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The method of transporting goods from a source location to a predetermined destination is known as delivery. Roads and railroads on land, shipping lanes on the sea, and airline networks in the air are the primary modes of transport for cargo (physical goods). Specialized networks, such as pipelines for liquid goods, power grids for electrical power, and computer networks like the Internet or broadcast networks for electronic information, can be used to transport the relevant type of goods.
Delivery is a crucial part of commerce and trade, and it includes both transportation and distribution. Distribution refers to the overall method of shipping goods, while logistics refers to the analysis of efficient systems for delivering and disposing of goods and staff. Distributors are companies that specialize in shipping commercial products from their point of production or storage to their point of sale, while distribution services are companies that specialize in delivering goods to consumers. Commercial and private items are delivered by postal, courier, and relocation services. The majority of consumer products are shipped from a point of production (such as a factory or farm) to a point of sale (such as retail stores or online vendors), where the consumer purchases the item and is responsible for its delivery to the point of consumption.
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