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SUMMARY DISTRIBUTION OF PRODUCTS

Every company or business, whether large or small, must have defined the
transport methods that it will use both to distribute its products and for the
reception of its raw materials or supplies needed for its production since from that
main point it is split for the effectiveness of your business and the timely
satisfaction of your customers.

In order to make it an opportune transport you must take into account the following
factors:

• Transportation budget

• Transport speed

• Reliability of the transport method

• Characteristics of the product to be transported

• The value of the product to be transported and define the safest transport.

• Mark, label the packaging safely

• Size and Urgency for him sent.

• Distance between your facilities and your client to evaluate the cost of shipping

• Define mode of transport whether by land, air or river.

• Check possible restrictions depending on the characteristics of your cargo

Taking into account the variety of ways to transport the merchandise, its
disadvantages must be clear, then we will define the disadvantages for each
transport method.

Ground transportation: It is subject to restrictions, delays depending on vehicle


flow, adverse conditions depending on the state of the road and restrictions
according to the measurements and weight of the load.

Rail Transport: It can be very expensive, low speed and the merchandise can only
be transported as far as the tracks.

Air transport: Charge per kilogram, additional fuel charges, customs and security
fees and VAT fees if imported.
Transport by Sea: Few loading port, very slow and is particularly used to send
large loads.

GLOSSARY

1. Cargo: Set of things that are transported together, especially goods and goods.

2. Reliability: is the "ability of an item to perform a required function, under


conditions established for a certain period of time."

3. Distribution: By distributing it is understood to distribute a thing in the proportion


that corresponds to each part.

4. Effectiveness: It is the ability to achieve the desired result.

5. Packaging: Box or any wrapping with which an object to be transported is


protected.

6. Delivery: Thing or set of things that are held by others

7. Shipping: Thing that is sent from one place to another.

8. Facilities: Set of things installed in one place.

9. VAT: the added or added value of a product in the different phases of its
production.

10. Raw material: Natural or artificial substance that is industrially transformed to


create a product, which potentially serves to create something.

11. Budget: Set of the expected expenses and income for a certain period of time.

12. Production: Manufacture or production of a product through work.

13. Product: Naturally or artificially produced thing, or result of a job or operation.

14. Restrictions: Limitation that occurs in something, especially in the consumption


of something.

15. Customer satisfaction: it is a concept inherent in the field of marketing and that
implies as its name already anticipates, to the satisfaction that a customer
experiences in relation to a product or service that has acquired, consumed,
because precisely it has fully met the expectations deposited
16. Air transport: it is the controlled displacement, through the air, of vehicles
driven by their own engines or with capacity to plan.

17. Rail transport: it is a system of transport of people and goods guided on a


railway.

18. Maritime transport: it is the action of moving a series of products or passengers


from one place to another using the sea for this purpose.

19. Land transport: it is the transport that is carried out on the land surface

20. Transportation: Vehicle or medium used to move people or things from one
place to another.