broadline

broadline

(ˈbrɔːdˌlaɪn)
n
(Commerce) chiefly
a. a company that deals in high volume at the cheaper end of a product line
b. (as modifier): broadline distributors.
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This month, The Hub, Convenience Store News for the Single Store Owner's department dedicated to convenience distribution, asks two of the leading broadline distributors to the c-store industry to discuss best practices for small retailers when it comes to sourcing.
Under the new agreement, Avnet will serve as the exclusive broadline distributor for Broadcom in the Americas and EMEA regions.
Redington Gulf- Volume Division (Middle East) said: "Dell's recent broadline
The judge agreed with the FTC that the merger could hurt competition in the national customer and local broadline food distribution markets.
Sysco is the world's largest broadline food distributor, providing food services for a range of clients, from hospitals to hotels to schools and more.
In this role, he was responsible for leading the growth of Sara Lee's branded coffee and tea business in the convenience, OCS, broadline and specialty distribution channels as well as managing private branded-coffee programs for several national chain account operators and broadline distributor partners.
The move enhances the buyera[euro](tm)s enterprise business Azlan and its broadline offering in Europe, while adding to the group's vendor and customer base and bringing over 600 staff to its team.
99) allows youngsters to unleash their imagination to create spray art on paper, fabrics, and windows with their favorite Crayola broadline markers.
One of the recent appearances is the spin-off of value divisions from mainstream broadline distribution operations and raises the questions of suitability.
Heading the list of new tenants is Big Lots, the nation's largest broadline closeout retailer.