Quality assurance is an important element to any business. It is de rigueur with the ingredients or components used in making your products but is often overlooked when it comes to purchasing products that you use at your factory. Yet giving your employees the best tools to work with is a proven path to productivity gains. Quality assurance is a vital part of every industrial purchase.
Who are you buying from? Are they the actual manufacturer? Verifying a company includes ascertaining where it obtains its material and how it manufacturers the product. Does it meet the appropriate Australian standards and is there documentation to confirm this? Quality assurance removes undesirable sellers that may not provide a consistent level of quality. Industrial Clearance verifies it’s sellers through an on boarding process to ensure only the highest quality products are sold through their marketplace.
Working with a supplier who is a household name or a leader in their product segment usually ensures you get a quality product. You don’t get to be a trusted brand if the quality of the product is poor. Working with quality brands ensures that you are giving your staff the best products on the market to work with so they can work safely and perform at their best.
Working with trusted brands also means you are protected by warranty should there be any issues or faults with the products. But go a step further and find out exactly what the process will be in the event of a warranty claim. Will the goods be replaced or repaired. How quickly will you bear any of the costs associated with the process? What about downtime, you don’t want your staff waiting for a replacement to arrive.
Price is often thought to be the most important factor in the procurement cycle. But it is really about value. Getting the right product at a great price is always the goal. While offering clients the best prices on discontinued, obsolete or overstocks Industrial Clearance also ensures that the quality of goods being offered maximising that value. You can buy something “cheap” but if the quality is not there then it usually ends up costing more in repairs or replacement.
You’re buying new stock not factory seconds so you want it to arrive in pristine condition. Working with Australian owned companies keeps money spent locally while reducing the overhead costs of importing products and services from international destinations. Because Industrial Clearance is not an auction house it means that goods are transported directly from the manufacturer or supplier which both minimises freight costs and reduces any potential transit damage to stock.
Working with Industrial Clearance means you can expect a high level of quality throughout the procurement process. From working with verified sellers with trusted brands, offering quality products at the best prices while minimising transport, damage and costs means you can expect high quality without the hassle.