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jobber

and jobby (ˈdʒɑbɚ and ˈdʒɑbi)
1. n. a gadget. Where is the little jobber I use to tighten this?
2. n. a bowel movement. (Juvenile.) Don’t forget to jobber, Jimmy.
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Refiners also sell gasoline, branded and unbranded, at truck racks to jobbers (distributors) who own their own tanker trucks.
However, for the most part, converters don't develop fabrics specifically with jobbers in mind.
Marcus noted that jobbers have become more open to looking at wovens over the course of the previous markets.
Identify elements of each of these three building blocks that Jobbers find most appealing and least appealing
Elaine Schroder, director of sales and marketing for jobbers Robert Allen Contracting and Ametex Contracting, has compiled its Competitive Edge II line of fabrics that range from the contemporary to traditional, and includes tapestries, stripes, small-scale designs and chenilles.
For almost a century, petroleum jobbers have been a vital link in the distribution and marketing of motor fuels and other petroleum products that drives America's economy.
Fabrics in bright colors are unanimously the top category choice of jobbers.
To add value to our jobbers, we will also make colors to their specifications.
We're extremely excited about this new opportunity and are anxious to have yet another tool to grow our independent jobber business"
And at a more mid-range price point, jobbers are asking for items like overprinted cotton jacquards, which sell around $7 per yard," he said.
COO of O'Reilly, Ted Wise, said that the plans are to introduce the entire program to the jobbers within the next two weeks and "we plan to have the entire system converted by year end.
Because they deal with different customers, jobbers also have to consider fabrics for wide application.
A large number of them are reducing inventory or resorting to a two-step distribution structure, where warehouses sell directly to installers and jobbers buy directly from vendors.
Many converters and mills agree that feedback from jobbers can help them develop future collections.
pioneered the wholesale biodiesel facility in Houston, Texas mainly for petroleum jobbers and distributors in Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma.