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Achieving superiority in every sphere

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The institutional buyer of cleaning chemicals comes with a list of specific requirements, and is faced with a surfeit of choices. How should one assess the available options? What are mistakes one should avoid making? What decisions should be made to position oneself as ahead of the times? Here is a guide from Buzil Rossari Pvt Ltd.

While choosing institutional cleaning chemicals, the main considerations are:

  • Product performance: Do more with little
  • Safe ingredients: Products you believe in
  • Better quality: Brands consumers trust
  • Pocket-friendly: Aiming for cost benefit

Cost vs benefit

Since one is investing valuable resources, purchases should ideally be supported by extensive research. Businesses usually have predetermined budgets for all expenses, including cleaning products. No company wants to spend excessively only on cleaning products. However, it does not make much sense to spend money on subpar products that are less expensive but ineffective. Ideally, an institution should search for cleaning company partners that provide the highest value at the most affordable prices. If you must, get expensive products, but make sure they produce top-notch outcomes.

Sustainable choices

Some cleaning products are environment-friendly, but most are not. As a result, an institution may find them a little expensive. However, going green may be worthwhile, particularly if institutions are seeking to contribute to environmental conservation as an organisation. Additionally, it will create an image that the institution cares about the environment. Some customers may opt to work with such an institution solely because of the shared belief in and commitment towards the environment.

Domestic vs commercial

One of the biggest mistakes businesses make is treating all cleaning products equally. When selecting cleaning products for a business, keep in mind that there are options for both domestic and commercial use. Always choose an industrial or commercial alternative. Commercial cleaning products are far more powerful and made specifically for disinfecting hard surfaces. Some are also approved, particularly for use in food processing, while others are developed for use in healthcare institutions. Choose a commercial product that meets the needs of your industry best.

At Buzil Rossari Pvt Ltd, our core focus is on R3 i.e. Revisit – Realign – Reinforce.

Revisit

Buyers’ perspective would be on the value creation, where they focus on cost of ownership. Operating costs can be optimised by sharing the challenges faced.

Realign

Bottom-to-top approach will bring alignment in the actual requirement of Capex and Opex. Buyers will focus on leasing and per square feet cost optimisation, and look for a single-window solution provider.

Reinforce

Best quality with quantity assurance, solutions with a new age approach, high end technology with sustainability, available and accessible with high expertise.

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