McGarvey states that distributors can assist custodial professionals with equipment selection, training and technical support, and a good rapport with a knowledgeable distributor can save service providers valuable time and money.
He notes that a qualified distribution organization can not only answer your questions about what equipment type and size is best for your specific situation, they can also offer several options from various manufacturers for your consideration to ensure a proper match with your chemical lineup
McGarvey adds that you should ask your current or potential distributor numerous questions when evaluating a supplier''s ability to meet your needs beyond simply getting the order to your loading dock.
According to McGarvey, a distributor in today''s market should be a partner — or at a minimum a consultant.
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