Wholesale Power Tools
Buying wholsale tools - Don’t get ripped off
Wholesale power tools mean cheaper prices, but finding good wholesale suppliers isn’t so easy. If you’re a retailer, you probably already have some wholesale supply contacts, but you’re always on the lookout for the best deals. However, it’s not just retailers who buy wholesale power tools. Regular customers are on the lookout for them too, because of the great savings they represent.
Increasing numbers of wholesale dealers are using the Internet for their business, whether in addition to their regular way of doing business, or as the first port of call for customers. Online, as in real life, the best way of finding trusted wholesale suppliers is by word of mouth and trial and error.
Unfortunately, buying wholesale power tools is sometimes a risky business. Many companies require you to make a minimum order, and this can amount to as many as a thousand power tools. If you’re buying top-of-the-range cordless drills, for example, this means a lot of initial expenditure. If you have difficulty reselling these, or if you fall victim to a scam, you lose a lot of money. Many consumers compromise by buying from a re-seller; in other words, someone who has bought direct from the manufacturer and is selling the power tools on at cheaper than retail prices. This isn’t technically wholesale, although it may be advertised as if it is. It allows you to buy smaller quantities of the tools you want, whether they’re cordless, hand powered or air-driven power tools.
To avoid the wholesale scams, always make sure you’re dealing with a registered company. A legitimate company will provide a valid postal address, as well as a working email address and telephone number. Check with the business registry of the state where the company is based that the company is actually registered there. If you’re buying brand-name wholesale tools through an intermediary, check with the original manufacturer that the company you’re dealing with really does sell those tools.