The Golgi Apparatus is often considered the transport and shipping area for the cell's chemical products. It converts proteins and lipids that have been built in the endoplasmic reticulum and prepares them for export outside of the cell on for transport to other locations in the cell.
The Golgi apparatus is responsible for manufacturing, warehousing, and shipping certain cellular products and is quite literally the delivery system of the cell. The Golgi apparatus is part of the manufacturing and supply chain of the cell.
It packages proteins and other molecules and supply chain of the cell. It packages proteins, and it sends them to their destination. The Golgi apparatus places the finishing touches on and packages proteins for secretion by the cell.