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inventory of an edition immediately prior to initial
distribution of a new edition.
||The delivery area for a particular phone
book. DirectoryDistribution.com's Flex-Zones are ideal
building blocks for scoping.
Secondary Distribution (or
||The delivery of directories between initial
(primary) deliveries. Secondary distribution is primarily a
fulfillment operation for distributing relatively
small quantities of books. Typical triggers for interim
deliveries include new connects, foreign directory requests,
bulk drop replenishments, and customer requests. Also called
interim distribution (or delivery). Related Terms: Initial Distribution
||Short for Standard Industrial
A numerical ID categorizing businesses by their products or
||The scheduled first day of initial
deliveries for a particular market.
the documents provided to delivery carriers. Station copies are retained by field
managers at the delivery station primarily as a backup. Also called
manager's copies. DirectoryDistribution.com can
provide station copies on paper or via digital files.
||Individuals hired on an hourly basis to
assist the field manager at the delivery station. Also known as
station clerks. May perform carrier check-ins, check-outs,
verifications, and other miscellaneous tasks.
are to receive books. Also known as delivery points. Stops
are often broken down by type of stop: business,
drop, and advertiser. For controlling book inventory and
preventing book dumping, the number of stops on each route
should be estimated.