centralised distribution

/ˌsentrəlaɪzd dɪstrɪ'bju:ʃ(ə)n/ noun
a system of distribution of goods to retail stores in a chain, from a central or local warehouse, so avoiding direct distribution from the manufacturer, and making stock control easier

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