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Today it's the direct form that rules, the manufacturer's product going straight to the lap of the end user. No matter if the end user is a teenager, a roofer or a big business, a single-item purchase is sufficient.

No more demands to buy large inventories. No middle layers, no costly structures, no bureaucracies and no extra hoards of people or any unnecess......

Full article >>> lesalers. Everyone wants direct access, and it's available to anyone and everyone, 'round the clock.

The wealth is also being shifted to the fabricators and the manufacturers; they now have the power of e-commerce to divert the transactional flow directly to them and block it from the old-fashioned infrastructures of wholesalers and retailers. The basic contract manufacturer has spread it......

Full article >>> nufacturers are projecting ultra-friendly and ultra-customer-service-driven images, all supported by modern plants, while the Web has helped them to cross the bridge of the fears of smoke and dust, like an open kitchen concept in expensive restaurants, where black-tie consumers are extremely comfortable with the rattle, shouting, sizzle and all the smoke. Party time.

Anything can be shipp......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Naseem Javed 08/22/05


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