What does product line mean?

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. line, product line, line of products, line of merchandise, business line, line of businessnoun

    a particular kind of product or merchandise

    "a nice line of shoes"


  1. product line

    A product line is a group of related products under a single brand, sold by the same company. These products are usually closely related in terms of their usage, function, target market, price range, or distribution channels. Companies often create product lines to leverage brand reputation, achieve economies of scale, or meet diverse customer needs. Examples can include a clothing brand's line of winter coats or a tech company's range of smartphones.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of product line in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of product line in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of product line in a Sentence

  1. Steve Oakland:

    This year, we will invest further in the product line to improve trends, including lower pricing and new packaging that will leverage the iconic Folgers red can brand equity.

  2. Kim Forrest:

    You have to look company by company and product line by product line because there are some things for which there is no substitute, it's the cool factor for Harley Davidson.

  3. David Walsh:

    This is where we think the future of the company lies, this project is going to be our fastest-growing product line.

  4. Jonathan Lewis:

    It's a dynamic analysis, right? There's a lot going on here. There's a lot that can happen and it (the antitrust review) really is market by market, geography by geography, product line by product line.

  5. Chris Richter:

    Every automaker is going to have to do whatever they can to preserve fixed costs to try and contain the situation, for Nissan in particular this doesn't come at a good time because it's trying to recover from some bad financials, and it has an old product line up and needs to invest in new product technology.


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