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Reference no. 9-589-101
Subject category: Marketing
Authors: E Raymond Corey
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 1989
Version: 31 March 1989
Revision date: 05-Jul-2016
Length: 22 pages

Abstract

A comprehensive description of industrial distribution systems. Written from the perspective of industrial products manufacturers, concerned about building and managing channels systems for taking products from point of manufacture to point of use. Covers: 1) channels design options, 2) factors influencing design choices, 3) producer-reseller relationships, 4) distribution costs, 5) intrachannel and interchannel conflict, and 6) coping with change.

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Abstract

A comprehensive description of industrial distribution systems. Written from the perspective of industrial products manufacturers, concerned about building and managing channels systems for taking products from point of manufacture to point of use. Covers: 1) channels design options, 2) factors influencing design choices, 3) producer-reseller relationships, 4) distribution costs, 5) intrachannel and interchannel conflict, and 6) coping with change.

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