If you own or operate a pharmacy, doctor’s office, dental office or veterinarian office, you may want to ask yourself when the last time was that you checked in on your vial supplier. The truth is, most people who work or own a medical office of any kind take for granted that they are always getting the best deal on their vials. However, you probably aren’t getting the type of deal you think you are. It can be well worth your time to do a bit of research and find out if the child resistant vials you are currently buying are worth your money.
Take a Look at Your Current Supplier
If you are like most offices or pharmacies, you have probably been using the same vial supplier for many years. It is important that you take a look at the value and quality you are getting when you order. For instance, have your customers complained that the vials are difficult to open? Do they crack or break easily? Are you interested in saving money on these supplies? Has the price continually gone up over the months and years? If you can say “yes” to any of these questions, you will probably want to make sure you are getting the best deal.
Research Some New Suppliers
Once you have taken a look at the child resistant vials you are getting from your current supplier, it is time to compare that with a new supplier. It is important that you first take a general look at a few other suppliers and see what they offer. They may offer a better selection than your current supplier and they may offer a higher quality product than your current supplier. You will want to look at things such as the unit price of each vial as well as the number of vials in a box. This is the best way for you to compare a new supplier to your current one.
Once you have taken a look at the difference between your current supplier and your chosen new suppliers, you will be able to make an intelligent decision on what supplier will be best for you. It may be your current one gives you the best value but in many cases, you will find that a new one will serve you better.
Be the first to like.