"At the time of delivery of the product, the seller's full name, address and telephone number should be made available to the consumer."
Is it possible to put "the" before "delivery" in the above sentence? Does it change the meaning of the sentence? Can I understand that "the time of delivery" almost sounds like "one word" and that's the reason "the" is missing before "delivery"?
Countable: We get two deliveries of mail (= it is delivered twice) a day.
Or Our services include residential deliveries.
Uncountable: You pay for the goods on delivery
Or We make payment at the time of delivery (= when it is delivered or handed over).
In the example it is uncountable, so should not be followed by an article.