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DISTRIBUTION

Chapter 21.1

Slide2

What is Distribution?

Making the “

place

” decision

or

getting the product into the customers hands

Concept of Distribution:

In order for distribution to occur, marketers must decide on their

“channels of distribution”

or how they will get the product to the customer

Slide3

Channels of Distribution

The path a product takes from its producer (

manufacturer

) to the final user (

the customer

)

Slide4

Intermediaries

Move products from the manufacturer to the final user

Also known as middlemen

Classified based on whether or not they take

ownership

of the product

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Intermediaries

Merchant Intermediaries

– take ownership

Agents

– do not take ownership

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Channel Members

Wholesalers

buy large quantities of goods from manufacturers, store the goods, and then resell them to other businesses

Types of Wholesalers

Rack Jobbers

wholesalers that manage inventory and merchandising for retailers by counting stock, filling it in when needed, and maintaining store displays

Ex: potato chips, CDs, greeting cards

Drop Shippers

own the goods they sell but do not physically handle the actual products

EX: coal, lumber, chemicals

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Channel Members

Retailers

sell goods to the final consumer for personal use

Brick-and-Mortar

traditional retailers that sell goods to the customer from their own physical store

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Channel Members

Non-store Retailing

Automatic Retailing (vending machines)

Independent Sales

Catalog Retailing

E-tailing (online retail)

TV home shopping

Slide9

Channel Members

Agents

-

do not own the goods they sell. They bring buyers and sellers together

They are usually paid commission

a fee or percentage of the sale paid for services rendered

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Channels in the Consumer Market

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Channel A

Manufacturer/Producer to Consumer

Direct distribution –

sales of goods or services directly to the customer, with no intermediaries

Ways to sell directly to customers

1. Selling products at the production site

Luck Stone

sell stone directly from quarry

2. Having a sales force call consumers

Telemarketing

3. Using catalogs

Victoria’s Secret

4. Using the Internet

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Channel B

Manufacturer/Producer to Retailer to Consumer

Most commonly used channel for merchandise that dates quickly or needs servicing

Ex:

clothing, automobiles, produce

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Channel C

Manufacturer/Producer to Wholesaler to Retailer to Consumer

Most common distribution method for staple goods, which are items that are always carried in stock and whose styles do not change frequently

EX:

flowers, non-perishable food items, candy

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The Industrial Market

Industrial Market

–buy products to use in their operations; also called the business-to-business market

Industrial users have different needs than retail users

Direct distribution (the least common channel in the consumer market) is the most common in the industrial market

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Assignment

Skim through Chapter 21.1 in the textbook and complete the following questions

Page 453 – questions 1-3

Page 459 – questions 3, 4, 5

Use each of these words in a sentence that

illustrates your understanding of its definition

Channel of Distribution Wholesalers

Rack Jobbers Direct Distribution

Drop Shippers Indirect Distribution

Brick and Mortar retailers Industrial market

e-tailing Intermediaries


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