Distribution, though unsung, is the lifeline of many companies and enterprises. It’s one of the reasons we can buy iPhones from anywhere in the United States even though they are made in China, and the main reason your favourite brand of chips is always fully stocked even in your county’s smallest supermarket, regardless of season and distance. Distribution is only the way manufacturers can get their goods across to sellers and ground level consumers, which means that it’s quite important. Such importance can easily be manipulated, which is how distribution agreements (more on these later) come into play. Click here to read more.