailers, for the purpose of resale
a merchant who buys products from producers, processors, or other marketing intermediaries (i
Company, group or individual who purchases high volumes of books from a publisher at deep discounts and sells them to retailers at midlevel discount.
A merchant middleman who sells
A person or firm that engage in the practice of selling products in large quantities for resale.
an intermediary which sells to other intermediaries, such as a firm that buys from a manufacturer and sells to a retailer.
Means any person, firm or corporation licensed in this state to sell to retailers and who is engaged in the business of warehousing and distributing brands of various suppliers to retailers generally in the marketing area in which the wholesaler is located. ARS 4-243.01(E.2)
Are firms that resell to another company (intermediary) who then resells to a third party. Example: Pharmaceutical Wholesalers.
A channel member that purchases from the producer and supplies to the retailer and primarily performs the function of physical distribution and stocking inventory for rapid delivery.
An intermediary between manufacturers and retailers in various activities such as promotion, warehousing, and the arranging of transport and or distribution.
Firms that purchase products or ground arrangements from New Zealand suppliers or inbound operators, and package products for sale. Wholesalers deal primarily with retailers, but sometimes also sell directly to the public.
A company that buys directly from a manufacturer and sells to retailers and is either affiliated (co-op or voluntary) or independent.
A business that sells to others for resale.
stockholding supplier of titles to booksellers whose business is based on buying from the publisher in quantity and supplying single copy or small orders.
In publishing, a company that buys books in quantity for resale to stores and libraries.
The link in the distribution chain that buys in large quantities from the producer or manufacturer, stores the goods and sells in smaller quantities to the retailer.
A dealer who buys vehicles at auction â€“ or from a dealer or another wholesaler â€“ and resells them in the wholesale market, i.e., to dealers rather than consumers. Wholesalers also buy and sell cars among the dealers with whom they do business.
A book buyer between the publisher and the bookseller. The wholesaler buys large numbers of titles for the buyer to choose from. Distributors may buy from wholesalers.
An underwriter or a broker- dealer who trades with other broker- dealers, rather than with the retail investor.
A marketing intermediary engaged in buying from manufacturers in bulk to resell to retailers or industrial buyers in smaller quantities. See Full-Line Wholesaler; Limited-Line Wholesaler.
Person or company who compiles a list of the region's retail outlets and orders the correct number of magazine copies for display.
1: Broker-dealer that trades with other broker-dealers instead of retail investors. See: Broker; Dealer; Retail Investor 2: An investment banker who performs as an underwriter in a new issue or as a distributor in a security's secondary offering. See: Investment Banker; New Issues; Underwriter 3: A mutual fund sponsor. See: Mutual Fund