Distribution channel

A distribution channel is the route a product takes from the place it is made to the customer who is the end user.

Distribution channel is the path through which products—and legal ownership of them—flow from producer to consumers or business users.

Distribution channel is a group of interdependent firms that work together to transfer product from the supplier to the consumer. The transfer may either be direct or employ a number of intermediaries.

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