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Companies establish good manufacturing policies to meet quality standards and ensure they handle and manufacture products safely and consistently. These policies set the minimum requirements for the controls, facilities, equipment, packaging, product testing and processes. For example, in food manufacturing, employees. ADVERTISEMENTS: Product policy is concerned with defining the type, volume and timing of products a company offers for sale. The product policies are general rules set up by the management itself in making product decisions. Good product policies are the basis on which the right products are produced and marketed successfully. A product policy generally . International Marketing and Purchasing of Industrial Goods An Interaction Approach By IMP Project Group Editor: Håkan Håkansson, University of Uppsala JOHN WILEY & SONS Chichester • New York • Brisbane • Toronto • Singapore. Their products (or services) are not consumed in the High Street but are bought by other companies to help in their own output. This is the field of industrial and business-to-business marketing. This book has been written to show that branding is as appropriate for a company pressing metal pieces as it is for Pepsi Cola.
May 02, · Classification of Industrial products is necessary as it helps decision making for the organization. Industrial goods are classified on their entry levels. Overall, there are many sub parts of the major classes, and each of them has a separate role in the classification of Industrial products. Industrial Goods – Meaning, Characteristics, Types of Buyers. Most of the companies involved in the production of industrial goods raise capital by issuing shares and debentures and also by resorting to borrowing from financial institutions. 2. Complex nature of products. Industrial goods always appear to be complex in view of their. One way of categorising products is in terms of who the intended consumer or customer is. A broad distinction can be made between goods and services intended for use by individuals and households (consumer products) and and for use by other businesses (industrial products. The industrial goods sector is a category of stocks of companies who produce capital goods used in construction and manufacturing. Businesses in the industrial goods sector make and sell machinery.