Give two examples of an industrial good (not consumer good) and how it is being distributed globally?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 10, 2019, 8:20 am ad1c9bdddf
Industrial goods are the goods, which are used or acquired by the organisations or individuals to produce other goods and services, which are consumed by end consumers. In other words, industrial goods are the stuff that is bought by the people to make other goods. Industrial goods are generally sold to the industries, organisations, governments, and manufacturers etc that produce new products from the industrial goods (Kaynak and Jansson, 2012). For example, machinery for the production process in automobile companies is a major example of industry goods, which the automobile firms use to produce cars for the end ...
Industrial goods are used or acquired by the organizations or individuals to produce other goods and services, which are consumed by end consumers. This response provides two examples of Industrial goods and also discusses how are these being distributed.