distribution cost

NOUN
  1. any cost incurred by a producer or wholesaler or retailer or distributor (as for advertising and shipping etc)
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How To Use distribution cost In A Sentence

  • What the farmer gets is what the urban dweller pays minus transportation and distribution costs.
  • The other half of the donation covers training and distribution costs.
  • The; the other half of the donation covers training and distribution costs.
  • Costing more reasonable use of the standard distribution cost, not only be more accurate costing, cost management has also brought innovation and organizational optimization.
  • For many firms one of the main advantages in establishing manufacturing plants overseas is reduced distribution costs. Basic Marketing. Principles and Practice
  • By the time they get into the countries and you have markups from the private sector or then you have all the distribution costs, etc, Mwenesi said. Advocates Say Removal of Taxes,Tariffs Can Reduce Malaria Deaths
  • Given production anddistribution costs, plus the fact that the BTN gets 80 cents subscriber per month and not $1 from Comcast anyway, my gross subscriber fee estimate seems a little high but not unreasonable. The Seattle Times
  • For many firms one of the main advantages in establishing manufacturing plants overseas is reduced distribution costs. Basic Marketing. Principles and Practice
  • Physical distribution cost accounting system's questions and so on flaw.
  • Farmers generally (the San Diego avocado grower is one exception) are close to the source, don't have to pump their water over high mountains, don't have to treat their water, and have low distribution costs. Letters
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