the manufacturers supply the goods to the distribution center
a business engaged in manufacturing some product
someone who manufactures something
(manufactured) produced in a large-scale industrial operation
(manufacturing) fabrication: the act of making something (a product) from raw materials; "the synthesis and fabrication of single crystals"; "an improvement in the manufacture of explosives"; "manufacturing is vital to Great Britain"
(Manufactures) Manufacturing is the use of machines, tools and labor to make things for use or sale. ...
(Manufacturing (The Simple Life episode)) This is a complete list of episodes from the TV series The Simple Life starring Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie. The series included 54 episodes and 2 specials that aired between January 20, 2004 and August 5, 2007 in the United States.
(Manufacturing (U.S. region)) The Rust Belt, also known as the Manufacturing Belt or The Factory Belt, is an area in parts of the Northeastern United States, Mid-Atlantic States, and portions of the eastern Midwest. ...
one that manufactures
(manufactured) manmade; produced by humans rather than nature; not genuine
(manufacturing) The action of the verb to manufacture; The transformation of raw materials into finished products, usually on a large scale
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(Manufacturers) Firms that are the principal owners of the brand and trade names of more than 50 percent of the products sold by their companies.
(Manufacturers) Most of the world's hard disks are manufactured by a handful of firms: Seagate, Maxtor, Western Digital, Samsung[?], and the former drive manufacturing division of IBM, now sold to Hitachi. Fujitsu continue to make specialist SCSI drives but exited the mass market in 2001. ...
(Manufacturers) They convert raw materials into finished goods by using labor, technology, and facilities.
(manufacturers) Apple · HP · IBM · NEC · Sun
(Manufactures) Items of trade that have been transformed from raw materials, either by labor, art, skill, or machine into finished articles that have new forms, qualities, or properties.
(manufactures) (sometimes termed “articles of manufacture”) items that have been made by human hands or by machines; may have working or moving parts as prime features.
(MANUFACTURING) (also called Heavy Industrial) auto making, textiles, steel, chemicals, and food processing are typical uses of such properties. Typically zero to five percent office space
(manufacturing) process technology (i.e., metal forming, machining, injection moulding, blow moulding, die casting, forgings, electronics/electrical, assembly, coating/plating); capacity utilization (in percent); production volumes; strategic alliances (e.g., joint ventures, technology agreements).
(Manufacturing) Any activity involving the substantial transformation of a foreign article resulting in a new and different article having a different name, character and use.
(MANUFACTURING) An industrial category of establishments engaged in the mechanical or chemical transformation of materials or substances into new products.
(Manufacturing) U.S. Bureau of Customs and Border Protection determines what constitutes manufacturing on a case-by-case basis, distinguishing it from other operations such as manipulation, processing, production and blending. ...
(MANUFACTURING) A commercial or industrial activity involved in the research, development, assembly, production, testing, processing or repair of goods, materials, components, devices, equipment or systems.
(Manufacturing) (for all years except 1985-86): employment estimates have been obtained from the annual survey/census of manufacturing establishments, the only instance in which it is possible to use one collection as the source for both chain volume estimates of gross value added and employment ...
(Manufacturing) A canned food manufacturer's materials inventory includes the foods to be canned, empty cans and their lids (or coils of steel or aluminum for constructing those components), labels, and anything else (solder, glue) that will form part of a finished can. ...