Close this search box.

Consumer goods

Sometimes referred to as one of the fastest-growing industries in the world, Logistics is among the most essential for our quality of life. It connects businesses with customers, suppliers, and other stakeholders that are critical to its success.

Consumer goods are materials that have been produced for use by final consumers. Consumer goods may be tangible products such as used clothing or automobiles; services such as health care insurance or automotive repair; or intangible intellectual property such as computer software or video games.

Consumer goods are the end result of the production process, and this is usually one or a combination of durable goods, luxury goods, or happiness. Durable consumer goods refer to everyday items that last a long time. The majority fall into this category these days because there’s been an explosion in electronics and gadgetry over the past two decades. Examples include dishwashers, computers, microwaves, and TVs.

On Top