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distributor

a business such as a RETAILER or WHOLESALER which acts as an intermediary in a DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL. Distributors take title to goods (that is, purchase goods) which they then on-sell to customers. See also DISTRIBUTOR BRANDS.
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had received a notice from Kia Motors' Asia regional headquarters saying that it deemed the Ayala group 'the preferred bidder' for the Kia distributorship in the Philippines.
In ensuing days, the online draw will also be conducted for selection of new distributorship in the remaining States across the country.
The transaction substantially boosts Andrews' beer and beverage distributorship presence in North Texas as the company obtains eight brewing partners in Tarrant and Johnson counties as well as over 3,000 retail accounts in the region and is seen to grow its beer and Red Bull sales to 33m cases annually from 28m cases, the buyer said in a statement.
HB 2606, as amended, requires all manufacturers of beer to divest themselves of any interest in a distributorship and reinforces the three-tier regulatory system in Illinois," reported Bill Olson, President of Associated Beer Distributors of Illinois.
According to an expansion official at SPT, the local presence of a distributorship should greatly increase their exposure in the U.
He stated the IOC was giving its best possible service to the people of Nagaland and further assured to release new distributorship and connections in the area.
Mourot also has the distributorship that covers Memphis and the greater Greenville, Miss.
a Valencia-based network marketing company, agreed to settle federal charges that they took part in a pyramid scheme that offered Internet distributorships.
Historically, many of these new nameplates have begun through distributorships, which then open branch offices as business grows.
After receiving the distributorship, Beasant drew upon the many contacts he had made during his years as a dee-jay and as a designer of hotel disco rooms to begin building Lift Canada's operations.
The court reasoned that although the Missouri-based distributors were not employees of Amway and although the distributorship contracts were between the new distributorship and Amway, "[o]ne may be a representative or agent for the limited purpose of soliciting sales without being an employee and without having the legal authority to enter into contracts on behalf of another.
The importance of transparency is paramount for any surgeon distributorship.

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