Katarzyna Grzybowska, Bożena Zwolińska



Food sector is omnipresent in modern world. It plays a major role in business. Food sector is determined, above all, by lower prices and high quality. Products must be frequently provided in stores. Customers have great expectations in terms of the delivery and availability. Most important are short-term orders realisation and flexible services. The main aim of the paper is to consider two different distribution systems. The reason of this consideration is to identify, which of the distribution systems is more effective.


tasks of transport, distribution system, FMCG

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