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Describe the six distribution channels. Give an example of each.

Summary Introduction

To determine: The six distribution channels and examples for each.

Introduction: The media through which products or service flows from the makers to the purchasers is known as a distribution channel. It includes a progression of people and organizations that perform as mediators in the framework.

Explanation

The six distribution channels and examples for each are as follows:

  • Manufacturer to mediator middleman to business client: Producers utilize this channel to circulate such things as working supplies. Examples: Little apparatuses, and institutionalized parts.
  • Manufacturer to mediator to wholesaler to retailer to purchaser: Producers may utilize mediators to achieve wholesalers. Mediators are efficient middlemen that don't take name to items and that are repaid by commissions paid by manufacturer. Example: Christmas tree adornments.
  • Manufacturer to wholesaler to retailer to purchaser: This channel is known as the traditional channel on the grounds that numerous consumer products particularly convenience products go through wholesalers to retailers...

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