An agent who supplies goods to stores and other businesses that sell to consumers
a wholesale liquor distributor
the movie's distributor booked the film into theaters
A device in a gasoline engine for passing electric current to each spark plug in turn
someone who markets merchandise
allocator: a person with authority to allot or deal out or apportion
a company that markets merchandise; "his company is a large distributor of software products"
electrical device that distributes voltage to the spark plugs of a gasoline engine in the order of the firing sequence
A distributor is a device in the ignition system of an internal combustion engine that routes high voltage from the ignition coil to the spark plugs in the correct firing order. The first reliable battery operated ignition was developed by Dayton Engineering Laboratories Co. ...
Physical distribution (or place) is one of the four elements of the marketing mix. An organization or set of organizations (go-betweens) involved in the process of making a product or service available for use or consumption by a consumer or business user.
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(Distributors) 3rd party marketers such as private banks and pension consultants that have an extensive distribution list of qualified investors.
(Distributors) An intermediary between producers and retailers, with large warehousing capacity and a sales and delivery force servicing stores in their area or region. ...
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Geeta Film Distributors, Jagapathi Film Distributors, Kokila Pictures, Kranthi Pictures, Navayuga Films, Sri Lakshmi Pictures, Venkata Krishna Films
A foreign agent who sells for a supplier directly and maintains an inventory of the supplier's products.
The planet that is the current bound lord in a circumambulation.
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.
The middle section of the chain of production-distribution-exhibition in the film industry. The distributor buys, then re-sells or rents a film property. They are crucially responsible for marketing individual films or videos.
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 ...
A person or company responsible for marketing and selling prints and supplying prints to galleries. Sometimes the publisher and distributor are the same entity.
Device used in the ignition system of some multi-cylinder machines to send the high tension part of the correct cylinder.
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. ...
The "middleman" in beer sales. The distributor buys the beer from the breweries, and resells it to the retail stores, who sell it to consumers, who then presumably drink it. When beer passes date on the shelves, retailers return it to the distributor, who often absorb the lost revenue.
A company or person that distributes a manufacturer's goods to retailers. The terms "wholesaler" and "jobber" are sometimes used to describe distributors.
A cigarette or tobacco product distributor is a person who makes the first distribution of cigarettes or tobacco products in this state. ...
An individual or organization that re-sells, sublicenses or otherwise makes digital information available from the owner to end-users. See also “End user,” below.
Distribution company that sells energy at a rate to captive customers and to eligible customers who have not entered into agreements in the free market.
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. ...