Distribution, Whatever you need when you need it.

The details of how distribution and production in T.F.R. corp will work will be a work in progress for some time. How community will evolve and change is something that can only be theorised on until time and events pass allowing the questions that arise to be answered.
In the beginning of the journey towards becoming a true resource based economy T.F.R. corp will distribute goods through retail stores and shop fronts of all kinds designed to act in a manner to both provide necessary goods to society members as well as to sell wears to those still within the financial system but as T.F.R corp grows and becomes self-sufficient the need to act in this retail fashion will become obsolete.
T.F.R corp has to supply all the goods the society members need in order to fulfil its obligations. It treats all people exactly even and has to make things readily available for all. All production is done as localised as possible as explained elsewhere and with a minimum of transport.
With today’s computer abilities creating a system to manage an even distribution of goods into necessary areas will be easy to create. Using a computer system will help to ensure the unbiased distribution of available resources. Using abundance technology and renewable resource most items will be abundantly available in all regions but there will still be a need to move certain resources and items from area to area and to ensure fair distribution of these goods. These rarer goods will be managed by computer to be available at where they are needed for even production or distribution.
When it comes to final level distribution the most effective and efficient way that T.F.R corp can achieve this with non-perishable items is to have areas designated for storage and distribution. Almost like warehouses these areas would be set up as close to local production facilities as possible and would allow for the distribution of goods from local areas as well as goods from further afield. They would be as automated as possible and staffed by new society members doing their required production hours. They would be connected to transport networks for transported goods. A society member could go to these warehouses and collect any needed item.
As with all things in T.F.R. corp these items are not ‘owned’ in the commonly understood manner and it would be the responsibility of members to return these items if viable for recycling or reuse.
It is important to remember here that in T.F.R corp the reason we make and use things changes dramatically. No longer design things to break or be used and thrown away. No longer do we collect things for status symbols. We are no longer surrounded by advertising encouraging us to buy this useless thing or that. We live in homes that have been set up with everything we could need in our day to day lives that are serviced replacing or repairing any damaged or dead equipment. We have access to areas set up with entertainment facilities and workshops all serviced to the highest level. The amount of items that T.F.R. corp society actually needs to or desires to be able to collect as individuals reduces dramatically and so too does our overall need to produce.