Jim's vast knowledge and experience as a sales leader, combined with his proven track record, has prepared him for his new role in this very important channel of trade for us," said Scott Blackwell, chief sales and marketing officer.
What does COT stand for?
COT stands for Channel of Trade
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 138 other meanings of COT in our Acronym Attic
- Central Office Terminal
- Central Office Trunk
- Certificate of Test
- Certificate of Title (legal document)
- Certificate of Transport
- Certificate of Trust (legal document)
- Certified Ophthalmic Technician
- Chain of Title (ownership claim)
- Change of Trend (finance)
- Change of Trim (International Association of Drilling Contractors)
- Chicago Opera Theater (Chicago, IL)
- Chief of Transportation (US Army, Ft Eustis, VA)
- Chronic Opioid Therapy
- Church of Thyatis (fictional, Dungeons & Dragons)
- Circle of Tyrants (gaming)
- City of Tucson (Arizona)
- Clandeboye Oldtimers (est. 1977; Canada)
- Class of Trade (marketing)
- Class of Traffic (ITU-T)
- Clerical Office Technician
Samples in periodicals archive:
The licensing agreement allows Mizkan Americas to enter a new channel of trade that includes the liquor departments of supermarkets, liquor stores and on premise consumption.
Its flexible warehousing, multiple-market infrastructure, and established transportation networks optimize cost savings, lower liabilities and increase speed to market in any channel of trade, including business-to-business, service parts, distributor network, manufacturing support, order fulfillment, and retail.
Sebastian is a concerned company trying to protect its brand and channel of trade.
Intercraft and Decorel, which became part of Newell in 1992 and 1995, respectively, are particularly strong in the mass merchant channel of trade while Holson Burnes' strength is in the department and specialty store channels of trade.